PAAL Journal

The Journal of PAAL welcomes contributions written in English on applied linguistics and related interdisciplinary fields. Manuscripts first undergo a preliminary review. If topic and scope are deemed appropriate, they are then sent out for blind review to three readers selected from the General Editorial Board.See submission guideline in detail.

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Contributions are accepted in the form of regular papers, including theoretical discussions, case study reports, observational or experimental studies, replies, and review articles, as well as correspondence. The PAAL Journal is published biannually and indexed in LLBA (Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts), ERIC (Education Resources Information Center), and KISS (Korean Studies Information Service System).

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Some Random Thoughts on Teaching English in Korea
Chin-Man Kim (SungKongHoe University) 1
How Cultural Differences Influence Conference Speech Style? With Special Reference to Japanese and Korean Speakers of English
Michiko Nakano (Waseda University), Kyung-Ja Park (Korea University) 14
Understanding and Application of Performance Assessment
Byung-Bin Im (Kongju Nat'l University) 41
Curriculum Development for Open English Education
Hyun-Jin Kim (Korea Nazarene University) 73
Markedness and Learning Principles in SLA: Centering on Acquisition of Relative Clauses
Hye-Sook Park (Kunsan Nat'l University) 87
The Scope Interaction between a Wh-Phrase and a Quantifier Phrase in the Acquisition of Wh-Questions by Korean Learners of English
Seong-Chan Kim (SungKongHoe University) 115
Hasim Azirah (University of Malaya) 127
Incorporating the Affective Variables into Second and Foreign Language Curricula Design Theoretical and Practical Considerations
Young-Joo Bang (Korea University) 153
Chain Shift in Second Language Phonological Acquisition
Shin-Sook Lee (Hoseo University) 175
A Study on Expressions of Gratitude in Japanese and American English
Motohiro Nakai (Waseda University), Yoshiko Watanabe (Japan Society New York University) 200
Non-Native Speakers' Performance of Apology and Complements
Kyung-Ja Park (Korea University), Bok-Myung Chang (Namseoul University), Jae-kun Lee (Korea Institute of Curriculum & Evaluation), In-Sung Ko (Korea University) 217
An Analytic Study on Communicative Language Activities in Middle School English Textbooks in Korea
Bok-Myung Chang (Namseoul University) 231
Journal of Pan-Pacific Association of Applied Linguistics Vol. 4(1)
1. Gender, Age, and Opposition in Dramatic Discourse
Arisa Kochiyama (Waseda University) 258
2. A Study of EFL Discourse Using Corpora: An Analysis of Discourse Completion Tasks
Nakano, M., Miyasaka, N., and Yamazaki, T. (Waseda University) 273
3. Teaching English through Drama
Hyunok Song (Korea University) 298
4. Educational Efficacy of Weekly Movie Class
Taehee Choi (Seoul Kuryong Middle School) 306
5. Contrastive rhetorical study on Korean and English research paper introductions
Sun Lee (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) 316
6. The Effects of Test Taker Characteristics on the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign English Placement test
Sungwoo Kang (Korea University) 337
7. A Study on the English vowel lengths between sentence-initial and sentence-final position
Heesuk Park (Namseoul University) 354
8. A Study on NNS's Conference Questions and Answers
Kyung-Ja Park* and Michiko Nakano (Korea University* and Waseda University) 364
Journal of Pan-Pacific Association of Applied Linguistics Vol. 4(2)
1. Unmarkedness and Variability in English Loanwords
Youngjae Lee, Hyunkwan Cho (Korea University and Chungnam National University) 1
2. A Synthesis Approach to Improve EFL Communicative Proficiency: Through Institutional Teacher Training and Reflective Self-training
Byung-Bin Im (Kongju National University) 11
3. Language Learning Strategies, Learning Styles and Beliefs about Language Learning of Korean University Students
Hyun Jin Km (Korea Nazarene University) 31
4. How Much Do Adult L2 Learners Contract and in What Way?
Soo-Ok Kweon (Kyungpook National University) 47
5. A Linguistic Approach to the Study of Language Acquisition
William O'Grady (University of Hawaii) 57
6. What Strategy Do Less Proficient Learners Employ in Listening Comprehension? : A Reappraisal of Bottom-up and Top-down Processing
Nobuko Osada (Waseda University) 73
7. The Effects of L2 Linguistic Competence on L2 Reading
Hyesook Park (Kunsan Nat'l University) 9
8. Tourism English Teaching Techniques Converged from Two Different Angles
Myeong-Hee Seong (Seoul Health College) 105
9. Pragmatics as a Core in In-Service Teacher Training Programs
Jaesuk Suh (Korean National University of Cultural Heritage) 119
Jaesuk Suh (Korean National University of Cultural Heritage) 119
Yong-eun Lee (Sungshin Women's University) 137
11. Interlanguage Pragmatic Features of Japanese and Korean Learners of English
Kyung-Ja and Michiko Nakano (Korea University and Waseda University) 153
Journal of Pan-Pacific Association of Applied Linguistics Vol. 5(1)
Scrambling and Antecedent Contained Deletion
Jai-Hyung Cho (Ajou University) 175
Remarks on Korean Speakers' Realization of English Intonation: Focusing on Declarative Sentences
Jong Shil Kim, Sung-Hee Kim (Inje University) 187
Language-Oriented Teaching of English Poetry
Byung-Eun Cho (SungKongHoe University) 209
Electronic Literacies and TESOL Graduate Students from Korea: New Channels for Navigating Cultures of Learning
Ellen Skilton-Sylvester (Temple University) 221
The Status of 'Be' in Developing Learner Language
Hye-ryeong Hahn (Seoul National University) 241
The Effects of Different Types of Instruction: Focus-on-Form Study
Jayeon Lim (University of Oregon) 253
An Analysis of Japanese Nearly Synonymous Adverbs: The Case of Totemo, Taihen, and Hizyoo(-ni) Eiko
Torii-Williams (Wellesley College) 267
A Korean Consonant-Tone Transfer in L2 (English) Acquisition
Mi-Ryoung Kim, Kyung-Ja Park (Korea University) 279
Politeness: The Korean Discourse Marker ceki
Jung-ran Park (University of Hawaii and Indiana State University) 297
Culture-loaded Expressions in Korean EFL Students' Compositions
Yongjae Paul Choe (Dongguk University) 321
The Falsifiability of UG Theory and Native Korean Speakers' Initial Brain States in English Syntactic Properties
Jong-Hee Lee (Kongju National University) 335
The Influence of L1 and the Lexicon of Proficient Adult L2 Users: In Analysis of English Textbooks in Korea
Daria Soon-Young Suk and Yae-Sheik Lee (Kyungpook National University) 351
Journal of Pan-Pacific Association of Applied Linguistics Vol. 5(2)
Issues in the Psycholinguistic Investigation of the Language Faculty: Input and Cognition
William O'Grady, Sunyoung Lee (University of Hawaii at Manoa) 1
The Development of English Educational Materials based on the 7th National Curriculum of Korea
Bok-Myung Chang (Namseoul University) 15
The Malaysian English Language Competency Dilemma: Recovering Lost Grounds through MUET
Swee Heng Chan, Bee Eng Wong (University Putra Malaysia) 31
The Native Speaker of World Englishes
Alan Davies (University of Edinburgh) 43
Acquisition of English Relative Clauses by Malay Speakers
Bee Eng Wong (University Putra Malaysia) 61
Intonational Differences according to the Meanings of Yes/no questions - focusing on genuine and confirmation yes/no questions
Myeong-Hee Seong (Seoul Health College), Hwa-Young Kim, Kee-Ho Kim, Kyung-Ja Park (Korea University) 79
An Analysis of Japanese Nearly Synonymous Adverbs: Betu vs. Hoka Eiko
Torii-Williams (Wellesley College) 93
Koreans Learning English in Two Contrasting Situations: EFL in Korea and ESL in Delhi
Mi Yang Cha (Namseoul University) 103
Journal of Pan-Pacific Association of Applied Linguistics(2002) Vol. 6(1)
Learning Speech Acts in English: An Investigation of Requests Made by Japanese Learners of English
Tae Yamazaki 123
A Comparison of Three Learning Strategies for Korean EFL Learners' Vocabulary Comprehension
Cheong-sook Chin 139
Writing in a Foreign Language: A Writing Problem or a Language Problem?
Mohammad Aliakbari 157
Integrating Culture into the EFL Classroom Using the Web
Hye-Ryun Kim 169
The Interrelationship between Language and Culture
Hsiu-Chen Chang 183
Prosodic Phrasing and Interlanguage Intonation of English by Korean Speakers
Jong-Shil Kim 199
A Study of Korean EFL Learners' Apology Speech Acts: Strategy and Pragmatic Transfer Influenced by Sociolinguistic Variations
Tae-Kyoung Yang 225
Journal of Pan-Pacific Association of Applied Linguistics(2002) Vol. 6(2)
Assessing L2 Narrative Competence from a Processing Perspective
Steve Chiang 1
A Study on the Effects of Socioaffective Strategies on Reading Comprehension
Kyunghee Choi 13
A Comparison of Dyadic Disputes among Japanese Single-Sex and Cross-Sex Friends
Arisa Kochiyama 37
A Study on Interactions between Nonnative Speakers with Different L1s
Kyung-Ja Park, Michiko Nakano, Sunghye Kim 59
Analysis of Pause Occurrence in Three Kinds of Modified Speech: Public Address, Caretaker Talk, and Foreigner Talk
Nobuko Osada 77
Issues in Adolescent EFL Conversation Textbook Development: Communicative Competence through Cultural Awareness
Kang-Young Lee 125
Rethinking the let alone Construction: What Are Its Construction-Specific Characteristics?
Osamu Sawada 135
Similarity, Familiarity, and Preference for the Metaphor Form
Ki-Soo Kim 153
Journal of Pan-Pacific Association of Applied Linguistics(2003) Vol. 7(1)
Vol. 7(2)
Journal of Pan-Pacific Association of Applied Linguistics(2003)
Vol. 8(1)
Journal of Pan-Pacific Association of Applied Linguistics(2004)
Vol. 8(2)
Journal of Pan-Pacific Association of Applied Linguistics(2005)