26.1838, Calls: General Ling, Anthropological Ling, Applied Ling, Lang Acquisition, Philosophy of Lang/Japan

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Subject: 26.1838, Calls: General Ling, Anthropological Ling, Applied Ling, Lang Acquisition, Philosophy of Lang/Japan

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Date: Mon, 06 Apr 2015 18:36:53
From: Michael Sasaoka [events at presda.org]
Subject: 3rd Symposium on Education, Language and Sustainability

 
Full Title: 3rd Symposium on Education, Language and Sustainability 
Short Title: SELSA 

Date: 03-Jun-2015 - 05-Jun-2015
Location: Hiroshima, Japan 
Contact Person: Michael Sasaoka
Meeting Email: events at presda.org
Web Site: http://esdfocus.org/language-sustainability-symposium/ 

Linguistic Field(s): Anthropological Linguistics; Applied Linguistics; General Linguistics; Language Acquisition; Philosophy of Language 

Call Deadline: 24-Apr-2015 

Meeting Description:

Join the 3rd Symposium on Education, Language and Sustainabilit in Hiroshima, Japan. The international symposium will begin with a welcome party followed by a two-day interdisciplinary platform for scholars, language educators, researchers, assistant language teachers, students, and practitioners. The theme of this year’s symposium is Language Perspectives on Holistic Sustainability.

Under the theme of Language Perspectives on Holistic Sustainability, SELSA 2015 will explore the following and related questions, but in a way that considers sustainability beyond its ecological dimensions.  This symposium considers the contributions that language can make to expanding the horizons of sustainability.

What is the role of language in maintaining affective ties with local landscapes?
How do language revitalization movements relate to holistic sustainability?
What relationships exist between endangered languages and unsustainable use of natural resources? unsustainable social structures?
Language that encodes unique relationships with the land is an important part of many ethnographically-described food production systems.  How does language change reflect changes in subsistence strategies? 
How is language stability related to sustainable uses of natural resources? sustainable social structure?

Full papers are welcome, but not required. Registered participants with an accepted abstract and/or refereed full paper will be published in the Proceedings (ISSN 2188-3386). Oral, poster and virtual presenters shall be included in the Proceedings.

Call for Papers:

The symposium will focus on the following topic areas:

Analysis of Discourse and Text
Anthropological Linguistics
Applied Linguistics
Assessment and Evaluation
Biolinguistics
Cognitive Studies of Language
Computational Linguistics
Corpus Linguistics
Educational Linguistics
EFL / ESL
Endangered Languages
Evolution of Language
Higher Education and Further Education
Historical Linguistics
ICT / CALL
Immersion and Bilingual Education
Language and Cognition
Language and Ideology
Language Education
Language Planning and Policy
Linguistic and Cultural Imperialism
Lexicology
Minority and Heritage Education
Professional Development
Philosophy of Language
Phonetics and Phonology
Pragmatics
Psycholinguistics
Quantitative Linguistics
Reading, Writing and Literacy
Second Language Acquisition
Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy
Semantics
Semiotics
Sign Language
Sociolinguistics
Syntax
Translation Studies

Special SELSA Topics:

Language Education for Adults
Language, Culture and Socialization
Language Rights
Language and Sustainability

Guidelines:

- Abstracts must be a maximum of 250 words and must be submitted through the
online system.
- Abstracts must focus on scientific results or their application and the
broader impacts of the research findings. 
- The Review Committee may decline to consider abstracts that do not meet both
of these items.
- The preferred type of presentation (oral, poster or virtual) should be made
clear with the abstract submission.
- The Review Committee may change the presentation mode at its discretion.
- Payment of the registration fee is required for inclusion in the schedule
and proceedings.
- Co-authors also wishing to attend and present must register separately in
order to attend sessions and receive a Certificate of Presentation.
- Submission of an abstract carries with it the obligation to give a
presentation in the designated manner assigned by the Review Committee.
Permission to publish the abstract of the paper in the conference program is
implied.
- An individual cannot present another person’s paper, if their name is not
listed as an author on the abstract.
- Submissions derived from plagiarized or copyrighted research will
automatically be rejected.
- If the submitted research paper or results have been previously published in
another journal, it will not be accepted.




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