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Theses and Comps 2005

Spring 2005 – Thesis

James Perez
Linguistic crossing in sketch comedy: Male and female heteronormativity and male homonormativity

Spring 2005 – Comps

Rula Alquam
Factors contributing to Arabic language maintenance and attrition in Arabic-English bilinguals in the United Sates of America

Sayaka Amano
Negotiation of power relations in speech between customers and telephone operators in Japanese call centers

Yu-Hsin Ko
Hear more than you heard: Language attitudes toward English with accent of native and non-native English speakers

Akiko Kuroki
JFL (Japanese as a Foreign Language) learners’ use of ellipsis in spoken Japanese discourse

Keiko Kusano
Challenges and benefits of cooperative learning in a Japanese as a foreign language classroom

Jangyo Lee
Prior knowledge activation: Involving grammatical terms as a triggering factor

Moises Mata
Spanish ESL learners’ assignment of the indefinite and zero article in two contexts

Kimberly Samaniego
Swedish and English: A contrastive analysis and implications for second language learning

Alfredo Tlatelpa
Assessing a placement test at a community adult school: What do teachers, administrators, and students have to say about it

Summer 2005 – Thesis

Sangbok Kim
A study of multi-verb constructions in Korean: A corpus-based approach

Fall 2005 – Comps

Catherine Coleman
Written Feedback in an ESP Classroom: A Graduate Study

Valerie Ann Humphrey
Motivation to Develop the Knowledge of English as a Second Language among International Students in an Intensive English as a Second Language Program

Alex Lane Igoudin
Adult ESL Students’ Motivation for Participation in Advanced Academic Language Learning

Susan L. Rico
An Analysis of Code-Switching Behavior in Bilingual Spanish and English Speakers Based on the Matrix Language Framework Model and Language Dominance

Jiyyung Youn
Language Anxiety, Planning Time, and Oral Accuracy on Verbs

He-Chun Yu
The Analysis of Errors by English Speakers in Learning Chinese

Theses and Comps