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  2. alan harris, SEMCOM:Re: D&S Books Received, list #14

Message 1: LASSO final call for papers

Date: Sun, 1 Jun 1997 16:51:15 -0600 (MDT)
From: Garland D. Bills <gbillsunm.edu>
Subject: LASSO final call for papers


 Last Call for Papers
 LASSO XXVI

(NB: The deadline for abstracts is June 15!)

 26th Annual Meeting of the
 Linguistic Association of the Southwest

 October 3-5, 1997
 University of California-Los Angeles

Invited Speakers: Ofelia Zepeda (University of Arizona)
 Kenneth Hale (MIT)

Proposals for papers in any area of linguistics will be
considered. For the 1997 meeting in Los Angeles, submissions regarding
minority languages are particular-ly encouraged. We also especially
solicit graduate student papers, which may be submitted following the
meeting for consideration for the Helmut Esau Prize, a $250 cash award
made annually by LASSO.

Presentation time for papers will be limited to twenty minutes
plus ten minutes for discussion.

THE DEADLINE FOR RECEIPT OF ABSTRACTS IS JUNE 15, 1997; notification
of acceptance of papers will be sent out by August 1, 1997. Only one
abstract as single author and a second as co-author will be
 accepted from any individual.

Abstracts must be no longer than one page (c. 250 words) and
should summarize the main points of the paper and explain
relevant aspects of the data, method-ology, and argumentation
employed. Abstracts of accepted papers will be published exactly
as received in a booklet for distribution at the meeting. At the
beginning of your abstract place the paper title, and at the end
of the abstract (or on a separate page) repeat the title along
with your name, affiliation, mailing address, telephone number,
and e-mail address.

It is preferred that abstracts be submitted by e-mail to:
 rkingmail.utexas.edu

In the absence of e-mail, or if your abstract contains any
special symbols, send one hard copy of the abstract (preferably
with a diskette, labeled for operating system and word processing
program) to:
 Robert D. King
 Department of Linguistics
 University of Texas
 Austin, TX 78746 USA
 Tel. (512 ) 471-1701

LASSO presenters are encouraged to submit their polished papers
to be considered for publication in the *Southwest Journal of
Linguistics*.

Presentation of papers at the LASSO annual meetings is a
privilege of membership in LASSO; 1997 dues must be paid by June
15 in order for your abstract to be considered. Annual membership
dues for individuals are US$15.00 (or US$7.50 for students,
retired persons, and those not employed). To pay dues or for
additional information, contact LASSO Executive Director:
 Garland D. Bills
 Department of Linguistics
 University of New Mexico
 Albuquerque, NM 87131-1196 USA
 E-mail: gbillsunm.edu
 Tel.: 505-277-7416
 Fax: 505-277-6355
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Message 2: SEMCOM:Re: D&S Books Received, list #14

Date: Mon, 2 Jun 1997 00:23:39 -0700 (PDT)
From: alan harris <vcspc005email.csun.edu>
Subject: SEMCOM:Re: D&S Books Received, list #14


Apologies for cross-posting. Please do not reply to list.
_________________________________________________________
 DISCOURSE
 & SOCIETY
 Fourteenth call for book reviewers
 (Previous list issued August 1996)
_________________________________________________________
Discourse and Society is a journal founded in July
1990, editor Teun van Dijk, University of Amsterdam;
publisher: Sage. It has attracted over 750 subscribers,
and is central to the rapidly expanding field of
discourse analysis.
Since January 1991 the journal has appeared four times
yearly, and reviewed about thirty-three books each year.
The titles listed below are available for
review either as single volumes or jointly. Joint
reviews are encouraged wherever appropriate.
_________________________________________________________
On receiving a book you will be asked to judge its
relevance to Discourse and Society. There are three
categories to choose from:

 1. Books apparently central to the concerns of
 Discourse and Society.

 2. Books which address an area to which discourse
 analysis has contributed. If having requested such a
 book, you find it not relevant to the journal's
 interests, please report this to the review editor
 who may permit you to keep the title without review.

 3. Books which appear marginal to the concerns of
 Discourse and Society. You may request these titles
 on the basis that if they are relevant to the
 journal's interests you will review them but if not,
 you will keep them without review.
_________________________________________________________

M.B. Adelman. The Fragile Community: living together with AIDS. New
Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum. 1997.

Denise Albanese. New Science, New World. London: Duke University
Press 1996.

F.A. Beer and R. Hariman, ed. (1996) Post-Realism: the rhetorical turn
in International relations. East Lansing: Michigan State University
Press.

V. Bergvall,J. M. Bing andA.F. Freed, ed. (1996) Rethinking Language
and Gender Research: theory and practice. Real Language series.
London: Longman.

Katharina Bremer and et al. Achieving Understanding: discourse in
intercultural endeavours. London: Longman. 1996.

C. L. Briggs. Disorderly Discourse. Oxford: University Press. 1997.

E. Burman, ed. (1996) Psychology Discourse Practice: from regulation
to resistance. Basingstoke: Taylor and Francis.

Daniel Burston. The Wing of Madness: the life and work of R.D. Laing.
London: Harvard University Press. 1996.

R. Carter, ed. (1997) Working with Texts: a core book for language
analysis. London: Routledge.

Joseph W. Childers. Novel possibilities: fiction and the formation of
early Victorian culture. Philadelphia, PA/London: University of
Pennsylvania Press. 1996.

C. Cloram, ed. (1996) Ways of Saying, Ways of Meaning. London:
Cassell.

Paul Cobley, ed. (1996) The Communication Theory Reader. London:
Routlge.

Robin Cohen. Global Diasporas: an introduction. London: UCL. 1997.

C. Cornut-Gentille, ed. (1996) Gender, I-deology: essays on theory,
fiction, film. Amsterdam: Rodopi.

A Cvetkovich and D Kellner. Articulating the Global and the Local:
globalisation and cultural studies. Politics and Culture. Oxford:
Westview Press. 1997.

Kurt Danziger. Naming the Mind: how psychology found its language.
London: Sage. 1997.

Laurel Davis. The Swimsuit Issue and Sport: hegemonic masculinity in
Sports Illustrated. New York: SUNY Press. 1997.

M. de Ras and V. Grace. Bodily Boundaries, Sexualised Genders and
Medical Discourses. Palmerston North, NZ: The Dunmore Press. 1997.

Richard Dellamora. Postmodern Apocalypse. Philadelphia, PA:
University of Pennsylvania Press. 1996.

Julie Diamond. Status and Power in Verbal Interaction: a study of
discourse in a close-knit social network. Pragmatics and Beyond.
Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 1996.

van Dijk, T.,, ed. (1997) Discourse as Social Interaction. 2 vols.
Discourse Studies: a multidisciplinary introduction. London: Sage.

van Dijk, T.,, ed. (1997) Discourse as Structure and Process. 2 vols.
Discourse Studies: a multidisciplinary introduction. London: Sage.

von Dirke, Sabine. "All Power to the Imagination" - The West German
Counterculture from the Student Movement to the Greens. London:
University of Nebraska Press. 1997.

Nancy Duncan, ed. (1996) Body Space: destabilising geographies of
gender and sexuality. London: Routledge.

Derek Edwards. Discourse and Cognition. London: Sage. 1997.

Marjorie Ferguson and Peter Golding, ed. (1997) Cultural Studies in
Question. London: Sage.

Jeff Ferrell and Clinton Sanders, ed. (1996) Cultural Criminology.
Boston: Northeastern University Press.

D. Fox and I. Prilleltensky. Critical Psychology: an introduction.
London: Sage. 1997.

A. Georgakopoulu and D. Goutsos. Discourse Analysis: an introduction.
 Edinburgh: University Press. 1997.

P.P. Giglioli. Rituali di degradazione. Bologna: il Mulino. 1997.

E. Goldberg. Conceptual Structure, Discourse and Language. Stanford
Centre for the Study of Language and Information. 1996.

P. Golding and P. Harris, ed. (1997) Beyond Cultural Imperialism:
globalization, communication, and the new international order.
London: Sage.

Judith Green. Risk and Misfortune: the social construction of
accidents. Health, Risk and Society. London: UCL. 1997.

M.P. Grudin. Chaucer and the Politics of Discourse. Columbia, SC:
University of South Carolina Press. 1996.

W.B. Gudykunst, ed. (1997) Communication in Personal Relationships
Across Cultures. London: Sage.

B.-L. Gunnarsson,P. Linnell andB. Nordberg. The Construction of
Professional Discourse. Language in Social Life. London:
Longman. 1997.

Peter Hartley. Group Communication. London: Routledge. 1997.

R. Hasan and G. Williams, ed. (1996) Literacy in Society. London:
Longman.

Basil Hatim and Ian Mason. The Translator as Communicator. London:
Routledge. 1996.

M. Hellinger and U. Ammon, ed. (1996) Contrastive Sociolinguistics.
Berlin/New York: de Gruyter.

Chase Hensel. Telling our selves: ethnicity and discourse in
Southwestern Alaska. Oxford Studies in Anthropological Linguistics.
Oxford: University Press. 1996.

T. Ibanez and L. Iniguez. Critical Social Psychology. London:
Sage. 1997.

M. Jacquemet. Credibility in Court. Cambridge: University
Press. 1997.

Sally Johnson and Ulrike H. Meinhof, ed. (1996) Language and
Masculinity. Oxford: Blackwell.

Barbara Johnstone. The Linguistic Individual. Oxford: University
Press 1996.

Robert D. King. Nehru and the Language Politics of India. Oxford:
University Press. 1997.

C. P. Kingfisher. Women in the American Welfare Trap. Philadelphia,
PA: University of Pennsylvania Press. 1996.

Gunther Kress. Before Writing: rethinking the paths to literacy.
London: Routledge. 1996.

David B. Kronenfeld. Plastic Glases and Church Fathers: semantic
extension from the Ethnoscience tradition. Oxford Studies in
Anthropological Linguistics. Oxford: University Press. 1996.

D. Layder. Modern Social Theory: key debates and new directions.
London: UCL Press. 1997.

J. Leerssen. Mere Irish and Fior Ghael: studies in the idea of Irish
nationality prior to the nineteenth century. Cork: University Press.
1996.

J. Leerssen. Remembrance and Imagination: patters in the historical
and literary representation of Ireland in the Nineteenth Century.
Cork: University Press. 1996.

Rosina Lippi-Green. English with an Accent. London: Routledge. 1997.
E. McWilliam and P. G. Taylor, ed. (1996) Pedagogy, Technology and the
Body. New York: Peter Lang.

M. Meyers. News Coverage of Violence against Women: engendering blame.
London: Sage. 1997.

Bob Mullan. Consuming Television. Oxford: Blackwell. 1997.

Virginia Nightingale. Studying Audiences: the shock of the real.
London: Routledge. 1996.

E Ochs,E. Schegloff andS. Thompson. Interaction and Grammar.
Studies in Interactional Linguistics. Cambridge: University
Press. 1997.

Elaine Papps and Mark Olssen. Doctoring Childbirth and Regulating
Midwifery in New Zealand: a Foucauldian perspective. Palmerston
North, NZ: The Dunmore Press. 1997.

Richard Phillips. Mapping Men and Empire: a geography of adventure.
London: Routledge. 1996.

Griselda Pollock, ed. (1996) Generations and Geographies in the Visual
Arts: feminist readings. London: Routledge.

Michael Real. Exploring Media Culture. Communication and Human
Values. London: Sage. 1997.

E Riikonen. Re-Imagining Therapy. London: Sage. 1997.

Madan Sarup. Identity, Culture and the Postmodern World. Edinburgh:
University Press. 1996.

J. Schilperoord. It's about time: temporal aspects of cognitive
processes in text Production. Utrecht Studies in Language and
Cognition. Amsterda= m: Rodopi. 1996.

David Silverman. Discourses of Counselling. London: Sage. 1996.

David Silverman, ed. (1997) Qualitative Research: theory, method and
practice. London: Sage.

Stefan Sjostrom. Party or Patient? - discursive practices relating to
coercion in psychiatric and legal settings. Umea, Sweden: Borea
Bokforlag. 1997.

Barbara Maria Stafford. Good Looking: essays on the virtue of images.
London: MIT Press. 1996.

Paul Tench. The Intonation System of English. London: Cassell. 1996.

P. J. Thibault. Re-Reading Saussure: the dynamics of signs in social
life. London: Routledge. 1996.

Barbel Treichel. Der linguistische Analyse autobiographischen
Erzahlens in Interviews. Tubingen: Gunter Narr Verlag. 1996.

E Weigand. Dialogue Analysis: units, relation and strategies beyond
the sentence. Beitrage zur Dialogforschung. T=FCbingen:
Niemeyer. 1997.

L. Whaley. Introduction to Typology: the unity and diversity of
langauge. London: Sage. 1997.

Mark Wheeler. Politics and the Mass Media. Oxford: Blackwell. 1997.

S. Wilkinson, ed. (1996) Feminist Social Psychologists. Buckingham:
Open University Press.

Sue Wilkinson and Celia Kitzinger, ed. (1996) Representing the Other:
a Feminism and Psychology reader. London: Sage.

Ruth Wodak. Disorders of Discourse. London: Longman. 1996.

J. Wyn and Rob White. Rethinking Youth. London: Sage. 1997.

 ___________________________________________________

 If you have not reviewed books for D&S before, please
 accompany your request with the following information,
 briefly indicated on a single letter-headed page:

 Name
 Institutional address
 Position
 Email address
 Special interests in the field
 Recent publications
 Recent reviews published

 Reviewers for D&S should aim at a length of only 600
 words, a little more for joint reviews. Reviews should be
 submitted within three months. Further particulars will
 be sent to you with the book(s).

 Brian Torode [email: btorodetcd.ie ]
 Reviews Editor
 Discourse & Society
 Department of Sociology
 Trinity College
 Dublin 2
 Ireland
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