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LINGUIST List 16.1799

Wed Jun 08 2005

Calls: Pragmatics/Poland

Editor for this issue: Maria Moreno-Rollins <marialinguistlist.org>


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        1.    Piotr Cap, Journal Call for Papers


Message 1: Journal Call for Papers
Date: 05-Jun-2005
From: Piotr Cap <strus_plyahoo.com>
Subject: Journal Call for Papers



Full Title: Lodz Papers in Pragmatics (LPP)


Linguistic Field(s): Pragmatics

Subject Language(s): English

Call Deadline: 31-Dec-2005

LODZ PAPERS IN PRAGMATICS (LPP), Issue#2 (2006)

EDITOR: Piotr Cap (University of Lodz)

ASSISTANT EDITOR:
Iwona Witczak-Plisiecka (University of Lodz)

BOARD OF CONSULTING EDITORS:
Anna Duszak (Warsaw)
Bruce Fraser (Boston)
Sachiko Ide (Tokyo)
Richard W. Janney (Munich)
Katarzyna M. Jaszczolt (Cambridge,UK)
Adam Jaworski (Cardiff)
Henryk Kardela (Lublin)
Barbara Kryk-Kastovsky (Poznan)
Kazimierz Michalewski (Lodz)
John Newman (Alberta)
Wiaczeslaw Nowikow (Lodz)
Michal Post (Wroclaw)
Gunter Senft (Nijmegen)
Ken P. Turner (Brighton)
Zenon Weigt (Lodz)

GUIDELINES FOR CONTRIBUTORS:
The length of submitted articles should be no more than 10,000 words; book
reviews up to 5,000 words. All submissions should be made electronically as
e-mail attachments (in Word for Windows .doc files or compatible) at the
following address: LPPuni.lodz.pl. Upon acceptance, a disk and two copies
of the manuscript should be submitted, printed on one side of A4 or
letter-size paper, with 3 cm margins on all sides. The text should be
double-spaced throughout, including quotes, data examples, references and
notes. All pages should be numbered. Non-English words should be italicized
or underlined with glosses in single quotation marks.
All papers should include an abstract of no more than 200 words and up to
six key words. Citations in the text should give the name of the
author/editor, the year of publication, and page reference (for quoted
material only), all in parentheses, for example: (Jones 1989: 199). For
quoted material, apply single quotes throughout except for quotes within
quotes where double quotation marks should be applied. Use et al. for more
than two authors. The reference section should contain all works cited in
the text, and only those, and they must be listed in alphabetical order of
author/editor, with complete bibliographical detail. Journal and book
titles must be given in full and must be italicized. Page references must
be given for articles in books and journals.
In the case of book reviews, full bibliographical data (author's/editor's
name, title, place of publication, publisher, date, number of pages) should
precede the critique.

ADDRESS FOR CORRESPONDENCE AND SUBMISSIONS:

All submissions should be made electronically at LPPuni.lodz.pl. Upon
acceptance, please submit your contribution (2 hard copies and a disk) to
either editor at the following postal address:

Lodz Papers in Pragmatics (LPP)
Department of Pragmatics
University of Lodz
Al. Kosciuszki 65
PL-90-514 Lodz
Poland

For enquiries and/or comments, please use the following e-mail addresses:

(Piotr Cap) strus_plyahoo.com
(Iwona Witczak-Plisiecka) wipiwuni.lodz.pl




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