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LANGUAGE PROBLEMS IN APPLIED LINGUISTICS: LIMITING THE SCOPE
This article critically discusses the paradigmatic shift in applied linguistics, resulting in a claim that countless real-world language problems fall within its scope, but in reality they weaken the discipline and make it lack a focus. Then it takes a closer look at the nature of these language problems, and picks out, for analysis, real examples of writing problems in ELT in Indonesian context. It further argues that, by focusing primarily on problems in ELT and SLA, applied linguisticsdoi:10.15639/teflinjournal.v25i1/94-121 fatcat:2q5wvnwopjfknn4hfpanwtztou