LINGUIST List 14.3499

Thu Dec 18 2003

Qs: Small Clause Subjects; Publication Advice

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  1. Ali Darzi, binding theory and small clauses
  2. Shartriya Collier, publication advice for TESOL doctorate students

Message 1: binding theory and small clauses

Date: Wed, 17 Dec 2003 00:39:17 -0500 (EST)
From: Ali Darzi <adarzichamran.ut.ac.ir>
Subject: binding theory and small clauses

Does anybody know of any language in which the subject of a small
clause behaves like a structural subject except for the purpose of
binding theory? How can we account such a structure?
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Message 2: publication advice for TESOL doctorate students

Date: Tue, 2 Dec 2003 17:42:12 -0500 (EST)
From: Shartriya Collier <triya777aol.com>
Subject: publication advice for TESOL doctorate students

Hello fellow language professionals,

I have just completed my last course and taken my comprehensive exams
for my doctorate in TESOL. I know this is the time i must begin
preparing to submit for publications, yet i'm not sure where to
begin. I have been collecting data on and off for three years on
African women entrepreneurs and English language acquisition within
the context of their businesses. The study is deeply embedded in
interactional sociolinguistics. Does anyone have any general
suggestions for how to begin finding a place to get published? Hint's
for submitting? Or ideas for contact that may be useful for the research
in general? I would greatly appreciate your help.

Triya
Temple University
Doctoral Candidate
Graduate Assistant
MA Bilingual/Bicultural Ed, Teachers College, Columbia University 

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