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Call for Papers: International Symposium on Language and Communication
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ISLC is an international symposium which focuses on the research trends and challenges in the fields of interdisciplinary language, literature, history and communication studies at both national and international levels, and their consequences for the theory, policy and practice of a variety of fields such as education, economy, sociology, and all other related fields.

1/27/2012
When: 1/27/2012
Where: Atatürk Congress Center
Ege University
Izmir
Turkey

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The Organizing Committee is pleased to invite you to participate in the International Symposium on Language and Communication: Research trends and challenges (ISLC). The symposium is to be held 10-13 June 2012 in the Atatürk Congress Center, Ege University, İzmir, Turkey.

ISLC is an international symposium which focuses on the research trends and challenges in the fields of interdisciplinary language, literature, history and communication studies at both national and international levels, and their consequences for the theory, policy and practice of a variety of fields such as education, economy, sociology, and all other related fields. ISLC provides an international forum that enables discussions of the latest research trends and challenges, and promotes critical debate, on the often-complex interconnections among language and communication and history, economy, sociology, education, and all related sub-fields.

Subject Areas The symposium publishes research papers in the fields of humanities, social sciences and economics such as anthropology, communication studies, demography, education, ethics, geography, history, industrial relations, information science, international relations, law, linguistics, library science, methodology, philosophy, political science, population studies, psychology, public administration, sociology, literature, religious studies, visual arts, women studies, management, human resources management, international business, tourism, business ethics, development studies and so on.

Papers may address (but are not limited to) the following strands: Communication: - Communication Methods and Researches - Cultural Studies, Cultural History, Humanities - Media and Society Studies, Social Communication, Social Media - Professional and Corporate Communications - Mass Communication, Mass Communication History - Communication Law, Policy and Planning - Communication and Difference - Popular Culture, Media Uses and Media Literacy - Intercultural Communication and Global Media Trends - Global Communication, Social Change, Comparative Studies and Migration Studies - Media Studies, Models of Media Systems Analysis - Communication Technologies, ICT, Online Journalism and Online Research Innovations - Ethnicity and Race in Communication, Diasporas Studies - Digital Media, Digital Culture and Human-Technology Interaction and Human Factors - New Media, Internet and New Media Theories - Mobile Technologies Used for Dissemination and Promotion of Art - Innovative Works in Computer-based Art/Digital Art/Animation - Democracy, Politics and Journalism Ethics - Media and Identity - Journalism Studies, Journalism Theory, Press Studies, Promotional Culture - Instructional and Developmental Communication - Interpersonal Communication Research And Criticism - Political Communication - Visual Communication Studies, (Television, Filmmaking, Multimedia, Multi-Standards) - Communication, Training, Cultural Variation and Challenges - Philosophy of Communication - Advertising and Marketing Language: - Status/ Survival of Language and Literature - Society and Culture - Discourse Studies - First/Second Language Acquisition - Language Diversity - Language Policy and Planning - Language Rights, Language Policy - Language and Social Interaction - Language and Identity - Multilingualism, Cross-Cultural Communication - National and Local Languages, World Languages - Language and Economic Development - Language for Employability - Language and Social Mobility - Language Teaching: Trends And Challenges - Role of the Culture in Global Supply Chain - Discourse Linguistics - Computational Linguistics, Computational Lexicography. - Language Pragmatics - Cultural and Historical Analysis - Cognitive Linguistics - Methodology of Teaching Foreign Languages - Rhetoric - Sociolinguistics - Language and the Arts - Sociology of Language - Translation Studies Language

The official languages of the Symposium will be Turkish and English. Delegates are required to prepare - 15-minute oral presentations followed by 5-minute question-response periods - Posters (to be displayed at designated times throughout the conference) - Abstracts and full papers will be double blind reviewed by the referees of the symposium. Accepted papers and posters will be published in Proceeding Book of ISLC 2012.

Submission of Abstracts Opens : 1th OCT
Deadline for Submission of Abstracts : 27th JAN
Early Discount Registration Closes : 16th MAR
Deadline to Register : 6th APR
Full Paper Submission Deadline : 13th APR
ISLC/2012 : 10th JUN .

Please read the guidelines on how to make your online submission before you start the submission process www.inlcs.org/2012 We look forward greatly to your participation in the ISLC 2012 symposium.



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