Working Papers in Language Pedagogy
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Working Papers in Language Pedagogy- Volume 12 is to appear in the winter of 2018.
We are now calling for papers for WoPaLP 12 reporting on the findings of either empirical or theoretical research in language pedagogy and applied linguistics.
Submission requirements for research articles:
Publication of a paper at Working Papers in Language Pedagogy – as the name of the volume also suggests – does not exclude the publication of a later version of the paper elsewhere. All papers published in the volume are to go through the review procedure. To facilitate this process, authors should ensure that all submissions are anonymized: the author’s name and institutional affiliation should appear on a detachable cover sheet. References to the author's earlier publications should be referred to in the text as: (author's publication, undisclosed) and not at all in the references.
Papers will be assessed on the basis of
Articles submitted to the volume should normally be between 5000 and 8000 words, and should be accompanied by an abstract not exceeding 200 words and five key words. Authors are to include a word count with their submission. Please send an electronic version of your initial submission to the editors (firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com).
Submission is continuous, but the latest deadline for Volume 12 is February 15, 2018.
Please fill in, sign and attach this Submision Form upon submitting an article.
If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us.
We wish you a lot of success with your work and look forward to your contributions.
We invite authors and publishers to contact us by email to notify us of a book they would like to have reviewed. We do not accept unsolicited reviews. Reviewers will be given review guidelines.
Dorottya Holló and Krisztina Károly
Editors of Working Papers in Language Pedagogy
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