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Volume 14, Number 2, October 2002

Table of Contents
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Editorial Board

From the Editors
pp. i-ii
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Articles

Redefining Motivation to Read in a Foreign Language
Setsuko Mori, Kyoto Tachibana Women's University
pp. 91-110
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Chinese L1 Schoolchildren Reading in English: The Effects of Rhetorical Patterns
Alastair Sharp, Lingnan University
pp. 111-135
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Top Ten Principles for Teaching Extensive Reading
Richard Day, University of Hawai`i, and Julian Bamford, Bunkyo University
pp. 136-141
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Discussion Forum

Top Ten Principles for Teaching Extensive Reading: A Response
Philip Prowse
pp. 142-145
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Extensive Reading in the Asian Context -- An Alternative View
Tom Robb
pp. 146-147
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Columns and Reviews

English L2 Reading: Getting to the Bottom
Barbara Birch
Two Perspectives

Reviewed by: Jen Tindale
pp. 147-150
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Reviewed by: Steven Brown
pp. 151-154
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Teaching and Researching Reading
William Grabe and Fredericka L. Stoller.
Reviewed by: Philip Hood
pp. 155-157
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Call for Papers
Call for papers for our future Special Topics Issue on methods and applications in reading research. This issue will be guest edited by Elizabeth Bernhardt.

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