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Wed Feb 10 2010

Calls: Applied Ling, Discourse Analysis, General Ling/Romania

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        1.    Ionel Apostolatu, Paradigms of the Ideological Discourse

Message 1: Paradigms of the Ideological Discourse
Date: 09-Feb-2010
From: Ionel Apostolatu <iapostolatugmail.com>
Subject: Paradigms of the Ideological Discourse
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Full Title: Paradigms of the Ideological Discourse
Short Title: PID 2

Date: 29-Apr-2010 - 30-Apr-2010
Location: GALATI, Romania
Contact Person: Ionel Apostolatu
Meeting Email: pidconferencegmail.com

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Discourse Analysis; General
Linguistics; Ling & Literature; Sociolinguistics

Call Deadline: 20-Mar-2010

Meeting Description:

We are pleased to announce you that the second edition of the International
Conference on Paradigms of the Ideological Discourse, focusing on the
Globalization Ideology, will be held in Galaţi, Romania, from April 29th to
30th, 2010.

We will be honored to have you as a participant.

Call for Papers

The Conference is part of the scientific events annually organized by the
Scientific Research Center "Intercultural Communication and Literature" (of B
category in Romanian NURC standards). Its purpose is to provide an academic and
multidisciplinary environment for dissemination of the researching results in
the area of an ample and controversial phenomenon: the implication of ideology
in the social-human sciences, in general, and in the language and communication
sciences, in particular.

Subjects of Interest:
- Linguistic globalization
- EU language policy
- "The Power" of ideological discourse
- Ethnocentrism vs. multiculturalism
- Political discourse of globalization
- Cultural identity and globalization
- Ecumenism and globalization in present religious discourse
- Globalization and media culture
- Literature and critical discourse in the globalization era
- National literature in the context of globalization
- Interculturality and translation
- The paradigms of globalization in the educational studies
- Language education: social inclusion and linguistic diversity

N.B. Submissions to the conference are not restricted to the special topics here
listed. We welcome proposals relating to any aspects regarding the relationship
between ideology and Humanities or Social Sciences.

- March 1st: Expression of intent. In the subject header of your mail, please
include: Expression of Intent - Author's First Name, Last Name. The body of your
mail should include the following information:

The title of the presentation / the title of the paper that is to be
sent for publication;
Author's First Name and Last Name;
Scientific Title / Degree;
E-mail address for correspondence;
Telephone / Fax;
Full mailing address.

- March 15th: Abstract submission (150 - 400 words)
- March 20th: Deadline for abstract submission and fee payment
- March 25th: Provisional programme
- April 10th: First draft of the presentation to be sent
- April 29th- 30th: Conference and final article version

The conference presentation languages are: English, French and Romanian.
Presentations last 15-20 minutes, followed by questions and answers (5-10
minutes). We plan a general session consisting of regular papers, plus plenary
lectures and theme sessions.

- Mid May: Revised versions of the articles accepted for publication
The papers presented in the conference will be published in our Research
Center's review "Communication interculturelle et littérature" (indexed in two
IDB: Modern Language Association, New York, www.mla.org, and Fabula. La
recherche en littérature, www.fabula.org) upon evaluation by the scientific
committee. Publication of submitted and accepted papers is possible only in
English, French or German.

- Mid June: Published volume

Further information about the conference programme, publication requirements
and accommodation will be available in the second circular and on our website.

Submit to: pidconferencegmail.com

On behalf of the Organizing Committee,
Ionel Apostolatu, Phd Senior Lecturer
Gina Necula, Phd Senior Lecturer
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