Graduate School of Human Sciences

Assumption University of Thailand

Chayada Thanavisuth Publications

Thanavisuth, C. & Korakote, N. (2011). Traces of Thainess in Computer- Mediated Communication in English: An Impact on English Language Teaching and Learning. Proceedings of the Fifth ASEAN Linguistics Conference, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Natiladdanon, K. & Thanavisuth, C. (2014). Attitudes, Awareness, and Comprehensibility of ASEAN English Accents: A Qualitative Study of University Students in Thailand. Catalyst, 9, 16-30.

Thanavisuth, C. & Natiladdanon, K. (2014). The identification, comprehension, and perception of three East English varieties: Implications for English teaching in Thailand in Thailand. Proceedings of the 2014 International Conference “Language and Culture Education: Current Perspectives and Future Directions (pp. 73-85). Bangkok, Thailand: Suan Dusit Rajaphat University.

Thanavisuth, C. & Natiladdanon, K. (2016). Teachers’ Attitudes towards Asian Students’ English Accented Speech. Proceeding of the 2nd International Conference on Linguistics and Language Studies, Hong Kong.

Karla, R. & Thanavisuth, C. (2018). Do you Like My English? Thai Students’ Attitudes towards Five Different Asian Accents. Arab World English Journal (AWEJ), 9(4), 281-294

Chang, T.J., Eamoraphan, S., & Thanavisuth, C. (2020). A Comparative Study of Attitudes Toward Learning Chinese as a Foreign Language of Grades 3-4 Students at an International School in Sumut Prakarn, Thailand. Scholar, 12(2), 79-94.

Thanavisuth, C. (2021). Students’ Perceptions of Online Learning During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Study of Undergraduate Students from an International University, Thailand. AU Virtual International Conference 2021, Bangkok, Thailand.

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