Chinese Language Teachers Association
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The Chinese Language Teachers Association (CLTA), founded in 1962, is an American teachers' association devoted to promote the teaching and study of Chinese language and culture. It publishes the Journal of the Chinese Language Teachers Association (JCLTA), a leading scientific journal in the field of Chinese linguistics, didactics, and literature. Articles are available on the CLTA's website after subscription, and in paper form in subscribing libraries.
- Editors & authors (1966–2012), CLTA, ed., Journal of the Chinese Language Teachers Association, ISSN 0009-4595, archived from the original on 2012-06-03
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