About the Journal
Langua: Journal of Linguistics, Language, and Education is a Sinta-accredited, peer-reviewed journal dedicated to disseminating scientific research that delves into the pedagogy and acquisition of English as a second and/or foreign language. Our journal offers open access publication. We release two issues annually, in April and October, with the review process occurring in December and June. The types of articles we accept include original research articles and systematic literature reviews.
Langua is indexed in prestigious databases such as Sinta, Index Copernicus, Garuda, and Google Scholar.
This issue explores a diverse array of linguistic phenomena and insights. From language education and sociolinguistics to film linguistics and literary analysis, these articles contribute to the rich tapestry of linguistic knowledge. Delve into the dynamics of project-based learning in EFL classrooms, the influence of English loanwords in news articles, and the use of taboo language in comedy. Gain new perspectives on politeness strategies in film discourse and students' attitudes toward the English language. Uncover gendered language features in cinematic dialogue, analyze code-switching in digital communication, and apply psychoanalytic literary criticism to song lyrics. Discover the evolution of slang in contemporary language and the pragmatic aspects of swearing in film. Finally, explore practical insights for English pronunciation and accent reduction for Japanese speakers. This journal issue promises a comprehensive exploration of linguistics, offering valuable contributions to our understanding of language in diverse contexts.