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The Linguist (Chartered Institute of Linguists)

The Linguist (Chartered Institute of Linguists)

The Linguist is the bi-monthly publication of the Chartered Institute of Linguists (published six times per year). It is free to all CIOL members and has an ever-increasing circulation among non-members who receive it on subscription. 

The Linguist offers its readers a wide range of articles that are of interest to anyone and everyone working with languages. It features job ads for linguists, as well as recommending websites that are of interest or relevant to professional linguists. It also includes popular regular sections such as lists and reports of CIOL events, book reviews, a section on opinion and comment as well as news items.

No matter what your field is, The Linguiist is informative, incisive, relevant and a must for every linguist.

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The Linguist Magazine

The Linguist Magazine

The Linguist Magazine is a free student magazine for Language Learners and Culture Vultures at the University of Birmingham. The aim is to unite enthusiasts on all things foreign and to get people talking! Available also in print form on campus, it will keep you updated with world affairs, sport and style, let you in on tips for your year abroad, share with you some foreign recipes, give you the latest careers tips and tickle your fancy with tons of reviews of book and film. Best of all you may even polish up your language skills without even realising!

International Journal of Language and Culture

International Journal of Language and Culture

The aim of the International Journal of Language and Culture(IJoLC) is to disseminate cutting-edge research that explores the interrelationship between language and culture. The journal is multidisciplinary in scope and seeks to provide a forum for researchers interested in the interaction between language and culture across several disciplines, including linguistics, anthropology, applied linguistics, psychology and cognitive science. The journal publishes high-quality, original and state-of-the-art articles that may be theoretical or empirical in orientation and that advance our understanding of the intricate relationship between language and culture. IJoLC is a peer-reviewed journal published twice a year.

Topics of interest to IJoLC include, but are not limited to the following:

a. Culture and the structure of language,

b. Language, culture, and conceptualisation,

c. Language, culture, and politeness,

d. Language, culture, and emotion,

e. Culture and language development,

f. Language, culture, and communication.

Language, Interaction and Acquisition

Language, Interaction and Acquisition

LIA is a bilingual English-French journal that publishes original theoretical and empirical research of high scientific quality at the forefront of current debates concerning language acquisition. It covers all facets of language acquisition among different types of learners and in diverse learning situations, with particular attention to oral speech and/or to signed languages. Topics include the acquisition of one or more foreign languages, of one or more first languages, and of sign languages, as well as learners’ use of gestures during speech; the relationship between language and cognition during acquisition; bilingualism and situations of linguistic contact – for example pidginisation and creolisation. The bilingual nature of LIA aims at reaching readership in a wide international community, while simultaneously continuing to attract intellectual and linguistic resources stemming from multiple scientific traditions in Europe, thereby remaining faithful to its original French anchoring. LIA is the direct descendant of the French-speaking journal AILE.

International Multilingual Research Journal

International Multilingual Research Journal

The International Multilingual Research Journal (IMRJ) invites scholarly contributions with strong interdisciplinary perspectives to understand and promote bi/multilingualism, bi/multi-literacy, and linguistic democracy. The journal’s focus is on these topics as related to languages other than English as well as dialectal variations of English. It has three thematic emphases: the intersection of language and culture, the dialectics of the local and global, and comparative models within and across contexts. IMRJ is committed to promoting equity, access, and social justice in education, and to offering accessible research and policy analyses to better inform scholars, educators, students, and policy makers

International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism

International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism

The aim of this Journal is to be thoroughly international in nature. It disseminates high-quality research, theoretical advances, international developments to foster international understanding, and to spread ideas about initiatives in bilingualism and bilingual education.

The Journal seeks: To promote theoretical and applied research into bilingual education and bilingualism. To provide a truly international exchange, and to encourage international debates and discussions on key issues in areas of controversy in  bilingual education and bilingualism. To disseminate internationally effective practice (e.g. in the development of bilingual children, bilingual education, bilingualism in the  economy). To provide interdisciplinary perspectives for an international audience.

 

Journal of Child Language

Journal of Child Language

A key publication in the field, Journal of Child Language publishes articles on all aspects of the scientific study of language behaviour in children, the principles which underlie it, and the theories which may account for it. The international range of authors and breadth of coverage allow the journal to forge links between many different areas of research including psychology, linguistics, cognitive science and anthropology. This interdisciplinary approach spans a wide range of interests: phonology, phonetics, morphology, syntax, vocabulary, semantics, pragmatics, sociolinguistics, or any other recognised facet of language study. In addition to articles, the journal contains a Notes section and an occasional section containing a review article plus commentaries by a range of other researchers.

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European Forum of Vocational Education and Training European Association for Terminology Mercator European Network of Language Diversity Centres
European Publishers Council European Council of Literary Translators' Associations Fundación Academia Europea de Yuste
RECIT EUROCLIO European Federation of National Institutions for Language
EUNIC in Brussels Eurolang European Council for Steiner Waldorf Education (ECSWE)
Europa Esperanto Unio - EEU European Council of Artists (ECA) Literature Across frontiers
Club de Madrid ALTE European Theatre Convention
European Federation for Intercultural Learning Culturelink European Coordination of Independent Producers (CEPI)

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