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LANGUAGE AND LINGUISTICS is an international journal which has been included in the A&HCI, Bibliographie linguistique/Linguistic bibliography, LLBA, MLA, SCOPUS, and SSCI citation indexes. It publishes research in general or theoretical linguistics. Its areas of interest include the languages of East Asia and the Pacific Region, thus compassing (inter alia) Sino-Tibetan, Austronesian, Austroasiatic and Altaic language families. Contributions may be in the form of original research papers and article/book reviews.
LANGUAGE AND LINGUISTICS publishes six issues per year, four in English (January, April, July, and October) and two in Chinese (January and July). There are no restrictions on regular submission, although manuscripts in English are preferred. The journal does not accept papers that have already been published, or are being simultaneously submitted to other publications. Submissions must be typed, using Microsoft Word 6.0 (or later version). In principle, English-language manuscripts should be kept to within thirty single-spaced pages, and Chinese-language manuscripts (typed using the “Big 5” input mode) should be kept to within 25,000 characters. Authors are encouraged to keep specialized formatting to a minimum. Upon receipt, a manuscript is immediately sent out for review. Manuscripts should be submitted by electronic file in Traditional Chinese (not to exceed 25,000 words) or in English (single-spaced and within 30 pages) with specialized formatting kept to a minimum. Authors should submit two pdf files (with fonts embedded) - the paper and abstract both anonymous, i.e. without information regarding the name(s), affiliation(s) and contact information of the author(s)- to the online submission system.
Authors need not worry about their initial submissions conforming to the style sheet. Once a manuscript is accepted for publication, authors must submit revised versions prepared in strict accordance with the LANGUAGE AND LINGUISTICS style sheet. The LANGUAGE AND LINGUISTICS style sheet is generally the same as for the journal LANGUAGE, with the following modifications.
  • Begin article sections with “1” (not zero). Examples, figures and tables should each be numbered separately. Order the sections as follows:
    1.
    1.1
    1.1.1
  • Order examples like this:
    (1)
    (2) a.
    a′. (Use the “straight” quote ['] rather than a “smart” quote [‘] or [’] to indicate “prime”.)
    Assign consecutive numbers to examples throughout the document; do not renumber from “(1)” for each section of the article.
  • Use footnotes (not endnotes). An asterisk (*) at the end of the article title will refer to a footnote for acknowledgments; thereafter, all footnotes will be in an uninterrupted, numeric sequence, beginning with “1”.
  • Times New Roman is the working font for journal articles, with italic and bold styles reserved for special marking. A proliferation of fonts in a document is discouraged. Phonetic transcription must be in a Unicode font (e.g. SILDoulos, IPAPANNEW, STEDTU).
  • Citation formats:
    As part of a running text: author (year), or author (year:page)
    E.g., Smith (1984), Jones (1999:123)
    As a parenthetic note: (author year), or (author year:page)
    E.g., (Smith 1984), (Jones 1999:123)
    In general, avoid using titles, such as Dr., Professor, or Chairman.
  • Sample references:
    Journal
    Abney, Steven P., & Mark Johnson. 1991. Memory requirements and local ambiguities of parsing strategies. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research 20.3: 233‒250.
    Blust, Robert A. 1999. Notes on Pazeh phonology and morphology. Oceanic Linguistics 38.2:321–365.
    Sun, Jackson T.-S. (孫天心). 2006. Jiarongyu dongci de paisheng xingtai 嘉戎語動詞的派生形態 [The verbal morphology in rGyalrong language]. Minzu Yuwen 民族語文 [Minority Languages of China] 2006.4:3‒14.
    Wei, Pei-chuan (魏培泉). 2000. Shuo Zhonggu Hanyu de shicheng jiegou 說中古漢語的使成結構 [The causative constructions in Middle Chinese]. Bulletin of the Institute of History and Philology Academia Sinica 71.4:807‒856.

    Book
    Chomsky, Noam. 1965. Aspects of the Theory of Syntax. Cambridge: MIT Press.
    Li, Fang-Kuei. 1993[1943]. Mohua Jilue [Notes on the Mak Language]. Taipei: Institute of History and Philology Academia Sinica.
    Van Valin, Robert D. Jr. (ed.) 1993. Advances in Role and Reference Grammar. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
    Wang, Li (王力). 1985. Hanyu Yuyinshi 漢語語音史 [A History of Chinese Phonetics]. Beijing: China Social Sciences Press.

    Article in edited volume
    Hopper, Paul J. 2011. Emergent grammar and temporality in interactional linguistics. Constructions: Emerging and Emergent, ed. by Peter Auer & Stefan Pfänder, 22‒44. Berlin: De Gruyter.
    Chung, Raung-fu (鍾榮富). 2012. Taiwan nanbu Kejiahua fenlei de yuyin zhibiao 台灣南部客家話分類的語音指標 [Phonological indicators for the classification of Liudui Hakka]. Yuyan Shikong Bianyi Weiguan 語言時空變異微觀 [Micro Views of Language Variation in Time and Space], ed. by Chin-Chuan Cheng, 1‒27. Taipei: Institute of Linguistics, Academia Sinica.
    Tang, Sze-Wing (鄧思穎). 2009. Hanyu fangyan kongyulei de canshu fenxi 漢語方言空語類的參數分析 [A parametric analysis of empty categories in Chinese dialects]. Yuyanxue Luncong 語言學論叢 [Essays on Linguistics] 39:328‒339. Beijing: The Commercial Press.

    Thesis/dissertation
    Babyonyshev, Maria. 1996. Structural Connections in Syntax and Parsing: Studies in Russian and Japanese. Cambridge: MIT dissertation.
    Konnerth, Linda. 2009. The Nominalizing Prefix *gV- in Tibeto-Burman. Eugene: University of Oregon MA thesis.

    Conference paper
    Gibson, Edward, & Kara Ko. 1998. An integration-based theory of computational resources in sentence comprehension. Paper presented at the 4th Architectures and Mechanisms in Language Processing Conference, September 24‒26, 1998. Freiburg: University of Freiburg.
    Michelbacher, Lukas, Stefan Evert, & Hinrich Schütze. 2007. Asymmetric association measures. Paper presented at the International Conference on Recent Advances in Natural Language Processing (RANLP 2007), September 27–29, 2007. Borovets, Bulgaria.

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