About the Journal
Journal of Critical Studies in Language and Literature publishes theoretical, empirical and experimental research that aims to make a contribution to our understanding of style and its effects on readers. JCSLL welcomes the work of critics, scholars, theorists, and literary historians from around the world.
Highlighting theoretically and technologically innovative scholarship, JCSLL provides in-depth research and analysis in a variety of areas, including history of English, corpus linguistics, sociolinguistics, and dialectology, translations studies, and comparative literature.
Interdisciplinary approaches to the interpretation of literature - such as philosophy and literature or religion and literature or literature and law - can also be experiments in translation between different vocabularies and conceptualities as well as in linguistics. The aim is thus to explore language, literature, and translation in its various critical dimensions.JCSLL publishes papers on issues related to linguistics, literature and translation, including:
Language Teaching/Learning and Literacy Practices
Literature and Media
Translation and Globalisation
Literature in Translation
Translation in Literature
Interdisciplinary Approaches in Language, Literature, and Translation
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JCSLL uses double-blind system: the reviewers' identities remain anonymous to authors. The paper will be peer-reviewed by three experts; one is editor-in-chief and the other two are internal editors and external reviewers.
- Peer Review / Responsibility for the Reviewers
As an editor or a reviewer you are requested to find out about the originality of the manuscript you are urged to review. Therefore, it is recommended that you also see the Author Guidelines and Polices page to see which points authors should take into consideration prior to submission of their papers for the publication.
Although reviewed articles are treated confidentially, reviewers’ judgments should be objective. Reviewers should have no conflict of interest with respect to the research, the authors and/or the research funders, and reviewers should point out relevant published work which is not yet cited.
- Editorial Responsibilities
Editors have complete responsibility and authority to reject/accept an article. Editors should have no conflict of interest with respect to articles they reject/accept, only accept a paper when reasonably certain, when errors are found, promote publication of correction or retraction, and preserve anonymity of reviewers.
- Review Guidelines
JCSLL highly appreciates your kind support by agreeing to review an article for our journal. Before they consent to evaluate any paper, the reviewers are requested to consider a number of points. First, if the paper is not in your area of research interest and expertise, please inform the editor and feel free to refuse to review it. Second, if you have no free time to evaluate the paper before the deadline, kindly inform the editor. Third, in case of any conflicts of interest, the reviewer’s acknowledgement can be very useful in our final decision. Therefore, if by any chance you have read the paper before or happen to know the authors, please inform the editor about this.
Kindly make sure you review the paper confidentially. Please avoid contacting the authors. In addition, should you feel the need to ask a third party for their comments, please make sure to inform the managing editor in advance.
Before they are sent to reviewers, all JCSLL papers are previewed by our editor-in-chief. The papers are also checked for their originality using the turn-it-in software. However to our experience, there have been cases of plagiarism which the software has failed to detect. If you doubt the originality of any part(s) of the work you are reviewing, please inform the editor. In addition, if you suspect the accuracy or truth of any part(s) of the work under review, make sure to inform the editor about it.
JCSLL reviewers are requested to evaluate the articles based on a number of evaluative criteria available in the Review Form, including the clarity, quality, thoroughness, relevance, significance, and soundness of the works. The reviewers score each of these criteria from 5 to 1 (with 5 signifying ‘excellent’ and 1 ‘extremely weak’), based on the quality of the work. Reviewers are also most welcome to leave comments in the manuscript itself. These comments are very valuable for the professional development of any authors and will unquestionably help them improve their work.
Reviewers may also add their comments in the second section of the Review Form. Having reviewed the paper, the reviewer is requested to make any of the following decisions:
- Accept as it is
- Accept with minor revisions
- Accept with major revisions
- Send me the revised paper
This decision should be based on the merits and demerits of the work under review.
JCSLL papers are proofread before they are published, and the reviewers are by no means obliged to correct or mark language errors or typos. However, if the reviewers detect such cases, they are most welcome to highlight them.
JCSLL corresponds with its reviewers only through email; therefore, you are requested to email your report and in-text comments (if any) to the JCSLL editor-in-chief.
Reviewing is undoubtedly an invaluable and noble act that cannot be compensated by any means. However, JCSLL hopes to return this favour, at least in part, by occasional discounts for its reviewers if they wish to publish their works with us.
JCSLL Managing Editor is not involved in editorials decisions.
JCSLL is currently published in January, March, May, July, October, November.
This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.
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