Functional Linguistics is a peer-reviewed open access journal published under the SpringerOpen brand. It provides a platform for scholars to explore language and linguistic issues from a functional and meaning-oriented perspective. The journal publishes scholarly articles and reviews in the broad area of functional studies, with a special focus on systemic functional linguistics. Areas to be covered in this journal include: language and context, functional grammar, semantic variation, discourse analysis, multimodality, register and genre analysis, educational linguistics, etc.
David Rose (February 2018)
Lexical metaphor as affiliative bond in newspaper editorials: a systemic functional linguistics perspective
Feifei Liu (February 2018)
Review of “reading in secondary content areas: a language-based pedagogy” by Zhihui Fang and Mary J. Schleppegrell
Shan Zhu (January 2018)
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