LINGUIST List 16.2937|
Tue Oct 11 2005
Qs: TEFL to Deaf Children; First Use of 'IFID'
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1. José David
TEFL to Deaf Children
First Use of 'IFID'
Message 1: TEFL to Deaf Children
From: José David Herazo <jherazo4hotmail.com>
Subject: TEFL to Deaf Children
I am starting a research project on TEFl to deaf children and I would
greatly appreciate all of your help in finding out relevant literature and
Message 2: First Use of 'IFID'
From: Fay Wouk <f.woukauckland.ac.nz>
Subject: First Use of 'IFID'
I am trying to find out who was the first to use in print the acronym IFID
(illucutionary force indicating device) that is found in publications from
CCSARP (Cross-Cultural Speech Act Realization Project) and other work based
on that project. Did Searle ever use it, or was it first developed by
people on CCSARP ? Or did some other individual come up with it?
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