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IJRDO - Journal of Language, Gender and Literature studies

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The IJRDO – Journal of Language, Gender and Literature studies is a monthly peer-reviewed journal covering all aspects of language, literature, gender studies, equality, translation, cultural languages, regional society, humanity etc. It is launched by IJRDO to promote authentic research material across wide range of disciplines across language, gender and literature. It presents research material outlining broad areas of importance within the relevant field.

Focus and Scope

IJRDO Journal was founded in 2014. We provide a wide range of services like research publication, a research consultancy, conference proceedings, and publication in high-quality journals indexed in Scopus/web of science, research, and technical writing, but not limited to these. We are continuously expanding our area of services. We have business in 180+ countries. Our clients are research scholars, Ph.D. students, professors, lecturers, and post-graduate students who have an interest in the related research fields.

IJRDO – Journal of Language, Gender and Literature studies is a premier double-peer reviewed journal. We provide easy access to all our publications. Our journal publication frequency is bi-monthly and released on the last date of every month. Our Journal is committed to publishing highest quality research material in law and cybercrime related fields.

We invite research publications in areas including but not limited to the following:

Language Studies

  1. Relationship Between Language and Literature
  2. English Language and Foreign Languages Studies
  3. Language Development, Policy and Planning
  4. Verbal and Non-verbal Communication Studies
  5. Syntactic Analysis and Linguistic Cultural Studies
  6. Text Comprehension and Sociolinguistics
  7. Language Translation and Interpretation
  8. Language Learning and Second Language Research
  9. Linguistics and Philosophy
  10. Language Teaching and Education
  11. Language Assessment, Skills and Planning
  12. Language Planning and Policies
  13. Natural Language Processing
  14. Speech and Contemporary Language Studies
  15. Critical Inquiry in Language Studies 

    Literature Studies

    1. Relationship Between Literature and Gender
    2. Literary and Non-Literary Texts
    3. Literary Criticism
    4. Theoretical Prose and Poetry Studies
    5. General Literary Theory
    6. Structuralism and Poststructuralism
    7. Autobiographies and Biographies
    8. Comparative International Literature Studies
    9. Contemporary Fiction
    10. Postcolonial Literature and Literary Culture
    11. Literature, Culture and Arts
    12. Educational Literature
    13. Greek and Roman Literature Study
    14. Literacy in Post-Covid Era
    15. Literature and Theatre Studies

    Gender Studies

    1. Relationship Between Gender and Language
    2. Gender Equality and Inequality
    3. Gender, Culture and Religion
    4. Critical theories in Humanities and Social Sciences
    5. Theories of Feminism and Feminist Literature
    6. Discursive Political Gender Discussions
    7. Gender Discrepancies and Asymmetrical Power relationships
    8. Power Dynamics and Equal Representation
    9. Gender Fluidity, Bias and Diversity
    10. Lesbian Literature
    11. International Feminist Media Narratives
    12. Impact of Pandemic on Gender Dynamics
    13. Gender Movements and Indigenous Women
    14. Role of Gender, Identity and Body Image in Society
    15. Construction of Safe Working Space for Women

    Open Access Policy

    All research papers published in IJRDO Open Access journals are completely open in access: you can read, view, and share them right away. Journal is written under a Creative Commons license, which allows them to be used, distributed, and reproduced in any format as long as the original work is properly cited. The informative journal standards are something we are committed to. For a large number of journals in our portfolio, we're testing ground-breaking journal status. We want to give researchers as many open-access publishing options as they do subscription publishing options, reflecting our belief in author autonomy.