Free access to LAIC’s most wanted special issues until end of May 2012

Free access to LAIC’s most wanted special issues until end of May 2012

Please see the following message from Routledge, LAIC’s publisher:

The results are in!

Routledge Language and Linguistics Most Wanted 
Textual Practice
Many thanks to all who voted for their favourite Language and Linguistics Special Issues. The competition was fierce but we are delighted to announce that the top three Special Issues which you voted for are as follows:

Online access to the whole content from these issues will be available for free
until the end of May 2012. Simply click on the links above to read and download Textual Practice
the articles!

Don’t forget, you can sign up for Table of Contents alerts for all of our linguistics journals by visiting the journal homepage and clicking the “Alert Me” link.

To view a full list of our Language and Linguistics journals or order a print version of our catalogue, please click here.


Kind regards,

Routledge Language and Linguistics

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