Call for Papers
Papers are invited for the 3rd International Conference: Approaches to Digital Discourse Analysis (ADDA 3), which will take place in St Petersburg, Florida May 13–15, 2022.
This conference aims to bring together researchers interested in the analysis of digital discourse from different disciplines, approaches and traditions. Thus, it seeks to foster state-of-the-art debates and discussions on this burgeoning field of research and provide opportunities for multidisciplinary and critical reflection.
Anna De Fina – Georgetown University
Elaine Chun – University of South Carolina
Maite Taboada – Simon Fraser University
Papers are invited from discourse scholars from different traditions focusing on digital discourse and other relevant fields, among others:
- Research methods in digital discourse analysis
- Theoretical approaches to digital discourse analysis
- Critical digital discourse analysis
- Micro analysis of digital discourse
- Digital genres
- Discourse and identities in the digital world
- Multimodality and digital discourse
- Conflict in digital discourse
- Digital discourse and the professions
- Digital service encounters
- Political discourse in the digital age
- Gender and digital media
- Digital discourse and journalism
- Digital discourse and education
- Digital discourse and health
- Digital discourse and society
- Digital discourse in gaming
- Any other relevant topics related to digital discourse
- Panel proposals deadline October 1, 2021
- Notification of acceptance of panels will be sent by November 1, 2021
- Individual paper proposals deadline November 15, 2021
- Notification of acceptance of individual papers will be sent by Jan 31, 2022
Paper proposal guidelines:
The deadline for individual paper proposals is November 15, 2021. Please submit an abstract of no more than 350 words, including references, on the Abstract submission page. (You'll need to create a system account if you don't already have one.)
Panel proposal guidelines:
Panel proposals should include the following.
- title of the panel
- name(s) of panel organizer
- 200 word summary, or overview, of the panel
- Complete abstracts for all the papers to be included in the panel (350 words per paper)
Panel organizers should submit their proposals via email to [email protected]. Please write “Panel Proposal” in subject line. The deadline for panel proposals is October 1, 2021. Panel organizers will receive notification of acceptance by November 1, 2021.
Once a panel is accepted, each panel participant should submit the abstract for their individual paper to the Abstract submission page no later than November 15, 2021. Please be sure to indicate the name of the panel at the bottom of the form.
All abstracts, both for panels and individual papers, will be subject to double blind peer review.