The International Journal of Society, Culture & Language (IJSCL) provides perspectives on topics relevant to linguistics and language, anthropology, education, and gender studies. Through its publication, the journal contributes to the development of theory and practice. The journal accepts academically robust papers that contribute to the areas of research.

Papers submitted to the journal are double-blind reviewed by members of the reviewer committee or other suitably qualified readers. The Journal reserves the right to reject papers that, in the view of the editorial board, are either of insufficient quality or are not relevant enough to the subject areas. The editor-in-chief is happy to discuss contributions before submission. The journal publishes work in the categories described below.

a. Research Papers
These may be qualitative or quantitative, empirical or theoretical in nature, and can discuss completed research findings or work in progress.

b. Case Studies
Case studies are welcomed illustrating the interrelatedness of society, culture, and language in practice.

c. Viewpoints
Viewpoints are less academically rigorous articles usually in areas of controversy which will fuel some interesting debate.

d. Conference Reports and Book Reviews
Conference reports or book reviews that can contribute to the advancement of the scope of the journal are encouraged to be submitted for publication.

Topics may include, but are not limited to, the following:  

  • Language in localization/globalization;
  • Critical look at the relationship between language and culture;
  • Language and identity;
  • Foreign and second language education;
  • Cultures across languages;
  • Language policy and practice;
  • Social intervention, language, and multimedia;
  • Intercultural communication in an asymmetrical world;
  • Language and religions;
  • Gender and norms in intercultural studies;
  • Transnational and regional identities and their relationship to cultural and social processes;
  • Language and intergeneration;
  • Sociological approaches in interpreting and translation studies.