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    Teachers' Attitudes towards Asian Students' English Accented Speech 

    Chayada Thanavisuth; Korakote Natiladdanon (2016-06)

    While previous research studies examining the students’ attitudes towards certain English varieties/accents are great in number, none of these studies was focused on how teachers perceived students’ foreign accented speech. Thus, the present study aimed to investigate how native and non-native English speaking teachers comprehended students’ accented speeches. Twelve teacher participants and three Asian students at an international university in Thailand participated in the study. The recorded speeches of three Asian students whose first langua...
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    An Atlas of the Interior 

    Streeby, Jeff (Unsolicited Press, 2017)
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    Photojournalism: Journalistic Reality and Necessity 

    Kasbekar, Sushama (2016-04)

    Aylan Kurdi, a three year old Syrian boy’s image carried on the front pages of newspapers and magazines in September 2015 was enough to stop the world in its tracks. It embodied the ravages of the Syrian war which has made headlines in newspapers and in the mass media in the past few years. Photo journalism is “Journalism in which written copy is subordinate to pictorial presentation of news stories or in which a high proportion of pictorial presentation is used, is broadly news photography” according to Miriam Webster’s dictionary. News photog...
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    Examining Factors which Influence Repurchase Intention for Walk-in Customers at IKEA, Bangkok 

    Ramnath Srinath (2015)

    As customers come from different organizations, the behavior of customers to spend money and buy more is different so, their satisfaction and intention to purchase will be naturally different. This research has the objective to study and examine the variables that influence customer satisfaction towards repurchase intention of walk-in customers at IKEA, Bangkok in order to enhance customer satisfaction towards repurchase intentions in the store The sample of this research consisted of 395 respondents, who participated in the survey; data w...
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    Cultural Isolation as Depicted in Anita Desai's Bye-Bye Blackbird 

    Ramnath Srinath (2015)

    Anita Desai’s Bye-Bye Blackbird,published in 1971, is a story mainly concerned with cross cultural human relationships. Dev and Aditand Sarah the British wife of Aditare the three major characters representing two sections of life. Adit, has ankinship to the western ways of life, especially, England, while Dev living in England, shows his revulsion towards the ways of European life and particularly of England. Sarah, Adit’sEnglish wife, even though Western and first world by birth, is portrayed by Desai as being weak, meek and docile.Adit,...
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    Corpus Stylistics & Business Ethics: “Do The Executives Really Mean What They Say? 

    Namon Jirasataporn (2015-12)

    Nowadays, when everything ‘seems’ to be all about business; the word ‘business’ itself has inevitably connoted with unpleasant terms like ‘competition’ and ‘politics’. Together with that arise the issues of ‘trust’ and ‘ethics’. Can we believe what we see or hear? This paper looks into the style and analysis of business correspondence, particularly resignation letters. When a high-ranking executives leaves a company, the two standard phrases used as a face-saving measure for an executive or company in trouble are: “spending more time with famil...
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    ความคิดเห็นของนักศึกษาที่มีต่อการเรียนการสอนวิชาจริยธรรมของมหาวิทยาลัยอัสสัมชัญ 

    วิเชียร ประเสริฐ (2558-12)

    จากการศึกษา "ความคิดเห็นของนักศึกษาที่มีต่อการเรียนการสอนวิชาจริยธรรมของมหาวิทยาลัยอัสสัมชัญ"วัตถุประสงค์ของการวิจัยเพื่อศึกษาความคิดเห็นของนักศึกษาที่มีต่อการเรียนการสอนวิชาจริยธรรมของมหาวิทยาลัยอัสสัมชัญ และเพื่อศึกษาเปรียบเทียบระดับความคิดเห็นของนักศึกษาที่มีต่อการเรียนการสอนวิชาจริยธรรมของมหาวิทยาลัยอัสสัมชัญ ซึ่งเป็นประเภทการวิจัยเชิงสำรวจ ประชากรที่ใช้ในการศึกษา คือ นักศึกษาที่เรียนวิชาจริยธรรมของมหาวิทยาลัยอัสสัมชัญ (Ethics Course BG2402/GE2202) 3 Credits โดยใช้การสุ่มตัวอย่างแบบเจาะจง จำนวน 1,144 คน การเก็บรวบรวมข้อมูลภายในมหาวิ...
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    Examining University Students’ Language Awareness of Metalinguistic Knowledge in the Thai Context 

    Sureepong Phothongsunan (2015-11)

    This study aimed to investigate Thai university students’ language awareness of metalinguistic knowledge of English, which focuses on learners’ ability to detect and give explanation for errors in English. A verbal protocol of learner introspection was used with 15 participants studying in the Business English Major in a Thai university. The specific investigation was on errors with verbs which encompass those of tense, aspect, and verb complementation. It was found that most participants identified mistakes inaccurately and in particular they ...
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    EFL Motivation through Vision: Role-plays, Narratives, Projects and Reading Tasks 

    Sureepong Phothongsunan (2016-05)

    This paper looks into some interactive, proposed ways in helping an EFL learner to develop an identity as an EFL learner in learning English to achieve language learning goals. First, vision theory is discussed, reflecting on the increased importance of envisioning oneself to create a self-image for the EFL learner in order to enable, acknowledge and enjoy his/her EFL identity. The second part presents the use of how conscious role-plays can make a difference in terms of shaping one identity. The next part supports the interlinking of image as ...
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    Thai University Academics' Challenges of Writing for Publication in English 

    Sureepong Phothongsunan (2016)

    This study examines challenges faced by Thai university lecturers with regards to publishing their academic works in English. 18 academics from two university settings in Thailand were involved in this investigation. The interviews were used to understand the lecturers’ perceptions of the issues in writing for scholarly publication in the English language. Particularly, the aim of the research sought to discover what hindrances Thai university academics experienced and how they handled them. In addition, their needs for successful publishing we...
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    Authorial Stances in Classroom Speeches: A Corpus-Based Study 

    Sarit Siribud (2016-04)

    Corpus-based studies have become increasingly popular among researchers in the field of linguistics and language studies, as they may shed light on language instruction and course designs (Conrad, 1999). Given this emphasis, a corpus-based analysis on stances (Hyland, 2005) in students’ classroom speeches has been employed. The analysis of a corpus of 104 undergraduate students’ speech transcriptions reveals that students employed authorial stances in their speeches. Such results, however, only suggest that these stances were used subcons...
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    Learners’ Attitudes towards Native and Non-native English Speaking Teachers in the EFL Context 

    Sureepong Phothongsunan (2016)

    This paper examines the attitudes of EFL learners towards native and non-native English speaking teachers in the EFL context by reviewing some research findings as reported by educators in the field of English language teaching. Three main sections are presented. The first section looks into learners’ attitudes towards EFL teachers. This is followed by a focus on how students’ attitudes are towards native and non-native English speaking teachers. The second part sheds light on qualities of native and non-native English teachers, which are...
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    Applying Active Listening Strategies in EFL: An Integrated Skill Approach 

    Sureepong Phothongsunan (2016-02)

    This paper addresses some active listening strategies which EFL learners can employ to facilitate, monitor and evaluate their own English listening skills. Listening today is classified as an interpretive process. The role of the listener as an active partaker in the listening process is thus emphasized. The paper sheds light on the impact that active listening may have on students’ overall language output, academic success, and enhanced performance on listening assessments with relevant, practical examples.
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    Phonetic Symbol Practice 

    จิตราวดี สิงหนิยม (กรุงเทพ : สำนักพิมพ์มหาวิทยาลัยสุโขทัยธรรมาธิราช, 2555)
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