Discourse and Interaction
Discourse and Interaction is a peer-reviewed linguistics journal founded in 2008. The journal is committed to present the outcomes of current research into aspects of negotiation of meaning in English language discourse and related stylistic and socio-pragmatic variation. The study of discourse and interaction is understood as research into language with relevance to real-world problems and its aim is to reveal the stylistic diversity, non-homogeneity, and socio-pragmatic variety of language as these should be reflected in the teaching of English in academic settings.
The journal invites contributions in the fields of:
- discourse analysis
- applied linguistics
The journal has adopted ‘double-blind’ peer-reviewing procedures, which guarantees anonymity for both authors and reviewers. All manuscripts sent to Discourse and Interaction are first reviewed by the editors as to their suitability; then, they are sent to two reviewers who send back their comments with a recommendation to accept, suggest rewriting and resubmission, or reject.
All submitted manuscripts should be new, original and not published previously; it is the sole responsibility of the authors that their manuscripts shall not contain any plagiarized or improperly attributed materials.
The journal is indexed in SCOPUS and ERIH PLUS.
Publication in Discourse and Interaction is free of charge.