18th Annual Conference of Pragmatics Society of Japan
Abstr. due: 14.08.2015
Dates: 05.12.15 — 06.12.15
Area Of Sciences: Humanities;
Organizing comittee e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Organizers: Pragmatics Society of Japan
Call for Presentation]
1. About presentation
Presentation Type: Lecture presentation: Lecture 25 min. + QA 10 min.
Poster presentation: 1 h 40 m.
Workshop: 1 h 40 m. (Organization only).
2. Language: Japanese or English
3. Submission of Abstract:
The conference office only accepts submissions from members of the Society. The first author should be a member in the case of a group presentation. For membership, please contact the business office, secretary -at- pragmatics.gr.jp.
Abstracts for paper presentation are invited on any aspects of pragmatic analysis from a variety of fields, including historical pragmatics, cognitive pragmatics, interface of pragmatics and other disciplines, interlanguage pragmatics, social pragmatics, comparative or contrastive pragmatics studies.
All abstracts (which must be in English) must be submitted electronically at online submission page, as the files in MS Word format (*.doc, or *docx) and if possible in PDF format (*.pdf).
The length of an abstract should be approximately 500 words, not including references, figures, tables, and/or graphs.
The supplement file which includes the author(s) information must be submitted, too. The author(s) information file should contain the following: 1. Name, 2. Affiliation, 3. email address.
You will be able to upload this file after you finish the submission. On the Author Console, please click "Upload File" at the Supplementary Material.
Conference Web-Site: http://www.pragmatics.gr.jp/conference_e.html
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