Poster

Poster proposal sections

Areas for the distribution of poster proposals

1) Qualitative and statistical mappings of sociolinguistic/geolinguistic variation and change in:

1.1) Phonetics/Phonology/Prosody – Semantics/Discourse/Pragmatics/Cognition.

1.2) Morphology – Semantics/Discourse/Pragmatics/Cognition.

1.4) Morphosyntax/Syntax – Semantics/Discourse/Pragmatics/Cognition.

1.5) Lexicon – Semantics/Discourse/Pragmatics/Cognition.

 

2) Qualitative and statistical mappings of the relation between sociolinguistic/geolinguistic variation, linguistic contact, linguistic boundaries, culture, style and identity.

 

3) The contributions of qualitative and statistical mappings of sociolinguistic/geolinguistic variation and Change for the work of teaching and/or developping didactic materials.

 

4) The contributions of experimental studies of sociolinguistic/geolinguistic variation and change for the work of teaching and/or developping didactic materials.

 

5) The state-of-art of the experimental research for reporting sociolinguistic/geolinguistic variation and change  and/or  its relation with ethical care.

 

6) The state-of-art of theoretical and methodological issues or labor policies for sociolinguistic/geolinguistic research.

 

7) The state-of-art of statistical methods/designs for analysing and/or reporting sociolinguistic/geolinguistic variation and change.

 

8) The state-of-art of theorizing and studying social meanings/influences in sociolinguistic/geolinguintic variation and change in the age of cyberspace and cyberculture, in the age of semiotic practices for the construction of group identity and/or in a multimodal pragmatic reality.

 

9) The initiatives for Brazilian sociolinguistic/geolinguistic variation and change research “going viral”, in national and international scale, to scientific or non-scientific community, to media, to (in)formal education.

 

10) The workplace options open to Sociolinguists/Geolinguists

 

11) Research group projects on sociolinguistic mapping, geolinguistic atlas or the popularization of sociolinguistic/geolinguistic description led by professors/researchers of Institutes of Superior Teaching.

 

12) Projects on sociolinguistic mapping, geolinguistic atlas or the popularization of sociolinguistic/geolinguistic research developed by (under)graduated students and/or postgraduated students and/or teachers of Basic Education.

 

13) Sociolinguistic/geolinguistic mapping and political representation of minority languages. 

14) Other themes/topics involving research on variation and /or change.

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