LINGUIST List 21.1772|
Mon Apr 12 2010
Calls: Applied Ling, General Ling, Lang Acquisition, Psycholing/Denmark
Editor for this issue: Kate Wu
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Jensen de López,
Language Impairment in Monolingual and Bilingual Society
Message 1: Language Impairment in Monolingual and Bilingual Society
From: Kristine Jensen de López <kristinehum.aau.dk>
Subject: Language Impairment in Monolingual and Bilingual Society
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Full Title: Language Impairment in Monolingual and Bilingual Society
Short Title: LIMoBiS
Date: 29-Sep-2010 - 01-Oct-2010
Location: Aalborg, Denmark
Contact Person: Kristine Jensen de López
Meeting Email: limobishum.aau.dk
Web Site: http://limobis.aau.dk/index.html
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Discourse Analysis; General
Linguistics; Language Acquisition; Psycholinguistics
Call Deadline: 30-Apr-2010
Language Impairment in Monolingual and Bilingual Society is an interdisciplinary
conference that brings together psychologists, linguistics, and speech and
language professionals who work on language acquisition and cognition in
children with typical and atypical language development and who are acquiring
one language or more.
The goal of the conference is to integrate knowledge about typical and atypical
language development in monolingual and bilingual environments.
All topics related to language impairment in monolingual and multilingual
populations are welcomed.
Call for Papers
Proposals are invited for symposia, papers and posters related to language
impairment in monolingual and bilingual populations. Proposals are considered on
any aspect of impairment in first or subsequent language (e.g. grammar,
phonology, lexicon, pragmatics, discourse, literacy, sign language,
psycholinguistic processing, writing, reading, cognition) or on any aspect
relating to children with language impairment (e.g., assessment, remediation,
social competences, and academic career).
Although there is no limit to the number of abstracts that any one individual
may submit, we do encourage that no one submits more than one first-authored
LIMoBiS is a peer-reviewed research conference and all proposals will be
reviewed blindly by members of the committees.
There will be a preconference Ph.D on the first two days.
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