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LINGUIST List 17.3233

Tue Nov 07 2006

Calls: Applied Ling, Discourse Analysis, Sociolinguistics/China

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        1.    Li Song, CAFIC & IAICS Conference 2007


Message 1: CAFIC & IAICS Conference 2007
Date: 05-Nov-2006
From: Li Song <slhrb126.com>
Subject: CAFIC & IAICS Conference 2007


Full Title: CAFIC & IAICS Conference 2007
Short Title: CAFIC & IAICS Conference

Date: 22-Jun-2007 - 24-Jun-2007
Location: Harbin, Heilongjiang Province, China
Contact Person: Yuxin JIa
Meeting Email: j.yuxingmail.com
Web Site: http://www.trinity.edu/org/ics/Harbin-conference-07.html

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Discourse Analysis; Sociolinguistics

Call Deadline: 20-Feb-2007

Meeting Description:

An international conference on intercultural communication will be jointly
organized by the International Association for Intercultural Communication
Studies (IAICS) and China Association for Intercultural Communication (CAFIC)and
hosted by Harbin Institute of Technology on 22- 24 June, 2007.
For details of the conference theme, suggested topics and submission, please
refer to the detailed call-for-papers. More information is available and will
be updated at the conference websites http://www.2007iaics.com and
http://www.trinity.edu/org/ics/. We will update the information as we proceed
with the preparation. Enquires about the conference should be sent to
j.yuxingmail.com.

Harmony, Diversity and Intercultural Communication

Call for Papers

China Association for Intercultural Communication
International Association for Intercultural Communication Studies

Harbin Institute of Technology, Harbin, PR China
June 22-24, 2007

From ''the age of discovery'' to this millennium, globalization has been
underway and it has dramatically altered the relations and connections between
peoples from different cultural background. The intensification of technological
change across telecommunication and human interactions presents new political,
cultural, and moral dilemmas and opportunities. Social change, cultural
differences, identity, uncertainty, diversity and world order in the process of
global communication demand fresh perspectives and new systems of explanation.
In such rapidly changing world, communication plays a much more important role
today than ever before: People from different cultural backgrounds are actively
using the appropriation of communication resources to construct their cultural
and social right, style, and identity. Communicative resources thus become an
integral part of an individual's symbolic and social capital, which can be every
bit as essential as real property resources were once considered to be.
Therefore, to understand and develop intercultural knowledge and skills become
most critical for a productive and successful life in the 21st century.

China Association and the International Association for Intercultural
Communication Studies (CAFIC and IAICS) are now soliciting submissions for the
International Conference on Intercultural Communication to be held on June
22-24, 2007 in Harbin Institute of Technology, Harbin, China. Papers reflecting
diverse theoretical perspectives in both quantitative and qualitative
methodological approaches are encouraged. Suggested conference topics include:

- Advertising;
- Approaches to intercultural Communication study;
- Business communication across cultures;
- Communication accommodation;
- Communication and globalization;
- Communication education;
- Computer mediated communication;
- Conflict and negotiation;
- Crisis management;
- Cross-cultural adaptation;
- Cultural and linguistic diversity;
- Cultural identity and globalisation;
- Digital communication;
- Ethnicity and communication;
- Group/organizational communication across cultures;
- Harmony and Diversity;
- Health communication across cultures;
- Information technology and culture;
- Interpersonal/intercultural communication;
- Intercultural/global communication competence;
- Language and cultural Education;
- Language and media;
- Language and society;
- Language attitude;
- Language change and language stability;
- Language policy;
- Media and culture;
- Media literacy;
- Rhetoric studies;
- Risk communication across cultures;
- Theory of intercultural communication from different perspectives;
- Research methodology in intercultural communication studies;
- Translation theory;
- Verbal/nonverbal communication across cultures.

Guideline for Submissions:

Categories: Abstract, panel proposal, and workshop proposal may be accepted:

Abstract: 150-200 words in English. Please check below for the format of the
abstract.

Panel proposal: Panel proposals reflecting the conference theme may be
submitted. All panel proposals should provide a 300-word rationale and 150-250
word abstract of each panelist's paper.
Workshop: Workshop proposals relevant to the conference theme may be submitted.
Proposal is expected to be 3-5 pages in length, single-spaced.

Deadline: Please submit the abstract, the complete panel proposal, and the
complete workshop proposal online as MS Word attachment by Feb.20, 2007. All
submissions will be carefully reviewed. Full papers have to be submitted by May
20, 2007. IAICS will devote two issues of its journal, Intercultural
Communication Studies, to including qualified papers from the conference.

Conference language: English and Chinese

International scholars please email your submission to:

Professor Robert N. St. Clair
University of Louisville, USA
Email: Robert.st.clairlouisville.edu

Chinese scholars please email your submission to:

Professor Yuxin Jia
Harbin Institute of Technology, Harbin, PR China
Email: j.yuxingmail.com
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