Volume 12 (2024)
Volume 11 (2023)
Volume 10 (2022)
Volume 9 (2021)
Volume 8 (2020)
Volume 7 (2019)
Volume 6 (2018)
Volume 5 (2017)
Volume 4 (2016)
Volume 3 (2015)
Volume 2 (2014)
Volume 1 (2013)
Prerequisites for Defining Linguistic Reflection

Assel Toktanova; Assima Nussupova; Shara Kyyakhmetova; Aigul Imatayeva; Mamilya Jakypbekova

Volume 9, 2 (Themed Issue on Modern Realities of National Languages of CIS Countries) , August 2021, , Pages 180-188

  Human activity can be manifested in linguistic reflection that makes it possible to recognize the individual linguistic arguments and the structure of the language. It is also an instrument for the formation of individual’s linguistic etiquette depending on the person’s consideration of the ...  Read More

The Discursive Construction of Ethnic Identities: The Case of Greek-Cypriot Students

Marianna Kyriakou

Volume 6, Issue 1 , March 2018, , Pages 73-85

  This study examines how Greek-Cypriot students aged 12 to 18, an understudied group of students, construct their ethnic identity in a complex setting such as Cyprus and what motivates the students in the selection of ethnic identity labels. The choice to focus on students aged 12-18 was made on the hypothesis ...  Read More

Perception of Nonnative Accent: A Cross-Sectional Perspective Pilot Survey

Rahul Chakraborty; Amy Louise Schwarz; Prasiddh Chakraborty

Volume 5, Issue 2 , September 2017, , Pages 26-36

  Accent bias is a consequence of ethnocentrism. No studies have examined accent bias across educational levels in the U.S., much less across students and professionals in speech language pathology (SLP), a field that requires multicultural sensitivity training. This study examines nonnative accent perception ...  Read More

Impoliteness: The Ghanaian Standpoint

Rachel Thompson; Kofi Agyekum

Volume 4, 1 (Special Issue on African Cultures and Languages) , March 2016, , Pages 20-33

  This paper highlights the folk perception of impoliteness among Ghanaians in view of Watts’ (2003) notion of first order impoliteness. The study showed that impoliteness is not just an opposite of politeness, but the manifestation of non-cooperation, disapproval, and mutual antipathy through certain ...  Read More

An Investigation of the Linguistic, Paralinguistic and Sociocultural Effects of Input on the Perception and Translation of Gerunds by Persian Speakers of English

Seyyed Ahmad Mousavi; Ali Akbar Farahani; Saleh Arizavi

Volume 2, Issue 1 , March 2014, , Pages 119-130

  In this study, it was intended to investigate the Persian native speakers’ perception of gerunds by three different elicitation techniques i.e., written, audio, and pictorial through translation. Eighty intermediate learners of English were asked to select Persian translation of the gerund formsin ...  Read More