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Mon Aug 04 2008

Confs: Sociolinguistics/Japan

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Message 1: Linguapax Asia 2008
Date: 03-Aug-2008
From: Tasaku Tsunoda <tasakul.u-tokyo.ac.jp>
Subject: Linguapax Asia 2008
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Linguapax Asia 2008

Date: 26-Oct-2008 - 26-Oct-2008
Location: Tokyo, Japan
Contact: Frances Fister-Stoga
Contact Email: fisterstogaf.email.ne.jp
Meeting URL: http://www.linguapax-asia.org

Linguistic Field(s): Sociolinguistics

Meeting Description:

Linguapax Asia 2008
Language and Propaganda: The Uses of Linguistic Influence
University of Tokyo Komaba Campus

Linguapax Asia works in partnership with the Linguapax Institute, a
non-governmental organization affiliated with UNESCO and located in Barcelona,
Spain. In its role as the Asian associate of the Linguapax Institute, Linguapax
Asia carries out the objectives of both the Linguapax Institute and UNESCO's
Linguapax Project with a special focus on Asia and the Pacific rim.

The topic of the 2008 conference is the interface of language and propaganda and
the ways in which perceptions and behaviors can be managed through words. Within
this general theme, linguistic propaganda will be explored in its pedagogical,
historical, and social frameworks.

For further information and past events please visit our site at
www.linguapax-asia.org.
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