Shanlax International Journal of English
Shanlax International Journal of English offers a forum to publish papers on basic or applied knowledge that will advance the field of literature and the English language. The Journal intends to educate research scholars pursuing their research at a Ph.D. level.
A broad scope of the publication is available in the Shanlax International Journal of English. It includes, but is not limited to, the subject areas: English Language, English Literature, Comparative Literature, Communicative English. And also, Error Analysis, Critical study of the Novel, Poems, and Short Stories.
Original full-length research papers, brief notes, short correspondence, analyses, special reports, and the like are published quarterly by the Journal. Submitted papers undergo double-blind peer review. Based on the reviewers' feedback, the editor will ask the authors to review the article and repudiate the queries.
Papers are accepted to understand that the work presented is original and has not been published elsewhere and that the authors are requested to sign a copyright form before publication.
Shanlax ensures published articles of the Journal will be readily available, open access and widely distributed within and outside the country.
The Journal focuses on theoretical, applied, interdisciplinary, thought history and methodological work, emphasizing realistic research, the production of critical viewpoints, the provision and use of empirical evidence. As such, this is a detailed and general English language journal that serves, regardless of its theoretical and topical interests, as a genuinely international forum for all English language and literature scholars and students.
|Title||Shanlax International Journal of English|
|Frequency||Quarterly (December, March, June and September)|
|Chief Editor||Dr.Shamala A/P Paramasivam||Publisher||S.Lakshmanan, B.E.,|
|Subject||English||Published by||Shanlax Journals|
|Mobile No||(+91) 9043303383||Phone No||(0452) 4208765|
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