The Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics

Online ISBN: 9781405198431

DOI: 10.1002/9781405198431

Editor(s): Carol A. Chapelle, Iowa State University, USA

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  1. Canada's Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages
  2. Canagarajah, A. Suresh
  3. Candlin, Christopher N.
  4. Carroll, John B.
  5. Case Study
  6. Conversation Analysis and Laughter
  7. Catford, J. C.
  8. Cenoz, Jasone
  9. Central Institute of Indian Languages
  10. Chaos/Complexity Theory for Second Language Acquisition
  11. Chapelle, Carol A.
  12. Child Pragmatic Development
  13. Christian, Donna
  14. Citizenship Education
  15. Clark, John L. D.
  16. Classroom Discourse
  17. Classroom Research
  18. Classroom Research in Second Language Acquisition
  19. Classroom Research on Pragmatics
  20. Cluster Analysis
  21. Clyne, Michael
  22. COBUILD Project
  23. Code Mixing
  24. Code Switching
  25. Code-Switching Pragmatics
  26. Cognates
  27. Cognitive Approaches to Communication Strategies
  28. You have free access to this content
    Cognitive Approaches to Translation
  29. Cognitive Constructivism
  30. Cognitive Grammar
  31. Cognitive Linguistics of Second Language Acquisition
  32. Cognitive Models of Interaction
  33. Cognitive Second Language Acquisition: Overview
  34. Cognitive Second Language Acquisition: Quantitative Methods
  35. Cohen, Andrew D.
  36. Collaborative Language Learning
  37. Collocation
  38. Colonialism and Language Policy and Planning
  39. Commercial Translation
  40. Common European Framework of Reference
  41. Communicative Grammar and Communicative Competence
  42. Community Interpreting
  43. Comparative Phonetics and Phonology
  44. Comparing Groups With Multiple Dependent Variables
  45. Comparing Groups With Multiple Independent Variables
  46. Comparing Two Independent Groups
  47. Comparing Two Related Samples
  48. Comparing Two+ Independent Groups
  49. Comparing Two+ Related Samples
  50. Competition Model
  51. Complementation
  52. Complexity in Multilingual Systems
  53. Compound Words
  54. Computer Scoring of Spoken Responses
  55. Computer-Assisted Language Learning and Machine Translation
  56. Computer-Assisted Language Learning Effectiveness Research
  57. Computer-Assisted Pronunciation Teaching
  58. Computer-Assisted Qualitative Data Analysis Software (CAQDAS)
  59. Computer-Assisted Translation
  60. Computer-Assisted Vocabulary Load Analysis
  61. Computer-Mediated Communication and Second Language Development
  62. Computer-Mediated Communication and Second Language Use
  63. Conceptualizing and Researching “New Literacies”
  64. Concordancing
  65. Conference Interpreting
  66. Connectionism
  67. Connectives
  68. Construction Grammar
  69. Content and Language Integrated Learning
  70. Content-Based Instruction in English for Specific Purposes
  71. Content-Based Language Instruction
  72. Context in the Analysis of Discourse and Interaction
  73. Conventional Methods for Assessing Vocabulary
  74. Conversation Analysis and Affiliation and Alignment
  75. Conversation Analysis and Child Language Acquisition
  76. Conversation Analysis and Classroom Interaction
  77. Conversation Analysis and Cockpit Communication
  78. Conversation Analysis and Communication Disorders
  79. Conversation Analysis and Design
  80. Conversation Analysis and Dyads, Triads, and More
  81. Conversation Analysis and Education
  82. Conversation Analysis and Emergency Calls
  83. Conversation Analysis and Emotion and Cognition in Interaction
  84. Conversation Analysis and Ethnomethodology
  85. Conversation Analysis and Gender and Sexuality
  86. Conversation Analysis and Identity in Interaction
  87. Conversation Analysis and Institutional Interaction
  88. Conversation Analysis and Interaction in Standardized Survey Interviews
  89. Conversation Analysis and Interactional Linguistics
  90. Conversation Analysis and Interview Studies
  91. Conversation Analysis and Language Acquisition
  92. Conversation Analysis and Learning in Interaction
  93. Conversation Analysis and Lingua Franca
  94. Conversation Analysis and Meetings
  95. Conversation Analysis and Membership Categories
  96. Conversation Analysis and Multimodality
  97. Conversation Analysis and Other-Initiated Repair
  98. Conversation Analysis and Prosody
  99. Conversation Analysis and Recipient Behavior
  100. Conversation Analysis and Repair Organization: Overview
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