Created in November of 1989, Issues in Applied Linguistics is a refereed journal managed, edited and published by graduate students of the UCLA Department of Applied Linguistics. The journal is published twice yearly and has established international distribution and a solid reputation in the field of Applied Linguistics.
Our aim is to publish outstanding research from students, faculty, and independent researchers in the broad areas of discourse analysis, sociolinguistics, language acquisition, language analysis, language assessment, language education, language use, and research methodology. We are particularly interested in publishing new departures and cross-disciplinary endeavors in the field of applied linguistics.
Volume 4, Issue 1, 1993
Review of the article Immigrant Languages of Europe an article that was edited by Guus Extra and Ludo Verhoeven. Published in Multilingual Matters, Ltd. 1993. Page 326.
Review of: Focus on the Language Classroom: An Introduction to Classroom Research for Language Teachers