EduLite: Journal of English Education, Literature and Culture

EduLite Journal of English Education, Literature and Culture is a blind peer review international journal which publishes manuscripts within the fields of teaching English as a first, second or foreign language, English language teaching and learning, English language teachers' training and education, English language and literary studies, literature, and cultures in general (more on focus & scope). It is published by College of Languages and Communication Science (former Language Faculty), Universitas Islam Sultan Agung twice a year in February and August (P-ISSN: 2477-5304, E-ISSN: 2528-4479); The article submission, as well as the review process, are not subject of any charge (FREE), but the publication fee (ONLY if published). It has been accredited LEVEL 2 or SINTA 2 on 14 January 2019 by Indonesia Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education (Ristekdikti) of The Republic of Indonesia as an achievement for the Peer-reviewed journal which has excellent quality in management and publication. The recognition was published in Director Decree (No. SK: 3/E/KPT/2019) and effective until 2022. This journal also has become a member of CrossRef. Therefore, all articles published by this journal will have unique DOI number.


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In the aim of improving the quality of the Journal, since 15 August 2018 EduLite Journal officially had made cooperation with Persaudaraan Dosen Republik Indonesia (The association of Lecturers of Indonesia). See The MoU Manuscript.

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The Change of Article Template

 

To improve the acceptability of Edulite's performance regarding the government's rule and the international standard on journal's template, we have made some changes in the template of article since the publication of Volume 3, Number 2, August 2018.

 
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Vol 6, No 1 (2021): February 2021

Table of Contents

The effect of microteaching lesson study on the beliefs of EFL student teachers
Fitri Budi Suryani, Rismiyanto Rismiyanto
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1-9
Reassessing second language reading comprehension: Insights from the psycholinguistics notion of sentence processing
Hardian Zudianto, Ashadi Ashadi
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10-27
Developing English learning materials for computer network engineering students at peripheral Indonesia
Andri Prayoga, Dedi Irwansyah, Trisna Dinillah Harya
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28-41
Technology-enhanced formative assessment in higher education: A voice from Indonesian EFL teachers
Roghibatul Luthfiyyah, Aisyah Aisyah, Gunadi Harry Sulistyo
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42-54
A narrative inquiry of language teachers’ perceptions and experiences in using WhatsApp during New Normal Post-Covid-19 era
Irfan Suryana, Vicky Hidantikarnillah, Didik Murwantono
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55-70
The vocational English teachers’ personal competence and its implication on teaching and learning process
Mbarep Wicaksono, Ismail Petrus, Soni Mirizon
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71-85
The effectiveness of MALL and flipped classroom in teaching writing to the eleventh graders of SMA in Banyumas
Benny Krisbiantoro, Tri Pujiani
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86-104
When solidarity and misery meet in the shadow of a massacre: Moral values reflected in the novel ‘Human Acts’
Audi Yundayani, Benedicta Lintang Larassaty, Bejo Sutrisno
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105-119
The influence of systemic racism on quarter-life crisis in The Autobiography of Malcolm X (as told to Alex Haley)
Bhakti Satrio Nugroho, Dwi Septi Aryani
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120-133
Psychological motivation of Jim as a runaway slave in Mark Twain’s Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
Niken Khusnul Nibiya, Heri Dwi Santoso, Yesika Maya Ocktarani
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134-146
Gender stereotypes in Nancy Meyers’ “The Intern” (2015): A study of film audience response
Ririn Kurnia Trisnawati, Dian Adiarti, Mia Fitria Agustina
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147-164
Spatial movement as a resistance strategy in a holocaust novel A Blessing on the Moon
Sri Sumaryani
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165-178
Back to Java: The discourse of Lombok art in Salman Faris’s Kenari Mentaram
Dharma Satrya HD, Baiq Rismarini Nursaly
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179-188
Sundanese’s children naming tradition: A descriptive case study of language maintenance and shift in Bandung
Rudi Suherman
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189-197
Exploring the word formation process on Rich Brian’s official music video comments
Syifa Dwi Mutiah, Didin Nuruddin Hidayat, Alek Alek
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198-212