English Language and Inter-Continental Studies.
International Journal of English and Inter-Continental Studies (IJEIS) is an international peer-reviewed journal run by the European Centre for Excellence, United Kingdom. The journal publishes original research, reviews, case analysis and other material drawn from English language. The scope of the journal includes papers in broad theoretical and methodological contexts which stress theoretically and technologically innovative.
IJES publishes research and analysis in diverse areas, including sociolinguistics, history of English, linguistics, and dialectology, English grammar, Origins of language, Signs & Symbols , Child’s Acquisition of Language, Language Change and History, including Etymology, Word Structure, Sentence Structure, The Notion of Correctness, The Sounds of Language, Transcriptions, Spoken & Written Modes, Discourse Analysis and Unscripted Conversation, Scripted Interview, Prompted Speech, Dialects, Register and Appropriateness, Tenor and Domain, Identifying an unknown text , Specific Domains, Literature & Figurative Language, TV and Radio, Newspapers, Advertising, Propaganda, Rhetoric, Plain English & Gobbledygook, Editing and writing in style, Sexism and Genderlect, Political Correctness, Racism, Research Linguistics: Computational Linguistics, Comparative Linguistics, Contrastive Linguistics, Corpus Linguistics, Dialectology, Discourse Analysis, Etymology, Forensic Linguistics, Grammar, Historical linguistics, Inter-linguistics, Language Didactics, Language learning, Language teaching, Language for Specific Purposes, Lexicology, Linguistic Statistics, Linguistic Typology, Morphology, Neurolinguistics, Orthography, Phonetics, Phonology, Pragmatics, Psycholinguistics, Rhetoric, Semantics, Sociolinguistics, Stylistics, Text Linguistics and other related areas.
The centre also publishes book reviews of potential interest to readers. Papers submitted to this journal must be original and are not considered in any other journals. Publication accepted cross Africa, Antarctica, Asia, Australia, Europe, North America and South America.