LINGUIST List 30.460

Tue Jan 29 2019

Confs: Applied Linguistics, Discourse Analysis, Pragmatics, Syntax/France

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Date: 25-Jan-2019
From: Fanny Domenec <fanny.domenecu-paris2.fr>
Subject: Ethics and Specialised Domains: The Place, Functions and Forms of Ethical Considerations in Specialised Varieties of English
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Ethics and Specialised Domains: The Place, Functions and Forms of Ethical Considerations in Specialised Varieties of English
Short Title: 40th GERAS Conference


Date: 21-Mar-2019 - 23-Mar-2019
Location: Paris, France
Contact: Fanny Domenec
Contact Email: < click here to access email >
Meeting URL: https://geras19.u-paris2.fr/en/40th-international-geras-conference

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Discourse Analysis; Pragmatics; Syntax

Subject Language(s): English; French

Meeting Description:

Ethics and specialised domains: the place, functions and forms of ethical considerations in specialised varieties of English

Specialised varieties of English have already been approached by researchers from a number of angles, but it seems that ethical considerations, and their place, functions and forms in the discourse of specialised communities have been under-investigated. Yet, a great many members of disciplinary or professional milieus ask themselves ethical questions about the organisation they work for, their responsibilities, their positioning or their relationships with society at large: whatever they do, they must be able to account for their decisions (Rawls 1987). Examples of such preoccupations are quite common today in such fields as legal ethics and the codes of conduct of the legal professions, ethical finance, business ethics, management ethics with the emergence of Chief Ethics Officers in the corporate world, in addition to journalistic, political and environmental ethics — not to mention medical ethics, bioethics, and ethics in science and the new technologies; as a result, ethics and deontology are often associated.

Program:

Thursday 21 March

8:30: Opening of reception desk - coffee

9:00:
(Lecture Hall 5) - Opening of the 9th doctoral symposium

Moderators:
Laurence HARRIS & Evgueniya LYU

9:15:
Audrey CARTRON (LERMA, Aix-Marseille Université) :
Caractériser l’anglais de la police en tant que langue de spécialité : description, didactique et approche de la problématique de l’éthique

10:45:
Claire KLOPPMANN-LAMBERT (CLILLAC-ARP, Paris Diderot & LATTICE, ENS et Paris 3 Sorbonne Nouvelle)
Constitution d’un corpus pour l’étude comparative et diachronique de différents genres promotionnels en architecture

10:15: Coffee break

10:45:
Charlélie FANGET (CLILLAC-ARP, Paris Diderot)
Genre discursif et métaphores conceptuelles dans le discours spécialisé

11:15:
Juliette RINGEISEN-BIARDEAUD (maître de conférences, université Paris 2 Panthéon-Assas)
À quoi s'attendre avant et après la soutenance : quelques conseils aux jeunes (et moins jeunes) doctorants

11:45:
(Lecture Hall 5) - Round table headed by Professor Shirley CARTER-THOMAS

12:30: Free time for lunch / GERAS Board meeting (Room 506)

14:00-16:00:
General interest group (GIC) meetings

Health: Room 402
Law: Room 403
Science & Academia: Room 404
Economics and management: Room 405
Didactics & ESP: Room 406

16:00: Coffee break

16:30-18:30:
(Lecture Hall 5) - Round table with representatives of four different spheres of activity (research, medicine, the media and consulting).

18:45: Cocktail party


Friday 22 March

8:30:
Opening of reception desk

9:00:
(Lecture Hall 5) - Conference opening by the President of Paris 2 Panthéon-Assas University, Professor Guillaume LEYTE

9:20-10:20:
(Lecture Hall 5) - Plenary lecture: Guillaume TUSSEAU (Law School, IEP, Paris)

10:25: Coffee break

10:45–12:15: Parallel workshops

Lecture Hall 5

10:45:
Pascaline FAURE
Lorsque la langue de spécialité n’est pas « éthique » : l’exemple de l’argot médical en anglais et en français

11:15:
Anaïs CARNET
“Everybody lies”. Éthique médicale, communication médecin-patient et House M.D. : une approche didactique

11:45:
Lucie BERNARD
Enjeux éthiques de la notion de « race » en anglais médical américain

Lecture Hall 3

10:45:
Cinzia GIGLIONI
Legalistic and commitment-oriented corporate code of ethics: Distinctive lexical and syntactic traits

11:15:
Paola CATENACCIO
The ethical framing of legitimacy in contested industries: Argumentative perspectives

11:45:
Claire HEUILLARD
Ethics as an element of brand persona: The case of the Canadian diamond

12:30:
Lunch at the Lucernaire restaurant

14:15-15:15:
(Lecture Hall 5) - Plenary lecture: Marlies WHITEHOUSE (Zurich University of Applied Sciences, School of Applied Linguistics)

15:30-16:30:
Parallel workshops

Lecture Hall 5

15:30:
Noujoud BOUKHENNOUFA
La traduction des écrits scientifiques dans les domaines de spécialité : entre pratique contraignante et éthique professionnelle

16:00:
Perrine CIRAUD-LANOUE
Panorama des considérations éthiques dans le domaine de l’édition

Lecture Hall 3

15:30:
Miguel Ángel CAMPOS PARDILLOS
When wrong is “sick”: Metaphors in academic legal discourse on match-fixing and doping

16:00:
Martin SOLLY
Are the ethical and legal dimensions of disclosure compatible?

16:45: Coffee break

17:15-19:15:
(Lecture Hall 3) - GERAS annual general meeting

20:45: Dinner cruise (meeting point: Port Solférino across the street from the Orsay Museum


Saturday 23 March

9:00-10:30:
Parallel workshops

Room 404

9:00:
Evgeniya LYU
Présentation d’une étude de cas destinée à sensibiliser des étudiants en psychologie à la dimension déontologique de la spécialité en contexte anglo-saxon

9:30:
Muriel CONAN
Enseigner l’éthique d’une communauté spécialisée : approche interculturelle et perspectives didactiques

10:00:
Dacia DRESSEN HAMMOUDA
Méthode d’élaboration d’un curriculum « éthique » pour un parcours de master LEA professionnalisant

Room 406

9:00:
Marie-Hélène FRIES
Theory constitutive metaphors and environmental ethics in the IPCC assessment reports

9:30:
Camille BIROS
The terminology of ethics in a corpus of international climate negotiations

10:00:
Michela SOPRANZI
Ethical issues emerging during doctor-patient communication in bilingual medical visits interpreted by ad hoc interpreters vs. cultural mediators

10:35: Coffee break

11:00-11:30:
(Room 214) - Last workshop

11:00:
Michel VAN DER YEUGHT
Identifying linguistic deontologies for specialists: Theoretical framework and general characteristics

11:35:
(Room 214) - Conference closing ceremony; transfer of the GERAS banner to the organizers of the March 2020 Conference in Nantes

14:00:
If you have registered for the visit of the Senate house, make sure you are on time at the meeting point: the visit will start at 14:30 and will last two hours




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