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  • Back MatterSource: The Modern Language Journal, Vol. 85, No. 1, Special Issue: A Century of LanguageTeaching and Research: Looking Back and Looking Ahead, Part 2 (Spring, 2001)Published by: Wiley on behalf of the National Federation of Modern Language Teachers AssociationsStable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/330401 .Accessed: 28/06/2014 09:50

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  • The Modern Language Journal VOLUME 85, NUMBER 1, SPRING 2001

    Introduction to the Special Issue: A Century of Language Teaching and Research: Look-

    ing Back and Looking Ahead, Part 2

    JAMES P. LANTOLF ........................... 1

    MLJArticles The Struggle for a Place in the Sun: Rationalizing For-

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    Of Interest to the Profession Congratulations to Award Winners ............ 38

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    Issue Table of ContentsThe Modern Language Journal, Vol. 85, No. 1, Special Issue: A Century of Language Teaching and Research: Looking Back and Looking Ahead, Part 2 (Spring, 2001), pp. 1-168Front MatterIntroduction to the Special Issue: A Century of Language Teaching and Research: Looking Back and Looking Ahead, Part 2 [pp. 1 - 4]The Struggle for a Place in the Sun: Rationalizing Foreign Language Study in the Twentieth Century [pp. 5 - 25]Weighing the Ways of the Flow: Twentieth Century Language Instruction [pp. 26 - 38]The Use of Technology for Second Language Learning and Teaching: A Retrospective [pp. 39 - 56]Progress in Language Classroom Research: Evidence from The Modern Language Journal, 1916-2000 [pp. 57 - 76]Reviewing the Reviews: A Modest History of Policies and Practices [pp. 77 - 91]MLJ Editorial Policy: Reflections on the Profession, Definition of Its Disciplines [pp. 92 - 125]MLJ News & Notes of the Profession [pp. 126 - 130]In Other Professional Journals [pp. 131 - 139]MLJ ReviewsTheory and Practiceuntitled [pp. 140 - 141]untitled [pp. 141 - 143]untitled [pp. 143 - 145]untitled [pp. 145 - 146]untitled [pp. 146 - 148]untitled [pp. 148 - 149]untitled [pp. 149 - 150]untitled [pp. 151 - 152]

    Bilingualismuntitled [pp. 152 - 154]untitled [pp. 154 - 156]

    Catalanuntitled [pp. 156 - 157]

    Chineseuntitled [pp. 157 - 158]

    Frenchuntitled [pp. 158 - 159]untitled [pp. 159 - 160]

    Germanuntitled [pp. 160 - 161]

    Italianuntitled [pp. 161 - 163]

    Japaneseuntitled [pp. 163 - 164]

    Spanishuntitled [pp. 164 - 166]untitled [pp. 166 - 167]untitled [pp. 167 - 168]

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