The Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics is a ground-breaking resource, spanning the entire field. Truly international in scope, it brings together contributions from the worldâs most respected scholars in applied linguistics.Available online or as a 10-volume print set, this comprehensive print and electronic resource provides an overview of all the key areas in applied linguistics, from language learning and language policy, to qualitative methods in applied linguistics, and technology and language. Comprising over 3.5 million words, across 1,200 entries, it spans key developments and ideas in applied linguistics, historic and emerging areas of research, and includes 250 biographies of prominent figures who have helped shaped this diverse, and ever-growing field.
FĂ¶rfattare: Jonas Lindh
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