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Call Deadline: 30-Nov-2014

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Dialectologia ( invites submissions of original papers and notes, reviews or summaries. Articles received by 30-Nov-2014 will be considered for publication in Number 15 (July 2015). Authors wishing to participate should submit the article via email. Submissions must strictly follow the guidelines provided at the URL.

The journal aims to join the experiences of researchers working in different fields of Dialectology (linguistic variation, geolinguistics, methodology, synchronic and diachronic dialectal data, new technologies, social dialectology, etc.).

Dialectologia has four main aims:
1. To provide dialectologists from all over the world with a forum for the exchange of ideas and methods,
2. To create links between dialectology and more or less related disciplines,
3. To study language variation from different points of view,
4. To bring dialectology up-to-date by incorporating new techniques and modern theoretical approaches.

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The journal is a double-blind external peer-reviewed journal, published twice yearly, that complies with the norms of the Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology (FECYT). Each issue publishes 5/6 articles related to a specific subject. It includes also book reviews and news about congresses, meetings and recent publications. Original papers will be evaluated within a period of three months.