Dil ve Dilbilimi Çalışmaları Dergisi: Uluslararası Çevrimiçi Dergisi
Kapak Resmi
ISSN 1305-578X | Periyot Yılda 2 Sayı | Başlangıç: 2005 | Yayıncı Hacettepe Üniversitesi |

Journal of Language and Linguistics Studies (JLLS) is a professional, double blind peer-reviewed international journal that aims to involve scholars not only from Turkey, but also from all international academic and professional community. The journal provides a platform for different theoretical and thematic approaches to linguistics and language teaching.


We accept only manuscripts written in English. The editors seek manuscripts that:

·          develop theoretical, conceptual, or methodological approaches to language and linguistics,

·          present results of empirical research that advance the understanding of language and linguistics,

·          explore innovative policies and programs and describe and evaluate strategies for future action, and

·          analyze issues of current interest.

Authors are always welcome to submit their manuscripts for publication consideration.

Dil ve Dilbilimi Çalışmaları Dergisi: Uluslararası Çevrimiçi Dergisi

ISSN 1305-578X | Periyot Yılda 2 Sayı | Başlangıç: 2005 | Yayıncı Hacettepe Üniversitesi |
Kapak Resmi

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Journal of Language and Linguistics Studies (JLLS) is a professional, double blind peer-reviewed international journal that aims to involve scholars not only from Turkey, but also from all international academic and professional community. The journal provides a platform for different theoretical and thematic approaches to linguistics and language teaching.


We accept only manuscripts written in English. The editors seek manuscripts that:

·          develop theoretical, conceptual, or methodological approaches to language and linguistics,

·          present results of empirical research that advance the understanding of language and linguistics,

·          explore innovative policies and programs and describe and evaluate strategies for future action, and

·          analyze issues of current interest.

Authors are always welcome to submit their manuscripts for publication consideration.

Cilt: 13 Sayı: 2 Son Sayı
Cilt 13 - Sayı 2 - Ara 2017
  1. EFL teachers' conceptualizations of their roles through metaphor analysis
    Sayfalar 1 - 13
    Mehmet Asmalı, Handan Çelik
  2. Comparison of Chinese and Turkish EFL learners on the use of Compliment Responses
    Sayfalar 14 - 29
    Ilknur Istifci
  3. Investigating lifelong learning dispositions of faculty members who teach foreign languages
    Sayfalar 30 - 42
    Şenel Elaldı
  4. The children’s foreign language anxiety scale: Reliability and validity
    Sayfalar 43 - 52
    Selami Aydın, Leyla Harputlu, Özgehan Uştuk, Serhat Güzel, Şeyda Savran Çelik
  5. The impact of contextual factors on English language teachers’ beliefs
    Sayfalar 53 - 70
    Ertan Altınsoy, Zuhal Okan
  6. Teaching ELF as a motivation source for learners: An action research study
    Sayfalar 71 - 81
    Emrah Muyan, Mehmet Tunaz
  7. Investigating problems of English literature teaching to EFL high school students in Turkey with focus on language proficiency
    Sayfalar 82 - 95
    Ceren Işıklı, Aslı Özlem Tarakcioglu
  8. The role of academic motivation in predicting preservice EFL teachers’ achievement
    Sayfalar 96 - 108
    Şenay Kırkağaç, Hüseyin Öz
  9. Achievement attributions of preparatory class learners in learning English
    Sayfalar 109 - 135
    Turan Paker, Alev Özkardeş-Döğüş
  10. The impact of online reading tasks and reading strategies on EFL learners’ reading test scores
    Sayfalar 136 - 152
    İsmail Fırat Altay, Ayşe Altay
  11. Investigating ESL/EFL students’ approaches in response to feedback: A case study
    Sayfalar 153 - 181
    Amerah Abdullah Alsharif, Hesham Suleiman Alyousef
  12. Gender related differences in using intensive adverbs in Turkish
    Sayfalar 182 - 189
    Engin Evrim Önem
  13. The role of L+ Turkish and English learning in resilience: A case of Syrian students at Gaziantep University
    Sayfalar 190 - 203
    Emrah Cinkara
  14. Autonomous language learning on Twitter: Performing affiliation with target language users through #hashtags
    Sayfalar 204 - 220
    Osman Solmaz
  15. Translating the metaphor in poetry: A cognitive approach to Le Bateau Ivre and its translation in Turkish
    Sayfalar 221 - 234
    Ruhan Güçlü
  16. Perceptions of the selection criteria of Omani English language teachers: Implications for policy reconsideration
    Sayfalar 235 - 259
    Ali Al-Issa, Ali Al-Bulushi, Rima Al-Zadjali
  17. /æ/ versus /ɑ/: Vowel fossilization in the pronunciation of Turkish English majors: Rehabilitation 1
    Sayfalar 260 - 284
    Mehmet Demirezen
  18. A text world theory approach to the teaching of short stories in an EFL context: A pedagogical stylistic study
    Sayfalar 285 - 295
    Behbood Mohammadzadeh
  19. A constraint-based approach to acquisition of word-final consonant clusters in Turkish children
    Sayfalar 296 - 308
    Burcu Gokgoz-Kurt
  20. International students’ challenges in academic writing: A case study from a prominent U.S. university
    Sayfalar 309 - 323
    Nazmiye Gürel Cennetkuşu
  21. Classroom assessment practices of English language instructors
    Sayfalar 324 - 345
    Meryem Özdemir Yılmazer, Yonca Özkan
  22. Deontic modals in RP-US Visiting Forces Agreement (VFA): A corpus-based analysis
    Sayfalar 346 - 366
    John Paul Obillos Dela Rosa
  23. Comparison of speaking activities in Turkish and English language teaching coursebooks regarding self-assesment grid of CEFR
    Sayfalar 367 - 378
    Gülden Tüm, Gülşah Emre-Parmaksız
  24. Investigation of Turkish EFL learners’ attributions on success and failure in learning English
    Sayfalar 379 - 396
    Aysun Yavuz, Devrim Hol
  25. Factors affecting the use of the self-regulated L2 learning strategies in Turkish FLE context
    Sayfalar 397 - 425
    Dinçay Köksal, Sinem Dündar
  26. Implementation of flipped education into Turkish EFL teaching context
    Sayfalar 426 - 439
    Serkan Boyraz, Gürbüz Ocak
  27. Effects of task planning and rhetorical mode of writing on lexical complexity, syntactic complexity, and overall writing quality of EFL writers’ task performance
    Sayfalar 440 - 464
    Mine Yıldız, Savaş Yeşilyurt
  28. Investigating collocational priming in Turkish
    Sayfalar 465 - 486
    Hakan Cangır, S. Nalan Büyükkantarcıoğlu, Philip Durrant
  29. Students’ perceptions of ‘Good English’ and the underlying ideologies behind their perceptions
    Sayfalar 487 - 509
    Ali Karakaş
  30. Position of the translator as an agent in website localization: The case of Turkey
    Sayfalar 510 - 525
    Sinem Canim Alkan
  31. A study on metadiscoursive interaction in the MA theses of the native speakers of English and the Turkish speakers of English
    Sayfalar 526 - 534
    Zehra Köroğlu, Gülden Tüm
  32. Exploring EFL students' use of writing strategies and their attitudes towards reading-to-write and writing-only tasks
    Sayfalar 535 - 560
    Azimeh Soltani, Shiela Kheirzadeh
  33. Digital self-review and anonymous peer feedback in Turkish high school EFL writing
    Sayfalar 561 - 577
    Ayten Kayacan, Salim Razı
  34. Factors impeding the learning of a second language in Spanish school system: Valladolid University Sample
    Sayfalar 578 - 592
    Orhan Kocaman
  35. Competence in lexical boosters and nativeness in academic writing of English: The possible relation
    Sayfalar 593 - 614
    Cuneyt Demir
  36. Variation in the status of the P and its effects on relative clause construction
    Sayfalar 615 - 631
    Ager Gondra
  37. Collaborative teaching from English language instructors’ perspectives
    Sayfalar 632 - 642
    Hanife Taşdemir, Tuğba Yıldırım
  38. ELT teacher education flipped classroom: An analysis of task challenge and student teachers’ views and expectations
    Sayfalar 643 - 666
    Hatice Karaaslan, Hatice Çelebi
  39. Foreign language anxiety: A study at Ufuk University Preparatory School
    Sayfalar 667 - 680
    Ceyhun Karabıyık, Neslihan Özkan
  40. Integrating cognitive linguistics insights into data-driven learning: Teaching vertical prepositions
    Sayfalar 681 - 719
    Abdurrahman Kilimci
  41. An analysis of Turkey’s Pisa 2015 results using two-level hierarchical linear modelling
    Sayfalar 720 - 727
    Doğu Ataş, Özge Karadağ
  42. A sample corpus integration in language teacher education through coursebook evaluation
    Sayfalar 728 - 740
    Asuman Aşık