Journal of Language and Linguistic Studies

Journal of Language and Linguistics Studies (JLLS) is a professional, double blind peer-reviewed international journal that aims to involve scholars not only from Turkey, but also from all international academic and professional community. The journal provides a platform for different theoretical and thematic approaches to linguistics and language teaching.


We accept only manuscripts written in English. The editors seek manuscripts that:

  • develop theoretical, conceptual, or methodological approaches to language and linguistics,
  • present results of empirical research that advance the understanding of language and linguistics,
  • explore innovative policies and programs and describe and evaluate strategies for future action, and
  • analyze issues of current interest.

Authors are always welcome to submit their manuscripts for publication consideration.


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Journal of Language and Linguistic Studies is accepting submissions for the upcoming issues. If accepted, manuscripts will undergo the Journal's peer-review process and published on the nearest upcoming issue.

Journal of Language and Linguistic Studies employs a double-blind peer review system in which reviewers and authors remain anonymous throughout the process. Through the peer review, the journal strives to ensure that only sound scientific or professional contributions are published as well as to grant a fair procedure for all submission.

 
Posted: 2014-02-10
 

TUBITAK ULAKBIM Social Sciences and Humanities Database (SSHD)

 
In June 2013, Journal of Language and Linguistic Studies was accepted for inclusion inTUBITAK ULAKBIM Social Sciences and Humanities Database (SSHD). Therefore, the articles which have been published since 2012 are included in UVT (National Database). For further information, click here. To access the national database, click here (Turkish.)  
Posted: 2013-06-13
 
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Vol 10, No 1 (2014): Journal of Language and Linguistic Studies

Table of Contents

Articles

Speaking anxiety among Turkish EFL learners: The case at a state university PDF
Gökhan Öztürk, Nurdan Gürbüz 1-17
Assessing ESL students' pronunciation in the Pakistani context PDF
Muhammad Javed, Atezaz Ahmad 19-30
Code-switching in EFL classrooms and the perceptions of the students and teachers PDF
Secil Horasan 31-45
Dereceli karşıt anlamlılarda belirtisizlik ve ölçek yapısı PDF
Soner Akşehirli 47-66
Similar and unique in the family: How to raise children (Using examples of Turkish and Georgian proverbs relating to children) PDF
Manana Rusieshvili-Cartledge, Halis Gözpınar 67-77
The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages: Insights for language testing PDF
Paşa Tevfik Cephe, Elif Tuğba Toprak 79-88
Yabancılara Türkçe kelime öğretiminde market broşürlerinden yararlanma PDF
Yusuf Doğan 89-98
Foreign language learners’ views on the importance of learning the target language pronunciation PDF
İsmail Çakır, Birtan Baytar 99-110
Teaching Short Stories to Students of English as a Foreign Language (EFL) at Tertiary Level PDF
Anna Wing Bo Tso 111-117
A cross-sectional study of Iranian EFL learners' polite and impolite apologies PDF
Seyyed Hatam Tamimi Sa’d, Mohammad Mohammadi 119-136
Investigating the Relationship between the Washback Effect of IELTS Test and Iranian IELTS Candidates’ Life Skills PDF
Daniel Ghamarian, Khalil Motallebzadeh, Mohammad Ali Fatemi 137-152
Dysprosody in aphasia: An acoustic analysis evidence from Palestinian Arabic PDF
Hisham Adam 153-162
Rodos’taki Türkçe-Yunanca ikidilli konuşucuların Türkçesinde Yunancanın etkisi PDF
Aytac Celtek 163-177
Türkçe yeşil renk adının biçim, anlam ve kavram alanına tarihsel bir bakış PDF
Nesrin Bayraktar 179-193
Recurrent phrases in Turkish EFL learners’ spoken interlanguage: A corpus-driven structural and functional analysis PDF
Aysel Şahin Kızıl, Abdurrahman Kilimci 195-210
Implementation of corrective feedback in an English as a foreign language classroom through dynamic assessment PDF
Mansoor Tavakoli, Marzieh Nezakat-Alhossaini 211-232