Call for papers

We are pleased to announce the call for papers for The Internet Journal of Language, Culture and Society (ISSN 1327-774X) which is in its 18th year of publication. The journal is now accepting manuscripts for consideration for Issue 39 in early 2016.

The focus for the next issue is:  

“The discourses of culture and language in the globalised society”

The journal welcomes submissions from a variety of disciplines and perspectives which reflect the relationship between language, culture and society. The journal encourages faculty and research students to jointly submit papers.

The Journal welcomes papers dealing with the following areas:

  • General linguistics
  • Sociolinguistics
  • Pragmatics
  • Discourse analysis and Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA)
  • Language and learning
  • Interpersonal and intercultural communication
  • Social research and advocacy
  • Globalisation
  • Culture, identity and empowerment
  • Cross-cultural research

Manuscript Submission

Issue 39 Submission Deadline: 1st November 2015

However, the journal welcomes the submission of manuscripts for consideration at any time of the year. All manuscripts will be reviewed within two to four weeks of submission. 

All submissions must be sent by e-mail attachment to editor@aaref.com.au 

Please note that for issue 39, Open Access and Publication Fee will be reduced to $99 for all submissions received by submission deadline.

 Further author information found at: http://www.aaref.com.au/en/publications/journal/welcome/

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