Editorial Policies

Focus and Scope

The Brazilian Journal of Applied Linguistics, a non-profitable publication, is a peer-reviewed quarterly journal with the mission to encourage research in the field of Applied Linguistics. Founded in 2001, the journal welcomes articles that address the many complex phenomena of language-related real life problems, concerning language use in different contexts or language learning. The journal also publishes two issues a year focus on a specific theme in the field. The journal is sponsored by UFMG Program of Linguistics Studies (POSLIN) and the research agencies CNPq and FAPEMIG.

Authors are not charged for publication.

 

Section Policies

Apresentação

O Editor apresenta o volume em publicação.

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Artigos - Número Geral

Artigos originais, de mestres e doutores, que tratam dos muitos fenômenos relacionados a problemas de linguagem da vida real relacionados à língua em uso em contextos diversos ou à aprendizagem.

Editors
  • Setor de Publicações
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Número temático - Distance language teaching - lançamento em 2016

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Número temático - Estudos sobre multimodalidade - lançamento em 2016

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Número temático - Theories and practices in Critcal Language Teaching - lançamento em 2018

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Número temático - Protagonismo na linguagem - lançamento em 2017

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Número temático - Innovation and Epistemological challenges in Applied Linguistics - lançamento em 2017

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Número temático - Letramentos acadêmicos - lançamento em 2018

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Publication Ethics and Malpractice Statement

The Revista Brasileira de Linguística Aplicada follows the Committee of Publications Ethics (COPE) - Guidelines. It does not accept any unethical behavior and does not tolerate any form of plagiarism.

All manuscripts should be accompanied by a signed statement that the article is original and has not been published in another journal or book, nor is it being considered for publication elsewhere.

Authorship should be limited to those who have made a significant contribution to the research design, data interpretation and development of the article. All contributors who do not meet the criteria for authorship should be listed in an acknowledgments section

Authors must have permission from research participants to disclose data produced by them even when anonymity is granted.

Articles which originate from thesis and dissertations must make it explicit in order to avoid self-plagiarism. Supervisors must not be included as co-authors in order to obey Brazilian copywriting legislation (Law 9.610, Feb. 19, 1998. Art. 15: § 1º). Supervisors’ names should appear in a footnote on the first page.

Articles submitted to the journal will be treated as confidential documents. The editors coordinate the blind review process and the submitted articles will be sent to reviewers from different institutions.