LINGUIST List 7.1671

Tue Nov 26 1996

Calls: Aviation Communication, Israeli Association(correction)

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  1. Aviation Conference, Aviation Communication: A Multi-Cultural Forum
  2. Laboratory for Computational Linguistics, Annual IATL Meeting: First Call for Abstracts - correction

Message 1: Aviation Communication: A Multi-Cultural Forum

Date: Mon, 18 Nov 1996 12:09:28 MST
From: Aviation Conference <avcommpr.erau.edu>
Subject: Aviation Communication: A Multi-Cultural Forum
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 CALL FOR PAPERS 
 AVIATION COMMUNICATION: A MULTI-CULTURAL FORUM
 1997 ANNUAL SYMPOSIUM
 APRIL 9 - 11, 1997
 EMBRY-RIDDLE AERONAUTICAL UNIVERSITY, PRESCOTT, AZ
 
 Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University's language institute and the 
 Humanities and Social Science department, with the Center for 
 Aerospace Safety Education invites all interested parties to 
 participate in an aviation communications conference:
 
 "Aviation Communications: a Multi-Cultural Forum."
 
 This conference is intended to be a vehicle for ideas and information 
 to be exchanged concerning all aspects of communications including 
 linguistics, culture, gender, race, class, and globalization.
 
 It is not required that your research be in aviation. It is only 
 necessary that your work is transferable to aviation situations in 
 cockpits, between cockpit and tower, maintenance operations, 
 human-machine interface, etc. Optimal communication is often
 problematic because of gender, racial, cultural, linguistic, 
 economic, political, etc. assumptions hidden behind standard
 procedures. 

 Please note that this conference will be an outstanding opportunity
 for industry, government, and other funding sources to make direct
 contact with researchers. 


 Some suggested areas:
 
 Human Factors Language Studies 
 Barriers to Communications Communication Studies
 Intercultural Communications English as a Second Language 
 Technology and Culture Studies Science and Technology Studies 
 Risk and Technology Politics of Technical Decisions
 Cybernetic Communication Political Psychology of Communication
 
 Language/communication models of terrorism,intelligence,organized 
 crime,foreign policy, and security
 
 Globalization of language/communication 
 
 ***There may be other areas which are applicable; the above
 are only suggestions.

 If received before March 7, 1997, conference registration fee is $50 
 for academic participants and $150 for industry participants. 
 (Regisitration fees received after Mar. 7, will be $100 and $200 
 for academic and industry attendees, respectively.) The registration 
 fee will cover banquet dinner, lunches, and refreshments; as well as
 a copy of the published proceedings.
 
 We believe that these organizations would benefit from this gathering:
 
 national airlines communication industries 
 international airlines all branches of armed services 
 international safety agencies language related organizations 
 regulatory agencies academic institutions 
 science/technology and societies human factors and societies
 
 If you wish to present a paper or propose a panel for this conference, 
 please submitt the following information by January 9, 1997:
 
 - presenter's name, title of paper, organization, position, address 
 - abstracts (200 words)
 - brief resume
 
 mail or fax to: 
 Department of Humanities and Social Sciences 
 Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
 3200 Willow Creek Road
 Prescott, AZ 86301-3720
 
 e-mail contacts:
 
 quigleypr.erau.edu
 bloomrpr.erau.edu
 lucenajpr.erau.edu

 also visit our home page for complete information and web 
 site reservation possibilities at:

 http://www.pr.erau.edu/~huss/conference/
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Message 2: Annual IATL Meeting: First Call for Abstracts - correction

Date: Mon, 25 Nov 1996 09:30:13 +0200
From: Laboratory for Computational Linguistics <lclcs.technion.ac.il>
Subject: Annual IATL Meeting: First Call for Abstracts - correction

EDITORIAL NOTE: 
[Apologies for the repeated posting. Please add to the address,
under IATL Committee, "Department of English" in the previous
announcement. The message below has the correct address.]


 Annual IATL Meeting: First Call for Abstracts

The next annual meeting of the Israeli Association for Theoretical
Linguistics (IATL) will take place on June 2-3, 1997, at Bar Ilan
University. The guest speaker will be Mark Baker of McGill University.

Submissions are invited of abstracts of 30 minute papers presenting
high quality, unpublished original research in all areas of
theoretical linguistics. Abstracts should be no longer than two pages
(excluding figures, references, etc.), and are limited to one per
author (two per coauthor). The abstract should not indicate names of
authors. A separate author identification, including e-mail address if
available, should accompany the abstract.

Abstracts should be submitted no later than March 1, 1997, and sent in
eight copies to:

 IATL Committee
 Department of English
 Bar Ilan University,
 Ramat Gan, 52900
 Israel.
 Fax: +972-3-534-7601

Accepted papers will be published in the meeting's proceedings.
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