3L: Language, Linguistics, Literature®

3L: Language, Linguistics, Literature® The Southeast Asian Journal of English Language Studies is a Scopus indexed peer reviewed international journal published in March, June, and September by UKM Press. The journal is committed to exploring and highlighting issues in the broad areas of English language, linguistics and literature particularly in the Southeast Asian context.

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Vol 20, No 1 (2014)

Table of Contents

Articles

Errors on the Relative Marker WHERE: Evidence from an EFL Learner Corpus PDF
Supakorn Phoocharoensil
Nostalgia and Degeneration of Splendour in Hedayat’s The Blind Owl PDF
Pedram Lalbakhsh, Pouria Torkamaneh
Emotional Temperament in Food-Related Metaphors: A Cross-Cultural Account of the Conceptualizations of ANGER PDF
Zahra Khajeh, Imran Ho Abdullah, Kim Hua Tan
Speechless Complainer: A Derridean Reading of Titus Andronicus PDF
Roohollah Datlibeigi, Pyeaam Abbasi
Rhetorical Structure of Introduction Chapters written by Novice Vietnamese TESOL postgraduates PDF
Loan Thi Thuy Nguyen, Issra Pramoolsook
Eugene O’Neill’s The Straw as an Unexpressionist Play: An Expressionist Study of the Concepts of Forlornness, Communication, and Revivification PDF
Nasser Maleki, Mojtaba Jeihouni
Mitigation in Turning down Business Proposals across Cultures: The Case for Pragmatic Competence Instruction PDF
Antoon Gewijde Herwig De Rycker
Confabulation of Things Past in Ian McEwan’s Black Dogs PDF
Seyed Javad Habibi
iPads in the foreign language classroom: A learner’s perspective PDF
Cécile Gabarre, Serge Gabarre, Rosseni Din, Parilah Mohd Shah, Aidah Abdul Karim
Liminality Space In-Between: A Feminist Evaluation of Primordial and Modern Polarities of the Woman’s Journey in the Nigerian Novel PDF
Muhammad Alkali, Rosli Talif, Wan Roselezam Wan Yahya, Jariah Mohd. Jan
Oral Vocabulary as a Predictor of English Language Proficiency among Malaysian Chinese Preschool Children PDF
Hooi San Phoon, Anna Christina Abdullah
History/ Fiction: An Intertextual reading of E. L. Doctorow’s Ragtime PDF
Zohreh Ramin, Seyyed Mohammad Marandi
Reinforcing the Dominant Discourse in Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice PDF
Behnam Mirzababazadeh Fomeshi
Are Malaysian Undergraduates ‘Digital Natives’ in the True Sense of the Word? A Quantitative Analysis PDF
Siew Ming Thang, Nurjanah Mohd Jaafar, Radha Nambiar, Zaini Amir, Fook Fei Wong


ISSN: 0128-5157