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CLARC 2016: Perspectives on Language Planning and Policies / Perspektive jezičnoga planiranja i jezične politike



Conference URL: http://cji.uniri.hr/en/conference/

The Center for Language Research (CLAR) at the University of Rijeka, Croatia, in cooperation with the Institute of Croatian Language and Linguistics (ICLL), Croatia, invites you to participate in an international conference on Perspectives on Language Planning and Policies.

We invite proposals for papers on any topic related to the domain of language planning and policies, either from the perspective of linguistics or from the perspective of other disciplines in the field of humanities and social sciences. Papers may focus on any language, social context or historical period and, if accepted, will be included in the general section of the conference.

A special session, Croatian Language Planning in the Last Quarter Century, is organized in cooperation with the ICLL. Abstract proposals for this session should focus on the issues of language planning and policies related to the Croatian language from 1990 onwards.

Topics for either the general session or the special session may include, but are not limited to:
• Corpus planning (standardization and normatization of language)
• Role of institutions in the development of standard language and in the promotion and preservation of language culture
• Implementation of language policies
• Language technologies and standardization
• Standard and non-standard varieties
• Attitudes towards the varieties of one’s mother tongue
• Elements of language policies
• Language as an instrument of political (social) control
• Language ideology
• Language policies and political discourse
• The role of the media in the shaping and implementation of language policies
• Using language to manipulate others: political rhetoric
• Normative language manuals: dictionaries (monolingual, multilingual, general, specialized, etc.), grammar manuals, manuals on orthography
• Standardization and re-standardization in orthography, orthoepy, grammar and lexicon
• Linguistic purism
• Prestige in language
• The development of language culture – the issue of language legislation
• Linguistic, communicative and pragmatic competence
• Spoken and written language (in relation to the norm)
• Recent dialectological theories and research of dialects within the framework of language planning and policies
• The status and corpus of urban dialects
• Minority languages in the context of language planning and policies
• Language rights (e.g., education and languages of minority groups, media and langages of minority groups)
• Language and identity
• Challenges posed by global communication – linguistic imperialism
• The future of linguistic diversity – small and big languages

  
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Meeting Location:
University of Rijeka, Rijeka, Croatia

Contact Information:
Mirjana Crnić
[email protected]

Meeting Dates:
Jun 3, 2016 to Jun 5, 2016

Abstract Submission Information:
Abstracts can be submitted from 09-Nov-2015 until 25-Feb-2016.




CLARC 2016: Perspectives on Language Planning and Policies / Perspektive jezičnoga planiranja i jezične politike, [email protected]

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