Reading and writing
03–161 Busbee, Everette (Jeonju U., South Korea; Email: email@example.com). ‘Pushing’ written output in the computer lab: Real-time error correction over students' shoulders. English Teaching (Korea), 57, 3 (2002), 279–302.
03–162 Dyer, Brenda (Tokyo Women's Christian U., Japan) and Friederich, Lee. The personal narrative as cultural artifact: Teaching autobiography in Japan. Written Communication (Thousand Oaks, CA, USA), 19, 2 (2002), 265–96.
03–163 Gascoigne, Carolyn (U. of Nebraska at Omaha, USA). Reviewing reading: Recommend- ations versus reality. Foreign Language Annals (New York, USA), 35, 3 (2002), 343–48.
03–164 Hinkel, Eli (Seattle U., USA; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org). Matters of cohesion in L2 academic texts. Applied Language Learning (Presidio of Monterey, CA, USA), 12, 2 (2001), 111–32.
03–165 Hyland, Ken (City U. of Hong Kong). Directives: Argument and engagement in academic writing. Applied Linguistics (Oxford, UK), 23, 2 (2002), 215–39.
03–166 Kitajima, Ryu (San Diego State U., CA, USA; Email: email@example.com). Enhancing higher order interpretation skills for Japanese reading. CALICO Journal (San Marcos, TX, USA), 19, 3 (2001), 571–81.
03–167 Nakayama, Tomoko (U. of South Australia; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org). Learning to write in Japanese. Babel (AFMLTA) (N. Adelaide, Australia), 37, 1 (2002), 27–38.
03–168 Paltridge, Brian (The U. of Melbourne, Australia; Email: email@example.com). Thesis and dissertation writing: An examination of published advice and actual practice. English for Specific Purposes (Amsterdam, The Netherlands), 21, 2 (2002), 125–43.
03–169 Slikas Barber, Karen (Adult Migrant English Prog., Central TAFE, Perth, Australia). The writing of and teaching strategies for students from the Horn of Africa. Prospect (Macquarie U., Sydney, Australia), 17, 2 (2002), 3–17.
03–170 Sze, Celine. A case study of the revision process of a reluctant ESL student writer. TESL Canada Journal / La Revue TESL du Canada (Burnaby, BC, Canada), 19, 2 (2001), 21–36.
03–171 Woodall, Billy R. (U. of Puerto Rico; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org). Language-switching: Using the first language while writing in a second language. Journal of Second Language Writing (Norwood, NJ, USA), 11, 1 (2002), 7–28.
03–172 Yamashita, Junko (Nagoya U., Japan). Reading strategies in L1 and L2: Comparison of four groups of readers with different reading ability in L1 and L2. ITL Review of Applied Linguistics (Leuven, Belgium), 135–136 (2002), 1–35.
03–173 Yates, Robert (Central Missouri State U., USA; Email: email@example.com) and Kenkel, James. Responding to sentence-level errors in writing. Journal of Second Language Writing (Norwood, NJ, USA), 11, 1 (2002), 29–47.