LINGUIST List 22.4108|
Thu Oct 20 2011
Calls: General Ling/ International Journal of Language Studies (Jrnl)
Editor for this issue: Brent Miller
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1. Judah W. Curtis ,
International Journal of Language Studies (IJLS)
Message 1: International Journal of Language Studies (IJLS)
From: Judah W. Curtis <ijls.editorsyahoo.com>
Subject: International Journal of Language Studies (IJLS)
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Full Title: International Journal of Language Studies (IJLS)
Call Deadline: 01-Jan-2012
International Journal of Language Studies (IJLS) invites professional (applied)
linguists and all other interested authors to submit their scholarly papers to
IJLS. All submissions can be made in *.doc or *.docx format. A PDF copy of
the manuscript should also be submitted if it contains special symbols,
phonetic transcription, or characters from languages other than English.
Before formatting and submitting your complete manuscript for publication in
IJLS, we strongly recommend that you send only the 'title' and the 'abstract'
of your contribution to ijls.editorsyahoo.com (please write '' in the subject
window of your email and attach the file that contains the title, authors'
details, and the abstract of your paper).
Authors can submit (a) research papers, (b) research notes or reports, (c)
'state of the art' articles, or (d) critical book reviews. The journal welcomes
research papers which focus on current issues in such areas as:
- First and additional language learning, Teaching, and use
- Language assessment
- Language for special purposes
- Bilingualism and multilingualism
- Language planning and policies
- Conversation analysis
- Corpus linguistics
- Critical discourse analysis
- Deaf linguistics
- Discourse analysis and pragmatics
- Computer-mediated communication
- Forensic linguistics
- Multimodal communication
- Rhetoric and stylistics
The scope is, however, not limited to the listed topics. Any paper that claims
academic quality and innovation can be considered.
There is also room for a forum section in each issue which aims at enhancing
debate between authors and the wider community of applied linguists; the
forum section is dedicated to short pieces of writing which are typically
'responses' to a published article, a short research note or report, or a
commentary on research issues or professional practices.
The Journal also contains a reviews section which is dedicated to 'State of
the Art' papers or 'Critical Book Reviews.'
For more information please see the following links:
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