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PROGRAMME IN DETAIL

Monday 23 September 2019

08:30 – REGISTRATION
09.15

09.15 – OPENING CEREMONY


09.50 Welcoming Speech by Local Organising Commitee Dr. Hadina Habil & Prof Shameem
Opening Speech by Conference Chair, Prof. Dr. Srikant Sarangi
Officiating Speech by Y.Bhg. Datuk Ir. Dr. Siti Hamisah Binti Tapsir,
Director General of Higher Education
09.50 –
10.20 TEA/COFFEE

10:25 – THE CANDLIN LECTURE


11.25 The Mines, Markets and Other Places : Language Planning in Professional and Occupational
Contexts
HYWEL COLEMEN
11.30 – SESSION 1B SESSION 1C
SESSION 1A
12.30 LANGUAGE, PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE &
LANGUAGE, COMMUNICATION
COMMUNICATION & COMMUNICATION
AND THE PROFESSIONS
EDUCATION
11.30 – 128 135 105
11.55 Is Whatsapp The Future of A Corpus-Driven Analysis of “We All Sell Wine, But It Comes
Workplace Communication?: The Rhetorical Moves in The Back to The Land Really”: The
Investigating The Use of Introduction Section of Narrative Construction of Place
Whatsapp in Decision-Making Research Articles Published in in Australian Wine Branding
Episodes Q1 Language and Linguistics Kerrilee Lockyer1 and Jonathan
Nor Azikin Mohd Omar Indexed Journals Crichton2
Universiti Sultan Zainal Abidin, Chuah Bee Peng1 and Ang University of South Australia
Malaysia Leng Hong2 1kerrilee.lockyer@unisa.edu.au,

norazikin@unisza.edu.my 1Universiti Teknologi MARA 2jonathan.crichton@unisa.edu.

Malaysia au
2Universiti Sains Malaysia
1jacq.cbp@gmail.com
2lenghong@usm.my

12.00 – 104 130 122


12.25 Teaching Languages for The Key Factors Affecting Self-promoting: A double-
Tourism: Empirical Findings for Teacher’s Role in Curriculum Edged Sword
Curriculum and Course Design Implementation from the Victor Ho
Michael Seyfarth Light of Modern Technology The Hong Kong Polytechnic
University of Greifswald, Mohammed H. Al Aqad1, Ooi University
Germany Boon Keat and Ali Sorayyaei victor.ho@polyu.edu.hk
michael.seyfarth@uni- Azar
greifswald.de Management Science
University, Malaysia
1alakkadmohmad@yahoo.

com
12.30 – LUNCH
14.00
14.00 – SESSION 2A SESSION 2B SESSION 2C
15.55 LANGUAGE, COMMUNICATION LANGUAGE, POSTER SESSION
AND THE PROFESSIONS COMMUNICATION & THEME : LANGUAGE,
EDUCATION COMMUNICATION & EDUCATION
14.00 – 136 133 110
14.25 Designing Online Language Enhancing Professional Classroom Management
Courses for Legal Professionals Practice among Heads of Strategies for Migrant Volunteer
Halina Sierocka Schools towards Improved Teachers Professional
University of Białystok, Poland Organizational Outcomes Development
soll@poczta.onet.pl Adlina Abdul Samad, Erah Apriyanti1 and Aldi Zul
Masputeriah Hamzah, Abdul Bahri2
Halim Abdul Raof, Hadina 1 Enigma Pakar Lingua-Jakarta,
Habil, Masdinah Alauyah Md Indonesia,
Yusof & Noor Abidah Mohd 2Enigma Pakar Consulting,

Omar Indonesia
Language Academy, 1erahapriyanti@gmail.com,

Universiti Teknologi Malaysia 2aldi@enigmaedu.com

14.30 – 108 141


14.55 Research Sharing Sessions with An Investigation into the 115
Multiple Stakeholders: (Un)Willing Relationship between Raters’ Bigbook Fabel Culture in
Participants or Odd Severity and Raters’ Attitudes Increasing The Reading
Collaborators? toward Accentedness in Literacy toward Indonesian of
Lubie G. Alatriste Speaking Assessment Elementary Students
City University of New York, Waseda University,Tokyo, Dian Permatasari Kusuma
College of Technology, USA Japan Dayu
lubie.alatriste@gmail.com totodeng117@akane.waseda Universitas PGRI Madiun, East
.jp Java, Indonesia
15.00 – 143 142 dayuprasanda12@gmail. com
15.25 “This is The First Research to The Impact of Explicit Oral
Prove That …”: Why Do Authors Instructive Feedback on 116
of Clinical Research Use Hype? Enhancing Malaysian TESL The Existence in Local
Neil Millar1 and Brian Budgell2 Students’ Motivation Languages, Bahasa Indonesia,
1University of Tsukuba, Japan Ali Sorayyaei Azar1 and English Languages
2Canadian Memorial Nur Syahira Amira binti Winda Ayu Cahya Fitriani
Chiropractic College,Canada Norhisham2 Universitas PGRI Madiun, East
1millar.neil.gm@u.tsukuba.ac.jp, and Pham Hoang Tu Linh3 Java, Indonesia
2BBudgell@cmcc.ca 1,2Management & Science winda.ayu.cahya@gmail. com
University, Malaysia
3National Academy of

Education Management,
Hanoi, Vietnam
1ali_sorayyaei@msu.edu.my,
2syhramira@gmail.com
3linhphamjeny@gmail.com

15.30 – 137 LINGUISTICS, LANGUAGE


15.55 How did Arul Kandasamy AWARENESS
Manage Impressions of 119
Culpability of 1MDB over BFM?: Lexical and Phonological
A Membership Categorisation Differences in Javanese in East
Analysis Java, Indonesia
David Yoong Erlin Kartikasari
University of Malaya, Malaysia Universitas Wijaya Kusuma
davidyoong@um.edu.my Surabaya, Indonesia
erlinkartikasari@gmail.com
16.00 – 132
16.25 Linguistic Strategies in
Technical Oral Presentations:
Perception of the Academic
and Professional Engineering
Community
Ena Bhattacharyya1, Azlin
Zaiti Zainal2
1Universiti Teknologi

PETRONAS, Malaysia
2University of Malaya,

Malaysia
1ena_bhattacharyya@utp.

edu.my
2azlinzainal@um.my

16.30 – ALAPP 2019 WELCOME RECEPTION


19.00 Venue : UCSI University
Tuesday 24 September 2019

09:00 – SESSION 3A SESSION 3B POSTER PRESENTATIONS 3C


10.00 LANGUAGE, PROFESSIONAL, PRACTIE & THEME: LANGUAGE,
COMMUNICATION AND COMMUNICATION COMMUNICATION AND THE
THE PROFESSIONS PROFESSION
09.00 – 102 109 147
09.25 Faking or Not Faking a Low Interpreter Roles and How Language is Used to
Language Proficiency in Legal Responsibilities in Police and Attract Potential Victims in
Cases? Courtroom Interaction The Online Romance Scam
Margaret Van Naerssen Marta Kirilova Kam-Fong Lee1, Mei-Yuit
Independent Consultant in University of Copenhagen, Chan2, Helen Tan3 and Afida
Applied Linguistics, USA Denmark Mohd Ali4
margaret.vannaerssen@ mki@hum.ku.dk 1,2,3,4 Universiti Putra Malaysia,

gmail.com Serdang, Malaysia


1leekf@ucsiuniversity.edu.my,
09.30 – 138 144
2cmy@upm.edu.my,
09.55 Superior-Subordinate Talk in A Engaging Stakeholders in
3helen@upm.edu.my,
Hypermarket: A Case Study Training Heads of School for
4afida@upm.edu.my
Shafinah Md Salleh1 and Professional Practice
Hadina Habil2 Abdul Halim Abdul Raof1,
1Universiti Teknologi MARA Masputeriah Hamzah,
Malaysia, Masdinah Alauyah Md Yusof, THEME : LINGUISTICS,
2Universiti Teknologi Malaysia Noor Abidah Mohd Omar, LANGUAGE AWARENESS
1shafinah_salleh@yahoo.com, Adlina Abd Samad, Hadina
2hadina@utm.my Habil 145
Universiti Teknologi Malaysia The F-Word in English Songs: A
1m-halim@utm.my Diachronic Analysis
Flora Anak Goyak1,
10.00 – TEA/COFFEE Mazura Mastura
10.20 Muhammad2
Universiti Pendidikan Sultan
Idris
1mflora89@yahoo.com,

2mazura@fbk.upsi.edu.my

146
Pragmatic Functions of
Repetitions and Hedging in
Life Insurance Sales
Interactions
Wan Irham Ishak1, Shameem
Rafik-Galea2 and Shafinah
Md. Salleh3
1,3Universiti Teknologi Mara,
2UCSI University Kuala Lumpur
1wanirham787@uitm.edu.my,
2shameem@ucsiuniversity.edu.

my
3shafinah180@uitm.edu.my
10.25 – SESSION 4A SESSION 4B POSTER PRESENTATIONS 4C
11.20 COMMUNICATION TRAINING WORK IN PROGRESS THEME : PROFESSIONAL
FOR PROFESSIONALS PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE & PRACTICE & COMMUNICATION
COMMUNICATION
10.25 – 103 401 123
10.50 Using MOOCs as An Bad News? Good News! Conceptions of Professional
Intercultural Communication Disclosing Unpleasant News Practice Redefined in the Age
Training Tool: Fostering To Private Customers of Globalization
Language Reflexivity and Barbara Pizzedaz S. Vighnarajah1, Latha
Developing Communicative WU - Vienna University of Ravindran2 and Minder Kaur3
Practice Through an Economics and Business, 1,2,3UCSI University, Malaysia

Experiential Approach Vienna, Austria 1vighnarajah@ucsiuniversity.edu

Doris Dippold barbara.pizzedaz@wu.ac.at .my,


University of Surrey, UK 2latha@ucsiuniversity.edu.my,

d.dippold@surrey.ac.uk 3minder@ucsiuniversity.edu.my

10.55 – 151 402


11.20 Government and its The Use of Standard Marine
Discourses of Flood Disaster Communication Phrases
Preparedness: Impact on (SMCP) Between Malaysian
Response and Action VTSO and Ship Personnel in
Shalini Selvaraj1 , Shanti Maritime Communication 107
Sandaran2 Nurul Nadia Ansar Ahmad Globalization,Language
1shaliniselvaraj13@ymail, Khan1, Sharon Sharmini Victor Diversity and Spanish in The
2shanti@utm.my Danarajan2, US Healthcare Setting
Faculty of Social Science Yap Ngee Thai3, Zalina Bt Ashley Bennink
and Humanities, Universiti Mohd Kassim4 and Shameem Universidad de Oviedo, Spain
Teknologi Malaysia Rafik- Galea5 ashley.bennink@gmail.com
1,2,3,4Universiti Putra Malaysia,
5UCSI University Malaysia
1nadiaansar@icloud.com,
2s_sharmani@upm.edu.my
3ntyap@pm.edu.my,
4Zalina_mk@upm.edu.my
5shameem@ucsiuniversity.

edu.my

11.25 –
12.15 PLENARY SPEAKER

Let’s Talk About International Business … and ‘English’!

ANNE KANKAANRANTA

12.15 –
12.40 ALAPP 2020 Announcement

PROF. DR. SRIKANT SARANGI

12.40–
14.00 LUNCH
14.00 – SESSION 5A SESSION 5B POSTER PRESENTATIONS 5C
16.25 PROFESSIONAL, PRACTICE & PANEL SESSION THEME: LANGUAGE,
COMMUNICATION THEME : Interactional COMMUNICATION AND THE
Perspectives on Information PROFESSION
and Communication
Technologies (ICT) in
Professional Contexts
14.00 – 117 501 124
14.25 Verbalizing Art Through Self- Interactional Perspectives on English-Malay Translation
Promotional Genres By Information and Problems in the film, 12 Years
Japanese Artists Communication Technologies a Slave
Atsuko Misaki1, Noriko (ICT) in Professional Contexts Ghayth K. Shaker Al-
Watanabe2 and Judy Jeanette Landgrebe1, Shaibani1 ,Ahmad Syahir
Noguchi 3 Thomas Lehman Waaben Toft , 2 Naimi bin Ahmad Azizi2 and
1Kindai University, Japan, Simon Bierring Lange , 3 Kais A. Kadhim3
2Ritsumeikan University, Japan Brian Due4, 1,2 UCSI University, Malaysia,

and Louise Lüchow5, 3University of Technology


3Kobe Gakuin University, Mie Femø Nielsen6 PETRONAS, Malaysia
Japan 1,2,3,4,5,6University of
1tskmskkinki@kindai.ac.jp, Copenhagen, Denmark
2norikocum@gmail.com and 1Jeanette.landgrebe@hum.ku.d 129
3jnoguchi@gc.kobegakuin.ac. k Lacuna of Translating Pun
jp 2thomas.toft@hum.ku.dk, from Arabic into English in The
14.30 – 140 3 simon.lange@hum.ku.dk Holy Quran
4bdue@hum.ku.dk, Mohammed H. Al Aqad1,
14.55 Patient Perception on Doctor
5tqd833@alumni.ku.dk Ahmad Arifin Bin Sapar2,
-Patient Communication in A
Medical Health Center 6 femoe@hum.ku.dk Mohammad Bin Hussin3,
Rozmel Abdul Latiff , Zarina
1 Ros Aiza Mohd Mokhtar4 and
Othman2, Wan Nur’ Ashiqin Abd Hakim Mohad5
1,2,3University of Malaya,
Wan Mohamad3, Azizah
Ya’acob4 and Mohd. Azman Malaysia
bin Abas5 Panel Presentation 1 4,5Universiti Sains Islam
1,2,3,4,5Universiti Kebangsaan Presentation Title: Malaysia, Malaysia
Malaysia, E--‐Mail Practice Revisited – An 1alakkadmohmad@yahoo.
1rozmelabdullatiff@ukm.edu. Interactional Approach com
my, 2zothman@ukm.edu.my, Presenter: Jeanette
3wanshiqin@ukm.edu.my Landgrebe
4aziey@ukm.edu.my,
5drazman@ukm.edu.my

15.00 – 112
15.25 Theme-Oriented Discourse Panel Presentation 2
Analysis: Findings from a Study Presentation title: Utilizing
of Decision Making about Laptops: The Challenge of
Insulin for Type 2 Diabetes Multiactivity In Face--‐To--‐Face
Ayeshah Syed Meetings
University of Malaya, Malaysia Presenter: Louise Lüchow
ayeshahsyed@um.edu.my
Panel Presentation 3
15.30 – 121
Presentation Title:
15.55 The Artist’s Statement, Online
Contemporary Formality in
Guidelines, and The
Professionals' ICT Mediated
Interpretation of Creative
Encounters
Practice
Presenter: Mie Femø Nielsen
Darryl Hocking
Auckland University of
Technology,
Panel Presentation 4
New Zealand
Presentation Title: Managing
dhocking@aut.ac.nz
Distributed Meetings:
Question Design Training for
Team Leaders
16.00 – 131 Presenter: Simon Bierring
16.25 Ethics and Professional Lange
Practice: Content Analysis of
Case Studies Written by the
CEOs in the Insurance Industry Panel Presentation 5
Cordelia Mason Presentation Title: Co--‐
Universiti Kuala Lumpur, Operative Creativity:
Malaysia Exploring ICT--‐Affordances in
cordelia@unikl.edu.my Professional Contexts
Presenter: Brian Due

16.30 – TEA/COFFEE
17.00
NETWORKING
19.30 – CONFERENCE DINNER
21.30
Wednesday 25 September 2019

09:00 – SESSION 6A SESSION 6B


09.55 LANGUAGE, COMMUNICATION & PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE &
THE PROFESSION COMMUNICATION
09.00 – 148 139
09.25 Promotional Language of the Local and The Framework of Language and
International Brands of Halal Food Products: Communication in Doctor-Patient
A Comparative Analysis Interaction
Wan Nor Fasihah Wan Mohd Fadzlullah1 and Zarina Othman1, Rozmel Abdul Latiff2,
Adlina Ariffin2 Wan Nur’ Ashiqin Wan Mohamad3,
1, 2 International Islamic University Malaysia Raymond Azman Ali4, Halizah Omar5
1fasihahfadzlullah@gmail.com, Zaleha Abdullah Mahdy6
2adlina@iium.edu.my Azizah Ya’acob7 , Mohd. Azman bin
Abas8
1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8Universiti Kebangsaan

Malaysia
1zothman@ukm.edu.my
2rozmelabdullatiff@ukm.edu.my
3wanshiqin@ukm.edu.my
4raymond@ukm.edu.my
5halizah@ukm.edu.my
6zaleha@ppukm.ukm.edu.my
7aziey@ukm.edu.my,
8drazman@ukm.edu.my

09.30 – COMMUNICATION TRAINING FOR


09.55 PROFESSIONALS 152
111 Soft Skills Development In An
The Function of Metacognition as a Entrepreneurship Course For
Professional Genre in Business Writing Undergraduates.
Tiffany Bourelle1 and Joseph Bartolotta2 Hadina Habil, Rohayah Kahar, Siti
1University of New Mexico, USA, 2Hofstra Aishah Abdul Hamid
University, USA Language Academy, UTM
1tbourell@unm.edu , hadina@utm.my,
2joseph.bartolotta@hofstra.edu rohayahkahar@utm.my,
m-saishah@utm.my
10.00 –
10.25 TEA/COFFEE

10.30 – KEYNOTE SESSION


11.30 Engaging With And Impacting Professional Practice: The Dilemma of Rigour and/or
Relevance
PROF. DR. SRIKANT SARANGI
11.30 – WORKSHOP
12.30 Researching Business Communication and Professional Practice: Innovation,
Collaboration and Creativity
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR DR. GINA PONCINI
12.30 – OPEN FORUM
13.30
CLOSING
13.30 – LUNCH
14.30