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 21, No 1 (2015)

Table of Contents


Attitude and Motivation towards a Working Language: Case of East Timorese Students in the Philippines PDF
Edward Jay Mansarate Quinto
Greening of Resistance in Arabic Poetry: An Ecocritical Interpretation of Selected Arabic Poems PDF
Hamoud Yahya Mohsen, Ruzy Suliza Hashim
Pathos as a Communicative Strategy for Online Knowledge Dissemination: The Case of TED Talks PDF
Giuseppina Scotto di Carlo
Exploiting the Exploiter: Some Violations of Society’s Expectations in Beyond the Horizon and The Housemaid PDF
Charles Ofosu Marfo
Recurrent Formulas and Moves in Writing Research Article Conclusions among Native and Nonnative Writers PDF
Hadi Kashiha
Telling the Untellable: Dialectic of Silence in Jewish-American and Arab-American Holocaust Discourse PDF
Munir Ahmed Al-Aghberi
Choice and Use of Context Frames to Augment the Writing of Result and Discussion Section of Research Articles across Four Disciplines PDF
Seyed Foad Ebrahimi, Swee heng Chan, Helen Tan
Event, Iterability, and Justice Practiced in the Sense of Law: A Derridean Reading of Arthur Miller’s The Crucible PDF
Noorbakhsh Hooti, Ali Ghaderi
Incredulity towards Global-Warming Crisis: Ecocriticism in Ian McEwan’s Solar PDF
Seyed Javad Habibi
Topical Structure Analysis as an Assessment Tool in Student Academic Writing PDF
Eden Regala-Flores, Kexiu Yin
Exploring Word Associations in Academic Engineering Texts PDF
Noorli binti Khamis, Imran Ho Abdullah

ISSN: 0128-5157