Aims And Scope

Focus Journal Language Review encourages submissions that relate to the theories and methodologies from all traditions of linguistics and discourse analytics to explore any aspect of language and discourse. Areas of study at the intersection of linguistics and discourse analytics include, but are not limited to: applied linguistics, functional linguistics, text linguistics, discourse analysis, critical discourse analysis, sociolinguistics, conversation analysis, linguistic anthropology, ethnography of communication, systemic functional linguistics, social semiotics, literacy studies, language policy, language ideology, language teaching and language grammar. Each submitted paper will be judged based on international standards, originality/innovativeness of paper, contribution to knowledge, its relevance of the subject and its quality of presentation. Those submitted papers are subject to a double blind reviewing.