ISSN: 2630-5097(Online)

The persistent evolution of language has always been reflective of society as limits of human intelligence and logical thinking are continuously overcome. Linguistic education thus takes on a critical role in advocating the development of human civilization and culture.

This journal focuses on the scientific and systematic theoretical research of Language. Through the analysis and study of the human instinctual language ability, spoken language, written language and even sign language, the journal aims to provide an understanding of the nature and development of human beings. 

The scope of the papers in this journal includes, but is not limited to:

  • Sociolinguistics
  • Language Acquisition and Education
  • Psycholinguistics and Education
  • Computational Linguistics and development
  • Corpus Linguistics
  • Discourse Analysis
  • Conversational Analysis
  • Linguistic Anthropology and research
  • Language Socialization
  • Narrative Research
  • Gesture/Symbol/Visual Form Communication
  • Language Ideology and development

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Vol 4, No 2 (2021)

Table of Contents


Manping XU, Jiasheng Zhu, Bingjun Ma

Article ID: 4260
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Abstract: Abstract Anchored on Yule’s categories of semantic roles, the present study examined the language of cartoon scripts with Chinese characters in Walt Disney’s Mulan 1 and 2 and DreamWorks’s Kung Fu Panda 1 and 2. Specifically it described the: (1) semantic features of the scripts in terms of semantic roles; and (2)si...
Li Xin

Article ID: 4443
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Abstract: In this study, an evaluation of the presentation of speech acts in six oral English textbooks is conducted from both qualitative and quantitative perspectives to see how speech acts are presented and whether enough and explicit meta-pragmatic and contextual information are provided. Results show that 1) there is a paucity of speech acts and the aver...



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