Call for Submissions – International Conference on Language and Social Psychology
Now accepting paper and symposia/panel proposals for the 15th International Conference on Language and Social Psychology (ICLASP) which will be held in conjunction with the 5th Language in the Realm of Social Dynamics (LIROD) conference June 22-25th, 2016 in Bangkok, Thailand.
Deadline: 15th February, 2016 (decision by 15th March); later submissions will be reviewed on ongoing basis
This conference will bring together international scholars from different disciplines who explore language and communication in their social contexts using both quantitative and qualitative methods. Papers and symposia that contribute to ongoing scholarship in language and social psychology are invited for submission. Please view our website for the full call for papers and details about registration and the beautiful venue – the University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce in Bangkok.
Submissions will be accepted in three forms (see below). Please note that (i) all submissions and presentations need to be in English; (ii) by submitting a proposal for presentation at ICLASP15 you are agreeing to register for and attend the conference should your paper/symposia be accepted.
Send ALL Submissions via email with “ICLASP LIROD submission” in subject line by 15th February, 2016.
1. Symposia/panel submission should be a single file containing:
(i) Name(s) and complete contact information of the convener(s)
(ii) A 250 word maximum introduction to the thematic content of the symposium with title
(iii) A list of the individual papers, including titles and brief abstracts of each (250 words max.), the names, complete contact information for all authors, clearly indicating the presenter(s). A typical symposium is 3-4 presenters with an introduction and a discussant
2. Individual paper submissions should be a single file containing:
(i) The names and complete contact information of all authors with a clear indication of who will present the paper
(ii) A 250 word (maximum) abstract of the presentation that outlines research aims, methods, findings and implications clearly.
3. Student-authored paper submissions should be a single file containing:
(i) The names and complete contact information of all authors with a clear indication of who will present the paper and which authors are students
(ii) “Student paper” in the subject line
(iii) A 250 word (maximum) abstract of the presentation that outlines research aims, methods, findings and implications clearly.