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Mon Aug 22 2011

FYI: Second Call: Language Issues in St Vincent

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Message 1: Second Call: Language Issues in St Vincent
Date: 22-Aug-2011
From: Paula Prescod <paulafcvnet.net>
Subject: Second Call: Language Issues in St Vincent
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Call for Book Chapters

Theme: Language issues in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Editor: Dr Paula Prescod, paulavincysurf.com

Description:

Abstracts are solicited that highlight aspects of language use in St
Vincent and the Grenadines in any of the following subfields: language
acquisition, sociolinguistics, morphology, phonology, syntax, discourse
and performance, lexicography.

Abstracts on the interplay between language and culture, language
and identity, language and education, language and history are
welcome.

Authors are requested to submit, in English, a 500-word abstract using
12 pt font-New Times Roman to the editor by September 12, 2011.

Please include 5 key words at the end of your abstract. Bibliographic
references may be included on a second page.

Guidelines on how to write a successful abstract can be consulted on:

http://www.lsadc.org/info/abstract-models.cfm

Submission of an abstract is assumed to mean that the work is original,
not previously published and that it is not being considered for
publication elsewhere.

Do not include any information that may identify you on the page that
contains your abstract. Any personal information (name, email address,
affiliation etc.) should be included only in the body of the email.
Important dates:

Abstract deadline: September 12, 2011
Notification of acceptance: October 28, 2011
Full chapter submission deadline: March 03, 2012 (targeted)
Final version of paper submission deadline: May 25, 2012 (targeted)

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics


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