Issues in Applied Linguistics is a refereed journal managed by scholars in the field of applied linguistics and is sponsored by UCLA and Cal State LA. We publish articles, book reviews, and interviews with notable scholars.
Our aim is to publish outstanding research from faculty, independent researchers, and graduate students in the broad areas of second language acquisition, language socialization, language processing, language assessment, language pedagogy, language policy, and that make use of the following research frameworks and methodologies (but not limited to): discourse analysis, conversation analysis, critical discourse analysis, critical race theory, and psychophysiology.
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- The first page must also include an abstract of the article with up to 150 words
- Aside from the cover sheet, the author's name should not appear on the manuscript itself
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