LINGUIST List 15.1654

Wed May 26 2004

Qs: Classical Chinese Negatives; Ethnography/Speech

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  1. Elena C. Caprari, Negative words in Classical Chinese
  2. Richard Cameron, Ethnography of Speaking/Communication

Message 1: Negative words in Classical Chinese

Date: Mon, 24 May 2004 10:19:45 -0400
From: Elena C. Caprari <ecaprarienetscape.net>
Subject: Negative words in Classical Chinese

Good afternoon,

I am inquiring about the significant studies on the use of negative
words in Classical Chinese, published in English, other Western
languages, Chinese and Japanese, from 1970 onwards.

Thank you for your kind attention.

Elena Caprari
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Message 2: Ethnography of Speaking/Communication

Date: Mon, 24 May 2004 15:51:51 -0400 (EDT)
From: Richard Cameron <rcameronuic.edu>
Subject: Ethnography of Speaking/Communication

Can anyone recommend a useful overview/introductory article on the
Ethnography of Speaking? I will post the responses, if I get
any. Thanks.
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