Deadline: 30 April 2007
"SOCIOCULTURAL ISSUES OF LANGUAGE AND COMMUNICATION"
Call for Papers
Current cultural situation sets scholars an important goal of researching interconnection and interaction of language and communication tendencies in the changing world.
Globalization and multiculturalism demand new communication actions technologies, actual language education and second language teaching approaches, introduction of new communication models and upbringing linguistic personality relevant to modern situation.
Research in the communication field is the subject of different disciplines: linguistics, philosophy, social, cultural and pedagogical studies and psychology.
The world is getting smaller with high technology-based communication systems. This also brings people together. Especially, communication scholars should be close to one another and this is why we are bringing them together for the fourth time.
We invite you to participate in the project "Sociocultural Issues of Language and Communication" and publish your scientific manuscripts in the namesake journal (4th ed.).
The Editorial Board seeks original papers on a variety of topics, including:
- Communication Theory
- Mass-Media Communication
- Political Communication
- Intercultural, Cross-Cultural, International Communication
- Organizational, Professional, Business Communication
- Interpersonal Communication
- Ñommunication and Culture, Language and Social Interactions
- Public Speaking
- Computer-Mediated Communication
- Instructional Communication
Paper page length mustn't be more than 10 pages (A 4 size); All the pares must be written in MS Word files; Page margins must be: top- 2cm; bottom, left, right - 2,5 cm; Font face must be Times New Roman;Font size must be 14; Line spaces 1,5; width justification;Papers should conform to the APA Style
Deadline for the paper submission is 30 April 2007.
The project aims to foster and promote work that is intended to make a constructive contribution to the communication field and its development, to establish and maintain an international multidisciplinary forum for the development of innovative dialogue among scholars from different cultures. And with this dialogue, future projects and comparative studies will be developed.
We welcome participation of scholars and postgraduates in the communication field. Please send your papers to:
Edit Manager of the Journal
Head of the English Language Department
Stolypin Volga Region Civil Service Academy (Saratov, Russia)
telephone +7 8452339256