About the Journal
Linguistics and Culture Review ISSN 2690-103X (online) (LingCuRe) Journal is an annual publication for all those involved in linguistics, whether as micro linguistics, additional, or macro linguistics, or as an international Lingua Franca. The Journal links the everyday concerns of practitioners and linguist with insights gained from relevant academic disciplines such as linguistics, culture, and language.
LingCuRe Journal aims to provide a medium for an informed discussion of the principles and practice which explore, investigate, elaborate about the phenomenon for linguistics and culture around the world. It also provides a forum for the exchange of information and ideas among members of the profession worldwide. LingCuRe Journal publishes research into linguistics with relevance to real-world issues. The journal is keen to help make connections between scholarly discourses, theories, and research methods from a broad range of linguistic and other relevant areas of study. The journal welcomes contributions that critically reflect on current, cutting edge theory and practice in the linguistics field.
The Editor of LingCuRe Journal is supported by an Advisory Board which assists the Editor in guiding the development of the Journal, and by an Editorial Panel whose members referee submissions.
The journal's Forum section is intended to stimulate debate between authors and the wider community of linguists and to afford a quicker turnaround time for short pieces. Forum pieces are typically a commentary on research issues or professional practices or responses to a published article. Forum pieces are required to exhibit originality, timeliness and a contribution to, or stimulation of, a current debate. The journal also contains a Review section.
The subject area is Arts and Humanities categorized Linguistics and Language and Language and Linguistics. Linguistics and Culture Review publishes articles and book reviews in the traditional subdisciplines of linguistics as well as in related disciplines insofar as these are deemed to be of interest to linguists. This includes grammar, both functional and formal, with a focus on semantics, syntax, morphology, phonetics and phonology, pragmatics and discourse, psycholinguistics, and sociolinguistics. The focus may be on one or several languages, but studies with a wide cross-linguistic (typological) and cross-cultural coverage are also welcome. The perspective could be synchronic or diachronic. Linguistics and Culture Review also publishes once special issues a year in these areas, for which it welcomes proposals. Linguistics and Culture Review is a double-blind peer-reviewed journal of international scope. Keywords: social sciences; linguistics; languages; culture.
What does LingCuRe Publish?
- Research articles (up to 8,500 words) in the field of linguistics and cultural studies;
- Article Reviews (up to 1,500 words);
- Book Reviews (up to 1,500 words);
- Please make a submission here or contact the Editors to explore the opportunities listed above.
Peer Review Process
Research articles and Reviews will undergo a double-blind, peer review. This also applies to manuscripts submitted as part of all teaching, outreach and engagement articles related to linguistics and cultural studies field. The decision of the reviewers will be acknowledged by the LingCuRe Editors in accordance with eligibility for publication. The authors will be informed of the review decision and all relevant comments will be forwarded to the authors. Please note that all reviewers in LingCuRe are volunteer and professional, therefore, the review result up to 8 weeks.
Linguistics and Culture Review is published online annually.
Open Access Policy
This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge. LingCuRe complies with the requirements imposed on authors by research councils such as the Library of Congres. Registration is not required to read or download an article. LingCuRe is listed on the WorldCat.
There is no charge or fee to authors for article submission. Once, peer review result of the manuscript is complete and the editor approves the manuscript for publication, the author should pay the Article Processing Charges.
Articles are already archived on the LingCuRe website and are available for immediate access.
Authors can 'self-archive' their articles in digital form on their personal homepages, funder repositories or their institutions' archives provided that they link back to the original source on the LingCuRe website. Authors can archive pre-print, post-print or the publisher's version of their work.
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Material published in LingCuRe is done so under a CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 licence, with copyright remaining with the author.
- Articles published online in LingCuRe cannot be published in another journal without the explicit approval of the LingCuRe Editors;
- Authors can 'self-archive' their articles in digital form on their personal homepages, funder repositories or their institutions' archives provided that they link back to the original source on the LingCuRe website. Authors can archive pre-print, post-print or the publisher's version of their work.
- Authors agree that submitted articles to LingCuRe will be submitted to various abstracting, indexing and archiving services as selected by LingCuRe.
The names and email addresses entered in this journal site will be used exclusively for the stated purposes of this journal and will not be made available for any other purpose or to any other party. Registered users will receive notifications about submission or review processes in which they are involved and emails related to their role in the processes. Articles will be published with a correspondence email address for the corresponding author. Please read our privacy statement here.
Abstracting and Indexing Services
Linguistics and Culture Review is covered by the following abstracting/indexing services however the publisher or journal editors can not guarantee to index all published papers because the indexers are the third party:
- Baidu Scholar
- CORE UK
- Google Scholar
- Index Copernicus International
- LC E-Resources Catalog
- Linguistic Bibliography
- Microsoft Academic
- OCLC WorldCat
- Online Library
- Scientific & Literature
- Scopus (April 2021 to February 2022)
- World Catalogue