Focus & Scope

Journal of Language, Communication and Tourism is a journal published twice a year focusing on the field of English as a second or foreign language which is widely applied in various academic and professional contexts across cultures and nations. The journal encourages exchanges of information and knowledge generated from research and non-research contributions in order to widen perspectives and to strengthen the educational practices of English Language and Communication Teaching, to encourage link between education in these areas and workplace world, and particularly to develop the field of ESP (English for Specific Purposes) across disciplines.

More specific areas are those related to need analysis, curriculum and pedagogy, materials development, assessment, corpus and multimodality, technology and CALL, implications of professional communication practices to the English teaching and learning, issues of employability and the relationship between English language teaching and workplace demands, and other issues concerned with the nature of English language and professional communication across different academic settings, workplaces, and cultures.