AIMS

The Indian Journal of Management and Language (IJML) is having ISSN 2582-886X (online), half yearly international journal, being published in the months of April and October by Lattice Science Publication (LSP) Bhopal (M.P.), India since year 2021. The aim of the journal is to:

  1. disseminate original, scientific, theoretical or applied research in the field of Management and Language.
  2. dispense a platform for publishing results and research with a strong empirical component.
  3. aqueduct the significant gap between research and practice by promoting the publication of original, novel, industry-relevant research.
  4. seek original and unpublished research article(s) based on theoretical and experimental works for the publication globally.
  5. publish original, theoretical and practical advances in Management and Language.
  6. impart a platform for publishing results and research with a strong empirical component, to create a bridge for significant gap between research and practice by promoting the publication of original, novel, industry-relevant research.
  7. solicit original and unpublished research article(s), based on theoretical and experimental works.

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The Indian Journal of Management and Language (IJML) is not limited to a specific aspect of Management and Language but is instead devoted to a wide range of subfields in the Management and Language. While it encourages a broad spectrum of contribution in the Management and Language, its core interest lies in issues concerning Management and Language. Articles of interdisciplinary nature are particularly welcome.

The primary goal of the new editors is to maintain high quality of publications. There will be a commitment to expediting the time taken for the publication of the article(s). The articles that are sent for reviews will have names of the authors deleted with a view towards enhancing the objectivity and fairness of the review process.

Articles that are devoted to the purely mathematical aspects without a discussion of the physical implications of the results or the consideration of specific examples are discouraged. Articles concerning Management and Language should not be limited merely to a description and recording of observations but should contain theoretical and quantitative discussion of the results.

The Editors reserve the right to reject article(s) without sending them out for review. Articles for the Regular Issue of the journal can submit, round the year, electronically by using Article Submission System. The summited article (s) should cover following subfields of Management and Language:  

Management

    • General Management
    • Strategic Management
    • Business and Marketing
    • Advertising
    • HRM
    • Organization Studies
    • National Resources Management
    • Crisis Management
    • Information Technology Management
    • Technology Management
    • Industrial Management
    • Health and Safety Management
    • Executive Management
    • Entrepreneurship and Innovation
    • Enterprise Resource and Planning
    • Small/Family Business Management
    • Intra/Entrepreneurship
    • Government Policy on Entrepreneurship
    • Creating marketing Orientation
    • Managing Business Relationships
    • Financing Business and Accounting
    • Managing Work Place Motivation/Pressure/Stress
    • De-layering and Structuring
    • Managing Learning and Improvement
    • Instilling Creativity
    • Managing Globalization and International Business
    • Managing Supply Chains
    • Developing/Leveraging Core Competencies
    • Business Processes Improvement/Management
    • Quality Management and Continuous Improvement
    • E-Management Practices

Language

  • The Knowledge Base of Language Teacher Education
  • Social, Cultural, and Political Contexts of Language Teacher Education
  • Collaborations in Language Teacher Education
  • Practices of Language Teacher Education
  • The transformative nature of the role of language and communication in human cognition
  • The analysis of language and language use as providing a window into non-linguistic cognitive
  • processes and structures
  • The relationship between linguistic structure and cognitive processes
  • Input and output of large character sets of Asian languages
  • Typesetting and font designs of Asian languages
  • Asian character encoding and compression
  • Multimodal representations and processing
  • Voice input and output
  • Phonology and morphology
  • Lexical semantics and word sense
  • Grammars, syntax, semantics and discourse
  • Word segmentation, chunking, tagging and syntactic parsing
  • Word sense disambiguation, semantic role labelling and semantic parsing
  • Discourse analysis
  • Language, linguistic and speech resource development
  • Evaluation methods and user studies
  • Machine learning for natural language
  • Text analysis, understanding, summarization and generation
  • Text mining and information extraction, summarization and retrieval
  • Text entailment and paraphrasing
  • Text Sentiment analysis, opinion mining and question answering
  • Machine translation and multilingual processing
  • Linguistic, psychological and mathematical models of language, computational psycholinguistics,
  • computational linguistics and mathematical linguistics
  • Language modelling, statistical methods in natural language processing and speech processing
  • Spoken language processing, understanding, generation and translation
  • Rich transcription and spoken information retrieval
  • Speech recognition and synthesis
  • Natural language applications, tools and resources, system evaluation
  • Asian language learning, teaching and computer-aided language learning
  • NLP in vertical domains, such as biomedical, chemical and legal text
  • NLP on noisy unstructured text, such as email, blogs, and SMS
  • Language Change and Variation
  • Role of English and Asian languages in globalised contexts
  • New Varieties of English
  • English for Specific Purposes (ESP)
  • Language, Identity and Culture
  • Language and Literature
  • Language and Popular Culture
  • Literature and Film
  • Language and Power
  • Language and Gender
  • Language and the New Media
  • Language, Culture and Translation
  • New Writings in English
  • Women’s Writings
  • Teaching of Language and Literature
  • Teaching and Learning of English as a Foreign/ Second Language
  • Effective Teaching Methodologies in Language and Literature Classrooms
  • Interdisciplinarity in Language Teaching and Learning
  • Assessment Practices to Language and Literature Teaching
  • Teaching Translation
  • Language and ICT
  • Theoretical research on forensic linguistics
  • Legal discourse analysis
  • Legal translation and courtroom interpreting
  • The application of forensic linguistics
  • Research on legal language teaching
  • Construction of corpus for forensic purposes
  • Special hardware and software for Asian language computing