CALL FOR PAPERS: Language and Social Interaction
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Call for Papers for the Language & Social Interaction Division
of the National Communication Association Convention in Atlanta,
November 1-4, 2001.
The Language & Social Interaction Division of the National
Communication Association solicits competitive papers and
panel proposals concerning the use of speech, language, or
gesture in human communication. This includes studies of
discourse processes, face-to-face interaction, communication
competence, speech act theory, cognitive processing, and
conversation analytic, ethnographic, ethnomethodological,
and sociolinguistic work.
Paper abstracts will be accepted, but completed papers are
preferred. Members and non-members of NCA are encouraged to
Include a detachable cover page with the title, author's
name, affiliation, address, phone/fax number, e-mail
address, audio-visual requests, and a 50-75 word abstract.
Papers which are authored solely by students who have not
completed the Ph.D. are eligible for a student award
and should be identified by writing "Student" in the
upper right corner of the title page. Send 5 copies by
February 1, 2001 to the address listed below.
A detachable cover page should include the panel/program
title, complete identification of all participants (name,
affiliation, address, phone/fax number, e-mail address of
each participant). The remainder of the proposal should
include a rationale for the panel/program, a 50-75 word
abstract of each paper or presenter topic, and all
audio-visual requests. Send 5 copies by February 1, 2001
to the address listed below.
For more information on the convention, check the NCA web
or for more information on the Language & Social
Interaction Division of NCA, check the LSI web site:
Send papers or panel/program proposals to:
Department of Speech Communication
100 Sims Hall
Syracuse, NY 13244
Phone: 315/443-5137; 607/849-4764