Applied Linguistics Research & Extension

NOTE: If you are interested in any of our published research and yet you could not access them because of a paywall, we would be pleased to send you our author's copy by writing to us at cas@slsu.edu.ph, or writing directly to the authors below.

2021

Guinto, N. L., Villaverde, B. D., & Manzanilla, S. M. (2021). (Un)thinking the “new” in the new normal: Reflections on ways forward from the Southern Luzon State University. In D. dL Paragas (Ed.), Higher Education Interventions During and Beyond the COVID-19 Pandemic (pp. 57–64). Quezon City, Philippines: University of the Philippines Center for Integrative and Development Studies.

2020

Extension Program: TAWAG (Tutorial with Around the World in Achieving Goals): A Tutorial Development Specialization Training

Proponents: Asst. Prof. Maria Gloria Beco-Nada, Dr. Aprilette C. Devanadera, and Assoc. Prof. Julie Avila

2019

Devanadera, A.C. (2019). Newspapers' text headlines: A discourse analysis on the ideological representation to a female leader. Asian EFL Journal 20(2). pp. 6-19.

Devanadera, A.C. & Alieto, E.O. (2019). Lexical bias among Tagalog-speaking Filipino pre-school children. Asian EFL Journal 24(4). pp. 207-228.

Alieto, E.O., Devanadera, A.C., Buslon, J.B. (2019). Women of K-12: Exploring teachers' cognition in language policy implementation. Asian EFL Journal 24(4). pp. 143-162.

Guinto, N.L. (2019). The place/s of Tagalog in Hong Kong's Central district: Negotiating center-periphery dynamics. Linguistic Landscapes: An International Journal, 5(2). 160-178. DOI: 10.1075/ll.18024.gui

2018

Berowa, A.M.C., Devanadera, A., David, S.M.O. (2018). Attitude toward English among Vietnamese students in the Philippines. Asian EFL Journal 23(3). pp. 126-133.

Devanadera, A.C. (2018). Assessing Vietnamese EFL student’s writing in the light of world Englishes. The Journal of English as an International Language, 13(2.2). pp. 88-105.

Villaverde, B.D. (2018). Revisiting 'Asia(ns)’ in Computer-Mediated Communication Studies. TILAMSIK: The Southern Luzon Journal of Arts and Sciences, 10. 51-64.

2017

Demetrial, A.J. (2017). “Terorista! Terorista?”: Ideological construction of the Moro Muslim identity in the online reports on the Mamasapano clash and Bangsamoro Basic Law. Tilamsik: The Southern Luzon Journal of Arts and Sciences, 9(1). pp. 53-62.

Placino, M. O., Ellaga, J. P. A., Lee, M. J. A., Babia, H. A., Ilano, N. B., Sabas, N. D., Sarabia, J. S., Guinto, N. L., Camson, J. A., Abuel, A. A., Oblena, N., & Radovan, J. L. (2017). Preliminary study on the information technology-business processing management (IT-BPM) industry in CALABARZON: Opportunities, challenges, and problems. TILAMSIK: The Southern Luzon Journal of Arts and Sciences, Working Papers.

2016

Guinto, N. L.. (2016). Composition Errors of Second Year Engineering Students of SLSU: Description and Pedagogical Implications. Tilamsik: The Southern Luzon Journal of Arts and Sciences, 8(2). Retrieved from http://ejournals.ph/form/cite.php?id=9990

2015

Dizon, Joan M. 2015. "Brand(ishing) Power: The politics of a logo". Tilamsik: The Southern Luzon Journal of Arts and Sciences, 8(1). 201-203.

Guinto, N. L. (2015b). Approaching Cultural Differences in the Assessment of Students’ English Compositions. MINSCAT, EDS Business School and TUCST Research Journal 2(2).

Guinto, N. L. (2015a). Defying Orthodoxy: A Critique on the Distinctive Features Theory of Trubetzkoy, Jakobson and Chomsky. Tilamsik: Journal of Research of the Southern Luzon State University College of Arts and Sciences 8(1). 204-208.

Manzanilla, S.M. (2015). Affective Stylistic Analysis of E.L. James’ Fifty Shades of Grey. TILAMSIK: The Southern Luzon Journal of Arts and Sciences, 8(1). 49-60.

2014

Dizon, J. M. (2014). “What’s on your mind? Rhetorics of Identity Construction in Facebook”. Available at https://papers.iafor.org/proceedings/issn-2186-5906-the-asian- conference-on-media- masscommunication-

Guinto, N.L. (2014b). Categorical Analysis of Post-Graduate Research on English Studies in selected Universities and Colleges in Southern Luzon (2001-2011). Siyasig Journal Special Golden Issue.

Guinto, N. L. (2014a). Segmental features of English modeled by selected professors in a state university in the Philippines: Implications in teaching English. International Journal of Research Studies in Language Learning 3(1). 67-80. DOI: 10.5861/ijrsll.2013.475

2013

Guinto, N. L. (2013). Ideological constructions in column titles by two age groups in the Philippines: Implications in language teaching and learning. International Journal of Research Studies in Language Learning 2(5). 105-116. DOI: 10.5861/ijrsll.2013.372

Manzanilla, S.M. (2013). Interactive Weblogs: Breaking Barriers in L2 Writing in the Philippines. Journal of International Education and Business 2013.

Manzanilla, S.M. (2013). Interactive Weblogs: Breaking Barriers in L2 Writing in the Philippines. The Asian Conference on Education 2013 Official Conference Proceedings. ISSN:2186-5892

Villaverde, B.D. (2013). Value-Added Ads: An analysis of award-winning advertisements in the Philippines. The Asian Conference on Media and Mass Communication 2013 Official Conference Proceedings. The International Academic Forum (IAFOR), Nagoya, Aichi, Japan. ISSN: 2186-5906

2012

Guinto, N. L. (2012b). Defying Rhetorical Orthodox: The Filipino Youth and the Structure of their Narrative Essays. Refereed Proceedings of the Annual Conference on Journalism and Mass Communications held at Hotel Fort Canning, Singapore on December 4-7, 2012. DOI: 10.5176/2301-3729_JMComm12.54

Guinto, N. (2012a). Language of Youngblood: The Discourse Practice of Young Column Writers in the Philippiness. Paper published in the Conference Proceedings of the 2nd Asian Conference in Language Learning, held at Ramada Osaka, Osaka, Japan on April 26-28,2012.