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About the journal

Kuwait Open Journal of Linguistics and Literature” Abbreviated Key Title: Kwt. Opn.  Jr Lngstc. Lte.; ISSN: XXXX-XXXX (Print) and ISSN: XXXX-XXXX (Online) Open Access is peer reviewed, Bi-Monthly, open access Academic and Research Journal Published by Inlight Publisher, Kuwait. This Journal publishes Original Research Articles, Review Articles, Case Studies, Editorial Comments and other scientific studies within all the fields of linguistic and Literature fields.

Recently Published Article
Facilitating Factors and Barriers of Technological Innovations in Education Field of Pakistan
Amna Jabeen
DOI : ZENEDO | Pages : 20-26 | Feb. 18, 2022
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Awareness and Utilization of Open Resources by Post Graduate Student in Private University Libraries in Edo State
Samuel Edogiawerie
DOI : zenedo | Pages : 7-17 | Feb. 18, 2022
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Homophoniclike Words and Other Derived Words
Ismael Tabuñar Fortunado
DOI : zenedo | Pages : 6 | Feb. 18, 2022
168 downloads 260 views
Effect of Compensation on Employee Performance (A Study of Ministry of Environment Sokoto, Nigeria)
Fodio Garba
DOI : zenedo | Pages : 1-5 | Feb. 18, 2022
435 downloads 663 views
Journal's Scope

language and gender, sociolinguistics, English syntax, historical linguistics, origins/evolution of language, experimental linguistics, phonology, endangered/minority languages, language and nature, communicative strategies, linguistic anthropology, linguistic analysis, language and alienation, Hispanic linguistics, analyzing Chinese language, philosophy of language, psychology of language, field methods in linguistics, history of the Spanish language, Spanish dialectology, applied linguistics, language, brain and society, advertising and propaganda, phonetics, morphology narrative and memory, thinking and writing across the curriculum, literary research methods, literary discourse, British literature, American literature, professional writing, conflict and community, studies in trauma literature, creative writing, critical writing, african literature, literature of American diversity, American fiction, the epic tradition, biographic arts, women in literature and psychology, film and literature, romanticism, Victorian literature, world literature, and so on.