LINGUIST List 14.3205

Fri Nov 21 2003

Qs: Online Chatroom Data

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  1. Fredric, voice-based chatroom data

Message 1: voice-based chatroom data

Date: Fri, 21 Nov 2003 01:56:51 -0500
From: Fredric <zfree126.COM>
Subject: voice-based chatroom data

Dear all,

I wonder if there's any linguistic research based on the linguistic data
collected from the online voice-based chatrooms. Can the data so collected
be regarded as kind of natural language? pseudo-natural language? How can
the data be used in the study of SLA? Thanks for your suggestions in
advance.

Best regards,
Fredric
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