LINGUIST List 15.3493

Tue Dec 14 2004

Qs: Word Association; Sound Occurrences

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        1.    Alexandra Vinton, Word Association
        2.    Yuri Tambovtsev, Sound Occurrences



Message 1: Word Association

Date: 13-Dec-2004
From: Alexandra Vinton <avinton11yahoo.com>
Subject: Word Association


Hi
 
 I am doing my third year project on word association responses between men
 and women.
 
 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.
 
 Thank you 
 
 Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis

Message 2: Sound Occurrences

Date: 14-Dec-2004
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
to yutambhotmail.com 

Yours sincerely, 

Yuri Tambovtsev 

Linguistic Field(s): Text/Corpus Linguistics

Language Family(ies): Eastern Aramaic
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