Scope and editorial policy
All articles submitted to RBLA are subject to double or tripleblind peer review after the editorsí preanalysis in the light of RBLA mission and guidelines.
Only the manuscript approved by two reviewers is considered for publishing with the proviso that the author makes the recommended corrections and modifications.
Form and preparation of manuscripts
1. All manuscripts should be accompanied by a signed statement that the article is original, is not under consideration or has not been previously published in another journal or book.
2. The intellectual content of the paper is the responsibility of the authors. The Editors accept no responsibility for opinions and statements of authors.
3. By submitting a manuscript, the authors agree that the copyright for their article is transferred to RBLA if and when the article is accepted for publication.
4. Papers submitted must include titles in Portuguese and English, two abstracts, in both languages (10 lines maximum each) followed by a key word list in Portuguese and in English.
5. Submitted papers should have a maximum of 8,000 words (including references, notes and tables) and must be written using font Times New Roman, size 12.
6. Priority will be given to papers that introduce actual research results which bring new contributions to the field of Applied Linguistics.
7. Previously published tables and illustrations should bear their original sources.
8. Notes should be inserted as footnotes.
9. References should follow ABNT conventions (see examples below).
10. Review papers should be preceded by the complete bibliographical reference of the book under review followed by the reviewer's name and institution.
GUIDELINES FOR BIBLIOGRAPHICAL REFERENCES
COATES, J. Women talk. Oxford: Blackwell, 1996. 324p.
KASPER, G.; KELLERMAN, E. Communication strategies: psycholinguistic and sociolinguistic perspectives. Essex: Addison Wesley Longman, 1996. 398p.
FREEMAN, D. Redefining the relationship between research and what teachers know. In: BAILEY, K. M.; NUNAN, D. (Ed.). Voices from the language classroom. Cambridge Cambridge University Press, 1996. p. 88115.
JENSEN, J. B. A investigação de formas de tratamento e a telenovela: a escalada, parte 1. Revista Brasileira de Lingüística, Petrópolis, v. 4, n. 2, p. 4373, 1977.
CARMAGNANI, A. M. G. Individualised instruction; reporting an experience. In: National BRAZTESOL Convention, 3. 1994, São Paulo. Proceedings...São Paulo: BRAZTESOL, 1994. p. 236243.
Theses and dissertations
GRAUS, Johan. An evaluation of the usefulness of the internet in the EFL classroom.1999. (Master's thesis) Department of English/University of Nijmegen, Nijmegen.
References are followed by Retrieved date from <URL>.
GRADDOL, David. (Ed.). Applied Linguistics for the 21st Century. AILA Review 14. Catchline/AILA 2001. Retrieved May 5, 2006 from <http://www.aila.soton.ac.uk/pdfs/Aila14.pdf>.
KRAMSCH, C., & ANDERSEN, R.. Teaching text and context through multimedia. Language Learning & Technology, v. 2, n. 2 , p. 3142., 1999. Retrieved April 3, 2006 from <http://llt.msu.edu/vol2num2/article1>.
Send of manuscripts
Contributions, in Portuguese, English or Spanish, should be done by sending the complete paper as an attached file to the email address email@example.com.
The submission email message should contain the title of the paper, the authorís name, institution affiliation, email address and correspondence address.
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