29.2797, Calls: Applied Ling, Disc Analysis, Forensic Ling, Pragmatics, Socioling/New Zealand

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Subject: 29.2797, Calls: Applied Ling, Disc Analysis, Forensic Ling, Pragmatics, Socioling/New Zealand

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Date: Thu, 05 Jul 2018 14:59:36
From: Kerry South [imean6 at confer.co.nz]
Subject: iMean6 Interaction and Meaning

 
Full Title: iMean6 Interaction and Meaning 
Short Title: iMean6 

Date: 15-Apr-2019 - 17-Apr-2019
Location: Wellington, New Zealand 
Contact Person: Meredith Marra
Meeting Email: imean6 at confer.co.nz
Web Site: http://www.confer.nz/imean6/ 

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

Call Deadline: 15-Oct-2018 

Meeting Description:

iMean6 Interaction and Meaning Conference
15–17 April 2019 - Wellington NZ
www.confer.nz/imean6/

The sixth iMean conference maintains its traditional focus on meaning in
social interaction, with a thematic orientation to Weaving (broadly defined).
In celebration of the conference’s move to New Zealand, we are embracing
meaning and variation found within local and diverse networks. We encourage
dialogue which is inclusive of both traditional and contemporary perspectives.
We look forward to welcoming new communities to iMean and to New Zealand,
weaving together innovative pathways to guide future research.

iMean6 aims to take a critical approach to and broad view of ‘weaving’ in the
field, focused around (but not restricted to) the following themes:

- Working across disciplines and frameworks
- Innovative opportunities for sociopragmatic research
- Indigenous approaches to language use
- Diversity in and through languages
- New methods in discourse analysis and sociopragmatic research
- Meaning making in diverse networks
- Variation and meaning making in signed languages
- Ethnicity and marginalisation
- Norms and variation in im/polite language behaviour


Call for Papers:

Submission Details:

Panel Proposals: 
Panel proposals are invited by 15 October 2018. Decisions about panels will be
made by 15 November. Panel organisers should oversee abstracts from panel
members, with up to 6 papers in a panel (2 X 90-minute slots). Individual
panel members should submit abstracts via the website form by 15 October 2018.
The lead contact should ensure all 6 papers are submitted with the same panel
details (name/lead contact) in the provided field. Submissions can be made
individually as long as these details are included.

Individual Papers: 
Abstracts of no more than 350 words (not including references) are invited.
The deadline for receipt of abstracts is 15 October 2018. The name and
affiliation of the author(s) should not be included in the body of the
abstract. If your submission is part of a Panel, or you would like to propose
your paper as part of one of the Colloquia, please state this clearly in your
submission. Submissions will be taken via the online abstract submission form
at www.confer.nz/imean6/abstracts/




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