LINGUIST List 17.3534|
Wed Nov 29 2006
Qs: Journal Acceptance Rates
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Journal Acceptance Rates
Message 1: Journal Acceptance Rates
From: Ash Asudeh <ash_asudehcarleton.ca>
Subject: Journal Acceptance Rates
Does anyone know of a repository of information about acceptance
rates for linguistics journals (any field)? I know that Brian Joseph
mentioned information about this in one of his recent editor's reports
for 'Language', but that information was specific to that journal only.
Thomson Scientific's Journal Citation Reports provides some
information under the heading 'Applied Linguistics', which includes
many journals which I would not put under that category. However,
many leading linguistics journals are not included in their listing.
Any assistance would be appreciated and I will post a summary if there
are sufficient responses.
ICS & SLALS, Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada
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