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Message 1: 2nd International Conference on Discourse, Communication and the Enterprise

Date: Sat, 01 Nov 2003 18:59:14 +0000
From: framallo <framallouvigo.es>
Subject: 2nd International Conference on Discourse, Communication and the Enterprise


2nd International Conference on Discourse, Communication and the
Enterprise
Short Title: DICOEN 2003

Date: 12-NOV-03 - 14-NOV-03
Location: Vigo, Galicia, Spain
Contact: Fernando Ramallo
Contact Email: framallouvigo.es 
Meeting URL: http://www.uvigo.es/webs/ssl/DICOEN/

Linguistic Sub-field: Discourse Analysis 

Meeting Description:

Second International Conference on Discourse, Communication and
Enterprise (DICOEN2003)

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November 12-14, 2003
Vigo, Spain
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Conference website: http://webs.uvigo.es/ssl/DICOEN
Email: dicoen2003uvigo.es

http://webs.uvigo.es/ssl/DICOEN

PROGRAMME
 
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12th

9.00h	Reception

9.30h	Inaugural session

10.00h	Plenary lecture: Norman FAIRCLOUGH 
Critical discourse analysis and change in management discourse and
ideology: a transdisciplinary approach

11.00h	Coffee break

11.30h 
Eduardo J. MARCOS CAMILO
Symbolic fights among commercial brands: the advertising conflicts
Beverly SAUER
Gesture and the (workplace) Imagination: What gesture reveals about
management's attitudes in post-apratheid South Africa

12.00h
M� Lourdes JUNCAL SOAGE
Strategic language in web site's advertisements by network companies
Gabriella DJERRAHIAN
AMID policy and practice: Strategizing language and discourse in the
changing work place

12.30h
Lara GARC�A �LVAREZ
The discourse of Turespa�a's new advertising campaig 'Spain marks'
Gabriela PREGO, Luzia DOMINGUEZ & Esperanza MORALES
Discourse Analysis applied to communicative problems in
client/professional interaction: the example of a pioneering case
study in Galicia

13.00h	
Paul B. BICK
Toward dialectic discourse in advertising: McDonalds, adbusters and
the subvertising of corporate american culture
Caroline LIPOVSKY
Self-presentation in cross-cultural job interviews

13.30h	
Jolanta KOWALSKA
Communicative purpose in written advertisements: The relationship
between language and context
Elizabeth YONG
Entrepreneurial young engineers: collaborative discourse and power in
an entrepreeurial skills program for undergraduates

14.00h	Lunch
 
16.30h	
Piotr CAP
Deductive andinductive determinism of Discourse Analysis: A
pragmatic-cognitive approach
Ant�nio M.S. AVELAR
Discursive strategies vs. marketing strategy

17.00h	
Faiz S. ABDULLAH
Mediatised Malaysian identities in the new global order
Luisanna FODDE, Riccardo DELISA, Olga DENTI & Francesca LEMME
New economy, communication and corpus-based research: A
multi-disciplinary approach to digital economic texts

17.30h	
Sathiadevi KANAGASABAI & Fauziah KAMARUDDIN
Language and culture in Malaysian banking advertisements
Carlos A.M. GOUVEIA
Power, control and the globalisation of consumer-oriented practices
and attitudes in the internet

18.00h	Coffee break
	
18.30h
Paulo CORTES GAGO & Sonia BITTENCOURT SOLVEIRA
The co-construction of the transition relevance place in Brazilian
consumer's product safety comission meeting: some structural
properties of institutional interaction in conflict situation
Mar�a Jes�s PINAR SANZ
Political advertising discourse: A Critical Discourse Analysis
approach to election campaign advertisements

19.00h
Fabienne A. POMPILIUS
What alter says and ego hears: a discourse perspective on control,
trust and information
Andr� Ricardo NUNES MARTINS
The textual representation of the minorities in the press discourse
 
THURSDAY, 13 NOVEMBER

9.30h	
Attila BRUNI & Laura Lucia PAROLIN
Technological objects through discourse: a case study from the field
of telemedicine
Maria Jos� MONTEIRO MARTINS
Social values in business discourse

10.00h	
Marcel BURGER
When media information becomes a business: the case of TV-debates
Kim SLEURS
Ethnographic writing research in a business context: preformulation in
press releases

10.30h	
Luminita COCARTA
Discursive practices in manuals for business professionals 
Dorien Van De MIEROOP
The unofficial goals of business speeches

11.00h	Coffee break
	
11.30h	
Danielle TOLEDO PEREIRA
An�lisis del discurso de los gu�as de turismo y de museos en la ciudad
de S�o Paulo y su necesidad de saber lengua espa�ola
L�via ABLONCZY-MIH�LYKA
The influence of English as a global language over the vocabulary of
business communication in Italian

12.00h
Sarah KARINGE
Development communication and the African discourse for growth	 
Anik� TOMPOS
Short reports in business and other professional fields

12.30h
Maria Regina MIRANDA MAYER
Interaction lawyer X judge in appeals 
Mar�a �ngeles ORTS
Mobbing, holding, leasing: The lexical jungle in English ans its role
in the Spanish business world

13.00h	Plenary lecture: Cynthia HARDY
The power of discourse 

14.00h	Lunch
 
16.30h	 
Valeria BRANCO MOREIRA
Communicative purposes, discourse communities and genres of discourse
at a workplace: reporting the adventures and misadventures of a
discourse researcher in a brazilian company
Michael PEARCE
The marketisation of discourse about education in UK general election
manifestos

17.00h	
Sorina CHIPER
Under western eyes: Westernising the discourse of romanian
universities
Leila BARBARA & Tony BERBER SARDINHA
Chunks in meetings

17.30h Presentation of the journal Critical Discourse Studies
(Conference Room)
Norman Fairclough

18.00h	Coffee break
	
18.30h	
Carminda SILVESTRE
Representations, executives and rationality: locating thinking in
gender
Mauro T.B. SOBHIE
Stages in business-to-business brochures 

19.00h
Maria do Carmo LEITE DE OLIVEIRA & Jos� Roberto GOMES DA SILVA
The composition of a participant view for the management of
organizational communication
Orlando VIAN Jr.
A functional genre-based approach to teaching business language

19.30h
Almut J. KOESTER
Negotiating dominance in procedural discourse: instruction in office
conversations
Renata RIBEIRO de ANDRADE
English for flight attendants

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14th
	
9.30h
Calin GURAU & Yvonne McLAREN
The online communication model of UK biotech firms: Matching
communication functions with target audiences' needs
Christine RAISANEN
Learning to know & knowing to learn: discursive practices as knowledge
enablers

10.00h
Bego�a JAMARDO SU�REZ
The power of non-verbal language in intercultural negotiations 
Andreas P. M�LLER
Communicative genres and forms - A two-level approach for the study of
organizational talk

10.30h	
Richard W. HALLETT & Judith KAPLAN-WEINGER
Social transformations of identity: A Critical Discourse Analysis of
baltic tourims websites in the post-soviet context
Marcelo SCHENK DE AZAMBUJA
Communication for quality: Tthe discourse behavior in the
organizations

11.00h	Coffee break

11.30h	
U-maporn KARDKARNKLAI
Conflict-softening in Thai-Japanese business discourse
Cleusa M� ANDRADE SCROFERNEKER
(Re) pensando la comunicaci�n en las organizaciones

12.00h
Yvonne McLAREN & Calin GURAU
Evaluation, point of view and PowderJect Pharmaceuticals plc: A study
of conflicting messages in a corpus of business texts
Estrella MONTOL�O
La comunicaci�n escrita como habilidad profesional b�sica en las �reas
tecnol�gicas. El caso de los inform�ticos de los servicios centrales
de La Caixa

13.00h	Plenary lecture: Eija VENTOLA
Interactional management and presentation skills in business contexts
- Can discourse analysis contribute and, if so, how?

14.00h	Closing session

21.00h	CONFERENCE DINNER

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15th
16.00h	Outing through the ''Rias Baixas''
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