LINGUIST List 6.1474

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  2. Sheila Embleton, Call for Papers: Intl Ling Assoc
  3. , Call--SLRF 96

Message 1: Journal of Sociolinguistics - Call for Papers

Date: Fri, 20 Oct 1995 16:43:00 Journal of Sociolinguistics - Call for Papers
From: Barham Emma <EBarhamBlackwellPublishers.co.uk>
Subject: Journal of Sociolinguistics - Call for Papers



First Announcement and Call for Papers

JOURNAL OF SOCIOLINGUISTICS

Editors:

Allan Bell, Victoria University, Wellington, New Zealand
Nikolas Coupland, University of Wales, Cardiff, UK

Reviews Editor:

Adam Jaworski, University of Wales Cardiff, UK

First issue: February 1997

The Journal of Sociolinguistics is a new international forum for leading
research on language and society. It is open to both established and
innovative approaches to sociolinguistic research.

The Journal promotes sociolinguistics as a thoroughly linguistic and
thoroughly social-scientific endeavour. The linguistic and the social will
both be present in all contributions.

The Journal will be hospitable to linguistic analyses which range from the
micro to the macro, from the quantitative study of phonological variables to
discourse analysis of texts.

Contributions from the ethnographic, variationist and sociology of language
traditions are welcomed, as are papers from the social psychology of
language, anthropological linguistics, critical discourse analysis, language
and gender studies, pragmatics and conversational analysis.

The Journal will publish research which illuminates linguistic and
communication processes, as well as applying and developing models of
society and social processes. Language will be treated
as not only a reflection of society but as itself constituting much of the
character of social life.

Fresh approaches to the field will be encouraged through publication of
commissioned articles, thematic issues, topical forums, and the opportunity
for debate among contributors.

The Journal will explicitly promote the building and critique of
sociolinguistic theory and encourage the application of recent developments
in social theory to linguistic data and issues.

EDITORIAL BOARD

Although membership of the Editorial Board has not yet been finalised, the
following scholars are among those who have signalled their willingness to
be involved:

Karin Aronsson, Christopher Candlin, Jenny Cheshire, Michael Clyne, Jennifer
Coates, Justine Coupland, Paul Drew, Viv Edwards, Norman Fairclough, Joshua
Fishman, Peter Garrett, Howard Giles, John Heritage, Janet Holmes, Barbara
Horvath, Dell Hymes, Paul Kerswill, Gunther Kress, Koenraad Kuiper, Per
Linnell, Marilyn Martin-Jones, James Milroy, Lesley Milroy, Elinor Ochs,
Jonathan Potter, Dennis Preston, John Rickford, Peter Trudgill, Walt Wolfram

SUBMISSIONS

Four copies of papers should be sent to either editor.
Contributions should be written in English. They should be typed double
spaced throughout, with wide margins, on single sided A4 or 8.5 x 11-inch
paper. They should include a separate title page, an abstract of up to 150
words, a list of up to eight key words, and a 50-word biography of each
author. References should use the author/date system. Camera-ready copy
will be required for publication of figures. All papers will be
peer-reviewed.
Include full postal address, email address, telephone and fax numbers.

Nikolas Coupland
Centre for Language & Communication Research
University of Wales
PO Box 94
Cardiff CF1 3XB
United Kingdom

Telephone: (44) (1222) 874243
Fax: (44) (1222) 874242
Email: sennjccardiff.ac.uk

Allan Bell
Department of Linguistics
Victoria University
PO Box 600
Wellington
New Zealand

Telephone: (64) (4) 472-1000
Fax: (64) (4) 495-5057
Email: allan.bellvuw.ac.nz

To be published by Blackwell Publishers
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Message 2: Call for Papers: Intl Ling Assoc

Date: Sat, 21 Oct 1995 11:55:06 Call for Papers: Intl Ling Assoc
From: Sheila Embleton <EMBLETONVM1.YorkU.CA>
Subject: Call for Papers: Intl Ling Assoc

Call for Papers

International Linguistic Association
41st Annual Meeting
April 12 - 14, 1996
New York University (Main Bldg, 7th floor, 100 Washington Sq E)

Theme: Meaning and Change of Meaning

If you wish to present a paper at the conference, either in relation to the the
me or in any other area of linguistics, whether theoretical or applied, please
send a camera-ready abstract of no more than 200 words in 5 copies, before Janu
ary 5, 1996, to:

Franklin E. Horowitz
ILA Conference Chair
Box 66
Teachers College, Columbia University
New York, NY 10022
FAX: (212) 678-4048
phone: (212) 678-3353

In addition, please include the following information on a 3" x 5" card: Name,
Title, Mailing Address, Telephone Number, Academic Affiliation, FAX and E-Mail
Addresses, the amount of time desired (up to 20 minutes), and any audio-visual
equipment needed.

PLEASE ADDRESS ALL QUESTIONS TO PROFESSOR HOROWITZ, not to the person posting t
his announcement!
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Message 3: Call--SLRF 96

Date: Fri, 20 Oct 1995 16:43:44 Call--SLRF 96
From: <ADUDSICCCIT.ARIZONA.EDU>
Subject: Call--SLRF 96


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 SLRF '96
 October 25-28, 1996
 University of Arizona

 Conference Theme: Crossing Disciplinary Boundaries

**********************Call for Papers and Posters**********************

The Interdisciplinary Ph.D. Program in Second Language Acquisition and
Teaching (SLAT) at the University of Arizona has been selected to host the
Second Language Research Forum in 1996. Papers on all topics in the field of
Second Language Acquisition and Teaching are welcome, but presentations
addressing the conference theme are strongly encouraged. Abstracts are invited
for individual or joint papers or posters on topics in L2 analysis, L2
processes, L2 use, and L2 pedagogy/program administration.

Individual papers will be 20 minutes long with 5 minutes for discussion.
Submissions should include (a) three anonymous copies of an abstract (500
words max.); (b) one copy stating the name of the author(s) and
affiliation(s); (c) a 50 word summary of the presentation to be included in
the conference program if accepted; (d) a typed 3"x 5" card bearing the title
of the paper/poster and the name(s), affiliation(s), phone number(s),
snailmail and e-mail address(es) of the author(s). Please indicate in the
upper righthand corner of your abstract whether it should be considered for
the paper or the poster sessions. You may submit only one abstract for a
single or joint paper presentation and only one for a single or joint poster
session. Please also indicate whether you would like e-mail acknowledgement
of receipt of the proposal. If you have any questions regarding the submission
guidelines, please send them to: SLRF96ccit.arizona.edu.


Send abstracts of papers or posters to:

 Abstract Committee, SLRF '96
 c/o Second Language Acquisition and Teaching (SLAT)
 Modern Languages 347
 University of Arizona
 Tucson, AZ 85721

=>Deadline for abstracts to reach the SLRF '96 Abstract Committee: March 15,
1996, 5pm. No late proposals will be considered. We will accept no e-mail or
fax submissions. Notification of acceptance will be sent in late April.
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