LINGUIST List 13.2178

Tue Aug 27 2002

Calls: Academic Interaction

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Message 1: CFP: Academic Interaction

Date: Tue, 27 Aug 2002 12:12:47 +1000
From: Helen Marriott <Helen.Marriottarts.monash.edu.au>
Subject: CFP: Academic Interaction



Call for papers on Academic Interaction

The first issue of the Journal of Asian Pacific Communication (JAPC)
in 2003 will be on Academic Interaction from both cross-cultural and
intercultural perspectives and will be concerned principally with
contexts of study abroad. It is expected that the issue will include
papers covering L1 and L2 students' use of electronic technology from
a language management perspective, students integration of sources
into their written texts, L1 and L2 argumentation, Japanese exchange
students in Australia, and communication networks and second language
acquisition. As a number of papers will deal with Australian and
Japanese students in an Australian context, papers covering other
countries and groups are especially invited. Researchers who are
interested in submitting a paper that fits in with the theme of
academic interaction are invited to send their paper to: Associate
Professor Helen Marriott (special issue editor) by 1 December, 2002.
I would appreciate knowing in advance the title of possible papers and
expected submission dates. Please send any enquiries relating to this
issue to me at Helen.Marriottarts.monash.edu.au

 Address for papers:

Associate Professor Helen Marriott

School of Languages, Cultures and Linguistics

POBox 11A, Monash University, Victoria 3800,

AUSTRALIA

The Managing Editor of JAPC is Dr Herbert D. Pierson
(piersonhstjohns.edu), St John's University, New York.

 Helen Marriott
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