About the Journal

Jurnal Arbitrer is an open access journal published by Masyarakat Linguistik Indonesia (MLI) Universitas Andalas. Jurnal Arbitrer's main goal is to promote multilingualism by presenting research on language policy, minority and less widely taught languages, linguistic rights, language ecology, pluralistic approach to languages, acquisition and development of plurilingual competence, interdiscip
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Jurnal Arbitrer, an unparalleled beacon in the realm of linguistic research with a global purview, is committed to advancing linguistic knowledge while aligning with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), particularly in the context of multiculturalism. As a rigorously peer-reviewed journal, we are steadfast in our commitment to maintaining the highest standards of academic integrity and excellence. Every submission, whether it be research papers, case studies, theoretical reviews, or book reviews, undergoes a meticulous evaluation by leading experts, ensuring that only the most groundbreaking and robust research graces our pages.

In the vast sea of academic publications, Jurnal Arbitrer stands out as the definitive authority, setting the gold standard for scholarship in the complex interplay of linguistic diversity within multicultural societies and global dynamics while contributing to the broader objectives of the SDGs. With an esteemed roster of contributors from the world's top institutions and a diverse, global readership, we are the chosen platform for the brightest minds in linguistics.

From delving into the nuances of multilingual societies, including the expression of multiculturalism, to pioneering the intersections of digital technology and language preservation within diverse cultural contexts, we lead the discourse. We consistently push the boundaries of what's known and challenge conventions, in line with the SDGs and the celebration of multiculturalism. Each article, whether it's a research paper, a case study, a theoretical review, or a book review, is a testament to our unwavering dedication to excellence, innovation, and the rigorous publication process that underpins our reputation.

ASJC Code: 3310 - Linguistics and Language

By choosing Jurnal Arbitrer, you align with the pinnacle of linguistic research and contribute to the broader goals of sustainable development, celebrating linguistic and cultural diversity in multicultural societies. Whether a seasoned academic, emerging scholar, or passionate enthusiast, this is where your linguistic journey reaches its zenith while exploring the rich tapestry of multiculturalism. Join us in our mission, and be part of an enduring legacy of excellence that continually shapes the global linguistic narrative and advances the SDGs in the context of multiculturalism.

Journal Name : Jurnal Arbitrer
Editor in Chief : Prof. Dr. Oktavianus, M.Hum
ISSN : 2550-1011 (Online)
    2339-1162 (print)
Frequency of publication : 4 times a year
Publisher : Masyarakat Linguistik Indonesia (MLI) Universitas Andalas
Address : Fakultas Ilmu Budaya, Universitas Andalas, Kampus Limau Manis , Padang, Provinsi Sumatera Barat
Accreditation : Grade 2 (Sinta 2) - Indonesian Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education


Jurnal Arbitrer is a scholarly journal with the primary goal of promoting multilingualism through the dissemination of research on various aspects of language policy, linguistic rights, and the development of plurilingual competence. The journal is dedicated to advancing knowledge and understanding in the field of linguistics with a focus on embracing linguistic diversity and fostering a pluralistic approach to languages. Jurnal Arbitrer aims to contribute to the empowerment of minority and less widely taught languages, facilitate intercultural dialogue, and support language-sensitive teaching practices across disciplines.


Jurnal Arbitrer is a scientific publication that disseminates research on numerous significant subjects with the aim of developing multilingualism and the area of linguistics. Our primary objective is to promote and support linguistic diversity, advocate for the protection of linguistic rights, and facilitate the cultivation of plurilingual competence. The primary focus of this publication is to provide assistance and encouragement to minority and less commonly taught languages. It aims to foster significant intercultural communication and advance teaching practices that are sensitive to language diversity within various academic fields. Our objective is to provide a valuable contribution to a global society that values, safeguards, and effectively employs languages to foster improved comprehension, collaboration, and intercultural interchange. We cordially invite research submissions that explore the areas of language policy, linguistic rights, plurilingualism, language and culture, empowerment of minority languages, intercultural communication, and innovative language pedagogies. 

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Papers which are submitted to Jurnal Arbitrer will be charged Article Processing Charge (APC) if it is ACCEPTED for publication.

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Current Issue

Vol. 11 No. 2 (2024)

The current issue of Jurnal Arbitrer brings together a diverse collection of scholarly articles from an international group of researchers hailing from the United States, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Turkey, Ukraine, Malaysia, and Indonesia (7 countries). The studies featured in this volume span a wide range of linguistic and cultural topics, offering readers a comprehensive exploration of contemporary issues in these fields which include ethical compliance in translation, gender stereotypes in language, language vitality, cultural perspectives in translation, ecolinguistics in tourism discourse, environmental agency in literature, syntax in ancient texts, the influence of mass media on language, and the role of metaphors in interdisciplinary contexts.

Published: 2024-06-29


Cultural Perspectives in English Translation: The Story of Crow and Snake From Panchatantra

Ahmad Ayar Afshord (Nisantasi University, Turkey)
Amin Amirdabbaghian (Universiti Malaya, Malaysia)

Page 123-130

The Influence of Mass Media on the Modern Japanese Language

Lidia Anistratenko (Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University, Ukraine)
Oksana Asadchykh (Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Ukraine)
Andrii Bukriienko (Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University, Ukraine)
Tamara Komarnytska (Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Ukraine)
Kostiantyn Komisarov (Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University, Ukraine)

Page 131-143

Vitality of Lembak Language Bengkulu City in the Dynamics of Contemporary Society

Andriadi Andriadi (UIN Fatmawati Sukarno Bengkulu, Indonesia)
Sarwit Sarwono (Universitas Bengkulu, Indonesia)

Page 144-159

Linguistic Representation of Gender Stereotypes in Spanish

Yuliia Andriychenko (Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Ukraine)
Nataliia Popova (Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Ukraine)
Nataliia Chorna (Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Ukraine)
Olena Bratel (Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Ukraine)

Page 160-171

Quantifying Nature in Tourism Discourse: A Corpus-ecolinguistic Perspective

Arina Isti'anah (Universitas Sanata Dharma, Indonesia)
Suhandano Suhandano (Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia)
Daru Winarti (Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia)

Page 172-185

Nature Speaks: Agency and Environment in Ben Okri’s The Famished Road

Olarotimi Ogungbemi (University of Texas at San Antonio, United States)

Page 186-195

The Syntax of the Genitive Case in Longus’ Novel Daphnis and Chloe

Inesa Chakal (Yuriy Fedkovych Chernivtsi National University, Ukraine)

Page 196-207


Bridging the Worlds: Metaphor in Interdisciplinary Contexts

Ike Revita (Universitas Andalas, Indonesia)
Ferdinal Ferdinal (Universitas Andalas, Indonesia)
Oktavianus Oktavianus (Universitas Andalas, Indonesia)
Gusti Asnan (Universitas Andalas, Indonesia)
Herwandi Herwandi (Universitas Andalas, Indonesia)

Page 208-227

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