LINGUIST List 13.1377

Thu May 16 2002

Qs: Seeking References, Crossover Effects

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  1. Jerome Richalot, desperately seeking...
  2. MOHAMMAD RASEKH, Crossover effects and "scrambling"

Message 1: desperately seeking...

Date: Thu, 16 May 2002 09:53:49 +0000
From: Jerome Richalot <>
Subject: desperately seeking...

Dear linguists,

I am desperately seeking the following references :

Bazerman, Charles. 1983. Reporting the experiment: the changing
account of scientific doings in the Philosophical Transactions of the
Royal Society, 1665-1880. and Knorr-Cetina, K.D. 1981. The
manufacture of knowledge. Oxford: Pergamon.

Can anyone help ?

Many thanks in advance.


Subject-Language: English; Code: ENG 

Language-Family: English; Code: IEFBBBAAA
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Message 2: Crossover effects and "scrambling"

Date: Thu, 16 May 2002 09:48:32 -0700 (PDT)
Subject: Crossover effects and "scrambling"

What are weak crossover and strong crossover effects? How are they
related to syntactic movements in language? I specifically want to
know how weak crossover effects are related to the nature of
"scrambling".I have checked some sources but I have not been able to
find the proper answer. 

Thank you, M.Rasekh

 Mohammad Rasekh Mahand
 English and Linguistics Department
 Litrature and Humanities Faculty
 Bu-Ali Sina University
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