LINGUIST List 32.3083

Thu Sep 30 2021

Calls: Applied Linguistics, Psycholinguistics, Forensic Linguistics, Language Acquisition / International Journal of Language Studies (IJLS) (Jrnl)

Editor for this issue: Sarah Robinson <srobinsonlinguistlist.org>



Date: 28-Sep-2021
From: Mohammad Ali Salmani Nodoushan <dr.nodoushangmail.com>
Subject: Applied Linguistics, Psycholinguistics, Forensic Linguistics, Language Acquisition / International Journal of Language Studies (IJLS) (Jrnl)
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Full Title: International Journal of Language Studies (IJLS)


Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Forensic Linguistics; Language Acquisition; Psycholinguistics

Call Deadline: 10-Nov-2021

Call for Papers:

IJLS invites professional applied linguists and language researchers 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, conversation analysis symbols, or characters from languages other than English. Also see IJLS Author Guidelines and Code of Conduct. For information on the review process and policies, see www.ijls.net. Potential authors can submit (a) research papers or (b) critical 'state of the art' articles to IJLS.

NOTE: Unsolicited 'book reviews' and 'forum pieces' are NOT accepted for publication, so if you would like to review a book for IJLS or submit a forum piece, please contact the Editor in Chief.

NOTE: IJLS receives hundreds of submissions a year and can publish only around 30 of them. Manuscripts that are sent out for double-blind peer review are ones that, in addition to (1) living up to our submission guidelines and standards, (2) make novel theoretical and/or methodological contributions, often to applied linguistics or language education in general rather than just to one very limited subfield of general/pure linguistics in some geographical setting or to already over-augmented local topics. The submissions that we consider for peer review and final publication are typically based on large, long-term research efforts like genuine-and-original ethically-informed multi-year research projects. Generally, manuscripts are considered only if they appear to represent an important original development in their field. Unless it speaks to the wider community of scholars rather than just to specialists in a particular area, even the strongest work may be more suitable for another journal.



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