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NACCL-32 Call for Papers

NACCL-32 invite abstracts in all subfields of Chinese linguistics, including but not limited to, phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, pragmatics, dialectology, historical linguistics, psycholinguistics, sociolinguistics, and corpus linguistics. We particularly encourage submissions that are relevant to our conference theme: connectivity, collaborativity and interdisciplinarity in Chineese linguistic studies. Authors whose abstracts are accepted will be allotted 20 minutes to present their research and 10 minutes to answer questions. Abstracts and presentations can be given in either English or Mandarin Chinese.
 
In conjunction with NACCL-32, we are organizing an International Symposium on L2 Chinese Pronunciation. The symposium serves as a platform for phoneticians, phonologists, and language practitioners to interact with each other to promote the understanding of L2 Chinese speech. We are particularly interested in the following issues: the acquisition and processing of L2 Chinese segments, tones, intonation and rhythm; accentedness, intelligibility, and comprehensibility of L2 Chinese; fluency,emotion and prosody of L2 Chinese; psycholinguistic and neurolinguistic studies on L2 Chinese speech.
 
Abstract deadline:  Tuesday, October 1st, 2019, at 11:59 p.m. EDT.
 
Abstract submission guidelines:
-Abstracts for both the regular sessions and the symposium, including titles, data, and references, must fit onto one A4 page, with at least 1-inch (or 2.54 cm) margins on all four sides and in 11 pt font (or 5 号字) or larger.
-Within the one A4 page limit, abstracts should be around 500 words (English) or 800 characters (Chinese).
-Abstracts must be anonymous, without any identifiable author information.
-Authors may maximally submit one single-authored abstract and one co-authored abstract.
-Abstracts must be submitted electronically in pdf format, via the EasyChair platform (http://linguistlist.org/easyabs/naccl_2020). No email or hardcopy submissions will be considered.

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【简体】第32届北美汉语语言学会议组委会热忱欢迎汉语语言学各分支的稿件,包括但不限于语音学、音系学、词汇学、句法学、语义学,语用学、方言学、历史语言学、心理语言学、社会语言学以及语料库语言学。我们尤其欢迎与上述会议主题相关的稿件。
会议组委会同时召开作为二语的汉语语音国际研讨会。研讨会旨在加强语音、音系和教学等领域专家学者之间的交流,共同促进对作为二语的汉语语音的理解和认知。我们尤其欢迎有关如下议题的稿件:汉语音段、声调、语调和节奏的习得;作为二语的汉语的口音、可理解性和易理解性;汉语二语的流利度、情感和韵律,以及有关汉语二语的心理语言学和神经语言学研究。
被会议接受的作者将有20分钟的报告时间,另加10分钟的时间回答听众问题。摘要和会议报告可用英文或中文。
摘要提交:
– 摘要截稿日期为 2019 年 10 月 1 日(星期二)。
– 摘要全文(包括标题、语料、参考文献)不得超过A4纸一页,中文字体不得小于5号,英文字体不得小于11磅,四边页边距不得低于1英寸(2.54厘米)。
– 在上述规定的一页范围内,中文摘要须控制在800字左右,英文摘要须控制在500字左右。
– 摘要必须匿名,不得透露任何有关作者的信息。
– 每位作者最多可以提交独立署名摘要一份和合作署名摘要一份。
– 请通过 EasyChair 系统网上提交摘要:http://linguistlist.org/easyabs/naccl_2020。 恕不考虑通过其他方式提交的摘要 。
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