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Wed Jan 26 2011

Calls: Discourse Analysis, Socioling/Lengua y Migración (Jrnl)

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        1.     Francisco Moreno-Fenandez , Lengua y Migración

Message 1: Lengua y Migración
Date: 22-Jan-2011
From: Francisco Moreno-Fenandez <francisco.morenouah.es>
Subject: Lengua y Migración
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Full Title: Lengua y Migración


Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis; Sociolinguistics

Call Deadline: 30-Jun-2011

Submission Dates (2 annual volumes)
First issue: 30 NOV.
Second issue: 30 JUN

Lengua y Migración (Language and Migration) publishes original,
theoretical, empirical and methodological articles, which analyze the
linguistic and communicative reality of migration, considering the study of
all the social and linguistic elements that concur in the process of
sociolinguistic integration, including acquisition of second language.

Lengua y Migración (Language and Migration) publishes articles (Spanish or
English) that study sociolinguistic and sociological aspects related to the
migratory processes in any region or community of the world, as well as
processes where speakers of different or same languages are implied.

Lengua y Migración (Language and Migration) publishes articles of different
linguistic specialties works of sociolinguistics and sociology of the
language, studies on descriptive linguistics, pragmatics, discourse
analyses, conversational analyses and other matters interested in language
and migration. Articles interested in learning, education and contrast of
languages, second or foreign ones, are of a special interest. In the same
way, the journal leaves space for the intercultural and cross-cultural
studies as long as they have migration as an object.


Editorial Address:

Francisco Moreno-Fernández
Departamento de Filología, Facultad de Filosofía y Letras
Universidad de Alcalá
28801 Alcalá de Henares (Madrid). Spain
lengua.migracionuah.es


Contact Information:

Catedrático de Lengua Española - Departamento de Filología
Facultad de Filosofía y Letras - Universidad de Alcalá de Henares

Tel.: +34 918854000
Fax: +34 918854413 | +34918788021
Correo electrónico - e-mail: francisco.morenouah.es
Página electrónica - Website: http://www.linguas.net



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