AILA Review

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Ee-Ling Low | National Institute of Education, Singapore | eeling.low at nie.edu.sg

AILA Review is the official journal of AILA, the International Association of Applied Linguistics. It is Scopus-indexed and addresses cutting-edge topics such as inter- and transdisciplinary issues in Applied Linguistics. Founded in 1989, AILA Review has always been an excellent publication platform for peer-reviewed contributions addressing socially relevant problems in which language learning, research, and practice play a key role.

Up to Volume 16, the journal was published by AILA itself. From Volume 16 onwards, AILA Review has been published by John Benjamins.

All articles are published under the Creative Commons license CC BY.

From Volume 34 onwards, AILA Review is published in two issues per volume: an open issue based on articles by scholars responding to open calls – and a special issue guest-edited by AILA Research Networks. AILA Review will be freely accessible to members of AILA.

AILA Review publishes its articles Online First.

ISSN: 1461-0213 | E-ISSN: 1570-5595
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https://doi.org/10.1075/aila
Latest articles

13 June 2024

  • Analysing the explicit and implicit semantic structure of the Iljas Esenberlin novel trilogy “Nomads”
    Assel Baikadamova Aigul Bizhkenova
  • Processing and appreciation of literary metaphors in English as a foreign language : An eye-tracking study
    Monika Płużyczka , Ainur Kakimova Akshay Mendhakar
  • Unraveling the psychological impact of spatial cybertext environments on speech intent : Insights from social media platforms
    R Kunjana Rahardi , Wahyudi Rahmat , Refa Lina Tiawati Yuliana Setyaningsih
  • ASR-based system for promoting pronunciation : Promoting collaborative approach for higher education ELF learners
    Sariani Sariani , Mutia El Khairat , Welsi Haslina Baety Baetty
  • Chinese Russian language teachers’ agency in response to the New Liberal Arts policy : An ecological perspective
    Yuan Tao Lei Cai
  • 10 June 2024

  • Defining migrants : Invisibilities, im/mobilities, integration
    Lisa Lim | AILA 37:1 (2024) pp. 10–34
  • Multilingualism and mobility in the twenty-first century : An agenda for migration linguistics
    Ariane Macalinga Borlongan Lisa Lim | AILA 37:1 (2024) pp. 1–9
  • 7 June 2024

  • Crip translingualism : Boundary negotiations in (im)mobility
    Suresh Canagarajah | AILA 37:1 (2024) pp. 54–78
  • Multilingual mindset : A necessary concept for fostering inclusive multilingualism in migrant societies
    Loy Lising | AILA 37:1 (2024) pp. 35–53
  • 6 June 2024

  • Language varieties and labor mobilities : Englishes in transnational work
    Ariane Macalinga Borlongan Ron Bridget Vilog | AILA 37:1 (2024) pp. 79–97
  • Chinglish as border languaging
    Qian Du Jerry Won Lee | AILA 37:1 (2024) pp. 137–155
  • 4 June 2024

  • Representation of migrant accents in media discourse : A corpus-assisted critical discourse analysis
    Remart Padua Dumlao Louisa Willoughby | AILA 37:1 (2024) p. 98
  • Rethinking researcher-participant roles : Ethics of care and collaboration in the migration linguistics of precarious migrants
    Nicanor Legarte Guinto , Brian D. Villaverde , Amiel Jansen Demetrial Aurelio Teodoro Maguyon III | AILA 37:1 (2024) pp. 156–176
  • English in the internationalization of higher education and international student mobility
    Kenichiro Kurusu , Chisato Oda , Mikhail Alic C. Go , Di Wu , Kevin Brandon Saure Sakshi Narang | AILA 37:1 (2024) pp. 120–136
  • 15 February 2024

  • Discourse analysis of male and female representatives of selected countries at the United Nations general debates
    Abdulaziz Alshahrani | AILA 36:2 (2023) pp. 163–193
  • Exploring teachers’ perspectives on the implementation of a translanguaging pedagogy in two superdiverse Viennese classrooms
    Lena Cataldo-Schwarzl | AILA 36:2 (2023) pp. 194–210
  • Tonal intelligibility within a paragraph : Analyzing Polish Mandarin learners’ tone production
    Man-Ni Chu , Ewa Zajdler Hui-Wen Lin | AILA 36:2 (2023) pp. 211–230
  • Permanent or temporary homes? Investigating the discourses of lifestyle migration, lifestyle mobilities and multilingualism within a Norwegian context
    Kellie Gonçalves Kristin Vold Lexander | AILA 36:2 (2023) pp. 299–320
  • Teaching lexical collocations to enhance speaking proficiency of college English majors in Taiwan
    Jeng-yih Tim Hsu Su-han Cheng | AILA 36:2 (2023) pp. 231–268
  • Pedagogical construction grammar : The case of collocations and collostructions in foreign language instruction
    Maryam Pakzadian | AILA 36:2 (2023) pp. 135–162
  • Two millennia of language policies in China : Retrospect and prospect
    Jie Zeng Yanling Zhao | AILA 36:2 (2023) pp. 269–298
  • 24 July 2023

  • Migration linguistics : A synopsis
    Ariane Macalinga Borlongan | AILA 36:1 (2023) pp. 38–63
  • Teaching during COVID-19 : Social justice and Spanish heritage language learners
    Clara Burgo | AILA 36:1 (2023) pp. 1–13
  • Addressing race in English language teaching
    Erika de Freitas Coachman Izabelle da Silva Fernandes | AILA 36:1 (2023) pp. 64–90
  • Developing L2 listening comprehension through extensive and intensive listening
    Omar Karlin Sayaka Karlin | AILA 36:1 (2023) p. 91
  • The development of EFL students’ speech fluency : A phase transition investigation based on a complex dynamic systems perspective
    Dony Marzuki | AILA 36:1 (2023) pp. 112–133
  • EFL teachers’ awareness of dyslexia : The case of Iranian context
    Musa Nushi Mitra Eshraghi | AILA 36:1 (2023) pp. 14–37
  • 30 June 2023

  • Promoting equitable literacy expectations in CLIL : Empowering student teachers’ attitude shifts through Reading to Learn in service-learning
    Aoife K. Ahern Katherine S. Smith | AILA 35:2 (2022) pp. 297–320
  • Ethnic equity, Mapudungun, and CLIL : A case study from southern Argentina
    Darío Luis Banegas | AILA 35:2 (2022) pp. 275–296
  • Addressing social equity by making explicit the implicit value systems within content and language learning : A pedagogical framework for culture within CLIL
    Russell Cross | AILA 35:2 (2022) pp. 180–202
  • Inclusive CLIL : Pre-vocational pupils’ target language oral proficiency, fluency, and Willingness to Communicate
    Jenny Denman , Erik van Schooten Rick de Graaff | AILA 35:2 (2022) pp. 321–350
  • (In)equity in CLIL programs? Classroom interaction and the development of higher order thinking skills across bilingual strands
    Natalia Evnitskaya Ana Llinares | AILA 35:2 (2022) pp. 227–249
  • A tale of two cities : The ideological debate on equity in bilingual schooling
    Adrián Granados Francisco Lorenzo | AILA 35:2 (2022) pp. 203–226
  • Language testing and the role of CLIL exposure in constructing student profiles : Stakeholders’ views on streaming in the transition from primary to secondary education
    Elisa Hidalgo-McCabe | AILA 35:2 (2022) pp. 250–274
  • Afterword : Dedicated to making all learners matter
    Do Coyle | AILA 35:2 (2022) pp. 351–358
  • New challenges for CLIL research : Identifying (in)equity issues
    Ana Llinares Russell Cross | AILA 35:2 (2022) pp. 169–179
  • Volumes and issuesOnline-first articles

    Volume 37 (2024)

    Volume 36 (2023)

    Volume 35 (2022)

    Volume 34 (2021)

    Volume 33 (2020) Linguistic Recycling

    Volume 32 (2019) Policy and practice in early language learning

    Volume 31 (2018) Transdisciplinarity in Applied Linguistics

    Volume 30 (2017) Meaning Making in the Periphery

    Volume 29 (2016) Reflexivity in Late Modernity

    Volume 28 (2015) Theory in Applied Linguistics Research

    Volume 27 (2014) Research methods and approaches in Applied Linguistics

    Volume 26 (2013) Applications in Applied Linguistics

    Volume 25 (2012) Integrating Content and Language in Higher Education

    Volume 24 (2011) Applied Folk Linguistics

    Volume 23 (2010) Applied Cognitive Linguistics in Second Language Learning and Teaching

    Volume 22 (2009) Multilingual, Globalizing Asia

    Volume 21 (2008) Multilingualism and Minority Languages

    Volume 20 (2007) Linguistic inequality in scientific communication today

    Volume 19 (2006) Themes in SLA Research

    Volume 18 (2005) Applied Linguistics in Latin America

    Volume 17 (2004) World Applied Linguistics

    Volume 16 (2003) Africa and Applied Linguistics

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    Editorial Board
    Markus Bieswanger | University of Bayreuth
    Masaki Oda | Tamagawa University
    Andrea Sterzuk | University of Regina
    ORCID logoLawrence Jun Zhang | University of Auckland
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    Subjects

    Linguistics

    Applied linguistics

    Main BISAC Subject

    LAN009000: LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General