The aim of this research blog is to encourage sharing among researchers on the topic of linguistic politeness and pragmatics. This platform has been made accessible to public since 31 July 2013.
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Here’s some information on publications relating to Malaysian English: the article Malaysian English KM 32 Supp 1 2014 – Art 8(167-185), and the book:
Creating a corpus is fun. My corpus may be the smallest in the world.
(But I have so far excluded conference/workshop information for computer linguists on this website. I may include such information in the future).
*** A gentle reminder: Comprehensive lists of conferences in the first- and second-half of 2015 with Call for Papers have already been posted. Click “Conferences” on your right on this website.
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Extended deadline for abstracts submission: 22 October 2014
Professor Jef Verschueren, IPrA Secretary General, has informed that if you are trying to make last-minute submissions to meet the 15 October deadline, the deadline will be extended through 22 October 2014 in order to prevent system overload. However the submission module will be definitively closed on Thursday morning 23 October, 9:00 AM, Belgian time.
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Here’s the first call for papers for the Approaches to Digital Discourse Analysis Conference that will be held in Valencia (Spain) on November 19-20, 2015.
Information: ADDA1 1st CFP
Pilar G. Blitvich, Ph.D.
Professor and Director of Graduate Studies in English
email@example.com | http://english.uncc.edu/people/blitvich-pilar-phd
Co-Editor in Chief – Journal of Language Aggression and Conflict
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Here’s news for a conference on Bilingual Studies, involving the Chinese language (Information & Reply ; Information in Chinese)
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Our follower, Murad Sawalmeh, has shared another publication on his website:
It’s a pretty card! Linguists who know Arabic can start comparing the Jordanian variety or organisation of language in the particular setting with theirs.
It’s really encouraging to know that our followers and members are actively publishing. Thank you for sharing!