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ASIAN QUARTERLY: An International Journal of Contemporary Issues

May 2012 (10.1), August 2012(10.2), November 2012 (10.3), February 2013 (10.4)
ISSN 2229-581X

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25 271 Jaya Rajagopalan Life Skills Training: A Medium of Social Change 10.4 5-15
26 272 Aparna Mahajan Motifs and Messages in Fairy Tale 10.4 16-36
27 273 Prabha Sampath Convergence and Communication in the Age of Digital Technology 10.4 37-52
28 274 Anssam Ali Flefil Paternal Rejection Versus Filial Insistence Within A Racial Framework In Langston Hughes’ Mulatto: A Play Of The Deep South 10.4 53-67
29 275 Talluri Mathew Bhaskar Swami Vivekananda’s Poetry: An Analytical Study 10.4 68-76
30 276 Sasan Bazgir Whistling in The Silence: A Literary Study of Nissim Ezekiel’s Role in Modern Indian English Poetry 10.4 77-84
31 277 Shirin Shaikh Intriduction of English Language in India: Sowing the Seeds 10.4 85-95
32 278 Shashwati Soumya Hearer’s Interpretation Versus Speaker’s Intent: Exploring Indirect Speech Acts 10.4 96-110
33 279 Masoud Khosravi Conflict Between Tradition and Modernity In Chinua Achebe’s ‘No Longer At Ease’ 10.4 111-122
34 280 Dipali M. Kadam Suniti  Namjoshi’s Feminist Fables: A Feminist Perspective 10.4 123-129
35 281 Nirmala Chinchani Where spirituality and science meet 10.4 130-136
36 282 N. R. Sawant Animal Farm : A Political Allegory 10.4 137-143
37 283 Sneha B. Walwadkar The Code-switched Discourse Markers in Indian English Speech: A Sociolinguistic Perspective 10.4 144-159

 

 

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1 261 Bushra Ni’ma Rashid Intentionality and the Theory of Meaning 10.3 05-30
2 262 Ambika Bhalla Ecofeminism in Margaret Atwood’s Surfacing 10.3 31-42
3 263 Mustafa Mubarak Pathan Computer Assisted Language Testing (CALT) Advantages, Implications and Limitations 10.3 43-62
18 264 Adel Abdulkhaliq Abdulkareem Dulul Teachers' Methodology In Teaching Grammar With Reference To The First Year Students In Departments of English In Yemeni Colleges 10.3 63-81
19 265 S. K. Dhage Outsourcing from India: Towards the English Language Superpower 10.3 82-93
20 266 Vidya. R Patil The History and Development of Drama 10.3 94-113
21 267 Richa Joshi Pandey India Sojourn: Quest for Redemption in Peggy Payne’s Sister India 10.3 114-131
22 268 Zaharabi Z. Khan Alice Walker, The Womanist 10.3 132-136
23 269 Sondos Talib Hassan Objective Questions and Literature Teaching 10.3 137-147
24 270 Snehal Malekar & P.A.Attar Frustration In Christina Stead’s Housewives Due To Suppression Of Talent And Economic Enslavement 10.3 148-160

 

 

ASIAN QUARTERLY: An International Journal of Contemporary Issues

May 2012 (10.1), August 2012(10.2), November 2012 (10.3), February 2013 (10.4)
ISSN 2229-581X

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1  

Mahesh Shinde & Tripti Karekatti

In-Service Primary Teachers’ Beliefs about Teacher Talk in ESL Classrooms 10.2  
2  

Ayad Hammad Ali

The Cultural Implications of Semantic Extension of Animal Iconicity in Arabic and American English

10.2  
3  

Mohan Sambhaji Gholase & Balasaheb Ladgaonkar

Dilemma of  Heroine In Nathaniel Hawthorne’s The Scarlet Letter 10.2  
4  

Anjali Kedari

Sport Counselling in India: A Review through Selective Case Studies 10.2  
5  

Taha Khalaf Salim

Machiavelli's Patrimony

10.2  
6  

Nitisha Pandey

Censorship on Literature With Perspectives On India

10.2  
7  

Sonia Chacko

Nayantara Sahgal’s Rich Like Us—Its Enduring Significance 10.2  
 8  

Mangalkumar R. Patil

Theme of Love and Sex in Kingsley Amis’s That Uncertain Feeling, Take A Girl Like You and Difficulties With Girls

 10.2  
 9   C.K. Ahammed

Problems of Backward Students in Learning English as a Second Language

 10.2  

 

 

ASIAN QUARTERLY: An International Journal of Contemporary Issues

May 2003(1.1), August 2003(1.2), November 2003 (1.3), February 2004 (1.4)

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1 247 Ashutosh Potdar & P.A.Attar Nicola Griffith’s Ammonite: Aliens in Disguise 10.1 09-24
2 248 Rambhau M. Badode Women, Identity and Alternate Spaces For Survival in Githa Hariharan's Thousand Faces of Night 10.1 25-40
3 249 Nivrutti Patil Kiran Desai’s The Inheritance Of Loss: How To Regain The Lost Paradise? 10.1 41-44
4 250 M.S. Tamboli Theme of Alienation in the Novels of Toni Morrison 10.1 45-63
5 251 Nitisha Pandey The Wisdom of The Bhagwat Gita in The Poems of Swami Vivekananda 10.1 64-74
6 252 Subrata Deb & Tapashi Barman The Diaspora’s Search for an Identity in Jhumpa Lahiri’s The Namesake 10.1 75-84
7 253 Pragya Bajpai Triumphs and Failures of Human Relationship: Dina Mehta’s And Some Take A Lover 10.1 85-96

 

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1 1 Munira Lokhandwala Interview of Professor Pillai, Director, NAAC 1.1 05-12
2 2 Harinder Seera A Cultural Foray into the Sukuma and the Masai Tribes 1.1 13-15
3 3 Sanjeev Nalavade Asia: The Land of Contrasts 1.1 16-24
4 4 V.N.Jha Sentence Beyond Grammatical Boundary 1.1 25-29
5 5 Rama Gautam Indianisation of English Orthography: A Socio-Linguistic Perspective 1.1 30-39
6 6 D.N.Mishra Biorevolution and Transgenic Characters in Hindu Mythology 1.1 40-50
7 7 Arunkumar Barthakur Frontiers of Press Freedom 1.1 51-57
8 8 S.S.Chopra Pragmatics of Advertising 1.1 58-68
9 9 V.Saraswathi Pragmatic Competence: A neglected Area in Indian ESL 1.1 80-87
10 10 Nozer Niazi Talking is Doing 1.1 88-90
11 11 B.S.Valke, Rama Gautam, Munira Lokhandwala An Interview with Sudha Rao, Director, NIEPA 1.2 05-13
12 12 B.S.Valke Multiculturalism and English Language and Literature Teaching 1.2 14-19
13 13 Nozer Niazi The Strategies behind employing Indirect Speech Acts (Politeness, Hedging, Multifunctionality & Effectiveness) 1.2 20-27
14 14 Jayashree Upadhye WTO and Processed Food Export: An Evaluation 1.2 28-36
15 15 B.A.Jarange Inferencing in Conversation 1.2 37-54
16 16 Gard Brekke A Decimal Number is a pair of whole numbers 1.2 55-66
17 17 Madhuri Gokhale Indian English and the Teaching of Grammar in the Indian Classroom. 1.2 78-86
18 18 Rama Gautam Computer aided Instruction & Multimedia in the Indian classroom 1.2 87-93
19 19 Ashok Thorat Higher Education in India 1.3 07-11
20 20 Rama Gautam & Munira Lokhandwala An Interview with BKS Iyengar 1.3 12-20
21 21 Gard Brekke Diagnostic Assessment: Assessment tools developed on the basis of the KIM Project 1.3 21-36
22 22 Harsha Chatrath Surfactants 1.3 37-41
23 23 Shridhar Gokhale Chomskys Contribution to Linguistics 1.3 42-47
24 24 Pushpinder Syal Literary Theory and Cultural Practice 1.3 48-54
25 25 Punjabrao Ronge Turn Taking 1.3 70-76
26 26 Rohit Kawale Pragmatics of Humour 1.3 77-88
27 27 Madhuri Gokhale & Ritika Roy Choudhary An Interview with Dr. Khubchandani, an Eminent Sociologist 1.4 07-15
28 28 Z.N.Patil India and Vietnam 1.4 16-22
29 29 Sharmishtha Matkar World Trade Organisation (WTO) and Services 1.4 23-42
30 30 Chetan Deshmane Literature and Psychoanalysis 1.4 43-56
31 31 Linda Lane The Economics of Female Breadwinning 1.4 57-70
32 32 Uddhav Ashturkar Semantico-Syntactic Divisions in the Language of Poetry: A Stylistic Approach 1.4 80-88
33 34 Morteza Khodabandhehlo Context-Based Approach: An Offshoot of Language and Curriculum Innovation 1.4 89-93

 

ASIAN QUARTERLY: An International Journal of Contemporary Issues

May 2005 (3.1), August 2005 (3.2), November 2005 (3.3), February 2006(3.4)

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1 54 Ashok Thorat & Munira Lokhandwala An Interview with Prof. Rajendra Singh, an eminent Socio-linguist 3.1-3.2 05-19
2 55 R.G.Kothari & Prerna Shelat Issues & Directions in Teacher Education at Secondary Level 3.1-3.2 20-33
3 56 R.Raj Rao The Second Disruption: Teaching Creative Writing to M.A(English) Students 3.1-3.2 34-41
4 57 Gbenga Sesan Strategic positioning for Tomorrows Accountant 3.1-3.2 42-52
5 58 Jaspal Kaur Singh Colonial Desire, (Hyper) Masculinity, and Hybridity in (Post) Colonial Fiction 3.1-3.2 53-82
6 59 S.K.Dhage International Incidence of Poverty and Poverty Situation in India 3.1-3.2 83-103
7 60 Bhaiyya Joshi Simply Technical: Looking for the Write Stuff 3.1-3.2 112-121
8 61 Anand Kulkarni A Case for English as a Signifier of Indian Sensibilty 3.1-3.2 122-130
9 62 Munira Lokhandwala Identity and Language with Special Reference to English in Indian Contexts 3.1-3.2 131-138
10 63 Ashok Thorat An Interview with Jayanta Mahapatra 3.3-3.4 07-15
11 64 Ashok Thorat Emerging Job Sector & the Need for Revamping the Syllabi in Indian Universities 3.3-3.4 16-23
12 65 Harsha Chatrath Flower Indicators 3.3-3.4 24-30
13 66 Ayid Sharyan Pragmatics and Arabic Fiction 3.3-3.4 31-54
14 67 Lachman Khubchandani Language and Communication 3.3-3.4 55-63
15 68 S.B.Chandekar Evolution of Human Consciousness 3.3-3.4 64-72
16 69 Abbas Goudarzi Linguistics and Literary Theory 3.3-3.4 73-81
17 70 Udhav Ashtekar Understanding Poetry: A Stylistic Approach 3.3-3.4 92-100
18 71 Mohammed Rizwan Khan Student Perception of ESL Learning at Aligarh Muslim University: A Sociolinguistic Study of Attitudes and Responses 3.3-3.4 101-113

 

ASIAN QUARTERLY: An International Journal of Contemporary Issues

May 2006 (4.1), August 2006 (4.2), November 2006 (4.3), February 2007

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1 72 Azita Satar & Rahman Paryad Teaching and learning in the Higher Education Curriculum 4.1 05-16
2 73 Arjun Jadhav & P.K.Chand Tamasha 4.1 17-25
3 74 Mojgan Eyvazi Man and Myth 4.1 26-34
4 75 D.N.Mishra Physiological Response of Oat Plant (Avena Sativa L.C.V.Kent) in Relation to Productivity under Salt Stress Conditions 4.1 35-44
5 76 B.A.Jarange Conversational Discourse in Fiction 4.1 45-50
6 77 Abbas Lokhandwala Customer Relationship Management 4.1 51-58
7 78 Valentina P.Ivanova Military and Political English in Mass Media 4.1 59-67
8 79 Siloo Chopra Communicative Language Teaching: Principles and Practices 4.1 68-80
9 80 Mabel Fernandes Whose English is it Anyway? A Postcolonial Rationale 4.1 81-87
10 81 Ashok Thorat, Munira Lokhandwala & MAdhuri Gokhale Interview of M.L.Tickoo 4.2 05-13
11 82 Ashok Thorat Social Meaning of Politeness: A Study of Address Terms and Greetings 4.2 14-20
12 83 Rahman Paryad & Payam Bahrami A Longitudinal Study of Physics Achievement Gains for Initially Low Achieving Students 4.2 21-43
13 84 Jafar Askari Irani Speech Acts and Functions and some solutions through Pragmatics to help Upper Intermediate English Learners 4.2 44-54
14 85 I.R.Draxi William Faulkners Flappers 4.2 55-63
15 86 Mariam Noronha Branding: Some Perspectives 4.2 64-70
16 87 Anand Kulkarni Harold Pinter: Anxiety Revisited and Theatre 4.2 78-84
17 88 B.S.Valke Please Dont be Afraid of Me 4.2 85-89
18 89 V.Sarasvathi Pragmatic Competence: A Neglected Area 4.3 07-15
19 90 Pramod Talgeri Globalisation and the Proliferation of English 4.3 16-23
20 91 S.B.Gokhale Indian English as a Vehicle of Indian Literature 4.3 24-30
21 92 Anand Kulkarni A Case for English as a Signifier 4.3 31-38
22 93 Ayid Sharyan Pragmatics and Arabic Fiction 4.3 39-62
23 94 Nozar Niazi The Strategies behind Employing Indirect Speech Acts 4.3 63-70
24 95 B.A.Jarange Inferencing in Conversation 4.3 71-88
25 96 Punjabrao Ronge Turn-taking 4.3 89-96
26 97 Ashok Thorat Cooperative Principle and Politeness Principle 4.3 97-101
27 98 B.A.Jarange Conversational Discourse in Fiction 4.3 102-107
28 99 Valentina Ivanova Military and Political English in Mass Media 4.3 108-116
29 100 Ashok Thorat & Dhanashree Thorat Interview of Prof. Jacob Mey 4.4 03-15
30 101 Sarosh Soonawala The Parsees and the Nationalist Movement in Bombay 4.4 16-21
31 102 Julia Todoli & Rosana Dolon Unmasking Metaphors 4.4 22-37
32 103 Vinay Deep Rathi Recontextualisation the Role of First Language in Second Language Learning: A Socio-cultural Perspective on English Teaching in Rural Indian Contexts 4.4 38-42
33 104 A.P.Patil Self-Invited Death of a Jew in Arthur Millers Broken Glass 4.4 43-53
34 105 A.S.Bagul Acculturation of a Writer: A Case Study 4.4 54-63
35 106 Usha Ganesh Indian English as a Variety of English 4.4 71-81
36 107 Sanjay Arora Advertising is Poetry in Quest of Sale 4.4 82-92

 

ASIAN QUARTERLY: An International Journal of Contemporary Issues

May 2007 (5.1), August 2007 (5.2), November 2007 (5.3), February 2008 (5.4)

S.NoArticle NoAuthorTitleVolume & Issue NoPage No
1 108 Ashok Thorat English in India: Refraction Phenomenon 5.1 05-13
2 109 V.Saraswathy The Non-Native Speaker: In search of an Identity 5.1 14-26
3 110 Richard Janney Postcolonial Pragmatics 5.1 27-42
4 111 Uddhav Ashturkar Understanding Poetry: A Stylistic Approach 5.1 43-57
5 112 S.A.Mujumdar Contextual Significance of English Language and Literature in Teaching and Learning Process 5.1 58-66
6 113 Munira Lokhandwala Code Switching and Code Mixing: An Integral Part of Indians English 5.1 67-88
7 114 Ashok Chaskar Multiculturalism: A Social Ideology 5.1 89-94
8 115 Rosana Dolon & Julia Todoli A Critical Approach to the Discursive Construction of Identity in Letters of Application: Implicatures, Presuppositions and Discursive Representations of Social Actors 5.2 05-24
9 116 J.Sundarsingh Indianised English in Shashi Deshpandes That Long Silence 5.2 25-41
10 117 D.N.Mishra A Study of Jvara Ikitsa (Treatment of Fever) with Reference to Classical Sanskrit Medical Texts 5.2 42-56
11 118 Asha N.Rabb Women and Silver Screen 5.2 57-63
12 119 Harsha Chatrath Vitamins 5.2 64-81
13 120 Kailash C.Baral Critical Pedagogy and English Studies in India 5.2 82-98
14 121 Sujata Hazarika Social Change in Contemporary India: Impact of Transnational Television 5.3 05-24
15 122 Maya Khemlani David Threatening Faces in Malaysian Parliamentary Debates 5.3 25-56
16 123 Ashok Thorat Indian English: Acculturation of an Alien Language 5.3 57-66
17 124 Valentina Ivanova Military and Political English in Mass Media 5.3 67-74
18 125 Seemita Mohanty Teaching Communication Skills to Engineering Students 5.3 75-85
19 126 Munira Lokhandwala The Cultural Nuances of English in Non-Native Contexts 5.3 86-104
20 127 Richard Janney Postcolonial Pragmatics 5.4 05-21
21 128 Ashok Thorat Pragmatic Competence and Socio-Psychological Growth 5.4 22-26
22 129 Sujata Hazarika Women of Tea Gardens: Construction of Identity and Status through Cultural Root Metaphors 5.4 27-42
23 130 Nishamani Kar Expounding The Voice of the Shuttle: A Study of Taslima Nasreen 5.4 43-54
24 131 Anar Ravindra Salunke Strategies of Surviving Violence: Contemporary Trends in Indian English Drama 5.4 55-62
25 132 Mukul Joshi Illusions and Discoveries: India in the British Imagination 5.4 63-73
26 133 Shirin Shaikh Teaching Vocabulary at the Intermediate Level 5.4 74-86
27 134 Dhanashree Thorat Backward and Forward 5.4 87-93

 

ASIAN QUARTERLY: An International Journal of Contemporary Issues

May 2008 (6.1), August 2008 (6.2), November 2008 (6.3), February 2009 (6.4)

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1 135 Maya David Sensitizing Language Learners to Cultural Variability in Speech Acts 6.1 09-23
2 136 Makhan L Tickoo Native And Non-Native Roles In English Language Education: Some Thoughts For An Alternative 6.1 24-47
3 137 Uddhav Ashturkar Adil Jussawallas Approaching Santa Cruz Airport, Bombay : An Exercise in Classroom Stylistics 6.1 48-62
4 138 Arjun Jadhav Speech Acts in Mulk Raj Anands Untouchable 6.1 63-72
5 139 Shaheen Patel Is Ibsens Mrs. Alving a Feminist Alone? 6.1 73-83
6 140 Sabiha A. Faras Culture-Specific Elements In Venu Chitales In Transit 6.1 84-97
7 141 Krishnanjan Bhattacharjee Importance of PowerPoint Presentation as a Medium in the Information Age Communication System 6.1 98-108
8 142 Sheri Wells-Jensen, Stephanie Hughes & Derek E. Daniels What Classroom Language Teachers Should Know About Communication Disorders 6.2 09-32
9 143 Asha Tickoo Information Design and Language Learning 6.2 33-60
10 144 Kunjaban Patel Rhetorical Structures in Oriya and English 6.2 61-69
11 145 Manasi Bera & Sanjeev Sonawane Traditional Yoga for Value Education

 

6.2 70-84
12 146 Munira Lokhandwala Use of Proverbs as a Discourse Strategy 6.2 85-93
13 147 Umesh Jagadale Non-Locutionary Means of Perlocution in Drama: An Austinian Perspective On The Monkeys Paw 6.2 94-100
14 148 Ashok Thorat & Khunakorn Khongchana Code-Switching and Code-Mixing: A Terminological Problem 6.3 09-18
15 149 Sanjay Sanap The Lexical Patterns in Indian Newspaper Headlines 6.3 19-34
16 150 Mojgan Yarahmadi A Comparative Study of The Effect of Text-Generation on Incidental Vocabulary Learning in EFL And ESL Contexts 6.3 35-48
17 151 M.L.Jadhav Literature And Environment: A Perspective on Studies in Ecocriticism 6.3 49-62
18 152 Sabiha A. Faras Linguistic Markers of Solidarity In The Novels of Venu Chitale and Khushwant Singh 6.3 63-73
19 153 Krishnanjan Bhattacharjee The Non-Native Phenomena of English in Worldwide Web 6.3 74-99
20 154 Lachman M. Kubchandani Chutnefying English 6.4 09-23
21 155 Kunjaban Patel Discourse Markers in Oriya and English 6.4 24-29
22 156 Anand Kulkarni Contemporary Critical Theory: Its Nature and Application 6.4 30-34
23 157 Rohit Kawale The Passive in English 6.4 35-49
24 158 Fatemeh Azizmohammadi Literary Antecedents of the Absurd 6.4 50-56
25 159 Umesh Jagadale Speech Situations In Radio Plays: A Pragmatic Analysis Of Seven Steps Around The Fire 6.4 57-74
26 160 Sunil Jadhav Ironical Treatment Of Imperialism In J. G. Farrells Novel : The Siege of Krishnapur 6.4 75-79
27 161 Naushad Shaikh Neuro Linguistic Programming: Learning and Teaching in Formal Education and ESL 6.4 80-95

 

ASIAN QUARTERLY: An International Journal of Contemporary Issues

May 2009 (7.1), August 2009 (7.2), November 2009 (7.3), February 2010 (7.4)

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1 162 Sabita Tripathy Sri Aurobindos Rodogune: A Configuration of Love, Gender and Power 7.1 09-28
2 163 P.A.Attar Audrey Thomas Short Stories: Creative Representation of Feminist Stance 7.1 29-34
3 164 Aarati Mujumdar Reader Response to Non-native student Writing 7.1 35-56
4 165 Chandrakant A. Langare The Politics of Evil and Anarchism in Joseph Conrads The Secret Agent 7.1 57-66
5 166 Shirin Shaikh The Importance of Vocabulary Development at the Intermediate Level 7.1 67-76
6 167 Muktaja Mathkari Jai Nimbkars Come Rain as a Post Colonial Novel 7.1 77-86
7 168 L. G. Jadhav Corridors of Knowledge (A Novel) : As a Campus Novel 7.1 87-96
8 169 Rohit S. Kawale Functions of the Passive in Indian English 7.2 09-21
9 170 Sabita Tripathy Relational Autonomy of Woman in Shashi Deshpandes Moving On 7.2 22-27
10 171 Muktaja V. Mathkari Purdah: A Feminist Perspective 7.2 28-34
11 172 Nanda Kishore Mishra Soul Mountain: A Cornucopia Xingjians Stories Of Self And Other 7.2 35-44
12 173 Jayashree Upadhye Vocational Training: A Catalyst To Empower Rural Women 7.2 45-65
13 174 Ahmed Hameed Ubeid Eugene Oneills Desire Under The Elms: A Classical Tragedy In A Modern Spirit 7.2 66-77
14 175 Dhanashree Thorat Firdaus Desires: A Lacanian Reading of Woman at Point Zero 7.2 78-83
15 176 Umesh Jagadale Hypothetical Models of Speech Situations in Drama: A Pragmatic Spotlight 7.2 84-98
Issue No: 7.3 ISBN 819096970-6
16 177 Ashok Thorat Code-switching: A Study of Intertextual Operators 7.3 09-20
17 178 Maria Sivenkova Sincerity in Interaction: A Study of English-Russian-French Communicative Acts of Disclosure 7.3 21-50
18 179 Rohit S. Kawale Absurdity in Waiting for Godot: A Pragmatic View 7.3 51-59
19 180 S. B. Bhambar Anita Desais Journey to Ithaca: Poetic Expression to Indian Philosophy 7.3 60-70
20 181 Charu C. Mishra Postcolonial Inquiry into Rohinton Mistrys Ethnic & Dalit Discourse 7.3 71-82
21 182 Nayyar Jahan Khushwant Singhs Delhi A Study 7.3 83-96
Issue No: 7.4 ISBN 978-81-909697-1-0
22 183 Rajaram S. Zirange Feminist Science Fiction: Images of Future Women 7.4 09-18
23 184 Chandrakant A. Langare Autobiography as an Emergent Mode of Dalit Discourse 7.4 19-29
24 185 Munira Lokhandwala Indirect Speech Acts: A Study of The Responses In The Indian Context 7.4 30-45
25 186 P.M. Patil A Comparative Image of Gandhi in Chaman Nahals The Gandhi Quartet and Paul Scotts The Raj Quartet 7.4 46-55
26 187 Ahmed H.Ubeid Elizabethan Tragedy: A Thematic and Structural Study 7.4 56-77
27 188 Ramesh Tibile Homi K. Bhabha: A Thinker for the 21st Century 7.4 78-84
28 189 Sharad A.Gadekar Sheridans The School for Scandal as High Comedy 7.4 85-93
29 190 P.D.Deshmukh & A.G.Khan Cultural location and Identity: Diasporic Experience in Chitra Banerjee 7.4 94-104

 

ASIAN QUARTERLY: An International Journal of Contemporary Issues

May 2010 (8.1), August 2010 (8.2), November 2010 (8.3), February 2011 (8.4)

S.NoArticle NoAuthorTitleVolume & Issue NoPage No
Issue No: 8.1 ISBN 978-81-909697-2-7
1 191 P. A. Attar The Raj Quartet: A Repository of Paul Scotts Colonial Discourse 8.1 09-18
2 192 Mustafa Mubarak Pathan Txting or Devi8ing?: Language Of Sms From Stylistic Perspective 8.1 19-31
3 193 Rajashri Barvekar Jai Nimbkar's Come Rain: Explorations Into The Feminist Consciousness 8.1 32-40
4 194 Ramesh Tibile Ganesh Devys Theory Of Historiography 8.1 41-54
5 195 Samadhan S. Mane Pragmatics of Advertising Discourse: A Presuppositional Approach 8.1 55-61
6 196 Nanda Kishore Mishra Gita Mehtas A River Sutra: A Quest For Love And Redemption 8.1 62-71
7 197 Ahmed H. Ubeid Eugene O'Neill's Mourning Becomes Electra: A Classical Tragedy In Modern Perspective 8.1 72-87
8 198 Shirin Shaikh Better Opportunities For Language Teaching Through Communicative Approach 8.1 88-96
Issue No: 8.2 ISBN 978-81-909697-3-4
9 199 Ashok Thorat Area of Research and Topic of research 8.2 09-12
10 200 Charul Jain & Madhurita Choudhary Actions Speak Louder Than Words? : Non-Verbal Mis/Communication 8.2 13-20
11 201 R. Pushkala & S. Padmasani Kannan R. K. Narayans Malgudi Menu: An Ethnic Fare 8.2 21-30
12 202 Muktaja V. Mathkari Eugene O'Neill's Desire Under The Elms As A Feminist Play 8.2 31-39
13 203 Ahmed H. Ubeid Classical Tragedy: A Thematic and Structural Study 8.2 40-57
14 204 Noorani S. I Theme of Partition in H. S. Gills Ashes And Petals 8.2 58-73
15 205 Shakuntala Kunwar Post-Colonialism as a Dialogical Metaphor in The Inheritance Of Loss 8.2 74-85
16 206 R.G.Hegde Indian English Political Fiction: Narrative Strategies 8.2 86-103
Issue No : 8.3 ISSN 2229-581X
17 207 Ashok Thorat Code-Mixing: An Indian Way of Organising Meaning 8.3 09- 21
18 209 Sanjeev Sonawane & Lalita Vartak Peer Tutoring: Using Poster and Computer Presentations 8.3 22-38
19 210 R. Pushkala & S. Padmasani Kannan Ethnic Culture as Revealed in The Novels of R. K. Narayan 8.3 39-57
20 211 Pradnya V. Ghorpade A Realistic Picture of Gender Discrimination in Arundhati Roys The God of Small Things 8.3 58-63
21 212 H.B.Patil The Theme of Loneliness In The Novels Of Hugh Maclennan 8.3 64-78
22 213 Sandip B. Parit Theme of Violence in John Osbornes Look Back In Anger 8.3 79-90
23 214 Pratibha S. Gaikwad Foreign Direct Investment In The Food Processing Industry Sector of India 8.3 91-112
24 215 Kasempattana Poolsawas V.S. Naipaul: A Diasporic Writer of Indian Origin 8.4 09-17
25 216 Madhuri Gokhale The Use of Mobile Phone Technology in English Language Teaching 8.4 18-23
26 217 Vaishali J.Shinde The Rhetoric of Advertisement: The Print Media 8.4 24-44
27 218 Sabita Tripathy Straddling Between Two Cultures In Jhumpa Lahiris The Namesake 8.4 45-58
28 219 Shubhangi Jarandikar Fusion of the Eastern and the Western Poetics in the Poetry of Arvind Krishna Mehrotra 8.4 59-66
29 220 Umesh S. Jagadale Marginalization In The Thakurs Well And Other Stories: A Pragmatic Perspective 8.4 67-80
30 222 Santosh V. Koti Tradition: A Nativistic Literary Canon in African Critical Discourse 8.4 81-87
31 223 S.S.Upase Use of Dramatic Irony In Karnads Plays: A Study 8.4 88-104

 

ASIAN QUARTERLY: An International Journal of Contemporary Issues

May 2011 (9.1), August 2011 (9.2), November 2011 (9.3), February 2012 (9.4)
ISSN 2229-581X

S.NoArticle NoAuthorTitleVolume & Issue NoPage No
1 224 R.S. Zirange Inter-Textual Weaving In the Fiction of Angela Carter 9.1 09-32
2 225 Nayyar Jahan Khushwant Singhs ParadiseAnd Lifes Horoscope A Critical Study 9.1 33-39
3 226 Sasan Bazgir Two Poets, One Concern: A Comparative study of T.S. Eliots The Waste Land
and Nissim Ezekiels Selected Poems
9.1 40-50
4 227 Deepali Patil Exploring Possibilities: Creative Writing as an Effective Means of Communication 9.1 51-59
5 228 Ramesh Tibile Gauri Vishwanathan: An Indian Literary Theorist 9.1 60-75
6 229 Muktaja Mathkari Motherhood and Self-assertion in Margaret Laurences A Jest of God 9.1 76-89
7 230 Shirin Shaikh Enriching Learners Vocabulary 9.1 90-106
8 231 Sanjay Madhavrao Sathe Decadence of Urdu Culture in Ania Desais In Custody 9.1 107-112
9 232 A.M.Sarwade Realization of the Speech Act of Request: A Study of Indian Speakers of English 9.2 09-34
10 233 Shashwati Soumya Analysis of Indirect Speech Acts in the Master-Servant Relationship in selected Modern Indian Novels 9.2 49-57
11 234 Hussein Musa Kadhim Al-Nasrawi Performance of the Iraqi EFL University students in Writing Compositions: Error Analysis 9.2 58-77
12 235 Wiwat Thongwad The Communicative Language Instruction in Nongkhai Province, Thailand 9.2 78-94
13 236 Jaywant A. Mhetre The Theme of Sexuality in the Fiction of Angela Carter 9.2 95-104
14 237 Sabiha Faras Linguistic Hybridity in Anita Rau Badamis Tamarind Mem 9.3 09-18
15 238 Hussein Musa Kadhim Al-Nasrawi Purposive Expressions in the Shakespearian Tragedy of Macbeth: Discourse Analysis 9.3 19-42
16 239 LalitaVartak & GargeeMitra Using Constructivist techniques for teaching Science Education to B.Ed. students 9.3 43-58
17 240 Rafi' M. Hussein Prophet Mohammad's Farewell Sermon (PBUH) An Eclectic Essence of Arabic Discourse 9.3 59-85
18 241 Barnali Bhavsar & Madhuri Gokhale Developing the Skill of Extensive Reading Among Young Learners 9.3 86-93
19 242 Sharad Gadekar Application of the Cooperative Principle to Mulk Raj Anands The Lost Child and Lajwanti 9.3 94-104
20 243 Manaal Jassim Muhammad A Pragmatic Study of Request Strategies in Mother-child Dyads 9.4 09-42
21 244 Adel Abdulkhaliq Abdulkarim Dulul English Grammar Teaching Methods at First and Second Year Levels in Yemeni Colleges: An Investigation 9.4 43-66
22 245 Mohammad Naji Hussain Society as a Victimizer in Thomas Hardy's Tess of the D'Urbervilles 9.4 67-76
23 245 Taha Khalaf Salim Machiavellism in Marlowes The Jew of Malta 9.4 77-89
24 246 H. K. Awatade Understanding Elipsis in Literary Discourse with Reference to the Novels of Julian Barnes 9.4 90-96