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As one of the leading Croatian linguistic journals, Jezikoslovlje aims to promote the constructive interaction between theoretical and descriptive findings by providing a broadly conceived forum for research in the traditional disciplines of linguistics, ranging from phonology and morphology to syntax, semantics and pragmatics, as well as for research from neighbouring disciplines deemed to be of interest to the linguistic audience and/or of relevance for contemporary linguistic theory, methodology and/or description. Supported by an internationally renowned board of consulting editors, the journal will hold up for discussion theoretical and descriptive issues relevant to the linguistic community at large and thus aim at reflecting current trends in linguistic research in the above disciplines within a broad range of theoretical frameworks. Jezikoslovlje also features special, guest-edited issues or sections, which bring together contributions under a unifying theme and give the readership the unique opportunity to explore one topic from diverse perspectives.
First year of publication: 1998
Frequency (annually): 3
Date added to HRČAK: 23 December 2008
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