Aprillette C. Devanadera
Asst. Prof. Aprillette C. Devanadera, PhD
Assistant Professor I
Program Chair, MA in Applied Linguistics (January 2020-present)
Program Chair, BA Communication (January 2020-September 2021)
Adviser, Association of Communication Students (2014-2015)
Areas of Specialization: Linguistic Landscape, Language Teaching, Journalism
Doctor of Philosophy in Applied Linguistics (2019)
De La Salle University (Manila, Philippines)
CHED K-12 Transition Scholar
Master of Arts in Applied Linguistics (2012)
Southern Luzon State University (Lucban, Quezon, Philippines)
Bachelor of Arts in Journalism
Polytechnic University of the Philippines (Sta. Mesa, Manila, Philippines)
COM02 – Communication Theories
COM03 – Print Media Principles and Practices
COM08 – Organizational Communication
COM17 – Communication Management and Entrepreneurship
Research and Publications
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.
Berowa, A.M.C., Devanadera, A., David, S.M.O. (2018). Newspapers' text headlines: A discourse analysis on the ideological representation to a female leader. 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.
Updated: June 6, 2020