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CALL FOR BOOK CHAPTERS
We invite authors to contribute scholarly articles for a book titled Exploring Languages in African Social Contexts. This book offers scholars the opportunity to address themes such as language and culture, communicative competence, language variation, multilingualism, sociopragmatics, discourse analysis, second language teaching, and Information and Communication Technologies, etc. The editors welcome scholarly articles from academics and researchers that highlight the conditions in different African societies that shape linguistic behaviors. Please consult the list of topics below and submit a 300-word abstract to email@example.com on or before August 30, 2020. If your proposal is accepted for publication, you will receive notification together with the guidelines to complete your chapters. Completed chapters should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org on or before December 31, 2020. All articles will be peer-reviewed before publication. Articles must be original and should not be previously published or simultaneously been reviewed elsewhere for publication. All articles will be peer-reviewed before publication by a reputable USA publishing company. For any further inquiries, do not hesitate to contact the editors below.
- Relationship between Language and Culture
- Teaching Communicative Competence to Second Language Learners
- Language and Identity Formation
- Language Variation
- Language and Gender
- Language and Social Class
- Challenges and Prospects of Multilingualism
- Turn-Taking in Conversational Analysis
- Political Discourse
- Politeness/Impoliteness in Communication
- Hate Speech/Aggressive Communication
- Language and Conflict Resolution
- Socio-Cultural Peculiarities of Proverbs
- The Role of Music in Communication
- ICT and Language Development
- Mother Tongue and Education
- Language and Literature
- Language and International Politics
- Language and Religion
- Language, the Media and Advertising
Professor Ogechi E. Anyanwu, Ph.D. Akumjika C. Michael, Ph.D.
Department of History, Philosophy Department of Linguistics and Nigerian
& Religious Studies Languages,
Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, USA University of Calabar, Calabar, Nigeria.