26.2004, Calls: General Linguistics/ Journal of Modern Languages (Jrnl)

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Subject: 26.2004, Calls: General Linguistics/ Journal of Modern Languages (Jrnl)

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Date: Wed, 15 Apr 2015 11:07:22
From: Mohsen Khedri [mohsen at um.edu.my]
Subject: General Linguistics/ Journal of Modern Languages (Jrnl)

Full Title: Journal of Modern Languages 

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics 

The Journal of Modern Languages (JML) is a biannually peer-reviewed journal
published by the Faculty of Languages and Linguistics at the University of
Malaya. Founded in 1985 at the University of Malaya, the JML is dedicated to
the publication of significant research findings of an empirical, experimental
or conceptual nature in the broad field of modern language studies.

The JML welcomes papers addressing critical analyses of modern languages from
various disciplines including, but not limited to:

- General Linguistics 
- Cognitive Linguistics
- Corpus Linguistics
- Discourse and conversational analyses
- Language maintenance and death 
- Language pedagogy
- Psycholinguistics 
- Sociolinguistics 
- Translation and interpretation
To submit a manuscript

Please refer to the Journal's Instructions for contributors
(http://jml.um.edu.my/submissionrules) before submitting your paper.

A submission with minor corrections as recommended by reviewers is usually
published within six months.

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