ISSN: 0048-3796 (Print, Online)                Contains open access

Editor-in-Chief: Michael Tanangkingsing (National Taipei University of Technology)

Editorial board, Editorial consultants

 

The Philippine Journal of Linguistics (PJL), the official scholarly journal of the Linguistic Society of the Philippines, is an international peer-reviewed journal of research in linguistics. Published once a year in December, it aims to serve as a forum for original studies in descriptive, comparative, historical, and areal linguistics.

 

Editors' Pick

Enjoy a collection of articles selected by the editors to demonstrate the journal's breadth in terms of the theoretical and methodological approaches taken as well as its coverage.

 

Trilingual Code-switching Using Quantitative Lenses: An Exploratory Study on Hokaglish

Author(s): 

Wilkinson Daniel Wong Gonzales

Volume:

47

128
106
-
Pages

NA

Issue:

🚫 No Access

December 31, 2016

Date of publication:

Taglish and the Social Role of Code Switching in the Philippines

Author(s): 

Lenny Kaye Bugayong

Volume:

42

19
1
-
Pages

NA

Issue:

🚫 No Access

December 31, 2011

Date of publication:

Ideological Perspectives on the Dynamics of Code-Switching in the Business Domain

Author(s): 

Paolo Niño M. Valdez

Volume:

40

46
33
-
Pages

NA

Issue:

🚫 No Access

December 31, 2009

Date of publication:

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Intelligibility, acceptability, target-likeness: Teacher vs. student perspectives on the teaching of pronunciation within an EIL framework

Author(s): 

Claudia Kunschak & Fan Fang

Volume:

NA

Special issue

Issue:

Pages
158
145
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🚫 No Access

December 31, 2019

Date of publication:

The Danao languages: Magindanaon, Iranun, Maranao, and Illanun

Author(s): 

Eric Fleischman

Volume:

NA

Special issue

Issue:

Pages
85
66
-
🚫 No Access

December 31, 2019

Date of publication:

Development of a Grade 7 K to 12 English viewing courseware

Author(s): 

Ionell Jay R. Terogo

Volume:

50

NA

Issue:

Pages
114
93
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🚫 No Access

December 31, 2019

Date of publication:

The intellectualization of Filipino: Agenda for the twenty-first century

Author(s): 

Andrew Gonzalez, FSC

Volume:

NA

Special issue

Issue:

Pages
102
99
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🚫 No Access

December 31, 2019

Date of publication:

TESOL in the Philippines, 1948-1958

Author(s): 

Alfredo T. Morales

Volume:

NA

Special issue

Issue:

Pages
144
135
-
🚫 No Access

December 31, 2019

Date of publication:

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