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Fri Jan 13 2012

Calls: English, Discourse Analysis, Pragmatics, Socioling/Turkey

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        1.     Jan Chovanec , Linguistic Interaction and Participation in Media Discourse


Message 1: Linguistic Interaction and Participation in Media Discourse
Date: 13-Jan-2012
From: Jan Chovanec <chovanecphil.muni.cz>
Subject: Linguistic Interaction and Participation in Media Discourse
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Full Title: Linguistic Interaction and Participation in Media Discourse

Date: 04-Sep-2012 - 08-Sep-2012
Location: Istanbul, Turkey
Contact Person: Marta Dynel
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://www.esse2012.org

Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis; Pragmatics; Sociolinguistics

Subject Language(s): English

Call Deadline: 31-Jan-2012

Meeting Description:

Linguistic Interaction and Participation in Media Discourse
Seminar to be held at the ESSE 2012 conference

The 11th ESSE (European Society for the Study of English) Conference will take place at Bogazici University, Istanbul, Turkey, from 4 to 8 September 2012. Further information about the conference is available from the conference website, http://www.esse2012.org.

Call for Papers:

We invite proposals for Seminar S47 Linguistic Interaction and Participation in Media Discourses to be held at the ESSE 2012 conference in Istanbul from 4 to 8 September 2012.

Various media forms and genres offer new modes of communication, necessitating modifications in the participation framework underlying interactions. The classic dyadic (speaker-hearer) model of communication appears to be obsolescent in reference to the diversified communicative genres, whether private or public, facilitated by the media and technology.

We invite papers concerning mainly the following areas: (1) participation framework and participation in traditional media discourses (e.g. televised/film/radio discourse) and other public discourses, whether or not mediatised, and (2) the nature of interaction and conversation in novel discourses related to computer-mediated-communication (e.g. social media such as Facebook and Twitter, instant messaging and chat, blogs, or new forms of online journalism). More specifically, we wish to address such issues as: fictional, scripted and natural conversation; the status of TV viewers; linguistic traces of (un)ratified participants beyond the dyad; and (mis)comprehension of meaning within/beyond the dyad.

The seminar is open to various analytic perspectives, including pragmatics of interaction, conversation and discourse analysis, interactional sociolinguistics, anthropological linguistics, and multimodality.

Abstracts:

Colleagues wishing to participate in the seminar are invited to submit a 200-word abstract directly to the convenors by 31 January 2012. Notifications of acceptance will be sent by 29 February 2012.

Convenors:

Marta Dynel (Łódź University, PL)
marta.dynelyahoo.com

Jan Chovanec (Masaryk University, CZ)
chovanecphil.muni.cz



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