Aims and Scope

Programmed objectives of the journalProblems of General and Slavic Linguisticsare as follows: publication of the original papers on key problems of general and Slavic linguistics; insight into the achievements of Ukrainian linguists in the sphere of linguistic sciences.

Range of problems:

Publication of the results of the research dealing with topical theoretical and applied problems of general and Slavic linguistics.

Comprehensive analysis of linguistic phenomena and units of different levels of both Slavic and Western European languages in terms of synchrony and historical perspective.

Critical reviews and monographs, scientific collections, dictionaries, text-books and tutorials; chronicles.

Policy of the sections:

  1. Theoretical and methodological problems of general and Slavic linguistics (accepts manuscripts, indexed, and reviewed)
  2. Problems of onomastics, terminology and terminography (accepts manuscripts, indexed, and reviewed)
  3. Problems of neology and neography. Innovative processes and phenomena in the modern Slavic and Western European languages (accepts manuscripts, indexed, and reviewed)
  4. Problems of translation studies and linguodidactics (accepts manuscripts, indexed, and reviewed)
  5. Problems of lexicology, phraseology, semantics, and pragmatics (accepts manuscripts, indexed, and reviewed)
  6. Problems of word-formation, syntax, and text (accepts manuscripts, indexed, and reviewed)
  7. Problems of linguocognitology and linguoculturology (accepts manuscripts, indexed, and reviewed)
  8. Problems of sociolinguistics and the history of linguistic studies (accepts manuscripts, indexed, and reviewed)
  9. Problems of communicative studies, medialinguistics, and linguistic genderology (accepts manuscripts, indexed, and reviewed)
  10. Problems of the history of languages and dialectology (accepts manuscripts, indexed, and reviewed)