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Thu 21 Jul 1994

Calls: 6th Conf on Second Lg Research in Japan, J/K Conference

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Message 1: call for paper -supplementary info

Date: WED, 20 JUL 94 16:58:54 JScall for paper -supplementary info
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Subject: call for paper -supplementary info

For the 6th Conference on Second Language Research in Japan
Saturday, January 21, 1995
at IUJ Tokyo office, Hioo, Minato-ku, Tokyo Japan

We are soliciting papers (in Japanese or English) dealing with data-based
second language researrch including classroom processes, bilingualism,
adult second language acquisition, language transfer, language universals and
discourse analysis. Presentations will be about 30 minutes in length inlclud-
ing questions. Send 3 copies of a 300-word (English) or 1000-word character
(Japanese) abstract with name, address, affiliation and paper's title by
September 16, 1994. Japanese papers should be accompanied by a brief English
summary. Proceedings will be published following the conference.
Send abstracts to and for further information:
Mitsuko Nakajima, Language Programs Office
International University of Japan
Yamato-machi, Minami Uonuma-gun, Niigata-ken, 949-72 Japan
tel: 0257-79-1498 fax: 0257-79-1187
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Message 2: J/K Conference (Second notice)

Date: Wed, 20 Jul 94 23:44 PDT
From: Shoichi Iwasaki <IBENAUOMVS.OAC.UCLA.EDU>
Subject: J/K Conference (Second notice)

 CALL FOR PAPERS

 The Fifth Japanese/Korean Linguistics Conference

 UCLA
 November 4-6, 1994

 Deadline for Submission of Abstracts: July 31, 1994

Keynote Speakers

 Professor Mamoru Saito (University of Connecticut)
 Professor Ho-Min Sohn (University of Hawaii)

Special Session: Contrastive Study of Japanese and Korean
This year the conference committee again encourages presentations
which take both languages into the domain of investigation and
will set aside special slots for such comparative research.

 This conference aims to provide a forum for presenting
research in Japanese and Korean linguistics, thereby facilitating
efforts to deepen our understanding of these two languages which
have striking typological similarities. Potential topics include, but
are not limited to: syntax, semantics, phonology, morphology,
pragmatics, historical linguistics, typology, psycholinguistics,
sociolinguistics, language acquisition, and discourse. Presentations
are 20 minutes long, and will be followed by a 10 minute
question/answer period.

 Abstract submissions should be sent to one of the addresses
below by July 31, 1994. The abstract should include:

 1. Seven (7) copies of a one-page abstract (no more than
500 words) with a title; Omit your name and affiliation from the
abstract. The one-page (500 word) limit should be strictly
observed; a second page may be used only for data and
citing references.

 2. A 3" by 5" card with the title of the paper, the name of
the author(s), the mailing address of the author, and the author(s)
affiliation, phone number and e-mail address. If your address,
phone number and e-mail address will be different
during the summer, be sure to include it as well.

 3. A self-addressed, stamped postcard if you wish to be
notified whether your abstract has been received. (A Very Good
Idea!!)

MAILING ADDRESS
(Note: There are two mailing addresses. Send your abstract to A or B
according to the topic of your paper.)

A: Syntax, Formal Semantics, Phonology, and Morphology

Anoop Mahajan
J/K CONFERENCE
Dept. of Linguistics
UCLA
405 Hilgard Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90024

B: Discourse/Functional linguistics oriented topics

Akatsuka/Iwasaki/Sohn
J/K CONFERENCE
Dept. of East Asian Lgs. & Cultures
UCLA
405 Hilgard Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90024

The proceedings of this conference will be published as
Japanese/Korean Linguistics vol. 5 by CSLI (The Center for the
Study of Language and Information). The proceedings of the
pervious conferences can be ordered either directly from the
University of Chicago Press, or through a local bookstore. UCP's
address: 11030 S. Langley Ave., Chicago, IL 60628. Orders may
also be placed by phone at 800-621-2736.
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