15.3484, Calls: Discourse Analysis/Brazil; Translation/Finland

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Subject: 15.3484, Calls: Discourse Analysis/Brazil; Translation/Finland                                                                                                                                                          

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1)
Date: 08-Dec-2004
From: Clarissa Bastos < claro at cosmevelho.com.br >
Subject: 3rd Conference on Discourse, Communication and Enterprise 

2)
Date: 11-Dec-2004
From: Klaus Geyer < klaus_geyer at gmx.net >
Subject: International Conference on the Translation of Dialects in Multimedia 
 

	
-------------------------Message 1 ---------------------------------- 
Date: Mon, 13 Dec 2004 22:16:41
From: Clarissa Bastos < claro at cosmevelho.com.br >
Subject: 3rd Conference on Discourse, Communication and Enterprise 
 

Full Title: 3rd Conference on Discourse, Communication and Enterprise 
Short Title: III DICOEN - 2005 

Date: 08-Nov-2005 - 10-Nov-2005
Location: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 
Contact Person: José Roberto Gomes
Meeting Email: dicoen2005let at iag.puc-rio.br
Web Site: http://www.puc-rio.br/iag/dicoen2005

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

Call Deadline: 01-Mar-2005 

Meeting Description:

DICOEN 2005 is an interdisciplinary forum on discourse and communication
within organizational contexts. It promotes interdisciplinary debate among
diverse areas of research and study. We particularly welcome contributions
from Linguistics, Business Administration, Sociology, Social Psychology,
Anthropology and Philosophy, areas that share interest in issues related to
the themes of the conference 

The Department of Language Arts and the Business School (IAG) at the
Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro (Pontifícia Universidade Católica -
Rio) are pleased to announce the Third International Conference on
Discourse, Communication and Enterprise (DICOEN 2005) to be held in Rio de
Janeiro, 8 - 10 September 2005.

Invited Speakers
James Taylor, Université de Montréal, CA
Louise Mullany, The University of Nottingham, UK
Pedro M. Garcez, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, BR

Organizing Committee
José Roberto Gomes da Silva, President - Business School - PUC-Rio 
Maria do Carmo Leite de Oliveira, President - Language Arts Department -
PUC-Rio
Bárbara Hemais - Language Arts Department - PUC-Rio
Clarissa Rollin Pinheiro Bastos - Language Arts Department - PUC-Rio
Elaine Assayag, Business School - PUC-Rio.
Maria das Graças Dias Pereira - Language Arts Department - PUC-Rio 
Paulo Cortes Gago - Language Arts Department - UFJF
Sonia Bittencourt da Silveira - Language Arts Department - UFJF

TRACKS AND CHAIRS
Contributions to the Tracks of the Conference must be sent to their
respective Chair.

Tracks (see descriptions below):
-	Communication and Technology in Organizations
-	Language Use and Organizational Behavior
-	Discourse Genres in Business and Work in General
-	Customer-server communication
-	Institutional Communication
-	Communication on International/Global Context

Chairs

Leila Bárbara, Catholic University of São Paulo (PUC-SP)
Lúcia Pacheco de Oliveira, Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro (PUC-Rio)
Décio Rocha, State University of Rio de Janeiro (UERJ) 
Paulo Cortes Gago, Federal University of Juiz de Fora (UFJF-MG)
Sonia Bittencourt Silveira, Federal University of Juiz de Fora (UFJF, MG))
Tânia Gastão Saliés, Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro (PUC-Rio) 


Communication and Technology in Organizations
Mediated communication through different technologies such as video and
audio conferences, electronic forums, telephone, radio, pager and others.

Abstracts should be sent to

Tânia Gastão Saliés
Rua Gustavo Sampaio 88, apto 1001 - Leme
CEP 22010-010 - Rio de Janeiro - RJ - Brasil
Telephone: (55-21) 31141444 - 31141445 - 31141446 - 31141447
e-mail: tgsalies at let.puc-rio.br


Language use and organizational behavior
Intercultural communication; communication in contexts of organizational
change; communication, power, control and bureaucracy; discourse and social
inequalities in organizations; interpersonal communication and group
interactions. 

Abstracts should be sent to

Décio Rocha 
Rua Mário Coimbra Bouças, 10, apt. 501, bl. 2 - Freguesia
CEP 22743-675 - Rio de Janeiro - Brasil
Telephone: (55-21) 3327-6213
e-mail: rochadm at uol.com.br 


Discourse Genres in Business and Work in General
Spoken and written genres used in communication within and between
businesses and in work situations in general, for example, mission
statements, websites and other types of marketing information.

Abstracts should be sent to

Leila Bárbara 
Rua MonteAlegre, 971
CEP: 05014-90  São Paulo - SP- Brasil
Telephone: (55-011) 3864-4409
e-mail:lbarbara at uol.com.br


Customer-server communication 
Customer-service communication, either in face-to-face encounters or in
mediated interactions such as call centers or help desks; conflict
mediation with customers; sale or post sale communication; communication
related to the concept of customer relations (CRM)
Abstracts should be sent to

Sonia Bittencourt Silveira
Rua Silva Pinto 84, apto.402 - Vila Isabel
CEP: 20551-190  Rio de Janeiro - RJ - Brasil
Telephone: (55-21) 2576-0203
e-mail: soniabit at terra.com.br


Institutional Communication
Marketing discourse; the construction of strategic discourse;
organizational communication in the construction of networks and alliances;
philosophy and processes of the management of organizational communication. 

Abstracts should be sent to

Paulo Cortes Gago 
Rua Joaquim Murtinho, 802/S-102 - Santa Teresa 
CEP 20241-320  Rio de Janeiro - RJ - Brasil
Telephone: (55-21) 2224 2805
e-mail: pcgago at uol.com.br 


Communication on International/Global Context
Organizational and marketing communication in an international or global
context, including cultural, technological, structural, linguistics, and
psychological aspects. 

Abstracts should be sent to

Lúcia Pacheco de Oliveira 
Rua Piratininga, 15/402 - Gávea,
CEP 22451-130  Rio de Janeiro - RJ - Brasil
Telephone:  (55-21) 2274-3461 (res) 3114-1447 (com)
e-mail: luciapo at let.puc-rio.br
luciapo at openlink.com.br


Important dates

March, 1st 2005:  Last day of abstract submission
April, 10th 2005:  Information of paper acceptance
June, 30th 2005:  Changing prices of registration 
July, 15th 2005:  Last day of full text reception, for Proceedings
publication in CD 
July, 15th 2005:  Last day of registration form submission 

Visit the Conference Web Site for guideliness on submissions and further
information.

http://www.puc-rio.br/iag/dicoen2005



	
-------------------------Message 2 ---------------------------------- 
Date: Mon, 13 Dec 2004 22:16:45
From: Klaus Geyer < klaus_geyer at gmx.net >
Subject: International Conference on the Translation of Dialects in Multimedia 

	

Full Title: International Conference on the Translation of Dialects in Multimedia 
Short Title: MultiMeDialectTrans 2005 

Date: 25-Aug-2005 - 27-Aug-2005
Location: Kouvola, Finland 
Contact Person: Irmeli Helin
Meeting Email: irmeli.helin at helsinki.fi
Web Site: http://rosetta.helsinki.fi/tutkimus/multimedialecttrans_2005.htm

Linguistic Field(s): Sociolinguistics; Translation 

Call Deadline: 01-Mar-2005 

Meeting Description:

Conference Profile

Held at the University of Helsinki/Kouvola (Department of Translation
Studies), MultiMeDialectTrans 2005, an international conference on the
translation of dialects in multimedia will be taking place from 25 to 27
August 2005. This conference will be organized by the Department of
Translation Studies at the University of Helsinki in Kouvola, Finland,
aided by an international organizing committee. This invitation is directed
at academics from various disciplines as well as translators and students
who are interested in the translation of dialects in multimedia contexts.
The conference will concentrate on a complex, interdisciplinary subject
area involving linguistics, communication studies, film studies and
translation studies as well as other areas of cultural studies, sociology
and other disciplines. Language and communication forms, knowledge and
thoughts are all influenced by communication media. The main topics to be
covered at the conference include dubbing films in dialect and linguistic
varieties; cultural transfer processes in the characteristics of dialects;
archaisms, regionalisms, varieties in the continuum between dialect and
standard language, also in multimedia, as well as associated transfer
problems. 

Organizing committee of ''MultiMeDialectTrans 2005 - International
Conference on the Translation of Dialects in Multimedia''
Irmeli Helin (Conference Chair), University of Helsinki, Finland
Herta Maurer-Lausegger, Alps-Adriatic University of Klagenfurt, Austria
Gionvanni Nadiani, University of Bologna, Italy
Koloman Brenner, Eötvös-Lorànd University Budapest, Hungary
Klaus Geyer, Vilnius Pedagogical University, Lithunia  

Place: 
University of Helsinki, Department of Translation Studies, PO Box 94,
Paraatikenttä 7, FI-45101 Kouvola, Finland

Plenary speakers: to be announced

Length of individual papers: 20 minutes plus 10 minutes' discussion 
Papers can be given in English, Finnish, German, Swedish and Russian. A
simultaneous interpretation service will be provided by students from the
Department of Translation Studies during the conference.

Abstract: length of abstract of individual papers: 200-300 words (in one of
the above mentioned languages). Please include any requests for audiovisual
equipment.

Abstract deadline: 1 March 2005 

Notification of acceptance of papers by the organizing committee: 
31 March 2005 

Participation fee: 40 euros
Participation fee for students: 5 euros (no registration required) 

Excursion: if there is enough interest, an excursion to Helsinki is planned
for 27 August 2004. The cost of taking part in the excursion will be
announced at a later date. 

Publication: a scientific committee of referees will compile a selection of
the papers given for publication.

Deadline for submitting the printed version: 1 October 2005. 

Information: irmeli.helin at helsinki.fi
Phone: +358 5 8252202 
Fax +358 5 8252251
Email for registration: MultiMeDialectTrans at kouvola.helsinki.fi  
(after 1 December 2004) 

Postal Address: 
Prof. Dr. Irmeli Helin 
MultiMeDialectTrans 2005 
University of Helsinki
Department of Translation Studies
PO Box 94
FI-45101 Kouvola
Finland


 



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