REVISTA INTERNACIONAL DE LINGÜÍSTICA IBEROAMERICANA
REVISTA INTERNACIONAL DE LINGÜÍSTICA IBEROAMERICANA (RILI) is devoted to the study of the Ibero-American languages in all Spanish- and Portuguese-speaking countries. It also examines aspects of related languages, not only African, Amerindian, Asian and Austronesian languages, but also those varieties of Creole that have emerged in interaction with Portuguese and Spanish. The journal gives priority to the relationship between people and their linguistic activities, pursuing a pragmatic and socio-historical vision of linguistic phenomena in the broadest sense and not confining itself to a particular school of linguistics. The editors are therefore committed to promoting a plurality of approaches to the study of language.