LINGUIST List 12.1119

Tue Apr 24 2001

Qs: Care-giver Speech/Gender, Calvet Article/Source

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  1. Marc Reinhardt, gender differences in care-giver speech
  2. Daniel Barragan, Source for article on Calvet

Message 1: gender differences in care-giver speech

Date: Tue, 24 Apr 2001 08:56:32 +0200
From: Marc Reinhardt <solidxdisk.de>
Subject: gender differences in care-giver speech

Hi,

Does anyone know about certain effects of gender related child directed 
speech? I want to write a term paper about this, and I was wondering if 
mothers talk differently to boys or girls.
If anyone has some experience on the field of gender related language 
acquisition, I would be more than thankful to get some helpful hints 
concerning theory or speech samples.

Thanks in advance,

Marc

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Message 2: Source for article on Calvet

Date: Tue, 24 Apr 2001 07:13:22 -0700 (PDT)
From: Daniel Barragan <danbartreyahoo.com>
Subject: Source for article on Calvet


	I would be grateful to receive reference details
	(volume, issue, location -city-, pages) for the
	article by Louis-Jean Calvet: "De l'extension des
	termes 'creole' et 'pidgin' a certaines varietes
	vehiculaires. Une critique du point de vue de
	l'ecologie linguistique".
	
	The article appeared in "Etudes Creoles" last year
	(2000).
	
	Thank you.
	
	Daniel BARRAGAN
	Universidad de Guadalajara
	

	
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