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Ministry of Science and Education, Youth and Sports of Ukraine

Poltava V.G. Korolenko National Pedagogical University

Faculty of Philology and Journalism

Department of English Philology

2, Ostrogradsky Str., Poltava, Ukraine, 36003

tel. +38 0532220854



Call for Papers

(for foreign students only; Ukrainian students, please use the Ukrainian version of this Call for Papers)

Dear students!

You are heartily welcome to participate in the 5th International Students’ Scientific-Practical Conference “The Priorities of Contemporary Philology: Theory and Practice”, to be held at Poltava V.G. Korolenko National Pedagogical University, in Poltava, Ukraine, 16th-17th February, 2012.

The conference is organized jointly with:

  1. The Department of the History of Foreign Literature and Classical Philology of Kharkiv V.N. Karazin National University (Kharkiv, Ukraine);

  2. The Department of Translation Theory and Practice of Zaporizhzhya National University (Zaporizhzhya, Ukraine);

  3. The Department of Foreign Literature of Minsk State Linguistic University (Minsk, Belarus);

  4. The Department of English Studies of Universidad Complutense de Madrid (Madrid, Spain);

  5. The Department of English Philology of Kazakh Ablai khan University of International Relations and Foreign Languages (Almaty, Kazakhstan);

  6. The Department of American Culture and Literature of Ege University (Izmir, Turkey).

Sections:

  1. Modern Approaches to Traditional Linguistics

  2. Cognitive and Discursive Linguistics

  3. Translation Theory and Practice

  4. TEFL Theory and Practice

  5. The Results and Perspectives of the Study of English and American Literary Classics

  6. Controversial Problems of the English, American, Canadian and Australian Literature of the 20th and 21st Centuries

  7. Methods of Teaching English-Language Literature

The languages of the conference are: Ukrainian, Russian, English.

The abstracts of the papers will have been published in a volume by the beginning of the conference.

The accommodation at the students’ hall of residence and the meals at the dining-hall are at the participants’ expense, but the prices are very reasonable.

^ To participate in the conference you should e-mail the organizing committee 2 files in Microsoft Office Word-2003 format by January 10th, 2012:

  • an abstract named Author’s Last Name_abstract, e.g. Johnson_abstract;

  • an application form (a Microsoft Office Word table containing all the necessary information about the participant) named Author’s Last Name_info, e.g. Johnson_info.

E-mail addresses:

alex-87.07@mail.ru (Ms. Alexandra Naidyon),

nataliakrin@rambler.ru (Dr. Nataliya Krynytska)

Formatting Guidelines

1. The abstract must be no longer than 5 pages.

  1. Page margins – 2 cm. Left indentation – 1.25 cm.
    Please observe that indentation is to be made by using “Format – Indentation”, not by using “Tabulation.”

  2. Font – unless otherwise noted, Times New Roman, 14-point, single-spaced.

  3. Punctuation guidelines

    1. There is a distinction between a hyphen (-) and a dash (–).

    2. Quotation marks should look like this (“”).

    3. Apostrophes should look like this (’).

    4. Avoid using two spaces between words, line breaks, or page breaks.

    5. Do not use tables, pictures and graphs because problems may occur when printing the materials.

  4. Parts of the abstract

    1. Author’s name, affiliation, and supervisor – three lines, right justified:

      1. The last name and the first name of the author in bold italics,

      2. The name of the university in italics,

      3. The supervisor or advisor’s last name, first name, degree, and position in bold italics.

    2. Title – centered, boldface.

    3. The text body. Alignment – justified (i.e., flush left and right).

    4. Reference list (see below for guidelines).

    5. A summary and list of up to 10 key words (for a total of about 2-5 lines) should be given after the references. Font – 12-point, single-spaced, Times New Roman, left indentation set to 1.25 cm and in italics.

Example:

Kovalenko Maryna

Poltava V.G. Korolenko National Pedagogical University

Supervisor – Petrova Nina, PhD


^

The Linguistic Means of Expression of the Concept HAPPINESS




Words, sentences and text fragments, which are analyzed in the abstracts, are to be given in the italics, notions should be written in quotation marks. For example, to express the notion “hospitable” in Ukrainian there is a word “гостинний.” Concepts are written in capitals. For instance, the concept LOVE is verbalized in contemporary Ukrainian with the help of such words as любов and пристрасть. The most important fragments should be underlined.

References must be сited like this: [1, p. 3], [5, p. 4-7; 8, p. 17-21], [1; 3; 5] – where the first figure is the number of the source in the reference list and the second one the number of the page. Please observe that after the letter “p.” and before the number of the page there must be a blank space. References are obligatory.

References should be presented in alphabetical order after the headline References, e.g.:

References

1. Carrol L. Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. Through the Looking Glass / Lewis Carrol. – London: Penguin Popular Classics, 1994. – 225 p.

2. Jenkins P. Bricks in the Wall: An Interpretation of Pink Floyd’s The Wall / Philip Jenkins // The Berlin Wall / Ernst Schьrer, Manfred Keune and Philip Jenkins, eds. – New York: Peter Lang, 1996. – P. 205-213.

3. Urick B. Pink Floyd: The Wall: A Complete Analysis / Bret Urick. – 2002. – On line at http://www.thewallanalysis.com/.


The article deals with structural and semantic properties of verbal deriving stems and derivational suffixes in the process of forming semantic structures of deverbal nouns and the productive models of their making in Modern English.

Key words: deriving stem, derived stem, deverbal noun, derivational suffix, derivational model, semantic structure, valency.

The abstract must contain the results of personal research without logical and stylistic mistakes or typos. The author of the article and the supervisor are responsible for the content and the correctness of references.

Abstracts may be rejected if they:

  1. are plagiarized,

  2. do not present personal research results,

  3. are translated with the help of electronic translators,

  4. contain incorrect references, or

  5. do not follow the formatting and submission guidelines.


Abstracts which do not comply with the above-mentioned demands or are submitted later than January 10th, 2012 will not be accepted.

Participants whose proposals are accepted by the organizing committee will be informed and invited by email sent to the addresses in their applications.

^ Abstracts may be submitted by e-mail only (no fax, snail mail, etc.)

Further information can be obtained by telephone: (+3805322) 2-08-54 (Department of English Philology, contact person – Dr. Nataliya Krynytska) or by e-mail: alex-87.07@mail.ru, nataliakrin@rambler.ru

We look forward to welcoming you to Poltava and our conference!


Sincerely,


Dr. Nataliya Krynytska,

Conference Chair

^ Application Form

(for participating in the 5th International Students’ Scientific-Practical Conference “The Priorities of Contemporary Philology: Theory and Practice”

Please do not leave anything blank!



Last and first name of the participant




Year (first, second, etc.)




Full name of the educational establishment




Title of the proposal




Section of the conference




Mailing address




E-mail




Full telephone number (home/mobile)




Last and first name of supervisor




E-mail of supervisor




Full telephone number (home/mobile) of the supervisor




Academic degree of the supervisor




Position of the supervisor




Form of participation (please tell us whether you plan to attend or not)




Needs a computer for a PowerPoint presentation (Y/N)




Needs lodging (How many days? Arriving about when? Departing about when?)




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