ACTA LINGUISTICA ASIATICA is a journal devoted to the study of Asian languages, their translation and teaching.
ALA is an interdisciplinary scholarly journal which publishes research papers, survey papers and technical notes on the subjects of Asian linguistics, translation studies and the teaching of Asian languages, book reviews on representative works on the same subjects and reports from outstanding events. ALA encourages the interlinking of different linguistic disciplines, fosters dialogue among different theoretical orientations and their practical application, proposes new approaches to existing research themes, draws attention to relevant questions, informs about recent findings and events in the above areas.
ALA is published three times a year. Articles in each first and second issue are written only in English with an English and a Slovene abstract, while articles in each third issue can also be written in Slovene with a Slovene and an English abstract.
The articles of Acta Linguistica Asiatica are indexed/reviewed in the following databases/resources:
- Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ)
- Google Scholar
- MLA International Bibliography
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Vol 3, No 1 (2013)
Table of Contents
|Passives in South Asian Languages|
|Pritha CHANDRA, Anindita SAHOOA||9-28|
|Pronouns, Address Forms and Politeness Strategies in Odia|
|A New Perspective on the Creation of Neologisms|
|The Fifth Milestone in the Development of Chinese Language|
|We Have It too: A Strategy Which Helps to Grasp the Japanese Writing System for Students from Outside of the Chinese Character Cultural Zone|
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