LINGUIST List 30.1558

Wed Apr 10 2019

Calls: Applied Linguistics, Pragmatics / Applied Pragmatics (Jrnl)

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Date: 09-Apr-2019
From: Danya Al-Saleh <dalsalehwisc.edu>
Subject: Applied Linguistics, Pragmatics / Applied Pragmatics (Jrnl)
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Full Title: Applied Pragmatics


Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Pragmatics

Subject Language(s): English

Call for Special Issue Proposals:

Dear Colleagues,
Applied Pragmatics, published by John Benjamins, welcomes proposals for special issues from prospective guest editors. The journal aims to publish one guest-edited special issue per volume. Proposals are considered at any time and should be sent to appliedpraggmail.com (cc: to Naoko Taguchi [taguchiandrew.cmu.ed] and Zia Tajeddin [zia_tajeddinyahoo.com]). The subject of the email should be ''Special Issue Proposal for Applied Pragmatics.'' Inquiries in advance of the submission of a full proposal are also welcome, and these should be sent to the same email addresses.

Experienced researchers in applied pragmatics are welcome to submit special issue proposals around the following topics or other related topics which fall within the scope of Applied Pragmatics. The topics include, but are not limited to, the following:
- L2 pragmatics teacher education
- Assessment of L2 pragmatics
- L2 pragmatics in online discourse and digital environments
- L2 pragmatics in talk and text outside of educational contexts
- Input and output in L2 pragmatics instruction
- L2 pragmatics and textbooks
- Impoliteness in L2 pragmatics
- Teachers' beliefs about pragmatic instruction and assessment
- Pragmatic abilities of heritage language speakers
- L2 pragmatic development in a study-abroad context

Other relevant topics not listed above are also welcome.
All proposals require Applied Pragmatics editors' approval prior to being accepted for a special issue. Each proposal should contain the following information in separate sections:
- Title of the proposed special issue
- Aims and scope, including subtopics, of the proposed special issue
- Novelty and relevance of the proposed topic to the aims and scope of Applied Pragmatics and the interest of Applied Pragmatics' reader base
- Expected submission rate and potential contributors to ensure that 5-6 manuscripts of the highest scholarly standard will receive final acceptance to be included in the special issue
- Anticipated timeline, ranging from the initial special issue announcement to the final acceptance of 5-6 manuscripts
- Guest editor's/editors' research background (main publications related to the proposed topic) and bio data (in a max. of 100 words)
- Guest editor's/editors' affiliation and contact details

The guest editor of the special issue is responsible for the following:
- Managing the double blind review and revision process by sending out each manuscript to two reviewers and communicating with the authors about the revisions required
- Selecting the most quailed reviewers based on the topic of the special issue
- Ensuring coherence among the manuscripts to be included in the special issue
- Ensuring that the author guidelines of Applied Pragmatics are observed by the authors and that the finally accepted manuscripts are of high academic quality in language and content
- Sending regular updates to Applied Pragmatics co-editors on the work progress and making final decisions about the accepted manuscripts in collaboration with the co-editors
Zia Tajeddin & Naoko Taguchi

Co-Editors of Applied Pragmatics



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