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International Journal of Language Studies

A Quarterly Journal of Applied Linguistics

ISSN: 2157-4898 | eISSN: 2157-4901

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Editor: Mohammad A. Salmani Nodoushan

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Volume 16 - 2022
Volume 15 - 2021
Volume 14 - 2020
  • Issue 4 - Issues in English Language Teaching in Indonesia (Part 2) (Guest editors: Yunisrina Qismullah Yusuf & Monica Karlsson)
  • Issue 3 - Issues in English Language Teaching in Indonesia (Part 1) (Guest editors: Yunisrina Qismullah Yusuf & Monica Karlsson)
  • Issue 2
  • Issue 1
Volume 13 - 2019
Volume 12 - 2018
Volume 11 - 2017
  • Issue 4 - Special Issue on English for Specific Purposes: Redefining the State of the Art (Part 2)
  • Issue 3 - Special Issue on English for Specific Purposes: Redefining the State of the Art (Part 1)
  • Issue 2
  • Issue 1
Volume 10 - 2016
  • Issue 4
  • Issue 3 - Special Issue on Systemic Functional Linguistics and Education
  • Issue 2 - Special Issue on Systemic Functional Linguistics and (Critical) Discourse Analysis
  • Issue 1
Volume 09 - 2015
Volume 08 - 2014
Volume 07 - 2013
Volume 06 - 2012
Volume 05 - 2011
Volume 04 - 2010
Volume 03 - 2009
Volume 02 - 2008
Volume 01 - 2007

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NOTE: The first three volumes of this journal were published with the old title Iranian Journal of Language Studies (ISSN: 1735-5184; eISSN: 1735-7047) at the University of Zanjan, Iran. The old title was discontinued, the new title was launched in the United States of America (beginning with Volume 4, Number 1, January 2010), and it has received its new ISSN and eISSN numbers from the Library of Congress.

NOTE: To join in the fight against climate change and global warming, we have stopped the just-in-case print version of the journal beginning with Volume 14, Number 3. Nevertheless, published authors (and interested readers) may request to receive the digital-print-ready inside and cover of each journal issue which they can then deliver to the nearest digital-print shop in their neighborhoods and have published in just-in-time print format. We hope this small step can save at least some trees and help to fight climate change.

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