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ALARCON, Josephine B.
ALARCON, Josephine B.
Josephine B. Alarcon is a full-time faculty member of the Department of English in the University of Santo Tomas, Manila, Philippines. She was Coordinator for Languages and Humanities in the Faculty of Engineering from 2007-2010. She is a member of professional organizations like British Council Teacher’s Club, ASIA-TEFL among others. She has read papers in international conferences, and has been a research associate of the University of Santo Tomas since 2008. Her research interests are in the areas of Discourse Analysis, World Englishes, Philippine Engish, Language Education, Forensic Linguistics.
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- Master of Arts in Teaching – English Language Arts (Philippine Normal University – Manila, Philippines), 2004
- Bachelor of Secondary Education, major in English (Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila – Manila, Philippines), 1996
- Research Ethics Training for Social Sciences – February 27-28, 2018
- CITED Training – June 13, 18, and 19, 2018
- Certification Course as Teacher Consultant for The Philippines’ Writing Project – October 22-28, 2016
- Licensure Examinations for Teachers Passer
- Forensic Linguistics
- Discourse Analysis
- Language and the Media
- Technical Writing
- Academic Writing
- Oral Communication in Context
- Reading and Thinking Skills for Academic Study
- Purposive Communication
- Recipient, JASSO Short-Stay in Japan (Yokohama National University, Japan)
- Member, International Association of Forensic Linguistics, ASIA-TEFL, and British Council Teachers’ Club
- Reviewer, Asian Journal for English Language Studies – Volume 7
- Thesis and Dissertation Editor, UST Graduate School – Office for Graduate Research
- Cayco, P. & Alarcon, J. (2018). On modes, metafunctions and communicative acts: A Systemic-functional multimodal analysis of LRT Line 1’s publication materials. Asian Journal of English Language Studies, 6, 115-156.
- Alarcon, J. (2017). Understanding the dynamics of language centers in school setting. i-manager’s Journal on English Language Teaching, 7(4), 25-34.
Latest Paper Presentations
- July 2019 – Analyzing the linguistic features of select republic acts of the Philippines, International Association of Forensic Linguists Biennial Conference, Melbourne, Australia
- March 2018 – I don’t get it!: Lexico-grammatical features of Republic Acts in the Philippines , Linguistic Society of the Philippines, Balanga, Bataan (with Danny Balance as co-author)
- July 2016 – Response elicitation strategies in Philippine courtroom questioning , 2nd Asian Regional Conference of the International Association of Forensic Linguistics, Manila, Philippines