Language & Intercultural Communication特刊投稿摘要征集
Call for abstracts for a Special Issue of Language & Intercultural Communication
Working title of the special issue:
Language and Interculturality in Chinese Higher Education: Integrating Global and Local Perspectives
Guest editors: Jan Van Maele & Lixian Jin
The Editorial Board of Language & Intercultural Communication invited the guest editors to submit a full proposal for a special issue on the above theme, following the RICH-Ed conference that was held at the University of Nottingham Ningbo China on March 20-21, 2021.
The contributions in the special issue will highlight and critically reflect on practices and their impact in the following three areas:
- Intercultural learning and teaching in higher education in China, in and outside language teaching;
- Intercultural staff training by university staff in China, in education and in other organizations or companies;
- Intercultural learning of Chinese students and university staff abroad.
Through these contributions, the special issue aims to bridge the gap between:
- Co-existing theoretical approaches to interculturality in language teaching and research in China;
- Locally-targeted and globally-situated intercultural pedagogy in the implementation of the new national teaching guidelines with ICC being among the key learning objectives and outcomes;
- Co-existing methodological teaching perspectives to the interplay between language, culture and (intercultural) communication both in the Chinese higher education context and the global community of practice in intercultural language education.
We hereby launch an open call for papers based on qualitative research with empirical data that address the themes and aims listed. If you are interested, please submit a tentative title, an abstract of 300-400 words in the body and up to six references; as well as four keywords in a Word document to email@example.com.
Please structure your abstract as follows:
Brief research context
Objective: including theories and research focus or questions used
Methodology: data collected and analysed
Implications and conclusions
In the same Word document, please include the author details (full names, affiliations, contact email) and a brief biographical note (max 75 words for each author).
Deadline for submission of abstracts: 31 July 2021
Notification of acceptance: 30 September 2021
Pending approval of the full proposal by the LAIC Editorial Board, publication in hard copy is expected in the Fall of 2022.
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