7th International Scientific Conference “Linguistic, didactic and sociocultural aspects of language functioning”
 

Call for Papers and Guidelines

Submission of abstracts and publicationscall for papers

Requirements for abstracts

Abstracts for 20-minute papers are invited on any topics presented above. Abstracts (300-400 words excluding references) should be written in the language of the presentation.

Requirements for publications

Submitted papers for publication will be blind refereed and the ones meeting the requirements of scientific publications will be published in the journal Language in Different Contexts (Research papers, Volume 6, 2014, referred to in the international database MLA) and sent by post to the presenter.

The contributors are requested to follow the guidelines for authors:

The papers for publishing should be structured as follows: introduction, aim of the research, object of the research, methods, results of the research, conclusions, list of references and a summary in English and in Lithuanian (only for the Lithuanian authors) no shorter than 200-300 words. Papers must be submitted in electronic version.

The font required is Times New Roman, the font size is 12 pt., for the title – 16 pt., the author’s name – 14 pt. The subtitles should be printed in bold. The contributions should be typed single-spaced, with 30 mm on all margins. The length of a submission should be 14,000–21,000 characters with spaces. Pages should be numbered consecutively.

The following information should be given on the first page: the full title of the contribution followed by the full name of the author, the name of the institution and its full address.

References in the text should include the author’s name, the year of publication and, in case of quotation, page numbers, e.g. (Schiffrin, 1987, 17). The bibliographical references (APA style) should be included at the end of the paper and numbered alphabetically. References to books should include the author’s last name and initials, the title, the place of publication, the publisher’s name, the year of publication. References to articles in journals should also include volume and page numbers.

Figures. Tables and figures must be reproducible originals. They should be freely movable and referred to by number, e.g. “Fig. 2”.

The manuscript should be carefully edited.

Sample of a paper

Title of the article (bold, font size 16)

Name and surname(font size 14)

Name of the institution, mail address, e-mail address (font size 12)

ABSTRACT (font size 14)

Text ...........(in English,font size 12, italics, 7–12 lines, spacing 1.0)

Key-words (italic, font size 12)

INTRODUCTION (font size 14)

Text ………………............ (Crystal, 2005, 10)......……….................(font size 12, spacing 1.0)............................…... …………….

BODY(font size 14)

Text ………………............ (Crystal, 2005, 10)......……….................(font size 12, spacing 1.0)............................…... …………….

CONCLUSIONS (font size 14)

Text ………………........................ (font size 12, spacing 1.0).............

 

REFERENCES(font size 14)

  1. Amourette, C. (2009). Sémantique temporelle de quelques constructions appositives. Dans D.Apothéloz, B. Combettes et F.Neveu (Eds.), Les linguistiques du détachement. Actes du colloque international de Nancy (7-9 juin 2006). Berne: Peter Lang SA.
  2. Barber, C., Beal, J. C., & Shaw, P. A. (2009). The English language. A historical introduction. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  3. Benson, C. (2014). Adopting a multilingual habitus: what north and south can learn from each other about the essential role of non-dominant languages in education. In Gorter, D., Zenotz, V., & Cenoz, J. (eds.) Minority languages and multilingual education. Bridging the local and the global. Educational Linguistic Series. Springer, 11-28.
  4. Bohnemeyer, J., & Pederson, E. (eds.). (2014). Event representation in language and cognition. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  5. Cohen, C. (2014). Probabilistic reduction and probabilistic enhancement. Morphology, 24, 25-34.
  6. Fehlau, K. (1998). Entwicklungen beim Gebrauch von Anglizismen in Werbetexten aus Ost- und Westdeutschland. Staatsexamensarbeit. Jena: Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena.
  7. Nagórko, A., Łaziński, M., Burkhardt, H. (2004). Dystynktywny słownik synonimów, Kraków: TAiWPN Universitas.
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