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                      UK Theses


      Compiled to assist graduate students in their research work using the Exeter library catalogue UK Theses

      Dr. Muftah Lataiwish   lataiwish@garyounis.edu

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Linguistics

Carr, P. Instrumentalism, realism and the object of inquiry in theoretical linguistics

2: Rastall, P.R. Linguistic meta-theory: the formal and empirical conditions of acceptability of linguistic theories and descriptions

3: Farrow, S.J. Wittgenstein and grammar: a study of the theoretical implications of Wittgenstein's Philosophical Investigations for general lin

4: Durmusoglu, G. The notion of parallel texts and its place in contrastive and applied linguistics

5: Lin, Y. Theories of time for linguistics and artificial intelligence.

6: Fox, J.D. Learning languages with computers: a history of computer assisted language learning from 1960 to 1990 in relation to education,

7: Bedi, I. Reading emotion: functional linguistics and the theory of Rasa (BL)

8: El-Dabousy, S.N. Medieval linguistics: Ibn Janah's comparative structure of Arabic and Hebrew

9: Doyle, P.G. Replicating corpus linguistics: a corpus-driven investigation of lexical networks in text.

10: Dahroj, F.A. The effect of modern linguistics on Arabic literary criticism: the stylistic approach and its application to Arabic poetry. (BL:

11: Mulamba, N.J. Students' making of genres in linguistics and literature: writing dissertations at Lubumbashi University.

12: Gramone, A. From linguistics to translation: a study of Italian verbal suffixes.

13: Hoyle, R. The role of psychodynamics in linguistics: applying the tradition of Melanie Klein to the analysis of conversational interaction

14: Lewis, D. Contrastive text linguistics and translation, with reference to Spanish and English.

15: Doorbar, E.R. Reaching bedrock: the theory of language in philosophy and linguistics

16: Wallace, J.G. Attitude theory and its relevance to linguistics: an empirical test

17: Nazzaro, J.A. A study in the philosophical foundations of psychology and linguistics.

18: Read, M.K. The image of man as homo loquens in Spanish and Italian Renaissance linguistics.

19: Taylor, T.J. Style as a theoretical problem in Saussurian linguistics, with special reference to Bally, Jakobson ad Riffaterre.

20: Fujinami, T.T. A process algebraic approach to computational linguistics (BL)

21: Nassar, I. The notion of parallel text in the compilation of bilingual glossaries: Arabic rhetoric as a topic area.

22: Goodrich, P. Legal discourse: studies in linguistics, rhetoric and legal analysis

23: Trappes-Lomax, H.R.N. Discourse, nominality and reference: a study in applied linguistics

24: Johnson, R.K. Second language learning and the language system: a principled approach in applied linguistics to facilitating the internalisati

25: Yu, H-M. Linguistics and English language teaching, with particular reference to Chinese trainee students.

26: James, C. The status of contrastive analysis in applied linguistics.

27: Davies, R.J. The academic writing of Japanese students of English: contrastive rhetoric and its implications for an integrated approach to co

28: O'Dwyer, E. The linguistics of power and the structuration of meaning (BL)

29: Jabbour, B. Corpus linguistics, contextual collocation and ESP syllabus creation: a text-analysis approach to the study of medical research

30: Burgess,S. Discourse variation across cultures: a genre-analytic study of writing on linguistics (BL)

31: Kashoob, H. The translation of advertisements with special reference to text linguistics.

32: Weeks, F.F. Linguistics in vessel traffic services.

33: Morton, K. Speech production and synthesis

34: Mansouri, A.N.H. Semantic field theory and the teaching of English vocabulary, with special reference to Iraqi secondary schools

35: Kourkoulas, A. Linguistics in architectural theory and criticism after modernism.

36: Etemad, S. Cognitive science, linguistics and philosophy of science: an inquiry into their connection and divergence.

37: Wolf, S.G. The concept of semantics as a branch of inquiry in modern linguistics, with particular reference to Michel Breal.

38: Mustapha, H. An investigation of the plausibility of phonetic competence

39: John, G.C. Towards a linguistic typology of prose and poetic texts: a text-linguistic investigation by means of fourteen prose paraphrases

40: D'Agostino, F.B. A philosophical examination of transformational linguistics.

41: Houghton, D. Linguistics and the teaching of English in the secondary school, with particular reference to the teaching of writing skills to

42: Brash, E. Some stylistic responses to linguistics diversity in the English prose fiction of selected West African, Caribbean and Melanesia

43: Saint-Jacques, G. Explorations on the applicability of linguistics and stylistics to the translation of literary texts.

44: MacRae, S.M. Speech perception and language change in Old and Middle English: an analysis of methods and models in historical linguistics.

45: Narayanan, A. Form and content in the linguistics theories of Chomsky and Katz.

46: Kamaluddin, S. Functional linguistics and a preliminary exploration into its possible relevance to language teaching, given the situation in Pa

47: Hervey, S.G.J. Functional semantics: a linguistics theory, with application to the North Chinese dialect of Peking.

48: Currie, W. B., The application of linguistics in the teaching of the mother-tongue.

49: Ball, B.N., Linguistics and English studies of the secondary level

50: Thorpe, L. G. M. A first contribution to the study of the linguistics of the unpublished thirteenth century prose-romance entitled Le Roman de La

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51: Hotta, R. The development of nominal plural forms in Early Middle English.

52: Minnich, A.N. Conceptualising English:   a metaphorology of models in the discipline of world Englishes.

53: Giaber, J.M. Translating derivational suffixes in linguistic terminology from English into Arabic.

54: Barron, C.S. On the way to being an engineer: an analysis of time and temporality in mechanical engineering discourse (BL)

55: Woods, P. Cognitive schemas for Chinese noun classifiers: a corpus-based investigation (BL)

56: Subramaniam, G. Ideological stylistics: 'collative' explorations in Malaysian and Singaporean fictional discourse (BL)

57: Tognini Bonelli, E. The role of corpus evidence in linguistic theory and description.

58: Munday, J.S. Systems in translation: a computer-assisted systemic approach to the analysis of the translation of Garcia Marquez.

59: Bull, A. The formal description of aerobic dance exercise: a corpus-based computational linguistics approach.

60: Uemuanin, I.A. The development of the `subject' category in first language acquisition.

61: Stockwell, P.J. The thinking machine: metaphoric patterns in the discourse of science fiction.

62: Payne, G. Discourse analysis of biblical Hebrew texts.

63: Berrada, Z. Argumentation and discourse awareness in English Arabic translation teaching.

64: Mwansoko, H.J.M. The modernization of Swahili technical terminologies: an investigation of the linguistics and literature terminologies

65: Osman, M.E.S. On the communicative role of word order in written Modern Standard Arabic: a contribution to functional linguistics

66: Suleiman, M.Y.I.H. Tends in modern morphology: a critical study

67: Wujastyk, D. The Paribhasavrtti of Vyadi, edited, translated and discussed

68: Harris, S.J. Language interaction in magistrates' courts

69: Spaul, M.W.J. Semantic theory and the understanding

70: Jones, P.E. Materialism and the structure of language

71: Walker, M.W. The application of modern linguistic theory to the German language.

72: Al-Hassaini, M.A. A critical edition and study of Tahdib al-Khawas min durrat al-Ghawwas by Ibn Manzur.

73: Garthwaite, G.D.V. Sentence-meaning and communication: a discussion of a controversy between Chomsky's linguistics and Grice's philosophy of langua

74: Gill, I.R. The orthography of Latin manuscripts during the Proto-Romance period - a study in vulgar Latin linguistics.

75: Biswas, P. A select bibliography of periodical literature published in English, German, French, Sanskrit, Hindi, Pali, Bengali during 1951-

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76: Tickoo, M.L., A critical study of some developments in, and opinions on, the application of linguistics to language teaching

77: Dinneen, F.P., The linguistic doctrine of Thomas Aquinas and its relevance to modern linguistics

78: Pourcel, S.S. Relativism in the linguistic representation and cognitive conceptualisation of motion events across verb-framed and satellite-fr

79: Nicol, C. Reacting and responding in TESOL Quarterly:   a generic analysis of procedure and purpose in intertextual critical exchanges.

80: Thomas, P.M.K. Some syntactic and lexical affinities between Krio and Gullah.

81: Leahy, A. The representation of work in German grammar books.

82: Elliott, J.R. Natural language learning for SETI: investigating computational methods for discriminating language from non-language and detect

83: Gimbel, D.N. The evolution of visual representation:   the elite art of Early Dynastic Lagaš and its antecedents in Late Uruk Period Sumer a

84: Trousdale, G.M. Variation and (socio)linguistic theory: a case study of Tyneside English.

85: Rakova, M. Metaphor theories of concepts and biological reductionism.

86: Okada, M. Linguistic approaches to the analysis of humour in modern English dramatic comedy. (BL: DXN048585)

87: Shilson, G. Behavioural, electrophysiological and connectionist studies in inflectional morphology. (BL: D216988)

88: Langley, J. 'Un poème doit mouler la vérité': language and perception in the poetry of Pierre Albert-Birot (1876-1967).

89: Shalom, C.N. The academic conference: an analysis of the research process presentation genres of contrasting academic discourse communities.

90: Martínez, P.P. Language, education and power in Bolivia: bilingual education classroom practices. (BL: DXN045952)

91: Al-Harrasi, A.N.K. Metaphor in (Arabic-into-English) translation with specific reference to metaphorical concepts and expressions in political disc

92: Reda, G. On the instability of meaning: English in time and place.

93: Drewery, A. Generics, laws and context.

94: Robertson, D.G. Grammar, logic, and philosophy of language: the Stoic legacy in fourth century patristics (BL)

95: Davidson, A.C. Linguistic (ir)-realities: a heuristic critique of the meta-theoretical foundations of generativism (BL)

96: Iwamoto, N. Newspaper discourse in wartime and peacetime Japan: a contrastive linguistic and stylistic analysis.

97: Vieira, R. Definite description processing in unrestricted text.

98: Shuib, M. The use of central modal auxiliaries in research articles (BL)

99: Harrison, A.T. A critical evaluation of corporate employee communication in the light of recent changes in workplace relations (BL)

100: Ssebbunga, C.M. Curricular and teacher training implications of a clause relational approach to comprehension of advanced level school science t

101: Bowman, M.R. Psychoanalysis and semiotics.

102: Knowles, J.L. Explanation, tacit knowledge, and language: an inquiry into the philosophical significance of cognitive science (BL)

103: Coniam, D.J. Partial parsing : software for marking linguistic boundaries in English text.

104: Finell, A. Discourse markers and topic change: a case study in historical pragmatics.

105: Fagarasanu, I.S. Saint Augustine: the issue of word origin.

106: Branigan, H.P. Language processing and the mental representation of syntactic structure.

107: Farrar, K.J. The role of contact in the explanation of syntactic change.

108: King, C.E. The politics of language in Moldova, 1924-1994.

109: Moon, R.E. A study of the distribution and text: a study of the distribution and textual behaviour of fixed expressions in English.

110: Simpson, T.J. Towards an ecology of context and communication: negotiating meaning and language education.

111: Gosden, H. Genre-based investigation of theme: product and process in scientific research articles written by NNS novice researchers.

112: Syrett, M.J. A study of the unaccented vowels of proto-Norse.

113: O'Nuallain, S. Language-games and language engineering.

114: Foulkes, P. Theoretical implications of the /p/> /f/> /h/ change.

115: Ooi, (V.), B.Y. Computational approaches to the lexicon: a lexical frame analysis of business English.

116: Bayshak, M.S.H. A study of cohesion in Arabic based on Al Jurjani's theory of annazm.

117: Littlejohn, A.P. Why are English language teaching materials the way they are?

118: Cahill, L.J. Syllable-based morphology for natural language processing.

119: Chryshochoos, J.E. The role of theories of language and language learning in the pre-service and in-service training, education and development of

120: Mustapha, E.M. Informativity in Arabic and English political discourse: a translation perspective.

121: Montgomery, M.M. Meanings and the media: studies in the discourse analysis of media texts.

122: Hope, J.R. Socio-historical linguistic evidence for the authorship of renaissance plays: test cases in the Shakespeare, Fletcher, and Massi

123: Beale, A.D. The development of a distributional lexicon: a contribution to computational lexicography

124: Guillot, M-N. The concept of fluency: its nature and applications in French oral classes at university level

125: Connerty, J.P. Narrative as an object and a method in philosophy and the human sciences

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126: Jadwai, A.Y. Teaching of Arabic as a foreign language (TAFL): a study of the communicative approach in relation to Arabic

127: Hamdan, A.S. Coherence and cohesion in texts written in English by Jordanian university students

128: Luke, K.K. A conversation analytic approach to the study of utterance particles in Cantonese.

129: Hutton, C.M. The type-token relation: abstraction and instantiation in linguistic theory.

130: Lembessi, Z.P. A morphological analysis of the nominal group of Greek, employing a computational model.

131: Beverley, A.K. Language and ideology: a linguistic analysis of school textbooks from the Federal Republic of Germany and German Democratic Repu

132: Lee, S.H.N. Error correction in communicative task-based activities of a select group of second-language learners in a tertiary education in

133: Duke, K.J. Situating Barthes

134: Ellwood, R.M. Developmental studies of memory and reasoning, with special reference to problems of storage and retrieval

135: Khalil, F.A.M. Evidence of mother tongue interference in foreign language acquisition: a case study of Kuwaiti learners

136: Mairi, L. The phonology and morphology of Algiers Arabic

137: Scott, W.T. Communication theory and linguistic theory.

138: Bakr, M.A.H. The description and analysis of the lexicon and structure used in samples of maritime documents, with reference to marine commun

139: Howkins, A.M. Syntactic relations in San Martin Quechua.

140: Yu, G. Towards a model of using summarisation tasks as a measure of reading comprehension.

141: Valencia Giraldo, S. English teaching in Colombia: changes in policy and practice viewed through a regional case study.

142: Massey, T.M. Sounding the stops.

143: Kyari, J. A. Agreement phenomena in Gyong (Niger-Congo).

144: Chwo, G. S-M. Word reading process in L1 Chinese and L2 English of primary school students with different instructional backgrounds (Taiwan an

145: Barati, H. Test-taking strategies and the assessment of reading skills:   an approach to construct validation.

146: Puig i Planella, K. Temporality in L2 Spanish: an investigation of the expression of temporality in the narrative discourse of Spanish L2.

147: Chisarik, E.Z. The syntactic structure of Hungarian noun phrases: a lexical-functional approach.

148: Azuma, M. Metaphorical competence in an EFL context:   the mental lexicon and metaphorical competence of Japanese EFL students.

149: Abu Shawar, B.A. A corpus based approach to generalising a chatbot system.

150: Schiffrin, A. Modelling speech acts in conversational discourse.

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151: Bradley, N.A. A user-centred design framework for context-aware computing.

152: Freitas, E. S. L. Taboo in advertising: a textual study of Portuguese and UK magazine and television advertisements.

153: Joue, G. Speech as embodied cognition.

154: McLean, S. H. G. Wells and the scientific romance, 1884-1905.

155: Clarke, M. Aspect and polarity.

156: Al-Halawani, S. Towards a text-linguistic definition of Qur’anic inimitability:   a discourse perspective and problems of translation.

157: Simm, Y.M.J. Men, women and wartime marital separation, Britain 1939-1945:   a study of personal testimony.

158: Bowman, D.L. William Empson and communities.

159: Almuhanna, A. Scientific and technological term transfer into Arabic: a corpus-based study of Arabic noun+noun and noun+adjective compounds.

160: Chuang, Y-T. Rethinking translation: a social semiotic approach.

161: González-Díaz, V. The evolution of the comparative degree in English: a corpus-based approach.

162: Elewa, A-H Collocation and synonymy in Classical Arabic:   a corpus based study.

163: Bonci, A. Collocations in Italian as L2:   a case-control study.

164: Huong, T.Le. Automatic discourse structure generation using rhetorical structure theory.

165: Shrubshall, P. EAL classroom interaction and narrative:   reconstructing the distinction between everyday and academic discourse.

166: Bradley, M. Concepts of colour in ancient Rome.

167: Almeflh, A. Saudi poetry in the last quarter of the 20th century: a creative analysis.

168: Bax, S. Researching intertextual reference and intertextual reading.

169: Nolan, S. J. Communicative success in political wall murals in Northern Ireland: a critical discourse analysis.

170: Ryan, A.E. ‘Our only uniform is the spirit’:   embodiment, tradition and spirituality in British Taijiquan.

171: Simkin, O.B. Osthoff’s Law:   a study in Greek historical phonology.

172: Kalnberzina, V. The interaction between affect and meta-cognition in language use:   the case of foreign language anxiety.

173: Peters, H. Cracking the code:   accreditation of prior experiential learning and the discourses of higher education.

174: Jones, C.L. An investigation into progress of second language in use through student responses to a task-based course set within an EAP cont

175: ayyib’s manuscriptammad al-TAl-Dihan, S. Critical edition of Muh “Travel to Hijāz:   annotated and authenticated.

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176: Fiormonte, D. Scrittura, filologia e varianti digitali (Writing, philology and digital variants).

177: Beale, G.L. Discovering fragmented speech:   towards a Bakhtinian approach to the unconscious.

178: Hart, N. M. T. Power, relationships and ethics in counselling psychology.

179: Varney, A. LInguistic currency: metaphor and translation in the bilingual vernacular dictionaries of sixteenth-century England.

180: Allan, K. L. An examination of metaphor from Old English to present day English, focusing on notions of intelligence/cleverness and stupidity

181: Pounds, G. An investigation into the dimensions of attitudinal meaning in the light of a comparative analysis of English and Italian gramma

182: Lee, S.A. Progressives and aspectual verb constructions in English. (BL)

183: El-Awa, S. Textual relation in the Qur’ān. (BL: DXN069112)

184: Faulkner, H. Predicted gifted foreign language learning and performance. (BL: DXN069609)

185: Rizomilioti, V. Epistemic modality in academic writing: a corpus-linguistic approach. (BL: DXN067288)

186: Akiyama, T. The infinitival relative clause in English: an analysis based on the British National Corpus. (BL: DXN067468)

187: Fry, J. The cultural shaping of scholarly communication within academic specialisms. (BL: DXN066210)

188: Goddard, S. Speaking the subject:   a discourse analysis of undergraduate student seminar practice.. (BL: DXN066215)

189: Clough, P.D. Measuring text reuse.. (BL: DXN066005)

190: Barbu, C. Bilingual pronoun resolution:   experiments in English and French.. (BL: DXN066682)

191: Badran, D. Ideology through modality in discourse analysis.. (BL: DXN066782)

192: Paganoni, M.C. The magic lantern:   representation of the double in Dickens.. (BL: DXN066556)

193: Cunico, S. An anatomy of madness:   (dis)ordered speech in drama. (BL: DXN065381)

194: Teufel, S. Argumentative zoning:   information extraction from scientific text.

195: Hatipoglu, C. Culture, gender and politeness:   apologies in Turkish and British English. (BL: DXN065723)

196: Bannan, N. Music in human evolution:   an adaptationist approach to voice acquisition. (BL: DXN058009)

197: McDonald, A. I. Animal metaphor in the Egyptian determinative system: three case studies. (BL: DN058515)

198: Tsai, S.H. Features of English in CMC and their implications for language learning. (BL: DXN063273)

199: Burck, C. Explorations of life in several languages. (BL: DXN063863)

200: Bajaj, B.C. A terminological approach to the investigation of temporal ordering relations in English and German aircraft accident reports. (

: Newcombe, L.P. The relevance of social context in the education of adult Welsh learners with special reference to Cardiff. (BL)

202: Erler, L. Reading in a foreign language: near-beginner adolescents' experiences of reading French in English secondary schools. (BL: DN063

203: Sanson, H.L. Donne, precettistica e lingua nell'Italia del Cinquecento. Per un contributo alla storia del pensiero linguistico. (BL: DXN06372

204: O'Keeffe, A.M. Strangers on the line: a corpus-based lexico-grammatical analysis of radio phone-in.

205: Pujolà, J.T. CALL for help: a study of the use of help facilities and language learning strategies in the context of a Web-based multimedia C

206: Grimshaw, T.A. Discursive struggle in Chinese universities: English 'linguistic imperialism', resistance and appropriation. (BL: DXN055459)

207: Anderson, W.J. A corpus linguistic analysis of phraseology and collocation in the register of current European Union administrative French.

208: Fang, G.P-T. Kaleidoscope: textual being and creative becoming in the translation of Chinese poetry. (BL: DXN054554)

209: Wang, L. The use of parallel texts in language learning: computer software and teaching materials for English and Chinese. (BL: DXN048001

210: Neale, A.C. More delicate transitivity: extending the process type system networks for English to include full semantic classifications. (BL

211: Honeybone, P. Germanic obstruent lenition: some mutual implications of theoretical and historical phonology. (BL: DXN054231)

212: By, T. Tears in the rain. (BL: DXN054097)

213: Karner, C. The categories of Hindu nationalism: a neo-structuralist analysis of the discourse of Hindutva. (BL: DXN054023)

214: Sydserff, R.S. The development and application of text-focused methods for evaluating accounting narratives, with a view to investigating impre

215: Illes, E. The notion of context and its implications in language teaching practice. (BL: DXN057480)

216: Vagelpohl, U. The early Greek-Arabic translation phenomenon: the case of Aristotle's Rhetoric. (BL)

217: Rezaei, S. Linguistic and computational analysis of word order and scrambling in Persian.

218: Montgomery, B.I. Studies in German and English morphology with special reference to 'linking elements'.

219: Mann, C.C.P. Anglo-Nigerian pidgin: a socio-psychological survey of urban southern Nigeria.

220: Keller, F. Gradience in grammar: experimental and computational aspects of degrees of grammaticality.

221: Jain, S. The havelis of Rajasthan: form and identity. (BL: DXN055173)

222: Lambie, A.G. Dialogue understanding and dialogue design: from science to engineering. (BL: DXN052070)

223: Ball, F.C. A functional approach to adjuncts in English: a lexicogrammatical analysis of corpus data. (BL)

224: Holme, R. Teaching language as metaphor: the potential of current research into metaphor and cognition for classroom practice. (BL: DXN052

225: Gavins, J. Text world theory: a critical exposition and development in relation to absurd prose fiction. (BL: DXN051966)

226: McTear, M.F. The development of conversation in preschool children. (BL)

227: Terkourafi, M. Politeness in Cypriot Greek: a frame-based approach. (BL)

228: Canning, Y.M. Syntactic simplification of text. (BL: DXN048910)

229: Abensour, D.C. Finite state and statistical methods for natural language processing. (BL)

230: Watts, M.K. Language and identity: a study of adult second-language learners in a further education context. (BL: DXN048304)

231: Momani, K. R. Language in the service of discourse values: an investigation of socio-textual practices in ESL from an applied linguistic persp

232: El-Issa, A.S.A. The role of theme as an index of genre: analyses of tourist guides taken from two culturally different situations. (BL: DXN04555

233: Perkins, M.C. Discourse, evolution and power: changing representations in business and political texts. (BL: DXN045145)

234: Heggarty, P.A. Quantification and comparison in language structure - an exploration of new methodologies. (BL)

235: Scott, T. Behind the paravent: a study of Konrad Bayer's dramatic texts.

236: Dewa, R.J. The Old English elegies: coherence, genre, and the semantics of syntax. (BL: DXN044023)

237: Saraceni, M. Language beyond language: comics as verbo-visual texts. (BL: DXN044037)

238: Elton, C. Incommensurability: contemporary considerations: historical concerns. (BL: DXN044020)

239: Miles, L. A. Knowledge management and environmental management. (BL: DXN044606)

240: Bortone, P. Aspects of the history of Greek prepositions - a localistic view (BL)

241: Gorle, G. Reading as translation: language and power in African and Pacific novels (BL)

242: Bowden, P.R. Automated knowledge extraction from text

243: Hankinson, J.C.K. A grammatical approach to non-speech audio communication

244: Noman-Yafai, L. Culture in the think-aloud protocols in six Yemeni writers of English (BL

245: Wang, L. The use of parallel texts in language learning: computer software and teaching materials for English and Chinese (BL)

246: Brien, A. The texture of drama: how selected Irish playwrights manipulate language in their storytelling for specific social and cultural

247: Tugwell, D.N. Dynamic syntax.

248: Fisher, E.C. The politics of the linguistic turn: a Wittgensteinian analysis and critique of the role of language in contemporary political t

249: Kiely, R. Programme evaluation by teachers: an observational study (BL)

250: Barakat, A.A.A. Displacement and temporal relations in narrative: a paradigmatic and syntagmatic analysis of Michael Frayn's "Sweet Dreams" in v

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251: Tan, M.M.L. Prepositional clusters: investigative-oriented learning and English Language teaching (BL)

252: Kempf, A.I. The written representation of dialect with case studies from twentieth century Glasgow fiction.

253: Jones, D.W. The performance war machine: poetry, boxing and revolution.

254: Silvester, R.K. Language and philosophy in Jean-Paul Sartre's Les Chemins de la liberté (BL)

255: Emden, C.J. Nietzsche on language and rhetoric: sources, methods and arguments (BL)

256: Tietze, S. The role of language in the process of creating meaning in a professional organisation (BL)

257: Rumsey, L.M. Rhythm and intonation in free verse form: an assessment of the contributions of phonetics, focus-to-accent theory and literary h

258: McLaren, Y. Text strategy as an interactional feature in the corporate brochure: an English-French contrastive textology (BL)

259: Davies, B.L. An empirical examination of cooperation, effort and risk in task - oriented dialogue.

260: Martin, T.D. Robert Smithson: writings, sculptures, earthworks (BL)

261: Fotheringham, L.S. Repetition and unity in four of Cicero's judicial speeches (BL)

262: Horan, G.T. Ebenso echt weiblich wie echt nationalsozialistisch: an analysis of female discourse in National Socialism, 1924-1934 (BL)

263: Salahshoor, F. A genre-based approach to EFL academic literacy: the case of Iran (BL)

264: Botley, S.P. Corpora and discourse anaphora: using corpus evidence to test theoretical claims (BL)

265: Al-Liheibi, F.M.M. Aspects of sentence analysis in the Arabic linguistic tradition, with particular reference to ellipsis (BL)

266: Glynos, L.J. A Lacanian approach to ethics and ideology (BL)

267: Yen, Y-P. The sky rained with millet and the ghosts wailed in the night: an anthropological study of Chinese calligraphy (BL)

268: Davies, J.A. Expressions of gender (BL)

269: Royce, T. Visual-verbal intersemiotic complementarity in The Economist magazine (BL)

270: Davie, J.D. Making sense of the nonstandard: a study of borrowing and word-formation in 1990s Russian youth slang, with particular reference

271: Rimmer, V. Dance, history and deconstruction: Giselle and Beach Birds for Camera as contrasting sites for a discussion of issues of meaning

272: Avattum, M. Poetics and practical aesthetics in the writings of Gottfried Semper (BL)

273: Andonova, E.P. Strategies of euphemization of death.

274: Stubbs, E. Wilhelm von Humboldt's philosophy of language: its sources and influence (BL)

275: Callus, I. Anagrammatologies: Saussure's anagram notebooks in theory and practice.

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276: Rodríguez, A.E.P. The L2 acquisition of syllable structure and stress in Spanish (BL)

277: Urbanowicz, A.J. Interpretation of anaphoric expressions in the LOLITA system (BL)

278: Turner, C.E.L. A re-interpretation of the Late Bronze Age metalwork hoards of Essex and Kent (BL)

279: Xiaoling, Z. Echoing in English conversation: a corpus-based study (BL)

280: Styles, T. Old English semantics: problems of evidence (BL)

281: Ekmekçioglu, F.C. Language processing techniques for the implementation of a document retrieval system for Turkish text databases (BL)

282: Noor, N.M. Word combinations for Business English: a study based on a commerce and finance corpus for ESP/ESL applications (BL)

283: Masuku, N.P. A lexicogrammatical approach to the analysis of rhetorical goals: professional academic writing in the social sciences.

284: Ineson, E.G. Language and authority in Christian worship.

285: Gambarotta, P. Errors in the learning of Italian as a foreign language: a pedagogic perspective (BL)

286: Fatani, A.Y. The treatment of culture-specific vocabulary in dictionaries for translating from English to Arabic: a critical and empirical ex

287: Parfitt, S.H. Anaphora resolution in artificial neural networks - implications for nativism.

288: Conley, C.L. Love among the runes: allegory, gender and the symbolics of loss in the work of three twentieth century women (BL)

289: Friedmann, S. The festive song repertory of the Barbacoas community in Colombia and its implications for Spanish ballad transmission.

290: Nichols, A.H. Translating the Bible: a critical analysis of E.A. Nida's theory of dynamic equivalence and its impact upon recent Bible transla

291: Knowles, G.M. Language and ideology in children's literature.

292: Masuku, N.P. A lexicographical approach to the analysis of rhetorical goals in professional academic writing in the social services.

293: Hays, P.R. Collocational similarity: emergent patterns in lexical environments.

294: Churcher, G.E. Dialogue management in speech recognition applications.

295: Jamal, A. Acculturation and consumer behaviour: a study of cross-cultural differences, inter-ethnic perceptions and consumption experience

296: Bannerman, H. The work (1935-1948) of Martha Graham (1894-1991) with particular reference to an analysis of her movement system: vocabulary an

297: Tweedie, F.J. A statistical investigation into the provenance of De Doctrina Christiana, attributed to John Milton (BL)

298: Fulford, H. Term acquisition: a text-probing approach (BL)

299: Sullivan, K.G. Discourses of language and nation in Britain and France 1870-1914.

300: Kiany, G.R. Extraversion and pedagogical setting as sources of variation in different aspects of English proficiency (BL)

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301: Al-Sharah, N.D.A.A. An investigation of EFL student writing: aspects of process and product (BL)

302: Lee, M.W. Aspects of bilingual lexical processing (BL)

303: Mark, A.K.M. Reading between the lines: language, experience and identity in the work of Veronica Forrest-Thomson (BL)

304: Carne, C.J. Networking minds and machines: representation in the discourse and practice of cognitive science (BL)

305: Rowland, T. Vagueness in mathematics talk (BL)

306: Saito, Y. Style and creativity: towards a theory of creative stylistics (BL)

307: Atherton, M. Henry Sweet's idea of totality: a nineteenth-century philologist's approach to the practical study of language (BL)

308: Elnasser, A. The analyses of scientific report writing by Arabic speaking L2 writers: some aspects of a systematic functional approach, with

309: McPherson, C. Reference, existence and truth in discourse (BL)

310: Kallkvist,M. Lexical form-class effects in foreign language learning: a study of the English produced by advanced Swedish learners.

311: Collier, N.H. English-Japanese lexical transfer using a Hopfield neural network.

312: Smith, N-J. A stylistic analysis of written language behaviour with practical application to anonymous threat letters.

313: Campbell, A. An account, based on the experiences of practising English literature lecturers, of the institutional origins and development of

314: Cutting, J. MSc. common room casual conversations: a lexico-grammatical longitudinal study of a discourse community in formation.

315: Freedman, C.M. The association between short-term memory impairment and language processing.

316: Rahman, M. A comparative study of native and Pakistani geology research articles.

317: Jesry, M.M. Some cognitively controlled coarticulatory effects in Arabic and English, with particular reference to voice onset time.

318: Gledhill, C. Scientific innovation and the phraseology of rhetoric: posture, reformulation and collocation in cancer research articles.

319: Al-Karooni, D.M. The transfer of modal content in translation.

320: O'Connor, A. Linguistic theory as a basis of automatic speech recognition.

321: Pluciennik, M.Z. The Mesolithic-Neolithic transition in southern Italy.

322: Huang, G. Enhanced theme in English: its structures and functions.

323: Abunowara, A.M. Modality in English and Arabic: a study of the difficulties encountered by Arabic-speaking learners of English, using a systemic

324: Rodrigues, A.J.N.N. A robust off-line hand-written character recognition system using dynamic features.

325: Clayton, M.W. Visual and verbal texts and language teaching.

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326: Jan, R. Re-creating literature: translation in the English-language poetic tradition, with reference to Pope's Iliad and Pound's Cathay.

327: MacDonald, M. The social construction of medical discourse.

328: Al-Ageli, H.M. Syllabic and metrical structure in Tripolitanian Arabic: a comparative study in standard and optimality theory.

329: Craufurd-Lewis, M. The bones and blood of Nunavut.

330: Newbury, D.M. Towards a new practice in photographic education.

331: Pillay, H.D. Fragments of a vision: a case study of the implementation of an English language curriculum programme in five Malaysian secondar

332: Marggraf-Turley, R. Problems of progress and degeneration in language and literature, 1798-1842.

333: Brandist, C.S. Dialectics and dialogue: the politics of ideological struggle in the works of the Bakhtin school.

334: Mouedden, A. Linguistic models, linguistic-stylistic analysis and the teaching of the English language through text types to very advanced Mo

335: Barr, G.K. Scale in literature - with reference to the New Testament and other texts in English and Greek.

336: Rouhani, J.M.M. An applied research into the linguistic theory of collocation: English-Arabic dictionary of selected collocations and figurative

337: Manandhar, S.K. Relational extensions to feature logic: applications to constraint based grammars.

338: Zyngier, S. At the crossroads of language and literature: literary awareness, stylistics, and the acquisition of literary skills in an EFLit

339: Thomas, B.E. The use of dialogue in the comic novels of Ronald Firbank, P.G. Wodehouse, Evelyn Waugh and Henry Green.

340: Sutton-Spence, R. The role of the manual alphabet and fingerspelling in British sign language.

341: Hallowell, N. An analysis of semantic agreement: the case for studying folk-linguistic descriptions of talk.

342: Dargham, S. Towards a historical reconstruction of attitudes to language - the case of Spanish in Chile (1750 - 1950).

343: Ogborn, J.M. Theoretical and empirical investigations of the nature of scientific and commonsense knowledge.

344: Yates, S.J. The textuality of computer-mediated communication: speech, writing and genre in CMC discourse.

345: Shakespeare, S. The meaning and status of Soren Kierkegaard's language about God.

346: Cozier, C.L. Oral dynamics in select synoptic parables.

347: Li, N. Computer method in the study of Han4-Zi4 - an intelligent approach to the computing of Chinese writing history.

348: Linn, A.R. Grammar writing in Norway from the seventeenth century to the nineteenth century: Ivar Aasen's Det Norske Folkesprogs Grammatik

349: Cheng, J-W. The Chinese connection: Jacques Derrida and Chinese thought.

350: Rampoldi, B. On Italian adverbs.

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351: Ryazanova, L.I. The development of skills in the use of Russian emotional and evaluative lexis for English speaking students at an advanced leve

352: Tranter, D.N.C. The lexical field of fear: an analysis of English and Japanese with particular reference to semantic roles.

353: Taylor, C.N. A formal logical analysis of causal relations.

354: Cannon, S. Making political films politically? The film-making practice of Jean-Luc Godard.

355: Simpson, C.A. Pavao Ritter Vitezovi'c; defining national identity in the Baroque age.

356: Hansford, K.L. A grammar of Chumburung.

357: Lowe, I. Scientific language at pre-university level between French and English.

358: Beaven, J.L. Lexicalist unification-based machine translation.

359: England, M. The comprehension of sentences containing temporal connectives.

360: Banks, J.M. Books in syllabic characters printed for the use of the Church Missionary Society.

361: Land, N.F. Classification and coding of spatial information.

362: Cox, N.P.G. Ideas and action ... emergence of technical innovation and financial discourse.

363: Colford, O. The poet as poet: music and silence in the poetry of Wallace Stevens.

364: Jones, M.C. Language and dialect death in contemporary Wales.

365: Hardy, S. H.G. Wells and language.

366: Hollman, J.W. Reading skills in an African language: processing Bari orthography.

367: Gibson, T.R. Towards a discourse theory of abstracts and abstracting.

368: Connell, B.A. Phonetic aspects of the lower cross languages and their implications for sound change.

369: Clackson, J. The linguistic relationship between Armenian and Greek.

370: Benhaddou, M. Translation quality assessment: a situational/textual model for the evaluation of Arabic/English translations.

371: Schalkywyk, D. The Saussurean sign and the objects of language: a Wittgensteinian analysis.

372: Gully, A.J. Aspects of semantics, grammatical categories and other linguistic considerations in Ibn-Hishām's Mughnī al-Labīb.

373: Thornton, F.J. A classification of the semantic field Good and Evil in the vocabulary of English.

374: Fagborun, J.G. The analysis of linguistic innovation: historical and grammatical perspectives on English loan-translations and the Yoruba koine

375: Khaldi, K. Learning strategies of learners of English as a foreign language.

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376: Volino, M.S. Word grammar, unification and the syntax of Italian clitics.

377: Sanfilippo, A. Grammatical relations, thematic roles and verb semantics.

378: Keller, W.R. Feature logics, infinitary descriptions and the logical treatment of grammar.

379: Bird, S.G. Constraint-based phonology.

380: Swann, P.H. Theory and practice of computer assisted language learning.

381: Al-Hamdi, A. The process of interaction between translator and text: an empirical case study in English and Arabic.

382: Chingota, F.L.B. The use of the ancient `fear' in Deuteronomy to denote the relationship between God and Israel.

383: Trounce, R.J.A. The derivation and applications of a knowledge base for computational stylostatistics: the semantics and syntax of adverbs in se

384: Talbot, M.M. Language, intertextuality and subjectivity: voices and the construction of consumer femininity.

385: Holt, E.J. Figures of speech: an exploration of the use of idiomatic phrases in conversation.

386: Gardiner, M.E. The dialogue of critique: M.M. Bakhtin and the theory of ideology.

387: Lin, C.Z. Marxian economic categories and problems of centralised and decentralised planning in China.

388: Buenfil Burgos, R.N. Politics, hegemony and persuasion: education and the Mexican revolutionary discourse during World War II.

389: O'Rourke, K.J. Contemporary Christian, post-church and post-Christian feminist religion in England: a phenomenological study.

390: El-Sakran, T.M.E. Formal and functional analysis of footnotes in academic journal articles.

391: Inostroza, G.I.d.C. The teaching of Spanish as a native language in Chilean primary schools: a reconceptualization

392: Kisembo, B.T. Ministry and service in the Gospels: a study of terms for ministry and service in the Gospels and their translation in the Runyo

393: Rupp, C.J. Semantic representation in a unification environment

394: Mpepo, M.V. Pedagogical demands in implementing a functional syllabus and the communicative approach to English teaching in eight Zambian sc

395: Meaney, G. (Un)like subjects: theories and practices of contemporary women's writing.

396: Norrish, P. The graphic translation of text.

397: Palfreeman, L. Towards advertising literacy: an empirical investigation into the capabilities of children in interpreting linguistic feature of

398: Goshi, M. Pedagogical stylistics in the context of English students in Japan

399: Lan, L. Extending vocabulary in English for specific purposes - with special reference to Chinese university students

400: Ali, H.A. A process-based approach to teaching written English to first-year university students in Lebanon: an exploratory study



Phonetics
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1: Harte, N.A. Segmental phonetic features and models for speech recognition (BL)

2: Smith, R. The role of fine phonetic detail in word segmentation.

3: Asu, E.L. The phonetics and phonology of Estonian intonation.

4: Flaherty, M.T. Reading of and memory for Chinese, English and Japanese scripts

5: Moore, E.M. Some syntactic, lexical and phonetic characteristics of narrative and expository prose passages written by younger and older pup

6: Butterfint, Z. Individuality in phonetic variation: an investigation into the role of intra-speaker variation in speaker discrimination.

7: Thelwell, R.E.W. The Daju language group: systematic phonetics, lexicostatistics and lexical reconstruction. (BL)

8: Heselwood, B.C. Extended axiomatic-functionalist phonology: an exposition with application to Modern Standard Arabic (BL)

9: Pascual, B.A. A syllabus for a course in pronunciation through phonetics.

10: Hamilton, J.N., A phonetic study of the Irish of Tory Island, Co. Donegal

11: Hamilton, J. Phonetic texts of the Irish of North Mayo.

12: O'Boyle, C.J., Phonetic texts of East Ulster Irish.

13: Davis, E. C. The role of conditional rules in written language acquisition.

14: Kato, K. Second language (L2) segmental speech learning: perception and production of L2 English by Japanese native speakers.

15: Zhang, L. A syllable-based, pseudo-articulatory approach to speech recognition.

16: Torgersen, E.N. Temporal and semantic factors in perception of the voicing contrast:   processing strategies in L1 and L2.

17: Dove, E.C. Aspects of consonant description in the nineteenth century, with special reference to the ancient Indo-European language, Sanskr

18: Lowry, O.M. Belfast intonation: testing the ToBI framework of intonational analysis. (BL: DXN048871)

19: Kingsmore, R.K. Coleraine speech - phonology and sociolinguistics. (BL)

20: McKendry, E.F.J. Computer-aided contributions to the study of Irish dialects

21: Broderick, G. A description of Late Manx Gaelic speech

22: MacCoinnigh, M. Anailís ar an seanfhocal sa Ghaeilge.

23: Dworzynski, K. German and English comparison of fluency development and stuttering.

24: Elzeer, N. The Arabic terminology of critical theory:   a theoretical and practical approach.

25: Aguilera, M.L.A. The intonation of extra-sentential elements in Catalan and English.

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26: Hurley, M.D. ‘Dancing in chains’:   patterns of sound in the poetry of Gerard Manley Hopkins.

27: Ballart, J. Phonological variation in Barcelona Catalan:   the Xava accent.

28: Nunes, A. The price of a perfect system:   learnability and the distribution of errors in the speech of children learning English as a fir

29: Blaney, B.E. Dysarthria and Friedreich’s ataxia.

30: Fitzpatrick, L. Analysis of lingual articulation using electropalatography and electromagnetic articulography.

31: O'Nuallain, S. Language-games and language engineering.

32: Devitt, S. Form and function in the developing verb system of five learners of French as a second language.

33: Byrne, U.M.O. A lexicographical study of the archive material recorded from Teelin, Co Donegal by the Department of Irish Folklore, University

34: Fitzgerld, M.P. Aesthetics, knowledge and education: a study in the writings of Marshall McLuhan

35: Bolton, P.M. Structural organisation and use of text in selected vocal compositions by Luciano Berio

36: Walker, M.W. The application of modern linguistic theory to the German language.

37: Milroy, J.R.D. The language of Gerard Manley Hopkins.

38: O'Cathain, S. The placenames and placename lore of Carrownaglogh and Portacloy, County Mayo.

39: Lucas, L.W. The morphology of North Donegal Irish.



Young Learners

Alexiou, T. Cognitive development, aptitude and language learning in Greek young learners.

2: Worrall, J. Overcoming barriers to learning: educating young men in prison. (BL: DXN067732)

3: Karellou, J. Perspectives on the sexuality of young people with learning disabilities in Greece

4: Rustemier, S.J. Inclusion in further education:   the experiences of young people designated ‘students with learning difficulties and/or disab

5: Carnell, E. Understanding teachers' professional development: an investigation of teachers' learning and their learning contexts (BL)

6: Ferneyhough, B. Olfactory learning, its development and changing role in honeybee (Apis mellifera) behaviour (BL)

7: Niser, J.C. Young adult development in hospitality management schools which offer craft based learning (BL)

8: Mogan, D.L. Young people and their dispositions to science (BL)

9: O'Brien, G. The adult outcome of child learning disability: a study of the psychosocial functioning of young adults with a history of childh

10: Kim, M.S. An investigation of the young adult beginner learning piano in comparison with the child beginner (BL)

11: Laing, K.M. The effects of peer interaction and gender on young children learning to use a LOGO turtle.

12: Thomson, G.O.B. Inappropriate learning strategies in young children: an evaluative study of a remedial method.

13: Seymour, C. M. Neural cell adhesion molecule (NCAM), fibroblast growth factor receptor, and cell-cell signalling during rodent memory consolida

14: Crosthwaite, E.A. Lifelong learning:   a biographical study of the student experience in higher education.

15: Hames, A. Young children's understanding of learning disability. (BL: DXN048860)

16: Kaufman, R. The process of experiencing mediated learning as a result of peer collaboration between young adults with severe learning diffic

17: Closs, A.M.C. `Career' perceptions of young adults with specific learning difficulties.

18: Mountford, B. Teaching and learning medicine: a study of teachers and learners in a young medical school

19: Klossek, U.M.H. Instrumental learning and the development of goal-directed action in young children.

20: Cooper, S.A. The epidemiology of psychiatric disorders amongst elderly people with learning disabilities (BL)

21: Hewitt, D.P. The principle of economy in the learning and teaching of mathematics.

22: Walsh, B. My language, our language: expression and communication in learning: the development of learning and social relationships in a g

23: Pollard, E.M. An experimental analysis of conditional discrimination learning in young children and rats, with consideration of the associated

24: Pattison, S. Young people with learning disabilities:   an investigation of counselling and inclusion.

25: Tucker, N.D. Adventure education/development training: learning process and outcomes.   Brathay Hall Trust: a case study.

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26: Tan, S.H. Factors in infant word learning. (BL: DXN059363)

27: Baylis, N.V.K. Learning from young people's lives (BL)

28: Atkinson, I. Youth work research: initiatives in the study of young people, youth work and Youth Services.

29: Connelly, E. Integration into primary school of children with learning difficulties: an investigation of the relations of young children's at

30: Vitale, A.F. Development of dispersionary and anti-predator behaviour in young wild rabbits (Oryctolagus cuniculus (L.)) in sand dunes.

31: McElwee, J.C. Exploration of the impact upon young people with profound and multiple learning disabilities and their families of using ‘pers

32: Skinner, J. Social communication and interaction amongst children and young people with severe learning difficulties.

33: Kasler, J.H. Career counselling for young adults with learning disabilities: falling through the cracks. (BL: DXN055152)

34: Myers, C. Towards a model of literacy learning for young, augmented speakers. (BL: DXN056864)

35: Price, A.J. Communication, construction and community: learning addition in primary classrooms. (BL: D213343)

36: Want, S. Observational learning and tool-use development (BL)

37: Lawy, R.S.A. Transformations: young people's experiences of post-16 education, training and work (BL)

38: Florou, P. English vocabulary teaching to Greek learners

39: Murchie, N. Effects of the learning of Logo: a classroom study

40: Edwards, M. The views and perceptions of young people excluded from school.

41: Wisniewska, S.A. Struggling for change:   provision for the professional development of foreign language teachers of young learners in Bydgoszcz,

42: Toms, M.R. The developmental socialisation of young people in club sport:   an ethnographic account.

43: Kohli, R. K. S. Social work with unaccompanied asylum seeking children and young people.

44: Caton, S.J. The transition towards adult life for school leavers with moderate learning difficulties. (BL: DXN056247)

45: Pickard, A.J. Access to electronic information resources: their role in the provision of learning opportunities for young people. A constructi

46: Moxley, J. Young Arab children learning to read in English as a second language: a question of language proficiency, learning to read in th

47: Vella, Y. Supporting young children's learning with primary historical sources: a Maltese experience. (BL: DXN057121)

48: Young, A.F. Goalsetting as a tool for involving people with learning disabilities in healthcare. (BL: DXN050130)

49: Bills, C.J. Learning from experience: manifestations of young children's learning from pedagogic representations. (BL: DXN049880)

50: Ierna, A. Entering the adult world: the experiences of young adults with learning disabilities of social support during the transition int



Teacher Training
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1: Richards, G.F. Disability, equal opportunities and initial teacher training in further education: will current approaches promote inclusion? (B

2: Akyeampong, A.K. Continuous assessment in post-secondary teacher training in Ghana: a case study evaluation (BL)

3: Woodward, T.R. Process in EFL teacher training

4: Ghany, N.A. Contemporary initial teacher training reforms in Egypt: a comparative and historical perspective. (BL: DXN069894)

5: Kankam, G. Mentorship at post-secondary teacher training level in Ghana:   a case study analysis of the perceptions and experiences of ment

6: Back, D.M.A.R. Models of mentoring in initial teacher training: case studies within a partnership scheme in secondary school-based initial teac

7: Karakaya, S. Teacher training: a comparison of English and Turkish theory and practice.

8: Abofarwa, I.M. A study of the professional preparation of teachers of basic education in Libya

9: Eheazu, B.A. The relevance of teacher training programmes to the needs of the primary schools in the Rivers State of Nigeria

10: Bell, A.B. A study of social structure, interaction and commitment in teacher training institutions.

11: Mirza, S.B. Teacher training in Pakistan.

12: Nama, A.H. The content and organisation of school experience in initial teacher training courses for secondary school teachers in Iraq and

13: Lofthouse, M.T. Teacher training: the Church colleges, 1890-1944

14: Millington, R. The rise and fall of monotechnical teacher training and education in Sheffield, 1875-1975

15: Mustaffa, S. Perception and use of the resource centres in teaching and learning in the Malaysian teacher training colleagues.

16: Vilches, M.L.C. Process-oriented teacher training and the process trainer:   a case study approach to the Philippines ELT (PELT) project. (BL: D

17: Momany, M.A. Pre-service and in-service primary teacher training in Jordan: with special reference to the teaching skills and training/teachi

18: Gogas, T. The relationship between teacher training and the social system: a case study in Greek education. (BL: DXN052611)

19: Halim, L. A critical appraisal of secondary science teacher training programmes in Malaysia with an emphasis on pedagogical content knowle

20: Ozad, B.E. The reflective model of teacher training: its influence on the novice English language teachers.

21: Al-Sanjari, M.H.M. The provision of training in educational technology in teacher training courses in Iraq: an experimental study.

22: Boyd, M.V. Teacher training at St. Hild's College, Durham, 1858-1910.

23: Hamdan, A.R. Student study approach preferences and motivation in teacher training in Malaysia.

24: Cárdenas, M.A.F. An exploration into students’ and teachers’ attitudes towards self-access and learning autonomy and the impact of teacher tr

25: Lederer, D. “Between hammer and anvil”:   heads of departments in Israeli teacher training colleges experience role ambiguity.


Language Skills

Badri, B.A. Factors affecting performance in the basic language skills in Iraqi intermediate schools.

2: Gove, P.S.M. An analysis of language use and classroom interaction in vocational engineering courses.

3: Ashdown, R.W. The development of language skills of severely educationally subnormal children in a hospital setting

4: Stanley, M.G. The effects of a structured programme of activities on the skills of reading, writing and verbal fluency of a group of new entra

5: McGilton, J., The verbal abilities and patterns of language skills of representative groups of primary school children.

6: Shephard, E. Language skills in school-starters and young adults with Turner’s syndrome.

7: Radford, J.A. Collaboration in topic and repair:   developing language skills in SLI classrooms.

8: Hu, Q. Internet and its possible applications in developing English language skills for senior middle school students in Shenyang in Ch

9: Bhopal, S.S. Language skills and science teaching in one Glasgow secondary school.

10: Micallef, R. An investigation into the language skills of monolingual Maltese and English subjects with Down syndrome.

11: Bekos, I. A study of language skills in bilingual education in Athens.

12: Seager, K.B. Assessment of improved language skills through residence abroad.

13: Al-Ahmed, F.H. The teaching of business English language skills in Secondary Schools of Commerce in Bahrain

14: Fowler, B.E. Teaching language skills to non-verbal mentally handicapped children.

15: Anderson, N.V. Oral language skills in children of junior school age.

16: Ferguson, N. The perceptual, motor and language skills of school entrants in deprived areas.

17: Jenkins, C. Adults with Down syndrome: an investigation of the effect of reading on language skills. (BL: DXN048636)

18: Hodson, A. A longitudinal study into the relationship between speech motor control and language processing skills of Scottish children infe

19: Jerrams, A.M. The effects of parental intervention in a social priority area on children's cognitive and language skills.

20: Taylor-Browne, K. French immersion versus Francophone minority schools: a Canadian debate about bilingual education

21: Halls, R.G. A learning reinforcement system for use in the acquisition of language skills by educationally sub-normal children.

22: McLaren, J.I. The role of the nursery assistant, with special reference to the development of nursery children's language skills.

23: Chalauisaeng, B. Participatory Appraisal (PA) in the classroom: the use of PA as a technique to advance self-directed learning through ongoing ne

24: Hiratsuka, M. The perceived impact of computer use in modern foreign language lessons in secondary schools in England and Japan.

25: Simmonds, E.A. Word finding difficulties (WFDs) and lexical processes in children.



Literary Translation

As-Safi, A.B.M.M. An investigation of the theory and practice of literary translation based on Arabic and English as source and target languages a

2: Lataiwish, M.S. An analysis of literary translation Arabic/English.

3: El-Haddad, M.I. An analytical study of some aspects of literary translation: two Arabic translations of Hemingway's The Old Man and the Sea. (BL

4: Turney, A.J. A linguistic study of literary translation from Japanese, with particular reference to phonological-graphological relationships

5: Ellickson, T. Literary translation in a postcolonial context: the Beur text.

6: Scott, M.N. Normalisation and readers' expectations: a study of literary translation with reference to Lispector's A Hora da Estrela. (BL: D

7: Jan, R. Re-creating literature: translation in the English-language poetic tradition, with reference to Pope's Iliad and Pound's Cathay.

8: Boushaba, S. An analytical study of some problems of literary translation: a study of two Arabic translations of G. Gibran's The prophet.

9: Tavokoli, G.S.-J. A linguistic and semantic approach to the theory and practice of literary translation.

10: Lefevere, A.P.M. Prolegomena to a grammar of literary translation.

11: Nohara, K. Problems of domestication and foreignisation in translated texts, with reference to English and Japanese (BL)

12: Fahrmeier, A. Eduard Morike's poetry in English translation : a critical evaluation of process and products of literary translation.

13: Tulloch, I.K. Translating Zola’s L’Assommoir:   a stylistic approach.

14: Nintai, M.N. Mapping transference: problems of African literature and translation from French into English.

15: Bowler, W. A linguistic approach to intuition in translation.

16: Howell, P.K. Procedures and strategies in the translation of manga and anime dialogue.

17: Humanities, E. The “culture of the eye”:   textual representations of the gaze from Hawthorne to James.

18: McCabe, L.F.M. Policy transfer and policy translation:   day care for people with dementia in Kerala, India.

19: Chan, R. M. H. Politics of translation: mainland Chinese novels in the Anglophone world during the post-Mao era. (BL: DN064523)

20: Galloway, C. Close reading: translation, re-writing, and reviewing in Anna Banti and Virginia Woolf. (BL)

21: O'Sullivan, C. The stance of the translator: the importance of stances and status in translations and self-translations of and by James Joyce,

22: Gallimore, D. Sounding like Shakespeare: rhythm, rhyme and word play in Japanese translations of "A Midsummer Night's Dream". (BL: DN047971)

23: France, R. Mikhail Zoschchenko's "Michel Siniagin". A critical study and translation. (BL: DXN047616)

24: Sturge, K.E. The alien within: translation into German during the Nazi regime (BL)

25: Hervy, E. Translating Arthur Rimbaud's 'Illuminations'.

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26: Vanderschelden, I. The criteria of quality assessment in translation in a French and English context.

27: Drewing, L.M. The Voss Shakespeare translation. An assesment of the contribution made by Johann Heinrich Voss and his sons to the theory and p

28: Cassells, L. Frank O'Connor's short stories in German: a study in translation criticism



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1: Al-Sudais, O.A. The perceptions of specific needs among a discourse community of ESP learners:   whether these relate to their achievement, atti

2: Hume, I.R. ESP and mental imagery. (BL: DXN069797)

3: Osman, F.H. ESP students' underachievement: possible reasons and solutions with special reference to the Public Authority for Applied Educat

4: El-Jack, M.A. Characterization of Dermatophilus congolensis grown in vitro.

5: Remache, A. A needs analysis approach to ESP syllabus design with special reference to English for Science and Technology in the Algerian ES

6: Navarro, J.M.P. Developing a “recipe” for success in free-response Ganzfeld ESP experimental research. (BL: DXN068433)

7: Eppingar, R. A comparative study of ganzfeld and dream reports in free response ESP studies.

8: Parasram, N.T. Particle motion in electrostatic precipitators. (BL: DXN054274)

9: Canales, C. Characterisation of EXTRA SPOROGENOUS CELLS (ESP), an Arabidopsis gene required for another development. (BL: D213686)

10: Qattous, K.M. The cultural dimension of English for specific purposes.

11: Remache, A.G. A needs analysis approach to ESP syllabus design with special reference to English for Science and Technology.

12: Diab, T.A.A. The role of dictionaries in ESP, with particular reference to student nurses at the University of Jordan

13: Su, H-H. English for Specific Purposes (ESP) in four Technological and Vocational Higher Education institutions in Taiwan, with particula

14: Khuwaileh, A.A. English language teaching in higher education in Jordan: needs analysis and syllabus design for `English for science and technol

15: Jabbour, B. Corpus linguistics, contextual collocation and ESP syllabus creation: a text-analysis approach to the study of medical research

16: Elamin, A.G. English for specific purposes (ESP) for Sudanese university students of science and technology in the preliminary year: an explo

17: Oskarsdottir Vatnsdal, A. Register and ESP: an analysis of the register of air-traffic control, with a view to purpose-specific language teaching

18: Parker, A.D. Experimenter effects in ESP research.

19: Watt, C.A. The relationship between performance on a prototype measure of perceptual defence/vigilance and psi performance.

20: Girotti, M. Characterisation and expression of the epididymal secretory protein I gene.

21: Afifi, S.E-A.A-A. Teaching English at the College of Business Studies in Kuwait: implications for ESP teacher training.

22: Suarez, J.S. de. A communicative approach to translation in ESP, with special relevance to reading for academic pu