Taking Stock and Looking Forward: 2019 Year-End Editorial
It is my great pleasure to write 2019’s Year-End Editorial for CJSDW/R. This year has witnessed a notable increase of publishing activities at the journal: we managed to publish a total of 15 articles, along with a record number of submissions at various stages in the editorial pipeline. The sheer number of article submissions suggests that now many researchers consider CJSDW/R a desirable venue for sharing their work. Building upon such momentum, this editorial provides a brief review of this year’s publications and their shared concerns regarding discourse and writing studies in Canada.
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