First Published in 2004. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Volume 1, Numbers 2&3, 2004
Contents: C.E. Turner, Editorial. ARTICLES: A. Davies, Introduction: Language Testing and the Golden Rule. S. Bishop, Thinking About a Professional Ethics. R. Mathew, Stakeholder Involvement in Language Assessment: Does It Improve Ethicality? P. Van Avermaet, H. Kuijper, N. Saville, A Code of Practice and Quality Management System for International Language Examinations. R. Thrasher, The Role of a Language Testing Code of Ethics in the Establishment of a Code of Practice. D.J. Reed, C.W. Stansfield, Using the Modern Language Aptitude Test to Identify a Foreign Language Learning Disability: Is It Ethical? A.L. Bailey, F.A. Butler, Ethical Considerations in the Assessment of the Language and Content Knowledge of U.S. School-Age English Learners. V. Byczkiewcz, Filmic Portrayals of Cheating or Fraud in Examinations and Competitions. Conference Papers and Colloquia List.