LINGUIST List 13.2776

Mon Oct 28 2002

Calls: Taiwan TESOL Journal/Trilingualism

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  1. Kenneth Dickson, Taiwan Journal of TESOL
  2. fipceirj, Triligualism, Ireland

Message 1: Taiwan Journal of TESOL

Date: Sat, 26 Oct 2002 05:33:26 -0400
From: Kenneth Dickson <KenDickson98HOTMAIL.COM>
Subject: Taiwan Journal of TESOL

Call for Papers

Taiwan Journal of TESOL

The deadlines for submissions to the spring issue and the fall issue
are Feb. 1 and August 1. However, we welcome papers all year round.

Notes for Contributors

E-mail submissions are accepted at TESOLmail.english.nccu.edu.tw and
hardcopy submissions should be sent, in triplicate and a soft copy on
disk, to:

Editors, Taiwan Journal of TESOL
The Department of English
National Chengchi University
Wenshan, Taipei, Taiwan 116, ROC

Taiwan Journal of TESOL publishes one volume per year, with a Spring
issue and a Fall issue. Manuscripts must be typed in Word (6.0 or
above) and should not exceed 30 pages single-spaced. Manuscripts will
be sent to two reviewers immediately. The author(s) of each paper will
receive five copies of the journal issue when the paper is published.

Manuscripts initially submitted to Taiwan Journal of TESOL may follow
the style sheet of any established linguistics or TESOL
journal. However, once accepted for publication, an article must
conform strictly to the Taiwan Journal of TESOL style sheet, which is
the same as that of Language and Linguistics, another linguistics
journal published in Taiwan. Please note the following conventions:

1. Start the sections from 1 and order subsections as follows:

1.

 1.1

 1.1.1

2. Number examples as follows:

(1)

(2) a.

b.

Examples should be numbered consecutively throughout the whole paper.

Use straight quote to indicate prime, e.g., a'.

3. Use footnotes, not endnotes. Use an asterisk at the end of the title to
refer to a footnote of acknowledgments. Numbers of other footnotes,
starting from 1, should also run consecutively throughout the whole paper.

4. The font used is Times New Roman (12pt). Use italic or bold for emphasis.

5. Use the following citation formats: Smith (1991), Smith (1991:234 ),
(Smith 1991), (Smith 1991:234).

6. Examples of references (note the use of punctuation marks within
references):

Abney, Steven P., and Mark Johnson. 1991. Memory requirements and local
ambiguities of parsing strategies. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research
20:233-250.

Babyonyshev, Maria. 1996. Structural Connections in Syntax and Parsing:
Studies in Russian and Japanese. Cambridge: MIT dissertation.

Babyonyshev, Maria and Edward Gibson. 1995. Processing overload in
Japanese. Papers on Language and Acquisition, ed. by Carson T. Schutze,
Jennifer B. Ganger, and Kevin Broihier, 1-35. MIT Working Papers in
Linguistics 26. Cambridge: MIT.

Chomsky, Noam. 1957. Syntactic Structures. The Hague: Mouton.

Chomsky, Noam. 1965. Aspects of the Theory of Syntax. Cambridge: MIT Press.

Gibson, Edward, and Kara Ko. 1998. An integration-based theory of
computational resources. Paper presented at the 4th Architectures and
Mechanisms in Language Processing Conference. Germany: University of
Freiburg.
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Message 2: Triligualism, Ireland

Date: Sun, 27 Oct 2002 03:06:33 +0000
From: fipceirj <fipceirjvc.ehu.es>
Subject: Triligualism, Ireland


3rd INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON THIRD LANGUAGE ACQUISITION AND TRILINGUALISM

Short Title: TLA AND TRILINGUALISM
Location: TRALEE, IRELAND
Date: 04-Sep-2003 - 06-Sep-2003
Call Deadline: 31-Dec-2002
Web Site: http://www.spz.tu-darmstadt.de/L3/
Contact Person: Muiris O' Laoire
Meeting Email: molaoireeircom.net
Linguistic Subfield(s): Language Acquisition


Meeting Description: 

During the last years the research area of third language acquisition
has established itself as a field of its own by considerably focusing
on the differences from second language acquisition research. This
conference will provide an interdisciplinary forum, bringing together
linguistic, psychological, social and educational aspects of third
language learning. The learning of additional languages will also be
addressed.

				
CALL FOR PAPERS

Organizers welcome papers on psycholinguistic, sociolinguistic and
educational aspects of third language acquisition and trilingualism.
Please send your abstract (up to 300 words) and one separate page
stating:

1. the title
2. audiovisual/computer requirements
3. for each author: full name and affiliation, address, e-mail address
 and fax number


THE DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION OF ABSTRACTS IS DECEMBER 31ST, 2002

PLEASE SEND YOUR ABSTRACT TO:

Dr. Muiris O Laoire 
Institute of Technology
(north Campus)
Tralee, Co Kerry Ireland
molaoireeircom.net

PLENARY SPEAKERS:

Colin Baker, University of Wales
Michael Clyne, University of Melbourne
Elana Shohamy, Tel Aviv University & Bernard Spolsky (Bar-Ilan University)


ORGANIZING COMMITTEE:

Jasone Cenoz (University of the Basque Country, Spain)
Britta Hufeisen (Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany)
Ulrike Jessner (University of Innsbruck, Austria) 
For further information please visit the conference homepage at:
http://www.spz.tu-darmstadt.de/L3/
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