THE NEW ZEALAND DISCOURSE CONFERENCE

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THE NEW ZEALAND DISCOURSE CONFERENCE
The Challenge of Discourse Analysis

Institute of Culture, Discourse & Communication
AUT University
Auckland
New Zealand

6th - 8th December 2007

The organisers invite submissions of abstracts for presentations at The New Zealand Discourse Conference: the Challenge of Discourse Analysis, to be held 6th - 8th December, 2007 at the AUT University, Auckland, New Zealand, Institute of Culture, Discourse & Communication.

This conference focuses on the wide-ranging application of discourse analysis as a methodology in a variety of disciplines, and on addressing issues of theory raised by the practice of discourse analysis. The conference will include workshop sessions focusing on different approaches to conducting discourse analysis and the challenges that these raise. Is there a common core to all discourse analysis? Where do approaches diverge or even become incompatible? By bringing together the threads that are labelled discourse analysis we hope to shed light on different research and theoretical aims and approaches.

Conference website
www.aut.ac.nz/research/research_institutes/icdc/news_and_events/upcoming_events.htm

Keynote speakers
Associate Professor Alison Lee, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia,
Professor Allan Bell, Institute of Culture, Discourse & Communication, AUT University, Auckland, New Zealand,

The conference is awaiting confirmation from two other well-known international researchers as potential plenary speakers.

The conference invites papers that explore a variety of perspectives in relation to discourse analysis theories and methodologies, including but not
being limited to the following themes:

- Discourse and power
- Knowledge and discourse
- Organisational and operational discourse
- Different approaches to discourse analysis such as conversational analysis, discursive psychology, critical discourse analysis
- Identity construction
- Culture and discourse, intercultural discourse
- Discourse and politics
- Discourses of health, science and the environment
- Media and new media discourses
- Discourse in education
- Conflicting discourses

Submission Guidelines

Please submit abstracts by e-mail before the 31st August, 2007 to nzdc@aut.ac.nz. In the body of the e-mail, include the title of the paper, the author(s)'s name, institution, address, phone and fax numbers, and e-mail address. Attach a separate Word file with the abstract and title of the paper (but no identification of authorship) to the e-mail. Abstracts should be no more than 300 words in length. They will be considered up to and including the 31st August, 2007. Presentations are to be 20 minutes long, followed by 10 minutes question period. Your cooperation is much appreciated.

Important Dates

Submission deadline date: 31st August, 2007
Abstract notification date: 14th September, 2007
Conference dates: 6th - 8th December 2007
Registration early bird rates: to be announced

Further inquiries

See our website for submission details
www.aut.ac.nz/research/research_institutes/icdc/news_and_events/upcoming_events.htm

Andreea S. Calude
Conference Co-ordinator
The New Zealand Discourse Conference
Institute of Culture, Discourse & Communication
AUT University
Auckland
New Zealand
nzdc@aut.ac.nz
 
回复: THE NEW ZEALAND DISCOURSE CONFERENCE

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回复: THE NEW ZEALAND DISCOURSE CONFERENCE

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