Theory and Practice in Language Studies (TPLS) is a
peer-reviewed international journal dedicated to promoting scholarly
exchange among teachers and researchers in the field of language
studies. The journal is published monthly by
Publication. TPLS was started in 2011.
TPLS carries original, full-length articles and short
research notes that reflect the latest developments and advances in
both theoretical and practical aspects of language teaching and
learning. We particularly encourage articles that share an
interdisciplinary orientation, articles that bridge the gap between
theory and practice, and articles in new and emerging areas of
research that reflect the challenges faced today.
Areas of interest include: language education, language
teaching methodologies, language acquisition, bilingualism,
literacy, language representation, language assessment, language
education policies, applied linguistics, as well as language studies
and other related disciplines: psychology, linguistics, pragmatics,
cognitive science, neuroscience, ethnography, sociolinguistics,
sociology, and anthropology, literature, phonetics, phonology, and
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Theory and Practice in Language Studies (TPLS, ISSN 1799-2591)
is published one volume with 12 issues a year from 2011.
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