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تاریخ : دوشنبه 16 بهمن 1391     |     کد : 33

فراخوان مقاله دو فصلنامه علمی - تخصّصی«زبان شناسی کاربردی»

فراخوان مقاله دو فصلنامه علمی - تخصّصی«زبان شناسی کاربردی»

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فراخوان مقاله

دو فصلنامه  علمی - تخصّصی«زبان شناسی کاربردی»

ضمن ابراز خرسندی، به استحضار می­رساند، درخواست صدور مجوز فصلنامه « زبان شناسی کاربردی»گروه زبان و ادبیات انگلیسی دانشگاه شهید مدنی آذربایجان، در جلسه مورخ 25/10/91 هیأت نظارت بر مطبوعات کشور، مورد موافقت قرار گرفته است. بدین وسیله از کلیه استادان و پژوهشگران و دانشجویان تحصیلات تکمیلی دعوت می­شود مقاله­های پژوهشی خود را در چارچوب عناوین زیر برای انتشار در این نشریه به آدرس الکترونیکی azarunivmajalleh@yahoo.com ارسال فرمایند.

Themes

v Discourse/Genre Analysis

v Multimedia and Language Teaching

v Educational Linguistics

v Anthropological  Linguistics

v Ecolinguistics

v Philosophy of  Language

v Language Planning

v EFL/ ESL

v ESP

v Translation Studies

v Sociolinguistics

v Psycholinguistics

v Computational Linguistics

v Forensic Linguistics

v Stylistics

v Literary Criticism

v LiteraryLinguistics

 

Author Guidelines



Instructions for Contributors

The working language of the journal is English. Journal of Applied Linguistics (Discourse Analysis) publishes original articles and all submissions will be refereed by at least two appropriate members of the applied linguistics community.

Submissions: Articles normally should be between 4,000 and 8,000 words (including the abstracts, footnotes, references, tables, figures, appendices and all other matter). Authors should submit their article electronically (Word compatible) to
Azarunivmajalleh@yahoo.comTitle page: Include the article title and the name, institutional affiliation, full postal address and e-mail address of each author; indicate the joint author to whom correspondence should be sent.

Abstract: The abstract must not exceed 200 words. It should contain an informative summary of the main points, including, where relevant, the purpose, methodology (including specific names of scales/tests and types of questionnaire), type of data, special characteristics of subjects used, and conclusions. List 5 key words for the article after the abstract. Authors whose articles are accepted for publication must also provide their abstract and keywords in Farsi as well.

Text: The article must be double-spaced with at least 3cm-wide (1.25') margins, in 12pt Times New Roman font or similar. Indent the beginning of each paragraph with a tab and do not leave a space between paragraphs. Use a clear system of headings (without numbers), preferably with not more than three levels of heading. Tables and figures can be included in the text.

Notes: These should be kept to an absolute minimum and should be placed at the end of the main text. Do not use automatic footnote programs.

In-text references: These should appear in the body of the article, not in footnotes, giving the author's last name followed by the year and page number where relevant. A work by three authors should include all names in the first citation, with only the first author followed by et al. in subsequent citations; work by four or more authors should use et al. in all citations. Use authors' first initials if two or more authors with the same surname are referred to in the article. All and only works referred to in the text should be listed at the end in the References.

References in Articles

Refeences  should be arranged alphabetically by surname, with only initials for first names. The format should be consistent with the following examples:

Hymes, D. (ed.) (1971) Pidginization and Creolization of Languages (2nd edition). Cambridge University Press.

Swales, J. (1981) That master narrative of our time: the research article revisited. Keynote speech at the 14th European Symposium on Language for Special Purposes, University of Guildford, 18-22 August.

Trudgill, P. (1992a) Ausbau sociolinguistics and the perception of language status in contemporary Europe. International Journal of Applied Linguistics 2.2: 167-77.

—(1992b) Introducing Language and Society. London: Penguin.

Weinreich, U., W. Labov and M.I. Herzog (1968) Empirical foundations for a theory of language change. In W.P. Lehman and Y. Malkiel (eds.), Directions for Historical Linguistics: A Symposium. Austin: University of Texas Press. 97-195...

 

 

 

 

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