|Title:||Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory|
|Publisher:||De Gruyter Mouton|
|Description:||Editor-in-Chief: Stefanie Wulff IMPACT FACTOR 2017: 1.200
Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory (CLLT) is a peer-reviewed journal publishing high-quality original corpus-based research focusing on theoretically relevant issues in all core areas of linguistic research, or other recognized topic areas. It provides a forum for researchers from different theoretical backgrounds and different areas of interest that share a commitment to the systematic and exhaustive analysis of naturally occurring language. Contributions from all theoretical frameworks are welcome but they should be addressed at a general audience and thus be explicit about their assumptions and discovery procedures and provide sufficient theoretical background to be accessible to researchers from different frameworks.
- Papers that develop new corpus-linguistic methods or extensions of existing methods of interest in the context of linguistic theorizing; - Papers that test or evaluate theoretical claims using corpus data and corpus-linguistic methods; - Papers that offer systematic and detailed analyses of individual linguistic phenomena within a theoretical framework; - Papers that compare corpus data to other kinds of empirical data, such as experimental or questionnaire data; - Critical surveys of relevant areas of research; - Squibs (short notes on theoretical issues, short reports of interesting data, or short replies to or rebuttals of previously published articles); - Reviews of new books, corpora, or software packages.
"Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory" is a peer-reviewed journal of international scope.
Two issues per volume