LINGUIST List 15.126

Fri Jan 16 2004

Qs: Chat Room Lang; Hearing Children/Deaf Parents

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  1. h79173uwasa.fi>, Language in chat-rooms
  2. heng kaile, about hearing kids of deaf adults

Message 1: Language in chat-rooms

Date: Fri, 16 Jan 2004 16:05:05 +0200
From: h79173uwasa.fi> <h79173uwasa.fi>
Subject: Language in chat-rooms

We would like to get some information about the language that is used
in chat-rooms. What kind of researches has been done on this subject?
We are writing an essay about the language in chat-rooms and now we
need some sources.

Thanking You in advance,

Sanna, Erica and Heidi

E-mail: sanna.soderstromuwasa.fi
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Message 2: about hearing kids of deaf adults

Date: Wed, 7 Jan 2004 22:49:28 -0500 (EST)
From: heng kaile <hkailehotmail.com>
Subject: about hearing kids of deaf adults

hi all,

i'm Kaile, a English language research student at National University
of Singapore and my thesis topic is on the ''Language learning
situation of Chinese hearing children with hearing-impaired adults''.

So far, i have only managed to locate one article ''hearing children
of deaf parents'' (by N. Schiff-Myers) in Language Development in
exceptional circumstances. I am having great difficulty with situating
my research study within the field of sign language studies because my
university doesn't subscribe to journals like American Annals of the
Deaf, Volta Review etc.

Hence, i was wondering if anyone can point me to useful journal
articles or books and if possible, send me the articles via my email
address hkailehotmail.com.

thanks very much for your time 
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