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Abstract

Abstract

A recurring question for researchers in any field concerns the best place to submit their research. This is also true of L2 pronunciation research. In this paper, we look at journals that have repeatedly published pronunciation research over the past decade. Publication venues include specialist journals that focus on speech, general second language acquisition and learning journals, regional journals, and newsletters. The first two sets of journals are accompanied by word clouds from their scope and aims statements. The paper encourages authors to consider a number of issues in determining the best places to submit L2 pronunciation research.

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  • Article Type: Editorial
Keyword(s): pronunciation research , publishing , second language acquisition and speech
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