ADJES (Ahmad Dahlan Journal of English Studies)


Journal titleADJES (Ahmad Dahlan Journal of English Studies)
InitialsADJES
AbbreviationADJES (Ahmad Dahlan J. English Stud.)
Frequency2 Issues per Year (March and September)
DOIPrefix 10.26555 
ISSN2356-5012 (print) | 2477-2879 (online)
Editor-in-chiefIkmi Nur Oktavianti
Managing EditorBambang Widi Pratolo
PublisherUniversitas Ahmad Dahlan
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ADJES (Ahmad Dahlan Journal of English Studies) is a journal of English language teaching, linguistics, and literature. The Journal provides in-depth research and analysis in various areas, including English language teaching (methods, strategies, teaching media, assessment, etc.), English Linguistics (phonology, syntax,morphosyntax, semantics, sociolinguistics, etc.), and English literature (including comparative studies and the implementation of literature in English language teaching). It publishes the issues twice a year, March and September.


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Vol 8, No 1 (2021): March

Table of Contents

Articles

Cohesive Devices in English Contents Written by Blog Writers and English Department Students PDF
Gullit T Taufan 1-16
The Main Character's Jealousy as Seen in Gillian Flynn's Gone Girl: A Psychological Approach PDF
Ganesh Yogi Prabowo, Astry Fajria 92-102
The Effect of Teacher’s Code Switching on Vocabulary Acquisition of Senior High School Students: EFL Learners PDF
M. Sofian Hadi, Lidyatul Izzah, Via Rahma Wati 83-91
University Students’ Willingness to Communicate in Virtual Classroom PDF
Hanifah Hanifah, Elsa Ernawati Nainggolan 68-82
A Descriptive Review of Genre-Based Pedagogy Studies (Towards Genre Awareness in EFL Context of Indonesia) PDF
Tri Rina Budiwati 59-67
Teachers’ Misconception about National Assessment and National Examination PDF
Kisno Kisno, Umi Rokhyati, Fenty Nur Fatimah, Rita M Siregar 46-58
Washback of Microteaching Test on EFL Students’ Overseas Teaching Practice PDF
Fitrie Amaelia, Entika Fani Prastikawati 32-45
Philippine Social Constructs Found in Bob Ong’s Stories PDF
Josephine May Grace Aclan Famoso 25-31
An Analysis of Students’ Difficulties in Mastering Phrasal Verbs PDF
Baiq Suprapti Handini, Muhammad Husnu, Marzuki Marzuki 17-24