27.5073, FYI: Call for Papers

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Subject: 27.5073, FYI: Call for Papers

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Date: Mon, 12 Dec 2016 15:30:56
From: Lozzi Martial Meutem Kamtchueng [lozzimartial at yahoo.fr]
Subject: Call for Papers

 
Call for Papers

Language, Media and Technologies: Usages, Forms and Functions

Editors: Camilla ArundieTabe,Ecole Normale Supérieure, University of   Maroua,
Cameroon, Lozzi Martial Meutem Kamtchueng, Faculty of Letters and Social
Sciences,University of Maroua, Cameroon

Abstracts submission deadline: January 31, 2017
Full papers due: May 30, 2017

Research on language, media and technologies has been growing rapidly in
recent years. Media and technologies  have brought about the communication
revolution. Language is part of this revolution because it is through language
that communication is attained. Media and technology cannot, therefore be
separated from language which is a key element in communication.This domain of
language and social contexts has seen varied research. These include works on
some aspects of language (e. g. lexicology, semantics, phonology, syntax) as
used in  media and technologies both at national and international levels. 

Language, media and technologies work jointly and help us accomplish all sorts
of things in almost every area of human life. There is incredible and
extensive use of media and technology(e.g. newspapers, radio, TV, telephone,
computer and the internet) in both interpersonal and mass communication. All
the media and technology are related to language use. They influence language
in one way or the other. They may extend the usage of everyday speech and
writing; they may restraint language use and stimulate communication in a
second or foreign language. The kind of media or technology employed and the
participants may bring about variation in language use in these contexts. 

This book aims at bringing together scholarly works on the usages, forms and
functions of language use in media and technology, as well as the impact of
media and technology on language. It is going to be of immense importance to
language students, and a reference source to linguists who are interested in
the discourse of media and technology.

We invite originalabstracts or complete research papers that explore language
through the use of media (e.g. newspapers, radio, TV) and different
technologies (e. g. telephone, e-mail, whatssup, websites) on any of the
following areas (but not necessarily limited to them):  

- Language usage in Media and Technology
- Evolution of Internet Discourse
- Coherence and Cohesion in Online Communication (Facebook, Twitter, Whatssup,
etc)
- Language and Radio Communication 
- Language and the Print Media
- Euphemisms and Taboos in Media Discourse 
- Context in Media and/or Technological Discourse
- Lexes of Media/ technologies  
- Language acquisition and multimedia
- Visual language in media/Technologies
- Language and Television
- Speech and writing in online Communication
- Syntax of Internet communication
- Mobile-mediated language use 
- Pragmatics of media discourse
- Language use in Online Teaching and Learning
- Semantics of Media Discourse
- Language use and gender on social media
- Social media and linguistic creativity
- Language and identity on social media
- Multilingualism and multiculturalism on social media
- Linguistic norms and language use on social media
- Verbal, nonverbal and iconographic language on social media
- Language and advert on the social media
- Language and discourse on the social media
- Non-linguistic issues and language use on social media

Submission Procedure:

Researchers and practitioners are invited to submit on or before January 31,
2017, an abstract of 300 words clearly explaining the aim and contents of the
proposed paper. Proposals should contain the following information:

- Title of proposed chapter
- Name and affiliationof author(s)
- E-mail address

Submissions should be in Microsoft Word Format. Authors of accepted proposals
will be notified by March 1, 2017 and chapter guidelinessent to them. Full
chapters are expected to be submitted by May 30, 2017. All submitted chapters
will be reviewed on a double-blind review basis.

Please e-mail all submissions and enquiries toarundietabe at gmail.comor
lozzimartial at yahoo.fr

Publisher:

This book is scheduled to be published by Peter Lang.This publication is
anticipated to be released in November 2017.
 



Linguistic Field(s): Sociolinguistics

Subject Language(s): English (eng)





 



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