LINGUIST List 12.747

Sun Mar 18 2001

TOC: Southern African Ling & Applied Lang Studies

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  1. Nkonko Kamwangamalu, Southern African Linguistics & Applied Language Studies, Issue 18

Message 1: Southern African Linguistics & Applied Language Studies, Issue 18

Date: Sat, 17 Mar 2001 17:48:00 +0200
From: Nkonko Kamwangamalu <KAMWANGAnu.ac.za>
Subject: Southern African Linguistics & Applied Language Studies, Issue 18


SOUTH AFRICAN JOURNAL OF LINGUISTICS, the journal of the Linguistic
Society of Southern Africa (LSSA), has merged with "Southern African
Journal of Applied Language Studies (SAJALS), the journal of the
Southern African Applied Linguistics Association (SAALA).

The combined journal is called "SOUTHERN AFRICAN LINGUISTICS AND
APPLIED LANGUAGE STUDIES" (SALALS) and is published twice a year by
National Inquiry Services (NISC), an international company.

SALALS will continue to showcase current research in African languages
and linguistics and will remain affordable to scientists and libraries
worldwide.

The first edition of the combined journal journal has just
appeared. The details of its contents follow.


SOUTHERN AFRICAN LINGUISTICS AND APPLIED LANGUAGE STUDIES 18 (2000)

Editors: Nkonko M Kamwangamalu (University of Natal)
 Johan Lubbe (University of the Orange State)

ISSN 1607-3614

2000, Issue 18

JACOBS A NAUDE
Diachronic syntax and language change: the case of Qumran Hebrew

NERINA BOSMAN
Die motiveringsteorie en idome met 'hand' (The motivation theory and idioms 
with 'hand')

ELIZABETH DE KADT
English language proficiency in South Africa at the turn of the millennium

MARIE SPRUYT
'n Kognitiewe benadering tot tydsdifferensiasie in diskoers (A cognitive 
approach to time differentiation in discourse)

NKONKO M KAMWANGAMALU
The state of codeswitching research at the dawn of the new millennium (2): 
Focus on Africa

VIVIAN DE KLERK and SALLY HUNT
Discourse domination? The role of gender in seminar interaction

GILLES-MAURICE DE SCHRYVER and D J PRINSLOO
The compilation of electronic corpora, with special reference to the African 
Languages.


For subscription information please contact the publisher.

Office in South Africa:
NISC Pty Ltd
PO Box 377
22 Somerset Sreet
Grahamstown 6140
Republic of South Africa
e-mail: subsnisc.co.za 
http://www.nisc.co.za 

Office in the United States:
NISC Inc, 3100 St Paul Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21218, U.S,A.
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http://www.nisc.com 
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