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Unit # TopicsLecturer Summary Reference Lecture Notes
1 Introduction Prof. Michiko Nakano, Waseda University Summary   Introduction
2 Theorical Background Dr. Larry E. Smith, International Association for World Englishes Summary

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Prof. Anne Pakir, National University of Singapore   Reference Lec3_1
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3 Singapore English Prof. Anne Pakir, National University of Singapore   Reference Lec1_1
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4 Indian English Prof. Tej K. Bhatia, Syracuse University Summary Reference Lec1_1
5 Malay English Prof. Azirah Hashim, University of Malaya Summary Reference Malay English 1
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6 Philippine English Prof. Danilo T. Dayag, De La Salle University Summary Reference Philippine English 1(1)
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7 Thai English Dr Sudaporn Luksaneeyanawin, Chulalongkorn University     Thai English 1
Thai English 2
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8 China English Prof. Yueping Wang, Capital Normal University     Chinese English Introduction
Chinese English 1(1)
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9 Hong Kong English Prof. Tony T.N. Hung, Hong Kong Baptist University Summary Reference Hong Kong English 1(1)
Hong Kong English 1(2)
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Hong Kong English Grammar
10 Korean English Prof. Kyung-Ja Park, Korea University Summary Reference Linguistic Features(1)
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Paralinguistics and Socio cultural Differences Status_Gender and Korean

An Overview of the Pronunciation of Korean Speakers of English

Syntactic Transfer by Korean Learners of English

Paralinguistics & Socio-cultural Difference

Prof. Kyutae Jung, Hannam University Summary Reference Lec2_1
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11 Japanese English Japanese English at the Junior High school Level

Prof. Michiko Nakano, et al., Waseda University

Japanese English at the High school Level, Prof Koichi Ano, Ibaraki University

Japanese English at the University Level, Prof. Michiko Nakano et al., Waseda University

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Junior High English
:Introduction
:Background

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Japanese English at the High school Level, Prof Koichi Ano, Ibaraki University

 

 

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Japanese English at the University Level, Prof. Michiko Nakano et al., Waseda University Summary

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