A focus on The Buckingham Journal of Language and Linguistics
This week we’d like to place the spotlight on The Buckingham Journal of Language and Linguistics, which was founded in 2008, and is now edited by Graeme Davis, Karl Bernhardt, David Jacques, Peter Huffam and Daniel Bennett.
BJLL publishes academic articles on general and applied linguistics written within the descriptive tradition. There is no prescribed genre, school or methodology; instead the focus is on independent and cutting-edge research.
Click here to view the Journal One of the most widely read recent articles is Ali Almanna and Hashim G. Lazim’s ‘A Qualitative Teacher-Student Oriented Approach to Translation Teaching’, which advocates a combination of various combination brings together both teacher- and student-centred approaches to the teaching of translation, especially in relation to universities in the Arab world.
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