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„Tekst i dyskurs – Text und Diskurs" is a annual peer-reviewed journal published by University of Warsaw and University of Rzeszów (ISSN 1899-0983). The journal has been published since 2008 and concentrates on problems of modern linguistics, especially on discourse analysis and text linguistics. Its purpose is to create an interdisciplinary and multidirectional forum of thought-exchange, innovative solutions of text analysis and discourse linguistics. It is dedicated to linguists, sociologists and media experts. The articles are published in Polish, German or English, nevertheless with abstracts and titles translated to those three languages every time. Our Journal ought to seek answers to issues regarding various aspects of using texts and discourses in the surrounding linguistic, cultural and media reality. For the last six years the journal “Tekst i dyskrus – Text und Diskurs” has gained a substantial recognition, which has resulted in increasing number of authors, who have been cooperating with the journal e.g. by publishing their articles. Our efforts so far have been acknowledged by including out title in many international databases e.g. EBSCO, Index Copernicus Value, Zeitschriftdatenbank (ZDB), Elektronische Zeitschriftbibliothek (EZB). Lots of information regarding the purpose, editorial guidelines, so far published articles are to be found on our website: http://tekst-dyskurs.eu/index.php/pl/ - the content is available in Polish and German.
Ampersand is the free Linguistics Newsletter from Elsevier Science.
3L The South East Asian Journal of English Language Studies is committed to exploring and highlighting issues in the broad areas of English language, linguistics and literature. The Editorial Board welcomes contributions that provide insights into the key issues dealing with the English language in a region that hosts multicultural/lingual communities and contexts.Submissions that draw parallels between regional and global concerns of the English language are also welcome. This online journal is published by the National University of Malaysia, Malaysia and is based at the School of Language Studies and Linguistics. It is internationally refereed and articles undergo peer review and blind evaluation by at least two reviewers from the journal's editorial board as well as other academic experts. All contributions are to be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Monthly electronic newletter addressing the topics of language and linguistics for the layperson. It's not just about word and phrase origins, but slang, grammar, writing style, puns and palindromes, book reviews, names, and anything to do with words and language.
The ACM Transactions on Asian and Low-Resource Language Information Processing (TALLIP) publishes high quality original archival papers and technical notes in the areas of computation and processing of information in Asian languages, low-resource languages of Africa, Australasia, Oceania and the Americas, as well as related disciplines.
AILA Review is a refereed publication of the association Internationale de Linguistique Appliquée International Association of Applied Linguistics, an international federation of national associations for applied linguistics. All volumes are guest edited. As of volume 16, 2003, AILA Review is published with John Benjamins.
AION-Linguistica is a journal published by the "Università degli studi di Napoli L’Orientale". National classification: A. The journal has traditionally been focused on languages of the ancient world but it is also open to original contributions in other fields relating to Linguistic studies: your submissions are welcome. Critical reviews, notes and summaries are also welcome. Editor-in-chief: Domenico Silvestri Editor: Alberto Manco Scientific committee: Ignasi-Xavier Adiego Lajara, Françoise Bader, Philip Baldi, Carlo Consani, Pierluigi Cuzzolin, Paolo Di Giovine, Josè Luis García Ramon, Marco Mancini, Vincenzo Orioles, Max Pfister, Paolo Poccetti, Diego Poli, Ignazio Putzu, Francisco Villar ISSN 2281-6585 Web: www.aionlinguistica.com e-mail: email@example.com
The journal (ALSIC: Language Learning and Information and Communication Systems) aims at presenting and exchanging theoretical and practical work in fields related to its domain (didactics, applied linguistics, psycholinguistics, educational sciences, computational linguistics, computer science, etc.). It is published on the Internet only. It first presents research articles (selected according to standard academic procedures) as well as papers with a practical point of view (selected with different criteria). It gives priority to papers from the French speaking community and/or in French, but it also invites papers from authors usually publishing in other languages so as to strengthen scientific and technical exchanges between linguistic communities that too often remain apart. In the same way, it welcomes those working in non-academic surroundings or in continuing education. The journal provides opportunities to establish connections between a variety of educational and professional sectors over the boundaries created by each profession or type of institution. It also opens up new perspectives by confronting research and practice and in particular helps define privileged experimental situations.
Subjects for submissions include the following areas, but are not limited to them: 1. theoretical debate on the effectiveness of CALL instruction 2. integration of CALL instruction into the foreign language curriculum 3. language learning styles and their influence on courseware design 4. evaluative studies of courseware use in the teaching and learning process 5. assessment of the potential of technological advances in the delivery of language learning materials 6. exploitation of on-line language learning 7. software design and development 8. net-worked foreign language learning
Academic Exchange Quarterly is an independent double-blind peer-reviewed journal, published four times a year in print and electronically. The print journal has an audience of 26 000 + readers. Full-text electronic versions are available through Expanded Academic ASAP, Expanded Academic ASAP International and Infotrac OneFile. Thematic issues, devoted to topics related to education, teaching and learning are announced on the website.
Academic Quarter is a peer reviewed, online journal with humanistic research. The aim of the journal is to meet the demand for critical publication of topics from the humanistic and cultural-scientific research tradition from Danish universities and international universities. The journal covers current themes, and at the same time it seeks to create a high standard of good communication and publication of research within the humanities. Academic Quarter has as its aim the exchange of research among international scholars, and at the same time it allows anybody to follow this exchange of the most recent research through its online and unrestricted form of publication. The journal has a wide scope, but each issue concentrates on specific themes. Articles are primarily in Danish and English.
French language, twice-yearly, refereed journal mainly on Second Language Acquisition and Learning, but also covering child language acquisition and bilingualism.
Acta Linguistica is a scholarly, peer-reviewed international journal published regularly (up to 4 issues yearly) by Eurasia Academic Publishers both in full-color print and electronic form. The Manager and Editorial Team solicit papers on all aspects of theoretical and applied linguistics. Articles shall be written in English, Russian, or German.
ACTA LINGUISTICA ASIATICA is a journal devoted to the study of Asian languages, their translation and teaching. ALA is an interdisciplinary scholarly journal which publishes research papers, survey papers and technical notes on the subjects of Asian linguistics, translation studies and the teaching of Asian languages, book reviews on representative works on the same subjects and reports from outstanding events. ALA encourages the interlinking of different linguistic disciplines, fosters dialogue among different theoretical orientations and their practical application, proposes new approaches to existing research themes, draws attention to relevant questions, informs about recent findings and events in the above areas.
Acta Linguistica Hafniensia evolved as the voice of the Linguistic Circle of Copenhagen. Our aim today is both to carry forward that tradition, emphasizing areas such as functional linguistics, cognitive linguistics, and sociolinguistics, but also phonology and formal linguistics, in all of which vigorous research is being carried out by Danish linguists, while at the same time expanding the international scope of the journal as a broad journal of General Linguistics. One of the ways in which we seek to pursue this dual aim is to lternate regular issues of the journal with thematic issues based on workshops organized by the Linguistic Circle in which articles by both Danish and international participants are presented on related subjects. Editors: Kasper Boye, Copenhagen University, Denmark Hartmut Haberland , Roskilde University, Denmark Lars Heltoft , Roskilde University, Denmark Publication Details: 2 issues per year Print ISSN: 0374-0463 Online ISSN: 1949-0763
Acta Linguistica publishes papers on general linguistics with particular emphasis on discussions of theoretical issues concerning Hungarian and other Finno-Ugric languages. Papers presenting empirical material must have strong theoretical implications. The scope of the journal is not restricted to the traditional research areas of linguistics, it also covers areas such as socio- and psycholinguistics, neurolinguistics, discourse analysis, the philosophy of language, language typology, and formal semantics. Publishes book and dissertation reviews and advertisements. Impact Factor (2012): 0,098
Acta Philologica is an academic journal of the University of Warsaw, which for the last 47 years has published scholarship in the fields of literary studies and linguistics. We are indexed by CEISH (The Central European Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities) and Index Copernicus. We accept manuscripts in English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Hungarian, Finnish, and Polish.
Adaptive Behavior is the premier international journal for research on adaptive behavior in animals and autonomous artificial systems. For over 10 years it has offered ethologists, psychologists, behavioral ecologists, computer scientists, and robotics researchers a forum for discussing new findings and comparing insights and approaches across disciplines. Adaptive Behavior explores mechanisms, organizational principles, and architectures for generating action in environments, as expressed in computational, physical, or mathematical models.
Advances in Language and Literary Studies (ALLS) is a peer-reviewed journal established in Australia. ALLS is published for free on the World Wide Web, at no cost to either authors or readers. Authors are encouraged to submit complete unpublished and original works which are not under review in any other journal. The scopes of the journal include, but not limited to, areas: English language, Linguistics, and literary studies. The journal is published in both online and printed versions.
The Advancing Literature & Communication Research aims to publish new discoveries in literature and communication which are contributed by member researchers around the country and from the international community. The Advancing Literature & Communication Research is a peer reviewed journal that provides a venue for scholars to publish their research findings for advocacy and utilization.
Covers any aspect relevant to the study of Asian and African languages and literatures
“Linguistique et Langues Africaines” (LLA) [African Languages and Linguistics] is an international journal for African linguistics, whose main goal is to contribute to a better knowledge of languages spoken in Sub-Saharan Africa, be they vernacular, vehicular or creole, with the exception of local varieties of European languages. We are open to recent trends and all theoretical approaches. The selected articles may be chiefly concerned with linguistic domains or include an anthropological component. Contributions providing comparative or typological approaches are also welcome. Junior researchers (e.g. PhD students) are encouraged to submit their contributions to LLA. “Linguistique et Langues Africaines” is particularly interested in publishing analyses based on fieldwork data as well as studies relating to little documented or endangered languages and cultures. The journal is also open to contributions that are less concerned with theory, such as working documents or firsthand data.
Africana Linguistica is dedicated to the study of African languages with special focus on Bantu and welcomes original descriptive, historical and typological papers in phonetics/phonology, morphology, syntax, lexicology and semantics. Contributions on poorly documented and described languages or lesser-known language areas as well as those trying to integrate linguistics into interdisciplinary approaches of the African past are highly appreciated. Fellow researchers from Africa are especially encouraged to contribute. Africana Linguistica is a peer-reviewed and internationally oriented journal. All contributions are submitted to at least two anonymous peer-reviewers. The editorial team is reinforced by a national committee of associate editors and an international editorial board. Africana Linguistica is published once a year. Papers in English and French are accepted. Contributions should be submitted before February 1st to be considered for publication in the same year.
Akademeia is a multidisciplinary peer-reviewed journal that accepts submissions from the physical sciences, applied sciences, life sciences, social sciences, and humanities. The overarching goals of Akademeia are threefold: To bring together specialized academic works under a common framework, to make published works more accessible to a lay audience, and to provide publishing opportunities for interdisciplinary works. Prospective authors should consult the most recent Guide For Authors, available on our website, www.akademeia.ca. Types of contributions research articles, essays, literature, hypotheses, or reviews
Al-ʽArabiyya, the journal of the American Association of Teachers of Arabic, is a leading journal in the field of Arabic language and linguistics. Al-ʽArabiyya welcomes scholarly and pedagogical articles, and book reviews that contribute to the advancement of study, criticism, research, and teaching in the fields of Arabic language, linguistics, and literature. We also consider responses and comments on articles published in previous issues.
AlterNative: An International Journal of Indigenous Peoples is a peer-reviewed interdisciplinary journal. It aims to present indigenous worldviews from native indigenous perspectives. AlterNative is dedicated to the analysis and dissemination of native indigenous knowledge that uniquely belongs to cultural, traditional, tribal and aboriginal peoples as well as first-nations, from around the world. AlterNative spans themes of origins, place, peoples, community, culture, traditional and oral history, heritage, colonialism, power, intervention, development and self-determination.
Alternation is a peer-reviewed journal for the study of Southern African literature and languages. A special issue of the journal will focus on: Languages and changing contexts: Sociolinguistic perspectives Language, power and identity (gender/ race/class/ethnicity/nationality/religion/etc) Language and HIV/Aids Language contact phenomena Language variation Language and education Language planning, policy and rights Multilingualism and diglossia Language acquisition (L1, L2 and foreign) Theoretical/methodological challenges in Sociolinguistics Other language-related areas
A Quarterly of Linguistic Usage published on behalf of the American Dialect Society American Speech has been one of the foremost publications in its field since its founding in 1925. The journal is concerned principally with the English language in the Western Hemisphere, although articles dealing with English in other parts of the world, the influence of other languages by or on English, and linguistic theory are also published. The journal is not committed to any particular theoretical framework, and issues often contain contributions that appeal to a readership wider than the linguistic studies community. Regular features include a book review section and a “Miscellany” section devoted to brief essays and notes. Annual membership in the American Dialect Society includes a subscription to American Speech with electronic access through a combination of HighWire Press and JSTOR, as well as a copy of the Publication of the American Dialect Society (PADS), an annual supplement.
In publication since 2006, Anadiss is a bi-annual journal, the scientific publication of the Discourse Analysis Center of the Stefan cel Mare University of Suceava, Romania.
Annals of the University of Craiova, Series Philological Sciences, Classical Languages and Literatures (Craiova, Romania) is an interdisciplinary journal that mainly aims the research in Greek and Latin Languages and Literatures and their reception in the European languages and cultures. The contents show a great thematic diversity subsumed to diverse areas: linguistics,imagology, mentalities, mythology, history, literary history, philosophy, poetics, etc. The studies and articles reveal an wide range of research methods and perspectives to approach due to the particular profile of each author: narratology, intertextuality, comparative studies, text analysis, etc. The thematic and methodological multiplicity comes from the complexity of the object under research and does not obliterate its relative unity – the Greco-Roman world-, but highlights its inexhaustible resources to communicate beyond its limits of time and remains genuine.
Analisi Linguistica e Letteraria is the official journal of the Department of Linguistic Studies and Modern Languages at Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore in MIlan (Italy). It was founded in 1993 by Sergio Cigada, Gianfranco Porcelli and Eddo Rigotti. It is a biannual publication. Each issue comprises three sections: the first one includes essays and articles, while the second section provides analyses and discussions of publications related to linguistic and literary studies especially focused on the main European and American languages. As from 2001 the journal has a final section of book reviews covering aspects of general linguistics as well as English, French, German and Russian linguistics.
Analitica publishes articles related to music theory and analysis, understood in a broad sense as a tool of knowledge. Its new configuration encourages contributors to cross disciplinary borders, and shows a particular inclination towards areas of research that put analytical practises in relation to prominent contemporary theoretical and methodological issues, turning predominantly to XXth and XXIst Century art music, popular music, traditional music and multimedia or audiovisual works. Each yearly publication will be structured around a key word, elaborated in turn in a call for papers that provides ample room for reflection and debate. The official languages of our Journal are Italian and English.
Languages,texts and society on behalf of African universities and the university of Toulouse-Le Mirail, France.
The journal of English philology, "Anglia", was founded in 1878 by Moritz Trautmann and Richard P. Wülker, and is thus the oldest journal of English studies. Anglia covers a large part of the expanding field of English philology. It publishes essays on the English language and linguistic history, on English literature of the Middle Ages and the Modern period, on American literature, the newer literature in the English language, and on general and comparative literary studies, also including cultural and literary theory aspects. Further, "Anglia" contains reviews from the areas mentioned.
The journal published twice anually. We welcome contributions in language synchrony and diachrony, sociolinguistics, language contact as well as various aspects of English literature and culture.
An interdisciplinary journal of English studies.
Anglophonia, the oldest journal of English linguistics published in France, welcomes articles authored by specialists from France and abroad pertaining to the whole range of current trends in English linguistics, considered as an integral part of English studies. Its main objective is to inform the interested reader and the specialist (researchers, teachers, post-graduate students, etc.) of the topical issues being debated in English linguistics today.
The Annals of Dimitrie Cantemir Christian University is an interdisciplinary journal, combining linguistics, foreign languages teaching methods, literature, as well as cultural studies, gender studies and interculturality. Our research journal offers to those who study philology tools for learning fundasmental aspects of philology, but also possible applied aspects.
This is a peer-reviewed academic journal which has appeared yearly since 1978. Its editors have continually updated the journal format, article structure and manner of presentation. The journal has published articles authored by experienced academics, and occasionally, editorials preface the journal. There are also sections of book reviews, scientific event reports as well as conference announcements and calls for papers. Recently, a new section was added and it addresses the young and talented researchers preparing their master or doctoral dissertation. The articles in the issues published so far are related to literature, language, cultural and translational studies. The publication policy has been very generous and it has encouraged a wide range of approaches which include the synchronic or diachronic angles as well as the comparative or contrastive perspective. Interdisciplinary studies are also welcome. Publishers are invited to send us volumes for our book review section.
An Interdisciplinary Journal of The International Dyslexia Association Dedicated to the scientific study of dyslexia. Features coverage of the comorbid conditions of dyslexia; and theory-based practices on remediation, and intervention of dyslexia and related areas of written language disorders, including spelling, composing and mathematics. Publishes original empirical studies, significant review, and well-documented reports of evidence-based effective practices. Annals of Dyslexia is an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the scientific study of dyslexia, its comorbid conditions; and theory-based practices on remediation, and intervention of dyslexia and related areas of written language disorders including spelling, composing and mathematics. Primary consideration for publication is given to original empirical studies, significant review, and well-documented reports of evidence-based effective practices. Only original papers are considered for publication.
Annals of the University of Craiova . Series Philology. Romance Languages and Literatures appears once a year, in December. The journal publishes articles and book reviews in the fields of Romance Languages and Literatures. Contributions must be written in French. Editor-in-chief: Prof. Lelia Trocan, PhD.
Annals of the University of Craiova. Series Philology. Linguistics (ISSN 1224-5712) appears once a year, in December. The journal publishes articles and book reviews in the fields of linguistics, until May 30th of every year. All contributions must be written in English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Russian. Editor-in-chief: Prof. Cristiana Teodorescu, PhD Executive editor: Prof. Elena Pirvu, PhD firstname.lastname@example.org
Annual Review of Applied Linguistics provides a comprehensive, up-to-date review of research in key areas in the broad field of applied linguistics. Each issue is thematic, covering the topic by means of critical summaries, overviews and bibliographic citations. Every fourth issue surveys applied linguistics broadly, offering essays on pedagogy, computer-assisted instruction, second-language acquisition, language use in specific contexts, and language assessment, to name just a few of the areas reviewed. Providing over 500 new citations each year, the Review is an invaluable resource for all applied linguists, language teachers, and students of linguistics.
The Annual Review of Cognitive Linguistics (published under the auspices of the Spanish Cognitive Linguistics Association) aims to establish itself as an international forum for the publication of high-quality original research on all areas of linguistic enquiry from a cognitive perspective. Fruitful debate is encouraged with neighboring academic disciplines as well as with other approaches to language study, particularly functionally-oriented ones.
The Annual Review is devoted to research in the domain of first language acquisition, i.e., the process of acquiring command of a first language, and studies in which first language acquisition is compared to second language acquistion, as well as studies on language acquisition under abnormal conditions. It focuses on research which has been reported in recently defended Ph.D. theses. The major share of contributions to the yearbook consist of 10.000 word (approximately) excerpts from, or edited summaries of, dissertations addressing issues in first language acquisition, including bilingual first language acquisition. These papers should be written by the original author of the dissertation, conform to the format of a journal article, and thus be comprehensible without reference to the source text. The Annual Review publishes reports of original research pertaining to various approaches to first language and bilingual first language acquisition, be it experimental, observational, computational, clinical or theoretical, provided that the work is of high quality. The Annual Review also welcomes studies in which first language acquisition is compared to second language acquisition, as well as studies on language acquisition under abnormal conditions. In all of the areas covered, the Annual Review of Language Acquisition is dedicated to creative and groundbreaking research. In addition to these research reports, each issue of the Annual Review will contain one critical review of the state-of-the-art in a subdomain of first language acquisition research. This paper will be commissioned by the editors.
The Annual Review of Linguistics, publishing in 2015, will cover significant developments in the field of linguistics, including phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, pragmatics, and their interfaces. Reviews will synthesize advances in linguistic theory, sociolinguistics, psycholinguistics, neurolinguistics, language change, biology and evolution of language, typology, as well as applications of linguistics in many domains.
Anthropological Linguistics provides a forum for the full range of scholarly study of the languages and cultures of the peoples of the world, especially the native peoples of the Americas. Embracing the field of language and culture broadly defined, the editors welcome articles and research reports addressing cultural, historical, and philological aspects of linguistic study, including analyses of texts and discourse; studies of semantic systems and cultural classifications; onomastic studies; ethnohistorical papers that draw significantly on linguistic data; studies of linguistic prehistory and genetic classification, both methodological and substantive; discussions and interpretations of archival material; edited historical documents; and contributions to the history of the field.
The Anthropological Papers of the University of Alaska focuses on research in the circumpolar north and consists of original papers on a variety of topics related to arctic or subarctic anthropology. Produced by the University of Alaska Fairbanks Department of Anthropology since 1951, APUA offers a collection of scholarly, often rare papers written by noted authorities in the field. During these past years the journal has normally appeared as two issues per volume under the direction of an editor assisted by two associate editors. Volume 25 is the last of the series that will be published in the original format. The New Series started in Fall 2000 with a General Editor overseeing publication assisted by an expanded number of Associate Editors representing the four fields of anthropology and drawn from the anthropology faculty at the University of Alaska Fairbanks.
Publishes research into language with relevance to real world problems and promotes principled and multidisciplinary approaches to research on language-related concerns in the various fields encompassed by applied linguistics.
Applied Linguistics Review (ALR) is a peer-reviewed journal that aims to serve as a testing ground for the articulation of original ideas and approaches in the study of real-world issues in which language plays a crucial role, by bringing together critical reflections of current debates and new theoretical and empirical research. The issues dealt with in ALR range from aspects of the linguistic and communicative competence of the individual such as bilingualism and multilingualism, first or second language acquisition, literacy, language disorders, to language and communication related problems in and between societies such as linguistic discrimination, language conflict, communication in the workplace, language policy and language planning, and language ideology. Articles that not only report new research findings but also engage in philosophical and methodological debates and point to directions of future research are particularly welcome. Editor Li Wei Department of Applied Linguistics & Communication Birkbeck College, University of London 30 Russell Square, Bloomsbury London WC1B 6DT UK e-mail: email@example.com Associate Editor David Block Institució Catalana de Recerca i Estudis Avançats Universitat de Lleida Plaça de Víctor Siurana, 1 25003 Lleida Spain Editorial Board Keiko Abe (Kyoritsu Women's University, Japan) Kingsley Bolton (City University of Hong Kong, China) Vivian Cook (Newcastle University, UK) Donna Christian (Center for Applied Linguistics, USA) Annick De Houwer (University of Erfurt, Germany) Patricia Duff (University of British Columbia, Canada) Diana Eades (University of New England, Australia) Yihong Gao (Beijing University, China) Ofelia Garcia (City University of New York Graduate Center, USA) Susan Gass (Michigan State University, USA) Fred Genesee (McGill University, Canada) Nancy Hornberger (University of Pennsylvania, USA) Alex Housen (Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium) Andy Kirkpatrick (Griffith University, Australia) Claire Kramsch (University of California, Berkeley, USA) Mayouf Ali Mayouf (University of Sebha, Libya) Tim McNamara (University of Melbourne, Australia) Ben Rampton (King's College, London, UK) Itesh Sachdev (SOAS, University of London, UK) Elana Shohamy (University of Tel Aviv, Israel) David Singleton (Trinity College Dublin, Ireland) Anna Verschik (Tallinn University, Estonia) Terrence G. Wiley (Center for Applied Linguistics, USA) Bencie Woll (University College London, UK) Lawrence Jun Zhang (University of Auckland, New Zealand)
An Interdisciplinary Journal of Ontological Analysis and Conceptual Modeling. Applied Ontology - An Interdisciplinary Journal of Ontological Analysis and Conceptual Modeling is a new journal whose focus is on information content in its broadest sense. This is the first journal with explicit and exclusive focus on ontological analysis and conceptual modeling, within an interdisciplinary view. "Applied Ontology aims at being a major publication forum for theoretical and applied research in a variety of topics, including specialized ontologies in particular fields, ontology-development methodology, relationships among ontology, language, cognition, and perception, as well as foundational issues and innovative ontology-based applications, such as the Semantic Web," says Editor Guarino. Please visit http://www.iospress.nl or the journal's website http://www.applied-ontology.org for more information. In 2006, Applied Ontology will be published in one volume of four issues (volume 2).
Applied Psycholinguistics publishes original research papers on the psychological processes involved in language. It examines language development and defects in adults and children with and without developmental disabilities. This journal gathers together the best work from a variety of fields including linguistics, psychology, reading, education, language learning, sociology, speech and hearing, and neurology
Applied Research in English is published by the English department at the University of Isfahan, Iran. The journal disseminates peer-reviewed original research results in TEFL and Applied Linguistics, in both print and open-access formats. Contributions must be written exclusively in English and should address one of the following categories: - Foreign language teaching and learning - Bilingualism and multilingualism - Teaching culture and intercultural issues - Gender and language - Language education - Teacher education - Discourse analysis - Curriculum development - Literary studies and applied linguistics - Sociolinguistics - Psycholinguistics - Phonetics and phonology - English for specific purposes - Language testing and assessment - Pragmatics
The National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) has opened its new peer-reviewed, open-access e-journal, Aprendizaje y Enseñanza de Lenguas Indígenas (AELI) [Learning and Teaching Indigenous Languages] for indigenous-language teachers and the professionals who work with them. Submissions are invited. For the time being, publication will be in Spanish only. Upon final acceptance, articles will be uploaded as quickly as possible. A new number is opened each semester; the current one will be closed in July and the next one will be opened in September.
AWEJ is a nonprofit, refereed, peer-reviewed, and open-access e-journal for scholars, researchers, teachers, and officials of the English language in the Arab countries and in the entire world. AWEJ is a quarterly journal (four issues a year).
Arbitrer is a journal published by the Masyarakat Lingusitik Indonesia chapter Andalas University. The journal is concerned on linguistics and related studies.
Encompassing all aspects of the French language, Arborescences is dedicated to critical thought on current debates in French studies, whether it be related to literature, linguistics or the philosophy of teaching. In order to help establish and convey new knowledge in each of these areas of study, we aim to promote a theoretical and critical approach to a specific theme in each of our issues. Openly interdisciplinary, Arborescences’ goal is to become a meeting place for different disciplines without neglecting their own necessary specificity. Founded in 2010 at the University of Toronto and hopeful of overcoming the geographical limits of a province and of a university, this journal strives to initiate and invest in new forms of intellectual exchange.
Arena Romanistica aims to be an international, refereed journal focusing on current research in Romance languages and literatures, in particular French, Spanish and Italian. Its main areas of focus are linguistic, literary and cultural studies.
AJAL is an international, fully refereed, open-access e-journal led by FAAPI (Federación Argentina de Asociaciones de Profesores de Inglés). It is a publication for teachers, trainers, and researchers interested in sharing their expertise, experience, and concerns in the fields of Applied Linguistics and English Language Teaching. AJAL welcomes original research articles, state-of-the-art articles, literature reviews, materials reviews, and classroom accounts which focus on practical aspects.
The Faculty of Letters, University of Craiova (Romania) is pleased to announce the launch of Argotica, a yearly electronic review, with the aim of publishing articles, studies, book reviews, notes and comments on slang in general, and on European slang in particular. An interesting register, slang lies at the junction of several disciplines, such as linguistics, lexicology, anthropology, sociology, and history, thus favouring a wide range of scientific approaches. Almost permanently present in every language’s history, slang is an urban creation par excellence, an unavoidable element in music, film, literature (prose or poetry), in urban communication.
An International Journal on Reasoning Editor: Frans H. van Eemeren Argumentation is an international and interdisciplinary journal. Its aim is to gather academic contributions from a wide range of scholarly backgrounds and approaches to reasoning, natural inference and persuasion: communication, rhetoric (classical and modern), linguistics, discourse analysis, pragmatics, psychology, philosophy, logic (formal and informal), critical thinking, history and law. Its scope includes a diversity of interests, varying from philosophical, theoretical and analytical to empirical and practical topics. Argumentation publishes papers, book reviews, a yearly bibliography, and announcements of conferences and seminars.
Argumentation et analyse du discours est une revue électronique dont l'ambition est d'offrir un lieu d'échange aux chercheurs qui tentent aujourd'hui de réfléchir aux rapports qui s'établissent entre l'analyse du discours, l'argumentation et la rhétorique dans l'espace global des sciences du langage. Cette publication semestrielle, rédigée en langue française, émane du groupe de recherche Analyse du discours, argumentation, rhétorique (ADARR) du département de français de l’université de Tel-Aviv. Argumentation et analyse du discours is an electronic journal that offers a focus for exchange to researchers who are today trying to reflect on the relations established between the analysis of discourse, argumentation and rhetoric in the global area of language sciences. The journal is a biannual publication, written in French by the research group “Analyse du discours, argumentation, rhétorique” (ADARR) of the French department of the Tel-Aviv University.
The Arizona Working Papers in Second Language Acquisition and Teaching is a publication of the University of Arizona Interdisciplinary Ph.D. Program in Second Language Acquisition and Teaching (SLAT). The Working Papers were thus conceived as a source for scholarly dialogue among SLAT students, SLAT faculty and the second language research community at large. They are furthermore intended as an opportunity for doctoral students in the field of second language studies to experience the publishing process as well as an outlet for established second language researchers to present work in progress.
Metrica is a peer-reviewed electronic journal on metrics and metrical systems. The web site (http://irodalom.elte.hu/mezura/) also offers an interdisciplinary forum for all those interested in metrics and poetry. National rubrics (e.g. Hungarian, Galician) facilitate the access to sources of supplementary information on national poetic traditions. Scientific committee: Eric Beaumatin – Université Paris III (Sorbonne Nouvelle) Dominique Billy – Université de Toulouse le Mirail Mercedes Brea – Universidade de Santiago de Compostela José Domínguez Caparrós – Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia, Madrid Iván Horváth – ELTE, Budapest Aldo Menichetti – Université de Fribourg Contact the editors: Levente Seláf, Budapest - L.Selaf(at)em.uni-frankfurt.de Patrizia Noel, Munich - patrizia.noel(at)germanistik.uni-muenchen.de Ángel Luján Atienza, Madrid - lujanatienza(at)yahoo.com
Artificial Intelligence Review serves as a forum for the work of researchers and application developers from Artificial Intelligence, Cognitive Science and related disciplines. The Review publishes state-of-the-art research reports and critical evaluations of applications, techniques and algorithms from these fields. Artificial Intelligence Review also presents refereed survey and tutorial articles, as well as reviews and commentary on significant developments from these disciplines.
Editor Shobha Satyanath | University of Delhi | firstname.lastname@example.org Associate Editors Kenjirô Matsuda | Kobe Shoin Women’s University Miriam Meyerhoff | Victoria University of Wellington James N. Stanford | Dartmouth College ISSN 2215-1354 | E-ISSN 2215-1362 This journal aims to report research on the description and analysis of variation and change from the Asia-Pacific region. The journal encourages research that is firmly based on empirical data and quantitative analysis of variation and change as well as the social factors that are reflected and constructed through language variation and change. Though much of the research is expected to be based on new speech data and fieldwork, the language data may be either oral or written, including both modern and historical resources. The unique emphasis of the journal is to promote understanding of the multifaceted linguistic communities of Asia-Pacific. This journal is peer reviewed and indexed in: IBR/IBZ
The Asian EFL Journal examines issues within the Asian English as a Foreign Language (EFL) Linguistic scene. The Asian EFL Journal is a major forum devoted to discussions on English as an International language research and development. This journal is freely accessible to the global academic and teaching community.
Assessing Writing is a refereed international journal providing a forum for ideas, research and practice on the assessment of written language. Assessing Writing publishes articles, book reviews, conference reports, and academic exchanges concerning writing assessments of all kinds, including traditional ('direct' and standardised forms of) testing of writing, alternative performance assessments (such as portfolios), workplace sampling and classroom assessment. The journal focuses on all stages of the writing assessment process, including needs evaluation, assessment creation, implementation, and validation, and test development; it aims to value all perspectives on writing assessment as process, product and politics (test takers and raters; test developers and agencies; educational administrations; and political motivations). The journal is interested in review essays of key issues in the theory and practice of writing assessment.
Languages covered are either extinct or rare i.e the Guanches of Canary Islands, Pre-Celtic, Egyptian language origins, and Basque sometimes Eskimo expressions. The purpose of the Journals written by Egerton Sykes and hosted by Dean Clarke is to enlighten the academic community about the fringe aspects of language, in a very careful study.
*Listed in the Thomson Reuters Journal Citation Reports® The Australian Journal of Linguistics, the official journal of the Australian Linguistic Society, is concerned with all branches of linguistics, with preference given to articles of theoretical interest. The journal maintains an international focus, while at the same time encouraging articles on Australian languages, Australian English, and language in Australian society. Editor: Keith Allan, Monash University, Australia Publication Details: 4 issues per year Print ISSN: 0726-8602 Online ISSN: 1469-2996 See the journal homepage for current subscription rates.
The Australian Review of Applied Linguistics (ARAL) is the journal of the Applied Linguistics Association of Australia. The aim of the journal is to present research in a wide range of areas, but in particular research that is relevant to the particular region of the world that it covers. The journal aims to promote the development of links between language related research and its application in educational, professional, and other language related settings. Areas that are covered by the journal include first and second language teaching and learning, bilingualism and bilingual education, the use of technologies in language teaching and learning, corpus linguistics, discourse analysis, translation and interpreting, language testing, language planning, academic literacies and rhetoric. ARAL is a peer reviewed journal. Research articles are reviewed anonymously by members of the editorial board and guest reviewers
BELT - Brazilian English Language Teaching Journal - is a freely distributed electronic publication. The journal aims to publish papers produced by professionals involved with English language education. Our main goal is to promote a broader debate on issues related to English language teaching in Brazil at various levels and in different contexts. Published every semester, the journal welcomes original articles, book reviews, interviews and didactic activities.
The aim of BISAL is to offer a forum for staff, research fellows, and postgraduate students of the Applied Linguistics programmes at Birkbeck in which work can be made available to the Birkbeck community, as well as to the wider community of linguists. The series will primarily reflect the research interests of the Applied Linguistics section at Birkbeck which include Bilingualism, Multilingualism and Multiculturalism, Second Language Acquisition, Sociolinguistics, Pragmatics, Translation, and Psycho-and Neurolinguistics. However, contributions in related subdisciplines (linguistic theory, semantics) will also be considered. Contributions from visitors to Birkbeck's Applied Linguistics programmes will be welcome too. Contributions will be accepted in English, French or Spanish. Contributions will be submitted to the Editors and will be reviewed by members of the Editorial Board, which consists of faculty members from Birkbeck's Applied Linguistics programmes, and an external assessor with expertise in the specific area of the paper. Accepted papers will be published on the website of Applied Linguistics, School of Languages, Linguistics and Culture, Birkbeck. BISAL will be published annually. The series will be publicized within the University of London linguistics community and linguistics communities worldwide.
"BOCA" is a graduate student journal which strives to publish articles which are emblematic of not only the diversity of our field, but also the ways in which scholars from one subfield of linguistics can be informed, encouraged, and pushed in new directions by the work of linguists in other subfields. The Spring publication is a general issue, while the Fall publication has a thematic focus. Submissions will be accepted in any language, so long as we are able to secure an appropriate editor. ~BOCA~ is the result of the diversity that has always represented both South Florida and the field of linguistics. The unique cultural and linguistic composition of South Florida has provided an intriguing and palpable back-drop for our linguistic studies; and, it is our mission to provide a journalistic forum that mirrors this distinctive structure. ~BOCA~ is a publication that was conceived as a forum for all linguistic fields. Our bi-annual publication features one issue dedicated to broad topics in linguistics, and a second issue focused on one area of linguistic study. This publication is intended to spark scholarly dialogue among the different disciplines, and is thus a reflection of the diversity of work being produced at the graduate level of linguistic study. We welcome papers for publication from linguists (professionals or students) in any language, provided we can find an appropriate editor.
The aim of this journal is to create links between researchers from apparently different scientific fields, such as Computer Science and Neurology. In fact, there are a lot of topics such as Artificial Intelligence, Cognitive Sciences and Neurosciences that can intersect in the study of the brain and its intelligent functions. Our journal contains (in section BRAINovations) peer review articles. These articles should be original unpublished articles of the authors. The peer review process is a blind one. The reviewers are well recognized scientists who make part of our scientific board, and independent reviewers. Also, we have a section BRAINStorming for works in progress and discussion between different researchers, from different area.
Babel: Revue internationale de la traduction / International Journal of Translation. Fondateur – Founder Editor Pierre-François Caillé/Rédacteur en chef – Editor-in-Chief René Haeseryn (ISSN: 0521-9744; E-ISSN: 1569-9668). Electronic edition at ingentaJournals. Babel is a scholarly journal designed primarily for translators and interpreters, yet of interest also for the nonspecialist concerned with current issues and events in the field of translation. Babel includes articles on translation theory and practice, as well as discussions of the legal, financial and social aspects of the translator’s profession; it reports on new methods of translating, such as machine-aided translation, the use of computerized dictionaries or word banks; it also focuses on schools, special courses, degrees, and prizes for translators. An established publication, Babel will appeal to all those who make translation their business. Contributions are written in French and English and occasionally in German, Italian and Russian. Babel is published for the Federation of Translators (FIT). This journal is peer reviewed and indexed in: IBR/IBZ, INIST, Linguistic Bibliography/Bibliographie Linguistique, LLBA, MLA Bibliography, European Reference Index for the Humanities
Babel is a print magazine all about language and linguistics. With Prof. David Crystal as Linguistic Advisor and Profs. Lesley Jeffries and Dan McIntyre as co-editors, it is written and compiled by world-class linguists. Nevertheless, it is aimed at a wide range of language-lovers, bringing cutting edge research in linguistics to our subscribers in an accessible and fun glossy magazine. Each full issue is 52 pages of language-lovers' lore.
Studies in contemporary and historic Bulgarian grammar, dialectology, lexicology and linguistic theory.
Papers written in English from any discipline which deals with Balkan or Southeast European topics.
The 'Beitraege zur Geschichte der Sprachwissenschaft (BGS)', edited by Klaus D. Dutz and Peter Schmitter, is an international journal which wants to serve all scholars (and, of course, all students too) interested in the history of linguistics and adjacent fields as well as in the theory and methodology of historiography. BGS is published in 2 issues per year of about 360 pages altogether. Articles are written in English, French, or German. Each volume usually contains the following columns: articles, discussion, documents, reports on meetings, review articles, short reviews, chronicle, bibliography of recent publications in the field.
The "Beiträge zur Geschichte der deutschen Sprache und Literatur (PBB)" was founded by Hermann Paul and Wilhelm Braune in 1874. It publishes essays on diachronic linguistics and the history of German Literature from the beginnings to about 1600, as well as reviews of monographs and collected works in these fields. Whilst focusing on the German language and literature, it also contains contributions on Germanic languages (especially old Nordic) as well as middle Latin philology and interdisciplinary works.
BELL is an international interdisciplinary journal whose aim is to publish research and stimulate discussion in the fields of English literatures and cultural studies, linguistics and translation studies, and English as a foreign language. BELL recognises that cross-fertilisation of ideas is vital to the broad community of those working in English studies and is concerned to provide a forum in which theoretical or applied research in its fields of interest can be presented and confronted with other views.
Belgian Journal of Linguistics Editor-in-Chief Frank Brisard, University of Antwerp ISSN: 0774-5141 E-ISSN: 1569-9676 Electronic edition at ingentaJournals The Belgian Journal of Linguistics is the annual publication of the Linguistic Society of Belgium and includes selected contributions from the international meetings organized by the LSB. Its volumes are topical and address a wide range of subjects in different fields of linguistics and neighboring disciplines (e.g. translation, poetics, political discourse). The BJL transcends its local basis, not only through the international orientation of its active advisory board, but also by inviting international scholars, both to act as guest editors and to contribute original papers. Articles go through an external and discriminating review process with due attention to ensuring the maintenance of the journal's high-quality content. This journal is peer reviewed and indexed in: IBR/IBZ, INIST, Language Abstracts, Linguistic Bibliography/Bibliographie Linguistique, LLBA, MLA Bibliography, European Reference Index for the Humanities
Belgrade BELLS (ISSN: 1821-3138) is an annual peer-reviewed academic journal issued by the Department of English Language and Literature, Faculty of Philology, University of Belgrade, Serbia. The aim of the journal is to provide an international forum for current investigations in English theoretical/applied linguistics and Anglophone literary/cultural studies, promoting high academic standards and exchange of ideas throughout a broad academic community.
Peer reviewed plurilingual journal of Language and Literature Teaching Methods associated with the masters degree in Research in Language and Literature Teaching Methodology and the doctoral programme from the Area of Language and Literature Education of the Faculty of Education of the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (Spain). The aim of the journal is to publish outstanding research by current and recently graduated research students and invited academics on the topic of language and literature teaching and learning. We aim to publish original texts of high academic quality from young researchers in this field. The journal publishes empirical investigations, literary reviews or interviews within the range of research in language and literature teaching methods. Submissions in Catalan, Spanish, French and English are accepted. Submissions to the journal are reviewed by the editorial board and advisory board, using a critical process of blind peer review.
The purpose of the Center is to disseminate research relating to the literary and linguistic history of the Romance languages.
The Berkeley Review of Education (BRE) is a peer-reviewed interdisciplinary journal that engages issues of educational diversity and equity within cognitive, developmental, sociohistorical, linguistic, and cultural contexts. Published online and edited by students from the Graduate School of Education at the University of California, Berkeley, the BRE encourages submissions on research and theory from senior and emerging scholars, practitioners, and policymakers. The BRE accepts two types of manuscripts, research papers and theoretical essays. Full-length research papers will present original empirical research that can employ a range of methodologies, including both qualitative and/or quantitative design and analysis (i.e., case study, ethnographic, discourse analytic, longitudinal and cross sectional, experimental, and design based research). Manuscripts should not exceed 8,000 words (including references and footnotes).
Bilingualism is an international peer-reviewed journal focusing on bilingualism from a cognitive science perspective. The aims of the journal are to promote research on the bilingual person and to encourage debate in the field.
Biolinguistics is a peer-reviewed journal exploring theoretical linguistics that takes the biological foundations of human language seriously. The editorial board is made up of leading scholars from all continents in the fields of theoretical linguistics, language acquisition, language change, theoretical biology, genetics, philosophy of mind, and cognitive psychology. Biolinguistics seeks to disseminate research globally to theoretically minded linguists, linguistically minded biologists, cognitive scientists in general, and anyone else with an interest in the scientific study of language. The journal is concerned with the exploration of issues related to theory formation within the biolinguistic program of generative grammar as well as results drawn from experimental studies in psycho- and neurolinguistics or cognition at large.
Boletin de Filologia is a publication of the Department of Linguistics of the University of Chile. The main goal of the journal is to publish original articles, notes or review articles on Hispanic linguistics and philology, romance linguistics, and general linguistics. Founded by Dr. Rodolfo Oroz in 1934, it is the oldest Latin American journal devoted to Hispanic linguistics and philology and since its foundation its prestige has been internationally acknowledged. In its more than a half century of publication, many eminent Hispanists from all over the world have contributed to the journal. Currently, two numbers of each annual volume are published. Successive reforms of the structure of the University of Chile have led to changes in the name of the journal, as the journal has on occasions been administratively attached to different academic units. However, Boletin de Filologia has invariably met the goals set out in Volume IV (1944-1946).
Book of Squibs: Topics in the formal study of language aims to promote the scientific research on human language, developed within the framework of Generative Grammar in the fields of syntax, morphology, semantics and its interfaces. The Book of Squibs is the first Brazilian journal to publish only squibs on aspects involving formal approaches in the study of grammar. In linguistic usage, a squib is a short article. It may outline anomalous data but not suggest a solution and it may also develop a minor theoretical argument. The term was popularized by J. R. Ross (1960).
The International Journal of Hispanic Linguistics aims to providing a forum of exchange of ideas about contemporary Hispanic grammar and other disciplines inside linguistics. It is a biannual, online, open-access journal open to all areas of research inside Hispanic linguistics, including phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, pragmatics, sociolinguistics, language variation and applied linguistics. It is focused on synchronic studies and it accepts works inside all theoretical frameworks. Works that focus on historical aspects of Spanish or on other languages will be considered for publication to the extent that they explicitly compare them to any variety of contemporary Spanish. We specially encourage authors that have noticed new patterns of data or found empirical generalizations that help systematise some understudied aspect of language to submit their works.
Co-Editors: H.A. Whitaker, S.L. Small, An interdisciplinary journal, Brain and Language, A Journal of Clinical, Experimental, and Theoretical Research, publishes original research articles, theoretical papers, critical reviews, case histories, historical studies, and scholarly notes. Contributions are relevant to human language or communication in relation to any aspect of the brain or brain function. Articles have theoretical import, either formulating new hypotheses, or supporting or refuting new or previously established hypotheses. Research Areas include: • Linguistics • Neuroanatomy • Neurology • Neurophysiology • Philosophy • Psychology • Psychiatry • Speech pathology • Computer science
The Brazilian Journal of Applied Linguistics, a non-profitable publication, is a peer-reviewed quarterly journal with the mission to encourage research in the field of Applied Linguistics. Founded in 2001, the journal welcomes articles that address the many complex phenomena of language-related real life problems, concerning language use in different contexts or language learning. The journal also publishes reviews and interviews and two issues a year focus on a specific theme in the field. The Journal, sponsored by the Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG) Program of Linguistics Studies (POSLIN) and the Brazilian Research Agencies CNPq and FAPEMIG, is freely distributed to the members of ALAB (Brazilian Association of Applied Linguistics). For information and submission, read more at http://www.letras.ufmg.br/rbla/english.html
Brief is an open access electronic journal of short articles (ca. 500 words), aimed at serving as a repository of research prompts in various fields of British and American studies. The journal consists of three volumes devoted to Cognitive Linguistics, American literature and British and American culture. The Cognitive Linguistics volume of the journal aims at publishing articles covering a wide variety of topics within the field of modern Cognitive Linguistics. Specific areas of interest include (but are not limited to): * Cognitive grammar and construction grammar * Mental spaces and conceptual blending * Metaphor and metonymy * Iconicity in language * Intercultural studies * Cognitive pragmatics * Frame semantics * Subjectification * Cognitive sociolinguistics * Cognitive stylistics
Brill Research Perspectives in Multilingualism and Second Language Acquisition provide in-depth and authoritative surveys of key topics within these disciplines. The articles are written by leading scholars in the field who have been invited to contribute and not only give an overview of the field but also their own unique perspective on it. References are hyperlinked to the original sources where possible, giving scholars the opportunity to stay on stop of the literature or reading up on a subject quickly. For more information and a full list of subjects, please check http://www.brill.com/products/brill-research-perspectives/forthcoming-series-brill-research-perspectives.
Brill’s Journal of Afroasiatic Languages and Linguistics is a peer-reviewed international forum devoted to the descriptive and theoretical study of Afroasiatic languages. The territory of the Afroasiatic family spans a vast area to the South of the Mediterranean, extending from the Atlantic Ocean to the Middle East and reaching deep into the heart of Africa. Some of the Afroasiatic languages have been studied for centuries, while others still remain partially or entirely undocumented. In the course of the second half of the 20th century, the constantly increasing qualitative and quantitative contribution of Afroasiatic languages to the elaboration of linguistic theory has met with considerable attention from the linguistic community. The Journal seeks top-level contributions in phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, comparative and historical linguistics. Its target audience comprises specialists in Afroasiatic languages and general linguists. The online edition offers the option to include sound and video files as well as other datafiles. In the course of the second half of the 20th century, the constantly increasing qualitative and quantitative contribution of Afroasiatic languages to the elaboration of linguistic theory has met with considerable attention from the linguistic community. The Annual seeks top-level contributions in phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, comparative and historical linguistics. Its target audience comprises specialists in Afroasiatic languages and general linguists.
Annual publication of the British Association of Applied Linguistics. Each volume is a selection of papers by international experts in applied linguistics on a central theme from the previous years conference of the British Association of Applied Linguistics. Volumes are published annually in September.
Brno Studies in English (BSE) is an open, peer reviewed international journal publishing articles from the fields of English and American studies. Published annually in two volumes by teh Department of English and American Studies, Faculty of Arts, Masaryk University in Brno. The journal publishes articles primarily in the following fields: discourse analysis, pragmatics, sociolinguistics, and functional syntax. It also includes contributions from literature, cultural studies and translation studies. Included in ERIH and SCOPUS (2012).
Bucharest Working Papers in Linguistics (BWPL) is published twice a year by the Centre for the Study of Language Development and Linguistic Communication, Department of English, University of Bucharest. It publishes work of current interest in all areas of theoretical and applied linguistics.
The BAM, published twice a year, is the journal of the Association des Medievistes de l'Enseignement Superieur, devoted to the study of medieval English language and litterature. Contributions are invited on all topics related to this field, in English or in French (submissions are reviewed by at least two reviewers from the journal's editorial board).
We are pleased to announce that CALICO Journal, founded in 1983, will move to Equinox in 2015. CALICO is the official publication of the Computer Assisted Language Instruction Consortium (CALICO) and is devoted to the dissemination of information concerning the application of technology to language teaching and language learning. The journal is published online-only, is fully refereed and publishes research articles and studies, book reviews, and digital tool and resource reviews. Three issues appear annually and normally one of them is a thematic issue on current discourses and developments in Computer-Assisted Language Learning. The editors of the journal are Bryan Smith, Arizona State University, and Mathias Schulze, University of Waterloo Personal membership in The Computer Assisted Language Instruction Consortium includes a subscription to the journal and reduced registration rate for the annual CALICO conference. For more information and to join, please visit the Consortium’s website: https://calico.org/ For more information about the contents of the next issues of the journal, information on how to subscribe, order back issues or contribute articles to the journal, please visit the journal website: https://www.equinoxpub.com/journals/index.php/CALICO
• Promote research in Applied Linguistics • Assist researchers in refining and publishing their research • Advise members on calls for papers from international conferences • Run workshops on the British based linguistics promoted by BAAL in research on language • Publish refereed specialist journal in the area of Applied Linguistics
CORPUS is an international journal, published once a year in a paper version as well as in a free online version (six months later). Its articles are reviewed by a scientific committee. CORPUS investigates all the aspects of corpus linguistics: theoretical, epistemological, and methodological, whatever linguistic field and language. The successive issues of the journal aim at developing an in-depth reflection on the role corpora hold in contemporary linguistic research along with a reflexive analysis on the collection and implementation of the mentioned corpora. Concomitantly, the heuristic processes uniting the gathering and the structuring of empirical data on the one hand, and the emergence or the validation of the linguistic hypotheses on the other hand, are also sought to be evaluated and made explicit.
Cultus: The Journal of intercultural mediation and communication is an international refereed journal focusing on the role of culture in constructing, perceiving and translating reality. The goal of this Journal is to promote research, education and training in communication by investigating language, languages, cultural models, conflict, mediation and interculturality. Furthermore, since translation is considered as mediation between cultures it will be included as a way of seeing cultural linguistics at work. Topics:1. Relationship between language and culture; 2. Culture and communication; 3. Cultural linguistics. Editors: David Katan, University of Salento and Trieste (Italy); Elena Manca, University of Salento (Italy); Cinzia Spinzi, University of Naples and Taranto (Bari)(Italy)
Cadernos de Etnolingüística (Estudos de Lingüística Sul-Americana) is an electronic journal aimed at publishing original contributions on South American indigenous languages, including articles, reviews, squibs, and unpublished documents (or documents of heretofore limited circulation). Its main goal is to promote the exchange of ideas among researchers in the field, encouraging the discussion of particularly important topics and divulging recent advances in the study of the continent's indigenous languages. Editorial quality is assured by a peer-review process conducted by a qualified editorial board, constituted by linguists from a variety of theoretical orientations, geographic focuses, and institutional affiliations, all of which are actively involved in the analysis and documentation of South American languages.
Cahiers was created as the newsletter of the Association for French Language Studies in 1995 and was published in print form until 2003. From the outset, short refereed articles were included which may be consulted in the archive. In 2003 Cahiers went online underder the editorship of Tim Pooley then supported by Gaëlle Planchenault and moved more towards its role as an academic journal, particularly but by no means exclusively, encouraging the work of new researchers. Of course these days hot-news items and announcements of future activities are better placed on AFLS-NEWS. Since January 2010, Cahiers has become an academic journal with an international editorial board. Cahiers is published twice a year (in January and July), and the first issue of the ``New Cahiers' will be available in July 2010.
The Cahiers de Linguistique -Asie Orientale publishes original articles concerning the languages and linguistics of East and Southeast Asia. The topics may deal with synchronic or diachronic issues and are not subject to any restriction on the theoretical framework used. Articles are published in English, French or Chinese. Contributions other than articles may also be published as 'Notes and Documents'. This rubric includes thesis abstracts and research squibs on interesting and novel topics. Submission of book reviews is similarly welcomed.
Now published at Brill: Cahiers de Linguistique Asie Orientale From 2013 Brill will publish Cahiers de Linguistique Asie Orientale (CLAO), an established peer-reviewed international journal whose mission is to publish new and original research on the analysis of languages of the East and Southeast Asian region, be they descriptive or theoretical. The journal seeks top-level contributions in any linguistic subdomain and in any theoretical framework with reference to a language or languages from the East and Southeast Asian region. Focusing at the same time on well-studied Asian languages, such as Chinese, Japanese, and Korean, and on those that are still partially or entirely undocumented, CLAO brings languages of the East and Southeast Asian region into a key position in current debate within linguistics and related fields. CLAO is published in collaboration with the Centre for Linguistic Research on East Asian Languages (Centre de Recherches Linguistiques sur L´Asie Orientale – CRLAO). Edited by Katia Chirkova and Christine Lamarre For authors guidelines for the preparation of manuscripts and electronic submission, please direct your browser to www.brill.com/publications/journals/cahiers-de-linguistique-asie-orientale.
Cahiers was created as the newsletter of the Association for French Language Studies in 1995 and was published in print form until 2003. In 2003 Cahiers went online under the editorship of Tim Pooley, then supported by Gaëlle Planchenault. Since January 2010, Cahiers has become an academic journal with an international editorial board. Cahiers is published twice a year (in January and July), and the first issue of the 'New Cahiers' will be available in July 2010.
Édités par le Réseau international francophone d'aménagement linguistique (Rifal), les "Cahiers du Rifal" ont pris la succession de la revue "Terminologies nouvelles", dont 21 numéros sont déjà parus. Le premier numéro des Cahiers du Rifal porte donc le n° 22. La revue paraît annuellement et la direction de chaque numéro est confiée à des spécialistes du thàme de l'appel à communications. Comité scientifique : Daniel Blampain (Institut supérieur de traducteurs et interpràtes, Bruxelles), Marcel Diki-Kidiri (Centre national de la recherche scientifique, Paris), Abdelkader Fassi-Fehri (Institut d'études et de recherches pour l'arabisation, Rabat), John Humbley (Université de Paris VII), Chérif Mbodj (Centre de linguistique appliquée de Dakar), Marie-Claude l'Homme (Université de Montréal), Silvia Pavel (Bureau de la traduction, Hull), Eric Wehrli (Université de Genàve).
California Linguistic Notes is a semi-annual peer-reviewed journal which publishes articles, notes & replies, squibs, and book reviews of interest to the field of general linguistics. We are particularly interested in articles on lesser-researched languages. The journal may be accessed by following the appropriate link in the side menu to the desired volume and issue. Editor: Patricia Schneider-Zioga
Journal of Linguistics and Literature, published on-line, in French.
Cambridge Occasional Papers in Linguistics (COPiL) is an online journal of works in progress by staff, students and researchers working in linguistics and related disciplines throughout the University of Cambridge. COPiL also hosts proceedings of workshops and conferences associated with the Department of Linguistics. In addition to full-length papers, shorter contributions (squibs) and review articles are encouraged.
The CJNSE is a graduate student journal aiming to produce quality peer-reviewed research articles, literature reviews, book reviews, and position papers from a body of Canadian graduate students in the field of Education. Our bilingual journal, published bi-annually, showcases Canadian graduate student scholarship while employing a stringent peer-review process that provides mentoring opportunities for emerging scholars.
The Canadian Journal of Linguistics publishes articles of original research in linguistics in both English and French. The articles deal with linguistic theory, linguistic description of English and French and a variety of other natural languages, phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, historical linguistics, sociolinguistics, psycholinguistics, first and second language acquisition and other areas of interest to linguists.
CJNS/RCEN appears twice a year. It is published by the Canadian Association for the Advancement of Netherlandic Studies / l'Association canadienne des études néerlandaises. It offers a variety of articles on the culture of the Low Countries.
www.utpjournals.com/cmlr CMLR is a bilingual, refereed scholarly publication of national scope and international repute. The CMLR/RCLV serves members of the teaching profession, administrators and researchers in all levels of English and French as second languages and in addition, those interested in native and other modern, international or heritage language programs and issues.
The Canadian Undergraduate Journal of Cognitive Science is an electronic journal published by the Cognitive Science Student Association at Simon Fraser University. Our aim is to provide a forum for students to share work amongst peers and gain valuable experience in the process of getting an academic paper published. As a publication, CUJCS provides a unique reference for students, showcasing quality research by other undergraduate students, improving the contact and exchange of ideas between Canadian students and cognitive scientists alike, and illustrating the interdiscplinary work that is the hallmark of cognitive science everywhere.
Catalan Journal of Linguistics, edited by the Grup de Gramática TeÃ²rica of the Universitat AutÃ²noma de Barcelona and the Institut Interuniversitari de Filologia Valenciana. This new journal aims to contribute with annual issues to ongoing debates in the study of grammar, with special emphasis on Romance, and the generative framework.
Child Language Teaching and Therapy exists to help those who work with children with language learning difficulties caused by an inadequate command of spoken or written language. Particular attention is paid to children who have been variously labelled speech- or language-disordered, aphasic, dyslexic, with special (language) needs, or with language learning disabilities. In addition, the journal provides a forum for expository critical accounts of important theoretical, methodological or technical developments in relevant fields. https://online.sagepub.com/cgi/register
Children's Literature in Education has been a key source of articles on all aspects of children's literature for more than 40 years. It covers classic and contemporary material, the highbrow and the popular, and ranges across works for infants through to material for young adults. It features fiction, poetry, drama and non-fictional material (plus studies in other media: film, TV, computer games, online works); visual narratives from picture books and comics to graphic novels; interviews with writers and artists; textual analysis and interpretation from differing theoretical perspectives; historical approaches to the area; reader-response work with children; ideas for teaching children's literature; adaptation, translation and publishing. CLE is a peer-reviewed journal covering children's literature worldwide, suitable for professionals in the field (academics, librarians, teachers) and any other interested adults.
The focus of this 30-year-old journal has recently been expanded from the topics of language education and second language acquisition in China to also include a wide variety of other relevant topics in Chinese applied linguistics. The journal is an Asian journal with international appeal: all articles are published in English (with Chinese abstracts provided), the editorial board members are diverse, and the journal attracts submissions from researchers all over the world. The journal is affiliated with the China English Language Education Association. The "Chinese Journal of Applied Linguistics (CJAL)" (formerly known as "Teaching English in China – CELEA Journal") was created in 1978 as a newsletter by the British Council, Beijing. It is the affiliated journal of China English Language Education Association (founded in 1981 and now the Chinese affiliate of AILA [International Association of Applied Linguistics]). The "Chinese Journal of Applied Linguistics" is the only English language teaching (ELT) journal in China that is published in English, serving as a window to Chinese reform on ELT for professionals in China and around the world. The journal is internationally focused, fully refereed, and its articles address a wide variety of topics in Chinese applied linguistics which include – but also reach beyond – the topics of language education and second language acquisition. Beginning with the first issue in 2011, the journal will be co-published by De Gruyter Mouton, the Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press (FLTRP), and the Cultural and Education Section of the British Embassy. De Gruyter Mouton will be responsible for the sales and distribution of the journal outside of China.
Chinese Language and Discourse An International and Interdisciplinary Journal Editors: K. K. Luke, Nanyang Technological University/University of Hong Kong Hongyin Tao, University of California, Los Angeles Li Wei, University of London Executive Editor Hongyin Tao, University of California, Los Angeles Review Editor Li Wei, University of London email@example.com ISSN: 1877-7031 E-ISSN: 1877-8798 A peer-reviewed journal which seeks to publish original work on Chinese and related languages, with a focus on current topics in Chinese discourse studies. The notion of discourse is a broad one, emphasizing an empirical orientation and encompassing such linguistic fields as language and society, language and culture, language and social interaction, discourse and grammar, communication studies, and contact linguistics. Special emphasis is placed on systematic documentation of Chinese usage patterns and methodological innovations in explaining Chinese and related languages from a wide range of functionalistic perspectives, including, but not limited to, those of Conversation Analysis, sociolinguistics, corpus linguistics, grammaticalization, cognitive linguistics, and typological and comparative studies. The journal also publishes review articles as well as discussion topics. Exchanges of research views between authors and readers are also encouraged. Subject classification Linguistics Discourse studies Pragmatics Sino-Tibetan languages Sociolinguistics and Dialectology
CASLAR is a bilingual, peer-reviewed journal that publishes papers both in Chinese and English. It is the first bilingual journal (Chinese - English) published by a Western publisher. The journal will publish 3 papers in Chinese and 3 papers in English in each issue starting with 2 issues in 2012. Each paper in the journal will have a summary in both Chinese and English. The goal of the journal is twofold: It will a provide a forum for scholars interested in Chinese as a Second Language Research, and it will function as a unique outlet that publishes cutting edge research with content and structure in a format that reflects the rapidly growing interest in Chinese as a Second Language (CSL) accessible to researchers both in Chinese speaking countries and areas as well as the Western world. The journal focuses on research on the acquisition, development and use of CSL. It supports interaction and scholarly debate between researchers representing different subfields of linguistics with a focus on CSL. The journal intends to be a forum for researchers who are looking for new tools and methods to investigate and better understand CSL. We are especially interested in publishing articles and research papers that - address major issues of second language acquisition from the perspective of CSL, - explore the implications of CSL research for theoretical developments and practical applications, - focus on the acquisition and use of varieties of CSL, - study the nature of interaction between native speakers and non-native speakers of Chinese, - investigate how empirical findings of CSL can advance and develop better Chinese language teaching methodologies, - analyze the ways in which language is both shaped by culture and is the medium through which culture is created. Please send inquiries and submissions in English to Prof. Dr. Istvan Kecskes: firstname.lastname@example.org Please send inquiries and submissions in Chinese to Prof. Dr. Lizhen Peng: email@example.com Editor-in-Chief: Istvan Kecskes, State University of New York, Albany, USA Co-Editor: Lizhen Peng, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China Assistant Editor: Ned Danison, State University of New York, Albany, USA
The journal Chomskyan Studies is an interdisciplinary journal published twice a year by the International Society for Chomskyan Studies. The journal requires all the articles to be written in English. As was already written above, the journal aims for convergent interdisicplinary research which focuses directly or indirectly on work of Chomsky's disparate strands of thinking--ranging from linguistics (especially syntax/Chomskyan syntax), language acquisition, philosophy of language, the media critique, and to international politics. Articles for publication should be sent by email to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org (MS Word files are preferred). Articles should be accompanied by a one-paragraph abstract of 150 words or less.
"Ciencia Cognitiva: Revista Electrónica de Divulgación" is a new journal devoted to the popularization of research in all fields of Cognitive Science to a Spanish-speaking audience. It publishes short papers (max 1000 words) in Spanish, which present recent and classic work in easy to understand terms. It is addressed both to fellow scientists working in other disciplines and to a general readership. The research presented in its papers must always have been already published in scientific journals complying to the highest standards of quality control (peer review). Ciencia Cognitiva is an open, free, electronic journal. It can be accessed at http://www.cienciacognitiva.org Submissions related to all fields of Cognitive Science are welcome. To learn more about editorial policy and for detailed instructions for authors, visit us at http://www.cienciacognitiva.org
CLINA is a Translation Studies journal that addresses the growing need for dissemination platforms to showcase recent advances in Translation, Interpreting and neighboring disciplines. It also seeks to promote the growing body of research currently being produced along these avenues of inquiry. Under the auspices of the Department of Translation and Interpreting at the University of Salamanca, one of the earliest champions of the discipline in Spain since 1992, this broad-based, cross-disciplinary journal clearly focuses on the field of Translation Studies. Understood as the theoretical and practical study of a set of activities which results from one text referring to another in an attempt to reactivate or reconstruct within a new linguistic, cultural and ideological context the communicative acts encoded in the first text, Translation Studies is a distinct, widely-recognized discipline that is becoming increasingly prominent in an ever more globalized world. Because human communication is the essence of every human activity, and because the re-contextualization of this communication in other languages and cultural contexts is an undeniable feature of the world we inhabit, the journal’s focal point is wide-ranging and all-inclusive. The contributions on these pages examine translation and interpreting as processes and products, and they also include studies on interlinguistic and intercultural communication.
Official journal of the International Clinical Phonetics and Linguistics Association.
CoDis Working Papers in Discourse Coherence, Cognition and Creativity is an international, free-access research platform that publishes peer-reviewed articles in aspects of meaning construction, discourse coherence, creative discourse coherence (with a focus on literary, popular and advertising discourse), discourse coherence approaches to language teaching, and discourse coherence and translation. Other fields of interest are discourse analysis, discourse production and reception, and socio-cultural approaches to discourse. Multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary studies are especially encouraged.
The French Association for Cognitive Linguistics (AFLiCo) is pleased to launch a call for contributions to their on-line, peer-reviewed journal CogniTextes. The journal is a forum for scientific exchange among researchers in France and beyond working in, or with an interest in, Cognitive Linguistics.
Editors Xu Wen | Southwest University, Beibei, Chongqing | email@example.com Zoltán Kövecses | Eötvös Loránd University Associate Editors Antonio Barcelona | University of Córdoba Stefan Th. Gries | University of California, Santa Barbara John R. Taylor | Christchurch, NZ Review Editor Arie Verhagen | Leiden University ISSN 2213-8722 | E-ISSN 2213-8730 Cognitive Linguistic Studies is an interdisciplinary, multidisciplinary, and transdisciplinary journal of cognitive linguistics, cognitive science, and cognitive neuroscience. It explores implications from and for psycholinguistic, computational, neuroscientific, cross-cultural and cross-linguistic research. Cognitive Linguistic Studies provides a forum for high-quality linguistic research on topics which investigate the interaction between language and human cognition. It offers new insights not only into linguistic phenomena but also into a wide variety of social, psychological, and cultural phenomena. The journal welcomes authoritative, innovative cognitive scholarship from all viewpoints and practices. The contributions mainly focus on topics such as: - Phenomenology-based cognitive linguistic research (such as categorization, prototype theory/semantics, lexical network theory, critical counterclaims, embodied realism, cognitive models, metaphor, metonymy, image schemas, imagery, naturalness, iconicity, and cognitive pragmatics) - Gestalt-psychology based cognitive linguistic research (such as cognitive grammar, construction grammar, constructional syntax, force dynamics, the relation of grammar to cognition) - Cognitive discourse analysis (such as mental space theory, blending theory, cognitive stylistics, cognitive poetics, political discourse) - Cognitive sociolinguistics (such as usage-based conception of language, language variation, ideology, cultural models, cultural linguistics) - Cognitive psycholinguistics (such as language processing, language acquisition, figurative language understanding, usage-based theory of acquisition, neural theory of language) - Cognitive historical linguistics (such as historical/diachronic semantics, grammaticalization theory, constructionalization, lexicalization, subjectivity, intersubjectivity and subjectification) - Contrastive cognitive linguistics (such as cross-cultural linguistics, cognitive linguistic typology) - Applied cognitive linguistics (such as the application of cognitive linguistics in language pedagogy, learning science, translation studies, lexicography, semiotics, and literary studies).
Editor-in-Chief: Ewa Dabrowska Increased IMPACT FACTOR 2010: 1.021 5-year IMPACT FACTOR: 1.717 Rank 41 out of 141 in category Linguistics in the 2010 Thomson Reuters Journal Citation Report/Social Sciences Edition "Cognitive Linguistics" presents a forum for linguistic research of all kinds on the interaction between language and cognition. "Cognitive Linguistics" focuses on language as an instrument for organizing, processing and conveying information, and the journal is devoted to high-quality research on topics such as: - the structural characteristics of natural language categorization (such as prototypicality, cognitive models, metaphor, and imagery) - the functional principles of linguistic organization (such as iconicity) - the conceptual interface between syntax and semantics - the relationship between language and thought, including matters of universality and language specificity - the experiential background of language-in-use, including the cultural background, the discourse context, and the psychological environment of linguistic performance "Cognitive Linguistics" is a peer-reviewed journal of international scope. In order to join ICLA and get the journal at the membership price please fill in the membership registration form. Further information about the International Cognitive Linguistics Association is available from the ICLA Secretary, Dr Ad Foolen Department of Linguistics Radboud University Nijmegen P.O. Box 9103 NL-6500 HD Nijmegen firstname.lastname@example.org Or see the ICLA homepage: http://www.cognitivelinguistics.org/ The ICLA journal, "Cognitive Linguistics", has a website based at the University of Sheffield, under the editorship of Ewa Dabrowska. The site can be accessed at www.cogling.group.shef.ac.uk/.
Cognitive Linguistics: Cognition, Language, Gesture (Abstracting eJournal. Edited by Mark Turner, Case Western Reserve University. Advisory Board: Terrence Deacon, Gilles Fauconnier, Ronald Langacker.) Description: "Cognitive linguistics goes beyond the visible structure of language and investigates the considerably more complex backstage operations of cognition that create grammar, conceptualization, discourse, and thought itself. The theoretical insights of cognitive linguistics are based on extensive empirical observation in multiple contexts, and on experimental work in psychology and neuroscience. Results of cognitive linguistics, especially from metaphor theory and conceptual integration theory, have been applied to wide ranges of nonlinguistic phenomena." —Gilles Fauconnier. 2006. "Cognitive Linguistics." Encyclopedia of Cognitive Science. John Wiley & Sons.
A peer-reviewed international journal, Cognitive Semantics takes the relationship between meaning and mind as its central concern. It welcomes submission of unpublished research from all theoretical orientations in linguistics. It is also intended to be a forum for scholars in related fields – such as psychology, anthropology, neuroscience, artificial intelligence, philosophy, and education – to disseminate their work studying the many and varied aspects of human cognition.
Cognitive Systems Research covers all topics in the study of cognitive processes, in both natural and artificial systems. The journal seeks top-quality contributions and encourages, in particular, articles that transcend traditional disciplinary boundaries (in terms of implications or in terms of approaches).
COMMUNICATION & MEDICINE An Interdisciplinary Journal of Healthcare, Ethics & Society Editor: Srikant Sarangi COMMUNICATION & MEDICINE has the following distinctive aims: - To consolidate different traditions of discourse and communication research in its commitment to an understanding of psychosocial, cultural and ethical aspects of healthcare in contemporary societies. - To cover the different specialities within medicine and allied healthcare studies. - To underscore the significance of specific areas and themes by bringing out special issues from time to time. - To be fully committed to publishing evidence-based, data-driven original studies with practical application and relevance as key guiding principles. - To be targeted at an interdisciplinary audience, which will include healthcare professionals and researchers as well as students in the medical, social and human sciences. - To promote a reader-friendly style and format, including engagements with debates and dialogues on crosscutting themes of topical significance. The editor is supported by an internationally acclaimed, interdisciplinary Advisory Board, selectively drawn to represent the well-established traditions of the medical, social and human sciences. The Advisory Board includes, among others, Paul Atkinson, Robert Barrett, Peter Campion, Christopher N. Candlin, Aaron Cicourel, Angus Clarke, Richard Frankel, Heidi E. Hamilton, John Heritage, Lars-Christer Hydén, Rick Iedema, Jenny Kitzinger, Douglas Maynard, Elliot Mishler, Anssi Peräkylä, Branca Telles Ribeiro, Martin Richards, Celia Roberts, Peter Schulz, and David Silverman. This journal is not longer available at De Gruyter Mouton.
The journal Communication and Medicine: An interdisciplinary Journal of Healthcare, Ethics and Society (issn: 1612-1783) will be published by Equinox Publishing Ltd. beginning with volume 5 (2008). It was formerly published by Mouton de Gruyter. For further details, please see the publishers' website at www.equinoxpub.com.
Communication Studies and Language Pedagogy - CSLP (ISSN 2347-2014) is a peer-reviewed international journal soliciting original work on or related to the scientific investigation of language, speech, communication, and pedagogy. The journal endears to feature a wide variety of development of research, applications and innovations on education and language that improve the teaching performance, provide solutions that can be adopted in the teaching and learning innovations, share empirical findings, place points of inquiries in a historical and epistemological perspective. Works exploring the realm of language and communication (spoken/written) as being crucial for understanding cognition, interaction, and culture, knowledge within language, ICT, professional communication, web-based language learning, communications technology, language pedagogy, gender and ethnicity, and interdisciplinary efforts towards developing contacts across languages and cultures are of particular interest.
Editors: Friedrich Krotz (Responsible Editor) and Keith Roe Associate Editors: Helena Bilandzic, Maren Hartmann and Leen d'Haenens Four issues per volume (approx. 480 pages) ISSN (Print) 0341-2059 ISSN (Online) 1613-4087 "The European Journal of Communication Research" is an established forum for scholarship and academic debate in the field of communication science and research. Communication science is concerned with the investigation of the structure and function of communication processes and their impact on society, social groups and individuals. "The European Journal of Communication Research" highlights the concerns of this discipline through the publication of articles, research reports, review essays and book reviews on theoretical and methodological developments considered from a European perspective. "Communications" seeks new and original European research material in the fields of interpersonal communication, intercultural communication and mass communication. "Communications" publishes contributions on communication theory and the philosophy of communication, including contemporary ideas such as cultural studies, gender studies, semiotics or pragmatism. "Communications" collects material concerned with the interaction and interrelations between language and communication, communication and technology, and communication and gender. "Communications" monitors research on communication in different settings and contexts, such as political communication, health communication, marketing communication, and communication within complex organizations. "Communications" focuses on media history and media development. It comments on aspects of cultural change resulting from new technologies and their impact on people´s lives. "Communications" discusses the frameworks within which people communicate and use communication technology. It reports on the production and reception of mediated messages and the role that media technologies and electronic networks play in these processes. "Communications" encompasses, in other words, the entire field of communication science as its domain of interest. "Communications" is a peer-reviewed journal of international scope.
Computability is the journal of the association Computability in Europe. It is a peer reviewed international journal that is devoted to publishing original research of highest quality, which is centered around the topic of computability, including computational linguistics. The subject is understood from a multidisciplinary perspective, recapturing the spirit of Alan Turing (1912-1954) by linking theoretical and real-world concerns from computer science, mathematics, biology, physics, computational neuroscience, history and the philosophy of computing.
Devoted to the design and analysis of natural language processing systems.
An international journal focusing on all aspects of computer assisted LL.
Change of Editor for Computer Speech and Language Volume 17, Issue 4 of Computer Speech and Language marks the end of Professor Mari Ostendorf's tenure as US Editor of Computer Speech and Language. In the three and a half years that she has held the office, she has had a considerable impact on the journal. She has worked hard to encourage special issues and she provided the primary editorial support for our recent issues on Spoken Language Generation and New Computational Paradigms for Acoustic Modeling. She was instrumental in attracting more women to the editorial board and she introduced and subsequently managed the annual CSL best paper award. These contributions have all been greatly appreciated. Although Mari is stepping down as US Editor, she will continue to support the journal as a member of the Editorial Board. The new US Editor of Computer Speech and Language will be Dr Andreas Stolcke who holds joint positions at SRI International at Menlo Park and the International Computer Science Institute at Berkeley. Andreas is particularly welcome to the Computer Speech and Language Editorial team because he combines a strong background in traditional speech processing technologies with a broad knowledge of computational linguistics and machine learning. His specific interests include statistical language modelling, speech understanding, recognition of spontaneous speech and dialogue modelling. His arrival further strengthens the position of Computer Speech and Language as spanning the full range of speech and language research, and especially the interface between them. Computer Speech and Language is part of ElsevierComputerScience. Visit ElsevierComputerScience now: http://www.elseviercomputerscience.com/compsciweb/ ***Please update your bookmarks*** Yours sincerely, Drs Hilde van der Togt Senior Publishing Editor Computer Science Elsevier Science B.V. Sara Burgerhartstraat 25 1055 KV Amsterdam The Netherlands Tel (+31) 20 4853703 Fax (+31) 20 4852616 E-mail email@example.com P.S. ElsevierComputerScience was previously called ComputerScienceWeb
Published by Elsevier, an international journal for discussing issues connected with writing and computer use.
The Official Journal of The Association for Computers and the Humanities. In March 2005 this journal was renamed Language Resources and Evaluation
Concentric: Studies in Linguistics is a refereed, international journal published in English by the Department of English, National Taiwan Normal University. Two issues are published each year, in May and November. Concentric: Studies in Linguistics is one of the leading journals in Taiwan devoted to the dissemination of research related to linguistics and applied linguistics. First published in 1964 under the title The Concentric, the journal aimed to promote academic research in the fields of linguistics and English literature, and to provide an avenue for researchers to share results of their investigations with other researchers and practitioners. In 1976, the journal was renamed as Studies in English Literature and Linguistics, and in 2001 was further renamed as Concentric: Studies in English Literature and Linguistics. As the quantity of research in the fields of linguistics, applied linguistics, and English literature has increased greatly in recent years, the journal has evolved into two publications. Beginning in 2004, these two journals have been published under the titles Concentric: Studies in Linguistics and Concentric: Literary and Cultural Studies. An international journal published in English, Concentric: Studies in Linguistics includes articles that focus on all aspects of theoretical and applied linguistics.
Connecticut Review is a semi-annual journal published since 1967 under the auspices of the Board of Trustees for the Connecticut State University. Connecticut Review invites submission of poetry, literary plays, short fiction, translations, creative nonfiction, essays, interviews, and academic articles of general interest.
The primary goal of Connection Science has established a clear niche within the world of neural computing, cognitive science and artificial intelligence. While the journal considers articles from any area of connectionist research, it differs from the other neural computing journals in its preference for papers related to issues within connectionist cognitive science and artificial intelligence. Connection Science also differs from other cognitive science and AI (or machine learning) journals in that it is purely connectionist; all of the articles are reviewed to a high standard by researchers in the field of neural computing.
CONSTRUCTIONS offers a forum for linguistic research concerned with the structure, use, function, and development of ‘constructions’ in language and linguistics. The journal aims at a balanced integration of both notional, informal approaches to constructions in general and more formal treatments, as for example, within the framework of construction grammar. One of the long-term goals is to establish contact between researchers from various perspectives. The term ‘construction’ is deliberately chosen to have a broad extension and not be limited to any specific definition or linguistic orientation. Constructions is not restricted to any particular language or language family, and aims at combining theoretical, empirical, and applied issues. CONSTRUCTIONS is published as an open access, peer-reviewed electronic journal. Constructions works with a high-class specialised editorial board. All submitted articles are subjected to the a multiple blind peer reviewing process.
Constructions and Frames Editors: Kyoko Ohara, Keio University and Kiki Nikiforidou, University of Athens ISSN: 1876-1933 E-ISSN: 1876-1941 From John Benjamins Publishing. Constructions and Frames is an international peer-reviewed journal that provides a forum for construction-based approaches to language analysis. Constructional models emphasize the role of constructions, as conventional pairings of meaning and form, in stating language-specific and cross-linguistic generalizations and in accounting equally for regular and semi-regular patterns. Frame Semantics, which has become a semantic complement of some constructional approaches, elaborates the analysis of form-meaning relationships by focusing on lexical semantic issues that are relevant to grammatical structure. The preoccupation of constructional theories with meaning allows for natural integration of grammatical inquiry with semantic, pragmatic, and discourse research; often coupled with corpus evidence, this orientation also enriches current perspectives on language acquisition, language change, and language use. Constructions and Frames publishes articles which range from descriptions of grammatical phenomena in different languages to constructionally-oriented work in cognitive linguistics, grammaticalization theory, typology, conversation analysis and interactional linguistics, poetics, and sociolinguistics. Articles that explore applications to or implications for related fields, such as communication studies, computational linguistics, lexicography, psychology, and anthropology are also invited. The aim of the journal is to promote innovative research that extends constructional approaches in new directions and along interdisciplinary paths.
Corpora is a new journal of corpus linguistics focusing on the many and varied uses of corpora both in linguistics and beyond. The journal accepts articles presenting research findings based on the exploitation of corpora as well as accounts of corpus building, corpus tool construction and corpus annotation schemes. The journal has three key features: Theoretical Inclusiveness: The journal will not be wed to one theoretical position. It will welcome and accommodate the work of a wide range of theorists using corpus data. Interdisciplinarity: The journal will actively seek to promote a cross fertilization of ideas and techniques across a range of areas and disciplines in the belief that these areas have something to offer to each other through their common focus on corpus data. Multilinguality: The journal will engage with the full range of human languages, not just the English language or major European languages. Volume 2 2007 Two issues per year Corpora has been accepted for inclusion in the European Reference Index for the Humanities (ERIH) and the Thomson Reuters Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI).
Editors-in-Chief: Stefan Th. Gries IMPACT FACTOR 2010: 0.600 ERIH category INT2 "Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory" is a newly founded, peer-reviewed journal publishing high-quality original corpus-based research focusing on theoretically relevant issues in all core areas of linguistic research (phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, pragmatics), or other recognized topic areas. It features: - Papers that develop new corpus-linguistic methods or extensions of existing methods of interest in the context of linguistic theorizing; - Papers that test or evaluate theoretical claims using corpus data and corpus-linguistic methods; - Papers that offer systematic and detailed analyses of individual linguistic phenomena within a theoretical framework; - Papers that compare corpus data to other kinds of empirical data, such as experimental or questionnaire data; - Critical surveys of relevant areas of research; - Squibs (short notes on theoretical issues, short reports of interesting data, or short replies to or rebuttals of previously published articles); - Reviews of new books, corpora, or software packages. "Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory" is a peer-reviewed journal of international scope. Editorial Board: Harald Baayen, Holger Diessel, Michelle Gregory, Stefan Grondelaers, Jennifer Hay, Frank Keller, Adam Kilgarriff, Manfred Krug, Anke Lüdeling, Katja Markert, Laura Michaelis, Douglas Roland, Anna Theakston, and Joe Trotta. Two issues per volume
CJLS is an international scholarly open access journal that provides a forum devoted to current and state of the art studies in Language and Communication. It is a fully refereed journal, focusing both on conceptual and theoretical approaches to Language and Communication studies. Submissions that deal with case studies and essays demonstrating new knowledge and advanced methods providing heightened scholarly understanding of traditional topics in English and French linguistics or literary studies, pragmatics, discourse studies and (new) media communications are particularly welcome. The journal also encourages descriptive and highly objective reviews. The journal aims to maintain rapid editorial procedures and a rigorous peer review system. Submitted articles are reviewed within approximately three months of submission and the accepted articles are published shortly afterwards. CJLS is published twice a year (June & December), both electronically as well as in printed form by Covenant University Press, Canaanland, Ota, Nigeria.
Working papers published by the University of Arizona Linguistics Circle (Linguistics Graduate Students).
Launched in 1989 as a forum for the exchange of different ideas, latest trends and critical methods with a balanced coverage of late 20th century and current literary practices in India and elsewhere. Through this forum we encourage creative experimentation and project new talents. A number of special theme issues devoted to poetry and fiction such as Recent Poets, Crisis of Identity, Commonwealth Literature, Post-Colonial Indian English Writing, New Zealand Literature & Black Novel etc. have been published.
Pyatigorsk State Linguistic University (Russia) gladly announces the launch of its Scientific Bulletin “Creative Innovations & Innovative Creations”. We invite articles on a wide range of humanities including linguistics and literary criticism. Papers may be written in English (preferably), German, French, Spanish or Italian. We are especially interested in papers dealing with the language from a cognitive perspective. Each manuscript should contain the following elements. An article (save as “article”), including a internal citations, acknowledgments (if any), references. A 10-12-line abstract in English and Russian (save as “abstract” and “abstract_rus”). Name(s) of the author(s) and institution affiliation(s) as a brief statement "About the Author" in English and Russian (save as “info” and “info_rus”). Submit one complete copy of your manuscript as an e-mail attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org. Contact the same e-mail for further guidelines. We accept DOC or RTF formats.
Journal of Creative Practices in Language Learning and Teaching (CPLT) is an internationally refereed online journal published twice a year by Universiti Teknologi MARA Kedah (UiTM Kedah). CPLT aims to provide a venue for academics, educators, planners and teaching professionals to share their findings, critical scholarship and creative practices that help to advance inquiry in language learning and teaching. CPLT is a double-blind reviewed journal. It will produce regular issues twice a year as an open-access e-journal. It is a non-profit journal which aims to provide a venue for academics, educators and researchers to share the findings of their research. As a way to achieve the highest journal quality, only articles that fulfill the journal’s requirement will be accepted for publication. The journal welcomes manuscripts that provide results of research, critical scholarship and creative practices in language learning and teaching.
Journal of Creative Practices in Language Learning and Teaching (CPLT) is an internationally refereed online journal published quarterly by Universiti Teknologi MARA Kedah (UiTM Kedah). The various issues will be compiled and published as a hardcopy at the end of each year. CPLT aims to provide a venue for academics, educators, planners and teaching professionals to share their findings, critical scholarship and creative practices that help to advance inquiry in language learning and teaching. CPLT welcomes contributions on creative practices (but are not limited to) the following aspects: - second/foreign language pedagogy - language and technology - language assessment and evaluation - culture and language teaching - language and learner characteristics - language planning and policy - reading - writing - literacy
Crisolenguas Multilingual electronic journal Department of Foreign Languages University of Puerto Rico Recinto Río Piedras Crisolenguas is the new e-journal of the Department of Foreign Languages at the University of Puerto Rico in Río Piedras. Crisolenguas provides a forum for scholars who work on literature, culture, language, linguistics, and film topics in French, Italian, German, and Portuguese, including topics in Classical Languages Latin and Greek. Crisolenguas is designed to disseminate and share the research of scholars with other scholars in the Caribbean and beyond. Crisolenguas seeks submissions of previously unpublished manuscripts on any topic related to the areas mentioned above. Articles should be written so that they are accessible to a broad audience of educators in departments of foreign languages, including those individuals who may not be familiar with the particular subject matter addressed in the article. Currently, the editors are seeking submissions of previously unpublished manuscripts on any topic related to literature, linguistics, culture, films, didactics, and teaching methodology for foreign languages (French, Italian, Portuguese, German) and classical languages (Latin and Greek). All submissions are peer reviewed by outside readers. The deadline for manuscripts is June 30, 2007. General Editor: Françoise Ghillebaert, Associate professor of French, email@example.com.
We are very pleased indeed to announce that the inaugural issue of the new journal "Critical Approaches to Discourse Analysis Across Disciplines" has now been published. This peer-reviewed electronic journal is freely available at: http://cadaad.org/ejournal We are now calling for further to be submitted for the second issue. The journal aims to publish papers which, on the one hand, illuminate and assess the wide range of methodologies available for appropriation in critical discourse research, or on the other, expand the applied areas toward which critical discourse research is directed. Papers dealing with application of methodology based on metaphor analysis and cognitive linguistics are particularly welcome. Hosted at http://cadaad.org, the journal is part of a wider project offering a number of facilities to the ever growing community of critical discourse researchers.
Editor: John E. Richardson - University of Newcastle, UK 4 issues per year Print ISSN: 1740-5904 Online ISSN: 1740-5912 Please see the journal homepage for current subscription rates. Critical Discourse Studies is an interdisciplinary journal for the social sciences. Its primary aim is to publish critical research that advances our understanding of how discourse figures in social processes, social structures, and social change. Critical Discourse Studies has been established in response to the proliferation of critical discourse studies across the social sciences and humanities. We will consider for publication papers that meet the needs of scholars in diverse disciplines and areas of study which develop critical perspectives on the relationship between discourse and social dynamics. Relevant areas and disciplines include: anthropology, communication, linguistics, sociology, politics, political economy, education, psychology, media studies, geography, urban studies, cultural studies, management studies, literary studies, history, technology studies, legal studies, philosophy, gender studies, migration studies, ethnic studies and others. We also welcome papers which connect critical academic research with practical concerns and agendas, including those of activist and grassroots political movements. The scope of critical discourse studies is not limited to linguistic studies, or articles that are primarily empirical or analytical. Critical examination of non-linguistic phenomena that take a significant discourse orientation, as well as theoretical and methodological papers that advance critical understandings of discursive phenomena, are welcomed. Recognising the diversity, depth, and history of scholarship in the growth of critical discourse studies, no particular theoretical, disciplinary, or methodological "schools" or paradigms will be privileged over others in the selection of papers for publication. The primary criteria for publication are originality, scholarly rigor, coherence of argument, relevance and timeliness of research. Critical Discourse Studies is an international and interdisciplinary journal. The membership of its advisory board reflects the cultural, geographical, theoretical, and disciplinary diversity of the journal and its readership. Critical Discourse Studies encourages contributions from both new and established scholars. The journal recognises that the new and rapidly changing social relations of the current age call for new approaches to understanding the waves of change that continue to impact upon social, political, economic, and cultural formations. Therefore the editors strongly encourage the submission of papers that advance new approaches and new understandings that bridge disciplinary and cultural boundaries. Critical Discourse Studies aims to be accessible. It aims for papers that are written clearly, explain key terms and concepts in an accessible way for readers at many levels, and recognise the needs and interests of its diverse community of readers.
Critical Inquiry in Language Studies: An International Journal (CILS) is the peer-reviewed journal of the International Society for Language Studies. CILS focuses on critical discourse and research in language matters, broadly conceived, that is generated from qualitative, critical pedagogical, and emergent paradigms. In these paradigms, language is considered to be a socially constituted cultural construct that gives shape to, and at the same time is shaped by, the larger social, political, and historical contexts of its use. The primary purpose of the journal is to provide a forum for discussion of the research from such emerging paradigms and at the same time to bridge arbitrary disciplinary territories in which it is being done.
The Journal of Critical Multilingualism Studies is a peer-reviewed, transdisciplinary journal of scholarship on multilingualism, monolingualism, and their related social, cultural, historical, and literary/medial phenomena. Over the past few decades, scholars and teachers working in a patchwork of implicitly related fields have been coming to new conceptual terms with multilingualism. Social networking, hypertextuality, postnational approaches to civic policy, immigration and national security discourses in North America, the industrialization of multilingualism through data-mining and translation technologies—all of these have pushed multilingualism itself to evolve before our very eyes. As such, we are beginning to see that the nature of multilingualism is unmoored conceptually and at-large socially, while our apprehension of it is increasingly constrained by mono-disciplinary frameworks of knowledge and method.
Current Anthropology is a transnational journal devoted to research on humankind, encompassing the full range of anthropological scholarship on human cultures and on the human and other primate species. Communicating across the subfields, the journal features papers in a wide variety of areas, including social, cultural, and physical anthropology as well as ethnology and ethnohistory, archaeology and prehistory, folklore, and linguistics. Frequency: 5 times/year. Volume 46 begins February 2005. ISSN: 0011-3204. 162 pages/issue.
The journal Current Issues in Language Planning provides major summative and thematic review studies spanning and focusing the disparate language policy and language planning literature related to: 1) polities and language planning and 2) issues in language planning. The journal publishes four issues per year, two on each subject area. The polity issues describe language policy and planning in various countries/regions/areas around the world, while the issues numbers are thematically based.
Current Trends in Translation Teaching and Learning E is a double-blind refereed journal that explores a variety of issues related to translation teaching and learning. We seek qualitative and quantitative research articles that are relevant to this subject. Publications are available free online via our website.
Céfiro is a graduate student organization at Texas Tech University committed to the investigation and diffusion of Latin American and Iberian literary and cultural creations. The organization publishes a journal twice a year (ISSN 1534-228X), which is indexed in the MLA International Bibliography.
DISCOURS is an international, interdisciplinary e-journal, publishing twice yearly non-thematic issues and occasional special issues. The journal focuses on the following topics: discourse structure, cohesion, co-reference, linearization, indexation, information structure, word order, segmentation markers, integration markers, discourse relations and the cognitive processes involved in discourse comprehension and production. It is intended as a forum for exchanging and comparing data, analyses and opinions for all linguists, psycholinguists and computer linguists working in these areas within the following approaches: Descriptive approaches: Diachronic, synchronic, monolingual, multilingual, typological Corpus linguistics: Specialised texts, literary texts, written /oral corpora NLP: Document navigation, semantic extraction, information retrieval Experimental approaches: production –comprehension, acquisition (normal and pathological populations). Eds: A. Jackiewicz, L. Sarda
DOCT-US is the biannual publication of the Doctoral School of Stefan cel Mare University of Suceava. Our publication addresses both doctoral and postdoctoral researchers, as well as postgraduate programs coordinators in various research fields. DOCT-US welcomes papers in the form of research reports, case studies, research in progress and theoretical papers addressing doctoral and postdoctoral research themes or book reviews of recently published books, which will be included in one of the following sections: Engineering Sciences, Humanities and Social Sciences, Reviews and Lectures. The languages of publication are English and French. DOCT-US appears both in print and as a free-access web journal. Every manuscript is assessed by at least two academics or field experts (from the Scientific Board).
Multilingual electronic publisher of proverb studies and collections.
The purpose of Debate Terminológico is to promote the discussion on ideas related to terminology. The journal publishes research works about terminology and related fields, both from a theoretical and applied point of view.
Linguistic debate finds a forum in our journal “Deutsche Sprache”, edited by Institut für Deutsche Sprache. The journal considers all areas of Germanic linguistics and incorporates a broad collection of reports and documentation about new publications and developments in linguistics.
Developmental Science aims to represent the very best of contemporary scientific developmental psychology and developmental cognitive neuroscience, both in the presentation of theory and in reporting new data. Developmental Science includes: comparative and biological perspectives, connectionist and computational perspectives, and developmental disorders. Developmental Science publishes work that bridges levels of explanation, such as from brain development to cognitive or social change, or work that specifically attempts to elucidate mechanisms of developmental change at one level. Manuscripts judged to fall outside this remit may be rejected without full refereeing.
Diachronica provides a forum for the presentation and discussion of information concerning all aspects of language change and comparative linguistics in any and all languages of the globe. Contributions which combine theoretical interest and philological acumen are especially welcome.
“Diacronia” is an online, bilingual, open-access, peer-reviewed journal that publishes original research in areas such as diachronic linguistics (historical phonetics and dialectology, historical grammar, etymology, onomasiology, semasiology), philology, sociolinguistics, Bible translation studies, corpus linguistics and anthropology. In tune with the research within anthropology, sociology, Bible studies, biology and physics, “Diacronia” covers a variety of topics related to different aspects of the social and cognitive development having an impact on linguistics or through which linguistics can contribute to elevate the wealth of knowledge in other fields. Consequently, the Journal publishes theoretical and applied works – approached from a diachronic perspective – from the fields of linguistics and philology and the neighbouring or connected domains.
The aim of the journal Dialectologia is to join the experiences of researchers working in different fields of Dialectology (linguistic variation, geolinguistics, methodology, synchronic and diachronic dialectal data, new technologies, social dialectology, etc). It is a peer-reviewed biannual journal that complies with the norms of the Spanish Foundation for the Science and the Technology (FECYT). Each issue publishes 4-5 articles related to a specific subject. It also includes book reviews and news about congresses, meetings and recent publications. Manuscripts should be sent as email attachments (Word documents only) to the directors (Maria Pilar Perea: firstname.lastname@example.org or Gotzon Aurrekoetxea: email@example.com). There is no limit to the number of pages.
"Dialectologia et Geolinguistica" publishes contributions on the variation of languages world-wide, systematic and inherent, diachronic and synchronic, regional and social, based on either oral or written data. It is open to all theoretical and methodological approaches. The journal also furthers interdisciplinary research. Moreover, "Dialectologia et Geolinguistica" carries reports on the scholarly activities of national language research institutes, reviews and conference reports. "Dialectologia et Geolinguistica" is the official journal of the International Society for Dialectology and Geolinguistics (ISDG/SIDG). "Dialectologia et Geolinguistica" is a peer-reviewed journal of international scope.
Dialogue and Discourse is the first journal dedicated exclusively to work that deals with language "beyond the single sentence", in discourse (i.e., text, monologue) and dialogue, from a theoretical as well as an experimental and technical perspective. It is published as part of the LSA eJournal initiative of open access journals, with a yearly volume published in parallel by CSLI publications.
Die Unterrichtspraxis/Teaching German is a journal devoted to the improvement and expansion of German teaching in the United States. It provides a forum where the following may be presented, elaborated, and discussed:the recent advances in scholarship on language teaching and learning; practical suggestions for implementing this scholarship in German classrooms; information concerning relevant teaching and source materials; information about the linguistic, social, political, and cultural landscape of German-speaking countries; assessments or suggestions regarding the betterment of the German teaching profession; Die Unterrichtspraxis/Teaching German publishes pedagogical articles, reports, teaching tips, news, discussions, book reviews, software and video reviews, current advertisements and other material of interest to teachers of German at all levels of instruction. The languages of publication are German and English.
Formerly known as LLC (Literary and Linguistic Computing), DSH or Digital Scholarship in the Humanities is an international, peer reviewed journal which publishes original contributions on all aspects of digital scholarship in the Humanities including, but not limited to, the field of what is currently called the Digital Humanities. Long and short papers report on theoretical, methodological, experimental, and applied research and include results of research projects, descriptions and evaluations of tools, techniques, and methodologies, and reports on work in progress. DSH also publishes reviews of books and resources.
Discourse & Communication is a new inter-disciplinary journal edited by Teun A van Dijk (editor of Discourse & Society, Discourse Studies). The journal publishes papers that pay specific attention to the qualitative, discourse analytical approach to issues in communication research. To access Volume One free online, register at: https://online.sagepub.com/cgi/register?registration=FT6608 More information about the journal including submission guidelines at: http://dcm.sagepub.com
Discourse Processes, the official journal of the Society for Text & Discourse, is a multidisciplinary journal providing a forum for cross-fertilization of ideas from diverse disciplines sharing a common interest in discourse-prose comprehension and recall, dialogue analysis, text grammar construction, computer simulation of natural language, cross-cultural comparisons of communicative competence, or related topics. The problems posed by multisentence contexts and the methods required to investigate them, although not always unique to discourse, are sufficiently distinct so as to require an organized mode of scientific interaction made possible through the journal.
A multidisciplinary journal for the study of text and talk.
An International Journal for the Study of Discourse and Communication in their Social, Political and Cultural Contexts. Explores the relevance of discourse analysis to the social sciences. It stimulates a problem-oriented and critical approach and pays particular attention to the political implications of discourse and communication.
The mechanisms and contexts of human communication are rapidly changing in the face of new domains of interaction, new technologies, and new global cultures. Contemporary forms of discourse often involve interaction with and through a plethora of technologies. These mechanisms and contexts provide both new artefacts of study and new tools for discourse analysts. Discourse, Context & Media is an international journal dedicated to exploring the full range of contemporary discourse work. It provides an innovative forum to present research that addresses all forms of discourse theory, data and methods - from detailed linguistic or interactional analyses to wider studies of representation, knowledge and ideology. The journal overtly seeks empirical contributions as well as papers that address the theoretical and methodological debates within discourse studies. Such approaches include, but are not limited to: conversation analysis; ethnomethodology; discursive psychology; critical discourse analysis; and sociolinguistics. The journal seeks to explore the challenges and opportunities provided to discourse scholars by digital media. Such media provide opportunities for new forms of data to be analysed, allow rethinking of existing theories and encourage the development of new models of interaction. Discourse, Context & Media is especially interested in contributions that make use of innovative methods and media for the analysis and presentation of data.
Une revue et un forum électroniques portant sur la dynamique des langues.
Diversity (ISSN 1424-2818) is an international and interdisciplinary journal of science concerning diversity concept and application, diversity assessment and diversity preservation. It is focused on organismic and molecular diversity. It publishes reviews, regular research papers and short notes in the regular issues. Related news and announcements are also published. Our aim is to encourage scientists to publish their experimental and theoretical results in as much detail as possible.
Diálogo de la Lengua is a philology and linguistics research journal. Its principal objective is the publication of scientific articles related to these areas of knowledge. However, this journal was also created with the idea of being a forum for the presentation and diffusion of other types of materials. To achieve this, we include the section of Instrumenta studorium as well as the Linguarium Project. Diálogo de la Lengua is an on-line refereed journal published annually.
La revue Document Numérique publie des articles qui concernent la gestion des documents. Dans ce cadre, il s'agit des documents vus comme supports ou comme finalité d'un processus. Cet aspect concerne les étapes du processus éditorial technique de workflow et de groupware et de reengineering des processus... Les documents sont considérés sous leurs représentations les plus diverses : document image, document révisable, document structuré, document composé d'objets. Les supports jouent un rôle important. Les outils nécessaires à chacune des étapes du processus éditorial sont décrits, ainsi que les aspects juridiques des documents numériques et les méthodes de mise en oeuvre.
Dotawo 1. A medieval Nubian kingdom controlling the central Nile Valley, best known from Old Nubian documents excavated at Qasr Ibrim and other sites in Lower Nubia. 2. An open-access journal of Nubian studies, providing a cross-disciplinary platform for historians, linguists, anthropologists, archaeologists, and other scholars interested in all periods and aspects of Nubian civilization.
The Dutch Journal of Applied Linguistics (DuJAL) focuses on promoting Dutch and Belgian work in applied linguistics among an international audience, but also welcomes contributions from other countries. It caters for both the academic society in the field and for language and communication experts working in other contexts, such as institutions involved in language policy, teacher training, curriculum development, assessment, and educational and communication consultancy. DuJAL is the digital continuation of Toegepaste Taalwetenschap in Artikelen, which had been the journal of Anéla, the Dutch Association of Applied Linguistics, for forty years. Like its predecessor, DuJAL wants to offer a platform to young researchers in applied linguistics, i.e. PhD candidates and MA students. In order to maintain a high standard all submissions are subjected to a ‘double blind’ review by at least one external reviewer and two of the editors. Contributions may be written in Dutch, English, German or French. This journal is peer reviewed and indexed in: TSA Online.
E-Utama is an annual online peer reviewed journal dedicated to the publication of interdisciplinary, theoretical and review articles of high scholastic quality in Malay education, culture, language and literature. The purpose of the journal is to bring together scholars and researchers from all areas of Malay Studies to stimulate the exchange of ideas, opinions and critical inquiry between these groups. The journal is published by the Malay Language and Culture department of the National Institute of Singapore, Nanyang Technological University.
An independently published international trade newspaper of the English language industry.
ELIA is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal and is published once a year. All submissions are reviewed anonymously by two members of the editorial board as well as external referees. ELIA is scanned, indexed or abstracted in the following: ISOC (CSIC), Latin Index, and MLA International Bibliography, LLBA and Ulrich’s Periodical Directory.
ELT Journal is a quarterly publication for all those involved in the field of teaching English as a second or foreign language. The Journal links the everyday concerns of practitioners with insights gained from related academic disciplines such as applied linguistics, education, psychology, and sociology.
ESP Across Cultures is a refereed international journal that publishes theoretical, descriptive and applied studies on varieties of English pertaining to a wide range of specialized fields of knowledge, such as agriculture, art and humanities, commerce, economics, education and vocational training, environmental studies, finance, information technology, law, media studies, medicine, politics, religion, science, the social sciences, sports, technology and engineering, tourism, and transport. The journal addresses a readership composed of academics, professionals, and students interested in English for special purposes particularly from a cross-cultural perspective. The aim of the journal is to bring together scholars, practitioners, and young researchers working in different specialized language domains and in different disciplines with a view to developing an interdisciplinary and cross-cultural approach to the study of ESP.
The publishing house Edipuglia prides itself on a long experience in publishing works of scientific character relating mainly to antiquity sciences (archaeology, epigraphy, history). These works are assembled in numerous and thriving series of studies, carried out thanks to the collaboration with professors of Italian and foreign universities, Institute of research and several Italian superintendences.
ESP Today - Journal of English for Specific Purposes at Tertiary Level is an online-only open access peer-reviewed journal dedicated to publishing high-quality research papers covering all areas of English for Specific Purposes in the context of tertiary education. The Journal is aimed at ESP researchers, scholars, and practitioners worldwide. ESP Today comes out biannually and welcomes submissions of previously unpublished research papers on a variety of topics taking a broadly defined tertiary-level ESP perspective. We invite you to submit a paper related to your research interest in the field of ESP at tertiary level and contribute not only to high quality of ESP Today and its recognition within the international ESP community, but also to the academic exchange of views which will make this journal a forum for further ESP upgrading.
ESP Today - Journal of English for Specific Purposes at Tertiary Level is an online-only open access peer-reviewed journal dedicated to publishing high-quality research papers covering all areas of English for Specific/Academic Purposes in the context of tertiary education. The Journal is aimed at ESP researchers, scholars and practitioners worldwide.
The overall aim of EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing is to bring science and applications together with emphasis on both practical and theoretical aspects of signal processing in new and emerging technologies. It is directed as much at the practicing engineer as at the academic researcher. EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing will highlight the extended reach and the diverse applications of signal processing and encourage a cross-fertilization of techniques. Application areas include (but are not limited to): communications, networking, sensors and actuators, radar and sonar, medical imaging, biomedical applications, remote sensing, consumer electronics, computer vision, pattern recognition, robotics, fiber optic sensing/transducers, industrial automation, transportation, stock market and financial analysis, seismography, avionics.
The annual conference of the European Second Language Association, now in its 11th year, provides an opportunity for the presentation of second language research with a genuinely European flavour. The theoretical perspectives adopted are wide-ranging and may fall within traditions overlooked elsewhere. Moreover, the studies presented are largely multi-lingual and cross-cultural, as befits the make-up of modern-day Europe. At the same time, the work demonstrates sophisticated awareness of scholarly insights from around the world. The EUROSLA yearbook presents a selection each year of the very best research from the annual conference. Submissions are reviewed and professionally edited, and only those of the highest quality are selected. Contributions are in English (even though other languages may have been used for the original conference presentation).
Early Modern Culture Online (EMCO) is an interdisciplinary open-access peer reviewed electronic journal. EMCO aims at publishing original research on Renaissance and Early Modern culture, broadly construed, from a wide variety of approaches. We invite edited studies on thematically related research in all areas of Renaissance and Early Modern literature, art history, language, philosophy and musical research.
The peer-reviewed journal East Asian Pragmatics (EAP) focuses on language use and interpersonal interaction within and across East Asian cultures, including national cultures such as Chinese, Japanese and Korean, as well as ethnic minority, regional and other localised cultures, communities of practice, relational networks and other groupings including diasporic communities. The journal aims to broaden understandings of language use within the East Asian region, and also to contribute to pragmatics in a broader sense by using East Asian data. The journal welcomes contributions on a broad range of pragmatics-related topics such as speech-acts, deixis, presupposition, reference, forms of address, face, (im)politeness, the construction of identity in interaction, conventionalised and ritual forms of language use, humour, conflict, indirectness, just to name a few, within a broad range of settings and naturally-occurring data-types such as computer-mediated communication, media discourses, ad hoc conversations, and historical documents. The examination of these topics and data types is not only relevant to the pragmatics community, but also to academic readers from other disciplines within linguistics and humanities in general, and ‘lay’ readers and students who have intercultural or other interests in East Asia. Accordingly, the journal not only pursues research on East Asian language use per se, but it also focuses on cross-cultural and intercultural issues, which is a pivotal area considering the importance of the East Asia region within the global arena. There are various existing journals which publish articles on East Asian pragmatics. There is, however, no academic journal which specialises in this area, and which can serve as a high-quality peer-reviewed publication outlet and discussion forum. Also, even when published in English, cutting-edge research undertaken by East Asian scholars often remains inaccessible for Western readers - and vice versa for Western research - simply because there is not any publication project that serves as a meeting point for scholars who come from these different academic traditions. Therefore, East Asian Pragmatics fills an important gap by forming a bridge between pragmaticians from East Asian and Western countries. Consequently, the journal encourages both culture-insider and culture-outsider discussions on East Asian pragmatics phenomena. The journal operates in partnership with the China Pragmatics Association and the The Pragmatics Society of Japan. East Asian Pragmatics promotes the following objectives: -To publish high-quality research on naturally-occurring data in East Asian languages and cultures; ‘naturally-occurring’ has to be emphasised: whilst the journal pursues interest in a broad variety of data types and sources, it aims to break from the use of elicited data and study pragmatic phenomena either in longer chunks of interaction or via corpus research. -To consolidate different academic traditions; whilst all articles are subject to peer-review and have to satisfy all requirements and standards of academic writing in English, it is the journal’s goal to provide a platform for the voices of different academic traditions. -To communicate with a multidisciplinary readership through a 'reader-friendly' style (for more information see the Guidelines for Contributors PDF which can be found on the For Authors page, above). The team of Editors and the Editorial Board consist of international experts whose research profile and background represent the different areas and traditions within East Asian pragmatics.
East European Journal of Psycholinguistics is a peer-reviewed international scholarly journal published semiannually. All interested scholars in the area of psycho- and neurolinguistics, applied and experimental linguistics, and psychology of speech can publish their research results.
EcoSahara: Journal of African Literature and the Environment is a peer-reviewed scholarly publication of the Africa Association for the Study of Literature, Culture and the Environment (AASLCE), in association with Goldline and Jacobs Publishing, Glassboro, New Jersey. Submissions based on multidisciplinary conversations of the environment with linguistics, literature, history, geography, politics, economics, art, food culture, architecture, biology, wildlife, film, religion, education, etc., are welcome. While the focus is on living and writing experiences of Africans and the diaspora, comparative transatlantic studies are also considered. Please visit the journal site at: http://goldlineandjacobs.com/journals/ecosahara_journal_of_african_literature_and_the_environment Or contact: Dr. Chris C. Onyema, Department of English & Literary Studies, Imo State University, PMB 2000, Owerri, Nigeria firstname.lastname@example.org
The Egyptian Journal of Language Engineering contains papers contributing to the theory and algorithms enhancing the understanding and development of language engineering systems and techniques as well as discussions of the social implications of these systems. The scope of the journal includes, but is not limited to, language analysis and comprehension; language generation; spoken laguage understanding; discourse and dialog systems; evaluation of natural language processing systems; large copora; speaker and language recognition; speech compression, recognition and synthesis; natural language processing for information retrieval; machine translation; language engineering frameworks and methodologies; language engineering and artificial intelligence; automatic character recognition; word Net architecture; seismic web and ontology languages.
The Egyptian Journal of Linguistics and Translation (EJLT) is an international, interdisciplinary, biannual journal whose major aim is to publish high quality articles and reviews in the fields of linguistics and translation. It focuses on theory, development of appropriate methodologies, theory formation, practical analyses of language in various contexts and the multiple issues involved in translation and interpreting.
Didactics and Methodology for German as a Foreign Language. Zeitschrift für InterkulturellenFremdsprachenunterricht: Didaktik und Methodik im Bereich Deutsch als Fremdsprache.
Energeia is an online magazine for linguistics, history of linguistics and language philosophy published by the Eugenio Coseriu Archives at the University of Tübingen. It will be issued annually examining topics of general linguistics, language theory, history of linguistics and language philosophy, with a particular consideration of Romance linguistics.
Published twice per year in April and September, the English Australia Journal includes fully peer-reviewed research articles from the TESOL and Applied Linguistics fields, reports on innovative classroom practice, a practical "Classroom Talk' section, and reviews of print and online resources. English Australia member colleges and subscribers receive hard copies of each issue, current issues are available as open access on the website, and issues from the past decade are also freely available online at http://www.englishaustralia.com.au/english-australia-journal
The English Language Research journal is a free online double-blind peer-reviewed journal based in the Department of English at the University of Birmingham. The journal prides itself on a commitment to free online access without compromising on academic rigour and originality. It promotes original and innovative scholarship in a variety of linguistic theories, methodologies and traditions.
English Language and Linguistics, published twice a year, is an international journal which focuses on the description of the English language within the framework of contemporary linguistics.
The EL Journal aims to provide for exchange of information and ideas among members of the profession worldwide. Its scope is thus international in that it welcomes articles which show explicitly how local issues of language use or learning exemplify more global concerns. Articles in ELJ should explicitly address the 'So what?' question: How do ideas, observations, results, suggestions presented in the paper relate to actual 'real world' problems involving the English language? How could or should what is discussed in the paper be followed up, or followed through, to practical proposals? Is there a convincing explicit connection between the disciplinary areas the author draws on and the domains where people engage with language? ELJ focuses mainly on issues closely related to English studies in general and language use and learning in particular. The language of this journal is English, but its concerns are by no means confined to what goes on in English native-speaking communities. We want to encourage submissions that show what issues in English studies arise in different regions and cultures, and how far they might call for different perspectives and different kinds of mediation. What we are interested in is how the particular and the general are interrelated.
The EL Journal is an academic open-access, double-blind peer reviewed international journal published on a biannnual basis and appearing both in print and on-line. It is meant for all those involved in research in English Studies. The journal publishes research papers in all fields of language, linguistics and literature, discourse analysis and pragmatics, fundamentals of languages, origins/evolution of language, language and nature, linguistic anthropology, philosophy of language, psychology of language, ELT, sociolinguistics, language and gender, English syntax, historical linguistics, communicative strategies, field methods in linguistics, dialectology, applied linguistics, language and society, stylistics and literature, and related fields.
English Linguistics Research (ELR) is a double peer-reviewed journal, published by Sciedu Press. The journal encourage and publishes research papers in the fields of English language, applied English linguistics, theoretical English linguistics, sociolinguistics, psycholinguistics, computational linguistics, comparative linguistics, and dialectology. The journal is published in both printed and online versions. The online version is free access and download.
A Journal of English Language and Literature.
English Teaching & Learning (ETL) is the first scholarly journal in Taiwan dedicated solely to research on the teaching and learning of English as a second or foreign language. It aims to publish quality papers that contribute to all aspects of the profession, particularly those seeking to bridge the gap between theory and practice. The journal welcomes submissions on course design, teaching materials, teacher training, teaching methods, language assessment, bilingual education, sociolinguistics, psycholinguistics, and other related areas.
English Text Construction Editors An Laffut, University of Leuven Dirk Van Hulle, University of Antwerp Managing Editor Keith Carlon, University of Louvain ISSN: 1874-8767 E-ISSN: 1874-8775 Electronic edition at ingentaJournals English Text Construction is an internationally refereed journal of English Linguistics, Applied Linguistics and Literary Studies focusing on the communicating subject and the text constructing this intersubjective communication. The journal offers a forum for currently converging tendencies that place the text-constructing subject in centre stage. This general common denominator subsumes fundamental movements in the three disciplines of English studies, viz. literary studies, linguistics and applied linguistics. In literary studies narratological perspectives remain of abiding interest, as well as study of the psychologically and ideologically fragmented subject as it reveals itself in literary texts. The study of literature is currently also witnessing renewed interest in the gendered and sociopolitically situated subject and its moral responsibilities. In linguistics, the communicating subject is central to functional, cognitive and pragmatic approaches. Functional linguistics investigates how language is used to communicate about the world and to negotiate the social and discourse roles. Cognitive linguistics studies language usage as it constructs the perspectivized meanings of the conceptualizing subject. Pragmatic approaches focus on the whole message, both the linguistically predicated and the contextually implied one, exchanged between the interlocutors. In Applied linguistics, the subject also plays a central role. Applied linguistic interest in text and the construal of subjectivity is reflected, among others, in genre-oriented approaches to text, and in discourse-oriented and corpus-based analyses as the basis for various ELT applications. For instance, considerable attention has been devoted to issues such as stance in (research) writing and presentations, and to subjectivity in translation studies. Similarly, in language teaching methodology increased attention is given to individual learners and learning styles. Subject classification Linguistics Applied linguistics English linguistics Literature & Literary Studies English literature & literary studies German literature & literary studies
English Today will interest everyone concerned with or fascinated by the English language.
English World-Wide has established itself as the leading and most comprehensive journal dealing with varieties of English. The focus is on scholarly discussions of new findings in the dialectology and sociolinguistics of the English-speaking communities (native and second-language speakers), but general problems of sociolinguistics, creolistics, language planning, multilingualism and modern historical sociolinguistics are included if they have a direct bearing on modern varieties of English. Although teaching problems are normally excluded, English World-Wide provides important background information for all those involved in teaching English throughout the world.
Published by Elsevier, an international journal for ESP researchers and practitioners.
Web-based journal of international ESP community
English in Education, the academic journal of the National Association for the Teaching of English (NATE) publishes papers and articles which report on research related to all aspects of English teaching both from within the United Kingdom and from other nations, where English language and literature are part of the school and Higher Education curriculum, and are taught to mother-tongue English speakers. NATE is an active part of the International Federation for the Teaching of English (IFTE) and its journal seeks to share the knowledge and expertise of English teachers throughout the world. To this end, it provides an international forum for the work of researchers, practitioners, advisers and consultants who are engaged in questioning both practice and policy related to the curriculum and in particular it promotes dynamic and progressive approaches to teaching. The work of the Journal is overseen by the Academic review Board which ensures fair reviewing of all submissions through anonymous refereeing. The Journal invites the submission of papers produced within a research paradigm which report on dynamic and interactive pedagogies and which interrogate contemporary responses to the changing nature of communication in all its forms, including drama, digital and media literacy, as well as all aspects of both language and literature. Guest editors are engaged for Special Issues to focus on a particular theme or contemporary policy question. The journal is published by Wiley-Blackwell for the National Association which represents teachers of English within the four countries of the United Kingdom and supports international teachers of English, in cases where English is the mother-tongue. It has a wide readership in Britain, Canada, Australia and the USA. As well as books and pamphlets, the Association also publishes the professional journal, English Drama Media (EDM) and the magazine, NATE Classroom.
Entrehojas is a graduate student journal focused on publishing works in Linguistics and Literature in Hispanic Studies by graduate students.
Eletronic periodical, which publishes papers related to Linguistic area. Our editorial board is composed by professors from Universidade Federal do Ceará, a brazilian university, and integrates also students.In our website, we provide access to the current and past editions, published twice a year.
Epilogos est une publication électronique du laboratoire de recherche ERIAC de l’Université de Rouen, spécialisée en linguistique. Les linguistes de l’ERIAC et d’autres laboratoires français et internationaux y publient leurs apports des échanges fructueux qui ont lieu au cours des rencontres entre linguistes spécialistes de différentes langues. Ils y publient également les contributions sur la linguistique générale et la linguistique appliquée en fonction d’un thème choisi.
Occasional English-language newsletter on current topics and projects in the areas of Esperanto studies and interlinguistics.
Linguistic, historical, literary, psychological, sociological and political aspects of Esperanto.
The department of language & linguistics at Essex offers taught Masters courses, PhD Programmes and PhD by supervised research in a wide variety of subjects within the disciplines of Applied Linguistics; Computational Linguistics; First, Second and Third Language Acquisition; Psycholinguistics; Neurolinguistics; Sociolinguistics; Syntax; Phonology; Morphology and Speech Processing. The papers in the Essex Graduate Students Papers in Language and Linguistics represent just a fraction of this activity.
Estudios Ingleses de la Universidad Complutense is a peer-refereed scholarly journal, ISSN-0392, published annually in English/Spanish. Original specialised articles are accepted on research in the following fields: English Language and Literatures in English including comparative literature, literary theory and criticism. Linguistics including theoretical, descriptive, historical and applied; cognitive and functional; text linguistics, discourse analysis, pragmatics and cultural studies. Articles and reviews are refeered double-blind; acceptance by at least two specialists is a condition for publication.
The journal Estudios de Fonética Experimental is an annual journal indexed in SCOPUS, ISOC, Latindex, Carhus++ and some more. It welcomes unpublished works, originated in experimental research in the different branches of phonetics. It also publishes contributions on theoretical aspect of phonetics and reviews of books about phonetics. It also announces upcoming events related to phonetics. It is the only journal in this field of study whose articles are published preferably in Spanish, Catalan and Galician. Articles in English, French or Italian are also accepted.
Estudios de Sociolingüística. Linguas, sociedades e culturas (EdS) will have two issues a year. EdS addresses a national and international specialized readership, and adopts a broad conception of the limits of this discipline. This journal assumes as its own, the interdisciplinary character of sociolinguistics. The Editors of EdS invite researchers to contribute papers and reviews to this journal. Certain issues of EdS will be monographical. EdS will accept proposals from contributors to prepare and edit collective monographical issues. EdS accepts contributions about traditional questions in this discipline and related fields such as: pragmatics, discourse analysis, conversational analysis, interactional linguistics, ethnography of communication, linguistic anthropology, ethnomethodology, language acquisition and socialization, etc. EdS recognises differences between schools and research orientations. Such orientations will constitute an equal part in this journal.
A revista Estudos Linguísticos/Linguistic Studies propõe-se publicar trabalhos considerados relevantes no domínio da linguística, abrangendo todas as áreas de investigação. Os textos a publicar podem ser propostos por investigadores nacionais e estrangeiros e serão avaliados por um painel independente de especialistas nacionais e internacionais.
Estudos de lingüística galega publishes original research articles on linguistics and philology about or related to Galician, especially if concerned with Portuguese; squibs, notes and other short original items concerning the norms of the standard Galician; and a production inventory for the year prior to the year of publication, together with original critical reviews of linguistic studies that are of direct or indirect relevance to Galician.
Eurasian Journal of Applied Linguistics (EJAL) is a professional, double blind peer-reviewed international journal devoted to promoting dissemination of scholarly knowledge and exchange of academic research and professional findings on all aspects of second or foreign language (L2) learning and teaching. Due attention is paid to the teaching and learning of all languages as a second/foreign language. To this end, EJAL publishes theoretical and empirical studies in the form of original research, research reviews, case studies, conceptual frameworks, and innovative educational and social ideas with both regional and global perspectives. EJAL has a clear preference for manuscripts with strong theoretical foundation and tangible educational and research implications. We, therefore, invite original submissions from around the world that fit within this aim.
E-JournALL is a new web-based, peer-reviewed, free-access, interdisciplinary, and multilingual academic journal. The aim of E-JournALL is to publish outstanding research by talented researchers and practitioners carrying out research in the area of English, Italian, and Spanish Applied Linguistics. By giving space to both scholarly and teaching-oriented papers, E-JournALL aims at fostering linguistic-informed teaching approaches and bridging the communicational gap between researchers and educators. E-JournALL operates under the Creative Commons BY-NC-ND 3.0 license, which grants authors the right to republish their work, provided that its original publication in E-JournALL is acknowledged. Furthermore, to increase the distribution of all its papers and contribute to cross-language referencing, the E-JournALL team will translate each abstract of the articles accepted for publication into English, Italian, and Spanish.
EuroLinguistiX (ELiX), founded in July 2004, is a virtual venue dedicated to cross-linguistic issues of European western civilization (especially on linguistic and cultural history, language systems, sociology of language(s), language politics, international communication).
EJES presents work of the highest quality in English literature, linguistics and cultural studies from the multidisciplinary and multicultural perspective that characterises the study of English in Europe. The aim of the journal is to publish substantial scholarly and critical interventions in a fast-developing field and thereby itself to influence the agenda in its disciplines. A research journal, written by and for specialists from all parts of the disciplinary spectrum of English Studies in Europe and beyond, EJES is also addressed to academics interested in the dialogical and plurivocal development of their subject and are interested in innovative work outside their own area of expertise. To this end, it also offers non-specialists examples of recent approaches and new ways of conceiving and engaging the field of English studies. The journal places a high premium on readability, discussion of controversial issues, and the inclusion of a wide range of disciplinary, cultural and theoretical perspectives. EJES appears three times a year. Individual issues are devoted to specific themes, proposed by guest editors, and designed to attract cutting-edge research from across and between the disciplines that make up English Studies in Europe and beyond. A substantial book review section keeps readers informed about new publications in the field, particularly where these challenge existing assumptions or offer to make a difference to the practice of the discipline. 'The cause is Europe . . . The cause is also English Studies in the broadest sense of that term . . . Moreover, the cause is debate.' (Editorial, EJES 1.1)
EJLP/REPL is a peer-reviewed journal published in association with the Conseil européen pour les langues / European Language Council, and edited by Professor Michael Kelly (University of Southampton, UK). It addresses developments in language policy from a European perspective, regarding multilingualism as a valuable asset in twenty-first century societies. Its focus is on Europe but it is alert to policy developments in the wider world. Manuscripts are invited for articles studying any aspect of language policy, and any aspect of the area of languages for which policies may need to be developed. Proposals are particularly welcome that provide greater understanding of the factors which contribute to policy-making, or that examine the effects of particular policies on language learning or language use. The journal also presents policy documents and reports, which contribute to debates on language policy in Europe and elsewhere. Items are accepted in either English or French.
Edited by Klaus Blödl, Lutz Rühling and Henk van der Liet The "European Journal of Scandinavian Studies" is continuing the journal "skandinavistik" under a new name. The journal's content reflects the international spectrum of Scandinavian studies with the subareas of modern literature and cultural studies (including media studies), medieval studies and linguistics. The journal adresses scholars of literature and linguistics as well as scholars of comparative literature interested in this field.
The aim of the journal is to make methods of evaluation and research in education available to teachers, administrators and research workers. Papers published in the journal will do one or more of the following: (1) report evaluation and research findings (2) treat conceptual and methodological issues; (3) consider the implications of the above for action
Explorations in Linguistics: An Online Journal of Undergraduate Research is published twice a year by the Linguistics Program at Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S. Its goal is to promote undergraduate student research in all areas of linguistics.
Explorations is a peer-reviewed online journal. For the language section, we welcome contributions with a theoretical, empirical or applied focus employing a variety of approaches and methodologies. We invite articles which in exploring language and language pedagogy go beyond the formal and cognitivist paradigms, and are inspired by socially informed theories of language.
Filologia germanica is a journal published under the patronage of the Associazione Italiana di Filologia Germanica (Italian Society for Germanic Philology). Each issue is devoted to a specific linguistic and cultural sphere of the Germanic area. The subject of the first issue (to appear november 2008) is ‘Language and culture of the Goths’. The subject of the second issue is ‘The Early Germanic peoples and Italy’. Scientific committee : Elda Morlicchio (co-ordinator), Maria Giovanna Arcamone, Nicoletta Francovich Onesti, Maria Vittoria Molinari. Contributions can be devoted to linguistic, philological, and textual aspects, but also to historical and cultural themes, useful for understanding the linguistic data. Accepted languages: Italian, English, German, or French.
The peer-reviewed Foreign Language Learning and Teaching Journal of the Language Institute, Thammasat University, Thailand, seeks to (1) publish research and related articles in FLLT studies; (2) foster intellectual exchange among researchers, academics, and others in FLLT studies nationally and internationally; and (3) strengthen the collaboration and networking among academics and researchers worldwide.
Fachsprache - International Journal of Specialized Communication is a refereed international journal that publishes original articles on all aspects of specialized communication and forms an interdisciplinary forum for researchers and teachers interested in this field of research. Fachsprache is committed to promoting high-quality research and the improvement of specialized communication and knowledge transfer including the qualifications required for this. It places equal emphasis on rigour and comprehensibility aiming to bridge the gap between researchers who share an interest in specialized communication but come from different disciplines, which may range from linguistics, psychology, lexicography, terminology, and translation studies to the neurosciences and domains such as business administration and economics, law, medicine, science and engineering. Special thematic issues are published regularly.
Facta Universitatis - Series Linguistics and Literature publishes papers across a broad range of topics in linguistics, literature and cultural studies. It also publishes scholarly reviews of literature, book reviews, and occasional commentaries on topics of concern to the academic community. Contributions should be in (preferably) English, French or German. Instructions for contributors can be found at: http://facta.junis.ni.ac.rs/lal/lalinstr.htm
Revue de linguistique publii avec le concours du Centre National du Livre et du CNRS (Editions Ophrys, Paris,France).
Journal of Finno-Ugric Research in Scandinavia.
The subject of Fiat Lingua: the Journal of the Language Creation Society is language creation, constructed languages ("conlangs"), and other topics of special interest to language creators. The journal will include both more formal academic papers and more informal contributions. All contributions, academic and nonacademic, should be of interest and value to a readership of people primarily interested in invented languages (artistic, auxiliary, and/or engineered).
FULL seeks to provide a platform for the lingusitics of modern and/or older Finno-Ugric/Uralic languages and dialects. It welcomes manuscripts from all the main branches of linguistics, including phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics and pragmatics, as well as from first language acquisition and psycholinguistics. Both theoretical and empirical contributions are invited. Submissions offering a cross-linguistic comparison involving languages within the language family or languages from inside and outside the family, and contributions shedding light on issues in Finno-Ugric linguistics through a careful analysis of data from one Finno-Ugric language are both welcomed. Papers conceived in any formal approach to linguistics that facilitates explicit discussions are welcome.
"Fiori di Cactus" (ISSN 2240-7782) is a bi-monthly International scientific and academic Series of the Italian Teatro Vocali EdizionI Publishing House (Publisher Walter Zollino) focused mainly on Historical Linguistics and Classical Philology. The Series, directed by Prof. Dr. Francesco Perono Cacciafoco (PhD Università degli Studi di Pisa, Pisa, Italy) publishes - bimonthly - a monograph about a specific issue in the field of Historical Linguistics (in particular Indo-European Linguistics) or Classical Philology (Greek and Latin Philology and History of the Greek and Latin Language, but also Mycenaeology). The Series also publishes essays in Comparative Literature, Italian Philology (and History of the Italian Language), and Literary Criticism. "Fiori di Cactus" hosts mainly - but not only - works of young Researchers in the above mentioned fields, following an editorial line aimed at the innovation - with a strict hermeneutic rigour - in the different scientific ambits. So, we seek scientific texts that "make bibliography", addressing specific linguistic and philological issues and topics not too much "exploited". All works received and submitted via e-mail to the attention of the Editorial Board are carefully analyzed and receive a detailed evaluation. The Editor invites Scholars from all over the world to submit their works to the Editorial Board. Submissions may be made by e-mail. Accepted languages are English, Italian, German, Spanish, and French. Contacts: email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
First Language is a forum for research into how children acquire their first language, and the application of that research into practice. First Language publishes original research, theoretical articles, review articles and book reviews in all areas of first language acquisition. Age groups studied range from neonates to adolescents.
Editor: Teresa Fanego Increased IMPACT FACTOR 2010: 0.682 Rank 63 out of 141 in category Linguistics in the 2010 Thomson Reuters Journal Citation Report/Social Sciences Edition Folia Linguistica Historica: IMPACT FACTOR 2010: 0.083 5-year IMPACT FACTOR: 0.108 "Folia Linguistica" and its supplement "Folia Linguistica Historica" are the peer-reviewed journals of the Societas Linguistica Europaea (SLE). Each volume consists of two issues of "Folia Linguistica" plus one issue of "Folia Linguistica Historica". "Folia Linguistica" covers all non-historical areas in the traditional disciplines of general linguistics (phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, pragmatics), and also sociological, discoursal, computational and psychological aspects of language and linguistic theory. Other areas of central concern are grammaticalization and language typology. "Folia Linguistica Historica" is exclusively devoted to diachronic linguistics (including both historical and comparative linguistics), and to the history of linguistics. The journal consists of scientific articles presenting results of original research, review articles, overviews of research in specific areas, book reviews, and a miscellanea section carrying reports and discussion notes. In addition, proposals from prospective guest editors for occasional special issues on selected current topics are welcomed. "Folia Linguistica" is a peer-reviewed journal of international scope. "Folia Linguistica" has a website based at the University of Santiago de Compostela, under the editorship of Teresa Fanego. The site can be accessed at www.folialinguistica.com. "Folia Linguistica Historica" has a website based at the University of Vienna, under the editorship of Nikolaus Ritt. The site can be accessed at http://folh.univie.ac.at/home/.
"Folia Scandinavica Posnaniensia" is an international, peer-reviewed journal of Scandinavian studies, established and edited by the Department of Scandinavian Studies at Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań (Poland). The journal carries scholarly articles on Scandinavian linguistics, literature, history and culture, as well as book reviews. As of 2011 FSP is indexed on the ERiH list. Volumes 1 through 10 were published by AMU Press. As of volume 11 the journal became an online one and is available at the Adam Mickiewicz University Repository. Volumes 14, 15 and 16 are also available through De Gruyter Open. Future volumes of FSP will occasionally be published in paper format. Contributions both from Poland and abroad are welcome. Papers submitted to FSP may be written in English, German, as well as the mainland Scandinavian languages.
Dedicated to the advancement of language teaching and learning, Foreign Language Annals (FLA) seeks to serve the professional interests of classroom instructors, researchers, and administrators concerned with the learning and teaching of languages at all levels of instruction. The journal welcomes submissions of the highest quality that report empirical or theoretical research on language learning or teaching, that describe innovative and successful practice and methods, and/or that are relevant to the concerns and issues of the profession. FLA focuses primarily on language education for languages other than English.
Forum Deutsch is the journal of all German teachers in Canada and first appeared in 1989. As of February 2008, it appears twice annually in electronic form and now also contains a double blind, peer-reviewed section, "Forschungsforum," which includes research contributions. The section entitled "Unterrichtsforum" includes contributions about practical applications and issues of teaching and learning German as a foreign language. “Forum Deutsch” invites contributions on aspects of teaching and learning German as a foreign language. Manuscripts should not exceed 3,800 words and may be written in English, German or French.
ForumSprache is a new online journal for those interested in both the theoretical and practical issues involved with the learning and teaching of languages. There will be two issues published each year one in spring and one in autumn. Each issue will include two kinds of contribution in separate sections. The academic section will feature articles on issues in current foreign language research. They will have undergone a peer-review selection process. The second section will be focused on contributions dealing with practical issues in foreign language teaching, e.g. classroom materials or successful teaching projects. ForumSprache will thus provide a forum for the work of innovative teachers and young researchers.
French Studies in Southern Africa is a scholarly journal which is accredited nationally in South Africa and published once a year, with regular and special issues. All submissions are evaluated by an editorial board with national and international members.
Frontiers in Psychology is an open access journal that aims at publishing the best research across the entire field of psychology. Today, psychological science is becoming increasingly important at all levels of society, from the treatment of clinical disorders to our basic understanding of how the mind works. It is highly interdisciplinary, borrowing questions from philosophy, methods from neuroscience and insights from clinical practice - all in the goal of furthering our grasp of human nature and society, as well as our ability to develop new intervention methods. The journal thus welcomes outstanding contributions in any domain of psychological science, from clinical research to cognitive science, from perception to consciousness, from imaging studies to human factors, from animal cognition to social psychology.
Frontiers in Robotics and AI is a novel academic journal composed of an expanding list of specialty sections, each of which has an independent editorial board of leading experts. Frontiers in Robotics and AI is set to be a comprehensive thematic open-access source of knowledge covering diverse areas across robotics research and technology and artificial intelligence. Frontiers in Robotics and AI furthermore aims to create a worldwide community of like-minded researchers in order to facilitate the exchange of ideas.
Selected Publications from Chinese Universities Frontiers of Literature in China - Selected Publications from Chinese Universities aims to present the best research achievements by professors and students of universities in China on various sub-fields of literature. Published quarterly, this journal is intended to facilitate effective communication and exchanges between scholars in China and abroad. It will reflect the significant advances made in Chinese universities in recent years. The multidisciplinary character of this field will be typified by providing the readers with a broad range of articles, most of which are original review articles, research papers and announcement written by individual scholars and research groups and the rest are strictly selected from leading Chinese academic journals that appeal to the international community of academics and other professionals. The journal is to keep related researchers updated on the developments in a wide range of topics reporting thoughts and ideas that advance the understanding of various areas of literature in China’s universities. This journal especially concerns the following sub-fields: ancient Chinese literature, modern Chinese literature and contemporary Chinese literature. The journal is edited by the editorial committee at Peking University of China, which is composed of eminent scholars in the field of literature in China, under the guide of the Editor-in-Chief, Professor Chen Pingyuan, one of the most distinguished littérateurs in China. Electronic version of an original manuscript that has not been published and is not under consideration elsewhere can be submitted to email@example.com. The journal should be indicated in the submission.
Functions of Language is an international journal of linguistics which explores the functionalist perspective on the organisation and use of natural language. It publishes articles and reviews books from the full spectrum of functionalist linguistics, seeking to bring out the fundamental unity behind the various schools of thought, while stimulating discussion among functionalists. It encourages the interplay of theory and description, and provides space for the detailed analysis, qualitative or quantitative, of linguistic data from a broad range of languages. Its scope is broad, covering such matters as prosodic phenomena in phonology, the clause in its communicative context, and regularities of pragmatics, conversation and discourse, as well as the interaction between the various levels of analysis. The overall purpose is to contribute to our understanding of how the use of languages in speech and writing has impacted, and continues to impact, upon the structure of those languages. Functions of Language promotes the constructive interaction between linguistics and such neighbouring disciplines as sociology, cultural studies, psychology, ethology, communication studies, translation theory and educational linguistics.
GEMA: Journal of Language Studies is published by the School of Language Studies and Linguistics, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia. The aim of this journal is to open up a venue for language researchers and practitioners in the areas specified below to share their theories, views, research results and classroom practices. The papers in the journal are published electronically on an on-going basis periodically. GEMA is a refereed scholarly online journal. Submissions for publication are read and assessed by members of the advisory panel, associate readers and the editorial board. GEMA invites articles between 3,500 to 5,000 words in length. Papers on theories and practices including those on discussions of methods, techniques and ideas useful in the classroom are welcome.
Glossa is an ambilingual interdisciplinary journal committed to publishing high-quality scholarly manuscripts from multicultural and interdisciplinary perspectives related to the role of language in human experience with the intention of reaching the widest possible academic audience. It is published bi-annually on the Internet and in print, hosting articles, commentaries, responses to commentaries, reviews, and key concepts. No particular linguistic theories or scientific trends are favored: scientific quality and scholarly standing are the only criteria applied in the selection of papers accepted for publication. Contributions from the neighboring disciplines are welcome in this journal provided that they have some bearing on the functioning of language. The editor is supported by an internationally acclaimed, interdisciplinary Review Board, and welcomes submissions of articles in any subfield of linguistics, preferably via email.
GRETA Journal publishes manuscripts on English Language Teaching Methodology. Its objective of the journal is to bridge the gap between the field of Applied Linguistics and class praxis. Other fundamental goals include providing up‐dated information about the latest trends, techniques, materials, and methodologies employed in EFL teaching and to exchange experiences and publications between research teams both on a national and international level.
There are many journals focused on gender and many devoted to language. Most of these sometimes publish articles on language and gender. There is, however, currently no single scholarly journal to which those interested in gender and language can turn as contributors looking for an audience sharing their focus or as readers seeking a reliable source for on-going discussions in the field. Gender and Language will be an international forum for research on gender and language. As a point of departure, Gender and Language defines gender along two key dimensions. First, gender is a key element of social relationships often loosely linked to perceived differences between the sexes. Gender relations are encoded in linguistic and symbolic representations, normative concepts, social practices, institutions and social identities. Second, gender is a primary arena for articulating power, intersecting in complex ways with other axes of inequality, like class, race, and sexuality. Gender is understood as multi-faceted, always changing, and often contested: the editors welcome discussion of the advantages and disadvantages of competing definitions of gender and of new analytical perspectives. Gender and Launguage will showcase, for example, research on femininities and masculinities, on heterosexual and queer identities, on gender at the level of individual performance or perception and on gender at the level of institutions and ideologies. The journal will encourage discussion and debate about the implications of different definitions of gender and different approaches to analyzing the production and interpretation of texts and speech. It will welcome research employing a range of linguistic approaches (e.g. conversation analysis, discourse and text analysis, ethnography of communication, pragmatics, variationist sociolinguistics, interactional sociolinguistics, stylistics) and from a variety of disciplines, including linguistics, anthropology, women and gender studies, education, philosophy, psychology, folklore, sociology, communication studies, queer studies, literary and cultural studies, as it aims to foster interdisciplinary discussion and dialogue among these disciplines.
GG@G is published by the Generative Grammar Group of the Department of Linguistics of the University of Geneva. Its aim is to publish reports of ongoing research by members of staff and advanced students at the University of Geneva and at associated universities in the domain of generative and formal grammar. GG@G is freely accessible on the web (abstracts in html format, papers as downloadable pdf files).
Monographs, a journal of psychology, is currently seeking manuscripts of monograph length. Typically a Monographs article exceeds 35 typed pages and presents a series of research studies, a new theory, or an in-depth criticism of an existing theory. Innovative research and new approaches are particularly encouraged. Articles deal with the biological as well as the behavioral and social aspects of psychology and are based on either clinical or developmental research. Past topics include cognitive, social, and emotional development; metacognition; learning; memory; and cross-cultural relationships. Review Process Manuscripts are reviewed by at least two peers in the field, a process ordinarily requiring two to three months; the author receives notification of acceptance, need for revision, or rejection. Accepted manuscripts generally appear in the journal within a year. Complete submission guidelines are available at http://www.heldref.org/gsgpmmanu.php.
GULLP is a publication run by graduate students in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese at Georgetown University featuring papers from different areas in Luso-Hispanic Linguistics. Topics include Phonology, Syntax, Semantics, Foreign Language Acquisition, Historical and Sociolinguistics. GULLP accepts submissions from graduate students in any of these disciplines in English, Portuguese and Spanish.
"Germanistik" is the central international journal covering the study of German language and literature, including associated fields. "Germanistik" covers publications on the history of science, Germanic archaeology, general and Indo-Germanic linguistics, east, north, and west Germanic, old and middle Dutch, all historical stages of the German language, current German (in all linguistic aspects), German as a foreign language, dialectology, Yiddish, general linguistics and linguistic theory, aesthetics, rhetoric, comparative literary studies, Nordic archaeology and old Nordic literary history, all epochs of German literary history up to theatre, film and media studies, as well as the history of libraries, books and publishing. Each volume contains some 7,500 published titles in its bibliography. 1,500 of them are book titles, and 6,000 are either journal articles, or articles from Festschriften and other publications. Hoewever, the number of titles analyzed is considerably higher than those that actually appear in "Germanistik". All titles are systematically analyzed, and allotted to the appropriate area of the "Germanistik" journal. Then they are catalogued with headwords for the name- and subject indices. More than 1,200 titles are critically reviewed, with each review containing 20 to 25 lines. More than 800 scholars, both German and international, co-operate with the editorial staff. There is an index of names (1995–2004) available comprising 30.000 entries. In addition there are the following subject indices: (1990–1994; 1995–1999 und 2000–2004) "Germanistik" is available in print and online.
Editor Adam Kendon (University of Pennsylvania) Associate Editors: Lorenza Mondada, University of Lyon (ICAR CNRS Lab & Freiburg Institute for Advanced Studies) Mandana Seyfeddinipur, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, Nijmegen) Gesture publishes articles reporting original research, as well as survey and review articles, on all aspects of gesture. The journal aims to stimulate and facilitate scholarly communication between the different disciplines within which work on gesture is conducted. Topics may include, but are by no means limited to: the relationship between gesture and speech; gesture and cognition; the development of gesture in children; the place of gesture in first and second language acquisition; the processes by which spontaneously created gestures may become transformed into codified forms; the documentation and discussion of vocabularies of ’quotable’ or ’emblematic’ gestures; the relationship between gesture and sign; the role of gesture in ritual interactions of all kinds; gestures compared cross-culturally; biological studies of gesture, including discussions of the place of gesture in language origins theory; gesture in human-machine interaction; gesture as a part of rhetoric. Gesture provides a place where contributions to this topic may be found from such disciplines as linguistics, archaeology, anthropology, biology, communication studies, neurology, ethology, theatre studies, literature and the visual arts, cognitive psychology, and computer engineering.
The Ghana Journal of Linguistics is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal appearing twice a year, published by the Linguistics Association of Ghana. Beginning with Volume 2 (2013) it is published in electronic format only, at http://www.ajol.info. However print-on-demand copies can be made available on application to the editor. The Editors welcome papers on all aspects of linguistics. Articles submitted should not have been previously published. The Editors welcome reports on research in progress and brief notices of research findings, as well as news of general interest to linguists. The Editors also welcome books from authors and publishers for review in the Ghana Journal of Linguistics. They may be sent to M. E. Kropp Dakubu, Editor-in-Chief, Ghana Journal of Linguistics, University of Ghana, P. O. Box LG73, Accra, Ghana. Anyone who wishes to review a particular book is invited to contact the editor. Submissions should be submitted electronically to the Editor-in-Chief, at either firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. They should be accompanied by a brief biographical note giving the author’s name in the form it should appear in print plus current academic or professional position and field of research interest. Please see the inside back cover of this issue for detailed instructions. The Ghana Journal of Linguistics is published by the Linguistics Association of Ghana, P. O. Box LG61, Legon, Accra, Ghana. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Website: http://www.laghana.org
Globe: A Journal of Language, Culture and Communication, or Globe for short, is an interdisciplinary peer-reviewed journal which seeks to publish original quality research articles in language, linguistics, and communication studies. Globe is published at least once a year, and a standard issue consists of a thematic section (whose articles address a specific theme or framework in language and/or communiction) and an open section. In addition, there is a section for reviews of relevant scientific monographs.
Glotodidactica is a biannual journal of applied linguistics. Glotodidactica publishes articles that focus on the mediation between expertise about language and experience of language. The journal seeks to develop an awareness of the way language works, how it affects peoples' lives, and what interventions are desirable and feasible to make in differing domains of language use and learning. Articles in Glotodidactica should explicitly address the 'So what?' question: How do ideas, observations, results, suggestions presented in a paper relate to actual 'real world' problems involving language? How could or should what is discussed in a paper be followed up, or followed through, to practical proposals? Is there a convincing explicit connection between the disciplinary areas the author draws on and the domains where people engage with language? The journal thus conceives of applied linguistics as essentially being a process which seeks a negotiated settlement of language problems through the reconciliation of different and sometimes conflicting perspectives.
Glottotheory was founded in 2008. The journal is published by De Gruyter Mouton beginning with Vol. 4.1. The foci of Glottotheory are: - Observations and descriptions of all aspects of language and text phenomena including the areas of psycholinguistics, sociolinguistics, dialectology, pragmatics, etc. on all levels of linguistic analysis, - Applications of methods, models or findings from quantitative linguistics concerning problems of natural language processing, language teaching, documentation and information retrieval, - Methodological problems of linguistic measurement, model construction, sampling and test theory, - Epistemological issues such as explanation of language and text phenomena, contributions to theory construction, systems theory, philosophy of science. The journal considers itself as platform for a dialogue between quantitative and qualitative linguistics.
Research in the intersection between mathematical/computational linguistics and formal language theory. In December 2003 the publication of this journal was discontinued.
The journal "Grazer Linguistische Studien (GLS)" is a journal for linguistic research. It appears twice per year and often focuses on one topic per volume. Usually, there is a relation to ongoing research at the University of Graz.
Géolinguistique explores the variation of languages (particularly of non written languages) in space. Articles may deal with any aspect and domain of language (above all lexis, phonetics, morpho-syntax, prosody and microtoponymy).
Histoire Épistémologie Langage is an international peer-reviewed journal that has been in existence since 1979. It is ranked INT2* in the ERIH-lists established by the European Science Foundation. Published by the Société d’Histoire et d’Epistémologie des Sciences du Langage (SHESL), it is one of the leading periodicals in the fields of the history of the language sciences, linguistic historiography and philosophy of linguistics. (* “international publications with significant visibility and influence in the various research domains in different countries”)
Hacettepe University Journal of Education is an international, interdisciplinary and refereed journal of education publishing previously unpublished research, review, and theoretical articles in all fields of education. The journal is published semi-annually; in June and in December. Articles can be submitted in Turkish, English, German or French. Further information is available on the web. The contributor(s) must download the manuscript template at: http://www.efdergi.hacettepe.edu.tr. Correspondence Aysun UMAY Hacettepe University, Faculty of Education Editor-in-Chief, 06800, Beytepe- ANKARA/ TURKEY E-mail : email@example.com Web:http://www.efdergi.hacettepe.edu.tr
The working papers of Harvard students and faculty.
Heritage Language Journal is published jointly by the Language Resource Center of UCLA and the UC Consortium for Language Learning and Teaching and is housed on a server hosted by the UCLA International Institute at UCLA. With the goal of advancing the knowledge about educating heritage speakers, the journal seeks submissions from researchers and practitioners in linguistics & applied linguistics, psychology, sociology, language education, language policy, and other related and relevant fields.
Himalayan Linguistics is a free peer-reviewed web journal and archive of grammars, dictionaries, and text collections specializing in the languages of the Himalayan region. The term "Himalayan" is used in its broad sense to include north-western and north-eastern India, where languages of Indo- Aryan, Dravidian, Tibeto-Burman, and Austro-Asiatic linguistic stocks are spoken; the languages of Nepal, Bhutan and the Tibetan Plateau; the languages of northern Burma, Yunnan and Sichuan; and the languages of Nuristan, Baltistan and the Burushaski speaking area in the west. Access to Himalayan Linguistics is free and available to anyone with Internet access! The editors welcome submission of articles in any subfield of linguistics, as well as phonological and grammatical descriptions, lexical materials, and text collections. We also publish book reviews and book notices. To subscribe to Himalayan Linguistics, read information on submissions, or access current published works, type "Himalayan Linguistics" into your favorite web browser or type in http://www.linguistics.ucsb.edu/HimalayanLinguistics/
This web-forum is committed to create conducive academic environment for research & development. Accordingly a huge database will be prepared where Linguists, Computer Scientists and their academic activities can be preserved with the aim of making them available at mass level. Finally, It is requested to all the scholars to enrich the forum with their important suggestions, writings and view sharing.
A journal devoted to the teaching of Spanish and Portuguese, the official scholarly journal of the AATSP, is widely recognized as the most comprehensive publication in literary, linguistic, and pedagogical matters related to Spanish and Portuguese. Since 1917, Hispania has published original, unpublished manuscripts on language, linguistics, literature, literary criticism, film, culture, cultural studies, applied linguistics and pedagogy having to do with Spanish and Portuguese. It is a refereed research journal published four times per year. Some 10,000 copies of each volume are published. Hispania contains scholarly articles that are judged to be of interest to specialists in the discipline(s) as well as to the diverse readership of teachers of Spanish and Portuguese. Approximately 275 original manuscripts are submitted annually with an acceptance rate of 12–15%. Hispania is available on JSTOR and Project MUSE.
Hispanic Studies Review (HSR) is an international refereed journal published twice a year by the Department of Hispanic Studies at the College of Charleston. The journal welcomes submissions on cultural studies, applied and theoretical linguistics, and the literatures of the Spanish-speaking worlds and their contact zones. HSR particularly invites scholarship with approaches that are interdisciplinary and/or engage innovative dialogues. HSR only accepts electronic submissions at firstname.lastname@example.org, and each manuscript undergoes a rigorous double-blind peer review. Previously published material and work under consideration elsewhere will not be considered. HSR is not responsible for the opinions expressed by contributors. The journal’s editorial team will respond to contributors in a timely manner.
Historiographia Linguistica serves the ever growing community of scholars interested in the history of the sciences concerned with language such as linguistics, philology, anthropology, sociology, pedagogy, psychology, neurology, and other disciplines. Central objectives of HL are the critical presentation of the origin and development of particular ideas, concepts, methods, schools of thought or trends, and the discussion of the methodological and philosophical foundations of a historiography of the language sciences, including its relationship with the history and philosophy of science.
Hiwwe wie Driwwe is the magazine, which serves the interests of the Pennsylvania Germans in Pennsylvania and elsewhere in North America. Linguists will find interesting linguistic data such as dialect articles and dialect literature. This corpus can be exmamined. Additionaly, linguists will find a lot of names and addresses of Pennsylvania German speakers and writers. This can be meaningful in order to start a linguistic study on the Pennsylvania German.
The Hong Kong Journal of Applied Linguistics is an international, refereed journal which will be of interest to all persons professionally concerned with issues related to the use of English as a second or foreign language by Chinese first language background learners. It aims to promote the development of principled links between theoretical linguistics, educational research, language planning and the implementation of practical teaching programmes within, or relevant to, a Chinese context. HKJAL invites submissions of previously unpublished articles that address language issues in Hong Kong or the surrounding region and language related issues in other Chinese contexts, including Chinese students studying overseas. Book reviews and brief reports or summaries of work in progress which address similar issues are also welcome. The inaugural issue was published in October 1996; issues are published twice yearly.
A journal showcasing the various topics and discussions that arise on the ELT World journals, mainly dealing with the day-to-day issues that teachers around the world are faced with.
International electronic seminar on the application of computers to the humanities. Its primary aim is to provide a forum for discussion of intellectual, scholarly, pedagogical, and social issues and for exchange of information among members. Humanist is allied with the Association for Computers and the Humanities and the Association for Literary and Linguistic Computing. It is an affiliated publication of the American Council of Learned Societies and a publication of the Office for Humanities Communication (U.K.).
HUMOR was established as an international interdisciplinary forum for the publication of high-quality research papers on humor as an important and universal human faculty. Humor research draws upon a wide range of academic disciplines including anthropology, biology, computer science, education, family science, film studies, history, linguistics, literature, mathematics, medicine, philosophy, physiology, psychology, and sociology. At the same time, humor research often sheds light on the basic concepts, ideas, and methods of many of these disciplines. The Editorial Board and the Board of Consulting Editors are composed of prominent humor researchers who specialize in these disciplines.
Editor-in-Chief: Salvatore Attardo Increased IMPACT FACTOR 2010: 0.780 5-year IMPACT FACTOR: 0.864 ERIH category INT2 "Humor" was established as an international interdisciplinary forum for the publication of high-quality research papers on humor as an important and universal human faculty. "Humor" research draws upon a wide range of academic disciplines including anthropology, biology, computer science, education, family science, film studies, history, linguistics, literature, mathematics, medicine, philosophy, physiology, psychology, and sociology. At the same time, humor research often sheds light on the basic concepts, ideas, and methods of many of these disciplines. The Editorial Board and the Board of Consulting Editors are composed of prominent humor researchers who specialize in these disciplines. "Humor" publishes original contributions in the following areas: - interdisciplinary humor research - studies on humor theory - studies of humor research methodologies - applications of one or more disciplines to the study of humor - applications of humor research to one or more disciplines - studies of humor technology - humor material databases. Contributions take the form of empirical observational studies, theoretical discussions, presentations of research, short notes, reactions/replies to recent articles, book reviews, and letters to the editors. All the materials are thoroughly refereed. "Humor" is a peer-reviewed journal of international scope. The Journal is the official publication of the International Society for Humor Studies (ISHS).
The Hwa Kang Journal of TEFL, published by the Language Center of the Chinese Culture University in Taipei, is now announcing a call for papers for the 2003 edition of our journal. The Journal, now in its ninth year of publication especially welcomes writers whose first language is not English to submit and is intended to promote the teaching of English as a foreign language, with a focus on listening and speaking, considered together as a conversational or communicative ability or skill, or considered separately as two distinct language abilities or skills.
IBJES, a peer-reviewed journal, provides a forum for interdisciplinary discourse in the critical areas of theories and practices in language and literary studies in English. It aims at providing the best and latest thinking in English Studies. IBJES is published annually by the Department of English, University of Ibadan, Nigeria. Submissions: MLA (for Literature); APA (Language). Contributions should avoid self-referencing, disclosure of identities, use of first person pronouns, and sexist/racist expressions. Abstract: not more than 200 words, indicating five key words (not including title). All submissions and enquiries are to be directed to: The Editor, email@example.com.
The ICAME Journal is published under the auspices of the Aksis Centre (The Department of Culture, Language and Information Technology, University of Bergen, Norway). Printing and distribution from volume 30 onwards has been handled by UCREL (Lancaster University, United Kingdom).
IEEE Intelligent Systems emphasizes current practice and experience and promising new ideas that will likely see use in the near future. We welcome articles on topics across the spectrum of related work. Example topics include * Knowledge-based systems * Intelligent software agents * Natural language processing * Knowledge management * Machine learning * Data mining * Adaptive and intelligent robotics * The Semantic Web * Social issues relevant to intelligent systems
The study, development, improvement, and promotion of techniques for preparing, organizing for use, processing, editing, collecting, conserving, and disseminating any form of information in the electrical and electronics fields.
ILSIENNA - Our language is a new peer-reviewed journal of the recently founded "International Association of Maltese Linguistics". It publishes scholarly articles and reviews which are directly connected to topics of Maltese Linguistics. ILSIENNA provides the first dedicated forum for specialists of Maltese and linguists whose projects include Maltese and/or the languages of Malta to exchange their ideas.
INCH English Language Studies is an open access electronic journal published three times in a year. The journal provides academics, scholars and graduate students an innovative platform for publication of original research in areas covering use of English, syntax, morphology, lexicology, terminology, translation, pragmatics, etc. We invite articles of up to 7,500 words for publication in all areas and disciplines covered by our academic journals. Articles must be written in English or French. All submissions to INCH Academic Publishing Company are subject to a double blind peer-review process.
ISESE: Ibadan Journal of Folklore IBJOF, a peer-reviewed journal, provides a forum for interdisciplinary discourse in the critical areas of folklore theories, practices and promotion of scholarship and academic excellence in African, African American, West Indian, Asian and Australian studies. IBJOF is published annually by the Ibadan Cultural Studies Group, Faculty of Arts, University of Ibadan, Nigeria. Submissions: (On-line), MLA style. Contributions should avoid self-referencing, disclosure of identities, use of first person pronouns, and sexist/racist expressions. Abstract: not more than 250 words, indicating five key words (not including title). All submissions (on-line), and enquiries are to be directed to: The Editor, firstname.lastname@example.org
A refereed journal that welcomes manuscripts in the broad area of applied linguistics, with a strong preference for contributions relating to language acquisition (second language acquisition, foreign/second language teaching, including computer-assisted learning) and educational linguistics. The journal publishes reports of empirical studies and ground-breaking theoretical articles. Each issue also includes book reviews. The journal is published twice a year by the Department of Linguistics at the K.U.Leuven, the Department of Applied Linguistics of the VLEKHO (Brussels) and the Department of Applied Linguistics of the Lessius Hogeschool (Antwerp). ITL - International Journal of Applied Linguistics is abstracted and indexed in Bibliographie linguistique/Linguistic Bibliography; INIST/CNRS; CrossRef.
ITL - International Journal of Applied Linguistics is a refereed journal devoted to studies in the field of language acquisition in a multilingual society. It is particularly interested in manuscripts reporting on studies that apply a multidisciplinary approach to research on second/foreign language acquisition of any language, mother tongue education, educational linguistics, computer-assisted language learning, classroom-based research, language policy, and language assessment. ITL welcomes manuscripts that critically discuss the pedagogical or policy implications of research results. The journal publishes reports of empirical studies, critical position papers and ground-breaking theoretical articles. Each volume also contains book reviews. ITL was previously published by Peeters Publishers. John Benjamins Publishing Company is the official publisher as of Volume 165 (2013/2014).
Ianua. Revista Philologica Romanica (Ianua) is a yearly electronic journal devoted to the promotion of research works about Romance Philology and Linguistics. It is an initiative of the Institute of Romance Studies «Romania Minor».
Iberia is a six-monthly, online, open-access journal on theoretical linguistics in any of its disciplines: syntax, semantics, phonology, discourse analysis, etc. It is mostly focused on generative grammar, although it is open to other frameworks as well. The main goal of the journal is to circulate double blind peer-reviewed, on-going work by researchers in the field in as short a period of time as possible, made feasible through the online platform of Iberia. The language of publication is English. Iberia is already indexed in the following databases: Ulrichs, ISOC, Latindex, DICE, DIALNET.We are currently applying to other international databases. The editors are very pleased to announce that Iberia has been classified as a B journal on a scale of A to D, despite its youth (CIRC category). Iberia meets 35 features of Latindex out of 36.
Edited by Dietrich Briesemeister, Rolf Eberenz, Dieter Ingenschay, Susanne Klengel, Volker Noll, Klaus Pörtl, and Michael Rössner "Iberoromania" is the oldest journal in the German-speaking regions dealing specifically with the Ibero-Romance languages and literature of Europe and America. The journal provides a leading article, an issue focusing on current topics at regular intervals, followed by a review issue, in which a few selected new publications are covered in detail. In addition, the "Iberoromania" has become more open to Ibero-Romance languages and literature outside of Europe and America, above all in African.
Ibérica is an international peer-reviewed journal which publishes research articles, research notes, interviews and reviews and is aimed at teachers, scholars and researchers interested in modern languages as applied to academic and professional purposes (LSP). Ibérica is available twice a year per semester: April to September (Spring volume) and October to March (Fall volume).
Ibérica, the journal of the European Association of Languages for Specific Purposes (AELFE), publishes research articles, research notes, interviews and reviews and is aimed at teachers, scholars and researchers interested in modern languages as applied to academic and professional purposes (LSP). Ibérica is available twice a year per semester: April to September (Spring volume) and October to March (Fall volume). Journal Citation Reports - Social Sciences Edition: Impact Factor 0.231 Indexed in: Arts and Humanities Citation Index® / BLL / CARHUS Plus+ / CINDOC / CIRC / Contents Pages in Education / Dialnet / DICE / DOAJ / EBSCO Publishing / ERIH / e-revist@s / ERA / ISOC / LATINDEX / Linguistics Abstracts Online / LLBA / MIAR / MLA International Bibliography / MLA List of Periodicals / REDALYC / RESH / SCOPUS / Social Sciences Citation Index® / Social Scisearch® / The Linguist List / Ulrich’s TM
Idil is a scholarly, peer-reviewed quarterly international journal published by Esas in print and electronic version. Articles to be sent to Idil Journal are expected to be original and to contribute to univeral science. Besides, the journal gives place to articles and interviews that introduce scientists, artists and publications. In order for an article to be published in Idil, it is necessary for it not to be published anywhere before or accepted to be published. Papers that have been presented in a symposium or conference before but have not been published and studies produced from postgraduate thesis are also welcomed. Articles in English, Russian and Turkish should be submitted to editor at idildergisi.com
Íkala, journal of language and culture is a serial academic publication. It was set up in 1996 as a means of expression for the publishing company of the School of Languages of the Universidad de Antioquia (Colombia). Its aim is to communicate the trends, experiences and results of the theory and application of knowledge in both native and foreign languages and cultures. Therefore, Íkala seeks to establish itself as a broadcasting medium, making public the intellectual works produced by members of the School of Languages and by the national and international community of knowledge. Being a publication of language and culture, Íkala welcomes articles from a wide subject range: translation, the culture of modern language speaking peoples, language teaching and learning, bilingualism, linguistics, and literature.
The Ilha do Desterro journal is published by the English Post-Graduation Program (Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina – Brasil). This is an open-access journal indexed by SCOPUS, SciElo, MLA, among other databases.
The project InKoj (Interlingvistikaj Kajeroj) aims at filling the need for a place of academic discussion and study of themes related to planned and artificial languages, including both logical-linguistic analyses of morpho-syntactical structures and lexicon generation, as well as from a thought-historical perspective, focusing on their underlying epistemological and ontological assumptions. It is a genuinely philosophical domain, as its analysis involves categorial taxonomies, formal logics, mystical or religious inspirations, political and artistic utopian projects. The journal will also qualify as a privileged setting to discuss projects related to the protection of linguistic parity through the implementation of interlanguages, in plurilinguistic contexts such as the European Union.
InTRAlinea is double-blind peer review journal published by the Department of Interdisciplinary Studies in Translation, Languages and Culture of the University of Bologna, Italy. It seeks to address issues on Translation Studies from all potential perspectives. It considers contributions in English, Italian, French, German and Spanish.
Published in Jan. & June every year with papers written in English from all parts of the world. IJOAL attempts to place before its readers new theoretical and methodologist ideas and research from the several disciplines engaged in Applied Linguistics. The linguist, the anthropologist, the psychologist, the applied linguist, and the language teacher may find it a useful forum, for both descriptive and experimental studies and methodological and theoretical papers.
Indian Linguistics is a quarterly journal (produced annually) of the Linguistic Society of India, which publishes articles and reviews of interest to the scientific study of language and languages, especially the languages of India.
The Indiana University Working Papers in Linguistics series showcases the work of graduate students, faculty, and friends of the Indiana University Department of Linguistics and related departments. Begun in 1999, the series now contains 8 volumes with content spanning across various sub-fields of linguistics.
New journal from Brill: Indo-European Linguistics Indo-European Linguistics (IEL) is a new, double-blind peer-reviewed, full Open Access journal devoted to the study of the Indo-European languages from the perspective of modern linguistics. It provides a venue for synchronic or diachronic linguistic studies of the older Indo-European languages and the Indo-European family as a whole, within any theoretical or analytical framework. IEL welcomes submissions dealing with phonetic, phonological, morphological, syntactic, semantic, and pragmatic aspects of the older Indo-European languages; historical studies of any of the Indo-European languages or branches, including problems related to the reconstruction of proto-Indo-European; typological investigations, including those which make use of data from non-Indo-European languages; and research which draws upon the findings of language acquisition, cognitive science, variationist sociolinguistics, or language contact. Contributions with a focus on more ‘traditional’ topics such as sound change or etymology, but which have ramifications for linguistic theory or general issues of language use, acquisition, and change, are likewise encouraged. IEL will be published by Brill in both print and electronic format. The electronic version will be full Open Access for the first five years of the journal's publication. The print form will appear once per year as a volume of ca. 300 pages. Electronic articles will be posted as soon as they are ready for publication. General Editors: Joseph F. Eska (Blacksburg) Ronald Kim (Poznan) Editorial Board: Stephen Colvin (London) Eystein Dahl (Bergen) Petra Goedegebuure (Chicago) Olav Hackstein (Munich) Götz Keydana (Göttingen) Paul Kiparsky (Stanford) Masato Kobayashi (Tokyo) Martin Kümmel (Freiburg) Rosemarie Lühr (Jena) H. Craig Melchert (Los Angeles) Don Ringe (Philadelphia) Michael Weiss (Ithaca) For authors guidelines for the preparation of manuscripts and electronic submission, please direct your browser to www.brill.com/publications/journals/indo-european-linguistics.
The Indo-European Studies Bulletin is a publication affiliated with the UCLA Indo-European Studies Program and published by the Friends and Alumni of Indo-European Studies. All issues are hardcopy and include news, book reviews, listings of new books and journals, upcoming conferences and summer schools, new electronic resources for IE, IE books available for review in Language as well as articles. Note: From vol. 7, no. 2 onwards, the IES Bulletin appeared in a printed format. Earlier issues, under the name FAIES Indo-European Studies Newsletter (ISSN: 1534-7052), were xeroxed and stapled.
The Indo-Iranian Journal, founded in 1957, focuses on the ancient and medieval languages and cultures of South Asia and of pre-islamic Iran. It publishes articles on Indo-Iranian languages (linguistics and literature), such as Sanskrit, Avestan, Middle Iranian and Middle & New Indo-Aryan. It publishes specialized research on ancient Iranian religion and the Indian religions, such as the Veda, Hinduism, Jainism and Buddhism (including Tibetan). The journal welcomes epigraphical studies as well as general contributions to the understanding of the (pre-modern) history and culture of South Asia. Illustrations are accepted. A substantial part of Indo-Iranian Journal is reserved for reviews of new research. Twice a year it contains a detailed bibliography of all publications received. The Journal predominantly publishes articles in English and occasionaly in French and German.
Editor: Eckhard Eggers IMPACT FACTOR 2010: 0.033 "Indogermanische Forschungen" publishes contributions (essays and reviews) mainly in the areas of historical-comparative linguistics, historical linguistics, typology and characteristics of the languages of the Indogermanic language family. Essays on general linguistics and non-Indogermanic languages are also featured, provided that they coincide with the main focus of the journal with respect to methods and language history.
Information Design Journal (IDJ) is a peer-reviewed international journal that bridges the gap between research and practice in information design. IDJ is a platform for discussing and improving the design, usability, and overall effectiveness of ‘content put into form’ — of verbal and visual messages shaped to meet the needs of particular audiences. IDJ offers a forum for sharing ideas about the verbal, visual, and typographic design of print and online documents, multimedia presentations, illustrations, signage, interfaces, maps, quantitative displays, websites, and new media. IDJ brings together ways of thinking about creating effective communications for use in contexts such as workplaces, hospitals, airports, banks, schools, or government agencies. On the one hand, IDJ explores the design of information, with a focus on writing, the visual design, structure, format, and style of communications. On the other hand, IDJ seeks to better understand the ways that people understand, interpret, and use communications, with a focus on audiences, cultural differences, readers’ expectations, and differences between populations such as teenagers, elderly or the blind. IDJ publishes research papers, case studies, critiques of information design and related theory, reviews of current literature, research-in-progress, interviews with thought leaders, discussions of practical problems, book reviews, and conference information. Contributions should be relevant to a multi-disciplinary audience from fields such as: communication design, writing, typography, discourse studies, applied linguistics, rhetoric, usability research, instructional design and graphic design. Contributions should be based on appropriate evidence and make clear their implications for practice.
Information Processing & Management is devoted to refereed reporting of: 1. Basic and applied research in information science, computer science, cognitive science and related areas that deals with: the generation, representation, organization, storage, retrieval, and use of information; the nature, manifestations, behavior, and effects of information and knowledge; communication and distribution of information and knowledge; and human information behavior. 2. Experimental and advanced processes related to: information retrieval (IR); digital libraries; knowledge organization and distribution; digitized contents - text, image, sound and multimedia processing; and human-computer interfaces in information systems. Implementations in information retrieval systems and a variety of information systems, networks, and contexts. Related evaluation. 3.Management of information resources, services, systems and networks, and digital libraries. Related studies of the economics of information and the principles of information management. The aim is to provide an international forum for advanced works and critical analysis in these interdependent and interdisciplinary areas.
Innovation in Language Learning and Teaching is an international refereed journal devoted to innovative approaches to methodologies and pedagogies in language learning and teaching. It publishes research articles, review articles and book/materials reviews. It draws on a range of disciplines that share a focus on exploring new approaches to language learning and teaching from a learner-cente red perspective. It will appeal to anyone interested in the development of, research into or practical application of new methodologies in language teaching and learning.
The InterDISCIPLINARY Journal of Portuguese Diaspora Studies (IJPDS) aims to provide a multidisciplinary, intercontinental, and polyphonic forum, which will permit dialogue among Portuguese and non-Portuguese scholars involved in research and creative work related to the Portuguese diaspora throughout the world. The journal publishes original research, evaluation studies, case reports, review articles, and book reviews. We also accept narratives representative of the Portuguese diaspora and whose message is conveyed in visual texts (photography), and/or creative/fictional writing (such as poetry and short stories). The works to be submitted may be written in English, Portuguese, Spanish, or French.
Interaction Studies aims to advance knowledge in the growing and strongly interdisciplinary area of interaction studies in biological and artificial systems. Understanding social behaviour and communication in biological and artificial systems requires knowledge of evolutionary, developmental and neurobiological aspects of social behaviour and communication; the embodied nature of interactions; origins and characteristics of social and narrative intelligence; perception, action and communication in the context of dynamic and social environments; social learning, adaptation and imitation; social behaviour in human-machine interactions; the nature of empathic understanding, behaviour and intention reading; minimal requirements and systems exhibiting social behaviour; the role of cultural factors in shaping social behaviour and communication in biological or artificial societies. Fields of interest comprise evolutionary biology, artificial intelligence, artificial life, robotics, psychology, cognitive neuroscience, computational neuroscience, cognitive modeling, ethology, social and biological anthropology, palaeontology, animal behaviour, linguistics. Interaction Studies is a successor of Evolution of Communication. While IS significantly broadens the original aims and scope of EoC, the journal continues to encourage researchers studying the origins of human language and the evolutionary continuum of communication in general to submit high quality manuscripts to Interaction Studies.
As of 2004 Evolution of Communication is incorporated in the journal Interaction Studies.
Editor-in-Chief: Istvan Kecskes IMPACT FACTOR 2010: 0.929 ERIH category INT2 "Intercultural Pragmatics" is a fully peer reviewed forum for theoretical and applied pragmatics research. The goal of the journal is to promote the development and understanding of pragmatic theory and intercultural competence by publishing research that focuses on general theoretical issues, more than one language and culture, or varieties of one language. "Intercultural Pragmatics" encourages ‘interculturality’ both within the discipline and in pragmatic research. It supports interaction and scholarly debate between researchers representing different subfields of pragmatics including the linguistic, cognitive, social, and interlanguage paradigms. In addition to the paper section, our "Forum" includes interviews, debates, rebuttals, and research statements from leading theoreticians and researchers. The intercultural perspective is relevant not only to each line of research within pragmatics but also extends to several other disciplines such as anthropology, theoretical and applied linguistics, psychology, communication, sociolinguistics, second language acquisition, and bi- and multilingualism. The journal makes a special effort to cross disciplinary boundaries. It intends to be a forum for researchers who are looking for new tools and methods to investigate human languages and communication to better understand the role of pragmatic competence in language acquisition and the process of communication. The editors, editorial board members, and the publisher are committed to producing a journal that is provocative and open to new ideas. We are especially interested in featuring articles and research papers that - address major issues of pragmatics research such as communicative principles, explicatures, implicatures, role of context, semantics-pragmatics interface, and so forth, - explore the implications of pragmatics research for theoretical developments and practical applications in the fields of language acquisition and intercultural communication, - analyze the ways in which language is both shaped by culture and is the medium through which culture is created, - focus on the use of varieties of one language, including the investigation of lingua franca from a pragmatic perspective, - discuss language use and gender differences in the context of cross-cultural interaction, - describe the meaning and implications of interculturality and analyze the reasons for cross-cultural misunderstandings, - study the nature of interaction between native speakers and non-native speakers and bi- and multilinguals, - investigate the effect of dual language and multilingual systems on the development and use of pragmatic skills, - examine the teachability and learnability of pragmatic skills in instructional environments.
An innovative biannual journal which reaches out to the international community of researchers in two disciplines. While maintaining the integrity of each field, their appearance side-by-side, on the one hand, adds a new Post-modern focus to Germanic Linguistics and opens the door to its place among related humane and natural sciences in keeping with the holistic trends of contemporary research. On the other hand, research in the affable discipline of Semiotics, the general science of signification, finds its closest allied sister science in linguistics. Yet the specification of "Germanic" prevents the total merger/assimilation of these two disciplines, which would be a real possibility with simply "Linguist- ics." This journal proposes a bold experiment in the actual instantiation of the clustering of Germanic Linguistics and Semiotic Analysis.
Se aceptarán tres tipos de trabajos: -Artículos que versen sobre cualquier ámbito de la Lingüística. - Reseñas de obras relacionadas con este saber. - Semblanzas de congresos celebrados acerca de esta temática. Las lenguas en las que pueden presentarse los originales son español e inglés.
International Applied Linguistics, a professional, refereed journal, is published bimonthly a year. The primary aim of the new journal is to fulfill the need for a publication forum devoted to the discussion of topics and issues in Applied Linguistics in the world, with a strong preference for contributions relating to second language acquisition, foreign/second language teaching, computer-assisted learning, curriculum design and development, teaching and research methodology, testing and evaluation, educational linguistics and the like. Two issues every year will be special ones organized thematically and regionally, which will be devoted to China (including Hong Kong and Taiwan), Japan, Korea and other EFL/ESL fast-developing areas in the Asian region. These issues will be guest-edited by advisory board members or other scholars.
Revue internationale de Sémiotique juridique Editor-in-Chief: Anne Wagner The International Journal for the Semiotics of Law welcomes articles applying different forms of textual analysis to the discourses of the law. They include the semiotics of Greimas, Peirce and Lacan, rhetoric, philosophy of language, pragmatics, sociolinguistics and deconstructionism, as well as more traditional legal philosophical approaches to the language of the law. Articles are welcome in either English or French.
"International Journal of Academic Research" (IJAR) is a bimonthly international journal publishing the finest peer-reviewed research in all fields of science and technology on the basis of its originality, importance, interdisciplinary interest, timeliness, accessibility, elegance and surprising conclusions. IJAR also provides rapid, authoritative, insightful and arresting news and interpretation of topical and coming trends affecting science, scientists and the wider public.
International Journal of Academic Research in Applied Science (IJARAS) is an open access multidisciplinary journal with the objective of publishing high quality research papers in applied and natural sciences, including linguistics, medicine, agriculture and engineering. All papers published by IJARAS are blind peer reviewed. IJARAS publishes three types of papers: Research papers Review papers Short communications
A world forum for the study of all the languages native to North, Central, and South America.
InJal publishes articles that focus on the mediation between expertise in linguistics, broadly defined, and experience of language. The journal seeks to develop an awareness of the way language works, how it affects peoples' lives, and what interventions are desirable and feasible to make in differing domains of language use and learning.
International Journal of Applied Linguistics and English Literature (IJALEL) is a peer-reviewed journal established in Australia. Authors are encouraged to submit complete unpublished and original works which are not under review in any other journal. The scopes of the journal include, but not limited to, the following topic areas: Applied Linguistics, English Language Teaching, and English Literature. The journal is published in both printed and online versions. The online version is free access and downloadable.
The International Journal of Arabic Linguistics (IJAL) is an online open access peer-reviewed journal that aims at providing a platform for researchers working on the Arabic language to disseminate their most recent work. We welcome papers on the linguistic structure of Arabic as well as its history and its functions in society. The journal welcomes in particular studies in dialectology, sociolinguistics, historical linguistics, and other areas in which the focus is more on data than on theory. In other words, the journal does not adhere to any particular linguistic theory but rather encourages research on new data that can give rise to new issues, or works that provide new approaches to old ones. In addition to research papers, the journal also publishes book reviews. These are intended primarily for readers of Arabic who cannot read works published in other languages. We have noticed that many influential studies by non-Arab scholars are not very well-known among native students of Arabic linguistics. Therefore, review articles are required to be written in the Arabic language.
This refereed journal is the forum of debate and research for the Association of Professors of English and Translation at Arab Universities.
International Journal of Bilingual Education And Bilingualism Editor Colin Baker (University of Wales) Colin Baker received the CABE 2000 award for Research and Scholarship Book Review Editor: Aneta Pavlenko, Temple University 'I am impressed with your ideas for an international journal on Bilingualism, which I agree is sorely needed.' James W. Crawford (USA) With a greatly expanded editorial board, the International Journal of Bilingual Education & Bilingualism increased from 4 to 6 issues in 2001. Bilingualism, multilingualism, bilingual education and the acquisition of languages have grown as topics of international importance. As international communications increase, technological changes facilitate international relationships, and travelling between countries and oceans becomes more common, the international importance of bilingualism and bilingual education continues to rise steeply. As the same time, there is increasing interest in revitalizing language minorities and the survival of indigenous and immigrant languages. The preservation of linguistic and cultural diversity in the world has become internationally prominent. Subscription Rates and Information ISSN 1367-0050 6 x p.a. 1 year from Vol. 5 2002 6 issues p a includes free CatchWord Access (http://www.catchword.com) Libraries/Institutions £210.00 / US$330.00 / Euro 350.00 Individuals/Schools £50.00 / US$75.00
Research papers, case studies, field observations and reviews on bilingualism.
Editors: Wei-Tien Dylan Tsai | National Tsing Hua University Ning Yu | Pennsylvania State University Hongming Zhang | University of Wisconsin-Madison Executive Editor Hongming Zhang | University of Wisconsin-Madison Editorial email address: ijchlsubmissionATgmail.com ISSN 2213-8706 | E-ISSN 2213-8714 International Journal of Chinese Linguistics is a peer-reviewed journal. The journal aims to publish high-quality scientific studies of Chinese linguistics and languages (including their dialects). With this aim, the journal serves as a forum for scholars and students in the world who study all areas of Chinese linguistics and languages from all theoretical perspectives. Studies to be published in this journal can be theoretical or applied, qualitative or quantitative, synchronic or diachronic, or any combinations of the above, and interface studies, such as those looking into syntax-semantics interface, syntax-phonology interface, semantics-pragmatics interface, are encouraged. As such, this is a comprehensive and general Chinese linguistics journal which serves as a true international forum for all Chinese linguistics scholars and students regardless of their theoretical and topical interests. It is a bilingual journal and its official languages will be English and Chinese. This journal also upholds a double-blind peer-review policy. 《国际中国语言学报》旨在发表研究中国语言（包括汉语和少数民族语言及方言）的高质量论文，每年两期，每期一百六十页。本刊为全世界从各种理论角度研究中国语言和语言学的学者、学生提供一个学术研讨平台。所刊论文将涵盖理论或应用研究、定性或定量研究、共时或历时研究，尤为重视各种视角和方法的界面研究（如句法与语义、语法与音系、语义与语用等）。因此，它是一个全方位综合性的中国语言学刊物，为业内同行提供一个名副其实的国际学术论坛，无论他们的理论价值取向为何。 《国际中国语言学报》是双语刊物，主要语言为英文，也会发表一定数量的中文稿件（约四分之一）。本刊采用双向匿名评审制。
The International Journal of Christianity and English Language Teaching (IJC&ELT, ISSN 2334-1866, online) is an international peer reviewed open access journal that publishes quality empirical, practical, review, and theoretical papers covering a broad range of issues in English language teaching and research. It aims to provide an international forum for established and emerging teachers, researchers, and others committed to ELT from a Christian point of view.
Published twice a year in January and June. It is devoted to the Communication Studies in all its ramifications and especially dealing with Artificial Intelligence, Educational Technology, Journalism, Art, Literary Sciences, Cognitive Sciences, Semiotics, Cybernetics, Anthropology, Sociology, Historical Consciousness, Political Information, Cognition and Schizophrenia, Communication and Ideology and Communication Across Cultures.
Computational linguistics is an interdisciplinary field dealing with statistical and/or rule-based modeling of natural language from a computational perspective. The Journal, International Journal of Computational Linguistics and Applications – IJCLA (ISSN 0976-0962) is an internationally peer-reviewed academic journal that covers all topics related to computational linguistics and text processing, i.e., whatever helps, will help eventually, or might help computers meaningfully deal with language data. It is a forum for exchange of opinions between scientists working in different areas of the growing field of computational linguistics (CL) and natural language processing (NLP). Specific areas of interest include, but are not limited to, the following topics, provided that the work is presented in computer-related or formal description aspects: - Computational linguistics theories and formalisms - Representation of linguistic knowledge - Statistical methods in computational linguistics - Natural language processing - Document processing - Lexical resources - Corpus linguistics - Computational morphology - Part-of-speech tagging - Computational syntax - Parsing - Grammar induction - Computational semantics - Computational semiotics - Discourse models - Ambiguity resolution - Word sense disambiguation - Anaphora resolution - Recognizing textual entailment - Text generation - Natural language interfaces - Machine translation - Document classification - Information retrieval - Information extraction - Question answering - Text mining - Summarization - Plagiarism detection - Forensic linguistics - Spell checking - Semantic web
International Journal of Computational Linguistics and Chinese Language Processing(IJCLCLP) ia an international journal published by the Association for Computational Linguistics and Chinese Language Processing(ACLCLP). This journal was found in August 1996 and is published four issues per year from 2005. This journal covers all aspects related to computational linguistics and Chinese speech and language processing. Possible topics for manuscript submitted to the journal include, but are not limited to: Computational Linguistics; Natural Language Processing; Machine Translation; Language Generation; Language Learning; Speech Analysis/Synthesis; Speech Recognition/Understanding; Spoken Dialog Systems; Information Retrieval and Extraction; Web Information Extraction/Mining; Corpus Linguistics.
International Journal of Computer Applications is developing a low-cost non-commercial approach to academic publishing. We believe there are limitations in both the high cost commercial publishing and apparently no-cost open access publishing models. This is why we are seeking to find a practical middle way between the idealism of open access and the inefficiencies and greed of which the big journal publishers are increasingly accused. International Journal of Computer Applications has developed a highly cost effective and disruptive publishing breakthrough wherein the author and the publishers shares the publishing and indexing efforts. Further, the cost needed to maintain the archives is achieved from the minimal publishing fees from the authors and our external funding.
The Journal It covers all aspects related to the computer processing of Oriental languages, including Chinese, etc. Of special interest are web-based applications, e-commerce, multilingual distance learning and the use of XML in multilingual applications.
The International Journal of Computer-Assisted Language Learning and Teaching (IJCALLT) serves as a forum for researchers, practitioners, and education professionals to share their ideas, experience, and knowledge in combining computer technology with language teaching and learning. Due to the fast pace of technological change, innovative teaching approaches and strategies should be developed in order to successfully integrate new technologies into language teaching. This journal provides opportunities to evaluate, improve, and apply such strategies in the fields of CALL and foreign/second language learning.
The International Journal of Corpus Linguistics (IJCL) seeks to publish research that views language as a social phenomenon that can be investigated empirically on the basis of authentic spoken texts. Corpus linguistics specifies corpus design in respect to research interests, provides computational methods of extracting linguistic knowledge, and conceives tools to validate the accuracy of linguistic description. IJCL will discuss these aspects. IJCL aims to conciliate the expectations of language industry with the goals of academic linguistics research. It is the linguistic knowledge extracted from corpora that determines the performance of any NLP application. IJCL is a forum to exchange and share experience, expertise, visions as well as information on resources and tools. IJCL will also feature book reviews abstracts of relevant articles in leading journals and in important conference proceedings, reports on focal language and language technology centres, both in the academic and industrial field.
The International Journal of Cross-Cultural Studies and Environmental Communication is a biannual academic publication, edited by the Intercultural Developement Association, whose aim is to promote new scholarship and research on cross-cultural topics and interdisciplinary studies in humanities and communication.
International Journal of Current Research in the Humanities is a peer-reviewed international journal published thrice yearly in March, June and September. It is registered and indexed by the Ghana Library Board, George Padmore Research Library of African Affairs, Accra-Ghana. Scholarly articles are invited from scholars in the Humanities especially in Linguistics Literature and Media on subjects adequately researched for publication according to the various editions.
International Journal of Dravidian Linguistics ( IJDL ) is a biannual Journal published in January and June regularly by the Dravidian Linguistics Association ( DLA ) from 1972 onwards. So far 39 Volumes comprising 78 issues have been published. Though the thrust is on Dravidian languages,linguistics and allied disciplines, it publishes articles ,notes,discussions and reviews on theoretical and applied linguistics besides various aspects of linguistic studies pertaining to other language families also. It has an International Editorial Board and has been rated as one of the leading journals in the field. It's Founder Editor,Prof.V.I.Subramoniam served as Chief Editor for a long period. Prof.B.Gopinathan Nair,Hon.Director,International School of Dravidian Linguistics is the present Chief Editor.
The International Journal of English Studies (IJES), published by the University of Murcia, Spain, is a refereed and peer reviewed journal which seeks to reflect developments in the general field of English Studies: English Language and Linguistics, Applied English Linguistics, Literature in English and Culture of the English-speaking countries. This journal attracts contributions from both nationally and internationally acclaimed scholars. IJES is published in two different formats: open issues (June issues) and monographs (December issues), both related to any of the aforementioned areas.
International Journal of Foreign Language Teaching and Research (IJFLTR)is a scholarly, peer-refereed journal published by Islamic Azad University, Najafabad Branch, Iran. This journal welcomes locally- and globally-oriented original and unpublished research covering all areas of foreign language teaching and learning (including syllabus, materials design, methodology, testing, teaching English for specific purposes, discourse analysis, methods of teaching translation, etc.), with special attention to topics focusing on issues and problems in TEFL.
he IJHCS: International Journal of Humanities and Cultural Studies is a quarterly indexed and peer reviewed e-journal. It publishes high quality and original unpublished research articles that deal with English language, humanities and cultural studies. Also, IJHCS welcomes book reviews. The IJHCS publishes works both in English and in French languages.The journal is published in March, June, September and December. The IJHCS is an open access journal which means that all content is freely available without charge to the user or his/her institution. Users are allowed to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of the articles in this journal without asking prior permission from the publisher or the author. This is in accordance with the BOAI definition of open access.
International Journal of Innovation and Applied Studies is a peer reviewed multidisciplinary international journal publishing original and high-quality articles covering a wide range of topics in engineering, science and technology. IJIAS is an open access journal that publishes papers submitted in English, but also in French, Spanish and Arabic.
The International Journal of Innovation in English Language Teaching and Research is a refereed scholarly publication that allows for the dissemination of information, knowledge, and expertise in these main areas: (1) ELT curriculum and materials design and development, (2) instructional design and methodology, (3) assessment and testing in ELT, (4) Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL), (5) teacher education programs, and (6) teacher professional development through reflective language teaching practice in ELT. It is of interest to a wide-ranging international audience of English teachers, researchers, teacher educators, and scholars who are professionally involved in English teaching and research on ELT.
This journal accepts articles, book review and translations studies about the Kurdish language, dialects, literature, linguistics, history and all about Kurdish studies.
The International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders (IJLCD) is the official journal of the Royal College of Speech & Language Therapists. The Journal welcomes submissions on all aspects of speech, language, communication disorders and speech and language therapy. It provides a forum for the exchange of information and discussion of issues of clinical or theoretical relevance in the above areas. The Journal, established in 1966, publishes a range of articles, including research reports, reviews, discussions and clinical fora, as well as editorials or commentaries commissioned by the editors. Research reports from both quantitative and qualitative frameworks are encouraged but must have appropriate and clear methodology and thoroughly analysed and interpreted results.
International Journal of Language Studies (IJLS) is devoted to all areas of language and linguistics. Its aim is to present work of current interest in all areas of language study. No particular linguistic theories or scientific trends are favored: scientific quality and scholarly standing are the only criteria applied in the selection of papers accepted for publication. IJLS publishes papers of any length, if justified, as well as review articles surveying developments in the various fields of language study (including Language Teaching, Language Testing, TESOL, ESP, Pragmatics, Sociolinguistics, (Critical) Discourse Analysis, Curriculum Development, Politeness Research, Classroom Research, Language Policy, and so on). Also, a considerable number of pages in each issue are devoted to critical book reviews. IJLS commenced publication 2006 for people involved in language and linguistic studies.
International Journal of Language and Applied Linguistics (IJLAL) is a double-blind peer-reviewed international journal dedicated to promoting scholarly exchange among teachers and researchers in the field of language teaching/learning and applied linguistics. The journal is published quarterly in online and print versions. This international-refereed journal is a publication of Khate Sefid English Educational Group, Iran. IJLAL is particularly interested in studies with sound theoretical frameworks and clear pedagogical implications and/or applications in the following areas: Theory and practice in English language teaching & learning; Applied linguistics & discourse studies; Teaching English as a second or foreign language; Language learning problems; English for specific purpose, language teaching & testing; Computer assisted language learning.
Editor-in-Chief Farzad Sharifian | Monash University | email@example.com ISSN 2214-3157 | E-ISSN 2214-3165 The aim of the International Journal of Language and Culture (IJoLC) is to disseminate cutting-edge research that explores the interrelationship between language and culture. The journal is multidisciplinary in scope and seeks to provide a forum for researchers interested in the interaction between language and culture across several disciplines, including linguistics, anthropology, applied linguistics, psychology and cognitive science. The journal publishes high-quality, original and state-of-the-art articles that may be theoretical or empirical in orientation and that advance our understanding of the intricate relationship between language and culture. IJoLC is a peer-reviewed journal published twice a year. Topics of interest to IJoLC include, but are not limited to the following: a. Culture and the structure of language, b. Language, culture, and conceptualisation, c. Language, culture, and politeness, d. Language, culture, and emotion, e. Culture and language development, f. Language, culture, and communication.
International Journal of Language and Literature is an international double blind peer reviewed journal covering the latest developments in stylistic analysis, the linguistic analysis of literature and related areas. With its uniquely broad coverage, the journal offers readers easy access to all the important new research relevant to stylistics. Refereed articles from international scholars ensure that readers are kept fully up to date with the best research worldwide. The journal also publishes notes and discussion that provides a stimulating forum for debate on new and controversial contributions to the study of language and literature. New publications in the field are surveyed and expert reviews of the most important works are included.
General Editors Marcus Callies | Universität Bremen | firstname.lastname@example.org Magali Paquot | Université catholique de Louvain | email@example.com Consulting Editor Sylviane Granger | Université catholique de Louvain Review Editor Sandra Götz | Justus-Liebig-Universität Giessen ISSN 2215-1478 | E-ISSN 2215-1486 The International Journal of Learner Corpus Research (IJLCR) is a forum for researchers who collect, annotate, and analyse computer learner corpora and/or use them to investigate topics in Second Language Acquisition and linguistic theory in general, inform foreign language teaching, develop learner-corpus-informed tools (e.g. courseware, proficiency tests, dictionaries and grammars) or conduct natural language processing tasks (e.g. annotation, automatic spell- and grammar-checking , L1 identification). IJLCR aims to highlight the multidisciplinary and broad scope of practice that characterizes the field and publishes original research covering methodological, theoretical and applied work in any area of learner corpus research. IJLCR features research papers, shorter research notes and reviews of books, corpora and software tools. The language of the journal is English. The journal will occasionally publish special issues (for details please contact the general editors). All contributions are peer-reviewed. This journal is peer reviewed and indexed in: Linguistic Abstracts
Concerned with all aspects of lexicography, including issues of design, compilation and use, and with dictionaries of all languages.
This Journal is a Nigerian Journal published in the Department of Linguistics and Communication, University of Calabar, Nigeria. Its ambience is in general Linguistics and general Communication. It is published annually and accepts publication from round the world. It has professor Essien, Iwara Paul Noah as its editorial board members.
International Journal of Linguistics and Communication is a quarterly, peer-reviewed international journal publishing articles that make a clear contribution to current debate in all branches of theoretical linguistics. The journal also provides an excellent survey of recent linguistics publications, with around thirty book reviews in each volume and regular review articles on major works marking important theoretical advances. The journal also concentrates on communication research, practice, policy, and theory, bringing to its readers the latest, broadest, and most important findings in the field of communication studies.
The International Journal of Literary Linguistics (IJLL) is an open-access, peer-review journal published by Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz (Germany) that is dedicated to the publication of original research at the interface of literary studies and linguistics. The journal provides an innovative forum for articles participating in the recent reshaping of the field of literary linguistics under the influence of pragmatics, functional linguistics and cognitive studies. It aims at contributing to a new, dialogic understanding of literary production and reception. The journal invites contributions from scholars working on different languages and literatures.
This is an international journal on cognitive science.
Special Issue on: "Mobile and Ubiquitous Technologies for Language Learning" This special issue will discuss the latest mobile and ubiquitous language-learning (MULL) applications and technologies for language learning. Its purpose is to disseminate studies about how we meet the challenges of this technology, the practical experiences of the design of mobile and ubiquitous language-learning environments, the current development systems in either academia or industry, as well as the current economic and social context of mobile and ubiquitous learning development and empirical research into contemporary mobile learning environments.
The aim of the International Journal of Multilingualism (IJM) is to foster, present and spread research focused on psycholinguistic, sociolinguistic and educational aspects of multilingual acquisition and multilingualism. The journal is interdisciplinary and seeks to go beyond bilingualism and second language acquisition by developing the understanding of the specific characteristics of acquiring, processing and using more than two languages. The International Journal of Multilingualism (IJM) provides a forum wherein academics, researchers and practitioners may read and publish high-quality, original and state-of-the-art papers describing theoretical and empirical aspects that can contribute to advance our understanding of multilingualism. Topics of interest to IJM include, but are not limited to the following: early trilingualism, multilingual competence, foreign language learning within bilingual education, multilingual literacy, multilingual identity, metalinguistic awareness in multilinguals, multilingual representations in the mind or language use in multilingual communities. The editors encourage the submission of high quality papers on these areas as well as on other topics relevant to the interest of the International Journal Multilingualism (IJM). Reviews of important, up-to-date, relevant publications and proposals for special issues on relevant topics are also welcome. IJM is a peer-reviewed (by a minimum of two experts) journal published quarterly.
The International Journal of Pedagogies and Learning is an international, scholarly, independently and anonymously peer-reviewed journal that focuses on issues and trends in pedagogies and learning in local and global contexts and leadership in educational research. The aim of the journal is to publish high quality research that focuses on the essence of pedagogy and learning and related issues and trends. While stimulating discussion of authoritative and emerging pedagogies and forms of learning, it will encourage the sharing of ideas that contribute to the transformation of contemporary conceptions of pedagogy and learning in order to reshape and revitalise educational provision from the perspectives of educators and learners alike. Published in association with the International Society for Leadership in Pedagogies and Learning.
International Journal of Research in ELT (IJRELT) is an international peer-reviewed journal in English Language Teaching (ELT) Research and is the official journal of the Educational Research Association (ERA). It publishes reports of research studies into different aspects of teaching and learning English as a foreign or second language. The main aim of the journal is to assist in the improvement of teaching-learning in the field of English Language Teaching related to the process of teacher training, teaching and learning in foreign language and to make a contribution to knowledge in this field by enabling the results of theoretical and practical research by specialists and instructors to be disseminated to interested parties. Articles submitted to the journal should be about the process of teaching and/or learning a English Language Teaching and teacher-training and be based on original research. The journal stresses first and foremost educational aspects rather than pure sciences.
The INTJR journals are international, peer-reviewed, professional scientific journals published under the supervision of Academic Research Society. The journals are published with the aim to foster standard research in certain fields to bring a change in the social status as well as behaviour. The journals are published quarterly online as well as in print form. The journals accept papers in English language only. INTJR welcomes articles globally. These are an open access journals. We make every effort to bring accuracy in the content of publications of the journal. International Journal of Research in Linguistics and Lexicography (INTJRLL) welcomes articles on every topic that is in any sense related to linguistics and lexicography.
The International Journal of Romani language and Culture welcomes original articles in anthropology, history, linguistics, musicology, philosophy and psychology of Roma, Sinti, Travellers and other Gypsy groups from all over the world. The submitted articles are subject to a blind, peer review process. The articles are normally in English (but we also accept articles in Russian) and should not exceed 10,000 words, inclusive of endnotes and references.Appendices may be included, but are included in the total word count. All articles will have abstracts in English and Russian. The papers should be submitted electronically to the Editor (both as a word file and a pdf file): Hristo Kyuchukov, Constantine the Philosopher University, Nitra, Slovakia, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Submissions should follow the style and referencing system recommended in the Fifth Edition of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association. The maximum size for graphics and interlinear translations is 12 cm x 19 cm. To ensure that all submissions are suitable for blind reviewing, authors names and institutional affiliations should appear only in the covering email message. Submission of an article or book review is taken to imply that it has not been previously been published or is not being considered for publication elsewhere. If an author is publishing a related article elsewhere, this fact should be stated. In general, authors are asked to submit not more than one article for a review in any one-year period. Editor: Hristo Kyuchukov (Constantine the Philosopher University, Nitra, Slovakia) Associate Editors: Peter Bakker (Aarhus University, Denmark), Nadezhda Demeter (Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia) Ian Hancock (University of Texas, Austin, Texas, USA) Editorial Board: Thomas Acton (University of Greenwich, London, UK), Vit Bubenik (Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John's, Canada), Eva Davidova (University of South Bohemia, Ceske Budejovice, Czech Republic), Victor Friedman (University of Chicago, Chicago, USA), Encho Gerganov (New Bulgarian University, Sofia, Bulgarian), Dieter Halwachs (Graz Univeristy, Graz, Austria), Dagmar Kopčanová (Research Institute of Child Psychology and Pathopsychology, Bratislava), Katalin Kovalcsik (Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, Hungary), Corina Leschber (Institute for Linguistic and Cross-Cultural Studies, Berlin, Germany), Jean-Pierre Liegeois (Rene Descartes University, Paris V, France), Elena Marushiakova (Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria), Yaron Matras (University of Manchester, Manchester, UK), William New (Beloit College, Beloit, WI, USA), Veselin Popov (Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria), Ana Racova (Slovak Academy of Science, Bratislava, Slovakia), Ivaylo Tournev (Medical University, Sofia, Bulgaria).
The International Journal of Russian Studies will accept articles to be considered for publication in its first edition up to 25 December 2007. Articles can be on any aspect of Russia - its history, culture (language, linguistics, literature, art etc.), religion, politics, or peoples - from its earliest beginnings to the present day. Articles submitted should adhere to the guidelines found on our website at www.radtr.net Prof.Dr. Ayse Dietrich (Editor) Ankara University Faculty of Letters Department of Russian Language&Literature 06100 Sihhiye Ankara/TURKEY E-mail: email@example.com
International Journal of Semantic Computing (IJSC) addresses the computing technologies (e.g., artificial intelligence, natural language, software engineering, data and knowledge engineering, computer systems, signal processing, etc.), and their interactions, that may be used to extract or process the Contents and Semantics of multimedia, texts, services as well as structured data.
International Journal of Society, Culture & Language (IJSCL) is a fully peer-reviewed international journal that publishes original research and review articles on the relationship between society, culture, and language. IJSCL favors articles which have a sound theoretical base with visible practical applications that can be used by specialists in anthropology, sociology, linguistics, education, intercultural studies, and policy making. Authors from all languages and cultures are invited to submit their research and review articles to the IJSCL journal.
The International Journal of Speech Technology is a research journal that focuses on speech technology and its applications. It promotes research and description on all aspects of speech input and output, including theory, experiment, testing, base technology, applications. The journal is an international forum for the dissemination of research related to the applications of speech technology as well as to the technology itself as it relates to real-world applications. Articles describing original work in all aspects of speech technology are included. Sample topics include but are not limited to the following: applications employing digitized speech, synthesized speech or automatic speech recognition technological issues of speech input or output human factors, intelligent interfaces, robust applications integration of aspects of artificial intelligence and natural language processing international and local language implementations of speech synthesis and recognition development of new algorithms interface description techniques, tools and languages testing of intelligibility, naturalness and accuracy computational issues in speech technology software development tools the use of speech in multimedia This is the only journal which presents papers on both the base technology and theory as well as all varieties of applications. It encompasses all aspects of the three major technologies: text-to-speech synthesis, automatic speech recognition and stored (digitized) speech.
The International Journal of Speech, Language and the Law is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes articles on any aspect of forensic language, speech and audio analysis. Founded in 1994 as Forensic Linguistics, the journal changed to its present title in 2003 to reflect a broadening of academic coverage and readership. Subscription to the journal is included in membership of the International Association of Forensic Linguists and the International Association for Forensic Phonetics and Acoustics. The journal also carries reports on legal cases, Ph.D abstracts, conference reports and book reviews.
IJT (started in 1989), is a half-yearly journal (published in January and June every year) devoted to Translatology * with original research exploring the processes involved in literary and technical translations * with papers on theoretical and methodological points of view * with translators from one language to another sharing their viewpoints and experiences * reviewing the translated texts from the point of view of cultural and sociolinguistic appropriateness * to build up a working group on translatorsâ community across different media, and to keep each other informed on what is happening where in translation and its applications * will publish research in translation pedagogy, lexicology, translation of short fiction and poetry into English and the processes involved * report on translated versions of any major text with a view to analyzing different translated versions from the point of view of contrastive translatology.
The "International Journal of the Sociology of Language" seeks to attract readers and contributors from all parts of the world and from all disciplines that pertain to the study of language use in social behavior. Purpose and philosophy The "IJSL" is dedicated to the development of the sociology of language in its broadest sense, as a truly international and interdisciplinary field in which various approaches, theoretical and empirical, supplement and complement each other, contributing thereby to the growth of language-related knowledge, applications, values and sensitivities. To better achieve its purpose most issues of "IJSL" will be devoted to specific topics (although occasional issues of separate and unrelated papers may also be published). Editorial policy The policy of one topic per issue means that all of the articles to appear in a given issue are commissioned, or come as a result of a relatively long lead time "call for papers" on a particular subject. Each issue is entrusted to an Issue Editor whose plans for the issue (contents, participants, etc. ) are subject to the approval of the General Editor and his associates/staff. Unsolicited manuscripts for consideration for the 'Singles' issue should be sent in duplicate in the "IJSL" style (see "Instructions for Authors") to the 'Singles' Editor, Dr. Florian Coulmas. Contributions are invited on the topic of small languages and small language communities and should be sent in duplicate and in "IJSL" style (see "Instructions for Authors") to the Assistant Editor, Dr. Nancy C. Dorian. "International Journal of the Sociology of Language" is a peer-reviewed journal of international scope.
The International Journal of the Sociology of Language (IJSL) is dedicated to the development of the sociology of language as a truly international and interdisciplinary field in which various approaches – theoretical and empirical – supplement and complement each other, contributing thereby to the growth of language-related knowledge, applications, values and sensitivities. Five of the journal's annual issues are topically focused, all of the articles in such issues being commissioned in advance, after acceptance of proposals. One annual issue is reserved for single articles on the sociology of language. Selected issues throughout the year also feature a contribution on small languages and small language communities.
The International Multilingual Research Journal (IMRJ) invites scholarly contributions with strong interdisciplinary perspectives to understand and promote bi/multilingualism, bi/multi-literacy, and linguistic democracy. The journal’s focus is on these topics as related to languages other than English as well as dialectal variations of English. It has three thematic emphases: the intersection of language and culture, the dialectics of the local and global, and comparative models within and across contexts. IMRJ is interested in scholarship grounded in interdisciplinary frameworks that offer insights from linguistics, applied linguistics, education, globalization and immigration studies, cultural psychology, linguistic and psychological anthropology, sociolinguistics, literacy studies, post-colonial studies, critical race theory, and critical theory and pedagogy.
"International Review of Applied Linguistics in Language Teaching" is devoted to problems of general and applied linguistics in their various forms. Statement from the Editors: The present Editors wish to maintain "IRAL's" long-term interest in areas of research which concern first- and second-language acquisition (including sign language and gestural systems). We do not believe in narrow specialization, but envisage a journal whose contributions will continue to speak to a wide audience of scholars, practitioners and students. We therefore welcome contributions on naturalistic and instructed language learning, language loss, bilingualism, language contact, pidgins and creoles, language for specific purposes, language technology, mother-tongue education, terminology and translation. It is our intention that one issue per year will be thematically organized. Whatever the topic, our first criterion for selection is that papers should be theoretically grounded and based on careful research and method. "International Review of Applied Linguistics in Language Teaching" is a peer-reviewed journal of international scope.
International Review of Pragmatics (IRP) is a new peer-reviewed international journal committed to publishing excellent research in the area of pragmatics and related disciplines pertaining to all aspects of human communication, verbal and non-verbal. It aims to provide a comprehensive and authoritative picture of the field, encouraging submissions rooted in different conceptions and perspectives originating in geographically diverse areas. IRP publishes original papers as well as review articles. While subscribing to the general view that all meaning is necessarily contextual, IRP welcomes research reflecting different, often conflicting, views of pragmatics. It is a forum for papers seeing pragmatics as a controlling perspective on language and communication studied across a number of disciplines (syntax, semantics, etc.), but also for those which consider pragmatics itself a separate discipline defined by specific objects of investigation (deixis, implicature, etc.). The confrontation is supposed to establish how much explanatory power in pragmatics rests in its interdisciplinary and semiotics-based variations, as opposed to self-contained methodologies with precisely delineated scope of application. Thus, in the long run, the aim of IRP will be to maintain a vigorous debate leading to crystallization of the core concept of pragmatics, and to evaluation of its descriptive and interpretive capacity.
The main aim of the academic journal ‘International Review of Turkish Studies’ is to expand and organize Turkey-related articles. This includes all the articles concerning: • History of Turks, a people whose history as a distinct entity extends 2000 years. (History of the Republic of Turkey, history of the Ottoman Empire, history of Turks as it extends to Central Asia, is the "History of Turks"); • History of Anatolia, a land whose name has been used interchangeably with Turkey (including archeological and pre-Turkish ancient history); • Republic of Turkey and its predecessor states like the Ottoman Empire and the Seljuk Empire and others (both social as political); • Modern Turkish people, including its diaspora, and their culture in its broadest sense (Turkish language, dialects, literature, architecture, art and other cultural topics included).
"International Studies in Humour" is a scholarly, refereed journal published online. (ISSN 2052-3475). Two issues per year are envisaged. We aim at as high quality as that of the leading printed journals in humour studies, humor in English and Humoresques in French. The field has grown, and so have journal backlogs. There clearly is room for this new journal. Submissions should be in English or French. The journal "International Studies in Humour" has a distinguished international advisory board, whose members come from various disciplinary compartments within humour studies. The editor is Ephraim Nissan, who is also editor-in-chief of the Benjamins book series Topics in Humor Research. Of course, pragmaticians, cognitivists, and authors in translation studies are most welcome. In pragmatics in particular, the journal’s main editorial consultant is Marta Dynel; other members of the board active in pragmatics include Salvatore Attardo, Piotr Cap, Wallace Chafe, Marcelo Dascal, László Imre Komlósi, Zohar Livnat, Neal Norrick, Victor Raskin, Francisco Yus. Cognitivists include Benjamin Bergen, Giovannantonio Forabosco, Raymond Gibbs, Sander Gilman, Norman Holland, Nick Kuiper, Andrew Ortony, Stephen Schmidt, Danica Škara, Akira Utsumi. In translation studies, members of the journal board providing expertise on translating humour include Delia Chiaro andYen-Maï Tran-Gervat. The scope of the journal is strongly inter- and multidisciplinary; for example, issue 2(1) of 2013, of nearly 250 pages, comprises regular articles in epistemology, psychology, and folklore studies, as well as review essays in pragmatics, the zoological imaginary, and the history of political cartoons, as well as book reviews.
Interpreting International Journal of Research and Practice in Interpreting Editors Miriam Shlesinger, Bar-Ilan University, Israel Franz Pöchhacker, University of Vienna, Austria Founding Editors Barbara Moser-Mercer, University of Geneva, Switzerland Dominic W. Massaro, Department of Psychology, UCSC, USA Associate Editors Birgitta Englund Dimitrova, Stockholm University, Sweden Daniel Gile, Université Paris 3 - Sorbonne Nouvelle Ruth Morris, Bar-Ilan University, Israel Roda P. Roberts, University of Ottawa, Canada Cynthia B. Roy, Gallaudet University, USA Robin Setton, Shanghai International Studies University ISSN: 1384-6647 E-ISSN: 1569-982X Electronic edition at ingentaJournals Interpreting serves as a medium for research and debate on all aspects of interpreting, in its various modes, modalities (spoken and signed) and settings (conferences, media, courtroom, healthcare and others). Striving to promote our understanding of the socio-cultural, cognitive and linguistic dimensions of interpreting as an activity and process, the journal covers theoretical and methodological concerns, explores the history and professional ecology of interpreting and its role in society, and addresses current issues in professional practice and training. Interpreting encourages cross-disciplinary inquiry from such fields as anthropology, cognitive science, cultural studies, discourse analysis, language planning, linguistics, neurolinguistics, psychology and sociology, as well as translation studies. Interpreting publishes original articles, reports, discussions and book reviews. This journal is peer reviewed and indexed in: IBR/IBZ, Language Abstracts, Linguistic Bibliography/Bibliographie Linguistique, LLBA, MLA Bibliography, PsychInfo, Translation Studies Abstracts, Translation Studies Bibliography, European Reference Index for the Humanities
A revista Investigações, criada em 1987, encerra as duas áreas de concentração do PPGL — Teoria Literária e Lingüística e está aberta a colaboradores acadêmicos brasileiros e estrangeiros — professores, pesquisadores e alunos dos programas de pós-graduações —, publicando artigos em português, espanhol, inglês, francês, italiano e alemão. Investigações journal, created in 1987, includes both of PPGL's areas of study - Linguistics and Literatury theory - and is open for collaborations by Brazilian and foreign academics - professors, researchers and graduate students - publishing articles in Portuguese, Spanish, English, French, Italian and German.
Academic online journal. Accepts contributions in English and Italian. Publishes essays, interviews, book reviews concerning linguistics, literature, and contemporary history. Issued biannually.
Iranian Journal of Language Studies (IJLS) is a quarterly journal devoted to all areas of language and linguistics. Its aim is to present work of current interest in all areas of language study. No particular linguistic theories or scientific trends are favored: scientific quality and scholarly standing are the only criteria applied in the selection of papers accepted for publication. Iranian Journal of Language Studies (IJLS) publishes papers of any length, if justified, as well as review articles surveying developments in the various fields of language study (including language teaching, language testing, pragmatics, sociolinguistics, (critical) discourse analysis, ESP, curriculum development, politeness research, and so on). Also, a considerable number of pages in each issue are devoted to critical book reviews.
The journal publishes quality research in the field of language education in L1/L2 in any number of languages. It has an advisory board coming from US, UK, Australia, Iran, Canada, Germany, New Zealand, etc. More information is available on the journal's website.
Iranian Journal of Language Testing (IJLT) is a scholarly peer-reviewed international scientific journal published biannually in October and March. IJLT publishes original research and review articles on language testing, assessment and evaluation. Besides, the Journal specially focuses on such issues as testing theory, psychometrics, and practical implications of language tests on classroom assessment.
Iranian Journal of Research in English Language Teaching (IJRELT) PISSN: 2252-0384 Iranian Journal of Research in English Language Teaching (IJRELT) is the official journal of the Department of Foreign Languages. It publishes peer-reviewed research in English which are complete, unpublished, and original works and are not under review in any other journal. The journal is published in both printed and online versions. The online version is free access and downloadable.
Isogloss. A journal on variation of Romance and Iberian languages studies language variation from a comparative perspective. In doing so, it offers a forum for discussion of different approaches, either theoretically or descriptively oriented, that help us progress in our understanding of such varieties, their differences, and similarities.
Created in November of 1989, Issues in Applied Linguistics is a refereed journal managed, edited, and published by the graduate students of the UCLA Department of Applied Linguistics. The journal is published twice yearly and has established international distribution and a solid reputation in the field of Applied Linguistics. Our aim is to publish outstanding research from students, faculty, and independent researchers in the broad areas of discourse analysis, sociolinguistics, language acquisition, conversation analysis, discourse analysis, language assessment, language education, language use, and research methodology. We are particularly interested in publishing new departures and cross-disciplinary endeavors in the field of Applied Linguistics.
Issues in Intercultural Communication is a multi-disciplinary journal focusing on the analysis of communication within and between cultures. We welcome papers written within the frameworks of the various social or human sciences (including political science, psychology, sociology, discourse analysis, linguistics, literary and cultural studies, education, etc.) insofar as they deal with discourse within and across different cultures. The focus of the journal will be on empirical studies, although theoretical expositions may also be accepted where appropriate.
Issues in Political Discourse Analysis is a multi-disciplinary journal focusing on the analysis of language (possibly in conjunction with other semiotic systems) in course of our lives as citizens of established polities of various scopes. We welcome papers written within the frameworks of the various social or human sciences (including political science, psychology, sociology, discourse analysis, linguistics, literary and cultural studies, education, etc.) insofar as they deal with discourse as politic behavior. The focus of the journal is on empirical studies, although theoretical expositions may also be accepted where appropriate.
"Italian Journal of Linguistics/Rivista di Linguistica" addresses all relevant aspects of linguistics, broadly construed, comparing different schools and methods. It seeks to bridge the gap between descriptive and theoretical research, welcoming work which makes complex language data accessible to those unfamiliar with the language or language area under study, as well as work which makes complex theoretical positions more accessible to those working outside that theoretical framework. In particular, by often hosting thematic issues, the journal provides a forum for the discussion of specific topics from a variety of points of view. The journal appears twice a year. In addition to research-articles, it hosts review-articles, i.e. pieces that blend the aims of a review with those of an article, often surveying more than one important book on a related theme, or giving a detailed assessment of a single major work, thus providing an overview of a subfield of particular interest. Normal reviews, by contrast, are not considered in the current editorial policy. The main language of the journal is English; contributions in French, German, Spanish and Italian are accepted provided the subject of the paper justifies this choice.
The JALT CALL Journal (ISSN 1832-4215) is an international refereed journal published from April, 2005. The Journal encompasses and builds upon the SIG newsletter, C@lling Japan, and is committed to excellence in research in all areas within the field of Computer Assisted Language Learning, while at the same time offering teaching ideas and suggestions from teachers' personal experiences. The JALT CALL Journal is published three times a year: April, August and December.
The JPAIR Multidisciplinary Research aims to publish new discoveries in the various disciplines of knowledge, including linguistics, which are contributed by member researchers. The JPAIR Multidisciplinary Research is an international peer reviewed, scientific, online, indexed, cross-referenced and ISO Certified journal that provides a platform for global researchers to publish their research findings for advocacy and utilization.
With the "Yearbook for German Language History", the German-language academic publishing scene sees the establishment of a periodical that dedicates itself to the contents, methods and objects of language history and their relevance in the context of present-day German Studies, and as such provides a forum for current research into language history. The conception of the Yearbook is derived principally from the aims and purposes of the "Association for German Language History", and it serves as the Association’s principal publication.
Janakristi is the annual research journal of the Folklore Society of Assam. The journal has been published annually since 1972. It invites original research papers on Folklore, Folk-language/linguistics, Sociolinguistics, Folk art/culture/life etc. and related areas. The journal has a system of refereed publication along with peer review. Interested scholars are requested to submit their papers on areas mention above by the end of April every year by E-Mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org. For further clarification the editor may also be contacted: Bhaskar Jyoti Goswami, Asst. Professor, Dept. of English, Assam University: Diphu Campus, Diphu, Karbi-Anglong, Assam, India-782460. Phone: +919435540414
Regularly published online journal of the Graduate School Language & Literature - Class of Language The journal was founded within the framework of the former "Linguistisches Internationales Promotionsprogramms LIPP" (today Graduate School Language & Literature - Class of Language) at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich. The events that inspired the launch of the JournaLIPP are the regularly held LIPP-symposia that provide a platform for young national and international researchers as well as experts to present their projects. The platform is offered by the University Library of the Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich. The doctoral students of the Graduate School are responsible for the journal and compiling entries thus have the chance to acquire experience in the areas of editing and publishing. Overview of the first issues: No 1 (2011): Sprachvariation im europäischen Kontext – Language Variation in Europe and Beyond No 2 (2013): Sprachwandel - Language Change No 3 (2014): Gefährdete Sprachen - Endangered Languages
The Journal for Language Technology and Computational Linguistics offers a publication platform for all researchers working in the field of computational linguistics and language technology. The following list of topics gives a partial overview of typical research fields relevant to researchers in the GSCL (German Society for Computational Linguistics and Language Technology ) community: * Parsing (theory and technology) * Computational morphology * Text technology (markup languages, text mining) * Machine translation and machine aided translation * Linguistic approaches to the Semantic Web and ontology engineering * Hypermedia (linguistic issues in multimedia and hypermedia systems, electronic publishing and digital libraries) * Computational lexicography * Corpus linguistics * Speech based systems and their applications * Language technology applications in information retrieval, knowledge management and related areas * etc.
The Journal of Academic and Applied Studies is a monthly, peer-reviewed international research journal that publishes articles from experimental to applied sciences. The scope of the journal encompasses but is not limited to the fields of applied and theoretical sciences, linguistics, mathematics, chemistry, physics, informatics, medical studies, statistics, engineering, computer science, social sciences, management, technological sciences and medicine.
JALS is a peer-reviewed international journal that intends to publish original unpublished research papers related to all domains of Linguistics. Unpublished research and studies related to (not restricted) the following areas of linguistics may be considered for publication in JALS after these are blindly reviewed and accepted: Anthropolinguistics, Applied linguistics, Areal linguistics, Cognitive linguistics, Comparative linguistics, Computational linguistics, Conversational Analysis, Corpus linguistics, Descriptive linguistics, Dialectology, Discourse studies, Ecolinguistics, Ethnolinguistics, Etymology, Field linguistics, Forensic linguistics, General linguistics, Geolinguistics, Grammar, Historical linguistics, Language teaching, Language technology, Lexicography, Lexicology, Morphology, Neurolinguistics, Paleography, Phonetics and phonology, Pragmatics, Psycholinguistics, Semantics, Semiotics, Sociolinguistics, Syntax, Translation studies, Theoretical linguistics, Others.
The journal is published twice a year by the Association of teachers of indigenous languages in Ghana. We accept academic and scholarly papers that add new knowledge to African cultures, languages and linguistics. Current trends in teaching and learning in African languages are also published.
Editors: Felix K. Ameka, Azeb Amha IMPACT FACTOR 2010 0.143 ERIH category INT1 The "Journal of African Languages and Linguistics" was founded in 1979 and has established itself as an important refereed forum for publications in African linguistics. The "Journal of African Languages and Linguistics" welcomes original contributions on all aspects of African language studies, synchronic as well as diachronic, theoretical as well as data-oriented. The journal further contains a list of recently published books on African languages and linguistics, which many libraries find to be of use for the acquisition of books. "Journal of African Languages and Linguistics" is a peer-reviewed journal of international scope.
The Journal of Analytical Psychology is the foremost international Jungian publication in English. Commissioned by the Society of Analytical Psychology in London, the editorial board includes leading analysts from the UK, Europe and the USA, in collaboration with Jungian analysts from around the world. Clinical and theoretical articles, book and journal reviews, and a lively correspondence section reflect international developments and current controversies in analytical psychology and Jungian thinking.
An innovative, international publication, the Journal of Anthropological Archaeology is devoted to the development of theory and, in a broad sense, methodology for the systematic and rigorous understanding of the organization, operation, and evolution of human societies. The discipline served by the journal is characterized by its goals and approach, not by geographical or temporal bounds. The data utilized or treated range from the earliest archaeological evidence for the emergence of human culture to historically documented societies and the contemporary observations of the ethnographer, ethnoarchaeologist, sociologist, or geographer. These subjects appear in the journal as examples of cultural organization, operation, and evolution, not as specific historical phenomena. The concomitant range of socioeconomic complexity encompasses the simplest human culture, or "proto-culture," as well as the most complex states or empires.
Apples - Journal of Applied Language Studies is a peer-reviewed scientific journal in the field of applied language studies. Apples publishes articles that share an applied, interdisciplinary orientation to issues of language in society. Its key areas of interest include language learning, language teaching, language assessment and language education policy. Apples is published by the Centre for Applied Language Studies, University of Jyväskylä, Finland. The journal has an international editorial board and it has writers, readers and reviewers all around the globe. Apples is an open access web-based journal, with all its articles accessible online. For more information and for access to articles, please visit: http://apples.jyu.fi
The Journal of Applied Linguistics and Discourse Studies welcomes papers on topics relevant to two areas of scholarly inquiry: applied linguistics, particularly second language acquisition studies and TESL; discourse studies, including writing and genre studies. The journal also welcomes working papers and book reviews.
Journal of Applied Linguistics and Language Research (JALLR) is a double-blind peer-reviewed international journal published quarterly. It is dedicated to promoting scholarly exchange among teachers and researchers in the field. Although articles are written in English, the journal welcomes studies dealing with the teaching of languages other than English as well. The journal is a venue for studies that demonstrate sound research methods and theoretical base with a visible practical application which can be generalized. The scope of JALLR includes the following fields: teaching English as a second or foreign language, English language teachers’ training and education, Language teaching methodologies, Pedagogical techniques, Classroom-centered research, Cross-cultural studies, Translation, Testing and evaluation, Applied linguistics, Language and culture.
Editors: Christopher N. Candlin, Department of Linguistics Macquarie University Srikant Sarangi, Centre for Language & Communication Research, Cardiff University Journal of Applied Linguistics and Professional Practice is the new title for Journal of Applied Linguistics, which was launched in 2004 with the aim of advancing research and practice in applied linguistics as a principled and interdisciplinary endeavour. From Volume 7, the journal will adopt the new title to reflect the continuation, expansion and re-specification of the field of applied linguistics as originally conceived. Moving away from a primary focus on research into language teaching/learning and second language acquisition, the education profession will remain a key site but one among many, with an active engagement of the journal moving to sites from a variety of other professional domains such as law, healthcare, counselling, journalism, business interpreting and translating, where applied linguists have major contributions to make. Accordingly, under the new title, the journal will reflexively foreground applied linguistics as professional practice. As before, each volume will contain a selection of special features such as editorials, specialist conversations, debates and dialogues on specific methodological themes, review articles, research notes and targeted special issues addressing key themes. Indexing and Abstracting Journal of Applied Linguistics and Professional Practice is indexed and/or abstracted by the following services: Educational Research Abstracts Online MLA International Bibliography Scopus Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts Bibliography of Linguistic Literature Linguistics Abstracts EBSCO SocIndex with FullTEXT Bibliography of Humanities and Social Sciences Literature, K.G. Saur Verlag MLA International Bibliography Published April, August, November ISSN 2040-3058 (print) ISSN 2040-3666 (online)
This journal welcomes papers in the areas of logic which can be applied in other disciplines as well as application papers in those disciplines, the unifying theme being logics arising from modelling the human agent. The editors keep close contact with the various application areas, with The International Federation of Compuational Logic and with the book series Studies in Logic and Practical Reasoning.
Journal of Applied and Practical Information Technology (JAPIT) is a peer-reviewed research journal of Information Technology. The journal is published by Global Network of Scientific Information SeaofSci.The Journal is launched with the aim of providing a platform to the researchers and industry practitioners to publish and share their original work.Journal of Applied and Practical Information Technology (JAPIT) is a peer-reviewed scholarly research journal of Information Technology. It publishes novel and original research works of the researchers. The journal welcomes research articles both from the academic researchers and industry professionals. Preference is given to the applied and practical nature work related to the all broad areas of Information Technology. We seek original work with good results and concrete findings.
The Journal of Argumentation in Context aims to publish high-quality papers about the role of argumentation in the various kinds of argumentative practices that have come into being in social life. These practices include, for instance, political, legal, medical, financial, commercial, academic, educational, problem-solving, and interpersonal communication. In all cases certain aspects of such practices will be analyzed from the perspective of argumentation theory with a view of gaining a better understanding of certain vital characteristics of these practices. This means that the journal has an empirical orientation and concentrates on real-life argumentation but is at the same time out to publish only papers that are informed by relevant insights from argumentation theory. These papers may also report on case studies concerning specific argumentative speech events. The journal aims to attract authors from various kinds of disciplinary background who are interested in studying argumentative practices in their fields of interest. In all cases, in papers published in the journal an interesting and revealing connection should be established between certain insights from argumentation theory and some particular context of argumentative practice.
The Journal of Asian Pacific Communication (JAPC) is an international refereed journal whose academic mission is to bring together specialists from diverse scholarly disciplines to discuss and interpret language and communication issues as they pertain to the people of Asian Pacific regions and impact on their Diaspora immigrant communities worldwide. The journalâs academic orientation is generalist, passionately committed to interdisciplinary approaches to language and communication studies in the Asian Pacific. Thematic issues of previously published issues of JAPC include Cross-Cultural Communications: Literature, Language, Ideas; Sociolinguistics in China; Japan Communication Issues; Mass Media in the Asian Pacific; Comic Art in Asia, Historical Literacy, and Political Roots; Communication Gains through Student Exchanges & Study Abroad; Language Issues in Malaysia; English Language Development in East Asia; The Teachings of Writing in the Pacific Basin; Language and Identity in Asia; The Economics of Language in the Asian Pacific.
The Journal of Biomedical Informatics (formerly Computers and Biomedical Research) has been redesigned to reflect a commitment to high-quality original research papers and reviews in the area of biomedical informatics. Although published articles are motivated by applications in the biomedical sciences (for example, clinical medicine, health care, population health, imaging, and bioinformatics), the journal emphasizes reports of new methodologies and techniques that have general applicability and that form the basis for the evolving science of biomedical informatics. Articles on medical devices, and formal evaluations of completed systems, including clinical trials of information technologies, would generally be more suitable for publication in other venues. Papers on applications of signal processing and image analysis are often more suitable for biomedical engineering journals, although we do publish papers that emphasize the information management and knowledge representation/modeling issues that arise in the storage and use of biological signals. System descriptions are welcome if they illustrate and substantiate the underlying methodology that is the principal focus of the report.
Publishes articles on all aspects of the scientific study of language behaviour in children, the principles which underlie it, and the theories which may account for it.
Journal of Child Language Acquisition and Development - JCLAD is a bimonthly, double-blind peer reviewed journal which publishes original research papers in the field of child language acquisition and development. Studies designed to test a part or the whole of language acquisition theories; those bringing forth new hypotheses related to the nature of language acquisition and those which set bridges between language acquisition and other disciplines are given priority. Studies which take a descriptive approach to the nature of language acquisition and development are also welcome.
The Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry (JCPP) is internationally recognised to be the leading journal covering both child and adolescent psychology and psychiatry. JCPP publishes the highest quality clinically relevant research in psychology, psychiatry and related disciplines. With a large and expanding global readership, its coverage includes studies on epidemiology, diagnosis, psychotherapeutic and psychopharmacological treatments, behaviour, cognition, neuroscience, neurobiology and genetic aspects of childhood disorders. Articles published include experimental, longitudinal and intervention studies, especially those that advance our understanding of developmental psychopathology and that inform both theory and clinical practice. An important function of the Journal is to bring together empirical research, clinical studies and reviews of high quality that arise from different points of view, different theoretical perspectives and different disciplines.
The Journal of Cognitive Science (JCS) is published biannually. It is to publish research articles of highest quality and significance within the disciplines of cognitive science, including, but not limited to, philosophy, psychology, linguistics, artificial intelligence, neuroscience, aesthetics, anthropology, and education, insofar as it is deemed to be of interest to those who pursue the study of mind. Submission: Papers should be no longer than 8000 words and should conform to the JCS style guide or one of the popular style guides. Authors should send both an electronic Ms Word copy and a .pdf file to email@example.com. Editor-in-Chief: Chungmin Lee Editorial Board includes: K. Hasida, P. Li, C. Lin, C. Ling, R. Mazuka, Y. Shirai, P. Slezak, Advisory Editorial Board includes: A. Caramazza, J-P Déscles, D. Gentner, K. Kakehi, J. Kim, G. Legendre, J. McClelland, P. Smolensky, L. Talmy, among others.
The Journal of Cognitive Science (JCS) (http://j-cs.org), in conjunction with the International Association for Cognitive Science (http://ia-cs.org), is published quarterly by the Institute for Cognitive Science, at Seoul National University, Seoul, South Korea. The journal is devoted to the study of cognition, and makes efforts to increasingly develop scholarship on cognition through interdisciplinary approaches. The journal aims to collate work of highest quality and significance within disciplines connected to cognitive science, including, but not limited to, philosophy, psychology, linguistics, artificial intelligence, neuroscience, aesthetics, anthropology, and education, insofar as it is deemed to be of interest to those who pursue the study of mind. In particular, we would like to encourage submissions that cross traditional disciplinary boundaries in both themes and methods, and hence those submissions and efforts that inform an interdisciplinary approach. The journal showcases quality research, makes effort to facilitate the exchange of concepts, and illustrates the interdisciplinary work that represents the hallmark of the field of cognitive science. Examples of work suitable for the journal include: developmental theories in cognitive linguistics; psychological phenomena and disease; mathematical models describing cognitive processing; cognitive development in educational processes; cognitive mapping of linguistic structures; cognitive interrelation with, and activation of, emotional processes; intelligence of animals and machines; philosophies of cognitive science. Theorists who have published with the JCS include: Smolensky, Caramazza, Gentner, Chalmers, Thagard, and Déscles ※ To see more information, please go to our web page: http://j-cs.org or mail us at the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Publishes original articles on topics related to disorders of speech, language, and hearing.
The definitive source on theory and data of the Germanic language family.
A Journal for New Media
The Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal integrating and coordinating basic and applied research relating to individuals who are deaf, including cultural, developmental, linguistic, and educational topics.
Journal of Early Modern Studies (JEMS) is an open access peer-reviewed international journal that promotes interdisciplinary research and discussion on issues concerning all aspects of early modern European culture. It provides a platform for international scholarly debate through the publication of outstanding work over a wide disciplinary spectrum: literature, language, art, history, politics, sociology, religion and cultural studies. JEMS is open to a range of research perspectives and methodological orientations and encourages studies that develop understanding of the major problematic areas relating to the European Renaissance. The journal, sponsored and funded by the University of Florence, is a product of the open access publishing workshop in the Department of Comparative Languages, Literatures and Cultures and is published online by Firenze University Press (FUP).
This unique publication focuses on linguistic issues as they pertain to East Asian languages. It bridges the gap between traditional description and current theoretical research and encourages research that allows these languages to play a significant role in shaping general linguistic theory. The Journal of East Asian Linguistics (JEAL) features Theoretically oriented work on any aspect of the syntax, semantics, pragmatics, phonology, and morphology of an East Asian language. Comparative work among East Asian languages and/or between an East Asian language and any other languages that contributes to the parametric theory of universal grammar. Formal analysis of any aspect of the grammar at any historical stage of a language or the historical development of any language providing it has a bearing on East Asian languages. Interdisciplinary contributions from psycholinguistics, neurolinguistics, and computational linguistics that have a particular bearing on the study of East Asian languages.
Journal of Elementary Korean Education is an annual journal. It puts stress on studies of the education of the Korean language in an elementary school.
Synchronic and diachronic studies of the English language in a variety of different areas.
Publishes on different areas related to English linguistics and literature
Ed. by Barbara Seidlhofer, Jennifer Jenkins, Anna Mauranen. The unprecedented use of English as an international lingua franca, as both consequence and driving force of globalization, has led to the realization that conventional attitudes to English and approaches to its study need to be critically examined. This has resulted in a very considerable and fast-growing field of research that is concerned both with the sociolinguistic significance of English as lingua franca (ELF) as a naturally adaptive linguistic development and with its theoretical as well as applied linguistic implications, the latter particularly in the areas of language policy and education. Moreover, ELF has become recognized as an important issue in a number of other domains of activity including international business negotiation, conflict resolution, tourism, globalization and migration studies, etc. ELF therefore figures in a fast-rising number of university courses, either as a degree course on World Englishes or as ELF in itself, or as a module within courses, and with a significant number of PhD projects under way at universities all around the world. The extent of this research and the interest it has inspired have resulted in a regular series of specialised international conferences. The number of papers on ELF and related issues has been rising steadily in recent years, but articles have appeared scattered over a wide range of journals. Work on ELF has clearly reached the point where it needs its own forum so that it can develop more effectively and the research community has a focussed journal as a first port of call for cutting edge work in the field. JELF provides a forum for scholars working in this area and a central place of reference for the increasing number of students and teachers of linguistics and applied linguistics who have become aware of its importance. The editors aim to represent not only the views of established scholars but also those of more junior researchers and to encourage not only the clear statement of views but critical debate, since the global role of English is a controversial subject and research in ELF brings with it an awareness of the need for innovative thinking.
The Journal of English for Academic Purposes (JEAP) has been created to serve the interests and needs of teachers, learners and researchers engaged in all aspects of the study and use of English in academic (EAP) contexts. JEAP has received enthusiastic support from EAP researchers and practitioners around the world and has been adopted as the official journal of BALEAP, the British Association of Lecturers in English for Academic Purposes.
The focus of the Journal of Evolutionary Psychology is upon the application of evolutionary theory to the human behavioural sciences. The editors and international editorial board are interested in theoretical and empirical submissions from scholars in all relevant disciplines, including psychology, anthropology, and human behavioural ecology.
JEL is an interdisciplinary journal of reproducible research on topics related to speech and language.
Provides comprehensive coverage of clinical, experimental, and theoretical aspects of stuttering, including the latest remediation techniques.
Journal of Applied Linguistics and Language Research (JALLR) is a free of charge, double-blind peer-reviewed international journal published quarterly. It is dedicated to promoting scholarly exchange among teachers and researchers in the field. The journal is a venue for studies that demonstrate sound research methods and theoretical base with a visible practical application which can be generalized. The scope of JALLR includes the following fields: teaching English as a second or foreign language, English language teachers’ training and education, Language teaching methodologies, Pedagogical techniques, Classroom-centered research, Teacher training, Cross-cultural studies, Translation, Testing and evaluation, Applied linguistics, Language and culture.
Journal of Foreign Language Teaching and Translation Studies is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes research articles in wide range of topics in the areas of language teaching, translation and literary studies including discourse analysis, sociolinguistics, psycholinguistics, ESP, material development, teaching literature, children’s literature and stylistic analysis. The journal is particularly keen to help make connections between fields, theories, research methods, and scholarly discourses and welcomes contributions which critically reflect on current practices in the areas mentioned above.
Journal of Foreign Languages, Cultures & Civilizations an international peer-reviewed journal published by American Research Institute for Policy Development. The journal aims at publishing the most innovative peer-reviewed articles from the discipline of international studies, as well as original thinking from elsewhere in the social sciences with an international dimension. Interdisciplinary and wide-ranging in scope, the journal provides a forum for discussion on the latest developments in the theory of international relations, welcoming innovative and critical approaches.
Bi-annual journal, sponsored by the Association for French Language Studies, which encourages and promotes theoretical, descriptive and applied studies of all aspects of the French language.
The Journal of Germanic Linguistics, the journal of the Society for Germanic Linguistics, carries original articles, reviews, and notes on synchronic and diachronic issues pertaining to Germanic languages and dialects from the earliest phases to the present, including English (to 1500) and the extraterritorial varieties.
Newly launched Journal of Greek Linguistics Brill is pleased to announce that it has newly launched the Journal of Greek Linguistics (JGL). As of volume 2009, this journal will appear in Brill’s Language and Linguistics list. Both the Aims and Scope and the editorial structure have been largely renewed. The Journal of Greek Linguistics (JGL) is a newly established peer-reviewed international journal dedicated to the descriptive and theoretical study of the Greek language from its roots in Ancient Greek down to present-day dialects and varieties, including those spoken in Asia Minor, Cyprus, Tsakonia, and the Greek diaspora. It aims to offer a focused outlet for publication of first-class research in Greek Linguistics, broadly construed. JGL’s goal is not only to reach linguists interested in the Greek language but also to engage the linguistics community and Hellenists more generally. The input to JGL will thus comprise any topic relevant to Greek linguistics, in the broadest sense, but with some preference given to material with wider relevance to specific subfields within linguistics proper. The intention is therefore on the one hand to encourage discussions and research that illuminate different aspects – theoretical, historical, and descriptive – of general linguistics using Greek data, and on the other hand to offer innovative solutions to problems and issues specific to the description and analysis of the Greek language. Greek has played a central role in linguistics and the study of language for centuries. JGL will bring the language into a key position in current debate within Linguistics and related fields. More information on the journal, including how to submit a paper can be found on the journal web page: http:/www.brill.nl/jgl
The Greek language is among the most deeply and intensely studied languages known, yet most scholarly attention has been focused on Ancient Greek, including Homeric, Classical, and New Testament Greek. Within the past few decades, however, interest in the latter stages of Greek â Byzantine, Medieval, and especially Modern Greek â has increased. In view of this heightened awareness of the contribution that the linguistic examination of the latter stages of Greek can make, the Journal of Greek Linguistics (JGL) focuses on the more recent stages of the language. The Journal of Greek Linguistics will publish high quality papers on any aspect of Greek linguistics â phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, pragmatics, sociolinguistics, psycholinguistics, etc., whether from a synchronic or a diachronic perspective â with a preference for papers presenting a theoretically-informed description and/or analysis of data from any stage of the language, including the Koine and the Medieval periods, that can illuminate the more recent stages of the language, especially contemporary (Modern) Greek.
The Journal of Historical Linguistics aims to publish papers that make a significant contribution to the theory and/or methodology of historical linguistics. Papers dealing with any language or language family are welcome. Papers should have a diachronic orientation and should offer new perspectives, refine existing methodologies, or challenge received wisdom, on the basis of careful analysis of extant historical data. We are especially keen to publish work which links historical linguistics to corpus-based research, linguistic typology, language variation, language contact, or the study of language and cognition, all of which constitute a major source of methodological renewal for the discipline and shed light on aspects of language change. Contributions in areas such as diachronic corpus linguistics or diachronic typology are therefore particularly welcome. This journal is peer reviewed and indexed in: MLA, LB, LLBA
The Journal of Historical Pragmatics provides an interdisciplinary forum for theoretical, empirical and methodological work at intersection of pragmatics and historical linguistics. The editorial focus is on socio-historical and pragmatic aspects of historical texts in their sociocultural context of communication (e.g. conversational principles, politeness strategies, or speech acts) and on diachronic pragmatics as seen in linguistic processes such as grammaticalization or discoursization. Contributions draw on data from literary or non-literary sources and from any language. In addition to contributions with a strictly pragmatic or discourse analytical perspective, it also includes contributions with a more sociolinguistic or semantic approach. However, the focus of the articles is always on the communicative use of language. The Journal of Historical Pragmatics contains original articles, research reports and book reviews. Occasionally focus-on issues are published on specific topics within the editorial scope of the journal. The Journal of Historical Pragmatics invites relevant contributions. Authors are advised to consult the Guidelines. Abstracts of contributions may be sent to both editors, preferably via email.
The Journal of Historical Sociolinguistics (JHSL) is a double-blind peer-reviewed forum for research into the social history of language. We welcome original contributions (both linguistic and interdisciplinary) from young and established scholars alike on aspects of language and society in the past including (but not limited to) the social embedding of language variation and change, issues of language contact and conflict, historical multilingualism, the social stratification of writing skills, the development of language norms and the impact of language ideologies. JHSL also publishes book reviews of recent work in these domains. Both the managing editorial team and the editorial board are members of the Historical Sociolinguistics Network.
The aim of the Journal of Historical Syntax is to present theoretically-informed papers dealing with any aspect of historical syntax, whether diachronic change or the synchronic description of historical language states. Papers that combine philological expertise with insights from linguistic theory are particularly welcome, though no particular theory or framework will be given precedence.
ISSN 2212-8433 | E-ISSN 2212-8441 Editors Siv Björklund | University of Vaasa Diane J. Tedick | University of Minnesota Editorial email address: jicbATumn.edu JICB aims at publishing research on language immersion and other types of content-based language education programmes that are subject matter-driven and subject matter-accountable. The journal provides a forum for research on well-established immersion and content-based programmes as well as research on new initiatives within the broad field of content-based language education. Both programme-specific and programme-contrastive articles are invited. JICB editors welcome submissions of the highest quality that report on empirical research and/or offer theoretical discussions, and we seek innovative submissions that push the field forward and generate new knowledge. We encourage work that aims to break down barriers that have isolated language education from other disciplines. The content of each JICB issue is expected to be geographically broad and multidisciplinary (pedagogy; applied linguistics; sociology; psychology; speech, language, hearing sciences; language policy and planning; etc.). JICB supports the use of a wide range of research methodologies (qualitative, quantitative, mixed methods), including action research. Immersion programmes are school-based, subject-matter driven programmes that aim for academic achievement, additive bilingualism and biliteracy (multilingualism/multiliteracy) and cultural pluralism through increased intercultural competence. They incorporate high language intensity (i.e., at least 50% of subject matter instruction through the medium of the “immersion” language). JICB targets a wide range of immersion/bilingual programmes including: Second or foreign language immersion (e.g., Swedish immersion in Finland, French immersion in Canada, Mandarin Chinese immersion in the U.S., English immersion in Hong Kong); Bilingual immersion (e.g., Korean/English “two-way” immersion programmes in the U.S., French/English programmes in Canada); Double immersion programmes (e.g., French-Hebrew-English programs in Canada, English-Hebrew-Portuguese programmes in Brazil) Developmental bilingual programmes (e.g., Spanish/English programmes in the U.S.); Indigenous/aboriginal language immersion programmes that aim for language and culture revitalization (e.g., Māori immersion in New Zealand, Hawaiian immersion in the U.S.); Immersion programmes in minority autochthonous languages (e.g., Irish immersion in Ireland, Basque immersion in Spain) Content-based language education (non-immersion) is also subject-matter driven and includes, for example, language across the curriculum (LAC) initiatives at the post-secondary level, CLIL (content and language integrated learning) programmes, sheltered second language instruction [in English as a second language (ESL) programmes in the U.S., Australia, the UK, e.g.], language for specific purposes, and so on.
The Journal of Interactional Research in Communication Disorders aims to provide a unique forum for qualitative research relating to speech and language disorders, therapeutic and educational interactions, and for research into the contextual issues involved in these interactions. Additionally, the journal will include quantitative studies in the area of social interaction. The journal will publish wide-ranging, well-formulated clinical studies employing ethnographic methods, conversation analysis, grounded theory, case studies, phenomenology, biographical studies, and historical methodology. Research involving systemic functional linguistic theory or relevance theory, systemic and cognitive phonology, and interactional phonetics, is also encouraged. This journal is intended to fill a gap in the existing market of periodical literature. The journal will publish work that examines social interactions or institutional discourses that relate to clinical and educational populations and contexts. The emphasis will be on the areas of communication and socialization but this is seen as encompassing both verbal and non-verbal semiotic systems as well as issues of social roles and interactional dynamics. It is anticipated that research articles and reports will be the typical form of presentation in the journal. However, articles focusing on relevant theoretical issues and review articles will also have a place. Particularly in a journal with such cross-disciplinary potential, such extended reviews of certain background issues or theories may be very useful to the readership.
The Journal of Intercultural Communication Research (JICR) is a publication of the World Communication Association. JICR publishes qualitative and quantitative research that focuses on interrelationships between culture and communication. Generally, research published in JICR emphasizes non-mediated contexts. Submitted manuscripts may report results from either cross-cultural comparative research or results from other types of research concerning the ways culture affects human symbolic activities. Studies reporting data from within a single nation/culture should focus on cultural factors and explore the theoretical or practical relevance of their findings from a cross-cultural perspective.
New journal from Brill: Journal of Jewish Languages The peer-reviewed Journal of Jewish Languages (JJL) constitutes a venue for academic research in the multifaceted field of Jewish Languages. Jewish languages are the languages spoken and written by Jews in their communities around the world. Among these are Yiddish, Judeo-Spanish, Judeo-Arabic, Jewish Aramaic, Judeo-Italian, Judeo-French, Judeo-Provençal, Judeo-Persian, Jewish English, Jewish Malayalam and more. Although these belong to a variety of genealogical language families, Jewish languages have common linguistic features, thus constituting a distinct field of research. The Journal of Jewish Languages encourages comparative studies across the different Jewish languages as well as in-depth linguistic and philological research of the individual languages and their varieties. The JJL promotes studies that focus on diverse aspects, such as the interactions of these languages with other languages (especially Hebrew, Aramaic, and the surrounding non-Jewish languages), sociolinguistics, translation traditions, and more. Articles in this journal focus on medieval, modern, and contemporary Jewish languages and are based on manuscripts, printed material, orally transmitted translations, field work recordings, online speech samples, and other sources. Research on Hebrew will be considered for publication in JJL only if it relates to other languages Jews have spoken or written. The JJL encourages diverse methodological and theoretical approaches from dialectology, sociolinguistics, discourse analysis, historical linguistics, formal linguistics, philology, and other fields. Editors: Ofra Tirosh-Becker, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and Sarah Bunin Benor, Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion Editorial Board: Marion Aptroot, Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf, Germany Cyril Aslanov,The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel Benjamin Hary, Emory University, Atlanta GA, USA Hezi Mutzafi, Tel Aviv University, Israel Aaron Rubin, Penn State University, USA Ora R. Schwarzwald, Bar-Ilan University, Israel Norman Stillman, University of Oklahoma, USA Book Review Editor Tsvi Sadan (Tsuguya Sasaki), Bar-Ilan University, Israel Advisory Board Moshe Bar-Asher, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel Joshua Blau, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel David Bunis, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel Joseph Chetrit, University of Haifa, Israel Joshua Fishman, Yeshiva University, New York, NY, USA Otto Jastrow, Tallinn University, Estonia Geoffrey Khan, University of Cambridge, UK Maria Modena, Università degli Studi of Milan, Italy Bernard Spolsky, Bar-Ilan University, Israel For authors guidelines for the preparation of manuscripts and electronic submission, please direct your browser to www.brill.com/publications/journals/journal-jewish-languages.
Journal of Language and Politics Editors Ruth Wodak, University of Lancaster Paul Chilton, University of Lancaster Book Review Editor Lilie Chouliaraki, LSE, London ISSN: 1569-2159 E-ISSN: 1569-9862 Electronic edition at ingentaJournals The Journal of Language and Politics (JLP) represents a forum for analysing and discussing the various dimensions in the interplay of language and politics. The basic assumption is that the language of politics cannot be separated from the politics of language. The notion of 'Political Discourse' does not remain limited to the 'institutional' field of politics (e.g. parliamentary discourse, election campaigns, party programmes, speeches, etc.) but opens to all linguistic manifestations that may be considered to be political, provided that it is convincingly argued what makes them 'political'. In order to illuminate new and old forms of political discourses inter- and transdisciplinary perspectives and elaborated linguistic methodologies have to complement each other. Articles should bring together sociological concepts, political theories, and historical analysis. Methodologies can be qualitative or quantitative and must be well grounded in linguistics or other relevant disciplines. They may focus on different dimensions (pragmatics, semantics, social cognition, semiotics) of political discourse. Since political discourses overlap with other discourses, e.g. economic and scientific discourses, perspectives of interdiscursivity and intertextuality are considered to be important. Articles based on ethnographic studies will be particularly welcome. The Journal of Language and Politics is associated with the book series Discourse Approaches to Politics, Society, and Culture, edited by Ruth Wodak and Grey Myers. This journal is peer reviewed and indexed in: IBR/IBZ, International Political Science Abstracts
Journal of Language Aggression and Conflict ISSN 2213-1272 | E-ISSN 2213-1280 Editors: Istvan Kecskes, State University of New York, Albany Pilar Garcés Blitvich, UNC Charlotte The contact for this journal is JLAC-Editor@uncc.edu Journal of Language Aggression and Conflict, edited by Istvan Kecskes, State University of New York and Albany Pilar Garcés Blitvich, UNC Charlotte, has the goal to create a unique outlet for cutting edge research, and has a format, content and structure that reflect the rapidly growing interest in studies that focus on the language of aggression and conflict. The special focus on language use derives from the assumption that although aggression and conflict may manifest themselves through other means, they are fundamentally realized through language. Therefore, a thorough understanding of conflict and aggression needs to be anchored in an analysis of discourse. The journal intends to be a forum for researchers who are interested in new tools and methods to investigate and better understand the language of aggression and conflict. Thus, JLAC is multidisciplinary in nature and encourages, supports and facilitates interaction and scholarly debate among researchers representing different fields including, but not limited to, linguistics, communication, psychology, anthropology, bi- and multilingualism, business management, second language acquisition, gender studies, etc. Editorial Board: Angela Ardington, University of Sydney Patricia Bou Franch, University of Valencia Derek Bousfield, University of Central Lancashire Diana Boxer, University of Florida Lynne Cameron, The Open University, UK Grace H. Chung, Seoul National University Jonathan Culpeper, University of Lancaster Bruce Fraser, Boston University Mark A. Hamilton, University of Connecticut Thomas Holtgraves, Ball State University Neal R. Norrick, Saarland University Anita Pomerantz, State University of New York, Albany Yongping Ran, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies Robert E. Sanders, State University of New York, Albany
The Journal of Language Contact (JLC) is a peer-reviewed journal. It focuses on the study of language contact, language use and language change in accordance with a view of language contact whereby both empirical data (the precise description of languages and how they are used) and the resulting theoretical elaborations (hence the statement and analysis of new problems) become the primary engines for advancing our understanding of the nature of language. This involves linguistic, anthropological, historical, and cognitive factors. Such an approach makes a major new contribution to understanding language change at a time when there is a notable increase of interest and activity in this field.
Launching in 2016, the Journal of Language Evolution aims to be the venue of choice for language evolution research. It is highly interdisciplinary and covers theoretical, computational, database-driven, and experimental work emerging from linguistics, (neuro-)cognitive sciences, psychology, anthropology, biology, evolutionary theory, computer sciences, philosophy, and other relevant disciplines.
Journal of Language Modelling is a free (no publication fees) open-access peer-reviewed journal aiming to bridge the gap between theoretical linguistics and natural language processing. Although typical articles are concerned with linguistic generalisations – either with their application in natural language processing, or with their discovery in language corpora – possible topics range from linguistic analyses which are sufficiently precise to be implementable to mathematical models of aspects of language, and further to computational systems making non-trivial use of linguistic insights.
The Journal covers issues of historical and comparative linguistics, long range comparisons and diachronic development of the world's languages.
Journal of Language Teaching and Research (JLTR, ISSN 1798-4769) is a scholarly peer-reviewed international scientific journal published bimonthly, focusing on theories, methods, and materials in language teaching, study and research. It provides a high profile, leading edge forum for academics, professionals, consultants, educators, practitioners and students in the field to contribute and disseminate innovative new work on language teaching and research.
Refereed journal for topics in theoretical and applied linguistics and language studies, including language teaching
The Journal of Language and Literature is published five times per year in February, May, August, October, December. The journal publishes original papers in literature and language in general, but giving a preference to those in the areas of philology represented by the editorial board. All submitted papers are considered subject to the understanding that they have not been published and are not being considered for publication elsewhere. To be publishable, papers must treat new research, be well written, and be of interest to a significant segment of the science community. Papers may be written in English, French, Spanish or Russian
Journal of Language and Literature Education (JLLE) is a scholarly international journal of Erciyes University focusing on theory, research, and developments in language and literature education. Language education, literature education, second language education, linguistics, and bilingualism are the topics within the scope of the journal. Erciyes University Press publishes scholarly books and journals for a both local and worldwide readership. These publications, written by professionals and expert authors representing a broad range of intellectual perspectives, reflect the academic and institutional strengths of the university. We publish peer-reviewed works of academic distinction, with exceptional editorial and production quality, in educational, social, medical and applied sciences.
The Journal of Language and Sexuality aims to present research on the discursive formations of sexuality, including sexual desire, sexual identities, sexual politics and sexuality in diaspora. Of interest is linguistic work in the widest possible sense, including work in sociolinguistics, anthropological linguistics, pragmatics, semantics, discourse analysis, applied linguistics, and other modes of language-centered inquiry that will contribute to the investigation of discourses of sexuality and their linguistic and social consequences. On a theoretical level, the journal is indebted to Queer Linguistics as its major influence.
Explores the social dimensions of language and the linguistic implications of social life.
The Journal of Language and Translation is published biannually (in spring and fall) in English by the Language Research Institute of Sejong University. The spring and autumn editions are published respectively on March 31 and September 30. Manuscripts submissions are accepted year round. The journal is structured to include: (1) work on artificial language, communication & culture in language usage, typology in language; work in translation theory (2) interdisciplinary contributions written with linguistics and translation theory in mind.
The Journal of Language, Identity, and Education is a quarterly journal devoted to innovative and rigorous research and critical scholarship that helps define and advance inquiry concerned with intersecting issues related to language, identity, and education. We are very excited about the potential of this journal to shape an interdisciplinary field of inquiry which heretofore has not had its own publication but has only been reflected in multiple journals. Policy decisions in educational settings today often require an understanding of the relationships between home language/variety and school language/variety, ethnic and gender identity, societal attitudes toward languages/varieties, and differential performance across groups. This journal will seek out cutting edge interdisciplinary research from around the world, reflecting diverse theoretical and methodological frameworks and topical areas.
The Journal of Languages for Specific Purposes (JLSP) is an open access journal and publishes studies on Applied Modern Languages (English, French, German and Italian) and Language teaching at academic levels of specialization for various professions or fields of activity. The mission of the journal is to create a communication platform for foreign language teachers with academic activity in non-philological fields and it aims to facilitate exchange of experience and ideas. Studies published are double-blind peer reviewed and fall into one of the following categories: state-of-art articles, methodological studies, conceptual articles, original research reports, case studies, book reviews. The languages of the papers are – according to the object of each study – English, French, German or Italian.
The Journal of Linguistic Anthropology explores the many ways in which language shapes social life. Published in the journal’s pages are articles on the anthropological study of language, including analysis of discourse, language in society, language and cognition, and language acquisition and socialization.
The Journal of Linguistic Geography focuses on dialect geography and the spatial distribution of language relative to questions of variation and change. The journal examines topics in dialectology, sociolinguistics, historical linguistics, language in its sociocultural environment, typology, and investigations of the theoretical contributions by geographically based studies to general linguistics. Articles inclusive of maps, sound files, and data sets, as may be appropriate, are welcomed.
Indonesia is a country with over 700 languages, which makes it a fascinating place for conducting research in linguistics. Although about 200 languages have been studied comprehensively, the rest of the languages remain either largely under-researched or completely unknown. Inquiry into Indonesian languages has helped people learn more about the languages, diverse cultures and communities, and the Indonesian history. The Journal of Indonesian Linguistics recognizes the significance of continued research in Indonesian linguistics and provides a forum for language researchers to share their research findings and explore different avenues in the field. The Journal is a refereed professional journal published biannually by the Linguistic Society of Indonesia. Its readership includes language researchers, applied linguists, language conservationists, and educators. Since 2000 the journal has published over 120 articles and 20 book reviews in English and Indonesian about various aspects of Indonesian linguistics, including discourse analysis, language documentation, language acquisition, and typology. The online version of the Journal would like to reach out to a wider population of readers, and potential authors, to foster research and scholarly communication through access to Indonesian linguistic archives.
The Journal of Linguistic and Intercultural Education - JoLIE - is the yearly publication of the Centre for Research and Innovation in Linguistic Education (CIEL) of 1 Decembrie 1918 University of Alba Iulia, Romania. The Journal of Linguistic and Intercultural Education is concerned with all aspects pertaining to linguistic and intercultural education today. Preference is given to articles which bring a significant contribution to current debate in language education policies, instruments and end products, bi- and plurilingualism, language learning/teaching and teacher education, as well as in intercultural and cross-cultural awareness. The language of submission and publication is English. Occasionally, an article may be submitted in the author's mother tongue provided the topic is particularly relevant for the language in question and that title, abstract, keywords and all bibliographical references are given in English.
Journal of Linguistics is concerned with all branches of theoretical linguistics, including syntax, morphology, phonology, phonetics, semantics, pragmatics and historical, sociological, computational, psychological and applied aspects of language and linguistic theory.
The Journal of Linguistics and Language Teaching (JLLT) is a academic organization, solely designed for the worldwide publication of scientific findings which concern the full range between linguistics on the one hand and language teaching on the other. At the same time, it is a basis of discussion for linguists and practitioners of language teaching. Areas covered by the journal include phonetics/phonology, morphology, lexicology, semantics, syntax, text linguistics, pragmatics, psycholinguistics, sociolinguistics, grammaticography, lexicography, discourse analysis, corpus linguistics, written vs spoken language, language in the media, languages for special/specific purposes, language methodology, intercultural communication, and curriculum research. Languages for publication are English, French, Spanish, and German.
The aim of the Journal of Literary Semantics is to concentrate the endeavours of theoretical linguistics upon those texts traditionally classed as âliteraryâ, in the belief that such texts are a central, not a peripheral, concern of linguistics. This journal, founded by Trevor Eaton in 1972 and edited by him for thirty years, has pioneered and encouraged research into the relations between linguistics and literature. It is widely read by theoretical and applied linguists, narratologists, poeticians, philosophers and psycholinguists. JLS publishes articles on all aspects of literary semantics. The ambit is inclusive rather than doctrinaire. The journal publishes articles of a philosophical or theoretical nature that attempt to advance our understanding of the structures, dynamics, and significations of literary texts. This includes articles that relate the study of literature to other disciplines such as psychology, neurophysiology, mathematics, and history, as well as articles dealing with the educational problems inherent in the study of literature.
The Journal of Literary Theory is an international forum for debate in literary theory. JLT takes an interdisciplinary approach and is open to a broad variety of theories and methods, promoting their study, research, and development. The Journal of Literary Theory reflects the diversity of approaches put forward in literary theory. It is meant to be a platform for controversial debate and dialogue. The Journal of Literary Theory has an interdisciplinary orientation. It reaches out to disciplines dealing with theoretical foundations of the study of literature as well as to related fields of research such as musicology, art theory, and film studies insofar as these are concerned with the analysis or interpretation of aesthetic objects. Above all, the journal aims to publish work on fundamental issues in methodology and the construction of theories and concepts, as well as articles on particular literary theories. Historical case studies are accepted only if they adopt a predominantly systematic perspective, contribute to the reconstruction of the history of literary theory, or pursue innovative methods. While most issues of the print version concentrate on a special theme, independent articles are also welcome. Moreover, the Journal of Literary Theory contains work reviewing and outlining trends of theoretical debates in literary theory and related disciplines. The Journal of Literary Theory is published twice a year. Submissions are selected in a blind review process and accepted for publication by an international advisory board. The printed Journal of Literary Theory is accompanied by the website JLTonline, where reviews, conference reports, calls for papers, and abstracts of all articles, as well as selected full-text articles from the printed journal are published. The Journal of Literary Theory is published at De Gruyter.
This is the official publication of the European Association for Logic, Language, and Information. The scope of the journal is the logical and computational foundations of natural, formal, and programming languages, as well as the different forms of human and mechanized inference. It covers the logical, linguistic, and information-theoretic parts of the cognitive sciences.
Editor: K. Bock Articles in the Journal of Memory and Language contribute to the formulation of scientific issues and theories in the areas of memory, language comprehension and production, and cognitive processes. Special emphasis is given to research articles that provide new theoretical insights based on a carefully laid empirical foundation. In addition, significant theoretical papers without new experimental findings may be published. The Journal of Memory and Language is a valuable tool for cognitive scientists, including psychologists, linguists, and others interested in memory and learning, language, reading, and speech. Research Areas include: • Topics that illuminate aspects of memory or language processing • Artificial intelligence • Linguistics • Neuropsychology
The goal of the Journal of Mesoamerican Languages and Linguistics (JMLL) is to contribute to the documentation of Mesoamerican languages, many of which are endangered, as well as to their historical, theoretical, and typological analysis. Some topics that the Editorial Board of this journal hopes to develop further, due to the dearth of relevant publications in the past, include the following: Mesoamerican sociolinguistics (with its potential for elucidating aspects related to language socialization and language endangerment), the history of Mesoamerican linguistics, and the study of indigenous sign languages (or related systems). Other topics that are encouraged include: the linguistic structure of indigenous writing systems and texts (from any time period), and possible historical relationships (whether by common descent or contact) between Mesoamerican languages and non-Mesoamerican languages—not to mention further research on the nature of Mesoamerica as a linguistic area.
Founded in 1985 at the University of Malaya, the Journal of Modern Languages (JML) is an annual journal that is dedicated to the exploration of issues concerning modern languages, especially in the Asia Pacific region. The JML welcomes papers addressing critical analyses of modern languages from various fields of discipline including: -General Linguistics -Typology -Applied linguistics -Language maintenance and death -Sociolinguistics -Translation and interpretation -Discourse and conversational analyses
Journal of Multicultural Discourses is a premier international journal in discourse studies which aims to enhance cultural diversity, equality and prosperity in social life as well as in scholarship. A forerunner in the cultural politics of language, communication or discourse research, the journal has published over the past five years numerous articles on Asian, African, Latin American, as well as western, approaches to discourses in diverse cultural settings. To consolidate its multicultural-intellectual project and to answer to the challenges of the contemporary times, the journal welcomes papers especially, though not exclusively, on the following subject matters: •Cultural dialogue and critique on research perspectives and frameworks •Culturally unique, or innovative, approaches •Culturally inclusive or pluralist approaches •Discourses of cultural marginalization, repression or imperialism •Discourses of (under-)development •Discourses of cultural transformation •Discourses of cultural cooperation or harmony
The mission of the Journal of Multidisciplinary Research is to promote excellence in leadership practice by providing a venue for academics, students, and practitioners to publish current and significant empirical and conceptual research in the arts; humanities; applied, natural, and social sciences; and other areas that tests, extends, or builds leadership theory.
*Listed in the Thomson Reuters Journal Citation Reports® The Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development is concerned with macro-level coverage of topics in the sociology and social psychology of language, in language and cultural politics, policy, planning and practice, and in all the many ramifications of these broad themes – ethnicity and nationalism, multicultural and pluralist accommodations in heterogeneous societies, issues surrounding collective identity and its ‘markers', the dynamics of minority groups, educational provisions for language and culture, endangered languages, language and group rights, and so on. Contributions that allow generalisation across settings are particularly welcome, as are those that embed the discussion in social and historical context. The Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development has been – and will continue to be – a cross-disciplinary journal for researchers from many scholarly and geographical backgrounds.
Editor: Nicole Müller Associate Editor: Martin J Ball (both: University of Louisiana at Lafayette) The Journal of Multilingual Communication Disorders aims to provide a forum for debate in the increasingly important area of multilingualism and multiculturalism and their impact on speech-language pathology. The journal will publish work on multilingual and multicultural clients with the full range of communication disorders, e.g. on differential language retention in aphasia, provision of assessment materials for bilinguals, establishment of language norms in multicultural populations and clinical management of multilingual clientele. The journal will also promote research on speech- language disorders and normal acquisition in lesser-researched languages. There will be special emphasis on languages that have not been the focus of study in communication disorders. The journal is edited by two specialists in clinical linguistics and multilingualism.
First published in 1996 Journal of NELTA is a premiere publication of Nepal English Language Teachers’ Association (NELTA). This journal has been an integral part of NELTA’s mission for ‘enhancing the quality of English language teaching and learning through professional networking, supporting and collaboration’ . It is also a means towards achieving NELTA’s goal of providing a ‘forum for exchanges of ideas and experiences at national, regional and international levels’. This peer-reviewed and refereed journal accepts contributions from authors both home and abroad as long as the articles provide substantial contribution to its readers. Authors can submit their articles only through emails at: email@example.com. If you have any questions, please contact the editors via this email.
An international forum for the integration of the language sciences and the neurosciences.
The aim of the JNL is to promote, present and spread research focused on Nigerian languages and linguistics (including culture, literature and stylistics). The journal provides a forum wherein academics, researchers and practitioners may read and publish high-quality, original and state-of-the-art papers describing theoretical and empirical aspects that can contribute to our understanding of Nigerian languages and linguistics.
This publication is unique for several reasons: 1) The journal is bilingual; all papers are published in both Russian and English language. 2) For the first time, roughly equal number of works by authors from Russian provinces and by foreign authors are published in a journal on Uralic and Altaic languages. 3) Publication of works is always free for the authors; the only criterion for publication is expert evaluation of the scientific value of the paper. 4) All papers are evaluated by two (three or more in controversial cases) independent reviewers. They evaluate papers on the following criteria: a) scientific novelty, b) knowledge of the literature on the question, c) scientific value, d) quality of presentation Accepted are only works with two highest or one highest and one medium rating. Thus, only papers with very high scientific level are published. The first issue of the journal is distributed free of charge. Other issues will be available only by subscription.
The Journal of Phonetics publishes papers of an experimental or theoretical nature that deal with phonetic aspects of language and linguistic communication processes. Papers dealing with technological and/or pathological topics, or papers of an interdisciplinary nature are also suitable, provided that linguistic-phonetic principles underlie the work reported. Regular articles, review articles, and letters to the editor are published. Theme issues are also published, devoted entirely to a specific subject of interest within the field of phonetics.
The Journal of Pidgin and Creole Languages is designed to be part of an international effort to bring together scholarly treatments of all aspects of pidginization and creolization. Special emphasis is laid on the presentation of the results of current research in theory and description of pidgin and creole languages, and application of this knowledge to language planning, education, and social reform in creole-speaking societies.
Editor-in-Chief: Derek Bousfield, Karen Grainger Increased IMPACT FACTOR 2010: 3.045 Rank 3 out of 141 in category Linguistics in the 2010 Thomson Reuters Journal Citation Report/Social Sciences Edition. ERIH category INT2 The "Journal of Politeness Research" responds to the urgent need to provide an international forum for the discussion of all aspects of politeness as a complex linguistic and non-linguistic phenomenon. Politeness has interested researchers in fields of academic activity as diverse as business studies, foreign language teaching, developmental psychology, social psychology, sociolinguistics, linguistic pragmatics, social anthropology, cultural studies, sociology, communication studies, and gender studies. The journal provides an outlet through which researchers on politeness phenomena from these diverse fields of interest may publish their findings and where it will be possible to keep up to date with the wide range of research published in this expanding field. The wealth of published material on the subject of polite language usage should not blind us to the need to extend the study of politeness beyond its linguistic aspects. Hence the multidisciplinary scope of this new journal, which aims to attract original contributions from researchers in a wide range of academic and professional fields. This ambitious and exciting new venture is also a long-awaited opportunity to create synergies between researchers from different disciplines and to encourage dissemination of findings from lesser studied languages and cultures in an effort to deepen our understanding of the nature of politeness within and beyond Western geographical and ideological boundaries. The journal is published twice a year and publishes research articles, review articles on books published within the scope of politeness research and book reviews relevant to politeness research but of a more general nature. There will also be conference announcements and information on upcoming academic events. "Journal of Politeness Research" is a peer-reviewed journal of international scope. The journal is associated with the work of the international Politeness Research Group whose founding British universities include Leeds, Loughborough, Nottingham, Nottingham Trent, Sheffield Hallam and York St. John. The Research Centre for Linguistic Politeness Research encourages research and hosts conferences, seminars and symposia on the subject of linguistic politeness. For details of the mailing list, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. The Linguistic Politeness Group website address is: http://research.shu.ac.uk/politeness and is maintained by Chris Christie: email@example.com.
The Journal of Portuguese Linguistics is concerned with all branches of linguistics and aims at publishing high-quality papers in the field of Portuguese linguistics, including the comparison between any varieties of Portuguese and any other language(s). Contributions are welcome from linguists in all countries. The language of publication is English.
Published by Elsevier, this international journal is the leader in its field.
Editor: Robert W. Rieber The Journal of Psycholinguistic Research covers a broad range of approaches to the study of the communicative process, including: the social and anthropological bases of communication; development of speech and language; semantics (problems in linguistic meaning); and biological foundations. It also examines the psychopathology of language and cognition as well as the neuropsychology of language and cognition. The journal publishes carefully selected papers from the several disciplines engaged in psycholinguistic research, providing a single, recognized medium for communications among linguists, psychologists, biologists, sociologists, and others.
*Listed in the Thomson Reuters Journal Citation Reports® The Journal of Quantitative Linguistics is an international forum for the publication and discussion of research on the quantitative characteristics of language and text in an exact mathematical form. This approach, which is of growing interest, opens up important and exciting theoretical perspectives, as well as solutions for a wide range of practical problems such as machine learning or statistical parsing, by introducing into linguistics the methods and models of advanced scientific disciplines such as the natural sciences, economics, and psychology. Specifically, JQL publishes on: •Observations and descriptions of all aspects of language and text phenomena including the areas of psycholinguistics, sociolinguistics, dialectology, pragmatics, etc. as far as they use quantitative mathematical methods (probability theory, stochastic processes, differential and difference equations, fuzzy logics and set theory, function theory etc.), on all levels of linguistic analysis. •Applications of methods, models, or findings from quantitative linguistics to problems of natural language processing, machine translation, language teaching, documentation and information retrieval. •Methodological problems of linguistic measurement, model construction, sampling and test theory. •Epistemological issues such as explanation of language and text phenomena, contributions to theory construction, systems theory, philosophy of science.
Journal of Research Design and Statistics in Linguistics and Communication Science Edited by Pascual Cantos-Gómez, Universidad de Murcia, Spain Published twice yearly, in June and December. First issue, June 2014 ISSN: 2052-417X (Print) ISSN: 2052-4188 (Online) Research Design and Statistics in Linguistics and Communication Science is a new, peer-reviewed journal devoted to exploring how quantitative methods and statistical techniques can supplement qualitative analyses in linguistics and communication science; research on the quantitative characteristics of language and text in a more mathematical form. This approach opens up important and exciting theoretical perspectives, as well as solutions for a wide range of practical problems by introducing into linguistics and communication science the methods and models of advanced scientific disciplines prevalent within the natural sciences, economics, and psychology. It aims at the dissemination and publication of original contributions which bring developments and improvement in quantitative methodologies to the attention of both linguists and communication scholars. Research Design and Statistics in Linguistics and Communication Science invites original, previously unpublished research articles and book reviews in the field of empirical and quantitative approaches to linguistics and communication science. Contributions should contain empirical analyses of data from different languages and from different theoretical perspectives and frameworks, providing new findings and innovative approaches in any area of linguistics and communication science. We encourage submissions concentrating on, but not limited to: Empirical language research Information retrieval Text mining Methods of measurement Computer-assisted content analysis Fieldwork in linguistics Translation studies Authorship attribution Language testing Information extraction Questionnaire design Interview methods Forensic linguistics Text classification Corpus linguistics Natural language processing Textometry The journal also invites proposals for special issues on specific topics. Research Design and Statistics in Linguistics and Communication Science is inherently interdisciplinary, and papers at the boundaries of linguistics and communication science are especially welcome, as approaches involving two or more academic disciplines are more likely to produce new theoretical insights, improving our knowledge about language, communication and any type of cross-linguistic phenomena. Research Design and Statistics in Linguistics and Communication Science is an advance online publication (AOP); articles are posted online immediately after being accepted, reviewed, copyedited and proofs are reviewed. AOPs will appear ahead of the two annual print publications in June and December, in which they will be included. These online versions are definitive and may be cited using the digital object identifier (DOI).
The Journal of Research in Reading provides an international forum for researchers into literacy. It is a refereed journal principally devoted to reports of original, empirical or theoretical studies in reading and related fields, and to informed reviews of relevant literature. The Journal welcomes papers researching issues related to the learning, teaching and use of literacy in a variety of contexts; papers on the history and development of literacy; papers about policy and strategy for literacy as related to children and adults. The Journal encourages papers within any research paradigm and from researchers in any relevant field such as anthropology, cultural studies, education, history of education, language and linguistics, philosophy, psychology and sociology. The Journal also includes brief research notes, notices of conferences (including calls for papers), and reviews of books. The Journal of Research in Reading is published for the United Kingdom Literacy Association.
This Journal publishes articles on the theory, practice, and teaching of professional communication in critical global contexts. Articles can take a variety of forms, including formal empirical studies, illustrative case studies, book, software, and academic program review, and curriculum development. The Journal is primarily cross cultural, concentrating on how professionals from a variety of cultural and rhetorical traditions communicate with each other across a range of contexts using various communication media.
Editor John M. Levis | Iowa State University | JournalSLP@gmail.com ISSN 2215-1931 | E-ISSN 2215-194X The Journal of Second Language Pronunciation is a scholarly journal devoted to research into the acquisition, perception, production, teaching, assessment, and description of prosodic and segmental pronunciation of second languages in all contexts of learning. The journal encourages research that connects theory and practice, enhances our understanding of L2 phonological learning processes, and provides connections between L2 pronunciation and other areas of applied linguistics such as pragmatics, CALL, and speech perception. Contributions focusing on empirical research will represent all portions of the methodological spectrum including quantitative, qualitative, and mixed-methods studies. The journal invites papers on topics such as intelligibility and comprehensibility, accent, phonological acquisition, the use of technology (such as automatic speech recognition, text-to-speech, and CAPT), spoken language assessment, the social impact of L2 pronunciation, the ethics of pronunciation teaching, pronunciation acquisition in less commonly taught languages, speech perception and its relationship to speech production, and other topics.
A refereed journal appearing four times a year, which features theoretically grounded reports of research and discussion of central issues in second language and foreign language writing and writing instruction.
Journal of Second and Multiple Language Acquisition-JSMULA publishes theoretical and applied research papers in second and multiple language acquisition. Publication language is English but research papers to be submitted may have studied the acquisition or learning of any language as a second, third or multiple language.
Publishes articles, notes, discussions, and book reviews in the area of academic research into the semantics of natural language.
Online journal for Semitic Linguistics and for the public audience. First issue in January 2012.
The Journal of Semitic Studies is one of the leading international academic journals in its field. The term ‘Semitic Studies’ indicates a linguistic limitation to the languages of the Semitic family and includes the modern as well as the ancient and medieval periods. Special emphasis is placed on the publication of research on the languages and literatures of the Near and Middle East and material accepted for publication is always focussed either on particular texts or authors or on linguistics and philology. The editors maintain a policy of ensuring that each volume contains items of interest to specialists in the main Semitic languages and in both Biblical Studies and the study of Islam. Extensive reviews of selected books are a feature of the Journal. The Journal of Semitic Studies publishes a Supplement series of books. The aim in this series is to provide an opportunity for publication of more substantial works of monograph length and for collective works on particular themes.
JSL is intended to address issues in the description and analysis of Slavic languages of general interest to linguists, regardless of theoretical orientation. Papers dealing with any aspect of synchronic or diachronic Slavic phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, or pragmatics will be considered, as long as they raise substantive problems of broad theoretical concern or propose significant descriptive generalizations. Comparative studies and formal analyses are especially encouraged.
Journal of Sociolinguistics promotes sociolinguistics as a thoroughly linguistic and thoroughly social-scientific endeavour. The journal is concerned with language in all its dimensions, macro and micro, as formal features or abstract discourses, as situated talk or written text. Data in published articles represent a wide range of languages, regions and situations - from Alune to Xhosa, from Cameroun to Canada, from bulletin boards to dating ads.
The journal provides a peer-reviewed forum for publishing original research articles and reviews in the field of South Asian languages and linguistics, with a focus on descriptive, functional and typological investigations. Descriptive analyses are encouraged to the extent that they present analyses of lesser-known languages, based on original fieldwork. Other areas covered by the journal include language change (including contact-induced change) and sociolinguistics. The journal also publishes occasional special issues on focused themes relating to South Asian languages and linguistics for which it welcomes proposals.
The On-Line Journal of South Asian Linguistics is an Open Access Journal devoted to work pursuing formal approaches to the study of South Asian Languages. We conceive of South Asian Languages broadly to cover the languages of Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and Tibet and that of the South Asian diasporas.
The Journal of Speech Sciences (JoSS) is an open access journal which follows the principles of the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), meaning that its readers can freely read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of any article electronically published in the journal. The JoSS covers experimental aspects that deal with scientific aspects of speech, language and linguistic communication processes. Coverage also includes articles dealing with pathological topics, or articles of an interdisciplinary nature, provided that experimental and linguistic principles underlie the work reported. Experimental approaches are emphasized in order to stimulate the development of new methodologies, of new annotated corpora, of new techniques aiming at fully testing current theories of speech production, perception, as well as phonetic and phonological theories and their interfaces.
Journal of Taiwanese Vernacular is a professional journal dedicated to the study of Taigi or the Taiwanese language. The journal encourages two types of submissions. First, research related to Taigi on any aspects, such as linguistics, literature, and culture. Second, comparative works between Taigi and other languages. Works on languages other than Taigi are also welcome if they are helpful to the study or revival of Taigi.
The Journal of Teaching English for Specific and Academic Purposes is an open access peer-reviewed international journal published by the University of Niš, Serbia. We publish high quality, refereed papers three times a year. The principal aim of the Journal is to bring together the latest research and development in various fields connected in any way with the ESP, EAP, General and Applied Linguistics and to become a platform for enchancing these fields of science and teaching practice. The Journal guidelines are that the submissions should contain a significant amount of new material, that is, material that has not been published elsewhere. The paper submitted to the journal should differ from the previously published material by at least 40 percent. Research articles are usually about 10 pages long. However, in special cases, shorter or longer articles may be accepted with appropriate reasoning. Authors are requested to follow guidelines for preparing their manuscripts.
The Journal of Teaching English for Specific and Academic Purposes is an open access peer reviewed international journal published by the University of Niš (Republic of Serbia). We publish high quality, refereed papers three times a year. Papers reporting original research or extended versions of the already published conference/journal papers are all welcome. Papers for publication are selected through peer reviewing to ensure originality, relevance, and readability. They are further subjected to proof reading and copy editing. The aim of the Journal of Teaching English for Specific and Academic Purposes is to publish peer reviewed research and review articles fast without delay in the developing fields of ESP, EAP, General and Applied Linguistics. It is our aim for the Journal of Teaching English for Specific and Academic Purposes to become a platform for enhancing these fields of science and teaching practice. We also welcome announcements of upcoming events in these fields, notes and reviews on the related publications. The principal aim of the Journal is to bring together the latest research and development in the various fields connected with ESP, EAP, General and Applied Linguistics. This is to be ensured by renowned International Editorial Board. Online submission system, electronic peer review and production make the process of publishing your article very simple and efficient. All further information and the current call for papers can be found on the Journal web site http://espeap.junis.ni.ac.rs/index.php/espeap/index
The journal Turkic Languages aims at presenting work of current interest on a variety of subjects and thus welcomes contributions on all aspects of Turkic language studies. Turkic Languages will contain articles, review articles, reviews, discussions, reports, and surveys of publications. Turkic Languages will be published in one volume of two issues per year with approximately 300 pages. It will be devoted to descriptive, comparative, synchronic, diachronic, theoretical and methodological problems of linguistic Turcology including questions of genetic, typological and areal relations, linguistic variation and language acquisition. The journal will use a referee system in selecting articles for publication. The preferred language of publication will be English. Contributions to the first volume should be submitted as soon as possible. A style sheet is available and will be sent on request.
The newly founded Turkish Research Institute (Türk Dilini Araştırma Enstitüsü) in Skopje, Macedonia, decided to publish twice a year (in March and September), a new international peer-reviewed linguistic journal called “Journal of Turkish Linguistics”. Papers from all areas of Turkish linguistics are welcomed. Papers that indirectly treat Turkish also could be considered for publication.
Journal of Turkology, abbreviated JT, publishes articles in Turkic linguistics of all types: historical, comparative, theoretical and other. Contributions address several aspects of the study on Turkic languages, including descriptions, etymologies, theoretical and methodological issues. In addition to original articles, the journal publishes reviews of current books, brief accounts of work in progress, abstracts of dissertations and announcements of coming events. The languages to be used in publication will be in English and German.
The Journal of Turkology Studies is intended for historians, linguists and related experts to share researches, book reports and articles about Turkic Studies.
The Journal of Universal Language is concerned with artificial language, communication & culture in language usage, typology, and universality in language. The journal also publishes interdisciplinary contributions written with applied linguists in mind, brief notes, comments or observation concerning official language, and reaction/replies to recent papers. The Journal of Universal Language is published biannually (in spring and fall) in English by the Language Research Institute of Sejong University. The spring and autumn editions are published respectively on March 31 and September 30. Manuscripts submissions are accepted year round.
The Journal of Voice is widely regarded as the world's premier journal for voice medicine and research. This peer-reviewed publication is listed in Index Medicus and is indexed by the Institute for Scientific Information. The journal contains articles written by experts throughout the world on all topics in voice sciences, voice medicine and surgery, and speech-language pathologists' management of voice-related problems. The journal includes clinical articles, clinical research, and laboratory research. For free abstracts and to download a sample copy, please see: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/08921997
The Journal of World Languages explores the linguistic, communicative and socio-cultural implications of the global spread of major languages and the impact this is having on the world’s linguistic mapping. Recognizing that the phenomenon of becoming a world language encompasses a growing number of languages with significant implications for the development of these languages, the Journal of World Languages encourages a comparative approach to the study of the roles of education, the media, the economy, etc. in contributing to the growth of a world language. The Journal of World Languages is a cross-disciplinary journal whose coverage of the effects of globalization on languages extends coverage to all world languages. Further information is available on the journal website at www.tandfonline.com/rwol.
The Journal of Writing Research (JoWR) is an international peer reviewed journal that publishes high quality theoretical, empirical, and review papers covering the broad spectrum of writing research. The mandate of the Journal of Writing Research is: - to publish excellent and innovative writing research drawn from a range of academic disciplines (e.g. psychology, linguistics, pedagogy, design studies, communication studies, information and communication technology, learning and teaching) - to stimulate interdisciplinary writing research - to be fully international - to apply high academic standards, including double blind peer review - to share knowledge through open access
The Journal of the International Phonetic Association (JIPA) is a forum for work in the fields of phonetic theory and description. As well as including papers on laboratory phonetics/phonology and related topics, the journal encourages submissions on practical applications of phonetics teaching and speech therapy. It is especially concerned with the theory behind the International Phonetic Alphabet and discussions of the use of symbols for illustrating the phonetic structures of a wide variety of languages.
Our general editorial focus is on policy, education, programs, advocacy, and research in the field of less commonly taught languages (all foreign languages except English, French, German, and Spanish). The envisaged segmentation of the Journal is as follows: a. Methodology and Technology, b. Academia, c. Beyond Academia, d. Social Embeddedness The first section shall include papers focusing on broader theoretical and technological issues in all fields of less commonly taught languages. The second section will encompass reports about research and teaching in academia, at both K-12 and collegiate levels. The third section shall comprise papers addressing research and teaching in government and industry. Finally, the fourth section will address the issues of a broader social environment, ranging from heritage communities to advancing LCTLs in federal initiatives and legislation.
The Journal of the Text Encoding Initiative is the official journal of the Text Encoding Initiative Consortium. It will publish the proceedings of the annual TEI Members Meeting and Conference and special issues based on topics or themes of interest to the community or in conjunction with special events or meetings associated with TEI. Its contents will be rigorously peer-reviewed. The objectives of the journal are to disseminate as widely as possible information about the TEI and its applications to scholarship. The Journal of the TEI will publish state-of-the-art reports on electronic textual editing, current trends in TEI encoding, and new use cases for TEI. It will provide a forum for articles on the discussion of the interface between the TEI and other communities, and more generally of the role of technological standards in the digital humanities.
KOME is a theory and pure research-oriented journal of communication studies and related fields. Therefore theoretical researches and discussions that helps to understand better, or reconceptualize the understanding of communication are its centre of interests; being either an useful supplement to, or a reasonable alternative of current communication theories. Scholarly perspectives with the aim of creating an intellectual plus in the metatheory of communication, policies or research methods are especially welcomed, as well as linguistic or etymological analyses. KOME is also committed to the ideas of trans-and interdisciplinarity and prefer topics which are relevant for more than one special discipline of social sciences.
KOME is a theory and pure research-oriented journal of communication studies and related fields. Therefore theoretical researches and discussions that helps to understand better, or reconceptualize the understanding of communication are its centre of interests; being either an useful supplement to, or a reasonable alternative of current communication theories. Scholarly perspectives with the aim of creating an intellectual plus in the metatheory of communication, policies or research methods are especially welcomed, as well as linguistic or etymological analyses.
"Kadmos" is a journal publishing papers and communications (but no reviews) relating to pre-Greek and early Greek epigraphy, i. e. to inscriptions from the whole of the Mediterranean area dating back either 1) to the time before or during the spread of Greek in the relevant regions or 2) to the early phase of the development of Greek (in Linear A, Linear B or an archaic alphabetic script). Priority is given to the publication of new discoveries and commentaries on them rather than to treatises of known texts. Contributions will be accepted in German, English, French, Italian or Spanish (Castillian).
KWPL welcomes submissions of papers on all topics in the field of linguistics, including phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, language acquisition, psycholinguistics, neurolinguistics, linguistic anthropology, and indigenous languages. Annual calls for papers are typically announced in the spring. Authors may email papers directly to the KWPL editors at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please refer to the KWPL website for information regarding instructions for submission as well as deadlines.
Khayaban is the Urdu research journal of the department of Urdu University of Peshawar publishing since 1958 regularly. This journal is published biannually.
Korean Language Research is a semi-annual linguistic journal for research on the Korean language.
Korean Linguistics Editor: Young-Key Kim-Renaud | George Washington University Associate Editor: John Whitman | NINJAL & Cornell University ISSN 0257-3784 | E-ISSN 2212-9731 Korean Linguistics, the journal of the International Circle of Korean Linguistics, publishes peer-reviewed, scholarly articles at the cutting edge of Korean linguistics, a field of growing importance in virtually all branches of linguistics (syntax, semantics, phonology, phonetics, sociolinguistics, discourse-pragmatics, historical linguistics). The scope of the journal extends to work on Korean linguistics in all of the subareas of linguistics. Emphasis will be given to articles on Korean of import to general and theoretical linguistics, but significant work on, for example, the history of Korean and the Korean writing system will also be considered for publication. Book reviews, remarks on special occasions, obituaries, etc. may be included.
L’Analisi Linguistica e Letteraria is an international journal of literature and linguistics. Its outlook is both synchronic and diachronic. Its interests are both applied and theoretical. Its aim is to further the understanding of the processes that lead to the construction and interpretation of meaning in texts. The journal has a specific interdisciplinary nature as it covers research conducted both in the domain of literature and linguistics, seeking to bring together insights from both domains whenever this is possible. The journal is structured in three sections: the first section contains regular articles; the second is devoted to review articles; the third includes short reviews of published works in linguistics. The journal regularly publishes articles in English, French, German and Italian, and occasionally in other languages: in 2010 it published a special issue entirely in Russian.
Gain insight into educational research and theories throughout the world... L1 - Educational Studies in Language and Literature offers an international forum for research and discussion on first-language (L1)/mother-tongue teaching and learning. The journal defines language education as mother-tongue education, the teaching of the standard language or national language education. It deals, for instance, with the common issues of the teaching of French in France and Belgium to francophones, English in the United Kingdom and Hong Kong to anglophones and Spanish in Spain and Argentina to 'hispanophones', Catalan in Catalonia. The Journal furthermore deals with L1-education primarily, although very aware of the circumstance that in most learning groups in the world, students are bilingual. Second-language teaching and learning issues will be dealt with in an integrative manner.
The L2 Journal is a fully refereed, interdisciplinary journal which aims to promote the research and the practice of language learning and teaching. It publishes articles in English on all aspects of applied linguistics broadly conceived, i.e., second language acquisition, second language pedagogy, bilingualism and multilingualism, language and technology, curriculum development and teacher training, testing and evaluation.
LARES (Lagos Review of English Studies), a peer-reviewed journal of the Department of English, University of Lagos, Nigeria, invites well-researched articles from colleagues in departments of English, Linguistics, and Literature worldwide.
LDV-Forum GLDV Journal for Computational Linguistics and Language Technology Official Journal of the Gesellschaft für Linguistische Datenverarbeitung e. V. (GLDV) The LDV-Forum offers a publication platform for all researchers working in the field of computational linguistics and language technology. The publication policy focuses on original research papers and book reviews while short term issues like conference announcements or calls for papers are published via the website of the GLDV (http://www.gldv.org). Fact Sheet Current Volume: 21 (2) (2006) Publishing frequency: Two issues per annum (May, October) Languages: German, English Online Issues: http://www.gldv.org/cms/gldv_pub.php Also available via the German Electronic Journal Library, http://www.bibliothek.uni-regensburg.de/ezeit/ Editors: Alexander Mehler, Bielefeld (email@example.com) Christian Wolff, Regensburg (firstname.lastname@example.org)
La revue Lidil se donne pour but de présenter les recherches et travaux des chercheurs travaillant dans les domaines de la linguistique et de la sociolinguistique, de l’apprentissage et du développement langagier, de la didactique des langues, du TAL et des TICE. Ouverte aux collaborations interdisciplinaires, elle présente deux fois par an des numéros thématiques, qui font l’objet d’appels à contributions.
LINGUA(GEM) constitutes a means of spreading research in both theoretical and applied linguistics, encouraging innovative and original approaches. The publishing material (work) can be in the form of: scientific article, essay and review. The opportunity is open up to professionals and students of the whole country. The text has to be written in one of the following languages: Portuguese, English, Spanish or French. It will be submitted anonimously to two members of the Editorial Board who will evaluate the possibility of publishing the submitted paper. If two or more works have the same classification in terms of quality and importance, one of them will be chosen according to the decision of the Editors. LINGUA(GEM) keeps the copyright of the papers submitted.
LL is an online journal dedicated to the promotion of research related to the Hispanic and Luso-Brazilian worlds.
Interdisciplinary journal, mainly in Catalan, about the main topics of sociolinguistics, language acquisition, language planning and language policy, pragmatics, ecology of languages, and communication.
"Laboratory Phonology" represents the scientific study of the elements of spoken and signed language, their organization, their grammatical function, and their role in speech communication. Research in Laboratory Phonology uses laboratory or experimental methods and is grounded in quantitative analyses of empirical data from diverse languages.The Laboratory Phonology approach also extends naturally to the parallel investigation of manual signs as the encoding elements of signed languages. Laboratory phonology is at the leading edge of the general shift towards experimental and quantitative approaches to the study of language across the discipline of linguistics. Laboratory Phonology publishes research on phonology from a range of disciplinary perspectives including linguistics, psychology, speech & hearing science, communication science, computer science, electrical & computer engineering, and other related fields. This journal publishes select papers from the Laboratory Phonology conferences, and also invites regular submissions.
Journal of the Linguistic Society of America.
Forum devoted to the discussion of topics and issues in communication which is of interdisciplinary significance.
Language & Ecology is an online journal dedicated to critical analysis of discourses implicated in environmental destruction, and exploration of alternative discourses which have the potential to contribute to ecological harmony. Articles are published immediately after acceptance and later grouped into special issues.The journal welcomes articles (up to 4000 words) or comments (up to 1000 words) which are written in accessible language and are relevant to the aims of the journal. All articles submitted will be reviewed by the editorial board.
*Listed in the Thomson Reuters Journal Citation Reports® Language & Intercultural Communication promotes an interdisciplinary understanding of the interplay between language and intercultural communication. It therefore welcomes research into intercultural communication, particularly where it explores the importance of linguistic aspects; and research into language, especially the learning of foreign languages, where it explores the importance of intercultural perspectives. The journal is alert to the implications for education, especially higher education, and for language learning and teaching. It is also receptive to research on the frontiers between languages and cultures, and on the implications of linguistic and intercultural issues for the world of work.
Editorial Scope: The research published in this journal makes a clear contribution to linguistic theory by increasing our understanding of how language is acquired. The journal focuses on the acquisition of syntax, semantics, phonology and morphology, and considers theoretical, experimental and computational perspectives. Coverage includes solutions to the logical problem of language acquisition, as it arises for particular grammatical proposals; discussion of acquisition data relevant to current linguistic questions; and perspectives derived from second language acquisition, language-impaired speakers, and other domains of cognition. Audience: Researchers and professionals in linguistics and psycholinguistics, and developmentalists. Instructions to Contributors: Detailed instructions can be found at the journals web site at: www.LanguageAcquisition.org For more information, visit the publishers web site at: www.LEAonline.com
The journal addresses interested linguistics, ethnologists, and other researchers working with linguistic and cultural data. The journal especially offers contributions to the following disciplines: linguistic data processing and archiving, speech data recordings, computer tools for linguistic data as well as papers on relevant developments in the area of language archiving.
Language Arts and Linguistics publishes research articles connecting linguistics and the creative verbal arts and media. An international, peer-reviewed journal, LAL seeks contributions from contemporary theoretical perspectives, using a variety of research methods, as well as articles focused on global languages, issues and texts. Language Arts areas include, but are not limited to, literature, fiction and drama, popular culture, film, other media and multiliteracies, critical and creative thinking, intercultural sensitivity, civics and ethics. LAL takes a broad view of both text and language, encompassing traditional texts, issues and approaches, but setting these into a broad continuum of spoken, performed, written and media texts. We have a strength in Asian topics, but strongly welcome papers from around the globe, as well as research work from all linguistics approaches and cross-disciplinary work.
Language Awareness encourages and disseminates work which explores the following: the role of explicit knowledge about language in the process of language learning; the role that such explicit knowledge about language plays in language teaching and how such knowledge can best be mediated by teachers; the role of explicit knowledge about language in language use: e.g. sensitivity to bias in language, manipulative aspects of language, literary use of language. It is also a goal of Language Awareness to encourage the establishment of bridges between the language sciences and other disciplines within or outside educational contexts.
This international journal publishes theoretical and empirical studies on the relationship between language and culture, establishing itself as a forum for the discussion of issues such as ethnicity and national identity and the historical, social and organisational forces that shape the development of language programmes. It considers mainstream research in education, sociology, psychology, politics, public administration, cultural studies and language itself to provide practical guidelines for the design and implementation of language curricula with cultural objectives, at the same time as considering organisational factors in the school and community. As well as general issues, the content of the journal is supplemented by the publication of special issues on particular topics.
Language Documentation & Conservation (LD&C) is a fully refereed, open-access journal sponsored by the National Foreign Language Resource Center and published exclusively in electronic form by the University of Hawai‘i Press. LD&C publishes papers on all topics related to language documentation and conservation, including, but not limited to, the goals of language documentation, data management, fieldwork methods, ethical issues, orthography design, reference grammar design, lexicography, methods of assessing ethnolinguistic vitality, archiving matters, language planning, areal survey reports, short field reports on endangered or underdocumented languages, reports on language maintenance, preservation, and revitalization efforts, plus software, hardware, and book reviews.
Language Dynamics and Change -- Edited by Sören Wichmann and Jeff Good. Language Dynamics and Change (LDC) covers both new and traditional aspects of the study of language change. Work on any language or language family is welcomed, as long as it bears on topics that are also of theoretical interest. A particular focus is on new developments in the field arising from the accumulation of extensive databases of dialect variation and typological distributions, spoken corpora, parallel texts, and comparative lexicons, which allow for the application of new types of quantitative approaches to diachronic linguistics. Moreover, the journal will serve as an outlet for increasingly important interdisciplinary work on such topics as the evolution of language, archaeology and linguistics (‘archaeolinguistics’), human genetic and linguistic prehistory, and the computational modeling of language dynamics. For more information or to submit an article go to the journal webpage: www.brill.nl/ldc
Half-Yearly Journal devoted to the studies of Language and Literature. It is published in Jan. and June every year. It publishes papers on curriculum planning, linguistic analyses of Indian languages and dialects, comparative literature, and linguistics and literature in general.
Language Learning is a scientific journal dedicated to the understanding of language learning broadly defined. It publishes research articles that systematically apply methods of inquiry from disciplines including psychology, linguistics, cognitive science, educational inquiry, neuroscience, ethnography, sociolinguistics, sociology, and semiotics. It is concerned with fundamental theoretical issues in language learning such as child, second, and foreign language acquisition, language education, bilingualism, literacy, language representation in mind and brain, culture, cognition, pragmatics, and intergroup relations.
Editorial Scope Language Learning and Development (LL&D) is the official journal of the Society for Language Development. The journal serves as a vehicle for interaction among the broad community of scholars and practitioners who investigate language learning, including language learning in infancy, childhood, and across the lifespan; language in both typical and atypical populations and in both native- and second-language learning. LL&D welcomes scholars who pursue diverse approaches to understanding all aspects of language acquisition, including biological, social, and cross-cultural influences, and who employ experimental, observational, ethnographic, comparative, neuroscientific, and formal methods of investigation. The journal is multidisciplinary and seeks to examine language development in all of its many guises. Among the many issues LL&Dwill explore are biological versus environmental factors in language development; learning in humans versus animals; learning of signed versus spoken language; computer models of learning; and how neurotechnology and visualization of the brain inform our understanding of language learning and development. Audience Scholars in psychology, linguistics, computer science, cognitive science, education, speech and hearing sciences/communication disorders, and anthropology will be especially interested in this journal. Instructions to Contributors Language Learning and Development publishes refereed and invited articles reporting original research or theory. Submitted manuscripts should be double-spaced-including title page, text, tables, figures, references, notes, and appendixes-and must adhere to the guidelines of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (5th ed.). The first page should include the title, name(s), and affiliation(s) of author(s) and full contact addresses for correspondence (including e-mail). The second page should include an abstract of not more that 150 words. The text of the manuscript should begin on the third page, without repeating the title. Use either American or British spelling consistently within an article. Manuscripts should normally be no more than 25 to 30 double-spaced pages (including references, notes, and tables). Minimize the number of notes. Tables and figures should be placed after the references, each on a separate page with an indication in the text of where they should be. Submissions should be emailed to email@example.com. Include in the e-mail the title of the paper, the authors, and the abstract. The preferred form of submission is a PDF file including all tables and figures, with any special fonts (e.g., IPA) embedded. It is also possible to submit the manuscript and tables as a Word .doc or .rtf file, with figures in a separate .jpg or .gif file. After acceptance, a final version of the article will be required on diskette/CD as well as in hard copy. Forthcoming Articles Volume 1, Issue 1, 2005 L.A. Gerken, R. Aslin, A Legacy on Infant Speech Perception: The Contribution of Peter W. Jusczyk. L. Gleitman, K. Cassidy, R. Nappa, A. Papafragou, J. Trueswell, Hard Words: Multiple Cues to Vocabulary Growth. M. Thomas, A. Karmiloff-Smith, Can Developmental Disorders Reveal the Component Parts of the Human Language Faculty? M. Baker, Mapping the Terrain of Language Acquisition. JOIN THE SOCIETY FOR LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT/GET LL&D JRL FOR FREE Go to the Journal URL at the website for Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.
Language Learning & Technology is a refereed journal which began publication in July 1997. The journal seeks to disseminate research to foreign and second language educators in the US and around the world on issues related to technology and language education. Language Learning & Technology is sponsored and funded by the University of Hawai'i National Foreign Language Resource Center (NFLRC) and the Michigan State University Center for Language Education And Research (CLEAR), and is co-sponsored by Apprentissage des Langues et Systàmes d'Information et de Communication (ALSIC), the Australian Technology Enhanced Language Learning Consortium (ATELL), the Center for Applied Linguistics (CAL), the Computer Assisted Language Instruction Consortium (CALICO), the European Association for Computer Assisted Language Learning (EUROCALL), the International Association for Language Learning Technology (IALLT), and the University of Minnesota Center for Advanced Research on Language Acquisition (CARLA). Language Learning & Technology is a fully-refereed journal with an editorial board of scholars in the fields of second language acquisition and computer-assisted language learning. The focus of the publication is not technology per se, but rather issues related to language learning and language teaching, and how they are affected or enhanced by the use of technologies. Language Learning & Technology is published exclusively on the World Wide Web. In this way, the journal seeks to (a) reach a broad audience in a timely manner, (b) provide a multimedia format which can more fully illustrate the technologies under discussion, and (c) provide hypermedia links to related background information. Language Learning & Technology is currently published three times per year (January, May, September).
"Language Learning in Higher Education" deals with the most relevant aspects of language acquisition at university. The CercleS journal presents the outcomes of research on language teaching, blended learning and autonomous learning, language assessment as well as aspects of professional development, quality assurance and university language policy. Its aim is to increase the quality of language teaching and learning programmes offered by university language centres and other providers in higher education by presenting new models and by disseminating the best results of research activities carried out at language centres and in other higher education departments.
*Listed in the Thomson Reuters Journal Citation Reports® In essence our purpose is to provide a journal of international standing with a unique African flavour which focuses on multilingualism in Africa. Although our general focus remains on multilingualism and related issues, we plan to focus on a different special theme annually. These themes may embrace a wide spectrum of language matters of current relevance in Southern Africa. We also endorse a multidisciplinary approach to the study of language and welcome contributions not only from sociolinguists, psycholinguists and the like, but also from educationalists, language practitioners, computer analysts and engineers anyone who has a genuine interest in and contribution to the study of language. We hope to contribute to the language debate on all African languages and regard sub-Saharan Africa as our specific domain.
Language Perils addresses terminology used in a wide variety of the world's languages in insurance, reinsurance, risk management, employee benefits, healthcare, and related fields such as law and financial services. From time to time, we also examine terminology in non-insurance sectors, such as politics and technology, when professionals in insurance and related fields have a business interest in concepts developed in those sectors. By focusing on words, terms, and concepts within one language and across two or more languages, our e-journal seeks to untangle the apparently confusing and to translate the unfamiliar into the familiar. Our goal: to bring clarity to the increasingly complex and increasingly multilingual insurance marketplace. Published periodically, Language Perils uses an unorthodox approach to inform and engage our readers. Some articles describe market practices through local terminology, another compares coverage in two markets, one argues in favor of a reformulation of the definition of a familiar concept, others define relatively new concepts or complex terminology, another allows readers to contribute to a listing of insurance terminology synonyms.
the first journal to combine language policy and language education policy Language Policy is a journal that will be of particular interest to scholars, students, specialists and policy-makers working in the fields of applied linguistics, language policy, sociolinguistics, and language education. It will also be of interest to heads of language academies and planning agencies. The study of the nature and possibilities of language policy and planning is a recent and rapidly growing field. Worldwide developments pertaining to major imperial and national languages, multilingualism, the stampede towards English, the endangerment of large and small languages, national and ethnic efforts to slow the process, language rights, and monolingual policies have turned language policy and language education policy into burgeoning fields for research and activity. A distinguishing feature of this journal is its combination of language policy and educational policy. Whereas often the two main components of language policy are seen as policies concerning the status of languages and policies concerning the form of languages, the editorial board of this journal follows Cooper (1989) in adding a third key area: acquisition policies pertaining to the teaching and learning of languages. The reason for this is twofold: decisions about which languages should be used or taught in school are the most common language policy decisions; and language education issues can only be understood in the widest social, ethnic, religious, political, cultural and economic contexts. Language Policy aims to contribute to the maturity of the field by publishing high-quality studies that will help build a sound theoretical understanding of the subject area. The journal seeks to publish papers that deal with the widest range of cases, situations and regions.
This international multi-lingual journal publishes articles primarily on political, sociological, and economic aspects of language and language use. It is especially concerned with relationships between and among language communities, particularly in international contexts, and in the adaptation, manipulation, and standardization of language for international use. Articles deal with language policy, language management, and language use in international organizations, multinational enterprises, etc., and theoretical studies on global communication, language interaction, and language conflict. Language Problems and Language Planning is published in cooperation with the Center for Research and Documentation on World Language Problems.
Founded in 1965 as Language Education and christened with its current title in 1966, Language Research is a Korean-language linguistics quarterly whose English-language edition has been published biannually as well since vol. 20, in 1984. Language Research publishes diverse studies on both general linguistics (e. g., phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, pragmatics) and applied linguistics (e. g., psycholinguistics, sociolinguistics, historical linguistics, computational linguistics, contrastive analysis, discourse analysis).
Language Resources and Evaluation is the first publication devoted to the acquisition, creation, annotation, management, and use of language resources, together with methods for their evaluation. Language resources include language data and descriptions used to assist and augment language processing applications, such as written or spoken corpora and lexica, multimodal resources, grammars, terminology or domain specific databases and dictionaries, ontologies, multimedia databases, etc., as well as tools for their acquisition, preparation, annotation, management, customization, and use. Evaluation of language resources involves assessment the state-of-the-art for a given technology, comparison of approaches, validation of results, benchmarking, and assessment of system usability and user satisfaction.
Forum for debate, conducted so as to be of interest to the widest possible audience, on conceptual and theoretical issues in the various branches of general linguistics.
Language Teaching abstracting journal is designed for professionals who need an easy reference to current research in second and foreign language education. It brings together in one journal the latest findings in international research in language teaching and learning. Each four-part volume contains around 700 abstracts reporting research in over 150 multilingual periodicals from around the world. Each issue also features a specially commissioned state-of-the-art review article, ranging across topics as important and diverse as language assessment, task-based learning and teaching, intercultural competence, pronunciation teaching, and language policy. An ever-popular annual research round-up also identifies significant and emerging research trends in language learning and teaching.
Language Teaching Research supports and develops investigation and research within the area of second or foreign language teaching. Research of both a quantitative and qualitative (including ethnographic) orientation is of interest to the journal, as is work related to the teaching of any second language, not just English. A wide range of topics within the area of language teaching is covered, including issues concerned with programme, syllabus and materials design, methodology, the teaching of specific skills and language for specific purposes. URL- https://online.sagepub.com/cgi/register
Language Testing is an international peer reviewed journal that publishes original research on language testing and assessment. Since 1984 it has featured high impact papers covering theoretical issues, empirical studies, and reviews. The journal's wide scope encompasses first and second language testing and assessment of English and other languages, and the use of tests and assessments as research and evaluation tools. Many articles also contribute to methodological innovation and the practical improvement of testing and assessment internationally. In addition, the journal publishes submissions that deal with policy issues, including the use of language tests and assessments for high stakes decision making in fields as diverse as education, employment and international mobility. The journal welcomes the submission of papers that deal with ethical and philosophical issues in language testing, as well as technical matters. Also of concern is research into the washback and impact of language test use, and ground-breaking uses of assessments for learning. Additionally, the journal wishes to publish replication studies that help to embed and extend our knowledge of generalisable findings in the field. Language Testing is committed to encouraging interdisciplinary research, and is keen to receive submissions which draw on theory and methodology from different fields of applied linguistics, as well as educational measurement, and other relevant disciplines.
A peer-reviewed research journal that covers language testing methodology, backwash, reliability, validity and all aspects of evaluation. Papers come from Japan, China, Southeast Asia, the Middle East, the Indian subcontinent and indeed anywhere within the broad definition of Asia.
Language Under Discussion is an open-access peer-reviewed journal devoted to promoting open-minded debate on central questions in the study of language, from all relevant disciplinary and theoretical perspectives. Our journal seeks, unapologetically, to promote scholarly discussion of the “big” questions about language — such questions as: What kind of a thing is language? What is the nature of linguistic meaning? How to best conceptualize structure and regularity in human languages? What is the role language plays in culture and how do cultural phenomena reflect on language? What are the roles of cognition and communication in language? — We believe that specialized and applied studies are at their best when they are informed by a vision or model of language in general and reflect back on it, just as theoretical discussions are only truly valuable when grounded in empirical research.
Language Value publishes articles, review and commentary essays aiming to the interdisciplinary analysis of English language use. This international peer-reviewed journal is dedicated to the publication of contemporary articles on theoretical and applied linguistics and their pedagogical implications. Language Value seeks to become a scholarly arena for the exploration of the attitudes and values conveyed by users of the English language in different contexts and situations. Scholars, teachers and researchers interested in this topic are welcome to submit their proposals. The journal also accepts commentary articles. These will provide critiques on articles previously published in the journal and will be refereed in the same way as all the other articles. General comments will not be accepted; commentary articles must be a substantial contribution to already published work and should encourage discussion among authors and readers. The journal publishes book and multimedia reviews relevant to the field of Linguistics. Please contact the Editors if you wish to send a copy of a volume or product to be reviewed in the journal. Language Value, the first online journal published by Universitat Jaume I, is edited at least once a year by the Department of English Studies. Language Value is currently indexed in ISOC (Centro de Información y Documentación Científica (CINDOC) del CSIC)
Dedicated exclusively to the study of linguistic variation and the capacity to deal with systematic and inherent variation in synchronic and diachronic linguistics.
"Language and Cognition" is a venue for the publication of high quality peer-reviewed research of a theoretical and/or empirical/experimental nature, focusing on the interface between language and cognition. It publishes research from the full range of subject disciplines, theoretical backgrounds, and analytical frameworks that populate the language and cognitive sciences, on a wide range of topics. Research published in the journal adopts an interdisciplinary, comparative, multi-methodological approach to the study of language and cognition and their intersection. Representative topics published in the journal: - interdisciplinary methods of investigations in the linguistic and cognitive sciences - theories and models of language in the mind - gesture and communication - psycholinguistic processing - neurolinguistics - origins and evolution of language and mind - human linguistic and conceptual development - non-human communication and cognition - symbolic cognition (the nature of semantic and conceptual representations; language, creativity and imagination; figurative language and thought; blending) - language, cognition, and behaviour (the cognitive dimension of linguistic socialisation; the intersection between language, thought and culture; discourse and embodied practice) - language as a window onto cognition (the relationship between linguistic structure and cognitive processes; language and its influences on thought) - applications of cognitive perspectives onto language for language education, therapy, translation practice, forensics, and more. Further information about the Cognitive Linguistics Association of the United Kingdom (UK-CLA) is available at the society's website www.uk-cla.org.uk. The UK-CLA journal "Language and Cognition" has its own website that can be accessed at www.languageandcognition.net. Any further queries can be addressed to Vyvyan Evans (firstname.lastname@example.org).
In our post-Cartesian times human abilities are regarded as integrated and interacting abilities. Speaking, thinking, perceiving, having emotions need to be studied in interaction. Integration and interaction take place in dialogue. Scholars are called upon to go beyond reductive methods of abstraction and division and to take up the challenge of coming to terms with the complex whole. The conclusions drawn from reasoning about human behaviour in the humanities and social sciences have finally been proven by experiments in the natural sciences, especially neurology and sociobiology. What happens in the black box, can now, at least in part, be made visible. The journal intends to be an explicitly interdisciplinary journal reaching out to any discipline dealing with human abilities on the basis of consilience or the unity of knowledge. It is the challenge of post-Cartesian science to tackle the issue of how body, mind and language are interconnected and dialogically put to action. The journal invites papers which deal with ‘language and dialogue’ as an integrated whole in different languages and cultures and in different areas: everyday, institutional and literary, in theory and in practice, in business, in court, in the media, in politics and academia. In particular the humanities and social sciences are addressed: linguistics, literary studies, pragmatics, dialogue analysis, communication and cultural studies, applied linguistics, business studies, media studies, studies of language and the law, philosophy, psychology, cognitive sciences, sociology, anthropology and others. The journal Language and Dialogue is associated with the book series Dialogue Studies, edited by Edda Weigand. This journal is peer reviewed and indexed in: MLA, LB, LLBA
LANGUAGE and EDUCATION An International Journal Editor: Viv Edwards (University of Reading) Book Review Editor: Kendall King (New York University) Language & Education provides a forum for the discussion of recent topics and issues in the language disciplines which have an immediate bearing upon thought and practice in education. Articles draw from their subject matter important and well-communicated implications for one or more of the following: curriculum, pedagogy or evaluation in education. The task of this quarterly journal is to encourage language specialists and language in education researchers to organise, construe and present their material in such a way as to highlight its educational implications, thereby influencing educational theorists and practitioners and therefore educational outcomes for individual children. Articles draw from their subject matter important and well-communicated implications for one or more of the following: curriculum, pedagogy or evaluation in education. An extensive book review section keeps the readership informed about new titles in the area. This long established and highly respected journal continues to enjoy a steadily increasing circulation, making it one of the most important places of publication for papers in its field.
Language and Information Society publishes research on linguistic theory and applied linguistics (language education, second language acquisition, cognitive linguistics, etc.). The journal is published twice annually in May and in November and published a special edition in February.
Language and Language Teaching (LLT) is a peer-reviewed periodical. It is not an ELT periodical. It focuses on the theory and practice of language-teaching and English is only one of the languages one might consider. Since there are already many journals devoted to ELT, we particularly welcome articles dealing with other languages. Papers are invited for the forthcoming issues.
Language and Law/Linguagem e Direito is an international online bilingual journal published biannually. The international editorial board includes researchers from the fields of linguistics, law, criminology, computer science, among others. The journal, which aims to encourage the dissemination of research in the field, has a rigorous system of blind peer reviewing. It is aimed at established academics and researchers, students and practitioners, from all over the world, by publishing articles, book reviews and PhD abstracts covering all topics related to Legal Language, Interaction in Legal Contexts and Language as Evidence.
Language and Law / Linguagem e Direito is the new international bilingual bi-annual journal dedicated to Forensic Linguistics / Language and Law. The journal has assembled a highly distinguished International Advisory Board to assist the Editorial team. Language and Law / Linguagem e Direito is completely electronic and freely available for everyone to download at http://llld.linguisticaforense.pt. Because Language and Law has no printing costs it can be extremely flexible to individual author's requirements: not only can it publish quickly all the high quality articles it receives, but also it can cope with long appendices, reproduce in colour illustrations, photographs and tables, as well embed sound files and hyperlinks. Although in submitting an article authors cede to the journal the right to publish and republish in the journal's two languages, we want to emphasise that copyright remains with the authors. Thus, if they wish to republish the article, they simply need to inform the editors; unlike with some journals no fee will be charged to either author or re-publisher. We chose the title Language and Law / Linguagem e Direito to indicate that we welcome articles across the whole spectrum of the discipline and from both practitioners and academic researchers. Thus, for example, this first issue includes contributions from a chief of police, a public prosecutor, a professional translator, a professional interpreter and two expert witnesses, as well as from academic lawyers and linguists. Until recently there has been comparatively little research activity on the interface between language and law in Brazil and Portugal, where we, the editors, currently work. However, recently an International Association for Language and Law for speakers of Portuguese (ALIDI) was founded to develop research in the area and all members will receive a copy of the journal. The language policy of the journal is to publish articles in both English and Portuguese with abstracts in both languages. While most Portuguese speaking academics now prefer to publish in English in order to access a larger audience, we will publish articles in Portuguese when appropriate, as for instance when an article is reporting on the analysis of Portuguese data.
Language and Linguistics is an international journal which has been included in the LLBA, MLA, SSCI and A&HCI citation indexes. It publishes research in general or theoretical linguistics. Its areas of interest include the languages of East Asia and the Pacific Region, thus compassing (inter alia) Sino-Tibetan, Austronesian, Austroasiatic and Altaic. Contributions may be in the form of articles or reviews. Reviews are of two types: reviews of any recent books or review articles on particularly noteworthy or thought-provoking new articles or books. Correspondence concerning submissions, either article or review, or editorial matters should be directed to the Chief Editor at email@example.com
Language and Linguistics in Melanesia (originally Kivung) is a peer-reviewed linguistic journal which has historically provided an effective forum for linguistic thought in Melanesia and the wider South Pacific region. LLM Online seeks to publish original articles dealing with the languages of Papua New Guinea and Melanesia. It is equally concerned with the regional creole languages, and with the application of linguistic research to language teaching. In addition, we encourage contributions exploring the universal principles of human language and cognition.
Language and Literature is an invaluable international journal covering the latest developments in stylistic analysis, the linguistic analysis of literature and related areas. With its uniquely broad coverage, the journal offers readers easy access to all the important new research relevant to stylistics. Refereed articles from international scholars ensure that readers are kept fully up to date with the best research worldwide. Topics covered include: literary and non-literary stylistics, the connection between stylistics, critical theory, linguistics and literary criticism, and their applications in teaching to native and non-native speaking students.
Language and Psychoanalysis is a fully peer reviewed online journal that publishes twice a year. It is the only interdisciplinary journal with a strong focus on the qualitative and quantitative analysis of language and psychoanalysis. The journal is also inclusive and not narrowly confined to the Freudian psychoanalytic theory. We welcome a wide range of original contributions that further the understanding of the interaction between Linguistic Analysis and Theory & Psychoanalytic Theories and Techniques. Any relevant manuscripts with an emphasis on language and psychoanalysis will be considered, including papers on methodology, theory, philosophy, child development, psychopathology, psychotherapy, consciousness studies, cognition, cross-cultural research, and case studies. The journal also publishes short research reports, book reviews, interviews, obituaries, and readers' comments.
Language and Semiotic Studies is a new peer-reviewed academic journal of international scope. Published by Soochow University Press, it is an authorized quarterly journal with an independent ISSN number (2096—031X) and CN number (32—1859/H /) granted by the State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television of the People’s Republic of China. With all its contents appearing in one language (English), the journal serves and supports the Chinese Association for Language and Semiotic Studies (founded at Soochow University in 1994) while it seeks to expand international exchange in the new century. The focus of Language and Semiotic Studies is language and signs. The journal reports and publishes high-quality research in the studies of language, literature, translation, language education, communication and culture from linguistic and semiotic perspectives. From time to time, we publish special issues devoted to topics of particular interest. Manuscripts are requested to be submitted through e-mail attachments to firstname.lastname@example.org and there is no rigid limit to the length of manuscripts, provided that they are not exceedingly long. All submissions should contain an abstract, keywords, and a short bionote, and be formatted according to APA style.
Language and Sociocultural Theory is an international journal devoted to the study of language from the perspective of Vygotskian sociocultural theory. Articles appearing in the journal may draw upon research in the following fields of study: linguistics and applied linguistics, psychology and cognitive science, anthropology, cultural studies, and education. Particular emphasis is placed on applied research grounded on sociocultural theory where language is central to understanding cognition, communication, culture, learning and development. The journal especially focuses on research that explores the role of language in the theory itself, including inner and private speech, internalization, verbalization, gesticulation, cognition, conceptual development, etc). Work that explores connections between sociocultural theory and meaning-based theories of language also fits the journal’s scope. Publication and Frequency 2 issues per volume year, April and September (commencing 2014) ISSN 2051-9699 (print) ISSN 2051-9702 (online)
Forum for communication among researchers in the disciplines that contribute to our understanding of the production, perception, processing, learning, use, and disorders of speech and language.
International journal of sociolinguistics concerned with all branches of speech and language as aspects of social life.
Language, Interaction and Acquisition Langage, Interaction et Acquisition Editor-in-Chief Maya Hickmann, CNRS - Université Paris 8 Editors Marianne Gullberg, Lund University Daniel Véronique, Université de Provence Co-editors Dominique Bassano, Centre CNRS UPS-Pouchet Sandra Benazzo, Université Lille 3 Marion Blondel, CNRS - Université Paris 8 ISSN: 1879-7865 E-ISSN: 1879-7873 LIA is a bilingual English-French journal that publishes original theoretical and empirical research of high scientific quality at the forefront of current debates concerning language acquisition. It covers all facets of language acquisition among different types of learners and in diverse learning situations, with particular attention to oral speech and/or to signed languages. Topics include the acquisition of one or more foreign languages, of one or more first languages, and of sign languages, as well as learners’ use of gestures during speech; the relationship between language and cognition during acquisition; bilingualism and situations of linguistic contact – for example pidginisation and creolisation. The bilingual nature of LIA aims at reaching readership in a wide international community, while simultaneously continuing to attract intellectual and linguistic resources stemming from multiple scientific traditions in Europe, thereby remaining faithful to its original French anchoring. LIA is the direct descendant of the French-speaking journal AILE.
LLCS is a specialised plurilingual journal issued by the Department of Foreign Languages and Intercultural Communication of the Military Technical Academy. The journal appears biannually since 2008 each number consisting of either various contributions or contributions on themes of mutual interest. LLCS publishes research articles and reviews in the following domains: literature, literature and civilisation, comparative literature and civilization, cultural studies, linguistics, applied linguistics, translation studies, foreign language acquisition, foreign language teaching.
Arguably the innovation that is having the greatest cultural, societal, economic, and political impact is the Internet. As a consequence, there are fewer fields in the humanities and the social sciences that have attracted as much attention as the effects of the Internet. One of the areas that is involved prominently in the Internet in many ways is language. Language is involved in the many communicative functions performed in and through the Internet, from medical counselling through advertising to scientific discourse and personal communication. At the same time, the specific technical and pragmatic conditions of use have given rise to uses of language in a new mode that, while related to both written and spoken language, appears in many ways to represent a new language medium in its own right, in competition with the two other language media, and certainly with new communicative genres, such as different versions of email, chats, newsgroups, lists, MUDs, MOOs, guestbooks etc. These new genres are exploited by different societal uses in different ways, they have new floor rules, new rules of cooperation, and they involve new social roles, new networks, as well as psycho-social and emotional effects and perceptions of the communicative situation that are not identical to the ones observed with comparable written and spoken genres. These effects are managed, produced and manipulated by language, and, the other way round, the use of language reflects these perceptions. As a consequence, there new uses and new use types, resulting in many facets of language change, and ultimately in structural change. A new branch of language use, if not structure, is evolving. Language@Internet will focus research the pivotal role of language under the new medial conditions of use and interacting with the various societal domains. Linguistic concerns, including sociolinguistic, discourse analytic, pragmatic perspectives will be at the center of interest, but it will have to include the conditions, functions and constraints of these societal domains, as they will be factors in shaping language and being themselves transformed in their practice in the process. In order for society to be able to exploit and implement these new uses, there has to be a body of scientific knowledge for these domains to draw upon in application and teaching. The purpose of this journal is not only to enhance our linguistic body of knowledge, but also to make available a repository of knowledge for application. Hithertoo, such a body of knowledge focusing on language, to the extent it exists, was not available in a centralized form, but rather scattered over quite a range of publications, even in MA theses, impeding fast access to the state of research, a natural consequence of the fact that scientific interest in language use in the medium comes from very diverse perspectives and that the use of the Internet as grown-up means of communication met with less than full cultural confidence from more conservative quarters. It is the purpose of the journal to make available this body of research in an easy way that is congenial to the subject of research, the Internet, and that exploits all the advantages over traditional ways of publication, including time and cost involved in publication. To ensure hightest standards, Language@Internet works with a high-class specialised editorial board. Articles will be subjected to the same multiple blind peer reviewing process as with quality paper journals.
Languages (ISSN 2226-471X) is an international, open access scholarly journal whose central concern is the promotion of understanding of the diverse aspects of the world’s languages along three dimensions: 1. Languages in Space (including geopolitical, sociological, psychological, neurobiological and educational perspectives). 2. Languages in Time (including evolutionary, real-time processing, acquisitional and life-span developmental perspectives). 3. Languages in Interaction (including perspectives from research on translation, language mixing, cross-language and cross-modal influences and cross-cultural communication). Languages aims to present discussions and developments of multidisciplinary research and thereby generate broad and practical applications for the study of languages in the world of today. Languages welcomes contributions from scholars and researchers working within any linguistic and theoretical approach. Languages publishes articles, reviews, commentaries, and communications without restrictions on a submission’s length. The working language is English; however, research on all languages is welcome.
Languages and Linguistics is a world forum for the study of natural languages, with a special focus on the languages in use in Africa and the Middle East. The journal brings together research from English, French and Arabic traditions, publishing significant work on phonology, morphology, syntax, lexis and semantics, sociolinguistics, pragmatics, discourse analysis, applied linguistics, language acquisition, computational linguistics and variation and comparative studies.
Languages in Contrast aims to publish contrastive studies of two or more languages. Any aspect of language may be covered, including vocabulary, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, pragmatics, text and discourse, stylistics, sociolinguistics and psycholinguistics. Languages in Contrast welcomes interdisciplinary studies, particularly those that make links between contrastive linguistics and translation, lexicography, computational linguistics, language teaching, literary and linguistic computing, literary studies and cultural studies. Languages in Contrast provides a home for contrastive linguistics. It enables advocates of different theoretical linguistic frameworks topublish in a single publication to the benefit of all involved in contrastive research. Languages in Contrast provides a forum to explore the theoretical status of the field; stimulates research into a wide range of languages; and helps to give the field of contrastive linguistics a distinct identity.
Languages of the Caucasus is a free open-source peer-reviewed electronic journal that will publish linguistic research on languages of the Caucasus. See the website for our goals, submission procedure, style sheet, etc.
Published since 1975, Langues et linguistique is now an open access journal publishing peer-reviewed articles in the field of linguistics. The journal publishes original research articles, review papers, case reports and short notes in all areas of language and linguistics. Papers in English and French can be submitted from any discipline related to speech and language sciences, such as phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, lexicology, terminology, translation, applied linguistics, sociolinguistics and clinical linguistics.
The Latin American Journal of Content & Language Integrated Learning (LACLIL) is a peer-reviewed journal focused on CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Learning), multilingualism, interculturalism, and CALL (computer-assisted language learning). LACLIL welcomes submissions in (but not necessarily limited to) the following areas: - educational approaches in which additional languages are used for the learning and teaching of both content and language (CLIL). - language learning, teaching, and/or evaluation practices aimed at fostering cognition and metacognition though language or content. - the use of information and communication technologies to foster communicative competences enhancing cognition, metacognition, and the learning of language, content, or both. - the learning of culture and/or intercultural competences in or through additional languages. - teacher professional development initiatives in the aforementioned areas.
Le discours et la langue is a Belgian journal that publishes papers on discourse analysis. The first issue was published in 2009. The main topics are enunciative discourse analysis, discourse semantics and new corpora.
Since its founding in 1956, "Lebende Sprachen" [Living Languages] has been the leading German journal for foreign languages in research and practice. It contains articles and reviews on language in general and also covers topics on specific languages and cultures, living languages and the life of language. The spectrum of topics includes interlingual phenomena such as diverse facets of translating and interpreting in theory and practice as well as various aspects of translation studies. Furthermore, the journal focuses on intralingual issues in applied linguistics and e.g. in sociolinguistics such as the change of text type and discourse conventions. Glossaries have always been a traditional feature of "Lebende Sprachen": From 2011 on they will no longer appear in print but will be published exclusively in the online edition. "Lebende Sprachen" is directed at professionals such as translators, interpreters, linguists, philologists, lexicologists, terminologists and students of these fields. Key features: • Leading journal for translation studies, translators, terminologists and linguists • Internationally recognized publishing medium for scholars in translation studies for more than 50 years • Forum for outstanding junior scholars • Contributions on issues across languages and on specific languages and cultures • Thorough, detailed articles ensure adequate coverage of topics • High article quality due to peer review and editing • Reaches readers from around the world due to the publication languages English and German • Published in print as well as in Reference Global • Excellent research resource due to online access to all previous volumes
The Leiden Working Papers in Linguistics publish work of linguists affiliated with the Leiden Centre for Linguistics (http://www.ulcl.leidenuniv.nl), its guests and invited speakers. There will be around two regular volumes a year, as well as volumes of workshops and conference proceedings. The articles are available free of charge in electronic form.
Lengua y Migración (Language and Migration) is a Journal edited by the Universidad de Alcala (Spain) since 2009. Lengua y Migración (Language and Migration) publishes original, theoretical, empirical and methodological articles analyzing the linguistic and communicative reality of migration, taking care of the study of all the social and linguistic elements which they concur in the process of sociolinguistic integration, including acquisition of second languages. Lengua y Migración (Language and Migration) publishes papers studying sociolinguistic and sociological aspects related to the migratory processes in any region or community around world, as well as processes where speakers of different or same languages are implied. Lengua y Migración (Language and Migration) publishes papers and book reviews in Spanish and English.
Over the past 20 years, the phonological theory and studies on language variation have gained a new breath in Brazil, especially after the emergence of post-generative models (Lexical Phonology, Autossegmental and Metric Models, Optimality Theory...). Phonologists have also given more attention to speech data, thus, linguistic variability. The proposal for volume 28 of the journal Letras & Letras accepts papers that investigate phonological variation, the application of many different post-generative phonological models with data from several languages − including indigenous languages −, the acquisition of the phonological system and also researches addressing phonology and variation applied to language teaching, due to the relevance of these topics to Linguistics in general.
The Letras de Hoje Journal is a peer-reviewed, open access journal. It is a quarterly publication from the Graduate Program in Letters at the Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio Grande do Sul (PUCRS, Brazil) and aims to publish original works related to the areas of Linguistics, Literary Theory, Literature, and the Portuguese Language, among others.
The Letrônica Digital Journal is a peer-reviewed, online publication by the Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio Grande do Sul and aims to disseminate previously unpublished studies in the areas of Linguistics and Literature. We accept papers in English and Portuguese.
A revista Letrônica, com classificação Qualis B2, é uma publicação semestral, eletrônica e está vinculada ao Programa de Pós-Graduação em Letras da Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio Grande do Sul. A revista tem por objetivo divulgar trabalhos inéditos relacionados às áreas de Linguística e Literatura.
Leuvense Bijdragen is an international journal for studies in General linguistics, Germanic linguistics and Germanic philology. Founded in 1896, it continues to provide an open-minded forum for high-quality contributions to all fields of General linguistics, to the linguistic analysis of the Germanic languages, and to the philological study of the older literary tradition (up to the 18th century) of those languages.
Published annually since 1985, this international yearbook covers all topics in the field of lexicography, including e.g. dictionary making, lexicographic theory, the history of lexicography, as well as computational lexicography. It publishes articles on monolingual and bilingual lexicography, for both general language and specialized languages. Each yearbook contains a thematic part with detailed articles selected from a specific call. In addition, each volume includes submitted articles on any lexicographic topic, conference reports, book reviews and notes on lexicography in higher education. Articles are in English, German and some also in French, reviewed by at least two of the editors. "Lexicographica" is complemented by the companion book series "Lexicographica. Series Maior", which publishes monographs and collective volumes in the field of lexicography. Rufus H. Gouws, University of Stellenbosch, South Africa; Ulrich Heid, University of Stuttgart; Stefan Schierholz, University of Erlangen; Wolfgang Schweickard; University of Saarbrücken; Herbert Ernst Wiegand, University of Heidelberg. Lexicographica is covered by the following abstracting and indexing services: - Dietrich's Index Philosophicus - Germanistik - IBR International Bibliography of Book Reviews in Scholarly Literature in the Humanities and Social Sciences - IBZ International Bibliography of Periodical Literature in the Humanities and Social Sciences
Lexicons of Early Modern English is a growing historical database offering scholars unprecedented access to early books and manuscripts documenting the growth and development of the English language. With more than 660,000 word-entries from 199 monolingual, bilingual, and polyglot dictionaries, glossaries, and linguistic treatises, encyclopedic and other lexical works from the beginning of printing in England to 1702, as well as tools updated annually, LEME sets the standard for modern linguistic research on the English language. LEME provides exciting opportunities for research for historians of the English language. More than a half-million word-entries devised by contemporary speakers of early modern English describe the meaning of words, and their equivalents in languages such as French, Italian, Spanish, Latin, Greek, Hebrew, and other tongues encountered then in Europe, America, and Asia.
Son objet est l'étude du lexique, en lui-même et comme carrefour d'autres domaines de la linguistique: lexicologie, lexicographie, morphologie constructionnelle, morphologie flexionnelle, syntaxe, phonologie, pragmatique. Lexique produit des données, avance des hypothèses, confronte des modèles. La revue est destinée aux linguistes, aux lexicographes, aux spécialistes et professionnels de l'édition et des industries de la langue, au public enseignant et aux étudiants de lettres, de langues et de sciences du langage.
I am very happy to announce the publication of Lexis, E-journal in: English Lexicology. This e-journal can be found at: http://screcherche.univ-lyon3.fr/lexis The aim of Lexis, an e-journal with an international scientific committee (ISSN 1951-6215) is to publish articles about the English lexicon with 2 annual thematic issues, as well as a "book-review" section and some special issues (conference proceedings), from a synchronic as well as from a diachronic angle. If the principal aim of the journal is the study of the English lexicon (its formation, its morphology, its evolution, its links with the society, with culture, etc.), the journal could also focus on the links between lexicology and morphology, phonology, syntax, stylistics, etc. Contrastive studies especially with French can also be dealt with. The journal will accept articles in English and in French.
LiBRI. "Linguistic and Literary Broad Research and Innovation" is an online, scholarly, peer-reviewed, international journal for specialists in linguistics, literature, cultural studies, and related fields. The papers should be original unpublished papers, written in English or French. LiBRI is published twice a year in 2010 and three times a year as of 2011, with provision for one special edition. Our goal is to explore or survey the existing worlds of ideas and to chart new territories. We aim at linking with centres of excellence all over the world with the objective of offering authoritative coverage and references in focused and specialist humanistic disciplines and domains. Our ambition is to encourage and support innovative thinking.
Devoted to the problems of general linguistics.
'Lingua Legis' is a journal published under auspices of the Polish Society of Sworn and Specialist Translators, containing papers in Polish and summaries in English.
Lingua Sinica is dedicated to the scientific study of languages in China, as well as their various social and regional dialects. It publishes academic papers written in English that present theoretical significance while providing descriptive generalizations based on rigorous theoretical argumentation, replicable experimental design and/or comprehensive examination of collected and annotated linguistic data through field work or corpora. Lingua Sinica aims to provide a platform for exchanging ideas among leading researchers in Chinese linguistics and to maximize the visibility of Chinese linguistics internationally. As the first Open Access international journal of Chinese linguistics, Lingua Sinica also aims to achieve the widest possible visibility and optimal international impact of its published research and to help authors meet the growing demand by funding agencies to publish in Open Access journals. For more details, please visit http://www.springer.com/40655.
Linguamática is an open journal about natural language processing, with special focus on the spoken languages on the Iberic Peninsula, like Portuguese, Galician, Spanish, Catalan, Basque, Mirandese, Aranese and Asturian.
Languages Cultures Mediation, edited by the Department of Language Mediation and Intercultural Communication of Università degli Studi di Milano, is a peer-reviewed open-access journal which aims to investigate the linguistic and cultural phenomena characterising the contemporary world, and explore them in the context of the highly intricate web of historical, geographical, social and legal factors in which they are set.
The new Journal aims to create a virtual meeting place of discussion for classical and modern linguists and philologists to promote the spirit of collaboration and partnership among different languages and cultures. This Journal is a unique and original scientific initiative because it aims to overcome the current tendency towards divisive specialization among disciplines. In particular, it welcomes submissions which investigate how classical languages are still essential and have been highly vital and influential throughout our modern world. A privileged focus will be given to language teaching and learning. More specifically, the Journal will focus on how present-day language theories influence the analysis of ancient and classical languages and are influenced by it. We hope that, thanks to its aims, scope and free on-line access, the Journal will actively promote the connection between scientific research and language teaching.
Lingue e Linguaggi is an international and interdisciplinary journal in the areas of humanities, with particular emphasis on modern languages, linguistic analysis, literary criticism, and translation. It is published twice a year; every non-thematic issue will be followed by a thematic one. The journal, which accepts manuscripts in several languages including English, Italian, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian and Albanian, adopts a double-blind refereeing process.
"Lingue e linguaggio" nasce nel 2002 con l'obiettivo di offrire agli studiosi italiani e stranieri un luogo di discussione di respiro internazionale su temi riguardanti la linguistica generale e teorica, con una particolare attenzione alle aree di interazione con altre discipline, dalle neuroscienze all’informatica alle scienze cognitive. “Lingue e Linguaggio” pubblica lavori di ricerca originali e opera nel rispetto dei più alti standard qualitativi: double-blind peer review, comitato scientifico internazionale, cadenza regolare. Si occupa centralmente di teoria del linguaggio, dei vari livelli dell'analisi linguistica (fonologia, morfologia, sintassi, semantica, pragmatica) e della loro interazione, ma anche di linguistica computazionale, acquisizionale, variazionale e diacronica e di storia del pensiero linguistico. “Lingue e Linguaggio” pubblica contributi di natura sia teorica che descrittiva ed è aperta ai diversi orientamenti teorici offerti dalla linguistica contemporanea.
Linguistic Analysis is a research journal devoted to the publication of high quality articles in formal phonology, morphology, syntax and semantics. It has been in continuous publication since 1976.
LAB provides an outlet for cutting-edge, contemporary studies on bilingualism. LAB assumes a broad definition of bilingualism, including: adult L2 acquisition, simultaneous child bilingualism, child L2 acquisition, adult heritage speaker competence, L1 attrition in L2/Ln environments, and adult L3/Ln acquisition. LAB solicits high quality articles of original research assuming any cognitive science approach to understanding the mental representation of bilingual language competence and performance, including cognitive linguistics, emergentism/connectionism, generative theories, psycholinguistic and processing accounts, and covering typical and atypical populations.
Linguistic Discovery is dedicated to the description and analysis of primary linguistic data. The amazing linguistic diversity of our planet poses a great intellectual challenge to linguists as we attempt to define what aspects of language and language use are universal versus those which are particular to subsets of the world's languages. Linguistic Discovery provides a platform for linguists to explore these issues and to inform others about linguistic phenomena that deepen our understanding of language, as well our appreciation for it.
Linguistic Inquiry remains one of the most prominent journals in linguistics and is consistently ranked in the top 10 of all journals in the field by Thomson ISI. In this journal, the world's most celebrated linguists keep themselves and other readers informed of new theoretical developments based on the latest international scholarship. Linguistic Inquiry captures the excitement of contemporary debate in the field by publishing full-scale articles as well as shorter contributions (Squibs and Discussions) and more extensive commentary (Remarks and Replies). Edited by Samuel Jay Keyser, Linguistic Inquiry has featured many of the most important scholars in the discipline and continues to occupy a central position in linguistics research.
Linguistic Issues in Language Technology (LiLT) is a new open-access journal that focuses on relationships between linguistic insights, which can prove valuable to language technology, and language technology, which can enrich linguistic research. The Editorial Board of LiLT believes that, in conjunction with machine learning and statistical techniques, deeper and more sophisticated models of language are needed to make significant progress in newly emerging areas of computational language analysis. LiLT provides a forum for such work.
An international journal Editors: Elana Shohamy | Tel Aviv University | email@example.com Eliezer Ben-Rafael | Tel Aviv University | firstname.lastname@example.org Associate Editors: Monica Barni | University of Siena Robert Blackwood | University of Liverpool Tommaso M. Milani | University of Witwatersrand ISSN 2214-9953 | E-ISSN 2214-9961 | Electronic edition In this day and age languages surround us everywhere; languages appear in flashy advertisements and commercials, names of buildings, streets and shops, instructions and warning signs, graffiti and cyber space. The dynamic field of Linguistic Landscape (LL) attempts to understand the motives, uses, ideologies, language varieties and contestations of multiple forms of ‘languages’ as they are displayed in public spaces. The rapidly growing research in LL grants it increasing importance within the field of language studies. LL research is grounded in a variety of theories, from politics and sociology to linguistics, and education, geography, economics, and law. The new peer reviewed journal, Linguistic Landscape. An international journal (LL), plans to publish highly rigorous research anchored in a variety of disciplines. It is open to all research methodologies (e.g., qualitative, quantitative and others) and concerned with all domains and perspectives of LL. It will also include thematic issues around a given topic, book reviews and discussion forums. This journal is peer reviewed and indexed in: IBR/IBZ
Linguistic Research is a double-blind peer reviewed, international journal of general and theoretical linguistics published by the Institute for the Study of Language and Information, Kyung Hee University at Seoul. Founded in 1979, the journal publishes original pieces of research in all areas of language study. The journal in particular welcomes papers addressing analyses of modern languages from various fields of discipline including general linguistics (syntax, semantics, phonology, phonetics, pragmatics, discourse analysis, historical linguistics), computational linguistics, corpus linguistics, applied linguistics, and so forth. The journal is published both in print and electronically and the language of publication is English and Korean.
Following the founding of the Association for Linguistic Typology (ALT) in 1994, the launching of the journal LINGUISTIC TYPOLOGY under the auspices of ALT is another sign that typology is internationally consolidating its position. "Linguistic Typology" distinguishes itself as a forum for the typological community, catering to its special professional needs. In particular, these concern the empirical dimensions of the typological enterprise and the ensuing demands to coordinate research and keep track of a profusion of data and results. Therefore "Linguistic Typology" specifically encourages informed dialogue and the proper recording of past and present achievements. Its content structure is diversified, comprising the following regular and occasional elements: - articles with peer commentary, complementary articles, other interactive formats - independent articles - the Implications Register, documenting the implications on record, with known counter- examples, and gradually building up networks of registered implications - Language Profiles and Family Portraits, from a typological viewpoint - basic topical bibliographies -the Present Perfect, featuring highlights from typology as done in the past but persisting into the present (hence this section's title) -reviews, multiple reviews, book notices, literature surveys Linguistics is about languages, in the plural and with the universal quantifier understood. Typology is simultaneously about the diversity and uniformity of this universe. What typology thrives on is variation across languages; but what makes the typologist's day is co-variation, the discovery that logically independent variables have identical values in one language after another, or at any rate do not show all logically possible combinations of values. Hence typologists' preoccupation with implications, the relationship which holds when two variables are empirically interdependent. Typological research has been conducted for more than two centuries but, in view of the daunting complexity of its aims, progress was bound to be neither rapid nor comprehensive. Often, too much was lacking for typology to come into its own: - reliable, in-depth, and accessible information about less well documented languages (and these number in the thousands) - technology to store, retrieve, and sort the Information collected - well-chosen representative samples - sound descriptions of the languages sampled, not couched in extraneous formats - imagination, and perhaps serendipity, in probing for generalizations, and rigour in checking them against the evidence - theoretical sophistication - manpower, and, most importantly, mutual awareness and cooperation Such shortcomings have not gone unrecognized and unattended. Owing to numerous individual and collective efforts to give languages their due in linguistics, typology has been coming of age over the last few decades. Today's typology, done competently, is at the cutting edge of theoretical linguistics. With no party line to be followed, it will be poised to discover rather than rehash for some time to come. Its potential for applied linguistics is considerable, as is beginning to be appreciated by those who apply linguistics to more than one language. Language description is rarely done these days in blissful ignorance of what is on record about the possibilities and limits of typological variation. Cultural and cognitive anthropology stand to benefit from being pursued in conjunction with a typology that has long shed its ideological biases. "Linguistic Typology" is a double-blind peer-reviewed journal of international scope.
As of volume 11 (2011) Linguistic Variation is the continuation of the Linguistic Variation Yearbook. Linguistic Variation (LV) is an international, peer-reviewed journal that focuses on the theoretical study of linguistic variation. It seeks to investigate to what extent the study of linguistic variation can shed light on the broader issue of language-particular versus language-universal properties, on the interaction between what is fixed and necessary on the one hand and what is variable and contingent on the other. This enterprise involves properly defining and delineating the notion of linguistic variation, identifying possible loci of variation, investigating what the variable properties of natural language reveal about its underlying invariant core, and conversely, exploring the range and type of variation that arises from the interaction between several invariant principles. Empirically, these issues can be investigated on the level of both intra- and interlinguistic differences, of closely related languages (microvariation, dialectology) and larger typological groups (macrovariation). Theoretically, these questions can be addressed from the point of view of syntax, morphology, phonology, phonetics, acquisition, psycholinguistics and semantics. Linguistic Variation aims to provide a forum for the discussion of these and related topics. It welcomes both empirically and theoretically oriented papers that further our understanding of linguistic variation by relating patterns of variation to the organization of the language faculty.
The Linguistic Variation Yearbook is devoted to the study of the nature and scope of linguistic variation from the point of view of a Minimalist program. This enterprise aims at expressing the results and insights attained in generative grammar in a principled way. It critically examines and severely constrains the technical and notational apparatus available within the theory of grammar. The study of linguistic variation has developed both on the level of variation among closely related languages (microvariation, dialectology) and of the level of variation within and among larger typological groups (macrovariation). Similarly, the study of synchronic and diachronic variation has likewise expanded, raising new tensions between explanatory and descriptive adequacy. The emphasis of the Yearbook is to relate the patterns of linguistic variation found among languages to the organization of the language faculty proper, taking into account its relations with other faculties of the mind/brain within the domain of Cognitive Science. It offers a forum for empirical and theoretical developments which further both our understanding of the nature of linguistic diversity and its preservation.
Linguistica is a well-established academic journal which welcomes papers in all subdisciplines of linguistics. The languages of publication are English, French, German, Italian and Spanish.
Linguistica Antverpiensia NS-Themes in Translation Studies, is the open access journal of the Department of Translators and Interpreters of the University of Antwerp. It is an annual publication devoted to the study of language, translation and culture, with a special focus on translation in its many oral and written manifestations. The journal is not bound to any particular school of thought or academic group. Translation is understood to be a dynamic concept, a form of intercultural communication which has strong roots in cognitive and linguistic processes, but also in the society and culture that produce it. Indeed, it is conceived as an integral part of the production and reproduction of culture in the broadest sense. Each issue of Linguistica Antverpiensia, New Series – Themes in Translation Studies centres on a different theme, in order to reflect the diversity of what is considered to be translation, and to offer an open forum for a wide range of scholarly approaches of a theoretical, methodological or descriptive nature, while providing them with a unifying focal point.
Linguistica ONLINE is an electronic journal dedicated to publishing original papers and republishing papers which previously appeared in a printed form. The goal is to make linguistic papers available for free via the Internet. All previously unpublished papers are anonymously peer-reviewed. The topics of the papers are not restricted as long as they deal with linguistics. English is preferred, though other languages are welcome, too.
Chief Editor: Libuše Dušková Associate Editor: Jarmila Tárnyiková Editor: Eva Havlová ISSN: 0862-8432 Linguistica Pragensia is a well-established Prague academic journal which replaced the journal Philologica Pragensia. The journal aims to serve the scholarly interest in the Prague School tradition in linguistics, and the methodology of functional structuralism and its development. Contributions are not confined to Czech linguists but come from a wide range of linguists of international reknown. Articles, reviews and discussions are in either English, French, German, Italian, Spanish or Russian while abstracts are in Czech. Subject classification Linguistics Functional linguistics Theoretical linguistics
Linguistica Zero is the open access journal of linguistics of the PhD Program of Theory of Languages and of Language at “L’Orientale” University in Naples. The journal covers the full scope from theoretical linguistics on the one hand to contemporary linguistic research on the other. In particular, contributions to the areas below are welcome. The list is not exhaustive, it serves as a reference. Language typology and history of languages. Anthropological linguistic aspects and dimensions. Philosophical approaches and language theories in the history of western thought and in different cultural contexts. Historical roots of contemporary debates in semiotics and theoretical linguistics.
Editor-in-Chief: Johan van der Auwera IMPACT FACTOR 2010: 0.557 5year IMPACT FACTOR: 0.685 ERIH category INT1 "Linguistics" publishes articles and book reviews in the traditional disciplines of linguistics as well as in neighboring disciplines insofar as these are deemed to be of interest to linguists and other students of natural language. "Linguistics" also publishes occasional Special Issues in these fields for which it welcomes proposals. "Linguistics" is a peer-reviewed journal of international scope.
International Journal of Linguistics and Applied Linguistics 'Linguistics Applied' is committed to pursuing issues pertaining to linguistics and applied linguistics broadly defined. Preference will be given to functional linguistics and submissions of interdisciplinary interest. The Editors welcome high-quality original contributions that explore up-to-date language-related problems addressing a wide variety of aspects concerned with translation studies, lexicology, discourse analysis, language teaching, cognitive linguistics, applied cognitive linguistics, language and thought, language and culture, sociolinguistics, etc.
Linguistics Unlimited© (LU) is a new peer-reviewed, independent open-access journal in the field of Linguistics. The main purpose of the journal is to establish a free scientific platform for linguists to present their research and work in progress, to disseminate new ideas and ultimately, to shape research in the field. The journal aims to publish in electronic format high quality papers in the field. We aspire to publish all articles that are accepted within 6 months. The focus of the journal is on experimental research and data analysis in progress from newly or well-established researchers as well as independent ones. It's a multidisciplinary journal in nature, as it welcomes research from diverse theoretical and methodological frameworks. The journal accepts submission covering all subfields of linguistics and adopts a continuous publication model. Papers will be accepted based on the originality and scientific contribution to the field of linguistics.
Linguistics Vanguard is a new channel for high quality articles and innovative approaches in all major fields of linguistics. This multimodal journal is published solely online and provides an accessible platform supporting both traditional and new kinds of publications. Linguistics Vanguard seeks to publish concise and up-to-date reports on the state of the art in linguistics as well as cutting-edge research papers. With its topical breadth of coverage and anticipated quick rate of production, it is one of the leading platforms for scientific exchange in linguistics. Its broad theoretical range, international scope, and diversity of article formats engage students and scholars alike. All topics within linguistics are welcome. The journal especially encourages submissions taking advantage of its new multimodal platform designed to integrate interactive content, including audio and video, images, maps, software code, raw data, and any other media that enhances the traditional written word. The novel platform and concise article format allows for rapid turnaround of submissions. Full peer review assures quality and enables authors to receive appropriate credit for their work.
A new serial from Cascadilla Press containing abstracts from working papers volumes in linguistics, as well as contact and ordering information.
Published by Elsevier, an international journal reporting on all significant research in linguistics and education.
Linguistics and Language Teaching (LLT) welcomes original contributions on all aspects of linguistics and language teaching, synchronic as well as diachronic, theoretical as well as data-oriented. Its aim is to present work of current interest on a variety of subjects both in linguistic studies and language teaching. The journal publishes reports of empirical studies and ground-breaking theoretical articles.
Linguistics and Philosophy focuses on issues related to structure and meaning in natural language, as addressed in the philosophy of language, linguistic semantics, syntax and related disciplines, in particular the following areas: > philosophical theories of meaning and truth, reference, description, entailment, presupposition, implicatures, context-dependence, and speech acts > linguistic theories of semantic interpretation in relation to syntactic structure and prosody, of discourse structure, lexcial semantics and semantic change > psycholinguistic theories of semantic interpretation and issues of the processing and acquisition of natural language, and the relation of semantic interpretation to other cognitive faculties > mathematical and logical properties of natural language and general aspects of computational linguistics > philosophical questions raised by linguistics as a science: linguistics methodology, properties of linguistic theories and frameworks, and the relation of linguistics to other fields of inquiry
Editor: Dr Jonathan J. Webster EditorLHS@cityu.edu.hk Associate Editor: Dr Carmel Cloran Carmel_cloran@uow.edu.au Review Editor: Dr Geoff Williams Geoffrey.email@example.com This journal is devoted to exploring the relationships between linguistics and such areas of scholarly concern as history, sociology, politics, archaeology, religious studies, translation and the study of art in various semiotic modalities, in so much as these enterprises draw upon or contribute to a catholic understanding and development of linguistics. The journal also publishes reviews. Published: April, August and December ISSN: 1742-2906 (print) ISSN: 1743-1662 (online) Editorial address: Department of Chinese, Translation and Linguistics, City University of Hong Kong, Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon, Hong Kong. Send articles of between 6000 and 8000 words by email to LHS@cityu.edu.hk. Review Copies: send books for review to the Review Editor (Geoff Williams) at Department of English (A20)University of Sydney, Sydney 2006, Australia Editorial Committee: David G. Butt (Macquarie University, Australia), Carmel Cloran (University of Wollongong, Australia), M.A.K. Halliday (University of Sydney (emeritus), Australia), Ruqaiya Hasan (Macquarie University, Australia), Christian Matthiessen (Macquarie University, Australia), Geoff Williams (University of Sydney, Australia) Editorial Board: Beth Armstrong (Macquarie University, Australia), Malcolm Coulthard (University of Birmingham, UK), Jenny Clarence Fincham (University of Natal, South Africa), Huang Guowen (Sun Yat-sen (Zhongshan) University, China), Sydney Lamb (Rice University, USA), Michelle Lazar (National University of Singapore), Jay Lemke (University of Michigan, USA), K.K. Luke (University of Hong Kong, China), Braj Kachru (University of Illinois, USA), Jim Martin (University of Sydney, Australia), Jose Luis Meurer (Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil), Clare Painter (University of New South Wales, Australia), Erich Steiner (University of Saarland, Germany), Elke Teich (University of Saarland, Germany), Paul Thibault (University of Venice, Italy), Edwin Thumboo (National University of Singapore), Amy Tsui (University of Hong Kong, China), Prakasam Vennelakanti (CIEFL, India), Geoff Williams (University of Sydney, Australia), Zhu YongSheng (Fudan University, China), Lynne Young (Carleton University, Canada)
Linguistics in the Netherlands AVT Publications 'Linguistics in the Netherlands' is a series of annual publications, sponsored by the Linguistic Society of the Netherlands (Algemene Vereniging voor Taalwetenschap) and published by John Benjamins Publishing Co. since volume 8 in 1991. Each volume contains a careful selection of papers presented at the annual meeting of the society. The aim of the annual meeting is to provide members with an opportunity to report on their work in progress. Each volume presents an overview of research in different fields of linguistics in the Netherlands containing articles on phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax and semantics.
Editor Alexander R. Coupe | Nanyang Technological University, Singapore | LTBA.firstname.lastname@example.org Associate Editors David Bradley | La Trobe University, Melbourne Graham Thurgood | California State University, Chico ISSN 0731-3500 | E-ISSN 2214-5907 | Electronic edition Linguistics of the Tibeto-Burman Area is a peer-reviewed (refereed) journal devoted to the synchronic and diachronic study of the languages of mainland Southeast Asia, the Indo-Burma region, the Tibetan Plateau and the Himalayas, with a special focus on the vast and ramified Tibeto-Burman family. In addition to Tibeto-Burman, articles have appeared on languages belonging to all the major linguistic families of this great expanse of Asia, including Austroasiatic, Hmong-Mien, Indo-Aryan and Tai-Kadai. LTBA was founded in 1974 and has been in continuous publication ever since, attracting contributions from many of the leading scholars in the field. The journal invites submissions of high quality papers dealing with any aspect of morphology and syntax, phonetics and phonology, pragmatics, sociolinguistics, historical linguistics, genetic classification, lexicography, language documentation and language maintenance. Submissions that address matters of theoretical interest richly supported by empirical data are particularly welcomed. The journal publishes two issues per year containing original articles, book reviews, review articles, discussions, conference reports, and announcements. John Benjamins Publishing Company is the official publisher as of Volume 37 (2014).
LTBA is devoted to the synchronic and diachronic study of the languages of the Southeast Asian linguistic area, especially the vast and ramified Tibeto-Burman family, the only proven relatives of Chinese. In addition to Tibeto-Burman, articles have appeared on all the major language families of mainland Southeast Asia.
The concept of the journal Linguistik online (editor Elke Hentschel) is to facilitate access to the results of linguistic research. In times when the financial resources of libraries in Western Europe and many other parts of the world are continuously shrinking, and in some parts of Eastern Europe virtually non-existent, Linguistik online is free of charge and available to all interested. It covers a broad range of linguistic fields. Central areas of linguistic research are dealt with regularly, and less frequently discussed questions are the subject of special issues, where guest editors are always welcome. Linguistik online deals with: * conversation analysis * history of language * language acquisition * linguistic history, theory and methods * morphology and syntax * pragmatics * semantics * sociolinguistics
Publishes papers, research reports, book reviews and reading notes on any linguistic subject. Contributions from either fundamental or applied research are welcome. Accepts submissions written in Portuguese, English, French, German, Spanish and Italian.
Lingvisticae Investigationes publishes original articles dealing with the lexicon, grammar, phonology and semantics. It focuses on studies that are formalized to the point where they can be integrated into text analysis software, and on studies which describe resources such as grammars and electronic dictionaries constructed on a linguistic basis. Articles may deal with any language, though a large proportion are devoted to the study of French. The journal also publishes bibliographies, summaries of theses, reports, squibs and reviews. Contributions are in English and French.
Lingvistik' is an international journal of linguistics founded in 2011 by a group of scholars of various nationalities, with the support of the International University of Karlovo (Bulgaria). Annually published on the Internet, it is open to several kinds of linguistic studies, written in any language of the world, but necessarily accompanied by a translation into esperanto, the simplest and most popular planned language, created in 1887 for an international and peaceful communication among different peoples.
Lingüistica Occitana is a peer-reviewed open-access online journal published by the Associacion de Lingüistica Occitana.
La revue Linx, créée en 1978, est une revue animée par des linguistes de l’Université Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense (ex-Paris X). Elle aborde les thèmes les plus variés des Sciences du langage : syntaxe, sémantique, pragmatique, analyse du discours, lexicologie, histoire et épistémologie de la linguistique, langage et cognition, linguistique de l’oral, linguistique de l’écrit, acquisition des langues, didactique des langues, traitement automatique des langues et linguistique informatique, etc. La revue Linx se caractérise par son ouverture et sa volonté de dialogue entre tous les courants et toutes les écoles. Elle est publiée avec le concours de l’Université Paris Ouest et de l’UMR 7114 MoDyCo
Literacy is the official journal of the United Kingdom Literacy Association (formerly the United Kingdom Reading Association), the professional association for teachers of literacy. Literacy is a refereed journal for those interested in the study and development of literacy. Its readership comprises practitioners, teacher educators, researchers and both undergraduate and graduate students. Literacy offers educators a forum for debate through scrutinising research evidence, reflecting on analysed accounts of innovative practice and examining recent policy developments.
Focus Statement LPP is a new international journal committed to publishing excellent research in the area of pragmatics and related disciplines pertaining to all aspects of human communication. LPP aims to promote constructive interaction between theoretical and critical findings related to language use and other modes of communication. The journal seeks to publish original papers which offer analyses of new empirical material and/or theoretical insights. Papers focusing on current methodological debates are also welcome. All submissions will be peer-reviewed by external referees. Book reviews will also be published. The language of publication is English.
Logos & Littera is an international peer-reviewed journal whose aim is to publish outstanding research in linguistics and literature. The journal focuses on interdisciplinary approaches to text, at the boundaries of linguistics/literature and disciplines such as sociology, psychology, philosophy, political science etc. Logos & Littera encourages critical debates on literature and linguistic topics and issues, spanning not only the theoretical and methodological dimensions of text and discourse, but also their practical and socially relevant outcomes. The journal was founded in 2013 by the Institute of Foreign Languages, University of Montenegro.
MAI Journal is an open access journal that publishes multidisciplinary peer-reviewed articles that critically analyse and address indigenous and Pacific issues in the context of Aotearoa New Zealand. We aim to publish scholarly articles that substantively engage with intellectual indigenous scholarship. MAI Journal reflects developments in the vision and mission of Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga, within the landscape of indigenous research in Aotearoa New Zealand, and builds on the legacy of MAI Review.
New print journal on Translation. Full Title: MTM. Minor Translating Major – Major Translating Minor – Minor Translating Minor. MTM is a new international refereed journal with an Editorial Board comprised of leading scholars in the field of translation studies. MTM aims at starting and promoting a discussion on the particularities of translation from major into minor languages and vice versa, as well as of translation between minor languages. The languages of the journal are English, German, French, Spanish and Italian. Editors: Michael Cronin, SALIS, Dublin City University, Dublin, Ireland Anastasia Parianou, Department of Foreign Languages, Translation and Interpreting, Ionian University, Corfu, Greece Panayotis I. Kelandrias, Department of Foreign Languages, Translation and Interpreting, Ionian University, Corfu, Greece
While respecting its historical link with the field of MT, Machine Translation is changing and broadening its scope of interest to encompass all branches of Computational Linguistics and Language Engineering, wherever they incorporate a MULTILINGUAL aspect.
Macrolinguistics aims at informing scholars of Indo-European languages about the linguistic research of scholars of non-Indo-European languages, providing impetus for scholars of the IE languages to develop new theories and contributing to the complementarity and interaction among linguistic researchers worldwide. The Journal mainly publishes papers in the following areas: (1) original and pioneering theoretical research by scholars of non-Indo-European languages in linguistics and applied linguistics; (2) studies, descriptions and analyses of the rich resources of non-IE languages; (3) linguistic implications of the extensive traditional philological studies of the non-IE languages that can be introduced into the study of other languages, as well as the theoretical advancement on this basis; (4) trends in the linguistic study of non-IE languages.
The Malaysian Journal of ELT Research aims to advance knowledge of and to develop expertise in critical and scientific inquiry in English language teaching and learning. The journal is intended for academicians, researchers, teacher educators and graduate students who are involved in research and dissemination of knowledge in the field. This is a refereed online journal.
Maledicta: The International Journal of Verbal Aggression is a scholarly journal dedicated to the study of offensive and negatively valued words and expressions. Its main areas of interest are the origin, etymology, meaning, use, and influence of verbal aggression and verbal abuse of any kind, as well as language usually considered vulgar, obscene, or blasphemous.
Mandenkan is a peer-reviewed open access journal dedicated to the Mande language family. Papers are published in English or French. All issues are freely accessible at http://llacan.vjf.cnrs.fr/sec_mdkn.htm.
Marang publishes scholarly contributions on all aspects of English - language, literature and linguistics. Manuscripts which should be double-spaced should be submitted in English. All manuscripts are to follow the APA style.
Marathi Abhyas Parishad is a voluntary organisation of language lovers, language thinkers & language students. It organise seminars, symposiums etc. on various issues of the language. It publish above-said journal - Marathi Abhyas Parishad Patrika (मराठी अभ्यास परिषद पत्रिका) which popularly known as 'Bhasha Ani Jeevan' (भाषा आणि जीवन)since 1983.
Melbourne Papers in Language Testing (MPLT) are a set of papers published annually by the LTRC (or biennially depending on the number of submissions). MPLT is one of only four journals dedicated exclusively to language testing and assessment and offers an opportunity for both new and more experienced researchers to publish papers, commentaries or reviews of tests or books on language testing and assessment issues.
Mester is the yearly graduate student academic journal of the Department of Spanish and Portuguese at UCLA. Mester publishes critical articles, interviews, and book reviews in the fields of Spanish, Portuguese, Spanish-American, Brazilian, Chicano, and Latina/o literatures and linguistics. Articles may be written in Spanish, Portuguese, or English. Publication decisions are based solely on the quality of the submissions, which undergo triple-blind peer review.
Meta: Journal des traducteurs, traite de tous les aspects de la traduction et de l'interprétation: traductologie (théories de la traduction), pédagogie de la traduction, recherches en interprétation, stylistique, études terminologiques comparées, traductique (traduction automatisée), documentation, etc. Elle s'adresse plus particulièrement aux traducteurs, aux interprètes et aux terminologues, mais aussi à toutes les personnes intéressées aux faits de la langue.
The journal Metaphor and the Social World aims to provide a forum for researchers to share with each other, and with potential research users, work that explores aspects of metaphor and the social world. The term 'social world' signals the importance given to context (of metaphor use), to connections (e.g. across social, cognitive and discourse dimensions of metaphor use), and to communication (between individuals or across social groups). The journal is not restricted to a single disciplinary or theoretical framework but welcomes papers based in a range of theoretical approaches to metaphor, including discourse and cognitive linguistic approaches, provided that the theory adequately supports the empirical work. Metaphor may be dealt with as either a matter of language or of thought, or of both; what matters is that consideration is given to the social and discourse contexts in which metaphor is found. Furthermore, 'metaphor' is broadly interpreted and articles are welcomed on metonymy and other types of figurative language. A further aim is to encourage the development of high-quality research methodology using metaphor as an investigative tool, and for investigating the nature of metaphor use, for example multi-modal discourse analytic or corpus linguistic approaches to metaphor data. The journal publishes various types of articles, including reports of empirical studies, key articles accompanied by short responses, reviews and meta-analyses with commentaries. The Forum section publishes short responses to papers or current issues. This journal is peer reviewed and indexed in: MLA, LLBA, LB
An online journal about metaphor and metonymy that appears twice a year online(end of December and end of June). All articles are available in the pdf. as well as in the html-format. The first thematical issue ( to appear in June 2003) will treat the interrelation of metaphor and ecology.
Metodički vidici (Methodical Perspectives) is published by the Faculty of Philosophy in Novi Sad, which is dedicated to the improvement of the teaching theory and practice at all levels of education. The journal covers various aspects that surround and provide a high quality, contemporary teaching setting.
Journal for Minority Language Studies published by Peter Lang and edited by Raúl Sánchez Prieto (University of Salamanca, Spain), Daniel Veith (University of Salamanca, Spain) and Mikel Martínez Areta (University of the Basque Country, Spain).
The phenomena of mind and language are currently studied by researchers in linguistics, philosophy, psychology, artificial intelligence, and cognitive anthropology. Mind & Language brings this work together in a genuinely interdisciplinary way. Along with original articles, the journal publishes forums, survey articles and reviews, enabling researchers to keep up-to-date with developments in related disciplines as well as their own. It is an important forum for sharing the results of investigation and for creating the conditions for a fusion of effort, thus making real progress towards a deeper and more far-reaching understanding of the phenomena of mind and language.
Biannual journal offering academic articles and reviews on English and American studies including literature, language and linguistics, cultural studies and film studies. Includes abstract with full-text articles available in zipped format.
MON-KHMER STUDIES is a journal devoted to the study of Southeast Asian languages, especially those of the Mon-Khmer family. The journal is produced annually and welcomes articles or notes on any aspect of Mon-Khmer languages, or minority Southeast Asian languages, or other language families. Topics of articles may include linguistic description, comparison, bibliography, historical development, sociolinguistics, stylistics, orthographies, or paleographic aspects.
MonTI is an academic, peer-reviewed and international journal fostered by the three public universities with a Translation Degree in the Spanish region of Valencia (Universitat d’Alacant, Universitat Jaume I de Castelló and Universitat de València). Our first priority is to publish texts providing an in-depth analysis of translation- and interpreting-related matters that meet high standards of scientific rigour, foster debate and promote plurality. MonTI will publish two issues each year, with a maximum of 300 pages each, first as a hard copy journal and, after a six-month interval, as an online journal, taking advantage of the digital platforms provided by our three universities and by the Biblioteca Virtual Cervantes, the largest Spanish e-text platform in the world.
On behalf of the Advisory Panel of 'MorphOn' Linguists (an E-Journal of Morphology), I am honoured to introduce this new Morphology journal. http://MorphOn.w.interia.pl The aims of the enterprise are to: - revitalize the community of morphologists and provide a platform for us worldwide, promoting morphology as an equally important field of linguistics, and publishing papers for free. - enter into meaningful and friendly dialogue with experts representing other communities (phonology, syntax, phonetics, semantics, pragmatics, LA, cognitive science, AI, language typology, psychology, foreign language teaching, philosophy, sociology, anthropology, medicine, neurology, computer science, etc.) - allow quick, direct, easy, unlimited access to academic papers on morphology worldwide - make linguistics more affordable (esp. in underprivileged countries) - save trees Email: MorphOn@interia.pl
Morphology is a semi-annual linguistic journal. It has been published since 1999. It aims to scientifically clarify various morphological problems in individual languages as well as in Korean and to consolidate Korean as an international academic language. Morphology is made up of three sections: research papers, discussions and book reviews. The goal of the "Discussions" section is to provide a forum for lively, constructive, scientific and critical debate in a point-counterpoint fashion of controversial issues in Korean morphology. The "Book Reviews" is devoted to articles critically reviewing Korean grammar books of historical interest and to articles introducing and reviewing recent publications in linguistics and morphology linguistic books with introduction of the contents.
Successor to the successful book series: Yearbook of Morphology. Aim: Morphology publishes high quality articles that contribute to the further articulation of morphological theory and linguistic theory in general, or present new and unexplored data. Relevant empirical evidence for the theoretical claims in the articles will be provided by in-depth analyses of specific languages or by comparative, cross-linguistic analyses of the relevant facts. The sources of data can be grammatical descriptions, corpora of data concerning language use and other naturalistic data, and experiments. Scope: Morphology publishes articles on morphology proper, as well as articles on the interaction of morphology with phonology, syntax, and semantics, the acquisition and processing of morphological information, the nature of the mental lexicon, and morphological variation and change. Its main focus is on formal models of morphological knowledge, morphological typology (the range and limits of variation in natural languages), the position of morphology in the architecture of the human language faculty, and the evolution and change of language. In addition, the journal deals with the acquisition of morphological knowledge and its role in language processing. Articles on computational morphology and neurolinguistic approaches to morphology are also welcome. The first volume of Morphology has appeared as Volume 16 (2006). Older volumes have been published under the title Yearbook of Morphology and are available from Springer.
Journal of Cross-Cultural and Interlanguage Communication.
Editor: Richard J. Watts IMPACT FACTOR 2010: 0.382 "Multilingua" is an international interdisciplinary journal aimed at the enhancement of cross-cultural understanding through the study of interlanguage communication. To this end it publishes articles in fields as diverse as: - cross-cultural differences in linguistic politeness phenomena - variety in what is traditionally regarded as one culture - conversational style - linguistic description of nonstandard oral varieties of language - strategies for the organization of verbal interaction - intracultural linguistic variety - communication breakdown - translation and interpretation - information technology - methods of managing and using multilingual tools. "Multilingua" further publishes research notes, reports, review articles, short reviews, and announcements of upcoming events. "Multilingua" occasionally appears as a special issue, covering a specific topic in one of its fields. "Multilingua" is a peer-reviewed journal of international scope.
Multilingual Education is a peer-reviewed open access journal published under the brand SpringerOpen. It publishes high-quality empirical research on education in multilingual societies. The journal publishes research findings that examine language learning, development and use in language contact and multilingual contexts, and that will shape language education policy and practices in multilingual societies. The range of topics covered includes the effects of multilingual education and literacy education on the maintenance and development of multilingualism; the roles of vernaculars and 'local' languages, national languages, and English in education; the effects of multilingual and/or English language education on school dropout and retention rates; the effects of the 'internationalization' of universities worldwide; bilingual/multilingual acquisition of non-cognate and 'different-script' languages; and the role in multilingual education of other major languages such as Arabic, French, Hindi, Mandarin and Spanish.
MUNDO ESLAVO is an international double-blind peer reviewed, open-access journal which aims to publish original and significant scientific contributions in the area of Slavic studies. The Journal is published annually since 2002 and accepts researchs, interpretations, review essays on Slavic studies, and reviews of recently published books. The manuscripts submitted to Mundo Eslavo must be written in English, Spanish or any Slavic language and must not be under review for publication by another journal, accepted and/or published elsewhere. Mundo Eslavo is indexed in the following databases: ERIH PLUS, Modern Language Association Database (MLA), Linguistic Bibliography, LATINDEX (catalogue), Linguistics Abstracts Online, DIALNET, DICE, DOAJ, e-Revistas and ULRICH'S.
The CRAPEL (Centre de Recherches et d'Applications Pédagogiques En Langues) is a research centre at Nancy 2 University in France. It has published the journal Mélanges CRAPEL since 1970 in order to disseminate the results of its work on language teaching and learning. The themes treated in the Mélanges reflect the CRAPEL's fields of research and are as follows: - self-directed language learning - language resource centres - foreign language acquisition - sociocognitive and communicative approaches to language learning - learning/teaching aspects of plurilingualism - intercultural dimensions of language learning - French as a foreign language with particular reference to the treatment of illiteracy in immigrants to France - ICT applied to language learning The yearly journal publishes papers by the CRAPEL's members or their students, by researchers with common interests and also papers from colloquia organised by the CRAPEL.
Linguistic Journal of the University of Muenster, Germany.
Proceedings of the Northeast Linguistics Society.
NIDA Journal of Language and Communication is the official refereed journal of the Graduate School of Language and Communication at NIDA University, Thailand. Its purpose is to disseminate information of interest to linguists, applied linguists, communication scholars, and other interested audiences. Recently, it has been selected among Thai leading humanities journals to receive a full journal grant from the Thai Higher Education Commission, enabling publication of two issues per year with their nationwide distribution to most university libraries all over Thailand. It publishes original scholarship for both local and international readership on all practice-oriented linguistic standpoints, and on communication as a theory, practice, technology, and discipline of power. It welcomes research papers as well as academic articles which explore and/or investigate the areas of language, communication and the interplay between language and communication (defined broadly).
ISSN 0108-8416 | E-ISSN 2212-9715 Managing Editor Hans Frede Nielsen | University of Southern Denmark Editors John Ole Askedal | University of Oslo Michael Barnes | University College London Rolf H. Bremmer, Jr. | Leiden University Kurt Gustav Goblirsch | University of South Carolina NOWELE: North-Western European Language Evolution is an interdisciplinary journal devoted not only to the study of the early and more recent history of a locally determined group of languages, but also to the study of purely theoretical questions concerning language development. NOWELE welcomes submissions dealing with all aspects of the histories of – and with intra- and extra-linguistic factors contributing to change and variation within – Icelandic, Faroese, Norwegian, Swedish, Danish, Frisian, Dutch, German, English, Gothic and the Early Runic language. Accordingly, studies involving past and present neighbouring languages such as Celtic, Finnish, Lithuanian, Russian and French, in so far as these have played and are playing a role in the development or present status of north-western European languages through contact, will be accepted. NOWELE accepts within the outlined framework analyses based on classical philological principles, studies of a minute detail, be it a socio-historical phenomenon or a theoretical concept, as well as analyses dealing with a larger group of phenomena or with the problems which a theory may present. NOWELE welcomes review articles. This journal is peer reviewed and indexed in: LLBA, Sociological Abstracts
NUSA is the product of a joint cooperation agreement between the PKBB (Pusat Kajian Bahasa dan Budaya ‘Centre for Culture and Language Studies’) of Atma Jaya Catholic University of Indonesia in Jakarta, Indonesia, and ILCAA (Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa) at the Tokyo University of Foreign Studies in Tokyo, Japan. NUSA was founded by John Verhaar in 1975 and was first published by Badan Penyelenggara Seri NUSA. From 1982, NUSA was co-published with Atma Jaya Catholic University of Indonesia in Jakarta. Since 2013, NUSA is made available both as an open-access electronic journal published in Tokyo, and in a print edition published in Jakarta. Although our main interest is the area of Indonesia, we welcome works on general linguistics that can throw light upon problems that we might face. It is hoped that NUSA might be relevant beyond the range of typological and area specializations and at the same time also serve the deoccidentalization of linguistics.
Narrative Inquiry is devoted to providing a forum for theoretical, empirical, and methodological work on narrative. Articles appearing in Narrative Inquiry draw upon a variety of approaches and methodologies in the study of narrative as a way to give contour to experience, tradition, and values to next generations. Particular emphasis is placed on theoretical approaches to narrative and the analysis of narratives in human interaction, including those practiced by researchers in psychology, linguistics and related disciplines. More information can be found on the editors' website. Narrative Inquiry is the continuation of the Journal of Narrative and Life History (Lawrence Erlbaum Associates). This journal is peer reviewed and indexed in: IBR/IBZ, ISI, Language Abstracts, Linguistic Bibliography/Bibliographie Linguistique, LLBA, MLA Bibliography, PsychInfo
Natural Language Engineering is an international journal designed to meet the needs of professionals and researchers working in all areas of computerised language processing.
An International Journal of Semantics and Its Interfaces in Grammar Natural Language Semantics is devoted to semantics and its interfaces in grammar, especially syntax. The journal seeks to encourage the convergence of approaches employing the concepts of logic and philosophy with perspectives of generative grammar on the relations between meaning and structure. Natural Language Semantics publishes studies focused on linguistic phenomena as opposed to those dealing primarily with the field's methodological and formal foundations. Representative topics include, but are not limited to, quantification, negation, modality, genericity, tense, aspect, aktionsarten, focus, presuppositions, anaphora, definiteness, plurals, mass nouns, adjectives, adverbial modification, nominalization, ellipsis, and interrogatives. The journal features mainly research articles, but also short squibs as well as remarks on and replies to pertinent books and articles.
Natural Language & Linguistic Theory provides a forum for the discussion of theoretical research that pays close attention to natural language data, so as to provide a channel of communication between researchers of a variety of points of view. The journal actively seeks to bridge the gap between descriptive work and work of a highly theoretical, less empirically oriented nature. In attempting to strike this balance, a primary goal of the journal is to encourage work which makes complex language data accessible to those unfamiliar with the language area being studied, and work which makes complex theoretical positions more accessible to those working outside the theoretical framework under review. The journal is structured to include: generative studies on the syntax, semantics, phonology and the lexicon of natural language; interdisciplinary contributions written with theoretical linguists in mind; surveys of recent theoretical developments which facilitate accessibility for a graduate student readership; reactions/replies to recent papers; book reviews of important linguistics titles; special topic issues.
Online academic periodical calling on Linguists of all subfields to write for an interdisciplinary audience.
The journal publishes contributions to the scientific study of the Dutch language in the broadest sense of the word. The various subfields of linguistics are covered in this journal. In addition to new research reports in Dutch Linguistics, review articles are also published. Furthermore, there is room for debate on current affairs. The regular features include monitoring reports and reviews of new publications and a list of relevant publications in other Dutch magazines.
Published in cooperation with Akadémiai Kiadó Neohelicon is a review for studies in comparative and world literature. It particularly welcomes studies which further a synthetic presentation of literary epochs, periods, trends and movements from a comparative point of view. The publishing house of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences has established it with the purpose of promoting the project `A Comparative History of Literatures in European Languages' launched under the auspices of the International Comparative Literature Association.
An International Journal of Modern and Mediaeval Language and Literature. Neophilologus is an international journal peer-reviewed devoted to the study of modern and mediaeval language and literature, including general linguistics, literary theory and comparative literature. The normal languages of publication are English, French, German, Italian and Spanish, but articles in other languages may also be submitted for consideration by the Editorial Board.
International newsletter of Systemic Functional Linguistics.
Uli Reich & Margarethe Zimmermann (eds.) FU Berlin No tocante à lingüística, publicaremos por um lado contribuições a aspectos sociolingüísticos e históricos das línguas românicas fora da Europa, por outro lado trabalhos em sintaxe, morfologia e fonologia teóricas oriundas das grandes universidades da América e da África. O primeiro volume da revista nesse quadro, que continua a séria tradicional de Berlim com o número 39, tematiza a relação entre linguagem e urbanidade nos exemplos das megalópoles latinoamericanas Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo e Lima. Em face da urbanização acelerada da vida moderna, os contribuidores procuram respostas à pergunat por relações sistemáticas entre a estrutura social complexa desses espaços de comunicação e processos de variação e mudança. Como se transpõe a acumulação de dialetos e línguas no espaço urbano às variedades do espanhol e do português que se falam lá? Como funciona koinéização estruturalmente? Como se veicula por meios lingüísticos a diferenciação social interna dessas sociedades extremamente complexas? Essas perguntes estão no núcleo das contribuições, acrescentadas por trabalhos de ordem históricos e sociológicos. Publicamos nesse volume as atas do congresso Processos Urbanos, organizado em março de 2008 na Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro por Célia Lopes e Uli Reich. O congresso deu início a uma rede internacional de pesquisa dedicada a esse tema. Os pequisadores envolvidos vêem do Brasil, Peru, Alemanha e França. Um segundo volume já está em preparação e vai sair ainda em 2009.
Since 1985 New German Review has provided a medium for graduate students, post-docs, and junior faculty to share original research with the academic community worldwide. New German Review is a peer-reviewed journal edited by graduate students in the Department of Germanic Languages at UCLA. Although the majority of our articles focus on German literature, we strive to publish an interdisciplinary journal dealing with the broader field of German Studies. We encourage authors to submit original work that encompasses topics concerned with any linguistic aspect of German (historical, theoretical, or applied linguistics), German intellectual history and philosophy, as well as German cultural studies (art, film, literature, and theater) from the Middle Ages to the present. Book reviews, interviews, and translations also make up an important component of the journal.
The NYS TESOL Journal is the official journal of the New York State Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (NYS TESOL). It is a refereed academic journal published online only, biannually each spring and fall. Articles in the NYS TESOL Journal focus on theory, research, pedagogy, and educational policy related to the teaching of English to speakers of other languages, including U.S.-born emergent bilinguals, "generation 1.5" students, (im)migrants, and international students. Articles may focus on any educational level, from pre-kindergarten to university, as well as on adult school and workplace literacy settings.
This annual publication is a voluntary scheme managed entirely by postgraduate students at Newcastle University, UK. With their latest issue (Vol.15) they have become an e-journal, which can be accessed for free at: http://www.ncl.ac.uk/linguistics/research/workingpapers/volume15.htm
Concerned with all branches of linguistics. Preference given to contributions of general theoretical or methodological interest & studies on Nordic languages (including Finnish and Sami).
Nordlyd is the University of Tromsoe's Working Papers in Linguistics, newly launched in an electronic-only format. It is available free of charge at the above URL.
This journal is the Norwegian Journal of Linguistics. It brings papers in all areas of linguistics, including the history of linguistics and linguistic theory of science. All papers are thoroughly reviewed. The journal is supported by the Norwegian Research Council.
The Northwest Journal of Linguistics is dedicated to the description and analysis of indigenous languages of northwestern North America.
Les Nouveaux cahiers de linguistique française, revue de l'Unité de linguistique française du Département de linguistique de l'Université de Genève, ont pour vocation de: 1. mettre en valeur les recherches en linguistique française, en particulier celles des collaborateurs de l'Unité de linguistique française, ainsi que celles en linguistique du Département de linguistique; 2. permettre aux jeunes chercheurs (doctorants) du Département de linguistique de l’Université de Genève de publier leurs recherches; 3. permettre la publication des actes de colloques du Département, en particulier la série des Colloques de Pragmatique; 4. permettre de fournir des contributions dans le cadre de projets de recherche, de collaborations internationales et de recherches institutionnelles; 5. permettre l'accès en ligne — gratuit — des articles des numéros antérieurs des Cahiers de linguistique française.
Revue à vocation internationale spécialisée dans l'étude des noms propres, qui restent un secteur sous-exploité de la linguistique, notamment (gallo-)romane. Seront particulièrement privilégiés les travaux s'intéressant à un problème de méthode en onomastique, tant synchronique que diachronique. On pensera notamment : aux relations entre les différentes catégories de noms, aux particularismes résultant du contact des langues et à la définition des strates en onomastique, aux difficultés de traduction posés par les noms propres, aux rapports entre l'onomastique et la lexicologie, aux liens unissant l'onomastique à la géolinguistique et à la linguistique des variétés, aux noms dans la littérature, etc. La revue paraît en un volume annuel d'environ 400 pages. La langue de travail préférentielle est le français. L'anglais, l'espagnol et l'italien sont admis. Les projets d'articles sont à adresser à l'adresse suivante : email@example.com.
The Hungarian journal of English language teaching and cultural studies.
Novitas-ROYAL (Research on Youth and Language) is an open access, international, and fully refereed (peer-reviewed) journal devoted to research and critical discussion about all aspects of learning and teaching of foreign languages. The journal publishes inter- and multidisciplinary research on the intersections of the education of youth with a focus on teaching of foreign languages, cultures, and literatures. The primary aim of the journal is to help accumulate knowledge of how foreign languages, cultures, and literatures have the potential to change the lives of students.
Osnabruecker Beitraege zur Sprachtheorie. A newsletter of the Linguistik-Server Essen, available online, in German.
Die seit Mitte der 1970er Jahre erscheinende Zeitschrift OBST hat sich dem heute vielfach als altmodisch abgetanen Aufklärungsprojekt verschrieben. Im Vordergrund steht das Ziel, den Menschen die Sprachverhältnisse transparent zu machen, was nichts anderes heißt, als sie ihnen begreifbar und verfügbar zu machen – anstatt den sprechenden Menschen in Theorieentwürfen als empirisch leeres Objekt zu dekonstruieren. Bei der Auswahl der Themen wie der einzelnen Beiträge achten HerausgeberInnen und RedakteurInnen des jeweiligen Bandes darauf, Sprache in ihren funktionalen Zusammenhängen mit der Praxis sprechender Menschen zu begreifen und darzustellen, sie nicht auf Beispielsätze und Fußnoten zu reduzieren. Über die Annahme von Beiträgen entscheiden unabhängige GutachterInnen.
OLBI Working Papers are a peer reviewed publication of the Official Languages and Bilingualism Institute (OLBI) and its Canadian Centre for Study of Bilingualism and Language Policy (CCERBAL). Articles published in OLBI Working Papers address issues linked to the questions of second language acquisition and language teaching; new technologies used in language instruction; evaluation of language skills; linguistic and social aspects of individual and societal bilingualism; language policy and planning; official languages; and any other topics related to the above fields in all languages. OLBI Working Papers is a bilingual journal and invites contributions both in English and in French.
Annual publication devoted to general onomastics, edited by Doreen Gerritzen (Meertens-Instituut, Amsterdam).
Onomasiology Online, an online journal founded in March 2000 and edited by Joachim Grzega and Alfred Bammesberger from the Katholische Universität Eichstätt, attempts to be this encyclopaedia, or data base. The ultimate goal of our journal is a vast collection of onomasiological detail studies from a vast number of languages which can then serve for drawing comparisons between different language groups. This can be of high interest, especially for cognitive linguists. Everyone working in the field on historical lexicology is therefore warmly invited to submit (even short) onomasiological contributions (cf. style sheet). The focus will of course be on practical studies, but theoretical contributions are also welcome.
The CSSN and it journal promote the study of names in Canada and abroad, and encourage the ideas of onomatologists, toponymists, and scholars in related fields of literary onomastics, linguistic aspects of names, psychological and sociological aspects of naming, etc. Articles are welcomed in English or French on all aspects of naming.
Open Linguistics is a new academic peer-reviewed journal covering all areas of linguistics. The objective of this journal is to foster free exchange of ideas and provide an appropriate platform for presenting, discussing and disseminating new concepts, current trends, theoretical developments and research findings related to a broad spectrum of topics: descriptive linguistics, theoretical linguistics and applied linguistics from both diachronic and synchronic perspective
For those interested in Ojibwe language and history.
Oslo Studies in Language (OSLa) is a peer-reviewed open access series. We invite submissions of edited issues from all areas of linguistics. The focus of OSLa is mainly on thematically related collections of papers, and edited conference proceedings from linguistic conferences at the University of Oslo. We also publish reviews, which are added to the current issue.
POST SCRIPT welcomes manuscripts on film as language and literature; acting; film music; film as visual art (painting and cinematic style, set design, costuming); film and photography; film history; aesthetics; the response of film and the humanities to technology; interdisciplinary studies in theme and genre; film and American Studies; reappraisals of seminal essays; book reviews and interviews; and responses to articles appearing in POST SCRIPT.
PROFILE journal is a publication for teachers of English interested in increasing their professional expertise. Starting from the assumption that our professional knowledge is enriched by different members of our academic community, the journal is mainly concerned with sharing the results of classroom research projects undertaken by primary and secondary school teachers as well as teachers of adults. It also includes articles written by teacher educators and guest teachers willing to disseminate reflections and innovations. Besides, it shares papers sent by professors from different parts of the world and diverse educational levels who have also been engaged in carrying out research and innovations in wide-ranging contexts as well as inquiries done by novice teacher-researchers.
It is an interdisciplinary journal, and will accept papers from Translation, Linguistics, Literature, Language Engineering, Computational Linguistics, Historiography and other related fields.
Pashto is a bilingual quarterly research journal and in regular publication since 1957.It publishes papers in Pashto and English on Pashto language, literature, history, art and culture.
For over 30 years, Pattern Recognition has provided the primary forum for the exchange of information on pattern recognition research among the many varied engineering, mathematical and applied professions which make up this unique field. Original papers cover all methods, techniques and applications of pattern recognition, artificial intelligence, image processing, 2-D and 3-D matching, expert systems and robotics. The Journal also includes reviews of significant developments in the field.
*Listed in the Thomson Reuters Journal Citation Reports® Perspectives: Studies in Translatology encourages studies of all types of interlingual transmission, such as translation, interpreting, and subtitling. The emphasis lies on analyses of authentic translation work, translation practices, procedures and strategies. Based on real-life examples, studies in the journal place their findings in an international perspective from a practical, theoretical or pedagogical angle in order to address important issues in the craft, the methods and the results of translation studies worldwide.
PhiN. Philologie im Netz is a journal for linguistics, literary, and cultural studies. It publishes articles and reviews within an interdisciplinary framework. The PhiN "Forum" is open to shorter statements, discussions, dialogues, and interviews. Contributions are welcome from all areas of the field. PhiN is published on the internet four times a year, in January, April, July, and October. Viewing, downloading, or printing material from PhiN issues is free. PhiN will only publish articles or reviews as original contributions.
An international peer-reviewed journal of research in linguistics, published once a year in December. It aims to serve as a forum for original studies in descriptive, comparative, historical, and areal linguistics. Although its primary interest is in linguistic theory, it also publishes papers on application of theory to language teaching, sociolinguistics, psycholinguistics, anthropological linguistics, etc.
"Philologica Jassyensia" is a biannual journal which has been published since 2005. It specializes in Romance language studies with a stress on Romanian, and it offers the opportunity of establishing an intercultural academic dialogue between the Romanian scholars and the foreign scholars concerned with research in linguistics, literature, and ethnology. The journal underlines the place of Romanian philological research in the European context and hosts the results of foreign academic research in the area of Romanian studies written by colleagues from places such as Europe, USA, and Canada in order to synchronize the philological and cultural activity of the specialists in Romanian studies from all over the world. The contributions are written in English, Italian, German, Spanish, French, or Romanian. Each core article has an abstract in English and key-words in English.
Themed journal issues on topics of current scientific importance and general interest within the life sciences, edited by leading authorities and comprising original research, reviews and opinions from prominent researchers. All contributions are invited and the journal does not accept unsolicited stand-alone papers.
'Phonetica' is an international and interdisciplinary forum which features expert original work covering all aspects of the subject: descriptive linguistic phonetics and phonology (comprising segmental as well as prosodic phenomena) are focussed side by side with the experimental measuring domains of speech physiology, articulation, acoustics, and perception.
The phonology journal, published by Cambridge University Press.
Place of Articulation is a double-blind peer-reviewed journal, focusing on language, linguistics, and translation. Published twice annually, the journal is the product of postgraduate students and staff of the Monash School of Languages, Literatures, Cultures and Linguistics, working together to comprise an editorial board with a wide variety of interests and specialties. The vision for Place of Articulation is to create a space where budding linguists and translators, established academics, and the broader research community can discuss new and exciting ideas concerning language, translation and linguistics. Succeeding the Monash University Linguistics Papers, published for 15 years between 1997 and 2012, Place of Articulation hopes to build upon it's predecessor's legacy through bringing together a broad and active research community.
Pleiades: The Journal of Teaching English to Young Learners is an international journal dedicated to the publication of research papers on Teaching of English to Young Learners. This journal is committed to maintaining a focus upon young learners of English as a group similar to, yet distinct from, the general ESL population. That's why our call for papers stresses not only those articles that maintain such a critical focus upon actual research on this target group but also seeks to place such research in an actual framework for teaching and learning.
Politicheskaia Lingvistika / Political Linguistics is a peer-reviewed journal published by Ural State Pedagogical University. The journal publishes empirical and theoretical studies focusing on the area of political language and political discourse analysis.
Porta Linguarum is an international and inter-university journal that specializes in foreign language didactics. It aims to publish empirical studies, critical revisions, and theoretical models that relate to the many factors that influence the FL teaching and learning: -The social and school context: the family's social and cultural influence as well as the student's mother language and its influence on the L2 learning process, etc. -The students: their personal characteristics (age, gender, personality traits, etc.) as well as their attitudes, motivation, cognitive styles, etc. -The FL teacher: the teacher's mental representations, attitudes, motivation, individual characteristics, teaching behaviour, etc. -Learning conditions and the learning process: the educational/curricular treatment given, the teaching and learning strategies used, as well asthe didactic procedures, materials, and bilingual programs applied, etc. -Learning outcomes: evaluation of procedures as well as the evaluation of the students' communicative competence at different academic levels, etc.
Editor-in-Chief: Katarzyna Dziubalska-Kołaczyk PSiCL publishes high-quality articles representative of theory-based empirical research in contemporary synchronic linguistics. Interdisciplinary studies of language from various perspectives are also welcome. The purpose of the journal is to serve as a forefront of modern developments and trends in linguistics, with contributions from the world's leading linguistic labs, published in the centre of Europe. The scope of the journal is wide, covering both linguistic and interdisciplinary research on language. PSiCL is a co-publication between Versita and De Gruyter Mouton. For additional information about the journal, please visit PSiCL's Versita webpage at http://versita.com/pscl/.
Pragmalinguistica is an international journal founded in 1993 and published by the Research Groups 'Estudios de Pragmalinguistica', from the French and English Philology Department of the University of Cadiz, and 'Semainein', from the Spanish Philology Department of the University of Cadiz. Twelve issues, which appear yearly since 1993, have already been published. This journal accepts papers and book reviews on topics that include, but are not limited to, pragmatics, cognition, general linguistics and philosophy of language. We accept papers written in Spanish, English and French, although papers in other European languages are also welcome.
"Pragmatics" is the quarterly publication of the International Pragmatics Association (IPrA), which represents the field of pragmatics in its widest sense as an interdisciplinary(i.e. cognitive, social and cultural) perspective on language and communication. In addition to articles, research reports and discussions, it contains an extensive news section with book notices, forthcoming meetings, and the like. Issues are due in March, June, September, and December. Editors: Charles Briggs, Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, 75 Alta Road, Stanford, CA 94305-8090, USA; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org ; Walter de Mulder, Université d'Artois, Centre de Recherche/Grammatica, 9 rue du Temple, BP 665, Arras Cedex 62030, France; email@example.com ; Helmut Gruber, University of Vienna, Department of Linguistics, Berggasse 11, A-1090 Vienna, Austria; firstname.lastname@example.org ; Chungmin Lee, Dept. of Linguistics, Seoul National University, Seoul 151-742, Korea; fax: 82-2-8822451; e-mail: email@example.com ; Sophia Marmaridou, Dept. of Language and Linguistics, Fac. of English, University of Athens, University Campus Zografou, GR 157 84 Greece; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org ; Senior Editor: Gunter Senft, Max-Planck-Institute for Psycholinguistics, PB 310, NL-6500 AH Nijmegen, The Netherlands; e-mail:email@example.com Submissions should be sent to the IPrA Secretariat, P.O. Box 33 (Antwerp 11), B-2018 Antwerp, Belgium.
Pragmatics & Cognition Editor Marcelo Dascal, Tel Aviv University Associate Editors Jens Allwood, University of Göteborg Itiel E. Dror, (Cognition &Technology) Southampton University Yaron Senderowicz, Tel Aviv University Benny Shanon, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem Stephen Stich, Rutgers University Yorick Wilks, University of Sheffield ISSN: 0929-0907 E-ISSN: 1569-9943 Electronic edition at ingentaJournals Pragmatics & Cognition is an interdisciplinary journal seeking to bring together such disciplines as philosophy, linguistics, semiotics, cognitive science, neuroscience, artificial intelligence, ethology, and cognitive anthropology, among others. The journal seeks to explore relations of all sorts between semiotic systems as used by humans, animals and machines, in connection with mental activities: logical and causal dependence; condition of acquisition, development of loss; modeling, simulation of formalization, shared or separate biological and neurological bases; social and cultural variation; aesthetic expression; historical development; etc. Pragmatics & Cognition’s basic assumption is that the proper understanding of mental life and inter-personal relations requires an intensive and thoughtful exchange of views across disciplines. As of Vol. 13 (2005) Pragmatics & Cognition pays special attention to the growing interest in the relationship between technological advances and cognition – a field that is intimately related to the journal’s basic concerns. The journal appears in three issues per year with one issue devoted to Cognition and Technology (C&T), containing invited as well as submitted refereed papers. Space will also be reserved in these thematic issues for submitted articles, discussion notes, and book reviews in the field of C&T not specifically related to the theme of the Special Issue. Each Special C&T Issue will be co-edited by a Guest Editor and Dr. Itiel Dror, who has been appointed P&C’s Associate Editor for C&T. Call for papers: http://www.ecs.soton.ac.uk/~id/technology.html For more information on the Special Series devoted to Technology & Cognition, please see: Special Issues This journal is peer reviewed and indexed in: Cultures, Langues, Textes; European Reference Index for the Humanities; IBR/IBZ; INIST; Language Abstracts; Linguistic Bibliography/Bibliographie Linguistique; LLBA; MLA Bibliography; Philosopher's Index; PsychInfo; Scopus
Pragmatics and Society Editors: Jacob L. Mey, University of Southern Denmark Hartmut Haberland, Roskilde University Kerstin Fischer, University of Southern Denmark Review Editor Hans J. Ladegaard, Hong Kong Baptist University firstname.lastname@example.org ISSN: 1878-9714 E-ISSN: 1878-9722 Pragmatics and Society puts the spotlight on societal aspects of language use, while incorporating many other facets of society-oriented pragmatic studies. It brings together a variety of approaches to the study of language in context, inspired by different research perspectives and drawing on various disciplines, for instance, sociology, psychology, developmental and cognitive science, anthropology, media research, and computer-related social studies. It is concerned with how language use and social normativity influence and shape each other, for instance, in education (the teaching and acquisition of first and second languages), in political discourse (with its manipulative language use), in the discourse of business, and in all kinds of discriminatory uses of language (gender- and class-based or other). Finally, it pays special attention to the impact that technologically mediated communication and increased immersion in technology have on social interaction, as well as to the emancipatory potential of pragmatics. Subject classification Linguistics Discourse studies Pragmatics Sociolinguistics and Dialectology
Pratidhwani the Echo is an online multilingual, multidisciplinary academic journal publishing research and scholarly articles, book reviews and creative writings from the disciplines of Humanities and Social Sciences. It, thus, strives to transgress geographical boundaries and to reach a wider group of audience belonging to different disciplines of study and bring to fore their ideas, research outputs and creative thoughts in an impartial and unbiased manner so as to uphold academic spirit and contribute to the society at large. The journal is published in a quarterly mode by Department of Bengali, Karimganj College, Karimganj. The subjects, in specific, covered by the journal include: Arabic, Bengali, Commerce, Economics, Education, English, Hindi, Fine Arts, Visual Arts, Management, Pol. Science, Philosophy, Sanskrit & Sociology
Editor-in-Chief: W. Leo Wetzels IMPACT FACTOR 2010: 0.294 5-year IMPACT FACTOR: 0.512 ERIH category INT2 "Probus" is intended as a platform for the discussion of historical and synchronic research in the field of Latin and Romance linguistics, with special emphasis on phonology, morphology, syntax, language acquisition and sociolinguistics. The journal aims to keep its readers abreast of the developments in Romance linguistics by encouraging problem-oriented contributions that combine the solid empirical foundations of philological and linguistic work with the insights provided my modern theoretical approaches. With "Probus" 11-1 the editors and the publishers wish to celebrate the journal´s tenth anniversary. Since its foundation in January 1989, PROBUS has proven to be a useful medium for the exchange of ideas, explanations, and solutions aiming at a better understanding of the structures of the Romance language. After ten fruitful years of PROBUS, we wish to look ahead to the next decade, with the intention of consolidating its role as an outlet for high quality research in Latin and Romance linguistics. The broadening of the journal´s theoretical scope is reflected by the new composition of the board of consulting editors. They will use their scholarly competence to contribute to the discussion of the paradigmatic changes that occur in the various fields, such as Optimality Theory. "Probus" is a double-blind peer-reviewed journal of international scope.
Procedia - S+BS is an e-only product focusing entirely on publishing high quality conference proceedings. It enables fast dissemination so conference delegates can publish their papers in a dedicated online issue on ScienceDirect, which is then made freely available worldwide. Conference proceedings are accepted for publication in the journal based on suitability and are required to meet certain criteria, including relevance to an international audience and covering highly cited or timely topics. Issues appear online within 6 weeks of acceptance of the final manuscripts and are freely available to all. Procedia - S+BS offers authors and conference organizers a fast and cost effective way to provide maximum exposure for their papers. Proposals should be sent to: Ann Corney, Journals Publisher, Elsevier (email@example.com)
The "Proceedings from Semantics and Linguistic Theory" are the proceedings of the annual Conference on Semantics and Linguistic Theory (SALT), North America's foremost conference devoted to natural language semantics with relevance to linguistic theory. The proceedings are published online only and can be downloaded free of charge.
"The Proceedings of ConSOLE" are the proceedings of the annual conference of the Student Organization of Linguistics in Europe (SOLE). This conference is the leading European (graduate) student conference in generative grammar and has participants not only from Europe but also from the Americas and Asia. The annual proceedings are published online only and can be downloaded free of charge.
The Department of Linguistics at Yale University is proud to announce the Proceedings of the Workshop on the Sound Systems of Mexico and Central America (SSMCA). The papers in this volume deal with the phonetics and phonology of a diverse set of indigenous languages spoken in Mesoamerica and Northern Mexico. Topics include stress, lexical tone, intonation, the syntax-prosody interface, and various issues in segmental phonology. The volume includes articles in both English and Spanish. The SSMCA proceedings are available online at: http://ling.yale.edu/ssmca-proceedings/ Al Departamento de Lingüística de la Universidad de Yale le complace anunciar Las Actas del Taller Sobre los Sistemas de Sonido de México y Centroamérica (SSMCA). Los artículos de este volumen se tratan de la fonética y la fonología de un conjunto diverso de idiomas indígenas que se hablan en Mesoamérica y el norte de México. Los temas incluyen el acento, el tono léxico, la entonación, la interfaz entre la sintaxis y la prosodia, y varios asuntos dentro de la fonología segmental. El volumen incluye artículos escritos en el inglés y el español. Las actas SSMCA están disponibles en línea en: http://ling.yale.edu/ssmca-proceedings/
The aim of the journal Procesamiento del Lenguaje Natural is to provide a forum to publish scientific-technical articles in the field of Natural Language Processing (NLP), both to the national and to the international scientific community. The articles have to be unpublished and not been postulated to be published simultaneously in other journals or conference proceedings. The journal also wants to promote the development of the different related areas of NLP, to spread research that is carried out, to identify future guidelines for basic research, and to show software applications in this field. Every year the Sociedad Española de Procesamiento del Lenguaje Natural (SEPLN) publishes two numbers of the journal, including original articles, presentations of R&D projects, book reviews and summaries of PhD theses. The journal’s print edition is distributed freely for all SEPLN members, but an open access journal is also freely available to all online readers.
ProtoSociology is an interdisciplinary journal which crosses the borders of philosophy, social sciences, and their corresponding disciplines. Each issue concentrates on a specific topic taken from the current discussion to which scientists from different fields contribute the results of their research. The developments in the philosophy of language and mind, together with the social system theory are our central concerns, with the objective to cultivate collaboration within the fields of research in philosophy, theory of science and empirical studies. ProtoSociology is further a project that examines the nature of mind, language and social systems. In this context theoretical work has been done by investigating such theoretical concepts like interpretation and (social) action, globalization, the global world-system, social evolution, and the sociology of membership. Our purpose is to initiate and enforce basic research on relevant topics to from different perspectives and traditions.
Psihologija is a scholarly peer-reviewed journal published quarterly by the Serbian Psychological Society. The journal was founded in 1967. From 1980 on, all the articles contain abstracts in English and Serbian. Now, Psihologija generally follows the rules of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association. Psihologija (Psychology) accepts only original manuscripts written either in Serbian, or in other so called world languages, preferably in English. Papers may belong to any branch of research psychology. Occasionally, Psihologija publishes thematic issues edited by field specialist as guest editors.
Punctum is a blind peer-reviewed, on-line journal dedicated to the semiotic study of contemporary cultural texts, practices and processes, published under the auspices of the Hellenic Semiotic Society. Aspiring to provide a venue for the advancement of international semiotic scholarship, the journal is published twice a year (July & December) in English, although submissions in French and German will be accepted as well. Punctum’s Editorial Board reflects both its international scope and the diversity of contemporary semiotic research and theory. Punctum invites submissions (original papers, review articles, book reviews) across this wide range of semiotic fields and methodologies on an on-going basis, and regularly puts out calls for special issues with guest editors.
Online Journal, with contributions to German language, literature and culture, especially for German as a foreign language, cooperation project between the Institute for German Language and Literature Ruhr-University Bochum and German Section of Burjate State University, Ulan Ude.
Questions and Answers in Linguistics (QAL) is a free online peer-reviewed journal published by Center for General and Comparative Linguistics at the University of Wrocław. QAL presents papers focused on especially problematic areas of linguistic research, based on data from diverse languages. As far as theoretical analyses are concerned, we are primarily interested in works within the generative paradigm, although papers using different theoretical approaches can also be considered. We express an interest in interdisciplinary research employing methods from typology, historical studies, corpus studies and experimental psycho- or neurolinguistics providing an empirical background to purely theoretical research.
A Journal of Language Teaching and Research in Southeast Asia Now entering its 36th year, RELC Journal is published on behalf of the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO) Regional Language Centre (RELC), located in Singapore. It presents information and ideas on theories, research, methods and materials related to language learning and teaching. The journal welcomes contributions that have in mind the common professional concerns of both the practitioner and the researcher, providing a bridge between theory and practice. SEAMEO RELC promotes an approach to research on language and language–related concerns with particular reference to education, especially, although not exclusively, in Southeast Asia. Within this framework the journal welcomes contributions in such areas of current enquiry as first and second language learning and teaching, language and culture, discourse analysis, language planning, language testing, multilingual education, stylistics and translation. The broadening of scope will be reflected in articles that will present more 'state of the art' surveys, as well as theoretical conceptualisations that contribute fresh insights into the multidisciplinary field of language in education. With the directions that are now being taken in language issues in education, reporting findings is only part of the task; there has to be a critical look at the methodologies used in these studies and the theories used to support the research. As part of our service to teachers and researchers, one section of the Journal will continue to be devoted to book reviews and a compilation of books 'received.'
Published under the auspices of the Spanish Association of Applied Linguistics Editors María Sandra Peña Cervel | University of La Rioja, Logroño | firstname.lastname@example.org Juana M. Liceras | University of Ottawa Managing Editors Anahí Alba de la Fuente | Université de Montréal Olga I. Díez Velasco | University of La Rioja, Logroño Rachel Klassen | University of Ottawa Francisco Santibáñez Sáenz | University of La Rioja, Logroño Review Editor Francisco Gonzálvez-García | University of Almería ISSN 0213-2028 | E-ISSN 2254-6774 The Revista Española de Lingüística Aplicada/Spanish Journal of Applied Linguistics (RESLA/SJAL) is the biannual journal of the Spanish Association of Applied Linguistics (AESLA). International in scope, RESLA is peer reviewed and accepts for publication original high-quality scholarly contributions from anywhere around the world. Articles must be related to one of the ten research areas of the Spanish Association of Applied Linguistics: 1. Language Learning and Acquisition 2. Language Teaching 3. Language for Specific Purposes 4. Psychology of Language, Child Language, and Psycholinguistics 5. Sociolinguistics 6. Pragmatics 7. Discourse Analysis 8. Corpus Linguistics, Computational Linguistics and Language Engineering 9. Lexicology and Lexicography 10. Translation and Interpreting Studies This journal is peer reviewed and indexed in: Linguistics Abstracts, Periodicals Index On-line, Annual Bibliography of English Language and Literature (ABELL), CSA Linguistics and Language Behaviour Abstracts (LLBA), MLA International Bibliography, MLA Directory of Periodicals, ISOC-Social Science and Humanities Index (CINDOC-CSIC), Spanish Index of Social Science and Humanities Journals-RESH (CINDOC-CSIC), LATINDEX (Directory and Selected Catalogue), European Reference Index for the Humanities (ERIH), Social Sciences Citation Index, Arts and Humanities Citation Index, Journal Citation Reports/Social Sciences Edition, Social Scisearch, RESH (Revistas españolas de Ciencias Sociales y Humanas, CINDOC-CSIC), and Scopus.
Rhesis is a new peer-reviewed international online journal divided into two streams: Rhesis – Linguistics and Philology aims at publishing outstanding contributions in all subfields of functional linguistics that show a methodological orientation to the empirical verification of theories. It welcomes contributions in all empirically-oriented language studies with application to both classical and modern languages, and it devotes particular attention to theoretically-grounded studies in historical linguistics. It also welcomes philological studies focusing on either textual or cultural issues. Rhesis – Literature welcomes contributions on both classical and modern literatures of the world, with a particular attention to critical innovation and interdisciplinary research. RHESIS Linguistics/Philology is published in June; RHESIS Literature is published in December. Both issues will feature research articles, review articles, research notes, and book reviews.
RMN Newsletter is a peer-reviewed open-access bi-annual publication of Folklore Studies / Department of Philosophy, History, Culture and Art Studies, University of Helsinki (ISSN 2324-0636 print, ISSN 1799-4497 electronic). The journal is primarily oriented to constructing an informational resource and discourse space for researchers of diverse and intersecting disciplines who share common interests in the problems, strategies, values and limitations of: - Investigations into the history underlying the diverse and variegated emergent manifestations of a tradition or other cultural phenomenon; - Relationships between evidence of a tradition manifested in different historical periods; - Relationships and historical processes underlying manifestations of a tradition encountered across multiple cultures; - And the potentials and limitations of analogical comparisons between living traditions or traditions subject to extensive documentation in the 19th and 20th centuries and the traditions of earlier historical periods for which evidence is extremely limited. These interests are not bound to any one discipline, and the increasing movement toward interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary study and research projects makes it important to have a multidisciplinary informational resource. The primary orientation of the journal is therefore not the publication of research articles. It is instead oriented toward information about events, people, activities, developments and technologies, and research which is ongoing or has been recently completed. It also constructs a venue in which scholars can engage in discussion rather than constraining contributions to the conclusions of research (which are here presented in abstracts for rapid survey, directing the reader to the full publication). RMN Newsletter welcomes and promotes its readership to engage in the discourse space which it offers, and promotes an awareness that your contribution to the voices presented here and engagement with them will support, maintain and also shape this emergent discourse space.
RMN Newsletter is an open access bi-annual publication of Folklore Studies, Dept. of Philosophy, History, Culture and Art Studies, University of Helsinki, appearing in December and May of each year. It is oriented to constructing an informational resource and discourse space for researchers of diverse and intersecting disciplines (e.g. anthropology, ethnology, folkloristics, history, linguistics) who share common interests in the problems, strategies, values and limitations of; investigations into the history of cultural phenomena; their synchronic or diachronic parallels or relations; source-critical and methodological problems in the description and analysis of cultural expression and semiotics. RMN newsletter constructs a venue in which scholars can engage in discussion and discourse through short article contributions ('comments and communications') rather than constraining contributions to the conclusions of research (which we present in reports or summaries for rapid survey).
Working Papers from the Department of Languages and Culture, University of Roskilde, Denmark.
The primary focus of ReCALL is the use of technologies for language learning and teaching, including all relevant aspects of research and development. Typical subjects for submissions include theoretical debate on language learning strategies and their influence on courseware design; practical applications at developmental stage; evaluative studies of courseware used in the teaching and learning process; exploitation and assessment of the potential of technological advances in the delivery of language learning materials; discussions of policy and strategy at institutional and discipline levels.
ReVEL is an exclusively electronic publication (only available on the Internet) which aims at sharing scientific knowledge on linguistic studies. Published twice a year (March 10 and August 10), ReVEL deals with a specific field of linguistic studies in each edition. The journal is open to the submission of original articles and papers from both well-known and new authors hoping to contribute for the improvement of Linguistics.
Reading and writing skills are fundamental to literacy. Consequently, the processes involved in reading and writing and the failure to acquire these skills, as well as the loss of once well-developed reading and writing abilities have been the targets of intense research activity involving professionals from a variety of disciplines, such as neuropsychology, cognitive psychology, psycholinguistics and education. The findings that have emanated from this research are most often written up in a lingua that is specific to the particular discipline involved, and are published in specialized journals. This generally leaves the expert in one area almost totally unaware of what may be taking place in any area other than his own. Reading and Writing cuts through this fog of jargon, breaking down the artificial boundaries between disciplines. The journal focuses on the interaction among various fields, such as linguistics, information processing, neuropsychology, cognitive psychology, speech and hearing science and education. Reading and Writing publishes high quality scientific articles pertaining to the processes, acquisition, and the loss of reading and writing skills. The journal publishes research articles, critical reviews, theoretical papers, case studies, and book reviews. The journal also publishes short articles under `In Brief' section. Case studies and pilot reports with preliminary results may be suitable for publication in this section. Some topics that are appropriate for publication in the journal are: models of reading, writing and spelling at all age levels; orthography and its relation to reading and writing; computer literacy; cross-cultural studies; and developmental and acquired disorders of reading and writing.
La revue Recherche et pratiques pédagogiques en langues de spécialité – Cahiers de l’APLIUT est éditée par l’Association des professeurs de langues des Instituts Universitaires de Technologie. Depuis sa création, elle se fixe trois objectifs principaux. Le premier objectif est de promouvoir et de publier les résultats de recherches entreprises dans le cadre de l’enseignement/apprentissage des langues cultures dans les IUT comme dans les autres formations du secteur LANSAD . Le deuxième objectif est de contribuer à la formation des enseignants de langues spécialisées par la diffusion des résultats de la recherche et la publication de fiches pédagogiques. Le troisième objectif est d’encourager l’enseignement/apprentissage de toutes les langues.
La revue "Recherches ACLIF, Actes du Séminaire de didactique universitaire", publie essentiellement les contributions des intervenants et des participants au Séminaire annuel organisé par l'Association des chercheurs en linguistique française, avec le soutien de l'AUF, de l'Ambassade de France en Roumanie et de l'Université Ovidius de Constanta, Roumanie.Même si le domaine de prédilection est la linguistique, des études littéraires et culturelles sont acceptées dans la mesure où elles s'inscrivent dans l'aire de discussion du Séminaire.La revue est enregistrée par le Conseil de la recherche scientifique de Roumanie. Il y a une version papier, mais les articles peuvent être consultés en accès libre sur le site CEEOL http://www.ceeol.com/aspx/issuedetails.aspx?issueid=fa8252c8-8b2e-4d61-a3eb-dbbb5450e3db&articleId=44aa46d7-958f-4c50-93bc-2548a738b680
RLV is published once a year by the Presses Universitaires de Vincennes (Université de Paris 8, France), and appears both in print and as a web journal (after a two-year delay). The languages of publication are English and French. Its main concern is to publish original articles of highest quality and significance from authors of all nationalities and theoretical persuasions within the domains of formal linguistics, including, but not limited to, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, and pragmatics. Every manuscript is reviewed by at least two anonymous referees.
Reflections on English Language Teaching or RELT is a refereed publication of the Centre for English Language Communication, National University of Singapore. It aims to explore the range of issues of current concern to those who teach and do research in the field of English as a Foreign Language (EFL) or as a Second Language (ESL) in Asia and other regions. RELT is particularly interested in studies with sound theoretical frameworks and clear pedagogical implications and/or applications in the following areas: second language reading/writing, learning/teaching strategies with the application of IT, cultural dimensions of language teaching and materials preparation, curriculum design and development, testing techniques and/or evaluation, and impact of language/educational policies on classroom practice.
Regional Language Studies is primarily intended to promote the study of the varieties of English spoken in Newfoundland and Labrador. It also aims to spread information about other languages spoken in the province, and about the linguistic research carried out here. We publish articles, reviews, bibliographies, notices, notes and queries, and are interested in work Ã whether synchronic or diachronic Ã at all linguistic levels (phonology, morphology, syntax, and lexis). Regional and social dialects, specialised vocabularies (occupational dialects), and onomastics are of particular interest. We are also concerned with the folklore, folk-life and material culture of the speech communities of the province. Contributions of a more-general character may be included from time to time.
Register and Context is published as an open-access, peer-reviewed electronic journal, appearing four times a year. The journal publishes articles, book reviews, research and discussion notes on topics dealing with the discourse of occupational speech communities.
Res Diachronica Virtual is a Spanish language, open-access and peer-reviewed journal that publishes research on the history and historiography of the Spanish language. The journal is published by AJIHLE, the Asociación de Jóvenes Investigadores de Historiografía e Historia de la Lengua Española('Association of Young Researchers on the History and Historiography of the Spanish Language').
Research in African Languages and Linguistics (RALL) is committed to the documentation, standardizaion and development of African languages. It publishes research findings on African languages from all fields of linguistics. RALL's pioneering editors include Emeritus Prof. Ayo Banjo, Prof. kay Williamson (now late), Prof. Ben Elugbe and Prof. Augusta Omamor. These persons still constitute the advisory committee of RALL, which also includes Prof. Ron Schaefer of Southern Illinois University at Edwardville, U.S.A.
Research in Corpus Linguistics (RiCL) (official journal of the Spanish Association for Corpus Linguistics AELINCO, published by Academy Publisher) is a peer-reviewed international scientific journal published annually, aiming at the publication of original research based on corpus data from different languages and language families and from different theoretical perspectives and frameworks, with the goal of improving our knowledge about the grammar and the linguistic theoretical background of a language, a language family or any type of cross-linguistic phenomena/constructions/assumptions.
The journal, recognized as a scientific publication in a Polish citation index, has been published since 2003 by the University of Lodz Press, Poland. Its main focus is on primary research in linguistics and language studies, both from a theoretical and applied perspective. It is published in a paper and electronic version. A special 2009 issue will be devoted to research in L2 - we invite papers exploring various aspects of second language and using different theoretical and applied perspectives.
A journal in theoretical Linguistics.
Editor Carly W. Butler, Loughborough University Book Review Editor Maryanne Theobald, Queensland University of Technology Research on Children and Social Interaction (RoCSI) is an interdisciplinary international peer-reviewed journal that will publish high-quality research on the interactions of children and young people. The aim of RoCSI is to advance the study of children’s social interaction as a topic in its own right, and to promote the use of interactional approaches to address a range of issues in the study of children and childhood. RoCSI invites papers that explore children’s social practices, actions, and understandings in everyday social interaction. Publications will typically involve analysis of children’s naturally-occurring interactions, with special attention given to research from approaches such as ethnomethodology, conversation analysis, discursive psychology, and linguistic anthropology. Debate and discussions of theory and methodologies are also welcomed where these engage with the central themes of the journal, such as the study of natural social interaction; children’s talk as social action; interactional structures and practices; the development of interactional competencies; children’s everyday social worlds; and children’s rights, participation and agency. It is anticipated that contributions will address a wide range of topics and themes, including language and interactional development; sequence organization; play; peer relations; family and parenting; socialisation; schooling and education; health and well-being; institutional interactions; social cognition; and identities and cultures. RoCSI aims to facilitate and encourage debate and discussion across traditional disciplinary boundaries and will address issues relevant to childhood studies, psychology, linguistics, education, social work, sociology and anthropology. The Editor welcomes suggestions for special issues. Special issues should showcase work and/or present debates on a specific theme or topic within the area of children and social interaction that falls within the aims and scope of the journal. Further details for proposing a special issue may be found in the Guidelines for Authors. RoCSI is published twice a year (first issue in early 2016), in print and online. Early view of articles will be available through the Advance Access facility.
Research on Language & Social Interaction publishes the highest quality empirical and theoretical research which bears on language as it is used in interaction. Researchers in communication, discourse analysis, conversation analysis, and ethnography are likely to be the most active contributors, but ROLSI welcomes submission of articles from the broad range of interaction researchers. Published papers normally involve the close analysis of naturally occurring interaction, but the journal is also open to theoretical essays and to quantitative studies where these are tied closely to the results of naturalistic observation
Research on Language and Computation is an independent journal devoted to the publication of high level research papers on issues in the interface of logic, linguistics, formal grammar and computational linguistics. The areas of interest include, among others: logic applied to natural language; computational/formal approaches to syntax, semantics and discourse theory; complexity properties of natural languages; formal properties of grammars; the implementation of grammatical systems for natural language analysis and generation. In addition to full articles, publish a small number of letters, reviews and squibs will be published in each issue.
Researches in Linguistics was founded in 2008 by the Research Department of Isfanan University to promote Scientific investigations in area of Persian linguistics. Researches in Linguistics publishes articles and reviews in the traditional disciplines of linguistics: syntax, semantics, morphology, phonology, phonetics, and pragmatics. In addition, it accepts articles and reviews from neighboring disciplines such as sociolinguistics, discourse analysis, psycholinguistics, translation studies and language acquisition. The journal also publishes occasional special issues and welcomes proposals for these.
The journal is edited by Yang Yanning (National Institute of Education, Singapore) who welcomes submissions through the journal’s website at https://www.equinoxpub.com/journals/index.php/RTCFL. The journal offers a forum for presenting work from a range of linguistic sub-fields related to Chinese linguistics, language pedagogy, second-language acquisition, assessment, teacher training, and curriculum design.
Review of Cognitive Linguistics Published under the auspices of the Spanish Cognitive Linguistics Association Editor-in-Chief Francisco José Ruiz de Mendoza Ibáñez, University of La Rioja, Logroño Review Editor Mária Sandra Peña Cervel, University of La Rioja ISSN: 1877-9751 E-ISSN: 1877-976X Electronic edition at ingentaJournals As of volume 8 (2010) Review of Cognitive Linguistics is the continuation of the Annual Review of Cognitive Linguistics. The Review of Cognitive Linguistics (published under the auspices of the Spanish Cognitive Linguistics Association) offers an international forum for the publication of original high-quality research from a cognitive perspective in all areas of linguistic conceptualization and communication. Fruitful debate is encouraged with neighboring academic disciplines as well as with other approaches to language study, particularly functionally-oriented ones. Subject classification Linguistics Cognition and language
This journal is devoted to all areas of English studies, including linguistics (phonetics, pragmatics, discourse analysis), ELT, English and American literature and stylistics.
A quarterly journal of Hispano-Philippine linguistics and literature.
RILI is an international journal dedicated to the study of Iberian languages. It particularly promotes more pragmatic and socio-linguistic research.
Leitura, the journal of the Programa de Pós-Graduação em Letras e Linguística da Universidade Federal de Alagoas (UFAL), publishes papers authored by researchers from national and international institutions of learning, teaching and research. Four categories of contribution related to the fields of literary, linguistic and cultural studies are welcomed: paper, essay, book review, and interview. All submissions are read by two anonymous referees. Papers should be written in one of the following languages: Portuguese, English, French, Spanish, or German.
Revista Letras & Letras accepts for publication original articles in his specialty: linguistic studies on language and / or classical and modern literature, linguistics theories, theory of literature, studies on the teaching of languages and literature, critical reviews of published works in the areas science of language and theory of literary criticism and as the theme set for each number to be published. Revista Letras & Letras accept jobs from graduate students and, preferably, Professors, written in Portuguese, Spanish, French and English spelling patterns observed in force in each case.
Revista Nebrija publishes articles based on linguistics applied to the learning and acquisition of languages. Revista Nebrija aims at: promoting academic debate and focusing this debate on empirical results achieved by any kind of scientifically accurate method. Journal's preferred structure is discussion (i.e. key papers followed by peer comments). Revista Nebrija will try to promote multidisciplinary knowledge. The editors of the Journal are pleased to accept contributions from any theoretical and methodological approach related with applied linguistics and language learning. The editors encourage submission of papers dealing with Spanish language, but they are also open to other languages. The Journal's main language of publication is Spanish. Papers submitted in English will be published bilingually (i.e. Spanish-English). Revista Nebrija is an Open access journal (i.e. readers will not be charged for access). This is a peer-reviewed journal.
Revista Tradumàtica is both a research and a professional journal on translation. Its field of interest encompasses everything related to Translation Technologies. Revista Tradumàtica publishes a yearly issue with two sections: a monographical section, and an open section that publishes papers on any of the journal’s fields of interest. Revista Tradumàtica is a peer-reviewed journal. The copyright of the published contributions belongs to the authors, unless other conditions have been agreed on.
The electronic Journal of Portuguese and Spanish Lexically Based Creoles (RCBLPE) is the official journal of the Association for Portuguese and Spanish Lexically Based Creoles (ACBLPE). It is intended as a focus for international research on Iberian Romance-based pidgin and creole languages, and language contacts involving Portuguese or Spanish. The journal promotes the publication of current research on all aspects of theory and description of those languages and contact situations. All scholars involved in the study of these languages are invited to submit the product of their research for publication.
Revista de Estudos da Linguagem is a peer-reviewed, biannual journal, sponsored by the School of Letters and the Graduate Program in Linguists at Federal University of Minas Gerais (Brazil) since 1992. Its mission is to promote scientific research in the field of Theoretical Linguistics and Linguistic Analysis, therefore fostering scientific debate and progress in the area. The journal accepts electronic submissions on an ongoing basis.
Revista de Filología Románica (RFR) publishes papers related to the study of the languages, the literatures and the cultures of areas that speak a Romance language. Papers and contributions in any Romance language as well as in English or German are welcome.
Revista de Lengua para Fines Específicos (LFE) is a peer-reviewed journal published annually since 1993. The languages of publication are Spanish, English, French, and German, although other languages could be also considered. LFE invites submissions of original full-length articles, short articles and book reviews from scholars in the field of languages for specific and professional purposes. Article topics must fall into any field of applied linguistics within the scope of specialized languages. This includes areas of discourse analysis, pragmatics, sociology, contrastive analysis, global languages, development and implementation of specialized corpora and software, learning and teaching techniques and methodology, curriculum development, among others. The journal also accepts articles describing running projects on the field of languages for specific purposes. Contributions with a historical scope are also of interest for the journal.
This journal aims to contribute to the dissemination of scholarly research in the field of language study.
ELIS -Echanges de Linguistique en Sorbonne (previously Dialogues Interlinguistiques) is the working papers series of the Echanges de Linguistique en Sorbonne association, hosted by the Open Edition Consortium under http://elis.hypotheses.org We are dedicated to promoting peer-reviewed work by linguists from all theoretical backgrounds. The main publication language is French, but we encourage submissions in English, as well.
The Revue Québécoise de Linguistique publishes articles, mostly in French, in general and applied linguistics.
Revue Romane Langue et littérature. International Journal of Romance Languages and Literatures Now Published by John Benjamins Publishing Editor-in-Chief Maj-Britt Mosegaard Hansen, University of Manchester Jørn Boisen, University of Copenhagen Consulting Editors Paolo D'Achille, Rome Frederick de Armas, Chicago, Ill. R.-L. Etienne Barnett, Atlanta/Paris Javier Blasco, Valladolid Karin Gundersen, Oslo Béatrice Lamiroy, Leuven Maija Lehtonen, Helsinki Martin Maiden, Oxford Michael Metzeltin, Vienna Alain Montandon, Clermont Ferrand Yves-Charles Morin, Montréal Corinne Rossari, Fribourg Francisco José Ruiz de Mendoza Ibáñez, Logroño Catherine Schnedecker, Metz Scott A. Schwenter, Columbus, Ohio Richard Waltereit, Newcastle upon Tyne ISSN: 0035-3906 E-ISSN: 1600-0811 Revue Romane publishes studies about Romance languages and literature as well as reviews of linguistic and literary works. Revue Romane is especially interested in articles that focus on methodological and/or theoretical arguments of the treated topic. Revue Romane was previously published by Blackwell Publishing. John Benjamins Publishing Company is the official publisher as of Volume 43 (2008). This journal is peer reviewed and indexed in: European Reference Index for the Humanities Subject classification Linguistics Romance linguistics Literature & Literary Studies Romance literature & literary studies
Revue Romane (ISSN 0035-3906) appears twice a year, in June and in December. The journal publishes articles, squibs and book reviews in the fields of Romance linguistics, philology and literature. All contributions must be written in one of the Romance languages.
Canada's only bilingual journal on applied linguistics.
RSP is a semestrial journal dedicated to both Semantics and Pragmatics (and of course also to the Semantics/Pragmatics Interface). It was created in 1997. RSP is a peer-reviewed journal. It is published mainly in French, but papers in English, German, Spanish, and Italian are also accepted. Each of the two issues (june and december) includes: - a thematical section - an open section - a debate section - abstracts - a book reviews section and possibly - a thesis abstract section - conference annoucement section
English will follow La RELQ/QSJL est l'initiative d'étudiants de doctorat en linguistique des universités du Québec, mais elle concerne tous les étudiants de toutes les universités quel que soit leur niveau. Vous pouvez nous envoyer vos articles par courriel à l'adresse de la revue. Votre article doit répondre aux normes de publication téléchargeables à l'adresse suivante: http://www.relq.uqam.ca The QSJL is an initiative of doctoral students in linguistics attending universities in Quebec, but it concerns all students of all universities, no matter what their level of education. Articles should be sent to us via e-mail to the address of the journal. Your article must follow the publication guidelines downloadable at the following address: http://www.relq.uqam.ca
"Rhetorik" not only presents a summary of research on rhetoric in Germany, it also features an extensive review section highlighting the latest German-language publications on rhetoric. "Rhetorik" is covered by the following abstracting and indexing services: - Dietrich's Index Philosophicus - Germanistik - IBR International Bibliography of Book Reviews in Scholarly Literature in the Humanities and Social Sciences - IBZ International Bibliography of Periodical Literature in the Humanities and Social Sciences
The Rice Working Papers in Linguistics (RWPL) is an annual volume published by the Rice Linguistics Society, a student-run organization at Rice University in Houston, Texas. This series is intended to provide a forum for scholars whose work falls in line with our department’s focus on functional, usage-based approaches to language study using empirical data.
A bi-national, interdisciplinary journal relating to issues of language and culture on the US-Mexico border and in border regions throughout the world.
The Italian Journal of Philosophy of Language (RIFL) accepts and publishes articles regarding theoretical and empirical research in the fields of Philosophy of Language, Semiotics, Psychology and Linguistics, with an interdisciplinary approach to studying the issues. For this reason, RIFL invites and accepts contributions from the different research traditions, provided that they are consistent with the approach of the journal. For the same reason RIFL publishes papers in Italian, English, French, German, Spanish and Russian. Papers will be sent out for blind review.
Defining philology in its broadest sense, Romance Philology is broad and deep in its coverage: fields of enquiry include late Latin, the medieval literatures of the Romance languages, historical and general linguistics, and textual criticism. In recent years, particular emphasis has been placed on the development of the Romance languages in the Americas. The book review section, famous for its critical and authoritative essays on current research, is an indispensable source for institutional libraries and scholars. Two issues are published each year, one in the autumn and one in the spring. In the half century of its publication, Romance Philology established an international reputation as one of the most prestigious journals dedicated to the linguistic history and medieval literature of the Romance languages. Its primary role is disseminating research to an international community of scholars. Romance Philology publishes contributions in the major Romance languages, English and German.
The "Romance Studies Bibliography" has been published since 1923 as a Supplement to the Zeitschrift für romanische Philologie (est. 1877). It lists the bibliographical data for monographs, collected volumes, articles and reviews for literary and linguistic studies with the exception of French literary studies.
The "Romanistisches Jahrbuch" (RJb) is the only scholarly journal to regularly provide information about the representation of Romance languages, literatures and cultural studies at German and Austrian universities. It systematically compiles accepted doctoral dissertations and postdoctoral theses, as well as theses projects currently in progress at German-speaking universities. The first section of the annual features current reviews. In addition, essays on central questions from linguistics and literary studies regarding one single or several Romance languages are published. The second section is dedicated to current problems concerning the Iberoromance languages and literatures (Spanish/Portuguese within and outside of Europe, Catalan). "Romanistisches Jahrbuch" is covered by the following abstracting and indexing services: - Dietrich's Index Philosophicus - Germanistik - IBR International Bibliography of Book Reviews in Scholarly Literature in the Humanities and Social Sciences - IBZ International Bibliography of Periodical Literature in the Humanities and Social Sciences - INIST - MLA International Bibliography - Romanische Bibliographie ERIH category NAT
Romanitas, lenguas y literaturas romances (RLLR) is a multilingual journal of Romance Studies published twice a year since 2006 by the Colectivo Romanitas of the University of Puerto Rico. It deals with any aspect of the cultural manifestations of romance societies. Any contributions will be welcomed for our second volume. Manuscripts are accepted in Spanish, French, Italian, Portuguese or English. Maximum length: 30 pages with bibliography and end-notes. Articles should be submitted no later than October 31, 2007. All papers submitted to RLLR should be unpublished and not be currently under evaluation by any other journal. Manuscripts should be in conformity with the general RLLR guidelines which may be consulted at the following Internet address: http://humanidades.uprrp.edu/romanitas/protocolo.html
International Journal for the Study of the Russian Language. Russian Linguistics is an international forum for all scholars working in the field of Russian linguistics and its manifold diversity, ranging from phonetics and phonology to syntax and the linguistic analysis of texts (text grammar), including both diachronic and synchronic problems. Besides original articles and reviews, Russian Linguistics publishes regular surveys of current scholarly writings from other periodicals. Topics that fall within the scope of the journal include: Traditional-structuralist as well as generative-transformational and other modern approaches to questions of synchronic and diachronic grammar; Phonetics and phonology, morphology, syntax, pragmatics and semantics of Russian and Old Russian; Philological problems of Russian and Old Russian texts; Russian grammar in its relation to linguistic universals; History of Russian literary language; Russian dialectology.
RæL: Revista Electrónica de Lingüística Aplicada is the electronic journal of the Spanish Association for Applied Linguistics (AESLA, member of AILA). RæL is published yearly. The journal is peer-reviewed and written in Spanish, English or French. Abstracts in English and keywords are included along with open access, full text journal articles downloadable in pdf. Areas of interest include language teaching and acquisition, phonology and phonetics, lexicology and lexicography, language for specific purposes, language psychology, sociolinguistics, pragmatics, discourse analysis, corpus linguistics, computational linguistics and translation.
The Journal of Selim (ISSN 1132-631X) publishes articles, notes, reviews, book notes and other original scientific and academic papers that contribute to the advancement of Medieval English Studies and Comparative Medieval Studies. The language of publication is English, but submissions in other European languages (Spanish, French, German or Italian) may also be considered. Selim is published as a single yearly volume. Originals submitted for possible publication will be subject to double-blind peer reviewing.
The aim of the journal Procesamiento del Lenguaje Natural is to provide a forum to publish scientific-technical articles in the field of Natural Language Processing (NLP), both to the national and the international scientific community. The articles have to be unpublished and not been postulated to be published simultaneously in other journals or conference proceedings. The journal also wants to promote the development of the different related areas within NLP, to spread the research that is carried out, to identify future guidelines for basic research, and to show software applications in this field. Every year the Sociedad Española de Procesamiento del Lenguaje Natural (SEPLN) publishes two numbers of the journal, including original articles, presentations of R&D projects, book reviews and summaries of PhD theses. The journal’s print edition is distributed freely for all the SEPLN members, but an open access journal is also freely available to all online readers.
Newsletter of the Special Interest Group on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining. We are particularly interested in short research and survey articles on various aspects of data mining and KDD. Explorations is also a forum for publishing position papers, controversial positions, challenges to the community, product reviews, book reviews, news items and other items of interest to the field.
SKASE - The Slovak Association for the Study of English, as a national member of ESSE, is a society of researchers and teachers of English languages, literatures in English, cultures and area studies of English-speaking people in Slovakia ... Given the non-existence of specialized linguistic and literary journals in the field of English linguistics and English studies, one of the main aims of SKASE is to promote research at Slovak universities by establishing and publishing – in co-operation with Prešov University – international journals of theoretical linguistics, applied linguistics, and translation science. By organizing conferences and seminars SKASE intends to bring together scholars, researchers and teachers of various aspects of English studies both from Slovakia and abroad to enhance the academic dialogue, research, and intellectual exchange.
SKY Journal of Linguistics is the annual publication of the Linguistic Association of Finland. It welcomes unpublished original works from authors of all nationalities and theoretical persuasions. Every manuscript is reviewed by at least two anonymous referees. In addition to full-lenght articles, the journal also accepts short (3-5 pages) 'squibs' as well as book reviews. For more details, see http://www.ling.helsinki.fi/sky .
STJ Sayyab Translation Journal is a double-blind peer-reviewed international journal dedicated to promoting scholarly exchange among theorists, teachers and researchers in the field of translation studies.
The primary aim of the e-journal is to provide a forum for discussions of theoretical and practical research in a number of areas of General Linguistics and the study of English in particular, including (but not limited to) the following: discourse analysis and types of discourse; narrative studies; language and mass media, language and politics; social, occupational and geographical varieties of English; sociolinguistics; language and culture; communication studies, etc.
Sargasso is a journal dedicated to the study of the literature, language, and culture of the Caribbean. It focuses on the Anglophone Caribbean but also covers other Caribbean islands and communities, including Puerto Rico. It is published by the University of Puerto Rico and organized by editors in the Department of English. Topics very according to issue but Sargasso generally publishes critical essays, interviews, book reviews, and some poems and short stories. Sargasso particularly welcomes material written by the people of the Caribbean and/or about the Caribbean. Future issues will increasingly reflect the editors' interests in Caribbean theater, film, performance, language, and poetry and cultural analysis.
STJ has been founded to enhance translation and Arabic-English contrastive studies. It addresses theoretical and practical aspects of translation from Arabic into English and vice versa. STJ is an excellent avenue for cross-cultural communication between Arabic-speaking and English-speaking cultures and sub-cultures.
Science, Technology and Arts Research (STAR) Journal (ISSN: 2226-7522 (Print) and ISSN: 2305-3327 (Online)) is an official international journal of Wollega University, quarterly publishing the finest peer-reviewed research in all fields of science, technology and arts on the basis of its originality, importance, interdisciplinary interest, timeliness, accessibility, elegance and surprising conclusions. The multi-disciplinary nature of STAR journal is apparent in the wide range of articles from leading Ethiopian scholars. This journal also aims to introduce Ethiopian academic achievements to the world community, by demonstrating the significance of Ethiopian scientific investigations.
The Scientific Bulletin is a direct successor of the 'Bulletin Scientifique de l'Ecole Polytechnique de Timisoara' which was started in 1923. Publication programme: one volume per year in two issues. The 'Modern Languages' series of the Bulletin publishes original papers in all areas of theoretical and applied linguistics, as well as in communication science. The 2005 issue will be dedicated to publishing research focusing primarily on Translation and Interpreting Studies, Discourse Analysis, Pragmatics, Rhetoric, Terminology, LSP, Foreign Language Teaching, and Professional Communication. Deadline for submitting papers: October 1, 2005. Languages of the Bulletin: English, French, and German. Papers will be referred to a scientific committee. Stylesheet: please contact the editor. Politehnica University of Timisoara Dept. of Communication and Foreign Languages Daniel Dejica Str. Traian Lalescu 2a 300223 Timisoara, Romania E-mail: email@example.com
Literature has an important role in human culture. Broadly interpreted, literature is defined as all cultural artefacts that make use of literary devices, such as narrativity, metaphoricity, symbolism. Its manifestations include novels, short stories, poetry, theatre, film, television, and, more recently, digital forms such as hypertext storytelling. This new journal, Scientific Study of Literature (SSOL), will publish empirical studies that apply scientific stringency to cast light on the structure and function of literary phenomena. The journal welcomes contributions from many disciplinary perspectives (psychological, developmental, cross-cultural, cognitive, neuroscience, computational, and educational) to deepen our understanding of literature, literary processes, and literary applications. Scientific Study of Literature (SSOL) is the official journal of IGEL (the International Society for the Empirical Study of Literature). IGEL membership includes a subscription to SSOL. This journal is peer reviewed and indexed in: MLA, LB, LLBA
Every year, Scottish Language publishes the best, latest research on Scotland’s languages and linguistics. From place-name study to medieval poetry to language in the modern media, Scottish Language is the foremost publication in this field. Papers published in Scottish Language are abstracted and indexed in Academic Search Premier.
Scripta Manent, the journal of the Slovene Association of LSP Teachers, is a peer-reviewed journal designed primarily as a resource for teachers of languages for specific purposes who are involved in secondary and tertiary education. It is committed to contributing to the professional development of its readers around the world by publishing manuscripts that strive to bridge theory and practice in the LSP teaching profession.
Scriptum Digital is a free access electronic journal devoted to disseminate quality research on theoretical and methodological aspects related to diachronic corpora and digital edition in the Ibero-Romance languages (textual databases, corpus design, data mining, philological aspects of corpus design and digital edition, corpus based linguistic studies, etc.). The journal does not favor any theoretical or methodological approach in particular. The articles published in Scriptum Digital are selected through a peer review, double blind evaluation process. The languages of publication are all the Ibero-Romance languages plus English. Currently Scriptum Digital has a periodicity of one number per year. For information on style sheet, scientific committee, editorial standards, contact information and to consult the published numbers see the journal’s website at http://www.scriptumdigital.org/.
Second Language Research publishes theoretical and experimental papers concerned with second language acquisition and second language performance. In addition to providing a forum for investigators in the field of non-native language learning, it seeks to promote interdisciplinary research which links acquisition studies to related non-applied fields such as neurolinguistics, theoretical linguistics and first language developmental psycholinguistics. URL- https://online.sagepub.com/cgi/register
The journal Semantic Web - Interoperability, Usability, Applicability brings together researchers from various fields which share the vision and need for more effective and meaningful ways to share information across agents and services on the future internet and elsewhere. As such, Semantic Web technologies shall support the seamless integration of data, on-the-fly composition and interoperation of Web services, as well as more intuitive search engines. Based on this vision, the journal welcomes contributions ranging from theoretical and foundational research over methods and tools to descriptions of concrete ontologies and applications in all areas.
Semantics and Pragmatics (S&P) is a peer-reviewed open access journal. The main content is high quality, original, self-contained research articles on the semantics and pragmatics of natural languages. While our target audience is primarily academic linguists, we expect to also publish material by, or of relevance to, philosophers, psychologists, and computer scientists. The journal is affiliated with and published by the Linguistic Society of America under its eLanguage initiative, and receives financial support from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the University of Texas at Austin.
Semantics-Syntax Interface seeks to provide a platform for the discussion of theoretical developments in syntax/semantics interface based on formal and experimental methods. Edited by young scholars, Semantics-Syntax Interface welcomes research articles, short contributions (squibs, replies) as well as review articles. The journal publishes studies mainly focused on (but not limited to) mood and modality, quantification, argument structure, tense, aspect, event structure, and negation. All submissions will undergo double-blind review. Semantics-Syntax Interface is published by University of Tehran. It is an open access journal, freely available to all online readers.
The purpose of this site is to provide innovative, responsible and reliable knowledge in a variety of domains relevant to semiotics understood as the multidisciplinary study of information, meaning, communication, interpretation, sign systems and evolution, texts, interactions, organizations, cultural and social transformations, sense-making and all other topics that may emerge from future research, models and theories.
Semiotica, the Journal of the International Association for Semiotic Studies, was founded in 1969 and appears in five volumes of four issues per year, in two languages (English and French), and occasionally in German. Semiotica features articles reporting results of research in all branches of semiotic studies, in-depth reviews of selected current literature in the field, and occasional guest editorials and reports. From time to time, Special Issues, devoted to topics of particular interest, are assembled by Guest Editors. The publishers of Semiotica offer an annual prize, the Mouton d'Or, to the author of the best article each year. The article is selected by an independent international jury. Semiotica is a peer-reviewed journal of international scope.
The original journal of signed languages and the communities that use them.
Sign Language & Linguistics aims to increase our understanding of language by providing an academic forum for researchers to discuss sign languages in the larger context of natural language, crosslinguistically and crossmodally. SLL presents studies that apply existing theoretical insights to sign language in order to further our understanding of SL; it investigates and expands our knowledge of grammar based on the study of SL and it specifically addresses the effect of modality (signed vs. spoken) on the structure of grammar.
An international journal of semiotics and sign processes in culture and nature.
SIGNATA is a peer-reviewed journal that aims on the one hand to identify the main questions currently explored by the language sciences, and on the other, to structure lines of internationally recognized semiotic research. Without worrying about geographical borders. SIGNATA focuses specifically on recent discussions about the world of meaning and the processes of signification. At the same time, it proposes to structure these reflections around a set of key concepts and problems.
Revue semestrielle en sciences humaines et sociales dédiée à l'analyse des discours » et soutenue par l'AUF Publiée par la faculté de Communication de l’université Galatasaray (Istanbul, Turquie), la faculté des Lettres de l'université Ovidius de Constanta (Roumanie), la faculté des Langues et Littératures étrangères de l'université de Bucarest (Roumanie) et l’université Saint Kliment Ohridski (Sofia - Bulgarie).
Signs and Society is a multidisciplinary open-access journal in the humanities and social sciences focusing on the study of sign process (or semiosis) in the realms of social action, cognition, and cultural form. Taking as its broad mission the study of “signs and society,” the journal publishes articles that analyze sign processes in some specifiable or generalizable social circumstance, historical period, or textual artifact. Focusing directly on semiosis in its multiple dimensions, the journal aims to promote collaborative translation across analytical categories and technical vocabularies already established in distinct disciplinary traditions and to uncover unanticipated parallels in the ways semiosis is manifest in diverse empirical domains.
Silva Iaponicarum is a new concept quarterly devoted to Japanese studies and published in Polish, English and Japanese. Silva is issued by Japanese studies institutions in Poland. The first fascicle of the periodical appeared in September 2004. The main objective of Silva Iaponicarum is to publish internationally the results of research on japanology conducted by Polish and foreign researchers. We accept contributions in English and Japanese as well as translations of Japanese texts into any target language. This WWW service makes previous fascicles of Silva Iaponicarum available in PDF format. We await new contributions to Silva Iaponicarum. Please send them to our mail or e-mail address. We will also welcome our readers' comments, both on the formula of our quarterly and its contents.
Sintagma is a yearly publication founded in 1988 and it is open for reception of contributions (articles and reviews) for issue number 24 (December 2012). Studies in both theoretical and applied linguistics are welcome, as well as works on any language or language variety, and contrastive linguistics. The only condition is that all submissions must be original and must not be under consideration by other journals or have been published elsewhere.
Slovenski jezik/Slovene Linguistic Studies is devoted to linguistics and is specifically concerned with problems connected with Slovene. It features contributions in several languages and an international authorship. The periodical strives to contribute to the development of high-quality research on Slovene and serve as a forum for the dissemination of ideas and research by investigators with various theoretical viewpoints, from different schools of thought, as well as cultural backgrounds. Issues are scheduled to appear ever other year.
The Institute for Slavic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Moscow) has launched a new peer-reviewed journal dedicated to aspects of Slavic philology and neighbouring fields (traditionally the Institute has been doing research not only on Slavic, but also on Baltic and Balkan philology, as well as looking on Slavic in a broader areal and typological context). The journal will publish papers not only in Russian, but in Slavic and in the major European languages: English, German, French and Italian. The editors urge the authors to submit papers in major European languages. We hope that the journal will become a forum of interaction and mutual enrichment of the Russian, East European and Western philological traditions. The journal will come out in two issues per year both in hard copies and online. ISSN 2305-6754 (online); ISSN 2304-0785 (print).
Technical notes in syntax and semantics.
Social Semiotics is a journal that publishes high quality papers that deal with the study of communicational resources and practices through words, images, behaviours, settings, sounds, design, etc, and the way these are connected to the organization of societies and everyday lives. Articles can include linguistic analysis, visual analysis, content analysis, ethnography, interviews, production studies and can be tied into political economic analysis. Social semiotics is critical sign study which is aware of the specific and strategic ways in which signs are created, used and received in different domains. It asks 'what kinds of semiotic resources are used in specific institutional or social contexts and how do these reflect and conceal specific interests, power relations and communicative strategies?'. The journal welcomes papers especially that analyse the everyday and the sociopolitical significance of representations.
Society & Animals: Journal of Human-Animal Studies is a cutting edge resource for scholars in the social sciences and humanities. S&A publishes studies that describe and analyze our human experiences of non-human animals and their policy implications.
Sociocultural Pragmatics (SOPRAG) is a biannual publication that encourages the international dissemination of research results on theoretical and applied linguistics, focusing on social and cultural aspects of the Spanish language in all its forms and expressions. SOPRAG publishes high-quality papers that are useful to establish the interdependence between pragmatic, social, and cultural aspects of the Spanish language and its relations with other languages. SOPRAG welcomes manuscripts with thematic, theoretical, empirical, and terminological aspects in the area of Pragmatics, with an emphasis on sociocultural perspectives. SOPRAG accepts original papers preferably written in Spanish, but will consider manuscripts written in other Romance languages and English.
Sociolinguistic Studies is the new title of Estudios de Sociolinguistica http://www.equinoxpub.com/journals/index.php/SS a journal founded in 2000 at the University of Vigo (Spain), and indexed/abstracted in the International Bibliography of the Social Sciences (IBSS); Latindex; Linguistics Abstracts (LA); Linguistics & Language Behavior Abstracts (LLBA); MLA International Bibliography; SocINDEX; Sociological Abstracts; and Bibliographie Linguistique/Linguistic Bibliography. Sociolinguistic Studies will be published at United Kingdom by Equinox Publishing House (www.equinoxpub.com). There are three issues per volume year (April, August, and December), the first issue, with the new title, is due in April 2007. Sociolinguistic Studies is a peer-reviewed journal in two formats: online and in hard copy, internationally diffused and distributed (ISSN: 1750-8649 -hard-, ISSN: 1750-8657 -online). Sociolinguistic Studies offers a linguistic and cultural bridge between the Romance world -particularly the Spanish and Latin American world- and the English-speaking world. The journal publishes substantial research papers, discussion notes, reviews and review articles (the Book Review Editor is Aneta Pavlenko, Temple University), and regularly publishes thematic issues. The editors invite contributions in English, Spanish or French (75% of the contents of the journal are in English). Edited in Galicia (Spain), the journal pays special attention to minority languages and cultures, language contact and change, linguistic diversity, language revival, shift and loss, language and social inequalities, and language planning and policy. We consider that bilingualism and multilingualism is an essential field linking sociolinguistics with other disciplines (psycholinguistics, linguistic anthropology, pedagogy, etc.). The journal will also pay special attention to theoretical and methodological contributions from sociology, social psychology or anthropology that can give consistency to the theoretical and methodological principles of sociolinguistics, and to make known the conceptual evolution in the social sciences among sociolinguists. Sociolinguistic Studies takes an ecumenical approach to the different schools, methodological principles or research orientations within sociolinguistic research and also accepts contributions from related fields such as pragmatics, discourse analysis, conversational analysis, interactional linguistics, language acquisition and socialization, linguistic anthropology, ethnomethodology and the ethnography of communication. Papers should be limited to approximately 7.000 words (Din A4 size), in Word-PC format. For further details, please contact the journal Editors. Please send submissions (preferably in electronic format) to the Editors: Fernando Ramallo (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Xoan Paulo Rodriguez-Yanez (email@example.com). Postal address: Sociolinguistic Studies Facultade Filoloxia e Traducion Universidade de Vigo Campus das Lagoas-Marcosende Praza das Cantigas, s/n E-36310 Vigo (Spain) The Journal Editors: Xoan Paulo Rodriguez-Yanez firstname.lastname@example.org Fernando Ramallo email@example.com
This yearbook deals with language problems in Europe, especially with the conditions and consequences of Europe’s economic and political integration. Each volume is dedicated to a particular topic, but contains also book reviews, reports on the sociolinguistic research in individual countries, and a comprehensive bibliography on new sociolinguistic publications in Europe. Languages of publication: German, English, French. "Sociolinguistica" is covered by the following abstracting and indexing services: - Dietrich's Index Philosophicus - Germanistik - IBR International Bibliography of Book Reviews in Scholarly Literature in the Humanities and Social Sciences - IBZ International Bibliography of Periodical Literature in the Humanities and Social Sciences - MLA International Bibliography
South Asia Language Pedagogy and Technology (SALPAT) provides a space for faculty teaching the languages of South Asia to discuss and analyze the latest theories and/or practices in the field of second language acquisition studies. This journal is peer-refereed, and its Editorial Board is comprised of experts in South Asian and other languages and in fields as diverse as technology, applied linguistics, sociolinguistics, theoretical linguistics, and heritage language issues.
SALR is a bi-annual journal published in January and June beginning with January 1991. It publishes papers on theoretical as well as applied aspects of language and linguistics and book reviews.
Designed to enhance communication between researchers and to facilitate the distribution of current work on syntax and semantics.
*Listed in the Thomson Reuters Journal Citation Reports® Southern African Linguistics and Applied Language Studies publishes articles on a wide range of linguistic topics and acts as a forum for research into all the languages of southern Africa, including English and Afrikaans. Original contributions are welcomed on any of the core areas of linguistics, both theoretical (e.g. syntax, phonology, semantics) and applied (e.g. sociolinguistic topics, language teaching, language policy). Review articles, short research reports and book reviews are also welcomed. Articles in languages other than English are accompanied by an extended English summary. For more information, visit the NISC website: http://www.nisc.co.za/journals?id=9
Publishes papers across broad range of topics in linguistics, though research papers dealing with the languages of the southwestern United States and northern Mexico are especially encouraged.
Spanish in Context Editors Rosina Márquez Reiter, University of Surrey Ofelia García, Teachers College Columbia University Francisco Moreno Fernández, Universidad de Alcalá de Henares Review Editor Francisco Yus, University of Alicante ISSN: 1571-0718 E-ISSN: 1571-0726 Electronic edition at ingentaJournals Spanish in Context publishes original theoretical, empirical and methodological studies into pragmatics and sociopragmatics, variationist and interactional sociolinguistics, sociology of language, discourse and conversation analysis, functional contextual analyses, bilingualism, and crosscultural and intercultural communication with the aim of extending our knowledge of Spanish and of these disciplines themselves. This journal is peer reviewed and indexed in: IBR/IBZ, European Reference Index for the Humanities
Published by Elsevier, an international journal covering all aspects of speech communication processes.
Speech and Context is a Journal of Linguistics, Semiotics and Literary Science. It publishes materials in English, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, Romanian and Ukranian.
The yearbook Speech and Language Technology (SLT) has been pubished by the Polish Phonetic Association for almost 40 years (at the beginning under the title "Speech Synthesis and Analysis"). The papers published in the SLT concern topics from the following areas: speech and language technology (speech synthesis, recognition), speech and language processing, linguistics in general, phonetics and phonology, speech production and perception, speech acoustics, prosody, second language learning (especially as regards pronunciation and prosody training in L2), phonetics in medical applications, language resources (especially as regards creation and annotation of speech and text corpora, and lexica).
The topics of 'Sprache & Sprachen' cover all areas of scientific and practically oriented treatment of language and languages: grammatical theory, language typology, computational linguistics, the philosophy of language, psycholinguistics, historical linguistics and more. Also, all aspects of linguistic description of specific languages are part of the program, as well as side glances to neighboring disciplines like psychology, sociology, political sciences, history and literature, if taken from the linguistic point of view. New submissions are welcome! Of course, also non-members may publish their work with GeSuS e.V. Articles can be written in German or English. At the time, Sprache & Sprachen appears twice a year; the most recent issue is #41. Up from issue #33 (2006), the journal can be downloaded from http://redaktion.gesus-info.de/S&S-online/ Orders of hard copies and subscriptions can be sent to the publisher (see URL).
A newsletter, available online, about language and data processing. Published in German.
"STUF" versteht sich als Forum für fachwissenschaftliche Beiträge aus den Gebieten der Sprachtypologie und Universalienforschung. "STUF" veröffentlicht entsprechende Originalstudien, die sich sprachvergleichend mit der strukturellen Vielfalt und/oder mit den Konstanten menschlicher Sprache(n) in empirischer und/oder theoretischer Weise auseinandersetzen. Beiträge zur Fachgeschichte sind gleichfalls willkommen. Arbeiten zur Arealtypologie und diachronen Typologie werden bevorzugt berücksichtigt. "STUF" is a forum for scholarly articles in the realm of linguistic typology und universals research. The journal covers original empirical and/or theoretical studies of the structural diversity and/or of the invariants of human language(s). Equally welcome are contributions to the historiography of linguistic typology and universals research. "STUF" especially encourages potential contributors to submit papers with a learning towards areal typology and/or diachronic typology. Editorial Office: http://www.oldenbourg.de/cgi-bin/romedia?Z=4568
Stellenbosch Papers in Linguistics (SPiL) is an annual/biannual open access, peer-reviewed international journal, published by the Department of General Linguistics, Stellenbosch University. The papers published in SPiL are intended for scholars with an interest in linguistics and related disciplines. SPiL provides a platform for scholars to share knowledge in the form of high quality empirical and theoretical research papers, case studies, literature reviews and book reviews.
"Studi Linguistici e Filologici On-line" (SLiFO) is the official on-line journal of the Department of Linguistics of the University of Pisa. It publishes works in all the fields of linguistics. The articles are accurately selected by a board of consulting editors, constituted by the teaching staff of the Department. The journal is annual.
Studia Anglica Posnaniensia is an international review of English studies. The journal carries original articles on English linguistics and American and English literature as well as book reviews. Preference, however, is given to linguistic contributions which will occupy three quarters of its contents. The language of the journal is English.
German linguistics, literature and language teaching.
Studia Iberica et Americana (SIBA) is a peer-reviewed journal hosted by the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures at California State University-Fullerton. It is published annually (January) in print and digital formats. Founded in 2014 by Professor Enric Mallorquí-Ruscalleda, SIBA emerged from the international consortium formed by the following universities: California State University-Fullerton, Center for Medieval Studies-University of São Paulo, University of Girona, Prometeo/ISIC-IVITRA/University of Alicante, the Seu Universitària de la Nucía (Alicante), and Pablo de Olavide University. SIBA seeks to publish high-quality scholarly articles which may contribute to the advancement of Iberian and Latin American studies.
Studia Linguistica aims to publish high quality, original papers within the field of general linguistics, such as syntax, morphology, phonology, semantics, pragmatics, psycholinguistics and computational linguistics. The editors welcome reviews of new monographs in the field as well as initiatives for thematic issues with guest editors.
Studia Logica publishes original papers on various logical systems, which utilize methods of contemporary formal logic (those of algebra, model theory, proof theory, etc.). More specifically, Studia Logica invites articles on topics in general logic (as defined in 1991 Mathematical Subject Classification) and on applications of logic to other branches of knowledge such as philosophy, the methodology of science or linguistics. The distinctive feature of Studia Logica is its series of monothematic issues edited by outstanding scholars and devoted to important topics of contemporary logic or covering significant conferences.
Studia Neophilologica publishes articles on English, German and the Romance languages and literatures, and reviews of books in these fields. The contributions represent both historically oriented research and synchronic and structural studies, and the journal is not limited to any particular linguistic or literary period. Many articles concern methodological questions within the fields of general linguistics and literary theory. The majority of the contributions, however, investigate specific linguistic problems or deal with specific literary texts. The journal thus covers a wide and diversified field in its attempt to mirror the problems that concern today's researchers in the fields of English, German and Romance studies.
Newsletter (in ezine format)of the German Association of the History of Linguistics.
Studies in African Linguistics provides a public forum within the community of African language scholars for discourse on issues of direct concern to the field of African Linguistics. Thus, the journal seeks to publish African language data and analysis that might not find a place easily or suitably in more general journals.
The journal Studies in Applied Linguistics (SALi) is focused on various topics of applied linguistics, interdisciplinary areas of linguistic research and related methodological issues. Apart from original studies, the journal contains portraits of important linguists, translations or reprints of fundamental and inspirative works from the relevant linguistic fields, reviews of research publications and information about current events in the field, primarily in the Central European region. The contributions are in Czech, Slovak or English, and every contribution is accompanied by an English abstract, possibly also by a longer summary in another language.
Studies in Chinese Learning and Teaching (SCLT) is a free open-access journal that publishes pedagogical reports and research papers in the field of Chinese learning and teaching. It is especially interested in essays and studies that contribute to a better understanding of Chinese language, literature and culture education. The journal also publishes critical reviews of books and software that contribute to Chinese pedagogy and student work in their Chinese classes (e.g., essays and calligraphy). In addition, SCLT serves as a forum for Chinese learners, educators and program administrators to exchange thoughts on all aspects of Chinese education.
Studies in Chinese Linguistics is an international academic journal devoted to comparative study of Chinese language and linguistics and a platform for research of comparative linguistics and dialectal grammar under a comparative approach. We especially welcome synchronic or diachronic comparative works on any aspects of the syntax, semantics, and morphology among Chinese dialects or between a Chinese language/dialect and any languages that contribute to theoretical linguistics or have significant theoretical implications.
Studies in Communication Sciences is an international journal that publishes original articles of high quality in all areas of communication, e.g. linguistics, semiotics, rhetoric, media, mass communication, corporate and institutional communication, management of communication, information and communication technology, formal models of communication, communication in educational environment, intercultural communication, sociology and psychology of communication. As a general forum for communication scholarship the Journal is especially interested in research whose significance crosses disciplinary and sub-field boundaries. Authors are invited to submit original papers that are not under consideration for presentation elsewhere. All submissions are thoroughly double-blind peer-reviewed for originality, soundness, significance, and relevance.
Studies in Graduate and Professional Student Development is a peer-reviewed book series designed to provide a platform for the discussion of the research, issues, and programs that address the professional development of graduate and professional students. Areas addressed include: -Research on teaching, professional development, curricula, assessment and evaluation, training, certification, and career planning -Research on effective disciplinary and interdisciplinary programs and workshop design, implementation and evaluation for teaching and learning -Research on the transition from graduate school to full-time faculty positions -Basic research on teaching and learning
Studies in Hispanic and Lusophone Linguistics is a refereed journal dedicated to publishing work in all sub-fields of linguistics and from all descriptive and theoretical approaches. The only requirement is that articles deal primarily with Hispanic and/or Lusophone linguistics, which is interpreted broadly so as to include not only Spanish and Portuguese, but also Catalan, Galician, Spanish and Portuguese-based creoles, and other such areas of investigation.
Studies in Language International Journal sponsored by the Foundation âFoundations of Languageâ Editors: Bernard Comrie (Max Planck Institute, Leipzig) Michael Noonan (University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee) Werner Abraham (University of California, Berkeley) Studies in Language provides a forum for the discussion of issues in contemporary linguistics from discourse-pragmatic, functional, and typological perspectives. Areas of central concern are: discourse grammar; syntactic, morphological and semantic universals; pragmatics; grammaticalization and grammaticalization theory; and the description of problems in individual languages from a discourse-pragmatic, functional, and typological perspective. Special emphasis is placed on works which contribute to the development of discourse-pragmatic, functional, and typological theory and which explore the application of empirical methodology to the analysis of grammar. Two special book-series are affiliated to this well-established journal: Studies in Language Companion Series under the editorship of Werner Abraham and Michael Noonan, and Typological Studies in Language with T. Givon as editor. As from Vol. 20. the number of issues has been increased to 3 with a total number of pages per volume of ca. 725.
The Journal of the Joongwon Linguistic Society of Korea, Studies in Linguistics, publishes peer-reviewed, scholarly articles about all branches of linguistics, including phonetics, phonology, syntax, morphology, semantics, sociolinguistics, discourse-pragmatics, language education, and etc. The scope of this journal extends not only to work on Korean Linguistics but also English, French, German, Chinese and Russian Linguistics in all of the subareas of linguistics. Also, this includes general education, consisting of reading, writing, listening and speaking. Book reviews, remarks on special occasions may be included.
Published by Cambridge University Press. Studies in Second Language Acquisition is a refereed journal devoted to the scientific discussion of issues in second and foreign language acquisition of any language.
Studies in Second Language Learning and Teaching is a refereed journal published three times a year by the Department of English Studies, Faculty of Pedagogy and Fine Arts, Adam Mickiewicz University, Kalisz, Poland. The language of publication is English. The journal is devoted to reporting previously unpublished highest quality theoretical and empirical research on learning and teaching second and foreign languages. It deals with the learning and teaching of any language, not only English, and focuses on a variety of topics ranging from the processes underlying second language acquisition, various aspects of language learning in instructed and non-instructed settings, as well as different facets of the teaching process, including syllabus choice, materials design, classroom practices and evaluation.
Studies in Slavic and General Linguistics is a series mainly devoted to the field of descriptive linguistics. The first volume, a festschrift for Carl Ebeling, appeared in 1980. SSGL includes both collections of articles and monographs. The series appears at irregular intervals, but the editors aim at bringing out on the average one volume per year.
Studies in Variation, Contacts and Change in English is a peer-reviewed online publication featuring thematic volumes on a variety of topics related to research carried out at the VARIENG Research Unit. Articles published in the eSeries make use of multimedia and hypertextual networks of information in an effort to enhance clarity, accessibility and scholarly verifiability. While the series is primarily aimed for professional linguists and philologists, it also showcases current research in our field to interested readers beyond our field. The purpose of the series is to encourage the development of new cross-disciplinary methodologies, in particular interaction between quantitative and qualitative methods – and to encourage researchers to take advantage of the opportunities for multimedia presentation inherent to electronic publishing. The series serves as a home for publications that illustrate an innovative and cross-disciplinary approach to theory and methodology.
SLS is intended as a forum for the presentation of the latest original research by the faculty and students of the Department of Linguistics, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. Scholars outside the Department and from other institutions are also cordially invited to submit original linguistic research for consideration. In all cases, articles submitted for publication will be reviewed by a panel of at least two experts in the appropriate field to determine suitability for publication. Copyright remains with the individual authors. Authors of articles will receive one copy of the particular issue and10 offprints of their individual contributions. SLS appears twice a year, and one issue is traditionally devoted to restricted, specialized topics. A complete list of available back issues is given inside the back cover. BOOKS FOR REVIEW: Review copies of books may be sent to: Editor, Studies in the Linguistic Sciences Department of Linguistics, 4080 Foreign Languages Building University of Illinois 707 S. Mathews, Urbana, IL 61801, USA SUBSCRIPTION: Requests for subscriptions should be addressed to: Subscriptions, Studies in the Linguistic Sciences Department of Linguistics, 4080 Foreign Languages Building University of Illinois 707 South Mathews Urbana, Illinois 61801. Price per single issue: $20.00. e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone: (217) 333-3563 Fax: (217) 333-3466
The journal 'Studii de lingvistică' is the linguistics journal of the Faculty of Letters in Oradea, Romania. It is an annual publication which comes out in the last trimester of each year and includes articles and reviews from all the fields of linguistics, in thematic issues or varia. We welcome suggestions of thematic issues coming from specialists other than members of the editorial board, in which case the person who suggests the theme becomes responsible for that particular issue and contacts specialists in the field from Romania and abroad to request contributions. He/she should submit a three page presentation and abstracts of about half a page of the contributions to be published in that thematic issue. Papers may be submitted throughout the academic year. Papers for the current year should be submitted before the 30th of June. Articles are written in French or English.
Studii şi cercetări ştiinţifice. Seria filologie (Scientific Studies and Research. Philological Series) invites you to partake in an exchange of ideas on plurilingualism and interculturality, a theme widely approached nowadays by specialists in anthropology, sociology, political theory, marketing and human resources. Specific topics of the journal: - Linguistic representation and collective mentality; - Literary imaginary and ideology; - Translation, comparativism and interculturality; - Romanian culture and literature within the European context; - Ethno-anthropological premises of interculturality; - Representation, imagology, intercultural communication; - Otherness: contemporary myths; - Verbal and nonverbal: representational codes and intercultural dialogue; - Natural language and the new (multi)media technologies.
The aim of the scientific journal “Sustainable Multilingualism” is to focus on the phenomenon of multilingualism from perspectives of various fields – applied linguistics, language policy, didactics, foreign language teaching, learning and acquisition, sociolinguistics, neurolinguistics, education science, history, philosophy, psychology and other fields and branches of science. The peer-reviewed journal focuses on fostering sustainable multilingualism, acquisition and maintenance of plurilingual competence (individual multilingualism) and development of societal multilingualism, learning and maintenance of the languages of neighbouring countries and less widely taught and learnt languages, language and identity, intercultural communication; therefore, the research will be published in various official EU languages, presenting comprehensive summaries in Lithuanian and English.
Suvremena lingvistika is one of the leading linguistic journals in Croatia publishing scholary articles from various linguistic fileds and disciplines not exclusively focused on Croatian language. Suvremena lingvistika publishes articles considering linguistic issues relative to various languages. SL is a peer reviewed journal, highly selective in the choice of articles published. SL is internationaly visible and online freely available in the pdf format via its web page, EBSCO, CEEOL and HRČAK. SL has an active international board which members are reviewers, coeditors and contributors of the journal. SL is indexed in MLA, Sociological Abstracts and Bibliographie Linguistique.
Synergies Italie est une revue francophone de recherche en sciences humaines, particulièrement ouverte à l’ensemble des sciences du langage et de la communication. Sa vocation est de mettre en œuvre en Italie le Programme Mondial de Diffusion Scientifique Francophone en Réseau du GERFLINT, Groupe d’Etudes et de Recherches pour le Français Langue Internationale. C’est pourquoi elle publie essentiellement des articles dans cette langue mais sans exclusive. Comme toutes les revues qui ont obtenu la qualité de membre du GERFLINT, elle poursuit les objectifs suivants: défense de la recherche scientifique francophone dans l’ensemble des sciences humaines, promotion du dialogue entre les disciplines, les langues et les cultures, ouverture sur l’ensemble de la communauté scientifique, aide aux jeunes chercheurs, adoption d’une large couverture disciplinaire, veille sur la qualité scientifique des travaux.
La revue est ouverte à l’ensemble des sciences de la communication et du langage. Sa vocation étant de promouvoir l’usage du français dans la communication scientifique internationale, elle publie essentiellement des articles dans cette langue mais sans exclusive. La version complète de tous les articles est disponible en libre accès.
Syntax publishes a wide range of articles on the syntax of natural languages and closely related fields. The journal promotes work on formal syntactic theory and theoretically-oriented descriptive work on particular languages and comparative grammar. Syntax also publishes research on the interfaces between syntax and related fields such as semantics, morphology, and phonology, as well as theoretical and experimental studies in sentence processing, language acquisition, and other areas of psycholinguistics that bear on syntactic theories. In addition to full length research articles, Syntax features short articles which facilitate a fast review process. 'In the few years of its existence, Syntax quickly became one of the most prominent journals in the field, and unique as a source for high-quality studies at the forefront of research, combining theoretical inquiry and often significant innovation with outstanding descriptive and experimental work. It is indispensable for researchers in the areas it covers.' Noam Chomsky, Massachusets Institute of Technology, USA
Published by Elsevier, an international journal of educational technology and applied linguistics.
L’ATALA publie depuis 1960 la revue internationale Traitement Automatique des Langues (anciennement La Traduction Automatique puis TA Informations), avec le concours du CNRS. Cette revue paraît trois fois par an. Jusqu’en 2006, la version imprimée de la revue était envoyée gratuitement aux membres de l’ATALA à jour de leur cotisation et sa diffusion (hors adhérents) était assurée par Lavoisier, qui a repris les activités de HERMÈS Science. Depuis le volume 47 (2006), la revue est publiée sous format électronique en libre accès sur le site de l’ATALA. Une version imprimée sera disponible pour les personnes qui en auront fait la demande. Cette nouvelle diffusion ne change aucunement le processus rigoureux de relecture et de sélection. Cette nouvelle forme de la revue Traitement Automatique des Langues possède l’ISSN 1965-0906.
TEFLIN Journal is a biannual journal published by TEFLIN - The Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language in Indonesia. TEFLIN Journal is a double-blind peer-reviewed journal dedicated to enhancing and disseminating scholarly work in the field of English Language Teaching (ELT). The journal publishes manuscripts within the fields of teaching English as a second or foreign language, English language teaching and learning, and English language teachers' training and education. It publishes both conceptually and practically oriented articles not published nor under review elsewhere. TEFLIN Journal is an accredited journal and has been indexed in several international academic publication databases, e.g. EBSCO, Proquest, and Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ).
Founded in 1984, TESL Canada Journal is a refereed journal for practicing teachers, teacher educators, graduate students, and researchers. It considers unpublished manuscripts about the learning/teaching of Canada's official languages, subsequent-language teacher education, or the maintenance/development of minority, heritage or Aboriginal languages.
A fully-refereed Journal for ESL, EFL and Applied Linguistics.
Newsletter for ELT Professionals in Hong Kong.
TESOL Journal (TJ) is a refereed, practitioner-oriented electronic journal based on current theory and research in the field of TESOL. TJ is a forum for second and foreign language educators at all levels to engage in the ways that research and theorizing can inform, shape, and ground teaching practices and perspectives. Articles enable an active and vibrant professional dialogue about research- and theory-based practices as well as practice-oriented theorizing and research.
TESOL Quarterly, a refereed professional journal, fosters inquiry into English language teaching and learning by providing a forum for Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) professionals to share their research findings and explore ideas and relationships in the field. The Quarterly's readership includes ESOL teacher educators, teacher learners, researchers, applied linguists, and ESOL teachers.
TESOL-SPAIN Newsletter is a refereed publication aimed primarily at teachers of English as a foreign language in Spain but also worldwide. It´s purpose is to provide a forum to share ideas, research and insights into ELT together with some resources, tips and strategies we need to succeed in the EFL classroom TESOL-SPAIN NL invites submissions in both English and Spanish relating mainly to aspects of life in the classroom in the following seven categories: articles, reviews (books/software materials), interviews, convention reports, descriptions of websites, lesson plans and useful teaching tips.
In persuance of a congressional decision made at the Tocharian Colloquy held by the Indogermanische Gesellschaft at Saarbrücken in October 1995, a new editorial board has been formed with the objective to issue the journal Tocharian and Indo-European Studies (TIES) which was discontinued by the untimely death of its founder Joerundur Hilmarsson in 1992.
"Taal & Tongval. Language variation in the Low Countries" is a journal devoted to the scientific study of language variation in the Netherlands and Flanders, in neighbouring areas and in languages related to Dutch. All types of variation are covered, including but not restricted to geographical, social, ethnic, stylistic and diachronic variation. Articles may deal with all aspects of human language. The journal welcomes both empirical work as studies linking language variation to developments in theoretical linguistics.
TJL is an international journal dedicated to the publication of research papers on linguistics and welcomes contributions in all areas of the scientific study of language. Contributions may be submitted from all countries and are accepted all year round. The language of publication is English. E-mail submissions are accepted at email@example.com and are in fact preferred. Hardcopy submissions should be sent, in triplicate with a soft copy on disk, to: Editors, Taiwan Journal of Linguistics Graduate Institute of Linguistics National Chengchi University Taipei, Taiwan 116, ROC For more details please visit http://english.nccu.edu.tw/journal/Linguistics/ or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Taiwan Journal of TESOL is an international journal dedicated to the publication of research papers on TESOL and welcomes contributions in all areas of the study of teaching English to speakers of other languages. Review articles of books on TESOL and informal book announcements are also welcome. Taiwan Journal of TESOL publishes one volume per year, with a Spring issue and a Fall issue.
The web journal “Tampa Papers in Linguistics” (TPL) provides a platform for previously unpublished research on various linguistic topics. It focuses on theoretical approaches to syntax, semantics, phonology, and pragmatics, and the exploration and explanation of distinctive phenomena in natural languages. All contributions are peer-reviewed. They may subsequently appear – revised or unrevised – in other media. In the spirit of a green policy, TPL will not appear in a printed version, but be solely distributed online.
Target promotes the scholarly study of translational phenomena from a thoroughly interdisciplinary and international point of view. Rather than reducing research on translation to the practical questions asked by translators, their committers or their audience, the aim is to examine the role of translation in communication in general, with emphasis on cultural situations and theoretical, methodological and didactic matters. Attention is given to the relationship between translation and the societal organisation of communication. Target provides a forum for innovative approaches to translation. It publishes original studies on theoretical, methodological and descriptive-explanatory nature into translation problems and corpora, reflecting various socio-cultural approaches. The review section discusses the most important publications in the field in order to reflect the evolution of the discipline.
Journal of the Linguistic Society of New Zealand.
TETYC publishes articles for two-year college teachers and those teaching the first two years of English in four-year institutions. We seek articles in all areas of composition (basic, first-year, and advanced); business, technical, and creative writing; and the teaching of literature in the first two college years. We also publish articles on topics such as staffing, assessment, technology, writing program administration, speech, journalism, reading, ESL, and other.
This is the new January issue of "Teaching English with Technology," a free quarterly electronic journal for teachers of English interested in using computer technology in their teaching. The Journal deals in particular with the Internet, communication tools, using language learning programs and other software, in relation to general English as well as English for Specific Purposes.
Teaching English with Technology (TEwT) is a free online double-blind peer-reviewed journal that seeks to disseminate cutting-edge work focused mainly on the use of technology in TESOL (Teaching English To Speakers of Other Languages). The journal is interested in theoretical and practical articles that resonate with the international audience. TEwT occasionally publishes special issues in more specialised areas of technology use in language education or education in general. All TEwT papers are free to access.
The mission of Teaching Linguistics is to disseminate original, high quality, open access scholarship on the effective teaching of linguistics, using a rigorous and expeditious review process. Teaching Linguistics provides a global forum for those who teach linguistics to share their pedagogical experiences and pedagogical research findings with linguists as well as others in related fields. We hope this forum will foster an understanding and appreciation for the field as a whole, helping to make linguistics accessible to the widest possible audience.
Journal of Endangered Languages (JofEL), launched in 2012, is an international peer-reviewed scientific journal. It is published bi-annualy with “Winter” and “Summer” issues. JofEL publishes original articles written on the endangered Turkic languages which carry the risk of extinction either in the short or in the long terms. Because endangered languages are a universal phenomenon and are important to the common cultural heritage of humanity, JofEL is interested in publishing the articles written also on other endangered languages. The journal’s language of publication is both Turkish and English. Besides the original scientific articles, JofEL can publish news, announcements, reviews, etc. as long as they relate to scientific topics.
The professional journal of the language services of the European Union's institutions.
Terminologies Nouvelles, established in 1989, is a journal devoted mainly to terminology. It is published in French.
Terminology is an independent journal with a cross-cultural and cross-disciplinary scope. It focuses on the discussion of (systematic) solutions not only of language problems encountered in translation, but also, for example, of (monolingual) problems of ambiguity, reference and developments in multidisciplinary communication. Particular attention will be given to new and developing subject areas such as knowledge representation and transfer, information technology tools, expert systems and terminological databases. Terminology encompasses terminology both in general (theory and practice) and in specialized fields (LSP), such as physics; biomedical sciences; technology; engineering; humanities; management; law; arts; business administration; trade; corporate identity; economics; methodology; and any other area in which terminology is essential to improve communication.
This is a test entry used for testing technological developments for the LINGUIST List website.
Editor: Srikant Sarangi IMPACT FACTOR 2010: 0.493 5-year IMPACT FACTOR: 0.664 ERIH category INT1 "Text & Talk" (founded as TEXT in 1981) is an internationally recognized forum for interdisciplinary research in language, discourse, and communication studies, focusing, among other things, on the situational and historical nature of text/talk production; the cognitive and sociocultural processes of language practice/action; and participant-based structures of meaning negotiation and multimodal alignment. "Text & Talk" encourages critical debates on these and other relevant issues, spanning not only the theoretical and methodological dimensions of discourse but also their practical and socially relevant outcomes. "Text & Talk" - encourages the dissemination of scholarly work in all aspects of language and communication research, especially in under-represented domains (e.g., communication science, artificial intelligence, professional communication, rhetoric and composition, stylistics, narratives, institutional ethnography, sociology of science); - systematically reviews from time to time via position papers and state-of-the-art articles the major conceptual and analytic developments in language and communication research; - challenges through critique and debate the tenets of discourse research across disciplinary boundaries, in terms of theoretical and methodological insights as well as practical outcomes; - remains independent of any individual or group ideology, while encouraging in equal measure the use of discourse to challenge discourse orthodoxy. "Text & Talk" is a double-blind peer-reviewed journal of international scope.
Text Linguistics is a linguistic journal, which was launched in 1992. It aims to apply Text Linguistics to the Korean language and to contribute to the improvement of an analysis of text.
Emanation de l’équipe d’accueil interlangues « Texte Image Langage » (EA 4182) de l’Université de Bourgogne, cette nouvelle revue électronique internationale accueille les contributions originales de chercheurs français et étrangers spécialisés dans le domaine des langues étrangères, dans ces disciplines traditionnelles que sont la littérature, la linguistique, la civilisation et l’histoire des idées, sans exclure les productions interdisciplinaires, situées à la croisée des différents champs de recherche.
Textology, hermeneutics, genetic criticism, stylometry, archeography and even handwriting analysis and psycholinguistics in connection with methodology of investigation.
Founded in 1988, TEXTUS is the journal of Associazione Italiana di Anglistica (A.I.A.). TEXTUS publishes contributions by Italian and international students about literature, culture and language in English-speaking countries.
An International Quarterly Research Publication of the Semiotic Society of America focused on the analysis of signs and sign systems expressed and perceived as cultural, social, and natural subjects and objects of meaning.
Published online bi-annually, the Asian Journal of Applied Linguistics (AJAL) is an English language, international, blind-refereed journal. Its goal is to foster discussion and scholarship about the learning and use of English in Asian contexts. AJAL is interested in submissions of previously unpublished articles that address English language-related issues within Asia or in relation to Asians overseas. Book reviews and brief reports or summaries of work in progress which address these issues are also welcome. Topics which are relevant to AJAL include (but are not limited to) research-based or position papers on: - The teaching and learning of English in Asia - The use of English in Asia - The status of English in Asia - The learning of English by Asians outside Asia - The use of English by Asians outside Asia - The impact of Asian cultures or contexts on the learning, use or status of English
The Buckingham Journal of Language and Linguistics is an academic journal for articles in general and applied linguistics written within the descriptive tradition. It particularly favours work which offers an original contribution and an independent viewpoint. It does not impose limitations in terms of methodology or genre or support a particular linguistic school, instead welcoming new research which furthers the understanding of language. Articles are cutting edge in their particular fields, but a far as possible are accessible to readers with a general foundation in linguistics.
A newsletter for those interested in pidgin and creole languages.
This journal is published twice a year, in February and August by the Registrar, the University of Dhaka, Bangladesh. It is a bilingual academic journal. Manuscripts (two copies) for publication should be sent to the editor at the Department of Linguistics, the University of Dhaka.
The EUROCALL Review is EUROCALL's online -open access- journal published biannually devoted to disseminating projects, reflective practice and scholarly research relating to the field of Computer Assisted Language Learning. Articles submitted are peer-reviewed by members of the Scientific Committee: Paul Bangs (University of North London, UK) Françoise Blin (Dublin City University, Ireland) Angela Chambers (University of Limerick, Ireland) Jozef Colpaert (Antwerp University, Belgium) Graham Davies (Thames Valley University, UK) Mike Levy (Griffith University, Australia) Bernd Rüschoff (University of Essen, Germany) June Thompson (Editor of ReCALL published by CUP)
The European Journal of Applied Linguistics and TEFL (EJALTEFL) is a refereed academic publication which aims to disseminate information, knowledge and expertise in the broad area of applied linguistics. Strong preference is given to contributions relating to second language acquisition, foreign language pedagogy, teacher training and classroom innovation. This provides a valuable source of reference for applied linguists, teacher trainers, materials developers and practitioners in the field of EFL/ESL. Each issue contains contributions from well-respected and influential scholars and educators from around the world covering a wide range of topics in the field. This offers readers a deeper insight into current issues, thereby broadening their knowledge and promoting professional development.
The newsletter of the Association for Computational Linguistics.
The German Quarterly serves as a forum for all sorts of scholarly debates - topical, ideological, methodological, theoretical, of both the established and the experimental variety, as well as debates on recent developments in the profession. We particularly encourage essays employing new theoretical or methodological approaches, essays on recent developments in the field, and essays on subjects that have recently been underrepresented in The German Quarterly, such as studies on pre-modern subjects.
The Infography enables a students, librarians, and teachers to identify the best sources of information about a subject of inquiry, viewed through the lens of expert opinion. The subject specialists who select the citations published in The Infography are professors, and other accomplished scholars who know which information sources are seminal for research.
The International Journal of Education for Diversities (IJE4D) is a fully peer-reviewed journal published by the Department of Teacher Education of the University of Helsinki (Finland). IJE4D seeks original and innovative research from authors across the world concerned with the following discussions: -The influence of diversities on the work of educators (teacher trainees, teachers, university staff, adult educators, 'informal' educators, consultants) and students -Teaching/learning about diversities -Mobile education and diversities -Links between ‘Home’ and institutions in relation to education for diversities -‘Diversities’ competence and its recognition ('assessment') -Language(s) in education for diversities -Justice and ethics in education for diversities (bullying) -Forms of racism ('without races'), xenophobia, xenophilia, ethnocentrism and discrimination in education -The marketization and exploitation of diversities in education -Leading and managing education for/in diversities.
The International Journal of Speech, Language and the Law is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes articles on any aspect of forensic language, speech and audio analysis. Founded in 1994 as Forensic Linguistics, the journal changed to its present title in 2003 to reflect a broadening of academic coverage and readership. Subscription to the journal is included in membership of the International Association of Forensic Linguists and the International Association for Forensic Phonetics and Acoustics. The journal also carries reports on legal cases, Ph.D abstracts, conference reports and book reviews.
Increasing demand for professionals for the languages services industry and other areas of intercultural communication and the concomitant proliferation of training programmes have given rise to widespread concern for and reflection on how translator and interpreter education and training can best be conceived and the necessary skills and knowledge to be acquired. This is the first journal in the field of translation studies to devote its attention entirely to research in education and training. ITT is a refereed international journal that seeks to address issues relating to the education and training of professional translators and interpreters, and of those working in other forms of interlingual and intercultural mediation. ITT aims to provide a specialized forum for trainers, educators, researchers and professionals sharing an interest in the training of translators and/or interpreters from diverse theoretical and applied approaches, encouraging critical reflection on the many issues involved, including: curricular design; syllabus design; translator/translation competence(s); teaching and learning approaches, methods and techniques; teaching and learning resources; assessment and accreditation, amongst others. ITT seeks in particular to encourage interdisciplinary approaches incorporating appropriate research methods and results from fields such as education, curricular studies, or language acquisition, as well as others more frequently associated with translation studies, such as cultural studies, linguistics, communication studies, anthropology, psychology, cognitive science or literary studies. Each biannual issue includes: original research articles; reviews of recent publications on or for education and training, including textbooks;a features section which will consist variously of course profiles, debates on training and educational paradigms, interviews, reviews of software/hardware, reports on events, project presentations; abstracts of Ph.D. and Masters dissertations on translator and interpreter education and training. The journal also intends to publish, when possible, English-language translations of outstanding articles originally published in other languages, and occasional guest edited monographic issues.
The Interpreter and Translator Trainer is a peer-reviewed international journal dedicated to research in the education and training of professional translators and interpreters, and of those working in other forms of interlingual and intercultural mediation and communication. With the expansion of the intercultural communication and language services provision sectors has come a proliferation of training programmes in the field. ITT has been, since its inception in 2007,the first and only journal in the field of translation and interpreting studies to specialize in training-related issues.
The Journal of Asia TEFL is a quarterly publication for those involved in the field of teaching and learning English as a foreign language in Asian contexts. The Journal links the everyday concerns of practitioners with insights gained from related fields of research including but not limited to curriculum, pedagogy or evaluation in English education, language acquisition, world Englishes, language policy, and pragmatics.
This journal provides a platform for the discussion of theoretical linguistic research into the modern and older languages and dialects of the Germanic family. The Journal of Comparative Germanic Linguistics features contributions that establish robust empirical generalizations within a formal theory of grammar that permit precise discussions. Its coverage offers cross-linguistic comparison within the Germanic family as well as elucidates issues in Germanic linguistics through the exemplary analysis of one Germanic language. Areas of linguistics examined in the journal include: morphology, phonology, pragmatics, semantics and syntax. The Journal of Comparative Germanic Linguistics also contains squibs, replies, book and dissertation reviews.
The Journal of Cultural Mediation of the SSML Fondazione Villaggio dei Ragazzi "don Salvatore d'Angelo"focuses on the role of culture in perceiving and translating reality. The interplay between language and culture in communication is a fundamental issue, and nowadays, more than ever, needs to be investigated. The greatest challenge of today’s society is managing diversity. In fact, more and more people are becoming increasingly involved in communicative interactions with “others” from different linguistic and cultural backgrounds. This continuous exchange happens in many different fields, as business, education, media, tourism and also through immigration and politics. Therefore, the aim of this journal is to promote research in communication, especially by investigating language, languages, cultural models, mediation and interculturality. Each issue contains a selected number of multi-disciplinary articles, themed around a central topic in intercultural communication.
A bi-annual multi-discipline journal which publishes refereed research papers in areas of humanities, social sciences, arts, business management, and journalism and mass communication. The journal also features papers in the areas of English Literature and Linguistics.
The Journal of Language Teaching and Learning is a biannual scientific journal dedicated to the exploration of original and high-quality research and critical scholarship that helps define and advance inquiry concerned with issues related to language and education. JLTL aims to provide a medium for communication among researchers as well as a channel linking researchers and practitioners. JLTL includes research articles, book reviews, and critical literature reviews.
The Journal of Languages and Linguistics (JLL) is an interdisciplinary journal with a focus on African language studies. It is published twice in a year. JLL is interested in publishing original and well-researched articles in various fields of African language studies, literature, anthropology, history, art or papers on the interface between these areas and other related disciplines. The publication languages are English and French. Book reviews are also published.
The Journal of Linguistic Anthropology (JLA),a semiannual publication of the Society for Linguistic Anthropology (SLA), a Section of the American Anthropological Association (AAA), welcomes contributions of relevance to linguistic anthropology. Articles, while presenting research results, should develop general theoretical implications and larger issues of debate. Such articles may vary in length, but submissions should not normally exceed 10,000 words (inclusive of notes but not bibliography). Other contributions might include critical essays, interviews, commentaries, discussions, brief translations, and reviews of recent books in linguistic anthropology and closely related topics.
A multilingual journal specialising in non-literary translation issues was launched on January 2004. It is web-based, peer-reviewed and published bi-annually. This international journal is indexed with the main humanities bibliographies, including the MLA and Benjamins Translation Studies bibliography. We accept contributions in a range of languages, including minority languages, to provide a publishing opportunity for researchers of all nationalities. English abstracts are provided for all articles. The journal offers a mixture of thematic and open issues, covering the following areas: - Features of specialised language - General and practical issues in translation and interpreting - Subject field translation issues, i.e. medical, legal, financial, multi-media, localisation, etc - Theoretical issues in specialised translation - Aspects of training and teaching specialised translation - Revision and post-editing
The Language Learning Journal (LLJ) provides a forum for scholarly contributions on current aspects of foreign language and teaching. LLJ is an international, peer-reviewed journal that is intended for an international readership, including foreign language teachers, language teacher educators, researchers and policy makers. Contributions, in English, tend to assume a certain range of target languages. These are usually, but not exclusively, the languages of mainland Europe and ‘Community Languages’; other languages, including English as a foreign language, may also be appropriate, where the discussion is sufficiently generalisable.
"The Linguistic Review" aims at publishing high-quality papers in syntax, semantics, phonology, and morphology, within a framework of Generative Grammar and related disciplines, as well as critical discussions of theoretical linguistics as a branch of cognitive psychology. Striving to be a platform for discussion, "The Linguistic Review" welcomes reviews of important new monographs in these areas, dissertation abstracts, and letters to the editor. The editor also welcomes initiatives for thematic issues with guest editors. "The Linguistic Review" is a peer-reviewed journal of international scope.
As the title suggests The Macro-Comparative Journal will primarily focus on the genetic relationships that (may) exist between past and present languages. But articles pertaining to other fields like genetics, anthropology, ethnology or comparative mythology may also be considered for publication provided that they have clear connections with linguistics and macro-comparative issues. Generally speaking any submission that contributes to the understanding and knowledge of mankind's linguistic (pre-)history can be considered adequate. Among other topics the scope of the Journal includes (1) theoretical issues of methodology and feasibility, (2) the discussion and documentation of proved and potential genetic relationships, (3) concrete contributions to the comparison and reconstruction of the world's numerous language families, (4) reference articles dealing with the historical phonology of languages or language families, (5) the study of loanwords and substrates, and (6) historiographical accounts of language families. This is the first online free-access Journal and it aims at stimulating interest and offering visibility for the field. Thanks to being online there is little limitation to what is possible. Regular issues of the Journal will appear twice a year in addition to a Thematic Issue once a year. A printed version of the Journal is currently not contemplated. Considering the difficulty and controversial nature of many macro-comparative issues the Journal aims at promoting elaborate and learned assessments of competing hypotheses rather than over-assertive and propagandizing points of view. For that matter submissions which accept the premise that more than one solution is often possible will be preferred. This premise will not be considered a weakness but rather a strength and an indication of a really mature command of the field. Of course submissions dealing with a clear and linear topic are welcome as well. Issues need not be made artificially complicated. Besides submissions should preferably avoid metalinguistic discourse and idiosyncratic frameworks. Depending on their nature and number submissions may be proposed for inclusion in thematic issues created on purpose. Contributors are kindly invited to read the Submission Guidelines. Provisional hosting site: http://diachronica.pagesperso-orange.fr/The_Macro-Comparative_Journal.html Relevant information, model files for submission are available online.
The Mental Lexicon is an interdisciplinary journal that provides an international forum for research that bears on the issues of the representation and processing of words in the mind and brain. We encourage both the submission of original research and reviews of significant new developments in the understanding of the mental lexicon. The journal publishes work that includes, but is not limited to the following: * Models of the representation of words in the mind * Computational models of lexical access and production * Experimental investigations of lexical processing * Neurolinguistic studies of lexical impairment. * Functional neuroimaging and lexical representation in the brain * Lexical development across the lifespan * Lexical processing in second language acquisition * The bilingual mental lexicon * Lexical and morphological structure across languages * Formal models of lexical structure * Corpus research on the lexicon * New experimental paradigms and statistical techniques for mental lexicon research.
The Modern Journal of Applied Linguistics (MJAL) is a bi–monthly concerned with all branches of language and linguistics with preference given to articles of practical interest. The journal maintains an international focus, while at the same time encouraging articles from Indian researchers. MJAL makes every effort to ensure the accuracy of all the information (the “Content”) contained in its publications. Its aim is to present work of current interest in all areas of language and linguistics studies (including language teaching, language testing, ESP, Pragmatics, CALL, Sociolinguistics, Language Learning Problems, Discourse Analysis, Curriculum Development, Classroom Research, Language Policy, Stylistics and so on). Also, a considerable number of pages in each issue are devoted to critical book review. The Modern Journal of applied Linguistics (MJAL) ISSN: 097487 is enlisted in the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ).
A refereed publication, The Modern Language Journal is dedicated to promoting scholarly exchange among teachers and researchers of all modern foreign languages and English as a second language. This journal publishes documented essays, quantitative and qualitative research studies, response articles, and editorials that challenge paradigms of language learning and teaching. The Modern Language Journal offers a professional calendar of events and news, a listing of relevant articles in other journals, an annual survey of doctoral degrees in all areas concerning foreign and second languages, and reviews of scholarly books, textbooks, videotapes, and software.
A publication of the Central Institute of Indian Languages.
The Phonetician will publish peer-reviewed papers and short articles in all areas of speech science including articulatory and acoustic phonetics, speech production and perception, speech synthesis, speech technology, applied phonetics, psycholinguistics, sociophonetics, history of phonetics, etc. Contributions should primarily focus on experimental work but theoretical and methodological papers will also be considered.
Once a year, SOLE and a local committee organize a conference for students of Linguistics. Open to registered students worldwide, it provides a forum for the coming generations of linguistics to present independent research to an international audience.
The Public Journal of Semiotics (PJOS) is a nonprofit organization available online free of charge. Its aim is to publish original research articles in domains relating to semiotics. It welcomes substantial articles reporting the results of empirical inquiries, theoretical reflections developing consistent arguments, introduction of innovative models and methods of investigation, and essays based on meta-analyses of reliable databases. It does not feature review articles except, occasionally, in the form of state of the art reports.
The Reading Matrix: An International Online Journal is a fully-refereed journal with an editorial board of scholars in the fields of second language acquisition and applied linguistics. The journal seeks to disseminate research to educators around the world. We are interested in exploring issues related to L2 reading, L2 literacy in a broader sense, and other issues related to second language learning and teaching.
A journal in the field of English literature and language.
The TFLTA Journal, the online peer-reviewed journal of the Tennessee Foreign Language Teaching Association, publishes scholarly articles (i.e., research conducted in the classroom; language approaches/strategies; meta-analyses; assessment issues; integration of authentic literature into the classroom; context-based instruction; digital literacies; position papers) of interest to K-16 world language (modern and classical languages) educators.
The Teacher Trainer Journal - A Pilgrims Publication, Edited by Tessa Woodward. This practical journal is for those who train, mentor and educate TESOL teachers. Subscribe on-line - http://www.tttjournal.co.uk