When the world is seen as a global village, understanding the complex and subtle relationship between language, culture and society becomes an essential condition for a peaceful co-existence among its villagers. On the basis of this assumption, the Internet Journal of Language, Culture and Society was created. This peer-reviewed international internet journal publishes articles and reports dealing with theoretical as well as practical issues with a focus on the link between language, culture and society within a socio-cultural context or beyond its boundary.

The Journal welcomes papers dealing with the following areas which reflect the relationship between language, culture and society:

  • 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

Publication frequency: 2 issues per year

Journal ISSN 1327-774X

This refereed journal is listed in the Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) developed by the Australian Research Council (ARC)