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LINGUIST List 22.2852

Tue Jul 12 2011

Confs: Cognitive Science, Discourse Analysis, Pragmatics/Poland

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        1.     Joanna Nijakowska , Cognition, Conduct & Communication

Message 1: Cognition, Conduct & Communication
Date: 10-Jul-2011
From: Joanna Nijakowska <ccc2011conferencegmail.com>
Subject: Cognition, Conduct & Communication
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Cognition, Conduct & Communication
Short Title: CCC2011

Date: 06-Oct-2011 - 08-Oct-2011
Location: Łódź, Poland
Contact: Marta Dynel
Contact Email: < click here to access email >
Meeting URL: http://ia.uni.lodz.pl/CCC2011/

Linguistic Field(s): Cognitive Science; Discourse Analysis; Pragmatics

Meeting Description:

The Chair of Pragmatics at the University of Łódź, Poland, is starting a new
conference series: Cognition, Conduct & Communication. CCC2011 is the
first international conference devoted to a complex yet integrated study of
cognitive approaches to pragmatics and discourse analysis, language
learning and use, and language disorders. Conference discussions will
proceed at the intersection of the following areas:cognitive pragmatics,
societal pragmatics, clinical pragmatics, psycholinguistics, sociolinguistics,
educational psychology, cognitive linguistics, cognitive psychology, applied linguistics, discourse analysis.

The following scholars have been invited to address the conference as plenary speakers:
Raymond Gibbs (Department of Psychology, University of California, Santa
Robert J. Stainton (The University of Western Ontario, Department of Philosophy)
David Singleton (Centre for Language and Communication Studies, Trinity
College, Dublin)
Derek Bousfield (School of Journalism, Media and Communication, University
of Central Lancashire)
Gabriele Kasper (Department of Second Language Studies, University of
Hawai'i at Manoa)

Conference focus:

-interdisciplinary yet synergical research in diversified cognitive and
pragmatic phenomena and processes pertaining to communication in native and second/foreign language in normally developing as well as disordered individuals
-cognitive, pragmatic and discourse analytic concepts at work across the
contexts of first, second, foreign language acquisition, learning, processing,
comprehension and production
-pragmatic competence and pragmatic awareness development in naturalistic and educational settings, including the effectiveness of educational
interventions undertaken to enhance pragmatic skills
-individual learner/language user differences and pragmatic disorders

Cognition, Conduct & Communication - CCC2011
6-8 October 2011, Łódź, Poland
University of Łódź, Chair of Pragmatics (http://ia.uni.lodz.pl/pragmatics)
CCC2011 Conference website: http://ia.uni.lodz.pl/CCC2011
CCC2011 Conference e-mail: ccc2011conferencegmail.com

Registration still possible!!

In response to the interest generated over the past couple of months, we have
decided to re-open registration for the conference. Those interested in
attending should contact the organizers at ccc2011conferencegmail.com by August 15, 2011 at the latest. No requests for participation will be considered after
that date.

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