This journal takes an ecumenical approach to the different schools, methodological principles or research orientations within sociolinguistic research and also accepts contributions from related fields such as pragmatics, discourse analysis, conversational analysis, interactional linguistics, language acquisition and socialization, linguistic anthropology, ethnomethodology and the ethnography of communication. Papers may examine any issue in sociolinguistic research and occasionally papers are accepted for publication in Spanish, Galician, Portuguese or French (90% of the contents are in English). 

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Vol. 13 No. 2-4 (2019): Special Issue: African anthroponyms: Sociolinguistic currents and anthropological reflections

Guest Editors: Eyo Mensah and Kirsty Rowan

Published: 2020-02-20



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