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Linguistics

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Find the perfect home for your research. This portfolio consists of notably indexed, peer-reviewed, fully open access journals and hybrid journals, where you can choose to publish open access or not; aiming to serve the academic research community and practitioner community.

The below journals have various specialties in language, linguistics, and translation studies. We take pride in publishing an extensive portfolio of 54 Linguistics journals. The list below is a great place to start your search to find the journal that best suits your work.

Journal of Multilingual & Multicultural Development
The Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development publishes on sociology and social psychology of language, and language and cultural policy.
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Language and Intercultural Communication
Publishes interdisciplinary research on the interplay between language and intercultural communication, particularly within linguistics and language learning.
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Perspectives
Publishes papers that explore issues concerning language and cultural mediation, including literary, technical and scientific translation and interpreting.
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Critical Discourse Studies
Publishes critical research that advances our understanding of how discourse figures in social processes, social structures and social change.
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Translation Studies
Publishes research exploring the historical, social, institutional and cultural facets of translation, extending its methodologies and conceptual frameworks.
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There are many more Open Select publishing options for your Linguistics research.

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