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Sat Feb 26 2011

Calls: General Linguistics/ Concentric: Studies in Linguistics (Jrnl)

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Message 1: Concentric: Studies in Linguistics
Date: 23-Feb-2011
From: David Shen <u90074mail.his.ntnu.edu.tw>
Subject: Concentric: Studies in Linguistics
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Full Title: Concentric: Studies in Linguistics


Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

Call Deadline: 31-Mar-2011

The journal Concentric: Studies in Linguistics is a refereed, international
journal published in English by the Department of English, National Taiwan
Normal University. Two issues of each year are published in January and
July. We welcome research papers on all aspects of linguistics all year
round. However, for the manuscripts to be included in Concentric 37.2, the
deadline of submission is March 31, 2011.

General Information About the Journal
The journal has been awarded consecutively for several years by the
Humanities Research Center of the National Science Council and is currently
indexed in Modern Language Association (MLA) Directory of Periodicals, MLA
International Bibliography, Communication & Mass Media Complete (CMMC),
Linguistics & Language Behavior Abstracts (LLBA), Airiti Library (AL),
Taiwan Humanities Citation Index (THCI), and THCI Core (2009). Both
abstracts and full papers are included in CMMC.

Free access to all the papers online is available from our website
including those of the latest issue in press once the final formatting and
editing work is done:
http://www.eng.ntnu.edu.tw/publish/publish.php?class=101.


Specific Information for Contributors

Submissions:
Manuscripts for publication, books for review, review articles, and
correspondences relating thereto should be addressed to the Editors of
CONCENTRIC: STUDIES IN LINGUISTICS (Department of English, National Taiwan
Normal University, No. 162, Sec. 1, Heping E. Road, Taipei City 10610,
Taiwan; concentric.lingdeps.ntnu.edu.tw).

Manuscripts
1. Preferably, articles should be submitted electronically, as e-mail
attachment, in Word for Windows and in its PDF version. Other formats are
possible; please contact the editors first.
2. Authors who are not native speakers of English are urged to have their
articles thoroughly proofread by a native speaker prior to submission.
3. To facilitate the blind review process, authors' names and affiliations
should appear only on a cover sheet, in a separate file, not on the title page.
4. Except for inset quotations and footnotes in single space, manuscripts
must be typeset in 12-point Times New Roman. Papers should follow the
format of the Language and Linguistics (ISSN: 1606-822X) style sheet, and
are normally limited to 30 pages in length, including a 150-word abstract
and some key words.
5. The journal will not consider for publication papers being
simultaneously submitted elsewhere.
6. The author(s) will receive one copy of the journal, fifteen off-prints
of the article, and the e-copy of the paper in its PDF version upon
publication.
7. It is the journal's policy to require assignment of copyright from all
authors.

Website:
For further information, please visit our departmental website:
http://www.eng.ntnu.edu.tw/grad/lang/pages.php?ID=grad-lang
or contact concentric.lingdeps.ntnu.edu.tw.


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