LINGUIST List 24.3747|
Tue Sep 24 2013
Calls: Discourse Analysis/Germany
Editor for this issue: Bryn Hauk
From: Thomas Spranz-Fogasy <spranzids-mannheim.de>
Subject: 18th Conference on Conversation and Discourse Analysis
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Full Title: 18th Conference on Conversation and Discourse Analysis
Short Title: AGF2014
Date: 26-Mar-2014 - 28-Mar-2014
Location: Mannheim, Germany
Contact Person: Thomas Spranz-Fogasy
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://www.gespraechsforschung.de/tagung/index.html
Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis
Call Deadline: 17-Nov-2013
Conference theme: Recipient design / Adressatenzuschnitt
This conference is the annual main event for conversation and discourse analysts in German-speaking countries. This year it aims at highlighting verbal and multimodal practices as well as dimensions and tasks of recipient design. Further relevant issues include recipient design in multiparty interaction and the relation of recipient design to other concepts of interaction analysis.
Call for Papers:
We encourage contributions which highlights verbal and multimodal practices as well as dimensions and tasks of recipient design. Further relevant issues include recipient design in multiparty interaction and the relation of recipient design to other concepts of interaction analysis.
Contribution formats include individual papers (25min + 25min discussion), workshops/data sessions (120min), posters and short project presentations (15min).
Papers can be given in German and English. However, German will be the main conference language.
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 17, 2013.
Notification of acceptance will be sent out by December 30, 2013.
Further information can be obtained from the organizers at tagunggespraechsforschung.de.
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