Policies for Global Business Languages
CALL FOR PAPERS
Global Business Languages is an annual publication containing articles on issues related to foreign languages, and English as a Second Language, taught for specific purposes (business, science, hotel and restaurant, law, etc.). We encourage submissions of manuscripts pertaining to Chinese, English for non-natives, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish research, and others. All articles must be written in English, with foreign language examples as needed. See formatting requirements below.
GOALS, RESULTS AND SUCCESS
We encourage authors to consider sharing their expertise in research and teaching related to the setting of meaningful business language goals and the assessment of the results and successes they have achieved. This may involve internships or study abroad programs that have been considered particularly effective by either students or faculty, and the criteria and practices that led to the success. While anecdotal reports provide a personal testimony of goals well met, we invite authors to provide the metrics by which they measure success in business language use in the professional world or in an instructional environment.
DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION: SEPTEMBER 2, 2013
Send inquiries to: Allen G. Wood, Editor, email@example.com, Purdue University, School of Languages and Cultures, 640 Oval Drive, West Lafayette, Indiana 47907-2039
Global Business Languages is published annually by the School of Languages and Cultures in conjunction with Purdue-CIBER, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana.
Please submit a blind copy of your article (maximum length 20 double-spaced pages, including notes and bibliography) in the most recent APA style. Use the author-date reference style. Include an abstract, keywords, and a 50-word author bio. All papers will be refereed. Abstracts alone cannot be considered. One submission per author only.
PLEASE NOTE: When using author-date, you MUST put the date immediately after the author's name and before the title in the bibliography / list of references.
PUBLICATION ETHICS AND MALPRACTICE STATEMENT
Authors must guarantee that submitted manuscripts have not been published elsewhere, are not currently under review elsewhere, and have been submitted with the full knowledge of their institutional home.
Any manuscripts that do not meet originality requirements will be rejected without peer-review.
All manuscripts will be reviewed based on intellectual content without regard for age, gender, race/ethnicity, sexual orientation, country of origin, or political philosophy of the authors.
All manuscripts submitted for peer-review are kept strictly confidential by editors and reviewers. At no time will editors or reviewers utilize submitted materials without the consent of the authors.