Contents and structure

Technology and Language accepts original research articles, discussion pieces, and reviews. Submissions should be previously unpublished works, occasionally excepting translations, that are not under review for publication in any other journal.

Submissions should present new research findings, analyze cultural phenomena, or advance the discussion of concepts and ideas obtained by the authors, of interest to the international research community.

The journal accepts submissions about technology and language in the following subject areas and adjoining fields:

  • history and philosophy of technology
  • art, literature, digital culture studies
  • social relations in the technosphere
  • semiotics, technology, and the order of things
  • education and communication, professional culture
  • anthropology and technology, human-machine interactions
  • principles of construction and design

Articles typically adhere to the following structure:

  • Introduction (explaining the relevance of the research problem);
  • Design/methodology/approach
  • Results, Findings;
  • Conclusion and Discussion (summarizing the findings and offering suggestions for further research);

Headings may differ depending on the nature of the study.Various headings and subheadings can be chosen by authors.

The following data are uploaded separately through the E-Submission system: