Call for Book Proposals: New Books Series on Language, Discourse & Mental Health
|Dates||2018/07/30 - 2018/12/30|
|Address||University of Exeter Press|
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Call for Book Proposals: New Books Series on Language, Discourse & Mental Health:
The editors are very pleased to announce the new book series "Language, Discourse and Mental Health" published with the University of Exeter Press. This book series is a unique resource to further knowledge and understanding of mental health from a pluralistically informed linguistic perspective.
Using qualitative and quantitative approaches to language-based analysis, the empirical and theoretical contributions will provide a compelling insight on mental health from a range of perspectives and contexts, including psychotherapeutic communication, public presentations of mental health, literary accounts of lived experiences, and language features associated to specific mental health problems. This interdisciplinary book series will be an essential reference for students, researchers and practitioners in linguistics, communication, education, cognitive science, psychology, counselling and psychotherapy, special needs, medicine, nursing, and medical anthropology.
Scope of the Book Series
The book series is framed in terms of linguistic and communication perspectives that differentiate between communication about mental health (i.e., language performance or use), and the communication of individuals with mental health problems (i.e., language competence or systems) in real-world and research contexts. Such a focus is anticipated to be captured through the following linguistic perspectives: sociolinguistics and sociocultural linguistics, cognitive linguistics and psycholinguistics, literary linguistics and stylistics. These can be applied through a range of language-based methodologies, including qualitative methods (e.g., discourse analysis, conversation analysis, interpretative phenomenological analysis, narrative analysis, thematic analysis), quantitative methods (e.g., corpus-based approaches, quantitative content analysis), and also experimental methods.
Call for Book Proposals
The book series "Language, Discourse and Mental Health" is accepting book proposals for monographs and edited volumes. To discuss your book proposal, please contact the book series editors. The book series will launch in spring 2019.
Book proposal form available at: http://www.exeterpress.co.uk/documents/1562/Book%20Proposal%20Form.pdf
(see also http://www.exeterpress.co.uk/forauthors)
Please distribute widely.
Dr. Laura A. Cariola Laura.Cariola@ed.ac.uk
Dr. Stefan Ecks Stefan.Ecks@ed.ac.uk
Dr. Billy Lee Billy.Lee@ed.ac.uk
Dr. Lisa Mikesell Mikesell.Lisa@gmail.com
Dr. Anders Nordahl-Hansen firstname.lastname@example.org