LINGUIST List 14.3138

Sat Nov 15 2003

Qs: Russian Phonology; Ling Data/Ethics

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  1. MPI EVA Jakarta Field Station, Query: Russian Phonology
  2. Maria Carlota Rosa, Qs: A question on Ethics

Message 1: Query: Russian Phonology

Date: Fri, 14 Nov 2003 18:58:02 +0700
From: MPI EVA Jakarta Field Station <mpgcbn.net.id>
Subject: Query: Russian Phonology

Dear fellow linguists,

I am interested in Russian ya, ye, yi, yo, yu. What is their origin?
Why are they written with single characters? Are they analyzed as
single complex phonemes? I'd be grateful for answers rather than
references as I probably would not be able to check the references at
my present location.

Sincerely,

Uri Tadmor
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Message 2: Qs: A question on Ethics

Date: Thu, 13 Nov 2003 22:07:56 -0200
From: Maria Carlota Rosa <carlotacentroin.com.br>
Subject: Qs: A question on Ethics

Dear linguists:

Provided the anonimity of the subjects is mantained, may a supervisor
accept data obtained by candid or surreptitious recording? Thank you in
advance for the answers

Maria Carlota A. P. Rosa
UFRJ/ Faculdade de Letras
Dept. de Linguistica e Filologia
Campus Universitario - Ilha do Fundao
Rio de Janeiro - RJ

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