Language Centre at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
Tipo de actividad:
Congreso, jornada, encuentro
Fecha límite de solicitud:
Lunes, 31 enero, 2005
The Conference aims at addressing the general thematic area of Language in a changing world from a number of different angles of approach. The multiple changes that have been realized in today's fast-moving globalized world have had a strong impact on language, reflected in a variety of aspects i.e. literature, social and cultural issues, communication, technology and civilization in general. Drawing upon the various changes that constantly materialize throughout the world, the conference is meant to explore new perspectives with reference to the way(s) such changes have influenced all aspects of language in general and specific languages, in particular. Prospective participants are invited to contribute studies in the fields of theoretical and applied linguistics, technology, literature, translation as well as in the area of sociology, ethnology and anthropology. Hence, links between different areas within and across these fields are strongly encouraged.

Language in a changing world may be examined in relation to the suggested topics below (the list not beingexhaustive):
- The teaching of a Second/ Foreign Language: linguistic and teaching approaches.
- New methods in the teaching of linguistic levels (Phonology, Morphology, Syntax, Lexicon).
- The contribution of technology to the teaching of foreign languages.- The literary text in the teaching of a foreign language.
- Translation and Foreign Language Teaching.- Language and Communication.- Language and technology.- Language and sex.- The language of the young people.- Language variation and language change.- Language and Civilization.- Cultural factors and their impact on language.- Ethnic minorities and language.- Language and globalization.- Literature and language.- Language Testing.

Official languages of the Conference: Greek and English.PAPER PRESENTATION FORMAT:15-minute speaker presentation, followed by 5-minute discussion.Abstracts should be sent electronically to: eleont@didaskaleio.uoa.grEleni Leontaridi.Phone: +30 210 8032748ABSTRACT SPECIFICATIONS:- Electronic format for PC- Length: 300 words (up to one page)- Font type: Arial Narrow- Font size: 12 pt- Line spacing: 1,5- Page setup: Margins as defined by MS Word (top/bottom: 2,54 cm, left/right: 3,17 cm)In addition to your abstract, please provide the following information:- Name- Affiliation- Title of paper- References (optional)- Brief bionote (maximum length: 100 words)- Postal address- E-mail address- Telephone numberNote: Each author may submit only ONE individual or co-authored abstract.Deadline for submission of abstracts: January 31, 2005

Notification of participation: March 31, 2005
Fecha de inicio: 
Viernes, 9 diciembre, 2005
Fecha de finalización: 
Domingo, 11 diciembre, 2005
Dirección postal completa: 
National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
Teléfono 1: 
+30 210 8032748
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