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LINGUIST List 17.3030

Mon Oct 16 2006

Calls: Applied Linguistics/Sociolinguistics

Editor for this issue: Hannah Morales <hannahlinguistlist.org>

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        1.    Pauline Bryant, Current Issues in Language Planning

Message 1: Current Issues in Language Planning
Date: 07-Oct-2006
From: Pauline Bryant <Pauline.Bryantanu.edu.au>
Subject: Current Issues in Language Planning

Full Title: Current Issues in Language Planning

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Sociolinguistics

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Language Family(ies):

Call Deadline: 30-Nov-2006

Language Planning for naming, an aspect of corpus planning, covers a broad
spectrum from laws affecting personal names, to government regulations on
toponyms, to international standards in scientific nomenclature, to
standardised naming practices by organisations and groups. This issue of
CILP will focus on both broad policy issues in polities and organisations
and on specific instances of LP in relation to naming. Papers of up to
8,000 words are invited, though short focused papers would also be
appropriate. Abstracts of about 300 words should be sent to
Pauline.Bryantanu.edu.au by 30 November 2006, and final papers by 28
February 2007. Information on Current Issues in Language Planning,
including guidelines for authors, is at www.cilp.net.

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