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Sun Aug 22 2010

Confs: Pragmatics, Socioling, Discourse Analysis/Japan

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        1.    Etsuko Oishi, 3rd One-day Workshop on Pragmatics

Message 1: 3rd One-day Workshop on Pragmatics
Date: 12-Aug-2010
From: Etsuko Oishi <etsukofujijoshi.ac.jp>
Subject: 3rd One-day Workshop on Pragmatics
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3rd One-day Workshop on Pragmatics

Date: 09-Sep-2010 - 09-Sep-2010
Location: Sapporo, Japan
Contact: Etsuko Oishi
Contact Email: etsukofujijoshi.ac.jp
Meeting URL: http://dept.fujijoshi.ac.jp/ecce/workshop_2010.html

Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis; Pragmatics; Sociolinguistics

Meeting Description:

3rd One-day Workshop on Pragmatics: Context, Contextualization and
Entextualization, at Fuji Women's University in Sapporo

Date:
9th of September, 2010
Plenary Speaker:
Anita Fetzer, University of Wuerzburg,

Organized by:
Department of English Language and Culture, Fuji Women's University, Kita 16
Nishi 2, Kita-ku,
Sapporo, 001-0016, Japan

The goal of this workshop is to examine the complexity of context (and its
multifaceted and multilayered nature) and communicative acts in context.
Researchers in related areas, including pragmatics, discourse analysis,
sociolinguistics, and the philosophy of language, are invited to join.

9:00- 9:40
Registration

9:40-10:40
Keynote Speech: Anita Fetzer (University of W├╝rzburg): The Dynamics of Context:
Importing and Invoking Contexts

10:50-11:25
Presentation 1: Yuji Nishiyama, Kyohei Kajiura (Meikai University): Ambiguity
Test and Context

11:25-12:00
Presentation 2: B. Bricklin Zeff (Hokkaido University, Hokkai Gakuen
University): Politeness and Context

12:00-13:00
Lunch

13:00-13:35
Presentation 3: Etsuko Oishi (Fuji Women's University): Contextualization and
Entextualization

13:35-14:10
Presentation 4: Eromonsele Pius Akhimien (Lagos State University): The
Demystication of the Perlocutionary Myth: A Context Alternative Theory

14:10-14:40
Teatime

14:40-15:15
Presentation 5: Tomoyuki Yamada (Hokkaido University): Logical Dynamics of
Illocutionary Acts and Changing Contexts

15:15-15:50
Presentation 6: Tomohiro Sakai (Tokyo University): Against the Minimal
Proposition: The Case of X is (not) X

15:50-16:30
Teatime

18:30
Workshop dinner

For enquiries:

Etsuko Oishi
Fuji Women's University
Kita 16 Nishi 2, Kita-ku,
Sapporo 001-0016, Japan
tel: +81 (0)11 736 5395
fax: +81 (0)11 709 8541
e-mail: etsukofujijoshi.ac.jp
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