Beginning from 2020, Jonus no longer publishes its regular issues in June and December. Instead, the regular issues will be published in January and June.

JONUS is inviting submissions for Vol 6 Issue 1 which is scheduled to be published in January 2021. The submission deadline is on 30th of October 2020.

Please read the 'Instructions to Authors' carefully as papers which do not follow the instructions stated will NOT be processed. 

  • Special Issue: Asian Perspectives on Language Learning in the 21st Century

    2021-07-24

    Special Issue Information:

     

    The field of language education is changing at an ever-increasing rate. Traditional notions of education are giving way to newer, more innovative ways of thinking about how we learn, teach and acquire knowledge. The basic question addressed by this special issue is ‘How do Asian learners learn language in the 21st century?’  

     

    This Special Issue welcomes original research in language learning. Empirical studies and systematic reviews are preferred, but special consideration could also be given to papers addressing the theoretical underpinnings of this fast evolving field. Whether it is children learning a first and/or a second language in school, adults learning a new language in formal or informal settings, the focus is on how they learn the language or how the language is taught to them.

     

    Full papers should be submitted by 30th of November 2021. Selected papers will be sent out for peer review and the Special Issue will be published in April 2022.

     

    Manuscript Submission Information:

     

    Manuscripts for this Special Issue should be between 6000-8000 words including references and appendices, and submitted to jonus@unisza.edu.my. “Submission for Special Issue 1” should be written as the title of the email.  A title page containing author/co-authors’ details and a blinded main document should be attached to the email. There is no strict formatting requirement for the first submission, but all manuscripts must contain the essential elements needed. The Article Processing Charge (APC) for accepted papers is MYR800 or USD200 and will only be paid upon acceptance.

    Read more about Special Issue: Asian Perspectives on Language Learning in the 21st Century
  • Special Issue: Asian Perspectives on Language Learning in the 21st Century

    2021-07-24

    Special Issue Information:

     

    The field of language education is changing at an ever-increasing rate. Traditional notions of education are giving way to newer, more innovative ways of thinking about how we learn, teach and acquire knowledge. The basic question addressed by this special issue is ‘How do Asian learners learn language in the 21st century?’  

     

    This Special Issue welcomes original research in language learning. Empirical studies and systematic reviews are preferred, but special consideration could also be given to papers addressing the theoretical underpinnings of this fast evolving field. Whether it is children learning a first and/or a second language in school, adults learning a new language in formal or informal settings, the focus is on how they learn the language or how the language is taught to them.

     

    Full papers should be submitted by 30th of November 2021. Selected papers will be sent out for peer review and the Special Issue will be published in April 2022.

     

    Manuscript Submission Information:

     

    Manuscripts for this Special Issue should be between 6000-8000 words including references and appendices, and submitted to jonus@unisza.edu.my. “Submission for Special Issue 1” should be written as the title of the email.  A title page containing author/co-authors’ details and a blinded main document should be attached to the email. There is no strict formatting requirement for the first submission, but all manuscripts must contain the essential elements needed. The Article Processing Charge (APC) for accepted papers is MYR800 or USD200 and will only be paid upon acceptance.

    Read more about Special Issue: Asian Perspectives on Language Learning in the 21st Century