LINGUIST List 15.3493
Tue Dec 14 2004
Qs: Word Association; Sound Occurrences
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Message 1: Word Association
From: Alexandra Vinton <avinton11yahoo.com>
Subject: Word Association
I am doing my third year project on word association responses between men
Could anyone please tell me of any articles/journals and books I could use
for my literature review and to see what any previous studies found.
Any help would be greatful.
Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis
Message 2: Sound Occurrences
From: Yuri Tambovtsev <yutambhotmail.com>
Subject: Sound Occurrences
Dear LinguistList colleagues,
I wonder if anybody knows any publications devoted to the frequency of
occurrence of sounds in Eastern Neo-Aramaic? Must we feed into computer the
conversational texts in the Eastern dialect of Neo-Aramaic in order to
compare the frequency of occurrence of its phonemes to those of Hebrew,
Arabic and other semitic languages. Looking forward to hearing your advice
Linguistic Field(s): Text/Corpus Linguistics
Language Family(ies): Eastern Aramaic
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