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LINGUIST List 21.2603

Tue Jun 15 2010

Calls: Forensic Linguistics/International Journal of Speech... (Jrnl)

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        1.    Nicci MacLeod, International Journal of Speech, Language & the Law

Message 1: International Journal of Speech, Language & the Law
Date: 15-Jun-2010
From: Nicci MacLeod <n.macleodabdn.ac.uk>
Subject: International Journal of Speech, Language & the Law
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Full Title: International Journal of Speech, Language & the Law


Linguistic Field(s): Forensic Linguistics

Call Deadline: 15-Aug-2010

CALL FOR PhD. ABSTRACTS
The International Journal of Speech, Language and the Law invites PhD.
abstracts for possible inclusion in its pages during 2010, in Volume 17
(2). The abstracts are intended to: (a) enable those who have recently
completed a PhD. to disseminate a summary of their work amongst members of
the academic community who have an interest in language and the law; and(b)
provide journal readers with snapshots of PhD. theses which haverecently
published in the field of language and the law. If you havesuccessfully
completed a thesis on any area connected to language in legal settings
within the last 3 years, or have a PhD. award for a thesis relating to the
field pending, you are warmly invited to submit an abstract for
consideration. As with articles, all abstracts will be refereed before a
decision is made to publish and the editors' decision will be final. All
abstracts submitted should be 400-1000 words long. I regret that any
submission which is longer than 1000 words cannot be considered.

Please submit abstracts in English to Nicci MacLeod via the upload tool on
the IJSLL website:

http://www.equinoxjournals.com/ojs/index.php/IJSLL/index

When submitting, please provide the following details:

Personal details: Your name; Current full institutional address; Current
job title; Current email address (essential) and telephone number (optional).

Thesis details: The full title of the PhD. thesis; The full name and
address of the institution and department/school/faculty (as applicable)
which conferred (or will confer) the PhD. degree; Date of the award of the
degree.

Contact details (email if possible) for a supervisor or other person at
that institution who would be willing to verify the award.

Details about the abstract: A note of the size of the abstract (in words);
Up to six keywords suitable for indexing and on line search records.

Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions and I look
forward to receiving your contribution.

Call Deadline: 15-Aug-2010

Kindest regards,
Nicci MacLeod
Editor, PhD. Thesis Abstracts, IJSLL
n.macleodabdn.ac.uk


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