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  • Complexity and Fluency Indicators of “Good” Speakers by Robert W. Long III, Kyushu Institute of Technology
  • Disfluency: An Opposite or an Absence? by John Campbell-Larsen, Kwansei Gakuin University
  • English and Japanese Vocative Use in a Multiethnic Community in Japan by Michael Mondejar, International University of Japan
  • Language Acquisition of Mixed Roots Individuals in Japan by Takara K. Allal, Konan University
  • Learner Autonomy in University English Classes by Christopher Johnston, Jonathan Aliponga. Yasuko Koshiyama, Tina Ries, Thomas Rush, Kansai University of International Studies
  • Perception of Prosodic Cues by Japanese EFL Learners by Kazuhito Yamato, Kobe University; Shinobu Mizuguchi, Kobe University
  • Older Adult FL Learning: Instructors’ Beliefs and Some Recommendations by Danya Ramírez Gómez, Kobe City University of Foreign Studies
  • Student Willingness to Use Social Networks by Todd Hooper, Kwansei Gakuin University
  • Teachers and Students: At L1 Odds in the EFL Class by Eleanor Carson, Hiroshima City University
  • Triggering Factors of Learners’ Attention Shifts in L2 Oral Production by Junya Fukuta, Graduate School, Nagoya University/JSPS Research Fellow
  • Unheard Voices: Students’ Experiences and Perspectives on a Tertiary English Course by Apiwan Nuangpolmak, Chulalongkorn University Language Institute
  • Willingness to Communicate and Group Cohesion by Timothy Doe, Rikkyo University