RLA, founded in 1963, is one of the oldest journals in the field of Chilean linguistics and has one of the most ample trajectories. It is published twice a year by the Spanish Department of the Arts and Humanities Faculty of the Universidad de Concepción and has as its main objective the fostering of theoretical and applied linguistic research in academic areas on both the national and international level. It is aimed at researchers, linguists, phonoaudiologists, academics and readers in general in both the national and international scientific communities (Latin America, Europe, USA).
The works appearing in RLA are unpublished manuscripts coming from the diverse areas of theoretical or applied linguistic research. For example, linguistics applied to foreign languages and the mother tongue, comparative linguistics, linguistics and computers, general linguistics, ethnolinguistics, psycholinguistics, sociolinguistics, etc.
Evaluation of articles is carried out by external pairs,
both national and international, belonging to the Scientific Editorial
Committee. They will take into account aspects such as the originality
of the research or manuscript and relevance for scientific knowledge in
either theoretical or applied linguistics.
The articles published in RLA are indexed or abstracted in:
All rights reserved. The total or partial reproduction, by any means, of articles from RLA – Revista de Lingüística Teórica y Aplicada, should have the permission of the editor and author.
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Sitio web: http://www.udec.cl/rla