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LINGUIST List 24.2139

Tue May 21 2013

Calls: Language Acquisition/Netherlands

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

Date: 12-Apr-2013
From: M Bonenkamp <Uil-OTSuu.nl>
Subject: International Association for the Study of Child Language
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Full Title: International Association for the Study of Child Language
Short Title: IASCL

Date: 14-Jul-2014 - 18-Jul-2014
Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands
Contact Person: Anne Baker
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://www.IASCL2014.org

Linguistic Field(s): Language Acquisition

Call Deadline: 15-Sep-2013

Meeting Description:

13th Congress of the International Association for the Study of Child Language

The IASCL Conference will be held in Amsterdam from Monday, July 14 to Friday, July 18, 2014. Additional news and information about the conference can be found on our website:

http://www.IASCL2014.org

Call for Papers:

Two types of submissions are welcomed: (a) symposia and (b) poster.

(a) Symposium Abstract Submission

Every symposium has one convener; he/she is responsible for organizing the symposium and will act as the only contact person.

Symposia consist of 4 (or 5) presentations. The full symposium abstract is divided into (1) an abstract for the symposium as a whole and (2) individual abstracts for each of the presentations contained in the symposium. Each abstract (for the symposium as well as for the individual presentations) must stay within 300 words. Each abstract must have a title.

The symposium abstract must contain a statement of its theme and overall goal. Each abstract for the presentations within a symposium should contain a concise statement of (i) the research question, (ii) methods, (iii) results, and (iv) a conclusion. Up to 3 references may be added and will not be included in the word count. To make the reviewing procedure fully anonymous, do not include references by any of the authors involved. A symposium slot is always two hours. It is the task of the convener to make the precise programming within the slot (e.g. presentation time, discussion time etc.)

Key words: The symposium convener has the task of indicating (on the web form) the categories that best represent the symposium submission.

Symposium abstracts must be submitted using the official abstract web form (http://www.aanmelder.nl/iasclabstr/author). Abstracts are to be submitted in English. Author names will be processed by the abstract handling system.

(b) Poster Abstract Submission

The first author will act as the only contact person.

The abstract (maximum 300 words) should contain a concise statement of (i) the problem under investigation, (ii) the empirical methods used, (iii) the results obtained, and (iv) a conclusion. Up to 3 references may be added and will not be included in the word count. To make the reviewing procedure fully anonymous, do not include references by any of the authors involved.

Key words: The first author has the task of indicating (on the web form) the categories that best represent the contribution.

Please note: Layout requirements for the poster will be published later.

Poster abstracts must be submitted on the official abstract web form (http://www.aanmelder.nl/iasclposters/author) by the first author. Abstracts are to be submitted in English. Author names will be processed by the abstract handling system.

Important Dates:

Deadline for Symposium abstracts: September 15, 2013
Deadline for Poster abstracts: September 15, 2013
Notification of acceptance: December 15, 2013



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