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Instructions for Authors / Contributors
Articles submitted to Linguistics and Culture Review should represent outstanding scholarship and make original contributions to the field. The Editors will assume that an article submitted for their consideration has not previously been published and is not being considered for publication elsewhere, either in the submitted form or in a modified version.
Articles must be written in English and not include libelous or defamatory material. Manuscripts accepted for publication should not exceed 8,500 words including all material for publication in the online version of the article, except for the abstract, which should be no longer than 200 words. Additional material can be made available in the online version of the article.
Linguistics and Culture Review operates a double-blind peer-review process. To facilitate this process, authors are requested to ensure that all submissions, whether first or revised versions are anonymized. Authors' names and institutional affiliations should appear only on a detachable cover letter. Author's name(s) should be substituted by 'author' throughout the paper, e.g. in references to the author's own work. Submitted manuscripts will not normally be returned.
Manuscripts should be written in English and must be submitted online through our Online Submission Website.
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Articles should be original and should not include libelous or defamatory material.
Each contributor should provide a brief biodata of about 90 words listing main interests, recent publications, and a contact address. Email address is optional and the Corresponding Email is Mandatory. The biodata should also be included on the manuscript with author's details.
If your article contains extracts from other works, especially Figures, Tables, etc., please contact the authors and publishers before submitting the final version to seek permission to use their work. If primary data is to be included, research participants should have signed a consent form.
All contributors whose articles are accepted for publication will be required to sign a copyright assignment form, and to confirm that their article is original, accurate (in as much as can be ascertained in research), and does not include any libelous statements. Please download the LingCuRe guide for authors.
Forum pieces are usually reviewed by the Reviews and Forum Editor and are not sent for external review. Items for the Forum section are normally no longer than 2,000 words. Contributions to the Forum section and offers to review book publications should be addressed to the Forum and Reviews Editor.
They may consist of comments, statements on current issues, short reports on ongoing research (but NOT abstracts), or short replies to other articles.
Book and Article Reviews
The journal publishes reviews of books relevant to the field of Linguistics and Culture are normally no longer than 1,500 words. If you would like to review a book for Linguistics and Culture Review, please contact the Reviews Editor at the address below. Unsolicited book reviews are not accepted for publication.
Special Linguistics or Culture issues
The editors of Linguistics and Culture Review solicit special issues for the publication. Why publish in this Special Issue? (1) Special Issue articles are published together on American Linguist Association, making it incredibly easy for other researchers to discover your work. (2) Special content articles are downloaded on American Linguist Association twice as often within the first 24 months than articles published in regular issues. (3) Special content articles attract 20% more citations in the first 24 months than articles published in regular issues. (4) All articles in this special issue will be reviewed by no fewer than two independent experts to ensure the quality, originality and novelty of the work published.
Reference lists should be in American Psychological Association (APA) referencing style for Books and Articles. More details for latest edition...
Grant, L. S., Gode, B. S., & Amstrong, M. G. (2017). Ideology of translation concept approach on determining a decision by the translator. Linguistics and Culture Review, 1(1), 1-12. https://doi.org/10.37028/lingcure.v1n1.1
Brandberg, A., & Amzel, I. A. (2017). Culture value on community life behavior of the phonetic and phonology. Linguistics and Culture Review, 1(1), 13-25. https://doi.org/10.37028/lingcure.v1n1.2
Woodlove, G. M., & Vurly, M. E. (2017). Political discourse approach applied the current study issue occurred. Linguistics and Culture Review, 1(1), 26-37. https://doi.org/10.37028/lingcure.v1n1.3
Vowel, G. E., Gorray, D. K., & Audrey, N. (2017). Stylistics on the linguistics text applied in a social approach to get a certain goal. Linguistics and Culture Review, 1(1), 38-49. https://doi.org/10.37028/lingcure.v1n1.4
Keohin, H. C., & Graw, N. J. (2017). Linguistic and cognitive ability of children before five years old on their effort to communicate action. Linguistics and Culture Review, 1(1), 50-59. https://doi.org/10.37028/lingcure.v1n1.5
Woods, A. (2018). American culture: A sociological perspectives. Linguistics and Culture Review, 2(1), 1-12. https://doi.org/10.37028/lingcure.v2n1.6
Xiu, P., & Xeauyin, L. (2018). Human translation vs machine translation: The practitioner phenomenology. Linguistics and Culture Review, 2(1), 13-23. https://doi.org/10.37028/lingcure.v2n1.8
Smith, V., Florence, K., & Maria, F. (2018). Semantics in cultural perspective overview. Linguistics and Culture Review, 2(1), 24-31. https://doi.org/10.37028/lingcure.v2n1.9
Borris, D., & Zecho, C. (2018). The linguistic politeness having seen on the current study issue. Linguistics and Culture Review, 2(1), 32-44. https://doi.org/10.37028/lingcure.v2n1.10
Chemmel, U., & Phillipe, R. (2018). The role of pragmatics in cross-cultural. Linguistics and Culture Review, 2(1), 45-59. https://doi.org/10.37028/lingcure.v2n1.11
Peniro, R., & Cyntas, J. (2019). Applied linguistics theory and application. Linguistics and Culture Review, 3(1), 1-13. https://doi.org/10.37028/lingcure.v3n1.7
Li, Z. X., & Huan, C. Y. (2019). Chinese and North American culture: A new perspective in linguistics studies. Linguistics and Culture Review, 3(1), 14-31. https://doi.org/10.37028/lingcure.v3n1.13
Liu, S., & Alley, F. (2019). Learning from the historical culture of American people for the current society. Linguistics and Culture Review, 3(1), 32-47. https://doi.org/10.37028/lingcure.v3n1.14
Collins, L., & Jisum, C. (2019). The role of linguistics studies on the political debate. Linguistics and Culture Review, 3(1), 48-59. https://doi.org/10.37028/lingcure.v3n1.15
Latupeirissa, D. S. (2019). Naturalness of verbs in Kupang Malay language. Linguistics and Culture Review, 3(1), 60-69. https://doi.org/10.37028/lingcure.v3n1.12
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The Tables and Figures themselves should be inserted at the body of the article, or in a separate file. Each Figure and Table should be clearly labelled with number and caption. They should be numbered Figure 1, Figure 2, Table 1, Table 2, etc.
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