Studii si Cercetari Lingvistice
Published/Hosted by Romanian Academy / Academia Române.
The journal Studii si Cercetari Lingvistice (SCL) was founded in 1950 is devoted to the study of the Romanian language: grammar, vocabulary, the literary language and stylistics, the history of Romanian linguistics, dialectology, language refinement, orthography, etymology, onomastics and philology, articles in general linguistics, commentaries, opinions on usage, notes and reviews. It is now published in one volume a year, consisting of 2 issues with a total average number of pages yearly of 232. Under the headline Miscellanea, the journal usually includes debates upon various specific and fairly controversial topics in the field of linguistics. The articles and reviews refer to linguistic books issued in Romania and abroad. The journals in the field are presented under the headline The Review of Journals. The Chronicles testify to scientific conferences in the field, held in Romania and abroad, as well as to the activity of various scientific societies. Studii si Cercetari Lingvistice also welcomes contributions from abroad. Articles are published either in Romanian or in English, French, German. Articles published in Romanian are followed by an abstract in an international language.
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