|Title:||Journal of Linguistic Indonesia|
|Publisher:||Linguistic Society of Indonesia|
|Description:||Indonesia is a country with over 700 languages, which makes it a fascinating place for conducting research in linguistics. Although about 200 languages have been studied comprehensively, the rest of the languages remain either largely under-researched or completely unknown.
Inquiry into Indonesian languages has helped people learn more about the languages, diverse cultures and communities, and the Indonesian history. The Journal of Indonesian Linguistics recognizes the significance of continued research in Indonesian linguistics and provides a forum for language researchers to share their research findings and explore different avenues in the field.
The Journal is a refereed professional journal published biannually by the Linguistic Society of Indonesia. Its readership includes language researchers, applied linguists, language conservationists, and educators. Since 2000 the journal has published over 120 articles and 20 book reviews in English and Indonesian about various aspects of Indonesian linguistics, including discourse analysis, language documentation, language acquisition, and typology. The online version of the Journal would like to reach out to a wider population of readers, and potential authors, to foster research and scholarly communication through access to Indonesian linguistic archives.