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Title: Journal of Language Aggression and Conflict
Publisher: John Benjamins
 
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URL: http://www.benjamins.com/#catalog/journals/jlac/main
Description: 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
ISSN: 2213-1272
Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis
Pragmatics

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