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LINGUIST List 22.2457

Mon Jun 13 2011

Calls: Applied Ling/ ESP Across Cultures (Jrnl)

Editor for this issue: Danniella Hornby <daniellalinguistlist.org>

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        1.     Denise Milizia , ESP Across Cultures

Message 1: ESP Across Cultures
Date: 31-May-2011
From: Denise Milizia <denise_milizialibero.it>
Subject: ESP Across Cultures
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Full Title: ESP Across Cultures

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; English

Call Deadline: 15-Jul-2011

ESP Across Cultures is a refereed international journal that is
published on an annual basis. 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 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.

For more information: http://www.edipuglia.it/ESP/
Visit our old website at: http://old.unifg.it/esp/

1. ESP Across Cultures is published under supervision of its Chief
Editors (henceforth referred to as 'the editors'), assisted by an
Editorial Board for evaluation.
2. Save for exceptional cases and at the discretion of the editors,
articles submitted must be unpublished works, and not have been
simultaneously submitted to other journals. ESP Across Cultures retains
full copyright on published papers.
3. To ensure a wide international readership, the journal accepts only
articles written in English.
4. Contributions should be submitted to the editors in 2 copies (one
copy to each editor), together with the illustrations (graphs, tables,
photographs). In the final version, the articles will be accepted only
on a 3.5 inch high-density floppy disk or as an attachment to an e-mail
message to the editors. The originals and the illustrations will not be
returned to the authors, unless expressly requested.
5. All contributions will be submitted to the evaluation of the editors.
Members of the Editorial Board will evaluate proposals for publication.
The identity of the members of the Editorial Board assessing the
articles will be confidential.
6. Each author is entitled to receive one copy of the journal and
reprints of the article may be downloaded freely.
7. The original is to be presented in the following order: title, name
and surname of the author, affiliation of the author, abstract, text,
acknowledgements, references and appendices.
8. Abstracts should be 250-300 words. Articles should be 3,000-5,000
words (including abstract, footnotes, references and appendices).
9. All manuscripts of the final version must be typed in Times New Roman
font, double spaced throughout on A4 paper (21cm x 29.7cm), justified,
with the following set margins: Top 3, Bottom 3, Left 3, Right 3. No set
spaces between paragraphs. Page numbers on all pages (position: bottom
of page: alignment: centre, font 12). Indent each paragraph (but not the
first line of the abstract). Set the left tab stop at 0.5cm.

For more information on how to format submitted articles, please visit:

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