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LINGUIST List 20.2103

Sun Jun 07 2009

Calls: General Ling/Chinese Language and Discourse (Jrnl)

Editor for this issue: Hannah Morales <hannahlinguistlist.org>

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        1.    Paul Peranteau, Chinese Language and Discourse

Message 1: Chinese Language and Discourse
Date: 07-Jun-2009
From: Paul Peranteau <paulbenjamins.com>
Subject: Chinese Language and Discourse
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Full Title: Chinese Language and Discourse: An International and Interdisciplinary Journal

Linguistic Field(s): Chinese, Mandarin;Discourse Analysis;General Linguistics;Sociolinguistics

Call Deadline: 01-Jan-2011

Open call for papers

John Benjamins Publishing announces a new journal to be published in 2010.

Chinese Language and Discourse
An International and Interdisciplinary Journal
Edited by K. K. Luke, Hongyin Tao and Li Wei
Nanyang Technological University & University of Hong Kong /
University of California, Los Angeles / University of London

A peer reviewed journal which seeks to publish original work on Chinese and
related languages, with a focus on current topics in Chinese discourse
studies. The notion of discourse is a broad one, emphasizing an empirical
orientation and encompassing such linguistic fields as language and
society, language and culture, language and social interaction, discourse
and grammar, communication studies, and contact linguistics. Special
emphasis is placed on systematic documentation of Chinese usage patterns
and methodological innovations in explaining Chinese and related languages
from a wide range of functionalistic perspectives, including, but not
limited to, those of Conversation Analysis, sociolinguistics, corpus
linguistics, grammaticalization, cognitive linguistics, typological and
comparative studies. The journal also publishes review articles as well as
discussion topics. Exchanges of research views between authors and readers
are also encouraged.

ISSN: 1877-7031 / E-ISSN: 1877-8798

Editorial board
Yung-O Biq, National Taiwan Normal University
Ping Chen, The University of Queensland
Kawai Chui, National Chengchi University
Patricia A. Duff, University of British Columbia
Gu Yueguo, The Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing
Jiansheng Guo, California State University East Bay
Agnes Weiyun He, State University of New York
Shuanfan Huang, National Taiwan University
Zhuo Jing-Schmidt, University of Oregon
Edward McDonald, The University of Auckland
Jerome Packard, University of Illinois
Yuling Pan, The U.S. Census Bureau, Washington D.C.
Jiaxuan Shen, The Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing
Lily I-wen Su, National Taiwan University
Chao Fen Sun, Stanford University
Hao Sun, Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne
Sandra A. Thompson, University of Calfornia, Santa Barbara
Richard Zhonghua Xiao, Edge Hill University, Lancashire
Daming Xu, Nanjing University
Zhu Hua, University of London
Reviews Editor
Daniel Z. Kadar, Hungarian Academy of Sciences

Open call for papers. Chinese Language and Discourse invites submissions
on relevant topics. Please contact the journal's editors:
K. K. Luke: kklukentu.edu.sg
Hongyin Tao: taohumnet.ucla.edu
Li Wei: li.weibbk.ac.uk

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