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6. If power and politics inevitably play a role in identifying and defining real-world problems, how should we conceive of the “problem-solving accountability” of the field of Applied Linguistics?

Home Research debates AILA Review 31/2018 – Transdisciplinarity in Applied Linguistics: Scrutinizing the real-world enterprise 6. If power and politics inevitably play a role in identifying and defining real-world problems, how should we conceive of the “problem-solving accountability” of the field of Applied Linguistics?

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