19.1777, TOC: The Modern Language Journal 92/2 (2008)

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Publisher:	Wiley-Blackwell
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Journal Title:  The Modern Language Journal 
Volume Number:  92 
Issue Number:  2 
Issue Date:  2008 


Main Text:  

The Modern Language Journal
Special Issue, Summer 2008

Second Language Development
as a Dynamic Process

Guest Editor: Kees de Bot


The MLJ is happy to announce the publication of issue 92.2, entitled Second
Language Development as a Dynamic Process. It is a Special Issue on the topic of
Dynamic Systems Theory, guest-edited by Professor Kees de Bot. 

Contributors to this exciting issue include Paul van Geert; Diane Larsen-Freeman
& Lynne Cameron; Marjolijn Verspoor, Wander Lowie & Marijn van Dijk; Nick C.
Ellis; Carolina Plaza-Pust; and Ulrike Jessner. 

This Special Issue is based on the presentations at the Round Table on Dynamic
Aspects of Language Development sponsored by Language Learning, which was part
of the 2006 annual conference of the American and Canadian Associations of
Applied Linguistics (AAAL and CAAL). The audience's interest in this topic
mirrored an earlier experience at the 2006 Teachers of English to Speakers of
Other Languages, Inc. (TESOL) convention in Orlando, Florida. 

Inspired by such a high level of interest in the topic, this Special Issue was
put together in the hopes that it would on the one hand set a milestone in the
introduction of new ideas on complexity and dynamic systems in the field of
applied linguistics and on the other hand allow a larger audience to get a
state-of-the-art overview of these ideas.

A list of featured content appears below for your convenience. We hope you will
enjoy reading the issue.

Sincerely,

The Editorial Office, The Modern Language Journal Prof. Leo van Lier, Editor
mlj at miis.edu


The Modern Language Journal, Volume 92, Number 2, Summer 2008 Special Issue:
Second Language Development as a Dynamic Process, Guest
Editor: Kees de Bot

"Introduction: Second Language Development as a Dynamic Process"
Kees de Bot

"The Dynamic Systems Approach in the Study of L1 and L2 Acquisition: An
Introduction"
Paul van Geert

"Research Methodology on Language Development From a Complex Systems Perspective"
Diane Larsen-Freeman & Lynne Cameron

"Variability in Second Language Development From a Dynamic Systems Perspective"
Marjolijn Verspoor, Wander Lowie, & Marijn van Dijk

"The Dynamics of Second Language Emergence: Cycles of Language Use, Language
Change, and Language Acquisition"
Nick C. Ellis

"Dynamic Systems Theory and Universal Grammar: Holding Up a Turbulent Mirror to
Development in Grammars"
Carolina Plaza-Pust

"A DST Model of Multilingualism and the Role of Metalinguistic Awareness"
Ulrike Jessner 



Linguistic Field(s): Language Acquisition
                     Applied Linguistics






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