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Mon Sep 24 2007

Calls: Discourse Analysis/Semantics/Sociolinguistics/Issues in...(Jrnl)

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Message 1: Issues in Political Discourse Analysis
Date: 22-Sep-2007
From: Issues in Political Discourse Analysis <ipdaindiana.edu>
Subject: Issues in Political Discourse Analysis
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Full Title: Issues in Political Discourse Analysis

Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis

Call Deadline: 30-Nov-2007

***** Call For Submissions *****

* In memory of Professor Efurosibina Emmanuel Adegbija,
Professor of English Linguistics (1952- 2005) *

Call: http://www.indiana.edu/~ipda/Adegbija/adegbija_call.html
Biography: http://www.indiana.edu/~ipda/Adegbija/biography.html

We also invite submissions for our regular issues on an ongoing basis.
Please visit our website for information on article submissions:

Call For Submissions

In memory of Professor Efurosibina Emmanuel Adegbija,
Professor of English Linguistics (1952-­ 2005).

As many of you are aware, Professor Efurosibina Emmanuel Adegbija passed on
January 8, 2005. He was a distinguished professor of English linguistics,
an excellent scholar and astute academic whose academic career spanned a
period of twenty-eight years. He continues to be remembered for his
dedication to academia and his several publications which include five full
length books, six edited books, and thirty-one chapters in books and
journal articles that continue to serve as excellent reference materials in
the academic community nationally and internationally. A detailed biography
and list of publications for Professor Adegbija can be viewed at

It is to honour this great academic that the editors of the international
journals Issues in Political Discourse Analysis
<http://www.indiana.edu/~ipda> and Issues in Intercultural Communication
<http://www.indiana.edu/~iic> invite teachers, colleagues, students, and
friends of Professor Adegbija to contribute to a joint publication of
special editions to be dedicated in his memory.

Contributions are invited for publication in special editions of the Issues
in Political Discourse Analysis and Issues in Intercultural Communication.
Contributions are particularly sought from any of the several areas of
research interests of Professor Adegbija, which span across the focus of
both the IPDA and the IIC. They include:

* Writing/Use of English
* English a Second Language
* Semantics
* Pragmatics
* Language Contact
* Discourse Analysis
* Applied English Linguistics
* Language Learning and teaching
* Language Education
* Language Policy and Language Planning
* Language Attitudes
* Sociolinguistics

Interested contributors are encouraged to make use of the journal's
guidelines for authors (http://www.indiana.edu/~ipda/contributors.html) for
their submissions.

Submissions must be received by November 30, 2007 and should include
author's contact information. All submissions will be peer reviewed and
contributors will be contacted for revisions where necessary. Publication
of these special editions is anticipated for March 2008.

Please direct all inquiries and submissions to Samuel Gyasi Obeng and
Beverly Hartford, Issues in Political Discourse Analysis and Issues in
Intercultural Communications (general editors) at ipdaindiana.edu or
Christine I. Ofulue (guest editor) at cofuluenou.edu.ng or

For more information about the journals, please visit
http://www.indiana.edu/~ipda and http://www.indiana.edu/~iic.

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