Journal of Language and Discourse Practice is a leading international peer-reviewed, double-blind, and quarterly journal whose major aim is to publish outstanding research at the boundaries of language and discourse in society. The journal is to contribute to the development of the field, reflect the breadth of work in language and discourse, and enable readers to share in the exciting new developments that are taking place at the present time. It focuses on explicit theory extension and implementation and analysis of the relationships between the structures of text (written or spoken), language use, verbal interaction or communication, social, political or cultural micro- and macrostructures, and cognitive social representations.

Journal of Language and Discourse Practice (LDP Journal) invites all linguists, applied linguists, and teaching practitioners to contribute to the journal by submitting papers within the following main areas:

   - Discourse and communication
   - Discourse and pedagogy
   - Discourse and cognition
   - Discourse and applied linguistics
   - Discourse and politics
   - Linguistic research
   - Written language and literacy
   - Multicultural discourses

     - Discourse and media
   - Discourse and Translation