CLEaR2016 Conference Programme

 

CLEaR2016 Final Programme & Information Notes

 

The programme has been subject to changes (due to participants requirements, unexpected absences or refused visas).

The final CLEaR2016 programme will be confirmed 3 days before the conference.

 

CLEaR2016 conference publications and follow-up

A) Book of Abstracts

All abstracts of CLEaR2016 accepted conference papers will be published in CD Book of Abstracts.

B) Journals

All conference papers submitted by the authors with completed registration will be reviewed by the International Scientific Board members (a double-blind peer review procedure). The approved and accepted conference papers will be published in:

The international research journal CLEaR (ISSN 2453-7128, published by De Gruyter Open). The papers approved for publishing in CLEaR will be charged separately from a conference fee by a reduced publication fee (70 EUR) after receiving the review results.

The International journal on Language, Literature and Culture in Education (LLCE, ISSN 2453-7101, published by De Gruyter Open). The papers approved for publishing in CLEaR will be charged separately from a conference fee by a reduced publication fee (70 EUR) after receiving the review results.

The Journal of Language and Cultural Education (JoLaCE, ISSN 1339-4045 print, ISSN 1339-4584 online published by De Gruyter Open). The papers approved for publishing in CLEaR will be charged separately from a conference fee by a reduced publication fee (140 EUR) after receiving the review results.

 

C) CLEaR2016 Virtual session

 

Virtual papers

The virtual session of the conference will be active from September 15th, 2016 to December 31st, 2016 and available at: http://www.jolace.com/conferences/clear2016/publications/

 

Popularization and / or trivialization of philosophy in Voltaire's narrative Candide or Optimism

Ivana Majksner & Tina Varga Oswald, Croatia, ID CLEaR2016-363

 

The Study of Concepts of Creative Evolution and Will in Bernard Shaw’s Man and Superman: A Schopenhauerian and Lamarckian Study

Soheila Faghfori & Esmaeil Zohdi, Iran, ID CLEaR2016-351

 

The Question of Morality in Mary Shelley´s Frankenstein

Agata Buda, Poland, ID CLEaR2016-371

 

 

The Effectiveness of R-Meta Strategy to Enhance Writing Skills Among Undergraduate Students

Saadiah Kummin, Shahlan Surat, Saemah Rahman, Khaidzir Hj Ismail, Roselind Razali, Malaysia, ID CLEaR2016-319

 

 

 

Writing Effective Cover Letters: To Enhance Undergraduate Marketability and Employability

Saadiah Kummin, Khaidzir Hj Ismail, & Roselind Razali, Malaysia, ID CLEaR2016-320

 

 

The Semi - structured Interview in Foreign Language Education Research

Veronika Szombatová, Slovakia, ID CLEaR2016-374

 

 

Health Discourse in Media: the Language of Breast Cancer Prevention

Anna Stebletsova & Valeria Enkova, Russia, ID CLEaR2016-330

 

 

 

British and American Varieties in Legalese

Jana Spalova, Slovakia, ID CLEaR2016-341

 

 

Subordinate causal clauses in Albanian language

Fabiana Velencia, Albania, ID CLEaR2016-379

 

 

Causative connectors, the difference between pragmatic and semantic connectors and their grammatical function

Fabiana Velencia, Albania, ID CLEaR2016-380

 

 

Causative Sentence Characteristic’s Based on its Semantic Structure

Fabiana Velencia, Albania, ID CLEaR2016-381

 

 

Pragmatic Specifications in Dictionary Definitions of Selected English Idioms

Anna Stachurska, Poland, ID CLEaR2016-372

 

The Role of Methodology of Research in Language Pedagogy in Teacher Training

Silvia Pokrivčáková, Slovakia, ID CLEaR2016-404

 

 

La didactique du plurilinguisme. Vérification empirique dans le terrain slovaque

Jana Bírová, Slovakia, ID CLEaR2016-405