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Title: Call for papers
Author: Daniel Nettle
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Institution: Newcastle University
Linguistic Field: Applied Linguistics
Abstract: From 2008, a new section of the journal will be dedicated to academic studies which use a replication approach. We invite submissions of previously unpublished articles based on LITERAL, APPROXIMATE OR CONSTRUCTIVE REPLICATION OF A PREVIOUS STUDY OR STUDIES of an aspect of L2 education. In keeping with the survey characteristics of Language Teaching, we also encourage submissions of META-ANALYSES which attempt to combine or synthesise a series of comparable research replications.

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