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Welcome!

Thank you for dropping by! 

As you may know, I am on study leave from my job as Assistant Professor at Southern Luzon State University in Lucban, Philippines for I am pursuing the Joint PhD in Sociolinguistics and Discourse Analysis program of The University of Hong Kong and King's College LondonMore

If you are one of my former students wishing to look back at some of the materials we used in class, you may find them here.

If you wish to see some of my work, you may see them here and herebut I should warn you that these may not be regularly updated. I may have also uploaded some of my work on my Academia page.

Should you wish to contact me, you may send me an email through any of the following email addresses:
 
For SLSU-related or other general concerns: nguinto@slsu.edu.ph
For HKU-related concerns: nguinto@hku.hk
For KCL-related concerns: nicanor.guinto@kcl.ac.uk

Best wishes,

Nic

Commentaries and Reviews

  • Thoughts on self presentation and performance If there is one important lesson I'm learning so far from this PhD journey, it's the notion that everything we do, say, or think can be mapped within ...
    Posted May 30, 2018, 8:55 PM by Nic Guinto
  • Reviewing journal articles Receiving review requests from academic journals is nothing new to me after I published my first journal article in an open access international journal. But getting review requests from far ...
    Posted Mar 3, 2018, 2:30 PM by Nic Guinto
  • The Philippines I want to Inherit Oh, so you’re from the Philippines. What can you say about your President?”I am tired of answering this question from practically every person I meet here in Hong ...
    Posted Nov 15, 2016, 1:03 AM by Nicky Guinto
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Research Work

  • Approaching Cultural Differences in the Assessment of Students’ English Compositions The ASEAN Integration promises fluidity in scholarship and economic opportunities, among others, between and among its constituent nations. The Philippines, arguably being the center of English language training in the ...
    Posted Nov 15, 2016, 1:07 AM by Nicky Guinto
  • Composition Errors of Second Year Engineering Students of SLSU: Description and Pedagogical Implications This exploratory research paper attempted to determine the nature, causes, and instructional relevance of composition errors in a corpus of 35 compositions written by second year Engineering students of SLSU ...
    Posted Nov 15, 2016, 1:06 AM by Nicky Guinto
  • Linguistic Landscapes and the Concept of Public Space* Research on Linguistic landscape (LL) has opened wide doors for social researchers to describe and study the politics of language use and multilingualism within specific physical environments (Gorter, 2006; Lin ...
    Posted Nov 1, 2014, 11:25 AM by Nicky Guinto
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