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International Journal of Language Studies

A Quarterly Journal of Applied Linguistics

ISSN: 2157-4898 | eISSN: 2157-4901

Sherpa/RoMEO Color: Yellow

 

Editor: Mohammad A. Salmani Nodoushan

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Impact Factor (IF): NA

Five-Year Impact Factor: NA

Source Normalized Impact per Paper (SNIP): NA

SCImago Journal Rank (SJR): NA

 

This journal is peer reviewed and indexed in: ERA, LB, IBZ, LLBA & more


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  1. Based on Sherpa/RoMEO colour classifications, IJLS is a yellow journal, so authors are allowed to archive ONLY their pre-prints (i.e., their own drafts--drafts prepared prior to initial submission to IJLS), but NOT the post-prints or IJLS PDF versions of their works. If authors still wish to archive the post-prints or IJLS PDF versions of their works in online open-access repositories, they should see our Yellow Open Access Policy.
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