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Full Title: Sociolinguistics Symposium 21

Short Title: SS21
Location: Murcia, Spain
Start Date: 15-Jun-2016 - 18-Jun-2016
Contact: Juan Manuel Hernández-Campoy
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Meeting Description: The 21th Sociolinguistics Symposium will take place in 2016 and will be hosted by the University of Murcia (Spain). Attitudes and Prestige will be the thematic orientation for Sociolinguistics Symposium 21. In addition to this major trend, contributions to any of the directions within the spectrum of the Language and Society paradigm are welcome:

Sociology of language, Social psychology of language, Discourse analysis, Conversation analysis, Ethnography of communication, Language and gender, Anthropological linguistics, Media language, Socio-stylistics, Variationist sociolinguistics, Dialectology, Geolinguistics, Historical sociolinguistics, Creole sociolinguistics, Cognitive sociolinguistics, Applied sociolinguistics, Sociolinguistic methods, etc.

Plenary Speakers:

Dennis Preston (Oklahoma State University, USA)
Rebecca Clift (University of Essex, England))
David Britain (University of Bern, Switzerland)
Laura Wright (University of Cambridge, England)
Francisco Moreno-Fernández (University of Alcalá de Henares, Spain)
Kathryn Woolard (University of California, USA)

Important Dates:

-Submission of abstracts opens: 15 July 2015
-Submission of abstracts closes: 30 September 2015
-Notification of acceptance: January 2016
-Registration opens: January 2016
-Conference takes place: 15-18 June 2016
LL Issue: 26.734

The following session(s) will be held during this meeting:
Linguistic Dimensions of Inclusion in Language Teaching
Does National Identity Influence Learner Attitudes Towards English Language Education?
Language, Mobility and the Sports Economy
The Sociolinguistics of Call Centres
Metadiscourse in Spoken Language
A Decade after Fishman’s Decalogue: Taking Stock of the Sociology of Language and Religion
Swearing and Prestige

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