LINGUIST List 23.4048|
Mon Oct 01 2012
Calls: Discourse Analysis/Germany
Editor for this issue: Alison Zaharee
From: Thomas Spranz-Fogasy <spranzids-mannheim.de>
Subject: 17th Annual Conference on Conversation and Discourse Analysis
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Full Title: 17th Annual Conference on Conversation and Discourse Analysis
Short Title: AGF
Date: 20-Mar-2013 - 22-Mar-2013
Location: Mannheim, Germany
Contact Person: Thomas Spranz-Fogasy
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://www.gespraechsforschung.de/tagung.htm
Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis
Call Deadline: 16-Nov-2012
17th Arbeitstagung zur Gesprächsforschung ('Annual Conference on Conversation and Discourse Analysis')
Special Theme 2013: Prosody in Interaction
This conference is the annual main event for conversation and discourse analysts in the German-speaking countries. This year it aims at highlighting the role of prosody in its interplay with other linguistic dimensions, in constituting interactive structures and actions, in the display of affectivity, its relationship with geographical and social variables and its role in language acquisition. Further relevant issues include the units of spoken language, the relationship of phonetics and prosody as well as the choice between various methodological approaches.
The conference is accompanied by a fair featuring spoken-language analysis technology.
Call for Papers:
Contribution formats include individual papers (25min + 25min discussion), workshops/data sessions (120min) and short project presentations (15min).
Part of the conference is reserved for young scholars.
Abstracts should be up to 2500 characters long and comprise research question(s) and results, data and methods used as well as research progress. They should be submitted to tagunggespraechsforschung.de by November 16, 2012.
Notification of acceptance will be sent out by December 30, 2012.
Further information can be obtained from the organizers at tagunggespraechsforschung.de.
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