TIPA - Travaux Interdisciplinaires sur la Parole et le Langage, or Interdisciplinary works on speech and language
TIPA. Travaux interdisciplinaires sur la parole et le langage (Interdisciplinary works on speech and language) is a peer-reviewed scientific journal dedicated to studies about speech and language, from a strong interdisciplinary perspective. The issues are addressed through different lines of research: the analysis of physiological and cognitive processes; description and formalization; discursive and interactive mechanisms; speech and language disorders, disability.
The first volume was published in 1972, at the time when the historical structure of the Laboratoire Parole et Langage was created. At that time, TIPA was one of the few journals publishing issues and results of the scientific community of phoneticians. So from volume 1 to 27, TIPA successively published scientific studies by the members of the LPL, including phoneticians, linguists, computer scientists, psychologists, physicists and medical doctors. TIPA thus became a showcase for the wide range of the lab activities.
From volume 28 (2012) on, TIPA’s editorial politics is adopting a new approach:
The journal is published online on the Web platform journals and book series in the humanities and social sciences Revues.org and opens the way to the national and international scientific community.
Each volume will be managed by a guest editor from France or abroad. The editor will decide on topic(s) covered by the current volume and will coordinate the scientific editorial board.
TIPA maintains its focus on interdisciplinary issues inside the linguistic framework, so the editors can choose within a wide range of topics (experimental linguistics, field linguistics, psycholinguistics, phonetics, neurolinguistics, natural language processing, speech and language disorders studies, sociolinguistics, didactics, …).
Executive editor: Sophie Herment (since 2015)
Honorary executive editor: Philippe Blache
Chief editor: Martine Faraco
The scientific fields which cover the last volumes:
- NEW ! Vol. 33 (2017) : Discourse in conflict and conflict in discourse: institutional contexts,
edited by Laura-Anca Parepa et Tsuyoshi Kida
- Vol. 32 (2016): Discourse in conflict and conflict in discourse: Linguistic and communicative approaches,
edited by Tsuyoshi Kida and Laura-Anca Parepa
- Vol. 31 (2015): The impact of language contact, edited by Cyril Aslanov
- Vol. 30 (2014): Prominences and spoken language, edited by Sophie Herment
- Vol. 29 (2013): Spoken french, edited by Frédéric Sabio
- Vol. 28 (2012): Experimental linguistics, edited by Philippe Blache
- Vol. 27 (2008): Learning and acquisition of a second language
- Vol. 26 (2007): Disorders of speech and language
- Vol. 25 (2006): Corpora, the challenge of the annotation
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Last update : October 2017