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LINGUIST List 23.1989

Mon Apr 23 2012

Calls: Socioling, Applied Ling, Discourse Analysis, General Ling/Malaysia

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Date: 23-Apr-2012
From: Assoc. Prof. Salasiah Che Lah <icllicusm.my>
Subject: 2nd International Conference on Linguistics, Literature and Culture
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Full Title: 2nd International Conference on Linguistics, Literature and Culture
Short Title: ICLLIC 2012

Date: 07-Nov-2012 - 09-Nov-2012
Location: Georgetown, Penang, Malaysia
Contact Person: Assoc. Prof. Salasiah Che Lah
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://icllic2012.usm.my

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Discourse Analysis; General Linguistics; Sociolinguistics

Call Deadline: 30-May-2012

Meeting Description:

The conference aims to look into global and local issues of understanding diversity particularly in relation to linguistics, literature and culture.

Diversity encompasses differences among individuals and groups -culture, experience, ethnicity, gender, location, ideology and belief. Recognising diversity not only involves how people perceive themselves, but also how they perceive others. In order to accept the differences and to embrace diversity in the mosaic of linguistics, literature and culture, awareness of these patterns is crucial.

The upcoming conference aims to look into global and local issues of understanding diversity particularly in relation to linguistics, literature and culture. In addressing linguistic, literary and cultural differences and diversity, this conference hopes to be the platform for researchers, academics and members of the public to share knowledge and to engage in discourse. The resulting synergistic contributions, in effect, will be reflective of and harmonious with the interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary perspectives related to linguistics, literature and culture.

Objectives:

- To examine the impacts of differences and/or diversity on languages, literatures and cultures
- To explore the benefits of cross-disciplinary works in the fields of linguistics, literary and cultural studies
- To investigate the theoretical and pedagogical implications of new ideas, perspectives and theories in the fields of linguistics, literature and culture

Who Should Attend:

Academics, researchers, postgraduates and practitioners interested in issues concerning Language & Education, Linguistics, Literature and Culture.

Call for Papers:

We welcome 20-minute paper presentations, including Q&A. All presentations must be in English. Each presenter is limited to only two submissions of proposals for papers.

Abstract:

A 200-word abstract should be sent as an attachment in the form of Microsoft document (.doc) to the email address icllicusm.my by 30 May 2012.

Include in the subject line this information: 'ABSTRACT ICLLIC2012: YOUR NAME'

Please indicate which area and sub-theme, as listed in the conference announcement, your paper should be categorised in, for example - Language & Education. However, if the need to recategorise your paper to another theme or subtheme arises, the conference secretariat reserves the right to do so.

Abstract: Not more than 200 words and must be written in English.
Biodata: 50 words
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The abstract should follow this format:

Title of Paper
Author's full name and affiliation
Full postal address (with telephone & fax number)
Email addresses
Abstract

[The abstract should contain a statement of purpose for the study, a brief description of the methodology, a summary of results and conclusion and implication(s) of the study.]

Theme & Sub-Theme (see the list provided in the website/brochure)
Brief Biodata (<50 words)

The authors will be notified of acceptance by 15 July 2012.

Please refer to the website for updates on the venue, registration, and accommodation in the course of the next few months.



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