Once you’ve decided which journal to try, study recent articles carefully to see what issues they address, what tone they adopt, what conventions they follow (in referencing, giving examples, using terminology, the structure of their articles) and what devices they use to present their data and arguments. For instance, English Today , publishes short, accessible articles for a wide range of both academic and general readers, while Phonology , publishes theoretical material of interest to phonologists and those working in related disciplines.
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