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Sun Jul 18 2010

Calls: Pragmatics/Japan

Editor for this issue: Di Wdzenczny <dilinguistlist.org>

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        1.    Hiroaki Tanaka, 13th Annual Conference of Pragmatics Society of Japan

Message 1: 13th Annual Conference of Pragmatics Society of Japan
Date: 17-Jul-2010
From: Hiroaki Tanaka <psj.secretarygmail.com>
Subject: 13th Annual Conference of Pragmatics Society of Japan
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Full Title: 13th Annual Conference of Pragmatics Society of Japan
Short Title: PSJ 13

Date: 04-Dec-2010 - 05-Dec-2010
Location: Osaka, Japan
Contact Person: Hiroaki Tanaka
Meeting Email: psj.secretarygmail.com
Web Site: http://wwwsoc.nii.ac.jp/psj4/

Linguistic Field(s): Pragmatics

Call Deadline: 20-Aug-2010

Meeting Description:

We are pleased to announce that the Pragmatics Society of Japan is
accepting an application of paper presentation for 13th Annual Conference
to be held at Kansai University in Osaka Prefecture on Dec. 4th and 5st of

The Special Lecture will be given by the invited speaker, Dr. Malcolm
Coulthard, Aston University, UK). We also planning to organize a special
symposium, spoken by three invited speakers and a designated discussant,
titled 'Pragmatics from Language Function.'

Call For Papers

-Date: Dec. 4th and 5st 2010
-Place: Kansai University, Osaka, Japan
-The deadline for submitting abstracts: August, 20th, 2010
-Notification of the result of selection: by October
-Submissions: Submissions should be sent to: psj.presentationgmail.com
Contact Person: Tetsuharu Koyama

Kyoto Notre Dam University, Center for International Programs (1, Minami-
Nonogamicho, Shimogmo, Sakyo-Ku, Kyoto 606-0847, Japan,

Please note that applicants should specify the area of the presentation and
the language(English or Japanese) you are going to use in the
presentation, and give 5 key phrases which may characterize the paper.

Submission of Abstract:
Abstracts for paper presentation are invited on any aspects of pragmatic
analysis from a variety of fields, including historical pragmatics, cognitive
pragmatics, interface of pragmatics and other disciplines, interlanguage
pragmatics, social pragmatics, comparative or contrastive pragmatics
studies. All abstracts (which must be in English) must be submitted
electrically, as attachment files in MS Word format (and if possible in PDF
format) to the following address: psj.presentationgmail.com

The guidelines for abstract submission:
1. Authors should not include their names or otherwise reveal their identity
anywhere in the abstract title.
2. The length of an abstract should be approximately 500 words, not
including references, figures, and/or graphs. The maximum length of the
abstract is two pages.
3. The (principal) author's full name must be used as a filename.
4. The body of the e-mail message must contain the following information:
a. title of a paper
b. name(s) of author(s)?Please write your family name in BOLD LETTERS?
c. affiliation(s) of author(s)
d. e-mail address(es) of author(s)
e. postal address of the (principal) author
f. type of paper presentation: lecture, or poster, or workshop (accepted only
for a group application with three or four presentations)
5. The header (subject) of the e-mail should be ''Abstract Submission for
11th Annual Conference of PSJ''.
6. To ensure proper review, applicants are asked to specify the area(s) of
pragmatic research addressed by the paper, by choosing one or two from
the list below:
1. deixis and reference
2. pragmatic inference
3. speech act
4. politeness and socio-linguistic approaches
5. cognitive linguistic approaches
6. relevance theory
7. pragmatics and grammar
8. discourse analytic approaches
9. CA , ethnomethodology
10. historical pragmatics
11. others

7. Applicants are also asked to give 5 key phrases which may help
characterize the paper.

Organizing Committee:
Masa-aki Yamanashi (President)(Kyoto University)
Susumu Kubo (Vice President)(Matsuyama University)
Hiroaki Tanaka (Secretary General)(Kyoto Institute of Technology)
Yoshihiro Nishimitsu (Chair, Organizing Committee)(Kobe university,

Organizing Committee Members: Isao Higashimori, Kairi Igarashi, Tetsuharu
Koyama, Hideo Tominaga, Toru Hiratsuka, Yukiko Moriyama, Mitsuyo
Suzuki, Shunichiro Nagatomo, Shigehiro Haruki, Yu Wei
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