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LINGUIST List 18.3105

Tue Oct 23 2007

Confs: Applied Linguistics, General Linguistics/Austria

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        1.    Eva Lavric, Language and Football

Message 1: Language and Football
Date: 23-Oct-2007
From: Eva Lavric <eva.lavricuibk.ac.at>
Subject: Language and Football
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Language and Football

Date: 26-Oct-2007 - 28-Oct-2007
Location: Innsbruck,Tyrol, Austria
Contact: Eva Lavric
Contact Email: eva.lavricuibk.ac.at

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; General Linguistics

Meeting Description:

at the Austrian Conference of Linguists (ÖLT)
Innsbruck, 26-28/10/2007

Organized by: Eva Lavric, Gerhard Pisek,
Andrew Skinner, Wolfgang Stadler

Language and Football

On the occasion of Euro 2008 being held in Austria and Switzerland, we are
organizing a workshop about language and sport with a special emphasis on football.

Workshop ''Language and Football'' Schedule
Innsbruck University, Innrain 52, HS.6 (ground floor)

Thursday October 25th 2007
8.00 - 20.00
Get together Gasthaus ''Gruber''

Friday October 26th 2007
8.30 - 10.30
Opening, Introduction, Organization

Irene Theodoropoulou
Football Register Formation: The Case of Greece's Triumph in EURO 2004

Arnaud Richard
Commentator Narratives & Collective Representations.The European Club
Championship Final 1976 (Bayern Munich vs AS Saint-Étienne)

The Innsbruck Football Group
The Globalized Football Team:
A Research Project in Multilingual Communication

10.30 - 11.00
Coffee break

11.00 - 12.30
Hallett / Kaplan-Weinger
Richard W. Hallett and Judith Kaplan-Weinger
'The place every football fan wants to visit': A Discursive Analysis of Football
and Soccer Halls of Fame

Mélanie Bernard
Football in France : Its History, Vocabulary and Place within French Society

Patience Afrakoma hMensa
Football, a Persuasive Tool in Ghanaian Print Advertisements: A Case Study of
FIFA World Cup 2006

12.30 - 13.30
Lunch break

13.30 - 15.30
Marietta Calderón-Tichy
Soccer Related Proper Names in the Teaching of Onomastics

Barbara Sonnenhauser
Fidoness in Football Reporting

Wiredu / Anderson
John F. Wiredu and Jemima Asabea Anderson
Adjectives in Football Reporting

Jim Walker
The Footballer's Perfect - Are Footballers Leading the Way?

15.30 - 16.00
Coffee break

16.00 - 17.30
Szczesniak / Callies
Konrad Szczesniak and Marcus Callies
Europameisterschaft zu erdribbeln: Verb Particle Constructions in Sports Reporting

René Schiering
Kohle unter unsern Füßen - Regionale Identität in Schalker Fangesängen

The Innsbruck Football Group
''Zidane, Zidane, what have you done?'' Emotions on TV in six languages

Football match and Get together

Saturday October 27th 2007

8.30 - 10.30

Thomas Schmidt
The Kicktionary - A Multilingual Lexical Resource of Football Language

Engelbert Thaler
Gott ist rund - Fußball im Englischunterricht

Pavic Pintaric
Anita Pavic Pintari
Germanismen und Anglizismen in der kroatischen Fussballsprache

Henryk Duda
The Words kibic (Sports Fan) and pseudokibic (Hooligan) in Polish. Remarks on
Names of Sports Enthusiasts Used During Sporting Events

10.30 - 11.00
Coffee break

11.00 - 12.30

Muhammad Y. Gamal
The Final Whistle: How Football Terminology Took Root in Arabic
Mr. Gamal will not be present, but will send a powerpoint.)

Chinedu Uchechukwu
The Igbo Verb Roots and Their Realization of the Root Schema within the Football

Sebastian Sepek
Is English Injuring Polish? An Analysis of the Spread of English Terminology in
(and through) Polish Football

12.30 - 13.30
Lunch break

13.30 - 15.30
Vladimir Dosev
Football Lexis and Phraseology in the Contemporary Bulgarian Language

Matulina / Coralic
Zeljka Matulina and Zrinka Coralic
Sport in der Phraseologie und Phraseologie im Sport

Magnus Levin
Hitting the Back of the Net just before the Final Whistle:
High-Frequency Phrases in Football Reporting

Kamaruddin/ Shamsuddin
Fauziah Kamaruddin and Khatijah Shamsuddin
'Canaries verses Roaring Lions' Language and Football in Malaysian Newspaper

15.30 - 16.00
Coffee break

16.00 - 17.00

Kerstin Jung
Deporte espectáculo - ¿Espectáculo de la lengua?
Fußball als Medienspektakel und die sprachliche Inszenierung des Sports im

Cornelia Gerhardt
Turn-by-Turn and Move-by-Move: A Multi-modal Analysis of English Live Football
Commentary on Television

17.00 - 18.00
Plenary by Istvan Kecskes ''Bilingual pragmatics'' (HS. 6 = our room)

Reception at the Town Hall (Eduard-Wallnöfer-Platz 3)

Sunday October 28th 2007

8.30 - 10.30

Lebohang Nkopa
''I'm sure Manchester United and Chelsea and Liverpool wouldn't want to hear
that''. An Analysis of Soccer Interviews in Terms of their (Non-) Observance of
the Gricean Maxims of Quatity and Relation

Julia Kuhn
''Agnelli era un tifoso vero''.
Eine krititsche Analyse der dirkursiven Repräsentation der Familie Agnelli und
der Rolle, die sie für Juventus spielt, in italienischen und deutschprachigen

Henrik Nordin
Zur Verwendung von Alltagsmetaphern bei schwedischen und deutschen
Fußballkommentatoren - ein Vergleich

Torsten Müller
''He Held his Head in his Hands as it Flashed Past the Post'' - How Grammar and
Football Interact

10.30 - 11.00
Coffee break

11.00 - 12.30

Stephan Vierkant
Metaphern im deutschen Radio-Live-Kommentar zur Fußball-WM 2006

Eric Anchimbe
'Bend it like a Banana' Representing Sociopolitical Ecology in Football Commentaries

Ilia Chazov
Metaphor and Football: A Case Study of Russian Media

12.30 - 13.30
Lunch break

13.30 - 15.30

Anastasia Makarova
Errors in Sport Commentators Speech: Statistic and Linguistic Analysis

Jemima Asabea Anderson
Reporting Female Football Matches across Cultures

Jan Chovanec
On-line Minute-by-Minute Sports Commentaries - Towards a New Genre of Infotainment


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