Most Cited February 2018 Journal of Language, Identity and Education

Journal of Language, Identity and Education

The Journal of Language, Identity, and Education is an international forum for original research on the intersections of language, identity, and education in global and local contexts. We are interested in interdisciplinary studies that examine how issues of language impact individual and community identities and intersect with educational practices and policies. In order to publish in JLIE, a study must have a central focus on second, foreign, minority, heritage, or indigenous languages (or non-standard dialects) and their intersection with either identity and/or education. We welcome a variety of topics, theoretical orientations, and methodological approaches (both qualitative and quantitative). JLIE is an international journal and therefore a study that is situated in a particular country should include enough background information for an international audience to be able to make sense of the local context.