LINGUIST List 15.1932

Sun Jun 27 2004

Qs: Japanese/English Lang Use Reference

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  1. Barbara Avila-Shah, Searching for title of article on gender

Message 1: Searching for title of article on gender

Date: Fri, 25 Jun 2004 15:59:21 -0400 (EDT)
From: Barbara Avila-Shah <biabuffalo.edu>
Subject: Searching for title of article on gender

A colleague of mine is searching for the title of an article which was
published in the 70's or 80's in which Japanese war brides were asked
to do a sentence completion task both in Japanese and in English. The
answers varied depending on the language which was used. She would
like to use it for a discussion group on language and gender but
cannot remember the title.

Thanks for the help,
Barbara 

Subject-Language: English;Japanese; Code: JPN 
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