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Thu Feb 18 2010

Calls: Discourse Analysis, General Ling, Pragmatics/Croati

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        1.    Melita Aleksa Varga, 24th International Conference: Discourse and Dialogue Studies

Message 1: 24th International Conference: Discourse and Dialogue Studies
Date: 16-Feb-2010
From: Melita Aleksa Varga <melita.aleksagmail.com>
Subject: 24th International Conference: Discourse and Dialogue Studies
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Full Title: 24th International Conference: Discourse and Dialogue Studies
Short Title: CALS Conference

Date: 20-May-2010 - 22-May-2010
Location: Osijek, Croatia
Contact Person: Melita Aleksa Varga
Meeting Email: maleksaffos.hr
Web Site: http://hdpl.hr/index.php?newlang=english

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

Call Deadline: 15-Mar-2010

Meeting Description:

24th International Conference
May, 20-22, 2010
Osijek (Croatia)

Discourse and Dialogue Studies between Theory, Research Methods, and Application
/ Diskurs- und Dialogforschungen zwischen Theorie, Methodik
und Anwendung

Call for Papers

Key-note Speakers:
Douglas Biber (Flagstaff)
Wolfgang Teubert (Birmingham)
Franz Hundsnurscher (Tecklenburg)
Endre Lendvai (Pécs)

Topics and Methodology:
Papers are invited on substantial, original, and unpublished research on
theoretical and applied linguistics aspects of discourse and dialogue studies,
including, but not limited to, the following:
- difference between discourse functions and forms
- terminological issues (discourse - dialogue - conversation, discourse -
register - genre, etc.)
- narrative and informative discourse
- analysis of authentic dialogues, reconstruction of dialogue models, taxonomy
of dialogues, multidimensional analysis of discourse
- communicative strategies (aims and goals, persuasive actions, usage of
figurative means, rhetorical structure of different sorts of dialogues, etc.)
- organization of discourse / dialogue (constitutive elements of dialogue,
identification of structural units in discourse, dialogical sequences, analysis
of rhetorical segments (moves, steps) in different sorts of discourse, routine,
creativity, etc.)
- dialogue as social contact (small talk, interpersonal relationship and image
of interlocutors, etc.)
- linguistic aspects (semantics, lexicon, grammar, prosody, interaction of
verbal and nonverbal elements)
- discourse and institutions (public institutions, court, police, school,
church, military, government, media, politics, etc.)
- analysis of the discourse structure of specialized areas
- science and technology discourse
- multimodality
- interdiscoursiveness
- linguistic analysis of literary dialogues
- dialogue and communicative competence in the teaching of native and foreign
languages (the development of the dialogic competence in schools, analysis and
therapy of dysfunctions, dialogue in the function of testing the communicative
competence etc.)
- discourse competence (discourse competence as part of communicative
competence, development of discourse competence, testing and evaluation of
discourse competence, etc.)
- analysis of structure and organisation of discourse from a corpuslinguistic
perspective:

Corpus approaches to investigating lexical, grammatical and stylistic
characteristics of discourse (e.g. anaphor, sentence structure, pragmatic
functions, variability, vocabulary?)
Corpus approaches to research on special professional discourse varieties and
registers: legal, economic, academic, etc.
Building specialized corpora for discourse analysis
Corpus and context
Corpus analysis of discourse characteristics of scientific papers and journals
from different science areas
Other corpus issues in discourse research (oral vs. written dialogues,
transcripts of authentic dialogues, etc.)

The topics can be discussed from one or several perspectives:
contrastive
descriptive
pragmatic
socio-linguistic
psycho-linguistic
typological
diachronic
philosophical-linguistic
acquisitional and FLT
corpus linguistic
computer linguistic

Apart from the plenary key-note speeches, the conference programme will consist
of 20-minute presentations in sessions (a 15-minute talk followed by a 5-minute
question-and-answer session) and a poster session.

Registration and submission of abstracts:
The Registration form together with abstracts is to be sent as an attachment to
maleksaffos.hr and vkarabalicffos.hr

The final deadline for the registration and abstract submission: March 15, 2010.

Presenters may submit only one paper proposal (either as presenters or
co-presenters). Incomplete registration forms will not be taken into consideration!!
The official languages of the conference are Croatian, English and German.
All accepted abstracts (max. 200 words in the language of the presentation and
another language) will be published in the abstracts booklet which will be
distributed at the beginning of the conference. All abstracts will be subjected
to blind review by two independent referees, grading abstracts from 1 to 3
according to the following three criteria:

-potential scientific contribution to the field
-relevance of the topic (with respect to the general topic of the
conference, theme sessions and individual topics)
-methodology and hypothesis.
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