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Les rencontres jeunes chercheurs 2011, 14èmes RJC 2011

du 16 juin 2011 au 17 juin 2011

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XIVèmes Rencontres Jeunes Chercheurs
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Created in 1998, the Rencontres Jeunes Chercheurs (RJC) of the Doctoral School « Langage et langues » (ED 268, Sorbonne Nouvelle University - Paris 3) is an opportunity for junior researchers preparing for a Master's degree or a Doctorate, but also for post-doctorates, to present their work in paper or poster sessions.

This year, for the 14th edition of the RJC, the theme will be :

Questioning practices in linguistics research, or how do we linguists conduct our research?

While we speak about linguistics, we do not think about a singular discipline but rather about its plurality. Today, linguistics is no longer referred to as the science of languages, but rather as « Language sciences ». The use of the plural is not fortuitous at all and can be justified insofar as, on the one hand, it describes « the set of connected fields of research studying language / speech and language systems » and, on the other hand, it « [...] focuses on a diversity of scientific approaches to those objects of research ». (Dictionnaire des Sciences du Langage, Neveu 2004 : 261).

Today, far from being restricted to the disciplines concerned, the plurality claimed by Language Scientists not only lies in the multiplicity of the aspects studied, but also seems to be linked with the various methods used, whether they result from general approaches or from particular theories or fields. The question of practices in scientific research makes sense at every level of scientific investigation: the steps taken by language scientists range from data processing and analysis before they can reach some conclusions that can either reinforce or undermine a hypothesis that has been previously formulated on the ground of a definition of the specific aim of an investigation. This issue has become essential. It now turns out to be all the more relevant as we are confronted with proliferation of theoretical models and their interoperability as well as with the necessity of doing some more interdisciplinary researches aims at shedding some light on unexplored or insufficiently studied aspects of an issue, aspects that have been imaged only with one type of level of investigation which is often incomplete and full of gaps.
However, in spite of the strong emphasis placed on the heterogenous approaches, one should not overlook the fact that all the sciences of language are united by one common object, that is language (language systems) and languages (language / speech). Hence the importance to determine how experts from various backgrounds deploy their respective knowledge, method and approach, when presented with one and the same issue. Maybe we could even go as far as to suggest that the large variety of methods every researcher is regularly confronted with might help them to consider the compatibility of different theoretical approaches and the results they lead to.

We invite participants to present their work with regard to the following questions:
1) To what extent do theoretical choices determine research work?

2) How do researchers deal with the clear-cut distinctions among the different branches of linguistics? Should we rather opt for inter- or cross-disciplinary approaches?

3) Does any alteration of an object of study go along with changing methods and practices?

4) To what extent do research tools restrict or broaden the scope of expected results within a theoretical framework?

5) Considering their background in linguistics, how can young researchers acquire this kind of technical knowledge?

Disciplines concerned by the topic: Language education, semantics, syntax, phonetics, phonology, natural language processing, language acquisition, translation studies, psycholinguistics, sociolinguistics, discourse analysis, stylistics.
 

Keynote speakers :
François JACQUESSON - Research director, CNRS

Daniel VERONIQUE - Professor, Université Sorbonne Nouvelle - Paris 3
 

Scientific Committee :
Violaine BIGOT, Michel CHAROLLES, Francine CICUREL, Luca GRECO, Jean-Patrick GUILLAUME, Dominique KLINGLER, Marc-Antoine MAHIEU, Jean-Marie FOURNIER, Sophie MOIRAND, Aliyah MORGENSTERN, Jean-Paul NARCY-COMBES, Claire PILLOT-LOISEAU, Christian PUECH, Sandrine REBOUL-TOURÉ, Anne SALAZAR-ORVIG, Pollet SAMVELIAN, Jacqueline VAISSIÈRE, Daniel VÉRONIQUE, Martine VERTALIER
 

Organizing Committe :
Marion CARNIS, Huy-Linh DAO, Alejandro DIAZ VILLALBA, Aurélia ELALOUF, Raphaëlle FOUILLET, Laurianne GEORGETON, Marine LE MENE, Maryna LYTVYNOVA, Patrycja MATERA, Laura NICOLAS, Marie REETZ, Marie RIMBAULT-JOFFARD, Lionel Liangcai SHEN, Katarzyna STAROSCIAK



Submission

Proposals for oral presentations should be typed in Times New Roman 12, simple spacing, in the form of a summary of 1000 words at most (including references) and the proposals for posters in the form of a summary of 500 words (including references).

Propositions are to be sent to the Organization Committee by e-mail (rjc-ed268@univ-paris3.fr), in the .rtf format. They should be sent twice:

- The first one will be named "anon_NAME_rjc2011.rtf" (for example: anon_SMITH_rjc2011.rtf) and will contain: title, fields of research, 5 keywords, a summary.

- The second named " NAME_rjc2011.rtf " (for example SMITH_rjc2011.rtf) will contain the following information, besides the previous ones : personal data (last name, first name, e-mail and personal postal address), level of studies (clarify the number of years for the doctorate), research supervizor(s).

Only one submission will be examined for each participant

The languages of oral presentations and posters will be in English or French. The duration of oral presentations will be 20 minutes + 10 minutes for questions. Before the display of posters, each author will be invited to present their work in a short oral presentation (5 min.).


Contact :

mise à jour le 8 mars 2015


Documents à télécharger :

Rencontres Jeunes Chercheurs, ED268



Contact and submit:
rjc-ed268@univ-paris3.fr


Important dates:
Submission deadline: April 6 2011
Notification of acceptance: April 30 2011
Final version : May 2 2011
symposium: 16 & 17 June 2011

Conference location:
Bibliothèque interuniversitaire Sainte-Barbe

Transports:
RER B(Regional Express Network):
"Luxembourg" or "Saint Michel" station
Métro(Paris Métro or Métropolitain):
line 10 "Maubert Mutualité" Station
Bus 63,87,86:
"Collège de France" Bus Stop

Map:
Bibliothèque interuniversitaire Sainte-Barbe

Admission is free for all visitors if places are available.