Globe: A Journal of Language, Culture and Communication, or Globe for short, is an interdisciplinary peer-reviewed journal which seeks to publish original quality research articles in language, linguistics, and communication studies. Globe is an open source journal providing free access to its contents; also Globe does not impose any form of fee or charge on authors who publish in it.
Globe is published at least once a year, and a standard issue consists of a thematic section (whose articles address a specific theme or framework in language and/or communiction) and an open section. In addition, there is a section for reviews of relevant scientific monographs.
EXTENDED CALL FOR PAPERS – THEMATIC SECTION: PLACES AND (DIS)PLACEMENT
The thematic section of the fifth issue focuses on the notions of place and (dis)placement in language understood in a broad sense. We thus invite contributions dealing with all aspects within this area, such as, but not limited to, the following:
- Placement understood in terms of stance and how that is discursively constructed
- Places in syntactic structures
- Displaced peoples and their language use, e.g. code-switching, L1/L2 transfer, socio-psychological aspects of language use
Theoretical papers on different aspects of places and (dis)placement are also welcome.
Extended deadline for contribution to the fifth issue: 17 February 2016
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