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LINGUIST List 19.1041

Sun Mar 30 2008

Confs: Discourse Analysis, Ling Theories, Text/Corpus Ling/Japan

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        1.    Keizo Nanri, JASFL 2008 Spring Meeting

Message 1: JASFL 2008 Spring Meeting
Date: 24-Mar-2008
From: Keizo Nanri <keizo-nanricc.oita-u.ac.jp>
Subject: JASFL 2008 Spring Meeting
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JASFL 2008 Spring Meeting

Date: 19-Apr-2008 - 19-Apr-2008
Location: Hachioji, Japan
Contact: Makoto
Contact Email: makotodpc.aichi-gakuin.ac.jp

Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis; Linguistic Theories; Text/Corpus
Linguistics; Translation

Meeting Description:

JASFL 2008 Spring Meeting
Venue: Kyorin University, Hachioji-shi, Tokyo, Japan
Date: Saturday, 19 April, 2008
Theme: Systemic Application and Future Directions in Text Analysis

JASFL 2008 Spring Meeting will be held at Kyorin University in Japan on 19 April
this year. The theme of this meeting is 'Systemic Application and Future
Directions in Text Analysis.' The meeting will be held in Japanese.



Opening & 'Text structure analyses hidden in systemic theory'
Keizo Nanri (Oita University)

'Rethinking nominalization in Japanese/English translation'
Mikako Naganuma (Rikkyo University)

Transitivity, thematic structure, and cohesion in classical Chinese'
Katsuyuki Sato (Mukogawa Women's University)

Coffee break

'Text analysis from interpersonal viewpoints'
Hiroshi Funamoto (Hokuriku University)

Difficulties and problems in appraisal analysis: who evaluates appraisals?'
Masamichi Washitake (Aichigakuen University)

Coffee break

General discussion: future directions

Registration is free of charge to JASFL members. Non-members are required to
pay 5000 yen and join JASFL.

For more information, please contact Makoto Sasaki
(makotodpc.aichi-gakuin.ac.jp) or Kazuyoshi Iwamoto (iwamotokyorin-u.ac.jp).

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