Lingua (journal)

Lingua: An International Review of General Linguistics is a peer-reviewed academic journal of general linguistics that was established in 1949 and is published by Elsevier. Its editor-in-chief is Marta Dynel (University of Lodz).

Lingua
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DisciplineGeneral linguistics
LanguageEnglish
Edited byMarta Dynel
Publication details
History1949-present
Publisher
Frequency15/year
Hybrid
0.719 (2020)
Standard abbreviations
ISO 4Lingua
Indexing
ISSN0024-3841
LCCN52036290
OCLC no.1755938
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In October 2015 the editors and editorial board of Lingua resigned en masse to protest their inability to come to an agreement with Elsevier regarding fair pricing models for open access publishing.[1] They subsequently started a new journal, Glossa. Since then, the majority of the linguistics community has supported Glossa and boycotted Lingua.[2]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ van Oostendorp, Marc (October 27, 2015), NEWS: All editors and entire editorial board of Lingua have resigned, bec. agreement with Elsevier about fair Open Access was impossible, Twitter
  2. ^ Baković, Eric (August 17, 2017), More Zombie Lingua shenanigans, Language Log

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