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The Sociolinguistic Journal of Korea (SJK) is a journal of sociolinguistics published by the Sociolinguistic Society of Korea (SSK). The journal is concerned with various aspects of speech, language and language use interacting with social life and includes all empirical or theoretical articles with various approaches on the study of language use in social behavior. The inaugural issue of the journal was published in November, 1993. The Sociolinguistic Journal of Korea is published four times annually in March, June, September and December, including an international issue. The international issue published in June aims to enhance international scholarship and invite contributors and readers from all over the world. The journal also welcomes reviews of current books.
Scope of Research
The Sociolinguistic Journal of Korea invites original works on all branches of sociolinguistics: language variation and change, ethnography of communication, sociology of language, discourse analysis, conversation analysis, dialectology, genderlects, media linguistics, and language learning & education with socio-psychological or soiolinguistic implication. Papers can be critiques on theories, empirical/experimental analysis, or new proposals. Also, The Sociolinguistic Journal of Korea publishes two types of contributions: (1) full-length articles on all subject areas of sociolinguistics; (2) reviews of the current books (not more than 3 years old).
Journal Abbreviation : j. Korea Saf. Manag. Sci.
Frequency : Published three times annually in April, August and December, including an international issue
Doi Prefix : 10.14353/sjk.
Year of Launching : 2013
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