About the Journal
NIDA Journal of Language and Communication is the official journal of the Graduate School of Language and Communication at the National Institute of Development Administration. Its purpose is to disseminate information of interest to language and communication scholars, and others interested in related interdisciplinary sciences. The journal presents information on theories, researches, methods, and ideas related to language and communication as well as related interdisciplinary sciences. This journal publishes original scholarship for both local and international readership on all practice-oriented linguistic standpoints, and on communication as a theory, practice, technology, and discipline of power, especially in applied contexts.
Types of Manuscripts Accepted
NIDA Journal of Language and Communication welcomes research paper as well as academic articles which explore and/or investigate the area of language, communication and the interplay between language and communication. Humanistic in its orientation, the journal endeavors to develop better understanding of the forms, functions, and foundations of human interaction. It is not restricted to particular theoretical or methodological perspectives, and publishes manuscripts and book reviews that will be of interests to scholars, researchers, teachers, practitioners, and students across the linguistics, applied linguistics, and communication fields. Interdisciplinary in nature, the journal provides a forum for scholarly studies in linguistics, sociolinguistics, communication, rhetoric, language teaching, pragmatics, discourse studies, media studies, cultural studies, literary studies, gender and sexuality studies, translation studies, applied linguistics and other area of linguistics and communication research.
Contact and Mailing Address:
Inquiries should be directed to Jareeporn Kaewsuksri, Coordinator
Graduate School of Language and Communication
National Institute of Development Administration
118 Serithai Road, Klongchan, Bangkapi, Bangkok 10240 THAILAND
Telephone:+66 (0)2-727-3152, fax +66 (0)2-377-7892 (between 9.00-16.00 hrs.)