Aims & Scope

Journal of Language and Education (JLE) is a high quality open access peer-reviewed international journal published quarterly by the National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russia. JLE provides a platform for the researchers, academicians, professionals, and practitioners to impart and share knowledge in the form of high quality empirical and theoretical research papers, case studies, papers and book reviews. The journal publishes theoretical, analytical and research articles in the fields of Linguistics, Pedagogical Psychology, Interdisciplinary Linguistic Studies and Methods of Teaching Languages. The journal addresses academics, professionals, and readers interested in innovations in phonetics, lexis, grammar, interdisciplinary linguistic studies and theory and practice of teaching languages.

 

  • Country of Publication: Russian Federation
  • Publisher: National Research University Higher School of Economics
  • Format: Open Access
  • ISSN: 2411-7390
  • Available from: Russian Index of Scientific Citations (RINC)Ciber Leninka
  • Impact Factor: Not Yet Available
  • Frequency: 4 issues per year
  • Publication Dates: March, June, September, December
  • Language: English
  • Scope: Applied Linguistics, Linguistics, & Education
  • Article Processing Charges: No
  • Fees: All publications are free of charge
  • Types of Journal: Academic/Scholarly Journals
  • Open Access: Yes
  • Indexed & Abstracted: Yes
  • Policy: Peer-reviewed
  • Publication Ethics: Editorial Ethics Policy
  • Review Time: Eight Weeks Approximately
  • Contact & Submission e-mail: jle@hse.ru
 
JLE Statistics
1. Articles Received in 2015: [291], Rejected: [257], Accepted: [34], Published: [34], Retracted: [0]
2. Articles Received in 2016: [343], Rejected: [309], Accepted: [34], Published: [34], Retracted: [0]

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  4. The Role of English as a Medium of Instruction in Reshaping Bahraini Senior Teachers’ Perceptions of Their Roles as Middle Leadership in their Schools
  5. Lexical Representation of Knowledge about a Human Being in English
  1. Self-Regulation Skills: Several Ways of Helping Students Develop Self-Regulated Learning
  2. Linguistic Approaches in Teaching History of Science and Technology Courses through a Content Block on Cognitive Sciences
  3. Investigating the Gap between L2 Grammar Textbooks and Authentic Speech: Corpus-Based Comparisons of Reported Speech
  4. Barack Obama and modern American caricature
  5. Slovak language of Roma children: Mother tongue or second language