Dear discourse researchers,
we would like to remind you that the Journal for Discourse Studies is interested in your submissions! You are welcome to submit your manuscripts at any time in German or English by sending them to firstname.lastname@example.org. Many different formats are possible, including but not limited to long or short articles, essays, or discussions.
All English-language articles are published under a Creative Commons license, which allows for a fast impact and increased citations and publicity. Furthermore, all issues of the Journal for Discourse Studies up to and including the issues of the sixth volume are freely available on our publisher's homepage.
Our general guidelines for submissions can be found at https://www.uni-augsburg.de/en/fakultaet/philsoz/fakultat/chair-of-sociology/jfds/. Please feel free to contact the editors if you have any questions.
About the journal: The Journal for Discourse Studies (JfDS)/Zeitschrift für Diskursforschung (ZfD) is a bilingual, double blind peer-reviewed academic journal that documents the widespread interest in discourse studies within social sciences by publishing outstanding articles from several academic disciplines in the field of discourse research. As an interdisciplinary forum for discourse studies, the Journal for Discourse has been publishing contributions on theory, methodology, methods, and empirical studies from social scientists, linguists, and researchers from other disciplines since 2013. It offers a forum for discussion that is open to all theoretical and empirical perspectives on discourse research. The Journal for Discourse Studies is published two times a year.
Reiner Keller, Professor of Sociology at University of Augsburg (email@example.com)
Werner Schneider, Professor of Sociology and Social Studies at University of Augsburg (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Willy Viehöver, Senior Researcher at the Chair of Society and Technology at RWTH Aachen (email@example.com)
Editorial department (firstname.lastname@example.org): Saša Bosančić, Martin Blessinger, Moritz Hillebrecht, Amira Malik