Scope of the Journal

The editorial board welcomes submissions that provide insights into key issues dealing with the English Language in a region that hosts multicultural/lingual communities and contexts. Our policy is to enable the advancement of knowledge dealing with English Language studies in these communities and contexts by providing a publication avenue for new and insightful multidisciplinary work in the region. The ultimate objective of the journal is to create critical awareness of Ecuador (EC) concerns with all areas of English language Studies. Submissions that draw parallels between regional and global concerns of English Language Studies are also welcome. IJLLC publishes issues in January, March, May, July, September, and November. Please visit the website to have a better idea of the kinds of articles published and the submission guidelines.

The scope of the journal is broad and it includes but not limited to the following topics: 

Linguistics:

Micro Linguistics
Macro linguistics
Applied linguistics
Translation studies
Contrastive analysis
Education field
Language
Cognitive
Anthropology
Psychology
Phonetics
Stylistics
Philosophy of Language
Psycholinguistics
Sociolinguistics
Ethnolinguistic
Phonology
Semiotics
Epigraphy
Paleography
Applied field
Language teaching
Lexicography
Applied phonetics
Applied sociolinguistics
Development of an International Language
Development of Special Language
Medical Linguistics
Graphology
Mekanolinguistik 

Literature:

Literature studies
Poetry
Prose
Essay
Drama
Novel
Philology 

Culture:

Cultural studies
Cross-cultural studies
Art
Politics of language
Religion
Customs
Humanities
Archeology
Physiology
History studies
Tourism