Registration is now open for the pre-conference workshops of the 16th International Conference on Language and Social Psychology (ICLASP16). The 3 workshops will take place on Wednesday, June 20, 2018, 8:30am – 5pm). Further details are available on the ICLASP16 website. Workshop 1. Clear, Concise, and Graceful Scientific Writing with Dr. Robert Kail (Purdue University) This workshop will… Read more »
Posts By: Jessica Gasiorek
The (randomly) selected focus publication for May 2018 is: Edwards, J. (in press). Multilingual individuals. In D. Singleton and L. Aronin (Eds.), Twelve Lectures in Multilingualism. Bristol: Multilingual Matters.
(from Maggie Pitts, IALSP President) The International Association of Language and Social Psychology in conjunction with the International Conference on Language and Social Psychology ICLASP16 is pleased to offer our first ever post-conference writing retreat! IALSP members, ICLASP attendees, and guests are invited to join us in beautiful Canmore, Alberta, Canada June 24-25th, 2018, for… Read more »
The (randomly) selected focus publication for April 2018 is: Carrie, E., & McKenzie, R. M. (2018) American or British? L2 speakers’ recognition and evaluations of accent features of English. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, 39(4), 313-328. ABSTRACT Recent language attitude research has attended to the processes involved in identifying and evaluating spoken language varieties. This article investigates… Read more »
Frontiers in Psychology will be publishing a Special Issue on “Why People Gossip and What it Brings About: Motives for, and Consequences of, Informal Evaluative Information Exchange.” The call for papers is available at https://www.frontiersin.org/research-topics/7666/why-people-gossip-and-what-it-brings-about-motives-for-and-consequences-of-informal-evaluative-infor The deadline for abstract submissions is August 24, 2018, and full paper submissions will be due on Nov 23, 2018. Submissions can be… Read more »