Articles are accepted in areas relating to:
the relationship between language and development and offers a specific proposal for addressing issues of language policy and planning in Africa and elsewhere in the world
the extinction and survival of many African languages
the role of foreign languages in African context
issues of gender portrayal in language and literature and all articles on literary studies
the relationship between language and gender
gender-related linguistic properties such as referential terms, word formations, syntactic structures, semantic connotations, social gender and idiomatic expressions.
The guidelines for submission are as in all AFRREV journals. APA and MLA are accepted documentation styles for AFRREV LALIGENS.