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LINGUIST List 23.4760

Wed Nov 14 2012

Calls: General Linguistics/Japan

Editor for this issue: Alison Zaharee <alisonlinguistlist.org>

Date: 14-Nov-2012
From: Hiroko Kasuya <hkasuyagmail.com>
Subject: Japanese Society for Language Sciences 15th Annual International Conference
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Full Title: Japanese Society for Language Sciences 15th Annual International Conference
Short Title: JSLS2013

Date: 28-Jun-2013 - 30-Jun-2013
Location: Nagasaki, Japan
Contact Person: Akihiro Kano
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://www.jslsweb.sakura.ne.jp/jsls2013/

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

Call Deadline: 08-Feb-2013

Meeting Description:

The Japanese Society for Language Sciences (JSLS) is pleased to announce our 15th Annual International Conference (JSLS2013). JSLS2013 will be held at Kwassui Women's University, Nagasaki, Japan. Kwassui Women's University is located in Nagasaki City, two hours from Fukuoka, the nearest major international airport.

The Japanese Society for Language Sciences aims to stimulate research in the language sciences based on natural language data, in areas such as language acquisition, psycholinguistics, discourse analysis and sociolinguistics, and to support the development of the language sciences through exchange between researchers. The scope of this endeavor covers a wide area, including linguistics (phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, pragmatics), first language acquisition, second language acquisition, psycholinguistics, language production, mother tongue education, foreign language instruction, natural language processing, brain science, bilingualism, sociolinguistics, discourse research, and linguistic philosophy, among others. This society hopes that researchers working on these widely diverse topics reach beyond their own areas of specialization by supporting the active exchange of opinions and ideas between researchers working in related fields.

Conference dates: June 28 (Friday) - June 30 (Sunday), 2013 (The conference will have a break in the morning of June 30 and will resume in the afternoon.)

Our plenary speakers will be:

James McClelland (Stanford University)
Ayumi Ueyama (Kyushu University)

JSLS2013 Conference Committee Chair:

Akihiro Kano (Kwassui Women's University, Japan)

For inquiries, please contact us at jsls2013-confgooglegroups.com.
JSLS: http://www.jsls.jpn.org/

Call for Papers:

We welcome proposals for two types of presentations: (1) oral presentations and (2) poster presentations. JSLS is a bilingual conference and papers and posters may be presented in either English or Japanese. Submissions are invited in any area related to language sciences.

Papers published or presented elsewhere should not be submitted and will not be accepted. Each author is only allowed to submit one proposal as the first author. Each paper presentation will be 25 minutes in length (20 minutes for presentation, followed by a 5-minute question and answer period). The presentation of posters will be 90 minutes. The language of presentation can be either Japanese or English.

Please send your submissions for paper and poster presentation to the following email address, in the following manner:

To: jsls2013submissiongmail.com
Subject: Paper Submission (or Poster Submission)
Send the following application form (completed) in the main text of your email, and your abstract as an attachment.

Application Form:

1. Title of presentation and its category (oral or poster)
2. Name(s) of author(s)
3. Affiliation(s) of author(s)
4. Email address for contact person
5. Telephone number for contact person
6. Language of presentation
7. Category of presentation (choose one)
a. Bilingualism
b. Brain science
c. Discourse (including conversation analysis)
d. First language acquisition
e. Language education (first, foreign, or second)
f. Linguistic anthropology
g. Linguistic philosophy
h. Morphology
i. Natural language processing
j. Phonology/phonetics
k. Pragmatics
l. Psycholinguistics
m. Second language acquisition
n. Semantics
o. Sociolinguistics
p. Syntax
q. Other (please specify)
8. Keywords (about 5 words)

Title and Abstract:

Please send the abstract in a file attachment. (Please do not include any information in your abstract which may reveal your identity, as the review process will be conducted anonymously.)

Format:

1. Number of pages and paper size:
Paper presentation: 2 pages of A4 or letter-size paper (including title, tables, figures, & references)
Poster presentation: 1 page of A4 or letter-size paper (including title, tables, figures, & references)
2. Margins:
In the case of A4, Top and Bottom: 30mm, Left and Right: 25mm
In the case of letter-size, all margins: 1 inch
3. Font: Times New Roman (or a similar font)
4. Font size: 12 point for text, 10 point for references/footnotes
5. Length of abstract and line spacing: single-space, 1000 words maximum
6. Save the file as a 'pdf file', 'text file', or 'MSWord' file. Please note that other formats will not be accepted.
7. Save your file under your own name (e.g., brown-roger.pdf).

Each abstract will be reviewed anonymously by several reviewers. Notification of acceptance will be made by the end of March. (Please note that some 'paper' proposals might be accepted as 'poster' presentations.)

If your proposal is accepted, you will be requested to send a copy of your paper (maximum length for papers is 4 pages, for posters 2 pages on A4/letter size paper) by May 24 (Friday), 2013. This paper will appear in the Conference Handbook.

Note: We will issue an acceptance letter if your paper is accepted. However, we are unable to issue any kind of invitation letter.

The deadline for submission of abstracts is February 8 (Friday), 2013 (Japan Standard Time).

For more detailed information on the submission process, please visit the conference webpage, http://www.jslsweb.sakura.ne.jp/jsls2013/.

Questions? Please contact us at jsls-confgooglegroups.com.



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