Presentation of the journal
ISSN : 1386-1204 (hard copy) 1875-368X (online)

Revue Française de Linguistique Appliquée (RFLA) is an international and interdisciplinary peer-reviewed Journal in the broad field of applied linguistics. The journal is open all areas of research involving the application of linguistics and seeks to give an up-to-date and varied account of current issues in applied linguistics.

RFLA aims to target researchers whose area of enquiry draws on language and linguistics in a variety of domains of application such as language learning/acquisition, language disorders, variation studies, translation, language planning, lexicography, natural language processing…

Current issue

Social interactions - Recent work on French

Vol. XXII-2 December 2017

Based on research on French, this issue sets out to show not only the diversity of the different resources used by participants to carry out social actions, but also the highly methodical manner in which they organise these resources according to different contexts, thus allowing the functioning of certain institutions.