LINGUIST List 11.878

Sun Apr 16 2000

Qs: Socioling in Greece,French Professional Titles

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  1. Elena Bedisti, Social class and child lang in Post War Greece.
  2. Auger, Julie, Brief questionnaire on titles of profession in French

Message 1: Social class and child lang in Post War Greece.

Date: Thu, 13 Apr 2000 17:06:58 +-100
From: Elena Bedisti <bm-iftbaootenet.gr>
Subject: Social class and child lang in Post War Greece.

The reason I am asking for information about social class in Greece is
because I am doing my PhD in sociolinguistics and the topic of my
thesis is related to the issue of the definition of social class in
Greece.

I would be grateful for any kind of information concerning the definition of
social class in Post War Greek society (1950-) and even more grateful if
you would provide me with any kind of information concerning relevant
bibliography in the area of social class and child language.


Thank you very much for your cooperation,

Elena Bedisti



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Message 2: Brief questionnaire on titles of profession in French

Date: Thu, 13 Apr 2000 13:27:24 -0500
From: Auger, Julie <jaugerindiana.edu>
Subject: Brief questionnaire on titles of profession in French

Hello,
	A student in my undergraduate course on Language & Gender is
preparing a paper on feminization in French. If you are a native speaker of
French from France or Quebec and would like to help her, please fill in her
questionnaire: http://www.aqx.net. The questionnaire is quite short, and I'm
sure she would very much appreciate your help.
	Thanks!
		Julie

Julie Auger 
Depts. of French & Italian Tel: (812) 855_7958 (FRIT)
 and Linguistics (812) 855_7293 (Lx)
Indiana University Fax: (812) 855_8877
1020 E. Kirkwood Ave. Email: jaugerindiana.edu
Ballantine Hall 642
Bloomington, IN 47405_7103
USA
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