LINGUIST List 17.3120|
Tue Oct 24 2006
Calls: Discipline of Linguistics/Linguistic Theories/General Linguistics
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Samara AltLinguo E-Journal
Message 1: Samara AltLinguo E-Journal
From: Andrey Kirillov <samaraaltlinguoyandex.ru>
Subject: Samara AltLinguo E-Journal
Full Title: Samara AltLinguo E-Journal
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics;None
Subject Language(s): English
Call Deadline: 31-Dec-2006
The primary aim of the Samara AltLinguo e-journal is to provide a free
forum for discussions of theoretical and practical research in a number of
areas connected with the study of General Linguistics and the English
language in particular, including (but not limited to) the following:
discourse analysis and types of discourse; sociolinguisitcs; language and
communication; language and culture; language and the mass media; language
and politics; narrative studies; semantics; social, occupational and
geographical varieties of English.
Call for papers:
Samara AltLinguo announces a call for papers for the first issue of its
e-journal (to be published online in January 2007). The first issue is
dedicated to modern trends and schools in linguistics, as well as to
directions modern linguistics is taking now. We solicit articles, brief
notes, and comments on the topics including (but not limited to) the following:
- Is there future for linguistics?
- What are the ways modern linguistics is taking now?
- Is there anything new to study about language(s)?
- How does linguistics incorporate research and data from other sciences?
- What are the most popular and promising trends in modern linguistics?
- Are there any new schools of linguistics and what do they study?
Guidelines for submissions:
1. Articles should be written in English (preferred language), or in Russian.
2. The length of an article is normally limited to 30 pages (A4 or Legal)
including a 200-word abstract and keywords given at the beginning.
3. Texts should be prepared in Microsoft Word format (.doc; margins: left -
2 cm, others - 1 cm) without page insertion. You can submit your article in
.pdf format too. Use Times New Roman font, size 12 throughout; the title in
capital letters boldface. Do not use your word processor's hyphenation
feature. Leave one space between lines.
4. All references are given in square brackets [name, year of cited source:
page(s)] after the citation. The full list of references is given in
alphabetical order after the main text of the article (after 'References'
5. Number paragraphs by placing an appropriate number in square brackets
(, , etc.) at the beginning of each paragraph. Then use your tab key
to indent paragraphs. This numbering can be further used to facilitate
citation of your article (just like page numbers in printed publications).
6. Only original manuscripts will be considered. We will not consider
manuscripts submitted simultaneously elsewhere, or already published.
7. Manuscripts can also be prepared in one of the other popular style
guides, such as APA or MLA.
1. Please submit your manuscripts electronically as attachments to Andrey
Kirillov (samaraaltlinguoyandex.ru). Acceptable file formats are MS Word
(.doc) and Portable Document Format (.pdf).
2. Please submit (as a separate attachment in .doc format) personal
- author(s)' name(s);
- author(s)' affiliation(s);
- author(s)' position(s);
- author(s)' e-mail address for correspondence;
- statement that your manuscript has not been, is not being and will not be
(unless rejected by us) submitted elsewhere.
More information and updates at: http://samaraaltlinguo.narod.ru and
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