The Context provides a forum for the discussion of language, literary and cultural studies and research related matters. It features articles, columns, book reviews and general announcements.
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The first page should contain the name and full address of the author(s). The text of the manuscript must be preceded by a brief summary (abstract) of approximately 200 words followed by 3-5 key words. Manuscript should range between 3000 to 5000 words. Author(s) bio note strictly not more than 50 words should be added at the end of the paper. Please read our peer review policy.
Typed manuscript on A4 paper (8.29" x 11.69") single spaced with one inch margin and Arial typeface with 12 point, should be submitted an email attachment alternatively you may use our online submission channel. Word processing should be kept as simple as simple as possible. Each new paragraph should take identifiable spacing before and after. Please download the expected manuscript format and adopt to it accordingly.
Note for authors: Authors are informed that the manuscript once submitted to The Context for consideration cannot be withdrawn, we advice you to clarify all your queries before submission and not to submit the same manuscript to multiple journals simultaneously. If you are in a situation that you want to withdraw your manuscript please write to us within 5 days from the date of submission. Our peer review process will take 2 to 4 weeks (in some cases more than 5 weeks) we recommend you to wait for the peer review report. Still wish to withdraw your manuscript please don't hesitate to write to us.
Authors are suggested to watch the presentation on left prepared by Taylor and Francis. This presentation is made available here for the general benefit of research scholars. It will surely be helpful to you in the preparation of your manuscript for publication in an academic journal.
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If your manuscript is not accepted for publication or you disagree our licensing terms and NO publication due to non-payment of article processing fee your manuscript will not be sent back to you. You are advised to always keep a copy of your manuscript with you for your own use.
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