Working groups

Figure: The figure represents the eight LITHME Working groups. The WG 1 is surrounded by the seven others.

LITHME’s eight Working Groups each focus on different research areas, led by specialists. They think through the likely influence of new and emerging language technologies on their fields of interest.

Members of LITHME are often in more than one Working Group. Indeed, the entire purpose of LITHME is to increase dialogue across different research areas.


Working Group 8: Language variation, pragmatics, and interaction…

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Working Group 7: Language work, language professionals Language…

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Working Group 6: Ideologies, beliefs, attitudes In this…

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Working Group 5: Language learning and teaching Emerging…

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Working Group 4: Language diversity, vitality and endangerment…

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Working Group 3: Language rights Language Rights in…

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Working Group 2: Language and law Law is…

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Working Group 1: Computational linguistics Language, one of…

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