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Infoling 11.65 (2016)
ISSN: 1576-3404

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Petición de contribuciones (evento): 3th Annual International Conference on Linguistic Variation in the Basque Language and Education (EUDIA 6)
Leioa (Bizkaia) (España), 9 de junio de 2017
(1ª circular)
Información de: Asier Romero Andonegi <[log in to unmask]>
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Geographical linguistics (or dialectology) and Sociolinguistics has a long tradition: languages and varieties have been analyzed in the last centuries. However, recent decades have seen a rapid increase in insights into linguistic structure as well as in geographic technology, and those two have not always been completely matched to each other, so that one might feel that current linguistic maps leave things to be desired for on both ends. This conference promotes the study of the acquisition and development of language in monolingual or multilingual contexts, with particular attention to the acquisition of Basque and Spanish languages, and the relationships of language with other educational, pragmatic and biological processes.

Invited speaker: Joan Borràs and Eva Murillo

Call for Abstracts:

We invite the submission of abstracts on the relation between linguistics variation and education, including but not limited to:
- Analysis of linguistic data with geographic features
- Analysis of linguistic data with sociolinguistic features
- Visualization of linguistic data on geographic maps
-Teaching the linguistic variation in the school
- Acquisition of the linguistic variation in the school.
- Discourse and pragmatic development.
- Development in bilingual and multilingual contexts.
- New methodological approaches in language development studies.
Each abstract for the presentations should contain a concise statement of (i) the research question, (ii) methods, (iii) results, and (iv) a conclusion. Up to 3 references may be added and will not be included in the word count. To make the reviewing procedure fully anonymous, do not include references by any of the authors involved.

Submission Details:
Submit an abstract of maximally 400 words by e-mail to [log in to unmask]


Área temática: Antropología lingüística, Ciencia cognitiva, Lingüística cognitiva, Lingüística de corpus, Pragmática

Entidad Organizadora: EUDIA: Team for Analyse Linguistic Variation

Contacto: Asier Romero Andonegi (Universidad del País Vasco /Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea) (UPV/EHU) <[log in to unmask]>

Comité científico

Iñaki, Gaminde, Universidad del País Vasco
Aintzane, Etxebarria, Universidad del País Vasco
Aitor, Iglesias, Universidad del País Vasco
Asier, Romero, Universidad del País Vasco
Lorea, Unamuno, Universidad del País Vasco

Comité organizador

Asier, Romero, Universidad del País Vasco
Aintzane, Etxebarria, Universidad del País Vasco
Aitor, Iglesias, Universidad del País Vasco
Naia, Eguskiza, Universidad del País Vasco
Irati, de Pablo, Universidad del País Vasco

Plazo de envío de propuestas: hasta el 15 de mayo de 2017
Notificación de contribuciones aceptadas: 30 de mayo de 2017

Lengua(s) oficial(es) del evento: español, inglés, francés, euskara; basque

Nº de información: 1

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