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Responsible Design in Applied Linguistics: Theory and Practice


The Foundations of a Discipline of DesignA Sense of Direction in Applied LinguisticsNot All Designs Are DefensibleIn Search of Responsible DesignsHistorical Sense and Professionally MatterReferencesA Linguistic Explanation for the Foundations of Applied LinguisticsA Conception of Continuity: Some Linguistic ConfessionsContestable and Contested Definitions of LinguisticsLinguistic Interpretations of Applied LinguisticsThe Reflection of Linguistic Theory in Language TeachingApplied Linguistics as Bridging DisciplineThe Historical and the SystematicComplex Linguistic Ideas and Applied LinguisticsReferencesAn Inter-Disciplinary View of Applied LinguisticsThe Arguments for Characterizing Applied Linguistics as an Inter-Disciplinary FieldApplied Linguistics as Pedagogical EngineeringThe Ambiguity of the Idea of Applied Linguistics as MediatorThe Maturity of Applied LinguisticsReferencesThe Scientific Status of Applied LinguisticsThe Scientific Status of Applied LinguisticsExpectations of the Results of Applied LinguisticsThe Relativity of ‘Application’ of Theory in Applied LinguisticsThe Role of Psychology in Applied LinguisticsReferencesApplied Linguistics as a Discipline of DesignThe Limits of Applied LinguisticsSome Blind SpotsApplied Linguistics as a Discipline of DesignModernist and Postmodernist InterpretationsMeans, Ends and Processes of DesignDifferentiation of the Tasks of Design and ExecutionInnovation and Imagination in DesignThe Relationship between Mastery and Control, and Understanding or InsightReferencesTechnocratic and Revolutionary Designs: Three IllustrationsThe Audio-Lingual MethodAuthentic Texts: The Origins of Communicative Language TeachingInformation Gap TechniqueCommunicative Language Teaching: The MainstreamThe Psychological Justification for a Communicative Approach to Language TeachingThe Linguistic Justification for the Communicative ApproachA Divergence within Communicative Language TeachingPsychological Emphases in Communicative Language TeachingHumanistic Language Teaching: A Revolutionary OptionCombinations of ‘L’ and ‘P’Concluding Observations, and a Current, Rather Than a Final, FlourishReferencesBeyond Method and Towards AccountabilityA Field in Search of a New ParadigmEthnographic OrientationsBeyond MethodContested Arrangements and IssuesThe Other Side of the CoinReferencesThemes and Styles of Doing Applied LinguisticsA Sense of Direction, RevisitedA Linguistic and Behaviorist StartThe Linguistic “Extended Paradigm” ModelA Multi-disciplinary ModelSecond Language Acquisition ResearchConstructivismPostmodernismA Challenger Emerges: Dynamic Systems TheorySeven Successive Traditions of Applied LinguisticsReferencesInnovation and Eclecticism: Resistance and ContinuitySome Persistent ThemesInnovation and TechnologyInnovation and EclecticismContinuity in Language Teaching and Language Assessment DesignsInnovation and ImitationReferencesA Returning Question: Defining the Field of Applied LinguisticsA Returning QuestionRecent Historically Influential Trends in LinguisticsAre Inter-Disciplinary and Multi-Disciplinary Characterizations Sufficient?An Alternative Set of PerspectivesWhy Disciplinary Definitions MatterReferencesDesign Principles and The Future of Applied LinguisticsA Foundational Framework for the DisciplineNormative and Factual Dimensions of Applied Linguistic DesignsReciprocity in DesignA Framework of Design Principles for Applied LinguisticsAnalogical Concept-Formation Yields Insight into Design PrinciplesThe Future of Applied LinguisticsReferences
 
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