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Why Rangi Christians Continue to Practice African Traditional Religion
by Richard Cox, M.A,
Relevance Theory and Discourse Analysis: Complementary Approaches for Translator Training
by Robert A. Dooley, Ph.D.
SIL Americas Area
Towards Culturally Appropriate Adult Education Methodologies for Bible Translators: Comparing Central Asian and Western Educational Practices
by Tim Hatcher, M.A.
SIL North Eurasia Group
The Marked Topic Slot in Ayta Abellen
by Roger Stone
Graduate Institute of Applied Linguistics Student