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AILA issues two different publications:

 

The AILA Newsletter (AILA News) was discontinued in 2004 with the establishment of the AILA website. Past issues can be accessed here.

AILA Review

AILA Review is a scholarly journal of AILA. Its first issue appeared in 1984, and from 1989, all Volumes are guest-edited and thematically oriented. Up to Volume 16, the journal was published by AILA itself. From Volume 16 onwards, AILA Review is published by John Benjamins.

AILA Applied Linguistics Series (AALS)

AILA Applied Linguistics Series (AALS) is a book series published under the editorial responsibility of AILA at John Benjamins, Amsterdam.

The International Journal of Applied Linguistics (InJAL) publishes articles that explore the relationship between expertise in linguistics, broadly defined, and the everyday experience of language. Its scope is international in that it welcomes articles which show explicitly how local issues of language use or learning exemplify more global concerns.
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International Journal of Applied Linguistics

The International Journal of Applied Linguistics (InJAL) publishes articles that explore the relationship between expertise in linguistics, broadly defined, and the everyday experience of language. Its scope is international in that it welcomes articles which show explicitly how local issues of language use or learning exemplify more global concerns.

InJAL focusses on "working towards a truly international representation of work in applied linguistics, with equitable participation from different parts of the world" (Editorial 2007, 17/1, 1f.). This means on the one hand putting "particular emphasis on supporting authors and publishing papers from a wide variety of regions and cultures, thereby demonstrating that while the language of this journal is English (...), its concerns are by no means confined to what goes on in English-speaking communities", and on the other hand paying "particular attention in the reviewing process to the requirement that papers from diverse backgrounds make explicit how local issues in applied linguistics exemplify more global concerns". Since the issue 17.1, InJAL has published news from AILA: "InJAL will contribute to making the work of AILA better known to researchers, especially the opportunities this association creates for international networking and collaboration."

The International Journal of Applied Linguistics InJAL is published in co-operation with AILA. In 2007, AILA has given its official endorsement of InJAL. The union will promote the goal of encouraging international scholarship that both the Journal and the Association share. AILA members receive a 20% discount on InJAL.
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  http://www.wiley.com/bw/journal.asp?ref=0802-6106

  • Deadlines for proposals: September 30 of the year before publication.
  • All manuscripts should be addressed to the editors of the respective Volume of AILA Review. All submission letters must specify that the manuscript submitted is not under consideration elsewhere and has not been published elsewhere in this or a substantially similar form.
  • Contributions should be in English. If not written by a native speaker, it is advisable to have the paper checked by a native speaker.
  • No page other than the cover pages should give the author's name. The review of the manuscript will be anonymous.
  • Submit four double-spaced printed copies (preferably 12-point font) in conformance to the style as described in the unabridged submission guidelines for Eurosla proceedings. The length of the manuscript should not exceed 10.000 words. Include author name, title, full mailing address, e-mail address and telephone numbers.
  • An abstract in English should be included. This should not exceed 200 words.
  • For the delivery of the final version, the article should be presented on disk and saved on IBM-PC compatible or Mac disk. Material should be saved in ASCII mode or 'non-document' mode, or 'text-only' mode. It should also be saved as a separate file in the author's normal word-processor format together with a note indicating the name of the word processor used. The format of the disk (PC or Mac) should also be labeled on the disk. An identical hard copy of the manuscript should be included.
  • References in text should be according the style as described in the unabridged submission guidelines for AILA Review.
  • Sample references:
    • Blackmore, S.J. 1982. Beyond the Body. London: Heinemann.
    • Clahsen, H. 1991. Generative Perspectives on Language Acquisition [Language Acquisition & Language Disorders 14]. Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
  • Essential notes (footnotes/endnotes) should be numbered in the text and grouped together at the end of the article. Diagrams and figures should not be any electronic files, for gray scales TIFF format is preferred, for line drawings EPS format.
  • The author of an article will receive page proofs for correction. Corrected page proofs must be returned to the editors by the date specified in the letter accompanying the proofs. This stage must not be used as an opportunity to revise the paper. Because alterations are extremely costly, extensive changes will be charged to the author an may result in the article being placed in a later issue.
  • Authors of articles will receive a complimentary copy of AILA Review in which their articles appear.