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LINGUIST List 18.3599

Sun Dec 02 2007

Calls: Discourse Analysis/Socioling/Text&Corpus Ling/Samara Al... (Jrnl)

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        1.    Andrey Kirillov, Samara AltLinguo E-Journal


Message 1: Samara AltLinguo E-Journal
Date: 02-Dec-2007
From: Andrey Kirillov <samaraaltlinguoyandex.ru>
Subject: Samara AltLinguo E-Journal
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Full Title: Samara AltLinguo E-Journal


Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

Subject Language(s): English

Call Deadline: 15-Dec-2007

This is the last call for papers for the second issue of Samara AltLinguo
E-Journal (http://samaraaltlinguo.narod.ru/ejournal.html).

The issue is primarily dedicated to the study of political and mass media
discourse, and narratology in mass media. However, we accept articles,
brief notes and other submissions on any topic related to General
Linguistics, Germanic Linguistics, Applied Linguistics, etc.

Formatting guidelines can be found at the following address:
http://samaraaltlinguo.narod.ru/ejournal.html.

Please submit electronically to samaraaltlinguoyandex.ru by December 15th,
2007. In case you require extra few days, please let us know via the
above-mentioned e-mail address.




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