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Accepting the fact that culture and language are interrelated in second language learning (SLL), the Web sites should be designed to integrate with the cultural aspects. Yet many SLL Web sites fail to integrate with the cultural aspects and/or focus on language acquisition only. This study identified three issues: 1) anthropologists' cultural models mostly adopted in cross-cultural Web user interface have been superficially used; 2) Web designers deal with culture as a fixed one which needs todoi:10.1080/10494820.2012.745427 fatcat:znyzllqizndexmtmpy4xbnr2vq