The International Journal of Language and Cultural (TIJOLAC), US ISSN 2691-4727, is a double-blind peer-reviewed journal that explores the interrelationship between language and everything related to habits, beliefs, politics, and traditions of certain people. The journal is open-access and multidisciplinary in the scope of language and culture. It seeks to provide a forum for researchers interested in the interaction between language and culture across several disciplines, including linguistics, applied linguistics, politics, arts, education, anthropology, psychology, and cognitive science. The journal publishes high-quality, and original reviewed articles that may be theoretical or empirical presented that advance our understanding of the intricate relationship between language and culture. TIJOLAC is published twice a year, namely in March and September.
For more specific, topics of interest to TIJOLAC include, but are not limited to the following:
- Culture and the structure of language
- Language, culture, and conceptualisation
- Language, culture, and politeness
- Language, culture, and emotion
- Culture and language development
- Language, culture, and communication
- Language and Ideology
- Language and Politics
- Language Teaching
- Applied Linguistics
- Cultural Studies
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