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Message 1: Sociolinguistics Symposium 11

Date: Fri, 06 Oct 1995 12:22:03 Sociolinguistics Symposium 11
From: ADAM JAWORSKI <SENAJcardiff.ac.uk>
Subject: Sociolinguistics Symposium 11

 SOCIOLINGUISTICS SYMPOSIUM 11

 at the
 University of Wales
 Cardiff

 midday Thursday 5th September
 - midday Saturday 7th September 1996

 Sociolinguistics:
 New Interdisciplinarities


PROGRAMME

Plenary lectures
Papers in parallel sessions (20 minutes plus discussion)
Thematic workshops
Poster presentations

Plenary speakers

 Christopher Candlin
 Viv Edwards
 Frederick Erickson
 Howard Giles
 Janet Holmes
 Dell Hymes
 Dennis Preston

Workshops

Media discourse Kay Richardson and Ulrike Meinhof;
 kay100liverpool.ac.uk
Visual pragmatics Adam Jaworski;
 senajcardiff.ac.uk
Geolinguistics Colin Williams;
 williamschcardiff.ac.uk
Discourse Celia Roberts and Srikant Sarangi;
 in the workplace sensks1cardiff.ac.uk

Perceptual dialectology Dennis Preston;
 prestonpilot.msu.edu
Discourse of violence Patricia O'Connor
 oconnorpeguvax.bitnet OR
 oconnorpeguvax.georgetown.edu
Sociolinguistics of
 sign languages Graham Turner
 g.h.turnerdurham.ac.uk
Open forum on post-
 graduate research Virpi Ylanne-McEwen
 senvtycardiff.ac.uk


BRITISH SIGN LANGUAGE interpreters will be available to SS11
participants who request their services in advance.

LAUNCH of the _Journal of Sociolinguistics_ (sponsored by
Blackwell Publishers) and conference buffet dinner

BOOK DISPLAY (publishers are invited to contact us)

SCHOLARSHIPS

A limited number of scholarships is available, on a competitive
basis, for students who are making presentations at SS11. A
scholarship will cover registration and accommodation costs at
the standard rates. Applications to the organising committee,
with personal details and details of your place and area of
study, plus abstract, before April 1st 1996.

THE FULL SS11 PROGRAMME

The full conference programme, with participants list, travel
details and tourist information, will be distributed to
registered participants in July 1996.

THE ORGANISING COMMITTEE

Justine Coupland
Nikolas Coupland
Peter Garrett
Jacqui Guendouzi (conference administrator)
Adam Jaworski
Srikant Sarangi
Virpi Ylanne-McEwen

CALL FOR PAPERS

The new deadline for submissions is end of February 1996.

Sociolinguistics Symposium 11 welcomes submissions in any area
of sociolinguistics.

The selection committee will particularly welcome individual
paper-submissions which contribute to, or seek to establish, new
sub-fields of sociolinguistic research, or which forge new
connections between established approaches.

CRITERIA FOR SELECTION

Originality; clarity; significance of (anticipated) findings or
interpretations; contribution to sociolinguistic theory;
contribution to new interdisciplinary areas of sociolinguistics.

All submissions will be peer-reviewed, anonymously, by members
of the organising committee.

HOW TO SUBMIT

Submissions by hard-copy mail only (not e-mail).
Each submission should include four copies of:

- a cover sheet with (i) the author's name, address
 (including either e-mail or fax, if available, and
 telephone number) and affiliation; (ii) the title; (iii)
 the category of the submission (paper; suggested
 contribution to a particular workshop; poster
 presentation); and

- an abstract of about 200 words, strictly limited to one
 double-spaced page, including a list of up to 5 keywords.

Send the four copies to:

Jacqui Guendouzi
for the Organising Committee, SS11
Centre for Language and Communication
University of Wales
Cardiff CF1 3XB
Wales, UK
Fax: 44 1222 874242
Tel: 44 1222 874243
e-mail: ss11cardiff.ac.uk

PREPARATIONS FOR YOUR TALK

The size of audiences in parallel sessions is unpredictable, but
we ask you to prepare 50 copies of any materials you need to hand
out in support of your presentation. Audio-visual materials will
need to be suitable for use in a large lecture theatre. OHP and
boards will be available in all rooms. AV and computer equipment
by pre-arrangement.

Information about poster-sessions will be sent to those whose
proposals for posters have been accepted.

SS11 REGISTRATION FORM

Please PRINT, complete and return this section of the leaflet,
with your payment (sorry, no e-mail registration).

The closing date for registration is July 1st 1996. Applications
received after this date will be subject to availability and to
the surcharge payment.



Your title ..................................................


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Booking options

Either (1) accommodation/meals package with en suite
single room, including receptions........................ stlg115.00

Or (2) accommodation/meals package with standard
bedroom and shared bathroom (limited number
only available), including receptions ................... stlg 95.00

Plus conference fee (obligatory for all registrations)... stlg 45.00

Plus Saturday lunch, if required ........................ stlg 8.00

Plus surcharge for all registrations received
after July 1st 1996 ..................................... stlg 10.00
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TOTAL: .................................................. stlg


Sterling cheques please (non-sterling cheques add 10%)
payable to "University of Wales Cardiff (SS11)"

Note: Part-attendance and non-residence costs, also double-room
bookings, can be negotiated with the conference administrator.
We can also help with booking hotel accommodation in the nearby
city centre.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS

We will try to accommodate your special requirements, as far as
facilities allow. Please send us details, as early as possible.
A limited number of creche places, at university rates, will be
available for children under 5 years.

Return this section to: Jacqui Guendouzi, for the Organising
Committee, SS11, Centre for Language and Communication,
University of Wales, Cardiff CF1 3XB, Wales, UK, before July 1st
1996.

Fax: 44 1222 874242
Tel: 44 1222 874243
e-mail: ss11cardiff.ac.uk
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