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  • Studies in Chinese Linguistics

Studies in Chinese Linguistics

Published for T. T. Ng Chinese Language Research Centre, CUHK

English, Chinese

260 x 184 mm ISBN / ISSN : 1017-1274

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STUDIES IN CHINESE LINGUISTICS (ISSN 1017-1274) was first published in 1980 by T.T. Ng Chinese Language Research Centre of the Institute of Chinese Studies at The Chinese University of Hong Kong. The journal publishes a single volume yearly containing two issues since 2014 instead of three issues, three articles in each issue on average.

Studies in Chinese Linguistics is indexed and abstracted in Bibliographie linguistique/Linguistic bibliography, Bibliography of Asian Studies, EBSCO, Google Scholar, IBZ-International Bibliography of Periodical Literature, Linguistics Abstracts, MLA Directory of Periodics, MLA International Bibliography, Periodicals Archives Online, Scopus, Summon by Serials Solutions and Ulrich's.

I. Aim and scope

STUDIES IN CHINESE LINGUISTICS is an international academic journal devoted to comparative study of Chinese language and linguistics and a platform for research of comparative linguistics and dialectal grammar under a comparative approach. We especially welcome synchronic or diachronic comparative works on any aspects of the syntax, semantics, and morphology among Chinese dialects or between a Chinese language/dialect and any languages that contribute to theoretical linguistics or have significant theoretical implications.

The theme of the two issues of volume 35 will mainly focus on the generative study of comparative grammar.

Studies in Chinese Linguistics (SCL)

Editorial Board
Chief Editor
Sze-Wing TANG (The Chinese University of Hong Kong)
Advisory Board
Samuel Hung-nin CHEUNG (The Chinese University of Hong Kong)
Song-hing CHANG (The Chinese University of Hong Kong)
Editorial Board Members
Tor A. ÅFARLI (Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway)
Lisa Lai-shen CHENG (Leiden University, The Netherlands)
Guglielmo CINQUE (Università Ca’ Foscari, Venezia, Italy)
San DUANMU (University of Michigan, USA)
Naoki FUKUI (Sophia University, Japan)
C.-T. James HUANG (Harvard University, USA)
Richard S. KAYNE (New York University, USA)
Richard K. LARSON (Stony Brook University, USA)
Howard LASNIK (University of Maryland, College Park, USA)
Yen-hui Audrey LI (University of Southern California, USA)
Feng-hsi LIU (University of Arizona, USA)
Shigeru MIYAGAWA (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA)
Henk van RIEMSDIJK (Tilburg University, The Netherlands)
Luigi RIZZI (University of Siena, Italy)
Mamoru SAITO (Nanzan University, Japan)
Andrew SIMPSON (University of Southern California, USA)
Rint SYBESMA (Leiden University, The Netherlands)
Akira WATANABE (University of Tokyo, Japan)
Anne O. YUE (University of Washington, USA)

Editorial Assistant
Jacqueline Wai-man Tsui
Mian Yee-ting CHAM

III. Manuscripts

The journal publishes research papers and comments and responses on specific subjects.
The journal accepts papers submission in general but may call for papers when there is a special topic.
Manuscripts should be written in English, limited to 20 single-spaced pages, submitted by email at scl.editor@cuhk.edu.hk. The format of the manuscript is not limited in the first submission.
IV. Editing Affairs:

The Chief Editor can decide to accept a manuscript or not on the basis of reviewers’ opinions. If there is difficulty in deciding the manuscript, then the Chief Editor can consult the opinions of the Editorial Board. Each manuscript will be reviewed anonymously by at least two reviewers. The flow chart for manuscript processing is nine staged:

manuscripts received,
searching for reviewers,
second review (second review after revision according to the reviewers' opinions),
additional review (For those difficult or controversial manuscripts that need one or two additional reviewers),
final review by the Chief Editor based upon the reviewers’ or Editorial Board’s opinions),
It normally takes about 6 months for the procedure of soliciting reviewers and submission for reviewing in general.

V. Reviewers:

The journal invites scholars within the specialty as reviewers in various aspects. Reviewers will be given a complimentary copy of the journal.

VI. Review Content:

The manuscript is categorized according to the following review criteria:

(1) the level of originality of the ideas,
(2) the level of contribution,
(3) the level of sufficiency of the evidence, and
(4) the level of rigor in argumentation.

The review results are categorized as four levels:

(A) published without significant revision
(B) definitely published if certain revisions are made
(C) reconsidered for publication after a thorough revision
(D) rejected as unsuitable for publication

For those manuscripts that have problems in writing mechanics (too many misspelled words or grammar) or whose theme is beyond the scope of this journal, the manuscripts will be returned to the authors without any review.

(A) and (B) are at the similar category; (C) and (D) are at the similar category. If two reviewers’ comments belong to (A) and (B) for a paper, the Chief Editor can decide to accept it directly, or if two reviewers’ comments belong to (C) and (D) for a paper, the Chief Editor can decide not to accept it. If the reviewers’ comments cross the two different categories, the paper should be re-reviewed again or reviewed by the third person.

VII. Manuscript handling procedure

Manuscript submission: The format of the manuscript is not limited in the first submission. Manuscripts should be sent to scl.editor@cuhk.edu.hk by email.
Revision: For those provisionally accepted manuscripts, the journal will provide the reviewers’ revising suggestions to the author who is requested to follow the format of this journal and revise the manuscript according to the reviewer’s suggestions.
Publishing: The revised manuscript will be published after the final review. The priority (order) of publishing will be decided by the time order of the final review.
VIII. Publication ethics and malpractice statement

(1) Publication and authorship

List of references should be provided.
Information of the research funding should be provided.
No plagiarism is allowed.
No fraudulent data is allowed.
Publishing same article in more than one journal is forbidden.
All copyrighted material should be properly credited in the article.
(2) Author’s responsibilities

Authors are obliged to participate in double-blind peer review process.
All authors should have significantly contributed to the research.
All authors are obliged to provide retractions or corrections of mistakes.
Authors should obtain written permission for quotations from unpublished material, or for all quotations in excess of 250 words in one extract or 500 words in total from any work still in copyright, and for the reprinting of illustrations or tables from unpublished or copyrighted material.


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