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Overview

        Linhvistychni Studiyi / Linguistic Studies (Certificate of State Registration of Print Media КВ # 21878-11778ПР on 18.01.2016) is a peer-reviewed international collection of scientific papers founded in 1994 at Vasyl' Stus Donetsk National University. Both Editorial Council and Editorial Board include highly qualified experts and researchers from leading academic institutions and universities from different countries. The collection contains original scientific theoretical and applied studies on various issues of modern linguistics, as well as cross-disciplinary researches.

        The collection of scientific papers Linhvistychni Studiyi  / Linguistic Studies is included into the Index of Specialized Scientific Journals of Ukraine, in which outcomes of the dissertations for obtaining the scientific degrees of Doctor and PhD can be published (“The Index # 1 of Specialized Scientific Journals of Ukraine, in which Outcomes of the Dissertation for Obtaining the Scientific Degrees of Doctor and PhD can be Published” // Bulletin of HAC of Ukraine. – 1999. – # 4; “The Index of Specialized Scientific Journals of Ukraine, in which Outcomes of the Dissertation for Obtaining the Scientific Degrees of Doctor and PhD can be Published” // Bulletin of HAC of Ukraine. – 2009. – # 12; approved by the Resolution of the Presidium of HAC of Ukraine on 18.11.2009 #1 05/5; Decree No 515 of MES of Ukraine dated 16.05.2016).

        The collection is published semiannually.

        ISSN: 1815-3070

        Online ISSN: 2308-0019

Aims and Scope

The collection of scientific papers Linhvistychni Studiyi  / Linguistic Studies comprises researches on all the aspects of language system, particularly, on the current issues of the theory of language, derivative studies, evolution of morphological and syntactic categories, topical issues of comparative-typological study of languages and text linguistics, discourse studies, and discourse analysis, the features of functional semantics of lexical and phraseological units, the areas of applied linguistics, sociolinguistics, ethnolinguistics, onomastics, and history of languages, and others.

The collection welcomes unpublished previously submissions of the highest quality that report theoretical and empirical linguistic research, that describe main trends and innovative processes in Ukrainian and other languages.

The main criterion for evaluation the study is its quality. No other restrictions are placed on the subject or method of contributions submitted. 

Keywords

Linguistics, language, theory of language, derivative categories, Slavic languages, Germanic languages, Romanic languages, morphological category, syntactic category, comparative-typological study of languages, text linguistics, discourse studies, discourse analysis, functional semantics, lexical and phraseological units, applied linguistics, sociolinguistics, ethnolinguistics, onomastics, history of language.

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