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Sat Dec 23 2000

TOC: Studies in the Linguistic Sciences

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  1. James H. Yoon, Studies in the Linguistic Sciences, Volume 30:1

Message 1: Studies in the Linguistic Sciences, Volume 30:1

Date: Mon, 18 Dec 2000 11:24:11 -0800
From: James H. Yoon <>
Subject: Studies in the Linguistic Sciences, Volume 30:1

Now available:

Literacy and Writing Systems in Asia, 
ed. by Chin W. Kim with Elmer H. Antonsen, William Bright,
and Braj B. Kachru (Studies in the Linguistic Sciences 30:1). 
Urbana:Department of Linguistics, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign,
200. Pp. x + 246. Price $10.00 (+ $2.00 postage). 


CHIN W. KIM: The legacy of King Sejong the Great;
YOUNG-KEY KIM-RENAUD: Sejong's theory of literacy and writing;
FLORIAN COULMAS: The nationalization of writing;
WILLIAM BRIGHT: A matter of typology: Alphasyllabaries and abugidas;
PETER T. DANIELS: On writing syllabaries: Three episodes of transfer;
RICHARD G. SALOMON: Typological observations on the Indic script group
 and its relationship to other alphasyllabaries;
CHIN-CHUAN CHENG: Frequently-used Chinese characters and language cognition;
HWAWEI KO and OVID J. L. TZENG: The role of phonological awareness in a
 phonetically opaque script;
PETER LOWENBERG: Writing and literacy in Indonesia;
KAMAL K. SRIDHAR and YAMUNA KACHRU: Literacy, minority languages, and
 multilingual India;
LARRY E. SMITH and JESSE R. LONG: Literacy, writing systems, and
 development in the Pacific;
STANLEY YUNICK, JR.: Linguistics, TESL, and language planning in Micronesia;
MA. LOURDES S. BAUTISTA: Bridging research and practice in literaacy
 work among minority language groups in 
 the Philippines;
YUKIO TSUDA: The maintenance of the Korean language and identity in Japan;
ZHIWEI FENG and BINYONG YIN: The Chinese digraphia problem in the
 Information Age. 

For information on ordering: or 

Elmer H. Antonsen, 
Professor Emeritus of Linguistics 
Managing Editor, Studies in the Linguistic Sciences
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