Revista de Lengua para Fines Específicos (LFE) is a peer-reviewed journal published annually since 1993 under the auspices of the Departmento de Filología Moderna. The languages of publication are Spanish, English, French, and German, although other languages could be also considered. LFE invites submissions of original full-length articles, short articles and book reviews from scholars in the field of languages for specific and professional purposes. Article topics must fall into any field of applied linguistics within the scope of specialized languages. This includes areas of discourse analysis, pragmatics, sociology, contrastive analysis, global languages, development and implementation of specialized corpora and software, learning and teaching techniques and methodology, curriculum development, among others. The journal also accepts articles describing running projects on the field of languages for specific purposes.
Contributions with a historical scope are also of interest for the journal. Prospective authors are advised to follow the guidelines for submissions.
Contributions submitted to LFE should not be under consideration in any other journal.
- 2010 November Issue Rejection Rate: 41.17%
- 2011 November Issue Rejection Rate: 31.25%
- 2013 November Issue Rejection Rate: 17.79%