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Local Ownership in a Language Development Program: Will it Lead to Sustainable Use of Scripture?
by David M. Federwitz
Lutheran Bible Translators, Ghana
The Legacy of Academic Stories in Applied Linguistics
by Karl J. Franklin
Graduate Institute of Applied Linguistics Professor and SIL International
Contrasting the Use of Kamba and Kikuyu Kinship Terms by Deaf and Hearing Individuals in Nairobi, Kenya: A Preliminary Study
by Bethany Heynen and Chelsea Hunt
Graduate Institute of Applied Linguistics Students
“Does Your Frog Speak Korean?”: Challenges of Teaching English to Korean Speakers
by Cheryl A. Luton and John W. Luton
Elizabeth City State University and Wycliffe Associates
The Syllable Contact Law in Mbelime
by Christy Melick
Graduate Institute of Applied Linguistics Student