INTRODUCTION GEMA Online Journal of Language Studies    

GEMA Online Journal of Language Studies now uses an online system for manuscript submission and review. Please register as an author and follow the instructions on the online submission site We are not accepting submissions via email beginning March 2013.

Please visit the new online system for GEMA OnlineR Journal of Language Studies

GEMA OnlineR Journal of Language Studies is an internationally refereed scholarly online journal published by UKM Press. The aim of this journal is to provide a venue for language researchers and practitioners to share theories, views, research results and classroom practices.

We accept papers written in English and Bahasa Melayu. Papers should not be less than 5000 and not more than 8000 words. Papers on theories and practices including those on discussions of and reflections on methods, techniques and ideas useful in the classroom are welcomed. There must be critical discussion of the issues, new and significant contribution to the related field. Articles can be from any of the following areas:

- Linguistics; cross-cultural linguistic research and theory, and applied linguistics.
Teaching of English (issues and topics on ELT).
- Literature; postcolonial literature, new literatures in English, popular literature.
- Teaching of other Languages (issues and topics on teaching of other languages).

GEMA OnlineR Journal of Language Studies is indexed and abstracted in the following databases: 

SCOPUS, Linguistics Abstracts Online (Wiley-Blackwell), Communication & Mass Media Complete (EBSCO), Linguist List, Open J-Gate, Ulrichs Web Global Serials Directory, Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), ASFT Plus Index, Malaysian Indexing and Abstracting System (MyAIS) and

SJR=0.027                                                                                                                                                                                          (SJR is SCImago Journal Rank. It reflects prestige of sources: Value of weighted citations per document.)

SNIP=2.268                                                                                                                                                                                             (SNIP is Source Normalised Impact per Paper: Corrects for differences in the frequency of citation across research fields.)

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