scope

Scope

E3L (English Language, Linguistics and Literature)

 

Global Language Review - GLR, is a double blind peer review journal, published quarterly, by Humanity Research Council (HRC), a sub-body of Humanity Development Society(HDS). Authors are encouraged to submit complete unpublished and original works, which are not under review by any other journal. The Scope of the journal include the following areas:

 

1.     Linguistics Studies

1.     Sociolinguistics

2.     Psycholinguistics

3.     Anthropological Linguistics

4.     Applied Linguistics

5.     Computational Linguistics

6.     Corpus Linguistics

7.     Critical Theories

8.     Discourse Analysis

9.     Visionary Discourse

10.  Literary Discourse

11.  English Globalization Stylistics

12.  Syntax

13.  Semantics

14.  Phonetics

15.  Morphology

16.  Phonology

17.  Economics of Language

18.  Language and Law

19.  Language Policy and Planning

20.  Sociology of Language

21.  Philosophy of Language

 

2.     English Language

1.     English Language Testing and Assessment

2.     English Speaking Culture

3.     Gender Studies in Language

4.     Second Language Acquisition

5.     Culture and Identity

6.     Language and Power

7.     Multilingualism

8.     Bilingualism

9.     Pragmatics

10.  EMI (English as a medium of instruction) Studies

11.  English Language in Education

 

3.     Literature Studies

1.     Medieval Literature

2.     The Renaissance and Elizabethan Periods

3.     The age of Neo-Classicism

4.     The Victorian Age

5.     The Romantic Age

6.     World literature

7.     American literature

8.     South Asian literature

9.     Afro-American Literature

10.  Emerging form of Literature

11.  Literature and Media

12.  Literary Criticism

13.  Literature Studies

14.  Comparative Literature

15.  Interdisciplinary Approach in Literature

16.  History of English Literature

17.  19th century Realism to contemporary times

 

4.     English Language Teaching

1.     Communicative Language

2.     English Teaching and Learning

3.     Syllabus Design and Curriculum Development

4.     English Teaching Methodologies

 

5.     Translational Studies

1.     Translational Theories

 

6.     English Grammar

1.     Pedagogical Grammar

2.     Lexical Studies

3.     Grammar Theories

 

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