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Southern African Linguistics and Applied Language Studies

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Southern African Linguistics and Applied Language Studies publishes articles on a wide range of linguistic topics and acts as a forum for research into ALL the languages of southern Africa, including English and Afrikaans. Original contributions are welcomed on any of the core areas of linguistics, both theoretical (e.g. syntax, phonology, semantics) and applied (e.g. sociolinguistic topics, language teaching, language policy). Review articles, short research reports and book reviews are also welcomed. Articles in languages other than English are accompanied by an extended English summary.

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Vol 37, No 1 (2019)

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Articles

Rhetoric-specific features of interactive metadiscourse in introduction moves: A case of discipline awareness EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Hadi Kashiha, Susan Marandi 1-14
Stepping beyond linguistic boundaries in multilingual Science education: Lecturer’s perceptions of the use of translanguaging EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Vimbai Mbirimi-Hungwe 15-26
To what extent can CLIL learners’ oral competence outcomes be explained by contextual differences? Updated empirical evidence from Spain EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Juan de Dios Martínez-Agudo 27-40
Reverse contrastive rhetoric in expository writing: Transfer and power relations at work EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Amin Zaini, Sue Ollerhead 41-61
Multilingual and multimodal mediation in one university module: The people and processes involved EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Charlyn Dyers, Bassey E. Antia 62-76
Investigating discourse markers in the annexes of the International Civil Aviation Organization EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Sahar Farouq Altikriti 77-90


ISSN: 1727-9461
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