26.1837, Calls: Applied Ling, Computational Ling, General Ling, Psycholing, Socioling/Greece

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Subject: 26.1837, Calls: Applied Ling, Computational Ling, General Ling, Psycholing, Socioling/Greece

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Date: Mon, 06 Apr 2015 18:30:10
From: Zoi Tatsioka [ztatsioka at city.academic.gr]
Subject: 10th Annual South East European Doctoral Student Conference

 
Full Title: 10th Annual South East European Doctoral Student Conference 
Short Title: SEE DSC 2015 

Date: 17-Sep-2015 - 18-Sep-2015
Location: Thessaloniki, Greece 
Contact Person: Zoi Tatsioka
Meeting Email: LELT at seerc.org
Web Site: http://www.seerc.org/new/index.php/component/entities/?view=news&layout=details&id=278 

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Computational Linguistics; General Linguistics; Psycholinguistics; Sociolinguistics 

Call Deadline: 19-Apr-2015 

Meeting Description:

Building on the success of the nine previous Doctoral conferences which totally attracted more than 900 research papers from countries all over the SE European region and beyond, we are pleased to be launching the Call for Papers for the 10th Annual South East European Doctoral Student Conference (10th SEE DSC). The aim of the conference is to further facilitate the exchange of knowledge between young researchers, and to consolidate the established network of scholars currently undertaking research in South East Europe. Doctoral students and young researchers in the areas of Business Administration, Economics, Finance, Management, Marketing, Information & Communication Technologies, Psychology and Behavioural Sciences, Politics, Sociology and Education Studies are invited to attend and present papers related to their doctoral research.

The conference will comprise of:

1. Paper sessions
2. Special workshops/training sessions delivered by distinguished academics
3. Panel discussions
4. Social events

By participating in the 10th SEE Doctoral Student Conference doctoral students are given the opportunity to:

- Present theirr work in a friendly environment and receive extensive and valuable feedback from experts in theirr field
- Strengthen their network with other PhD students as well as with distinguished academics and professionals in their area
- Apply for the ‘Best Papers’ Award
- Publish their work in the Conference Proceedings which are indexed at EBSCO database
- Publish their work in respectable Academic Journals (selected papers only)
- Further develop their academic and research skills

Call for Papers:

Submission Details:

Depending on the stage of your research, you can submit either a short paper (3-5 pages) or a long paper (8-15 pages). All research papers will be reviewed by at least 2 expert reviewers, and authors will have access to the feedback provided. All accepted papers that will be orally presented during the conference, will be included in the conference proceedings and indexed in EBSCO Database. During the presentation at the conference the participant will have the opportunity to acquire additional feedback from two discussants that will participate in the session. For more information including author guidelines please visit the following links (depending on the research area your paper is addressed to).

Suggested, but not exclusive, research areas include:

Second Language Acquisition
Sociolinguistics
English as a Lingua Franca
Language and Identity
Lexicology and Lexicography
Computational Linguistics
Neurolinguistics
Cognitive Linguistics
Psycholinguistics
English Language Teaching Methodology
New Technologies in ELT
Language Policy and Language Planning

Important Dates:

Short or Full Paper Submission: Extended Deadline: Sunday, 19​ April​
Notification of Acceptance: Monday, 25​ May 2015
Response to Reviewers’ Comments and Submission of Final Camera-Ready Paper: Friday, 26 June 2015
Publication of Conference Programme: Friday, 10​ July​ 2015

Conference Fee: 50 Euro (includes coffees and lunches for the two days plus a hard copy of the Conference Proceedings).




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