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LINGUIST List 16.2535

Thu Sep 01 2005

Qs: Corpus Analysis; Japanese Sentence-final Particles

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        1.    Fariba Haghighi, Corpus Analysis
        2.    Eric McCready, Sentence-final Particles in Japanese Dialects

Message 1: Corpus Analysis
Date: 31-Aug-2005
From: Fariba Haghighi <far_haghighiyahoo.com>
Subject: Corpus Analysis

Dear Linguists:

It is great to contact you. To do a research I need to analyse a huge
corpus of texts in different disciplines. Vocabulary analysis is simply
done by TEXTSTAT software, but I don't know how to analyse syntax and
function? That is syntactic analysis and functional analysis.

Thank you for your help in advance.

Fariba Haghighi

Linguistic Field(s): Text/Corpus Linguistics

Message 2: Sentence-final Particles in Japanese Dialects
Date: 30-Aug-2005
From: Eric McCready <mccreadylang.osaka-u.ac.jp>
Subject: Sentence-final Particles in Japanese Dialects

I am looking for resources on sentence-final particles in `nonstandard'
dialects of Japanese, especially those spoken in the Kansai region (Osaka,
Kyoto, Nara ...) and in the Ryukyus. It would be very helpful if anyone
could direct me to published (or unpublished) work on these particle
systems. Resources in Japanese would also be useful, since I read Japanese
as well.

Linguistic Field(s): Morphology

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