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First issue aimed at March 2020

An applied linguistics journal peer edited by practitioners (teachers, this means you) and academics, to ensure the research is as rigorous in the context it matters as well as the theory. Are we looking for research that shows huge effects? No. We want to know what works, where (and why, if that's possible) and also what doesn't. Quantitative. Qualitative. Mixed methods. It is all acceptable as long as it's written clearly and concisely. Or spoken. Or understandable. It does not have to be in written form. Less than 8,000 words and closer to 3,000 words. The reference style is basic (and the style guide is coming soon). This is a pet project of Marc Jones. Please send enquiries in the meantime to editor [squiggle] applyinglinguistics _DOT_ org