Volume 6 (2005/2006)
Special Issue: Selected Papers from The Tenth Conference on English in Southeast Asia
- Mobilising and disabling the desire for empowerment : English and the transition to independence in East Timor, Roslyn Appleby, pp. 3-12. (PDF Version)
- Expressions of self-censorship: ambivalence and difference in Malaysian and Singaporean Chinese women's prose writings in English, Grace Chin, pp. 13-34. (PDF Version)
- The role of bilingualism in Thai education. Suvalee Chinkumtornwong, pp. 35-50.
- Enhancing subject learning through English: insights for content based instruction. Alice Chow, pp. 51-70.
- Reduced vowels in SE Asian English: should we be teaching them? David Deterding, pp. 71-78. (PDF Version)
- Standard English and Borneo. Anthea Fraser Gupta, pp. 79-94.
- Linguistic and cultural implications of English in the art class. Zoe Hurley, pp. 95-104.
- English as a Bruneian language: fact or fiction. Gary M. Jones, pp. 105-111.
- Problematizing empowerment: on the merits and demerits of non-standard models of English in the EIL curriculum. David C. S. Li, pp. 112-131.
- Can we get rid of mixed-code? Dan Lu, pp. 132-145.
- Literary texts and cultural familiarity: a student perspective. Paul Stables, pp. 146-157.
- Enhancing the role of English in the Philippines: focus on the teacher. Maria Luz C. Vilches, pp. 158-176.