Welcome on board! Prefiguring knowledge production in the sociology of language
Data de publicació2021-03-11
Ellece, Sibonile Edith
Tupas, T. Ruanni F.
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This Special Issue constitutes a parenthesis from our daily lives as editors, an attempt to not forgot why we do what we do, and a direction for what we should do in the near future with the International Journal of the Sociology of Language (IJSL). The idea of this Special Issue originated in conjunction with the renewal of our Editorial Board. After many years of service, the term of the previous Editorial Board came to an end in 2020 and coincided, with a slight delay, with the start of the new General Editor and newly appointed Associate Editors.
És part deInternational Journal of the Sociology of Language, 2021, vol. 2021, núm. 267-268, p. 3-8.
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