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From:Francisco Moreno-Fernández francisco.moreno at uah.es
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Full Title: Lengua y Migraci�n 

Linguistic Field(s): Sociolinguistics 

Lengua y Migraci�n / Language and Migration is a journal born for the analysis of the linguistic realities, emergent from the migratory situations - situations of displacement of a population from one place to another. The objective of this publication is to pay attention, in a transverse way, to any aspect of the human migrations related to languages implied in it and the communicative habits of people and societies affected by migrations. The works are published in English and Spanish and are destined for consultation by the international scientific community.

This journal tries to gather original, theoretical, empirical, and methodological articles analyzing the linguistic and communicative reality of immigration in the reception communities, taking care of the social and linguistic elements that appear in the sociolinguistic integration development, including the processes of second languages acquisition by immigrants. We are interested in sociolinguistic and sociological phenomena related to migratory processes in any region or community around the world, as well as in those processes implying speakers of different languages or even the same language.

Linguistic specialties analyzed in Lengua y Migraci�n / Language and Migration are very diverse: articles about sociolinguistics and sociology of the language are welcomed, studies of theoretical or descriptive linguistics, pragmatics, discourse analyses, conversational analyses, ethno and anthropo-linguistics, and also other matters interested in the use of the language in migration contexts. Articles interested in language learning and teaching, contrastive linguistics, and language contact in those same contexts are of a special interest for us. In the same way, this journal leaves space for intercultural and cross-cultural analyses as long as they have migrations as their study object.

This journal is referenced by CIRC, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cient�ficas - CCHS, Dialnet, DULCINEA, e-Revistas, GERES, ISOC, Latindex, L-DICE (CINDOC), Linguistic Abstracts Online (LABO), Linguist List, Matriu d'Informaci� per a la Avaluaci�n de Revistes (MIAR), MLA International Bibliography, Observartoire Europeen de Plurilinguisme, Portal del hispanismo (Instituto Cervantes), Red Europea de Informaci�n y Documentaci�n sobre Am�rica Latina (REDIAL), Revistas Espa�olas de Ciencias Sociales y Humanas (RESH), SHERPA/RoMEO, Todoele.net, Ulrich's Periodicals Directory, Uni�n de Editoriales Universitarias Espa�olas, WorldCat, Zeitschriftendatenbank (ZBD).

Manuscript Submissions: Submissions should follow the style sheet outline on our web page and may be in either English or Spanish. All editorial correspondence should be sent to:
Francisco Moreno-Fern�ndez: lengua.migracio at uah.es.

For its final publication, papers are submitted to the report of two anonymous external reviewers (peer review system), who may be three in case of disagreement.

For more information, please, visit our website at http://lym.linguas.net

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