Studies in Chinese Language and Discourse

This book series is peer reviewed and indexed in: Scopus

The Studies in Chinese Language and Discourse book series publishes works of original research on Chinese from a linguistic, cognitive, socio-cultural, or interactional perspective. We welcome contributions based on systematic documentation of language structure which displays fresh data and analysis from such areas as corpus linguistics, grammaticalization, cognitive linguistics, sociolinguistics, discourse and grammar, conversation analysis, and typological and comparative studies. Both monographs and thematic collections of research papers will be considered.
Board
Executive Editor
Hongyin Tao | University of California, Los Angeles
Co-editors
K.K. Luke | Nanyang Technological University
Li Wei | UCL Institute of Education
Volumes
13
Edited by Wei Wang
2020. xiii, 233 pp.
12
Xiaoling He
2019. xi, 204 pp.
11
Jingxia Lin
2019. xvii, 209 pp.
10
Edited by Yun Xiao and Linda Tsung
2019. xi, 298 pp.
9
Winnie Chor
2018. xvii, 239 pp.
8
Rui Peng
2017. xix, 243 pp.
7
Edited by Hongyin Tao
2016. xviii, 239 pp.
6
Jun Xu
2016. xvii, 198 pp.
5
Tianhua Luo
2016. xiii, 252 pp.
4
Edited by Linda Tsung and Wei Wang
2015. xvi, 223 pp.
3
Xiaoting Li
2014. xi, 265 pp.
2
Edited by Zhuo Jing-Schmidt
2013. ix, 317 pp.
1
Shuanfan Huang
2013. xii, 458 pp.
Submission

The series welcomes submissions. Book proposals, preferably structured along the lines indicated in our Guidelines for Book Proposals, can be sent to the executive editor: tao at humnet.ucla.edu.

When you are instructed to prepare your manuscript for production, please follow the Guidelines for Manuscript Submission.

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