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1. Anika Falkert ,
La Perception des Accents du Français hors de France
Message 1: La Perception des Accents du Français hors de France
From: Anika Falkert <anika.falkertuniv-avignon.fr>
Subject: La Perception des Accents du Français hors de France
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Full Title: La Perception des Accents du Français hors de France
Date: 17-Nov-2011 - 18-Nov-2011
Location: Avignon, France
Contact Person: Anika Falkert
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Linguistic Field(s): Cognitive Science; Computational Linguistics; Phonetics; Sociolinguistics
Subject Language(s): French
Call Deadline: 30-Apr-2011
'La Perception des Accents du Français hors de France/The Perception of Regional Variation in French Spoken outside of France' Avignon (France), 17-18 November 2011
Call for Papers:
During this conference, we will attempt to put into perspective the findings of several domains (psycholinguistic, sociophonetics, cognitive sociolinguistics, perceptual dialectology, automatic speech processing) implicated in the identification of the accents of French spoken outside of France.
We encourage presentations dealing with the following topics:
- Contributions made by the perception of varieties of French outside of France toward the modelling of perception/speech production (especially usage-based models)
- The role of linguistic and non-linguistic factors in the perception of linguistic variation within the Francophone world
- Cognitive prototypes and cultural stereotypes in the perception of accents
- The degree of intercomprehension among the varieties of French
- Dialectometric approaches (the distance perceived between two or more dialects)
- Automatic recognition of accents
- Automatic processing of accented speech
- Issues related to the perception of accents in French-language teaching in the Francophone world.
Experimental approaches are especially welcome.
Instructions for submitting proposals
- The conference will host oral and poster presentations.
- Proposals should be sent as a .doc or .rtf file to the following address before April 30 2011: anika.falkertuniv-avignon.fr.
- They should take the form of a two-page document: on the first page, title of paper, author's name, address and professional affiliation; on the second page, title of paper and anonymous abstract no longer than 400 words accompanied by 4-5 keywords and any given references and the type of presentation (oral or poster presentation).
- The abstract should mention explicitly the given area(s) into which the work best fits: psycholinguistics, sociophonetics, cognitive sociolinguistics, perceptual dialectology, automatic speech processing.
- Oral presentations will be scheduled for 30 minute slots (20 minutes followed by 10 minutes for questions).
- The languages of the conference are French and English.
Scientific Committee :
Zoë Boughton (University of Exeter)
Philippe Boula de Mareüil (LIMSI - CNRS)
Elisabetta Carpitelli (Université de Nice)
Christian Guilbault (Simon Fraser University)
Georges Linarès (Université d'Avignon)
Christine Meunier (CNRS - Université de Provence)
Noël Nguyen (CNRS - Université de Provence)
Pascal Nocéra (Université d'Avignon)
François Poiré (University of Western Ontario)
François Pellegrino (CNRS - Université Lyon 2)
Elissa Pustka (University of Munich)
Graham Ranger (Université d'Avignon)
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