Vol. 15, No 1, 2015
January – March, 2015
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These articles have been peer-reviewed and accepted for publication in AIJSS.
|Thai nurses’ persuasive strategies and their impact on foreign patients’ health and behaviour
|4 – 23
|Thai basic school human capital development
|24 – 37
|Does concordance strategy help EFL learners acquire lexical collocation?
|38 – 56
|Learning style preferences of selected Philippine university students: Basis for proposed teaching methodologies in introduction to economics
|57 – 82
|Development of quality control mechanisms for Thai vocational students in a competitive AEC environment
Natcha Tiemitak, Onjaree Natakuatoong and Thitipong Nandhabiwat
|83 – 103
|Using non-scripted role-play to teach speaking skills: A study of English conversation of Thai college students at Yala Rajbhat University
Nuchanan Naksevee and Kemtong Sinwongsywat
|104 – 120