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Mon Mar 24 2008

Calls: Sociolinguistics/The Linguistics Journal (Jrnl)

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Message 1: The Linguistics Journal
Date: 23-Mar-2008
From: John Adamson <johnadamson253hotmail.com>
Subject: The Linguistics Journal
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Full Title: The Linguistics Journal


Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

Call Deadline: 31-Dec-2008

Call for submissions - forthcoming special issue of The Linguistics Journal
Language, Culture and Identity in Asia

The Linguistics Journal http://www.linguistics-journal.com/index.php
invites submissions of articles to be considered for publication in a
forthcoming special issue of the Journal entitled Language, Culture and
Identity in Asia, scheduled for publication in August 2009.

This edition focuses on sociolinguistic approaches to the investigation of
Language, Culture and Identity in Asia. Articles can be on, but are not
restricted to, topics like:

Bilingualism
Code-switching
Endangered languages
Language and identity
Language attitudes
Language policy
Language revitalization
Language shift and language maintenance
Languages in contact
Minority languages

The geographical area includes all Asian countries including the Middle
East. We welcome research on sociolinguistic issues in languages other than
English as well as research on English as a Second or Foreign Language in
the contexts concerned. We would also welcome theoretical or review papers.

In order to assist planning, authors are requested to send expressions of
interest or requests for further information to the corresponding editor,
cfcavallarontu.edu.sg. The closing date for receipt of first drafts of
papers for this special issue is December 31st 2008. All papers will be
subject to the normal peer review process of the Journal. The expected
deadline for submission of final versions is May 31st 2009. We welcome
submission by email. For submission guidelines, please follow this link:
http://www.linguistics-journal.com/submission_guide.php

Please submit papers for this special issue to:

Dr Francesco Cavallaro,
Division of Linguistics and Multilingual Studies,
School of Humanities and Social Sciences,
Nanyang Technological University
cfcavallarontu.edu.sg

Call Deadline: Dec 31st, 2008





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