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DGGI@JWLLP 2017 : Distributed Grammar Program session at JWLLP-23

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Link: http://celta.paris-sorbonne.fr/DG-Waseda2017-Call-for-Papers.pdf
 
When Dec 15, 2017 - Dec 17, 2017
Where Waseda University - Tokyo
Submission Deadline Oct 15, 2017
Notification Due Nov 1, 2017
Categories    linguistics   information structure   argument structure   pragmatics
 

Call For Papers

Scientific committee:
Chair: André Włodarczyk (Univ. Charles de Gaulle Lille & Paris-Sorbonne, France)
Co-chair: Yasunari Harada (Waseda University Faculty of Law, Institute of Digital Enhancement of Cognitive Development, Japan)

Committee members:
Olivier Azam (École Normale Supérieure de Paris, France)
Javier Pérez-Guerra (University of Vigo, Spain)
Yasunari Harada (Waseda University, Japan)
Radosław Katarzyniak (Wrocław University of Technology, Poland)
Marek Łaziński (Warsaw Uniersity, Poland)
Ana E. Martinez Insua (University of Vigo, Spain)
Rafal Rzepka (Hokkaido University, Japan)
Franz Stachowiak (Universität Giessen, Germany)
Hélène Włodarczyk (Paris-Sorbonne University, France)
André Włodarczyk (Charles de Gaulle Lille & Paris-Sorbonne Univ., France)

Language of the session: English.
Participation fee: NONE

Please send your proposals (with your name & surname(s) and affiliation) and your abstract to: helene.wlodarczyk@paris-sorbonne.fr

Theoretical framework: Distributed Grammar Program
http://celta.paris-sorbonne.fr/anasem/indexASMIC.html
http://www.decode.waseda.ac.jp/announcement/2017-12-15-17.html

Description
The recent development of the MIC theory led us to integrate this theory into a more general framework (Distributed Grammar Program - DG for short) suitable for research on the three following kinds of information as expressed in the content of utterances: para-, ortho- and meta-information.
Important ! The framework of the Distributed Grammar Program is supposed to be basically transdiciplinary. Presentations in the fields of theoretical or descriptive linguistics (including discourse structure), NLP, psycholinguistics, neurosciences, logics and computer science are welcome provided that they apply the theory of the Distributed Grammar Program or contribute to its development.

References: http://celta.paris-sorbonne.fr/DG-Biblio.html

Topics (strictly compliant with the DG Program): questions of one or more language(s) (including dialects, diachrony and contrastive approaches), language processing, L1 and L2 acquisition, language disorders, fMRI results.

Suggested topics:

1. Markers of meta-information in utterance: discourse situations, intonation, word-
order, particles, verb voices, impersonal constructions, modalities, testimonial
(imperceptive).

2. Markers of ortho-information in utterance: universe situations, agency,
prepositions, tense and aspect.

3. Markers of para-information in utterance:: adverbials and/or „paradigmatic
conjunctions” such as „also”, „too”, „even”, „only”, „especially”, „solely” etc.

4. Markers of general and particular themes inferred through the analysis of the
succession of utterances in Discourse/Dialogue/Text structures.

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