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Akofena, revue Scientifique des Sciences du Langage, Lettres, Langues & Communication,  D.O.I: https://doi.org/10.48734/akofena             

Akofena symbolise le courage, la vaillance et l’héroïsme. En pays Akan, les épées croisées représentent les boucliers protecteurs du Roi. La revue interdisciplinaire Akofena des Lettres, Langues et Civilisations publie des articles inédits, à caractère scientifique. Ils auront été évalués en double aveugle par des membres du comité scientifique et d’experts selon leur(s) spécialité(s). Enfin, Akofena est une revue au confluent des Sciences du Langage, des Lettres, Langues et de la Communication. La revue s’adresse aux Chercheurs, Enseignants-Chercheurs et Étudiants.

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Akofena symbolises courage, valour and heroism. In Akan country, the crossed swords represent the protective shields of the king. The interdisciplinary Akofena journal of Letters, Linguistic and Civilizations publishes unpublished articles of a scientific nature. They will have been evaluated in double blind by members of the scientific committee and experts according to their speciality(ies). Finally, Akofena is a journal at the confluence of Language, Literature and Communication Sciences. The journal is aimed at researchers, teachers and students.

Each paper submitted to Akofena is first rapidly evaluated by the Editorial Board, which decides whether or not to retain it. If the article is retained, the Committee suggests to the Editorial Secretariat two names of reviewers, within or outside the Scientific and Reading Committee of the journal, depending on the speciality of the article. Ideally, these people are from a university other than that of the contributor of the article, but know the context of the article. Each article submitted to Akofena is first rapidly evaluated by the Editorial Board, which decides whether or not to retain it.

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