ISSN 2520-2073 | 2521-442X

AIMS AND SCOPE

TLC is a peer-reviewed research journal that aims to promote and disseminate research spanning the spectrum of language, linguistics, education and culture studies with a special focus on professional communication and professional discourse.

Aims and Scope

Training, Language and Culture (TLC) is a peer-reviewed research journal that aims to promote and disseminate research spanning the spectrum of language, linguistics, education and culture studies with a special focus on professional communication and professional discourse. Editorial Board of Training, Language and Culture invites original research and book reviews covering issues of relevance for the scientific and professional communities.


Focus Areas

Training, Language and Culture covers the following areas of scholarly interest:

  • theoretical and practical perspectives in language and linguistics;
  • culture studies;
  • interpersonal and intercultural professional communication;
  • language and culture teaching and training, including techniques and technology, testing and assessment.

Publisher

Training, Language and Culture is published by Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia (RUDN University, Russia, Moscow).


Journal Mission

Training, Language and Culture is a peer-reviewed research publication which provides online access to studies examining how languages are structured, how meanings are formed and transmitted in different cultural and communicative settings, and how these and other aspects of language functioning are taught. These processes are dynamic in nature, as languages and cultures are evolving and changing in the context of various global phenomena and events. TLC is intended to represent this dynamism, provide a platform for publication of insightful studies on relevant issues, and promote their implementation in teaching practices, professional communication and professional discourse research. The journal is addressed to and accepts manuscripts of scientists and practitioners engaged in research in the following specialties: (1) languages of the peoples of foreign countries; (2) theoretical, applied and comparative linguistics; (3) theory and methodology of training and education.

Submission Guidelines

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