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LSI-NCA2016
Type Conference
Categoryies (tags) NCA, LSI, CFP, Individual Papers, Paper Sessions
Dates 2016/11/10 - 2016/11/13
Link http://www.nca-lsi.org/
Address Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Geolocation 39° 57' 9", -75° 9' 55"
Abstract due 2016/03/30
Submission deadline 2016/03/30
Final version due
Notification date
Tweet Language and Social Interaction NCA 102nd Annual Convention Division Call, deadline March 30, 2016
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LSI division NCA 2016:


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Language and Social Interaction Division

NCA 102nd Annual Convention Division Call

The Language and Social Interaction (LSI) Division promotes research and teaching on language and discourse processes in social interaction. The LSI Division invites submissions of individual papers, paper sessions, and panel discussions for the 102nd Annual Convention of the National Communication Association (NCA) to be held in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, November 10-13, 2016. This year’s convention will engage with the theme “Communication’s Civic Callings” and explore relationships between communication scholarship and multiple communities we participate in. Submissions that address the convention’s theme from the LSI perspective are welcome.

Submissions to the LSI division may be empirical, theoretical, methodological, or exploratory in nature but should take an approach that is grounded in at least one of the following traditions: applied linguistics, conversation analysis, discourse analysis, ethnography of communication, ethnomethodology, membership categorization analysis, narrative analysis, pragmatics, social psychology of language, social semiotics, sociolinguistics, or speech act theory. All submissions must be made via NCA Convention Central. The submissions are accepted starting January 18, 2016 until the deadline of March 30, 2016 at 11:59 p.m. Pacific Time.

Individual Papers: An individual paper is a paper submitted by an author or authors that is not part of a preconceived paper session. Both complete papers (no longer than 25 pages in length, double spaced, excluding references) and extended abstracts will be considered. Extended abstracts should provide a rationale for the study, state the main analytic point(s) or argument(s) of the paper, and include a brief analysis of at least one data extract. Recognition for the top three individual papers will be given, including awards for top paper and top student paper. Only full papers will be considered for the awards. Please complete the required electronic submission fields including title, description, author(s), and keywords. Upload a copy of your paper or abstract. All identifying author information (names, institutions, hidden document properties) should be removed from your paper document before uploading. Please indicate whether your paper submission should be considered a student-authored paper and if you would like to be considered for presentation in Scholar to Scholar on the electronic submission form.

Paper Sessions: A paper session is a preconceived and complete session of papers surrounding a particular topic in which each presenter (3-5) presents her or his paper. Paper sessions are submitted and reviewed for consideration as a whole. Paper session submissions should include: 1) a session title; 2) an overall session description; 3) chair(s) and respondent(s) (if applicable); 4) titles, author(s), and abstracts for each paper; 5) a rationale for the value of the session.

Panel Discussions: A panel discussion is a preconceived and complete session of presenters discussing a particular topic or issue. Panel discussions should include: 1) a panel title; 2) an overall panel description; 3) participant contact information; 4) a rationale for the value of the panel.

All submitters are encouraged to review the Professional Standards for Convention Participants prior to submission. Helpful resources, including step-by-step instructions on how to submit, definitions of different submission types, and how to prepare a blind submission, are available in the NCA Convention Resource Library at www.natcom.org/conventionresources. All submissions must be made online through NCA Convention Central, and must list any A/V requirements at the time of submission. Check your email address listed in NCA Convention Central before or after submission, as all correspondence goes there.

Further information about the LSI division can be found at our website: www.nca-lsi.org. For questions about this call, please contact the Vice-Chair of the LSI division:

Galina Bolden

Department of Communication

Rutgers University

4 Huntington Street

New Brunswick, NJ 08901, USA

E-mail: gbolden@rci.rutgers.edu