LINGUIST List 22.2398|
Wed Jun 08 2011
Calls: Discourse Analysis, Pragmatics, Sociolinguistics/Australia
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1. Marisa Cordella ,
7th Discourse Analysis Symposium
Message 1: 7th Discourse Analysis Symposium
From: Marisa Cordella <Marisa.Cordellamonash.edu>
Subject: 7th Discourse Analysis Symposium
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Full Title: 7th Discourse Analysis Symposium
Short Title: 7th DA Symposium
Date: 18-Nov-2011 - 18-Nov-2011
Location: Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Contact Person: Marisa Cordella
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://www.arts.monash.edu.au/lcl/conferences/da-symposium-2011/
Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis; Pragmatics; Sociolinguistics
Call Deadline: 09-Sep-2011
The 7th Discourse Analysis Symposium will be held on November 18th 2011.
This year's theme is:
Discourse Synergies: The Interplay of Language and Cultural Diversity
The formulation and articulation of discourses in everyday interactions and
institutional settings bring to light the many complexities involved in the
development of interpersonal exchanges. People's interactions with
languages and cultures diverse from their own, in conjunction with the
spread of global communication, are contributing to the process of
re-creating ways of communicating with others.
Call for Papers:
Abstracts and proposals for presentations are being sought in areas including:
- Communicating with culturally and linguistically diverse speakers (e.g.
face to face communication)
- Communicating between institutional cultures (e.g. legal discourse,
medical discourse, educational discourse vs. non-institutional discourse)
- Communicating between diverse age groups (e.g. seniors and young people)
- Communicating with virtual 'friends' (e.g. face book/twitter etc.)
- Communication between/among different mass media (e.g. news, radio
- Communication through intertextuality (e.g. medical discourse entering
Proposals for presentations outside these areas will also be considered.
See the symposium website for more information:
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