Currently, two numbers of each annual volume are published. Successive reforms of the structure of the University of Chile have led to changes in the name of the journal, as the journal has on occasions been administratively attached to different academic units. Topics in the formal study of language. Topics in the formal study of language aims to promote the scientific research on human language, developed within the framework of Generative Grammar in the fields of syntax, morphology, semantics and its interfaces.
The Book of Squibs is the first Brazilian journal to publish only squibs on aspects involving formal approaches in the study of grammar. In linguistic usage, a squib is a short article. It may outline anomalous data but not suggest a solution and it may also develop a minor theoretical argument. The term was popularized by J. An International Journal of Hispanic Linguistics.
It is a biannual, online, open-access journal open to all areas of research inside Hispanic linguistics, including phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, pragmatics, sociolinguistics, language variation and applied linguistics. It is focused on synchronic studies and it accepts works inside all theoretical frameworks. Works that focus on historical aspects of Spanish or on other languages will be considered for publication to the extent that they explicitly compare them to any variety of contemporary Spanish.
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We specially encourage authors that have noticed new patterns of data or found empirical generalizations that help systematise some understudied aspect of language to submit their works. Small, An interdisciplinary journal, Brain and Language, A Journal of Clinical, Experimental, and Theoretical Research, publishes original research articles, theoretical papers, critical reviews, case histories, historical studies, and scholarly notes.
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Contributions are relevant to human language or communication in relation to any aspect of the brain or brain function. Articles have theoretical import, either formulating new hypotheses, or supporting or refuting new or previously established hypotheses. Broad Research in Artificial Intelligence and Neuroscience. EduSoft The aim of this journal is to create links between researchers from apparently different scientific fields, such as Computer Science and Neurology.
In fact, there are a lot of topics such as Artificial Intelligence, Cognitive Sciences and Neurosciences that can intersect in the study of the brain and its intelligent functions. These articles should be original unpublished articles of the authors. The peer review process is a blind one. The reviewers are well recognized scientists who make part of our scientific board, and independent reviewers.
Also, we have a section BRAINStorming for works in progress and discussion between different researchers, from different area. Brazilian Journal of Applied Linguistics. Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais The Brazilian Journal of Applied Linguistics, a non-profitable publication, is a peer-reviewed quarterly journal with the mission to encourage research in the field of Applied Linguistics. Founded in , the journal welcomes articles that address the many complex phenomena of language-related real life problems, concerning language use in different contexts or language learning.
The journal also publishes reviews and interviews and two issues a year focus on a specific theme in the field. For information and submission, read more at http: Brief - Online Journal of Snippets. Department of English, Maria Curie-Sklodowska University Brief is an open access electronic journal of short articles ca. The journal consists of three volumes devoted to Cognitive Linguistics, American literature and British and American culture.
The Cognitive Linguistics volume of the journal aims at publishing articles covering a wide variety of topics within the field of modern Cognitive Linguistics. Specific areas of interest include but are not limited to: The articles are written by leading scholars in the field who have been invited to contribute and not only give an overview of the field but also their own unique perspective on it. References are hyperlinked to the original sources where possible, giving scholars the opportunity to stay on stop of the literature or reading up on a subject quickly.
For more information and a full list of subjects, please check http: The territory of the Afroasiatic family spans a vast area to the South of the Mediterranean, extending from the Atlantic Ocean to the Middle East and reaching deep into the heart of Africa. Some of the Afroasiatic languages have been studied for centuries, while others still remain partially or entirely undocumented. In the course of the second half of the 20th century, the constantly increasing qualitative and quantitative contribution of Afroasiatic languages to the elaboration of linguistic theory has met with considerable attention from the linguistic community.
The Journal seeks top-level contributions in phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, comparative and historical linguistics. Its target audience comprises specialists in Afroasiatic languages and general linguists. The online edition offers the option to include sound and video files as well as other datafiles. The Annual seeks top-level contributions in phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, comparative and historical linguistics. British Studies in Applied Linguistics.
Each volume is a selection of papers by international experts in applied linguistics on a central theme from the previous years conference of the British Association of Applied Linguistics. Volumes are published annually in September. Brno Studies in English. The journal publishes articles primarily in the following fields: It also includes contributions from literature, cultural studies and translation studies.
Bucharest Working Papers in Linguistics. It publishes work of current interest in all areas of theoretical and applied linguistics. Buckeye East Asian Linguistics. It aims to help disseminate the most updated research of East Asian linguistics to the global scholarly community so as to encourage and foster the widest communication and collaboration among scholars interested in East Asian linguistics.
Bulletin des Anglicistes Medievistes. Contributions are invited on all topics related to this field, in English or in French submissions are reviewed by at least two reviewers from the journal's editorial board. Cadernos publishes contributions in Portuguese, Spanish, and English.
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Its main goal is to promote the exchange of ideas among researchers in the field, encouraging the discussion of particularly important topics and divulging recent advances in the study of the continent's indigenous languages. Editorial quality is assured by a peer-review process conducted by a qualified editorial board, constituted by linguists from a variety of theoretical orientations, geographic focuses, and institutional affiliations, all of which are actively involved in the analysis and documentation of South American languages.
Association for French Language Studies Cahiers was created as the newsletter of the Association for French Language Studies in and was published in print form until From the outset, short refereed articles were included which may be consulted in the archive. Since January , Cahiers has become an academic journal with an international editorial board. Cahiers is published twice a year in January and July , and the first issue of the 'New Cahiers' will be available in July Cahiers de Linguistique - Asie Orientale. The topics may deal with synchronic or diachronic issues and are not subject to any restriction on the theoretical framework used.
Articles are published in English, French or Chinese. Contributions other than articles may also be published as 'Notes and Documents'. This rubric includes thesis abstracts and research squibs on interesting and novel topics. Submission of book reviews is similarly welcomed. Cahiers de Linguistique Asie Orientale. Cahiers de Linguistique Asie Orientale From Brill will publish Cahiers de Linguistique Asie Orientale CLAO , an established peer-reviewed international journal whose mission is to publish new and original research on the analysis of languages of the East and Southeast Asian region, be they descriptive or theoretical.
The journal seeks top-level contributions in any linguistic subdomain and in any theoretical framework with reference to a language or languages from the East and Southeast Asian region. Focusing at the same time on well-studied Asian languages, such as Chinese, Japanese, and Korean, and on those that are still partially or entirely undocumented, CLAO brings languages of the East and Southeast Asian region into a key position in current debate within linguistics and related fields. Edited by Katia Chirkova and Christine Lamarre For authors guidelines for the preparation of manuscripts and electronic submission, please direct your browser to www.
The journal is published online-only, is fully refereed and publishes research articles and studies, book reviews, and digital tool and resource reviews. Three issues appear annually and normally one of them is a thematic issue on current discourses and developments in Computer-Assisted Language Learning. We are particularly interested in articles on lesser-researched languages.
The journal may be accessed by following the appropriate link in the side menu to the desired volume and issue. It aims to promote scientific production in the field of Romance Languages and Literatures, allowing researchers from Brazil and abroad to share their research and contribute to the debate and scientific progress in the area. The journal stands out as one of the rare Brazilian periodicals focused strictly on the Romance domain. Calliope Journal of Linguistics and Literature, published on-line, in French. Cambridge Occasional Papers in Linguistics.
Department of Theoretical and Applied Linguistics, University of Cambridge Cambridge Occasional Papers in Linguistics COPiL is an online journal of works in progress by staff, students and researchers working in linguistics and related disciplines throughout the University of Cambridge. COPiL also hosts proceedings of workshops and conferences associated with the Department of Linguistics. In addition to full-length papers, shorter contributions squibs and review articles are encouraged. Canadian Journal for New Scholars in Education.
Canadian Committee of Graduate Students in Education The CJNSE is a graduate student journal aiming to produce quality peer-reviewed research articles, literature reviews, book reviews, and position papers from a body of Canadian graduate students in the field of Education. Our bilingual journal, published bi-annually, showcases Canadian graduate student scholarship while employing a stringent peer-review process that provides mentoring opportunities for emerging scholars. Canadian Journal of Linguistics. The articles deal with linguistic theory, linguistic description of English and French and a variety of other natural languages, phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, historical linguistics, sociolinguistics, psycholinguistics, first and second language acquisition and other areas of interest to linguists.
It offers a variety of articles on the culture of the Low Countries. Canadian Modern Language Review. University of Toronto Press www. Canadian Undergraduate Journal of Cognitive Science. Our aim is to provide a forum for students to share work amongst peers and gain valuable experience in the process of getting an academic paper published.
As a publication, CUJCS provides a unique reference for students, showcasing quality research by other undergraduate students, improving the contact and exchange of ideas between Canadian students and cognitive scientists alike, and illustrating the interdiscplinary work that is the hallmark of cognitive science everywhere. Manuscripts should be between words in length. All referencing should be prepared in the MLA Style. Thus, this interdisciplinary journal aims to provide an intersecting perspective on Indian Ocean societies.
It is dedicated to the publishing of papers produced by researchers and PhD students of the University of Reunion, as well as papers from external authors. Catalan Journal of Linguistics. This new journal aims to contribute with annual issues to ongoing debates in the study of grammar, with special emphasis on Romance, and the generative framework. Child Language Teaching and Therapy.
Child Language Teaching and Therapy exists to help those who work with children with language learning difficulties caused by an inadequate command of spoken or written language. Particular attention is paid to children who have been variously labelled speech- or language-disordered, aphasic, dyslexic, with special language needs, or with language learning disabilities.
In addition, the journal provides a forum for expository critical accounts of important theoretical, methodological or technical developments in relevant fields. Children's Literature in Education. Springer Children's Literature in Education has been a key source of articles on all aspects of children's literature for more than 40 years. It covers classic and contemporary material, the highbrow and the popular, and ranges across works for infants through to material for young adults.
It features fiction, poetry, drama and non-fictional material plus studies in other media: CLE is a peer-reviewed journal covering children's literature worldwide, suitable for professionals in the field academics, librarians, teachers and any other interested adults. Chinese as a Second Language Research. It is the first bilingual journal Chinese - English published by a Western publisher.
The journal will publish 3 papers in Chinese and 3 papers in English in each issue starting with 2 issues in Each paper in the journal will have a summary in both Chinese and English. The goal of the journal is twofold: It will a provide a forum for scholars interested in Chinese as a Second Language Research, and it will function as a unique outlet that publishes cutting edge research with content and structure in a format that reflects the rapidly growing interest in Chinese as a Second Language CSL accessible to researchers both in Chinese speaking countries and areas as well as the Western world.
The journal focuses on research on the acquisition, development and use of CSL. It supports interaction and scholarly debate between researchers representing different subfields of linguistics with a focus on CSL. The journal intends to be a forum for researchers who are looking for new tools and methods to investigate and better understand CSL. We are especially interested in publishing articles and research papers that - address major issues of second language acquisition from the perspective of CSL, - explore the implications of CSL research for theoretical developments and practical applications, - focus on the acquisition and use of varieties of CSL, - study the nature of interaction between native speakers and non-native speakers of Chinese, - investigate how empirical findings of CSL can advance and develop better Chinese language teaching methodologies, - analyze the ways in which language is both shaped by culture and is the medium through which culture is created.
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Please send inquiries and submissions in English to Prof. Three issues are published each year. CSL publishes original high-quality scholarly contributions in English or Chinese both simplified and traditional characters. Articles must be related to one of the research areas: All areas of Chinese language pedagogy 2. Linguistic analysis of Chinese, especially as it pertains to the teaching of Chinese 3. John Benjamins Publishing Company is the official publisher as of Volume 51 De Gruyter Mouton The focus of this year-old journal has recently been expanded from the topics of language education and second language acquisition in China to also include a wide variety of other relevant topics in Chinese applied linguistics.
The journal is an Asian journal with international appeal: The journal is internationally focused, fully refereed, and its articles address a wide variety of topics in Chinese applied linguistics which include — but also reach beyond — the topics of language education and second language acquisition. De Gruyter Mouton will be responsible for the sales and distribution of the journal outside of China.
Chinese Language and Discourse. The notion of discourse is a broad one, emphasizing an empirical orientation and encompassing such linguistic fields as language and society, language and culture, language and social interaction, discourse and grammar, communication studies, and contact linguistics. Special emphasis is placed on systematic documentation of Chinese usage patterns and methodological innovations in explaining Chinese and related languages from a wide range of functionalistic perspectives, including, but not limited to, those of Conversation Analysis, sociolinguistics, corpus linguistics, grammaticalization, cognitive linguistics, and typological and comparative studies.
The journal also publishes review articles as well as discussion topics. Exchanges of research views between authors and readers are also encouraged. As the only semiotics journal in China appearing in English, CSS is a unique outlet for Chinese scholars to be heard in western academia, affording an expanded dialogue between Chinese and western semioticians. Each issue contains three thematic sections: The journal requires all the articles to be written in English. Articles for publication should be sent by email to the following address: Articles should be accompanied by a one-paragraph abstract of words or less.
Univesidad de Granada "Ciencia Cognitiva: It publishes short papers max words in Spanish, which present recent and classic work in easy to understand terms. It is addressed both to fellow scientists working in other disciplines and to a general readership. The research presented in its papers must always have been already published in scientific journals complying to the highest standards of quality control peer review. Ciencia Cognitiva is an open, free, electronic journal. It can be accessed at http: To learn more about editorial policy and for detailed instructions for authors, visit us at http: Comparative Literature and Culture.
Comparative Literature and Culture , the peer-reviewed, full-text, and open-access humanities and social sciences quarterly, publishes new scholarship following tenets of the discipline of comparative literature and the field of cultural studies designated as "comparative cultural studies. Department of Translation and Interpreting at the University of Salamanca CLINA is a Translation Studies journal that addresses the growing need for dissemination platforms to showcase recent advances in Translation, Interpreting and neighboring disciplines.
It also seeks to promote the growing body of research currently being produced along these avenues of inquiry.
Under the auspices of the Department of Translation and Interpreting at the University of Salamanca, one of the earliest champions of the discipline in Spain since , this broad-based, cross-disciplinary journal clearly focuses on the field of Translation Studies. Understood as the theoretical and practical study of a set of activities which results from one text referring to another in an attempt to reactivate or reconstruct within a new linguistic, cultural and ideological context the communicative acts encoded in the first text, Translation Studies is a distinct, widely-recognized discipline that is becoming increasingly prominent in an ever more globalized world.
The contributions on these pages examine translation and interpreting as processes and products, and they also include studies on interlinguistic and intercultural communication. University of Salamanca CoDis Working Papers in Discourse Coherence, Cognition and Creativity is an international, free-access research platform that publishes peer-reviewed articles in aspects of meaning construction, discourse coherence, creative discourse coherence with a focus on literary, popular and advertising discourse , discourse coherence approaches to language teaching, and discourse coherence and translation.
Other fields of interest are discourse analysis, discourse production and reception, and socio-cultural approaches to discourse. Multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary studies are especially encouraged. Cogent Arts and Humanities. The journal is a forum for scientific exchange among researchers in France and beyond working in, or with an interest in, Cognitive Linguistics. In order to join ICLA and get the journal at the membership price please fill in the membership registration form. The site can be accessed at www.
Cognition, Language, Gesture e-Journal. Cognition, Language, Gesture Abstracting eJournal. The theoretical insights of cognitive linguistics are based on extensive empirical observation in multiple contexts, and on experimental work in psychology and neuroscience. Results of cognitive linguistics, especially from metaphor theory and conceptual integration theory, have been applied to wide ranges of nonlinguistic phenomena.
It explores implications from and for psycholinguistic, computational, neuroscientific, cross-cultural and cross-linguistic research. Cognitive Linguistic Studies provides a forum for high-quality linguistic research on topics which investigate the interaction between language and human cognition. It offers new insights not only into linguistic phenomena but also into a wide variety of social, psychological, and cultural phenomena. The journal welcomes authoritative, innovative cognitive scholarship from all viewpoints and practices.
The contributions mainly focus on topics such as: It welcomes submission of unpublished research from all theoretical orientations in linguistics. It is also intended to be a forum for scholars in related fields — such as psychology, anthropology, neuroscience, artificial intelligence, philosophy, and education — to disseminate their work studying the many and varied aspects of human cognition. De Gruyter Mouton Cognitive Semiotics is a peer-reviewed, multidisciplinary journal devoted to high-quality research, integrating perspectives, methods and insight from cognitive science, cognitive linguistics and semiotics, placing meaning-making into the broader context of cognitive, social, and neurobiological processes.
The journal is a platform for the study of meaning-making writ large: The journal seeks top-quality contributions and encourages, in particular, articles that transcend traditional disciplinary boundaries in terms of implications or in terms of approaches.
Bica Publishing Communication and Society is an international peer-reviewed journal whose aim is to publish outstanding research at the boundaries of communication studies and the social sciences. It focuses on advancing sociological knowledge concerning communication, language, face-to-face interaction, mediated communication and other language-related social phenomena as well as explicit theory, information and analysis of the relationships between the structures of text, talk, language use, verbal interaction or communication and social, political or cultural micro- and macrostructures and cognitive social representations.
The editor is supported by an internationally acclaimed, interdisciplinary Advisory Board, selectively drawn to represent the well-established traditions of the medical, social and human sciences. This journal is not longer available at De Gruyter Mouton. An interdisciplinary Journal of Healthcare, Ethics and Society issn: It was formerly published by Mouton de Gruyter.
For further details, please see the publishers' website at www. The European Journal of Communication Research. De Gruyter Mouton Editors: Communication science is concerned with the investigation of the structure and function of communication processes and their impact on society, social groups and individuals. It reports on the production and reception of mediated messages and the role that media technologies and electronic networks play in these processes.
Bahri Publications Communication Studies and Language Pedagogy - CSLP ISSN is a peer-reviewed international journal soliciting original work on or related to the scientific investigation of language, speech, communication, and pedagogy. The journal endears to feature a wide variety of development of research, applications and innovations on education and language that improve the teaching performance, provide solutions that can be adopted in the teaching and learning innovations, share empirical findings, place points of inquiries in a historical and epistemological perspective.
It is a peer reviewed international journal that is devoted to publishing original research of highest quality, which is centered around the topic of computability, including computational linguistics. The subject is understood from a multidisciplinary perspective, recapturing the spirit of Alan Turing by linking theoretical and real-world concerns from computer science, mathematics, biology, physics, computational neuroscience, history and the philosophy of computing.
MIT Press Devoted to the design and analysis of natural language processing systems. Computer Assisted Language Learning. Computers and the Humanities. In March this journal was renamed Language Resources and Evaluation. Computer Speech and Language. In the three and a half years that she has held the office, she has had a considerable impact on the journal. She has worked hard to encourage special issues and she provided the primary editorial support for our recent issues on Spoken Language Generation and New Computational Paradigms for Acoustic Modeling.
She was instrumental in attracting more women to the editorial board and she introduced and subsequently managed the annual CSL best paper award. These contributions have all been greatly appreciated. Although Mari is stepping down as US Editor, she will continue to support the journal as a member of the Editorial Board.
Andreas is particularly welcome to the Computer Speech and Language Editorial team because he combines a strong background in traditional speech processing technologies with a broad knowledge of computational linguistics and machine learning. His specific interests include statistical language modelling, speech understanding, recognition of spontaneous speech and dialogue modelling.
His arrival further strengthens the position of Computer Speech and Language as spanning the full range of speech and language research, and especially the interface between them. Articles, authors and topics have a decidedly international outlook. The journal is now in its 23nd year and has published research and studies articles.
The journal appears in international databases, journal impact assessment platforms, selected directories, specialized portals and hemerographic catalogues It has an international scientific editorial board and a broad network of reviewers from 31 countries of all over the world. Professional management of manuscripts via the OJS platform from the Science and Technology Foundation, with ethical commitments published for the scientific community that ensure transparency and timeliness, antiplagiarism CrossCheck , reviewing system It has a printed and an online digital edition.
The entire digital version can be freely accessed. Comunicar has also an English and a Chinese co-edition. The journal is published by Comunicar, a private, professional non-profit association specialized in educommunication in Spain, collaborating closely with multiple institutions and international universities.
National Taiwan Normal University Concentric: Two issues are published each year, in May and November. Studies in Linguistics is one of the leading journals in Taiwan devoted to the dissemination of research related to linguistics and applied linguistics. First published in under the title The Concentric, the journal aimed to promote academic research in the fields of linguistics and English literature, and to provide an avenue for researchers to share results of their investigations with other researchers and practitioners.
In , the journal was renamed as Studies in English Literature and Linguistics, and in was further renamed as Concentric: Studies in English Literature and Linguistics. As the quantity of research in the fields of linguistics, applied linguistics, and English literature has increased greatly in recent years, the journal has evolved into two publications.
Beginning in , these two journals have been published under the titles Concentric: Studies in Linguistics and Concentric: Literary and Cultural Studies. An international journal published in English, Concentric: Studies in Linguistics includes articles that focus on all aspects of theoretical and applied linguistics. Condordia Discors vs Discordia Concors: Researches into Comparative Literature, Contrastive Linguist. It provides an interdisciplinary forum for the publication of high-quality articles on comparative literature, contrastive linguistics, cross-cultural and translation strategies.
Connecticut Review Connecticut Review is a semi-annual journal published since under the auspices of the Board of Trustees for the Connecticut State University.
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Connecticut Review invites submission of poetry, literary plays, short fiction, translations, creative nonfiction, essays, interviews, and academic articles of general interest. Routledge Taylor and Francis The primary goal of Connection Science has established a clear niche within the world of neural computing, cognitive science and artificial intelligence.
While the journal considers articles from any area of connectionist research, it differs from the other neural computing journals in its preference for papers related to issues within connectionist cognitive science and artificial intelligence. Connection Science also differs from other cognitive science and AI or machine learning journals in that it is purely connectionist; all of the articles are reviewed to a high standard by researchers in the field of neural computing. Its subject areas cover the theory, management, design, development, translation and delivery of international professional information, as well as issues relating to the education and training of practitioners and researchers.
The journal aims at a balanced integration of both notional, informal approaches to constructions in general and more formal treatments, as for example, within the framework of construction grammar. One of the long-term goals is to establish contact between researchers from various perspectives. Constructions is not restricted to any particular language or language family, and aims at combining theoretical, empirical, and applied issues.
Constructions works with a high-class specialised editorial board. All submitted articles are subjected to the a multiple blind peer reviewing process. John Benjamins Constructions and Frames Editors: Constructions and Frames is an international peer-reviewed journal that provides a forum for construction-based approaches to language analysis. Constructional models emphasize the role of constructions, as conventional pairings of meaning and form, in stating language-specific and cross-linguistic generalizations and in accounting equally for regular and semi-regular patterns.
Frame Semantics, which has become a semantic complement of some constructional approaches, elaborates the analysis of form-meaning relationships by focusing on lexical semantic issues that are relevant to grammatical structure. The preoccupation of constructional theories with meaning allows for natural integration of grammatical inquiry with semantic, pragmatic, and discourse research; often coupled with corpus evidence, this orientation also enriches current perspectives on language acquisition, language change, and language use.
Constructions and Frames publishes articles which range from descriptions of grammatical phenomena in different languages to constructionally-oriented work in cognitive linguistics, grammaticalization theory, typology, conversation analysis and interactional linguistics, poetics, and sociolinguistics. Articles that explore applications to or implications for related fields, such as communication studies, computational linguistics, lexicography, psychology, and anthropology are also invited. The aim of the journal is to promote innovative research that extends constructional approaches in new directions and along interdisciplinary paths.
The journal accepts articles presenting research findings based on the exploitation of corpora as well as accounts of corpus building, corpus tool construction and corpus annotation schemes. The journal has three key features: The journal will not be wed to one theoretical position. It will welcome and accommodate the work of a wide range of theorists using corpus data. The journal will actively seek to promote a cross fertilization of ideas and techniques across a range of areas and disciplines in the belief that these areas have something to offer to each other through their common focus on corpus data.
The journal will engage with the full range of human languages, not just the English language or major European languages. Its articles are reviewed by a scientific committee. The successive issues of the journal aim at developing an in-depth reflection on the role corpora hold in contemporary linguistic research along with a reflexive analysis on the collection and implementation of the mentioned corpora. Concomitantly, the heuristic processes uniting the gathering and the structuring of empirical data on the one hand, and the emergence or the validation of the linguistic hypotheses on the other hand, are also sought to be evaluated and made explicit.
Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory. It provides a forum for researchers from different theoretical backgrounds and different areas of interest that share a commitment to the systematic and exhaustive analysis of naturally occurring language. Contributions from all theoretical frameworks are welcome but they should be addressed at a general audience and thus be explicit about their assumptions and discovery procedures and provide sufficient theoretical background to be accessible to researchers from different frameworks.
Two issues per volume. It is an open access and triple blind peer-reviewed international journal, which is devoted to general and specialized corpus linguistics research and its application studies. We are pleased to consider manuscripts for publication, providing that the manuscript has not been published elsewhere. Springer Corpus Pragmatics offers a forum for theoretical and applied linguists who carry out research in the new linguistic discipline that stands at the interface between corpus linguistics and pragmatics. The journal promotes the combination of the two approaches through research on new topics in linguistics, with a particular focus on interdisciplinary studies, and to enlarge and implement current pragmatic theories that have hitherto not benefited from empirical corpus support.
Authors are encouraged to describe the statistical analyses used in their research and to supply the data and scripts in R when possible. The objective of Corpus Pragmatics is to develop pragmatics with the aid of quantitative corpus methodology. The journal accepts original research papers, short research notes, and occasional thematic issues. The journal follows a double-blind peer review system. Covenant Journal of Language Studies. Covenant University Press CJLS is an international scholarly open access journal that provides a forum devoted to current and state of the art studies in Language and Communication.
It is a fully refereed journal, focusing both on conceptual and theoretical approaches to Language and Communication studies. Submissions that deal with case studies and essays demonstrating new knowledge and advanced methods providing heightened scholarly understanding of traditional topics in English and French linguistics or literary studies, pragmatics, discourse studies and new media communications are particularly welcome.
The journal also encourages descriptive and highly objective reviews. The journal aims to maintain rapid editorial procedures and a rigorous peer review system. Submitted articles are reviewed within approximately three months of submission and the accepted articles are published shortly afterwards. Bahri Publications Launched in as a forum for the exchange of different ideas, latest trends and critical methods with a balanced coverage of late 20th century and current literary practices in India and elsewhere.
Through this forum we encourage creative experimentation and project new talents. We invite articles on a wide range of humanities including linguistics and literary criticism. We are especially interested in papers dealing with the language from a cognitive perspective. Each manuscript should contain the following elements. Creative Practices in Language Learning and Teaching. The various issues will be compiled and published as a hardcopy at the end of each year. CPLT aims to provide a venue for academics, educators, planners and teaching professionals to share their findings, critical scholarship and creative practices that help to advance inquiry in language learning and teaching.
CPLT welcomes contributions on creative practices but are not limited to the following aspects: CPLT is a double-blind reviewed journal. It will produce regular issues twice a year as an open-access e-journal. It is a non-profit journal which aims to provide a venue for academics, educators and researchers to share the findings of their research.
The journal welcomes manuscripts that provide results of research, critical scholarship and creative practices in language learning and teaching. Crisolenguas provides a forum for scholars who work on literature, culture, language, linguistics, and film topics in French, Italian, German, and Portuguese, including topics in Classical Languages Latin and Greek. Crisolenguas is designed to disseminate and share the research of scholars with other scholars in the Caribbean and beyond.
Crisolenguas seeks submissions of previously unpublished manuscripts on any topic related to the areas mentioned above. Articles should be written so that they are accessible to a broad audience of educators in departments of foreign languages, including those individuals who may not be familiar with the particular subject matter addressed in the article.
Currently, the editors are seeking submissions of previously unpublished manuscripts on any topic related to literature, linguistics, culture, films, didactics, and teaching methodology for foreign languages French, Italian, Portuguese, German and classical languages Latin and Greek.
All submissions are peer reviewed by outside readers. The deadline for manuscripts is June 30, Critical Approaches to Discourse Analysis. This peer-reviewed electronic journal is freely available at: The journal aims to publish papers which, on the one hand, illuminate and assess the wide range of methodologies available for appropriation in critical discourse research, or on the other, expand the applied areas toward which critical discourse research is directed.
Papers dealing with application of methodology based on metaphor analysis and cognitive linguistics are particularly welcome. Routledge Taylor and Francis Editor: Critical Discourse Studies is an interdisciplinary journal for the social sciences. Its primary aim is to publish critical research that advances our understanding of how discourse figures in social processes, social structures, and social change. Critical Discourse Studies has been established in response to the proliferation of critical discourse studies across the social sciences and humanities.
We will consider for publication papers that meet the needs of scholars in diverse disciplines and areas of study which develop critical perspectives on the relationship between discourse and social dynamics. Relevant areas and disciplines include: We also welcome papers which connect critical academic research with practical concerns and agendas, including those of activist and grassroots political movements.
The scope of critical discourse studies is not limited to linguistic studies, or articles that are primarily empirical or analytical. Critical examination of non-linguistic phenomena that take a significant discourse orientation, as well as theoretical and methodological papers that advance critical understandings of discursive phenomena, are welcomed. Recognising the diversity, depth, and history of scholarship in the growth of critical discourse studies, no particular theoretical, disciplinary, or methodological "schools" or paradigms will be privileged over others in the selection of papers for publication.
The primary criteria for publication are originality, scholarly rigor, coherence of argument, relevance and timeliness of research. Critical Discourse Studies is an international and interdisciplinary journal. The membership of its advisory board reflects the cultural, geographical, theoretical, and disciplinary diversity of the journal and its readership. Critical Discourse Studies encourages contributions from both new and established scholars. The journal recognises that the new and rapidly changing social relations of the current age call for new approaches to understanding the waves of change that continue to impact upon social, political, economic, and cultural formations.
Therefore the editors strongly encourage the submission of papers that advance new approaches and new understandings that bridge disciplinary and cultural boundaries. Critical Discourse Studies aims to be accessible. It aims for papers that are written clearly, explain key terms and concepts in an accessible way for readers at many levels, and recognise the needs and interests of its diverse community of readers. Critical Inquiry in Language Studies: CILS focuses on critical discourse and research in language matters, broadly conceived, that is generated from qualitative, critical pedagogical, and emergent paradigms.
In these paradigms, language is considered to be a socially constituted cultural construct that gives shape to, and at the same time is shaped by, the larger social, political, and historical contexts of its use. The primary purpose of the journal is to provide a forum for discussion of the research from such emerging paradigms and at the same time to bridge arbitrary disciplinary territories in which it is being done. Over the past few decades, scholars and teachers working in a patchwork of implicitly related fields have been coming to new conceptual terms with multilingualism.
Social networking, hypertextuality, postnational approaches to civic policy, immigration and national security discourses in North America, the industrialization of multilingualism through data-mining and translation technologies—all of these have pushed multilingualism itself to evolve before our very eyes. As such, we are beginning to see that the nature of multilingualism is unmoored conceptually and at-large socially, while our apprehension of it is increasingly constrained by mono-disciplinary frameworks of knowledge and method.
A Journal of English Studies. University of Bialystok Crossroads. The term English is to be understood broadly, as covering all its regional and international varieties. The journal welcomes contributions on all aspects of literary and cultural studies including recent developments in cyberculture , linguistics both theoretical and applied , and intercultural communication. The aim of the journal is to provide a forum for interdisciplinary research, inquiry and debate within the area of English Studies through the exchange, crisscrossing and intersecting of opinions and diverse views.
In addition to articles, the journal also publishes debates and book reviews. The electronic version of Crossroads. A Journal of English Studies is its primary referential version. Every article either in English or Turkish may be submitted to be published in the journal. The Journal of intercultural mediation and communication is an international refereed journal focusing on the role of culture in constructing, perceiving and translating reality.
The goal of this Journal is to promote research, education and training in communication by investigating language, languages, cultural models, conflict, mediation and interculturality. Furthermore, since translation is considered as mediation between cultures it will be included as a way of seeing cultural linguistics at work. Relationship between language and culture; 2. Culture and communication; 3. University of Chicago Press Current Anthropology is a transnational journal devoted to research on humankind, encompassing the full range of anthropological scholarship on human cultures and on the human and other primate species.
Communicating across the subfields, the journal features papers in a wide variety of areas, including social, cultural, and physical anthropology as well as ethnology and ethnohistory, archaeology and prehistory, folklore, and linguistics. Volume 46 begins February Current Issues in Language Planning. Routledge Taylor and Francis The journal Current Issues in Language Planning provides major summative and thematic review studies spanning and focusing the disparate language policy and language planning literature related to: The journal publishes four issues per year, two on each subject area.
Department of Modern Languages, University of Helsinki Current Trends in Translation Teaching and Learning E is a double-blind refereed journal that explores a variety of issues related to translation teaching and learning. We seek qualitative and quantitative research articles that are relevant to this subject. Publications are available free online via our website.
The journal publishes research works about terminology and related fields, both from a theoretical and applied point of view. De Proverbio Multilingual electronic publisher of proverb studies and collections. The journal considers all areas of Germanic linguistics and incorporates a broad collection of reports and documentation about new publications and developments in linguistics. Developmental Science publishes work that bridges levels of explanation, such as from brain development to cognitive or social change, or work that specifically attempts to elucidate mechanisms of developmental change at one level.
Manuscripts judged to fall outside this remit may be rejected without full refereeing. John Benjamins Diachronica provides a forum for the presentation and discussion of information concerning all aspects of language change and comparative linguistics in any and all languages of the globe. Contributions which combine theoretical interest and philological acumen are especially welcome. Consequently, the Journal publishes theoretical and applied works — approached from a diachronic perspective — from the fields of linguistics and philology and the neighbouring or connected domains.
Publicacions de la Universitat de Barcelona The aim of the journal Dialectologia is 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.
Each issue publishes articles related to a specific subject. It also includes book reviews and news about congresses, meetings and recent publications. Manuscripts should be sent as email attachments Word documents only to the directors Maria Pilar Perea: There is no limit to the number of pages. De Gruyter Mouton "Dialectologia et Geolinguistica" publishes contributions on the variation of languages world-wide, systematic and inherent, diachronic and synchronic, regional and social, based on either oral or written data. It is open to all theoretical and methodological approaches.
The journal also furthers interdisciplinary research. Moreover, "Dialectologia et Geolinguistica" carries reports on the scholarly activities of national language research institutes, reviews and conference reports. Its principal objective is the publication of scientific articles related to these areas of knowledge. However, this journal was also created with the idea of being a forum for the presentation and diffusion of other types of materials. To achieve this, we include the section of Instrumenta studorium as well as the Linguarium Project. Linguistic Society of America Dialogue and Discourse is the first journal dedicated exclusively to work that deals with language "beyond the single sentence", in discourse i.
Studies of Migration, Integration, Equity, and Cultural Survival DIME — a quarterly peer-reviewed journal focused on critical discourse and research in diaspora, indigenous, and minority education — is dedicated to researching cultural sustainability in a world increasingly consolidating under national, transnational, and global organizations.
It aims to draw attention to, and learn from, the many initiatives being conducted around the globe in support of diaspora, indigenous, and minority education, which might otherwise go unnoticed. Journal of the Dictionary Society of North America. Il habite un petit village au nord de Bamako. Quel travail bizarre, direz- vous!
Quand elle pique ensuite un autre individu, elle lui transmet les filaires porteuses de la maladie. En second lieu, il faudrait aussi soigner le plus vite possible les personnes atteintes. Chers auditeurs, merci et au revoir. A la semaine prochaine pour une nouvelle chronique! Les attrapeurs de mouches ………………….. Tous les jours, ………….. Ils laissent ………………… Les petites mouches …………. Mettons donc en oeuvre ce partenariat. Ce filtre, pour aller vite, prend les formes suivantes: F, Paris, Editions Autrement.
Questions de politique linguistique, Didier Erudition, Paris. Selon Anne-Marie Autissier , p. Jean-Michel Dijan , p. Il reposait sur trois volets: Des ouvrages liturgiques — Bible, missel, livres de chants, etc. Deux exemples de parcours personnels de Bulgares illustrent bien cette tradition. Plus tard, en , il se retrouve dans la cour du gouverneur de Moldavie. Il a fait partie de toutes les coalitions au pouvoir depuis Recherches francophones sur le plurilinguisme, Berne: Coneixements i usos…, , p. Selon les groupes, elle se manifestera plus ou moins individuellement ou plus ou moins collectivement.
Elle a connu deux colonisations: Elle prend le statut de langue seconde. La question qui se pose ici est: Nous reviendrons sur cette approche dans la suite de cet article. Psycholinguistic approaches, Oxford, Oxford University Press. Cambridge, Massachusetts, and London, England: Car comme le rappelle G. Leca Grawitz, PUF, vol. Leca Grawitz, Puf, vol 1. Questions de point de vue. Concepts, actions et Outils linguistiques.
Ceci explique pourquoi le groupe a choisi la promotion entrante. Nous en avons donc retenu les plus marquants en prenant soin de faire des questions redondantes par souci de recoupement. Une illustration en perspective: Cela est vrai dans toute situation. Ces cinq domaines sont: The school curriculum will encourage students to understand and respect the different cultures which make up New Zealand society.
It will ensure that the experiences, cultural traditions, histories, and languages of all New Zealanders are recognised and valued. Cela requiert la collaboration active de plusieurs partenaires sociaux: Voir aussi Crystal Langue maternelle et politique linguistique 1. Since standard English, spoken and written, is the predominant language in which knowledge and skills are taught and learned, pupils should be taught to recognise and use standard English. In these situations it is unlikely that each child would be able to receive MTE in the narrow sense of the term.
It is more likely and possible that education provision could be made available in a language of the immediate or local community and with which the child is familiar. Par ailleurs, il discute avec plusieurs personnes: Osman et Dr S. Ministry of Education and Scientific Research, Ending the Rat race in primary Education and Breaking the admission bottleneck at secondary level, May a. Implications for Achieving Education for All, November Musulmane constante pour la population ce patois. Langue Hindoue 3 3 Bhojpuri. Curriculum et langues Tableau 3: Exercer ses droits de citoyen.
Langue de conversation courante dans tous les secteurs. Communiquer avec les autres. This includes convergence in the teaching of literacy. The Mauritian educational context is characterised by a situation where children are taught to read and write in two languages - French a second language and English a foreign language. Simultaneous biliteracy thus forms the backbone of the Mauritian education system. In this present system, two different approaches to teaching literacy are used for French and English.
In order to address these questions, I have divided this paper into six parts, in which I will 1 briefly describe the local context, 2 discuss the theoretical framework within which the research questions are addressed, 3 describe the methods used to collect data, 4 present the findings, 5 interpret the findings, and 6 make some recommendations.
Standard 1 to Standard 6. French colonisation and English colonisation It became independent in and a republic in While the French period saw the birth of a French-based Creole, the English period saw the influx of oriental languages through the indentured labourers who came to work on sugar plantations after the abolition of slavery.
Mauritius is thus a linguistic melting pot, with multilingualism being part of everyday reality. However, unlike other African countries, the various languages have specific domains of use. Said in very simplistic terms 2 , the main languages used in the island are: It thus has the status of a foreign language; Mauritians, is also a language that is socially utilised. However, in the Mauritian context, multilingualism does not necessarily mean multilingual literacies.
It is true that censuses have their limitations, for instance, 1 census data are collected from the heads of families and what they say does not necessarily reflect the literacy practices of the rest of the family, and 2 census data are self-reports and their reliability is questionable. However, the above figures are revealing as to the general level of literacy, as well as the prevailing attitudes to literacy in the multilingual Mauritian context.
We can thus argue, on the one hand, that these figures indicate that few Mauritians can read or can see themselves as being able to read in Creole, which is the language spoken by the majority. On the other hand, the figures indicate that Mauritians have positive attitudes to literacy in the European languages. This can be explained partly by the sociolinguistic context, 2 Refer to Atchia-Emmerich for a recent analysis. Briefly, the present language-in-education policy, which is a remnant of our colonial past Carpooran, , involves the compulsory teaching and learning of literacy in two languages: Literacy in one oriental language is also available to parents who want their children to learn one of these languages.
However, while French is taught as a separate subject, English is taught as a subject as well as used as the only written medium of instruction as from the first year of primary education Standard 1. In the face of a number of definitions by various scholars, the report maintains that there is no one definition of literacy that is applicable and relevant across all contexts worldwide. A review of the theoretical literature suggests that there are two main approaches in the definition of literacy. One of these approaches emphasises the various discrete skills that enhance literacy development Adams, Street uses the terms autonomous and ideological models to describe these two approaches, criticising the first approach for being too technical and for ignoring the contexts of literacy use.
In this paper, I will argue that recognizing that there are multiple conceptualisations of literacy and multiple views of literacy helps in realising how complex literacy is, and hence how complex literacy instruction also is. This definition includes the skills needed for reading development, while in no way ignoring the particularities of the context in which reading takes place and develops. Vocabulary Morpho-syntax World knowledge Pressley, Just as there are different conceptualisations of literacy, there are also different approaches to literacy instruction.
According to Gunning and Purcell-Gates , they are: In this approach, learning to read is seen as being similar to learning to speak, thus reading is taught holistically and naturally by immersing children in reading materials. Goodman suggests that readers use their background knowledge and the knowledge of the language to predict the content of the reading materials. It seems that centre-countries, like America, have moved away from the whole language approach to the phonics approach National Reading Panel, There has also been a return to basal readers, which carefully take the reader through the various levels of reading difficulty Gunning, Such research is just only starting to look at the problematics of literacy development in multilingual postcolonial settings, which present very different contexts.
The above discussion indicates that LEA makes a number of assumptions, such as the age of the learner adults and the level of oral and syntactic fluency high. According to Wurr , LEA was used with some success in the mid s and s in L2 literacy courses with students of diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds. The use of this approach in the context of Mali has not been without its critics.
I would suggest that this approach also assumes, maybe wrongly for the case of Mali, that students are familiar with concepts of print: Once again, Maurer Indeed, research done in bilingual education systems in Canada has led people like Cummins and Roberts to argue that decoding skills appear to be transferable in languages that share the same writing systems. Conversely, research recently carried out in Hong Kong, where children are made biliterate in languages that do not share the same writing system suggests that this transferability of skills is less automatic in these cases.
Finally, the question of transferability of oral skills must be considered. Oral language proficiency is language specific. The above critical review of the literature on literacy and literacy instruction, more specifically the similar approach to teaching literacy in the L1 and the L2, brings us to consider Mauritius as a case study.
As mentioned above, Mauritius has its specificity: The research questions which will now be addressed are: