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Title: Applied linguistics
Author: Fredrik Karlsson
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Homepage: http://www.ling.umu.se/staff/person_eng.html?fredrik.karlsson
Institution: Umeå University
Author: William Littlewood
Institution: Hong Kong Institute of Education
Linguistic Field: Applied Linguistics
Abstract: 07–502 Ammon, Ulrich (U Duisburg-Essen, Germany; ), Language conflicts in the European Union: On finding a politically acceptable and practicable solution for EU institutions that satisfies diverging interests. International Journal of Applied Linguistics (Blackwell) 16.3 (2006), 319–338.


07–503 Bagger Nissen, Henriette & Birgit Henriksen (U Copenhagen, Denmark; ), Word class influence on word association test results. International Journal of Applied Linguistics (Blackwell) 16.3 (2006), 389–408.


07–504 Brizić, Katharina (U Vienna, Austria; ), The secret life of languages. Origin-specific differences in L1/L2 acquisition by immigrant children. International Journal of Applied Linguistics (Blackwell) 16.3 (2006), 339–362.


07–505 Kenning, Marie-Madeleine (U East Anglia, UK; ), Evolving concepts and moving targets: Communicative competence and the mediation of communication. International Journal of Applied Linguistics (Blackwell) 16.3 (2006), 363–388.


07–506 Riley, Philip (U Nancy 2, France; ), Self-expression and the negotiation of identity in a foreign language. International Journal of Applied Linguistics (Blackwell) 16.3 (2006), 295–318.


07–507 Truscott, John (National Tsing Hua U, China; ), Optionality in second language acquisition: A generative, processing-oriented account. International Review of Applied Linguistics in Language Teaching (Walter de Gruyter) 44.4 (2006), 311–330.


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