Journal of Chinese Linguistics
J Chin Ling
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Journal of Chinese Linguistics (JCL) is an academic journal, which comprises research content from both general linguistics and Chinese linguistics. It is edited by a distinguished editorial board of international expertise. There are two publications: Journal of Chinese Linguistics (JCL) and Journal of Chinese Linguistics Monograph Series (JCLMS). JCL and JCLMS articles published from 1973 to present have covered many aspects of the Chinese language. The authors explore a variety of general linguistic areas such as phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, grammar, semantics, pragmatics; applied linguistics such as historical linguistics, comparative linguistics, computational linguistics, psycholinquistics, sociolinguistics and more. Across academic disciplines, authors have also investigated languages in contact, language change, language families, and Chinese writing systems, as well. The factors of history, culture, psychology, politics and social changes have also been intuitively blended in with scientific research processes in the papers. Research methods include experimental, comparative, as well as historical document review, linguistic reconstruction and many case studies. The research endeavors, conducted by scientific research methods, publish their results in JCL either in English or Chinese with abstracts in both languages. For more than 35 years, the Journal has proved itself to be a publication with distinguished history, vision, achievements, and innovative spirit. JCL’s well-established influence as a leading international journal in its field is attested by its inclusion by both SSCI and AHCI since 1980. We welcome all scholars whose research involves issues in the theory of language and in exploration and description of Chinese language to contribute to JCL.
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