LINGUIST List 16.393

Wed Feb 09 2005

Qs: French Gender and Discourse; Marketing Intro Ling

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        1.    Maj-Britt Mosegaard Hansen, French Gender and Discourse
        2.    Rachel Moeller, Marketing Introduction to Linguistics Courses


Message 1: French Gender and Discourse

Date: 08-Feb-2005
From: Maj-Britt Mosegaard Hansen <majhum.ku.dk>
Subject: French Gender and Discourse


Dear colleagues,

I have a student who'd like to work on gender and discourse, specifically
with reference to French, and we're looking for recent references to
relevant empirically-based studies.

We'd be very grateful for any help you might be able to give us.

Thanks in advance!

Maj-Britt Mosegaard Hansen
U. of Copenhagen
E-mail: majhum.ku.dk Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis

Subject Language(s): French (FRN)

Message 2: Marketing Introduction to Linguistics Courses

Date: 08-Feb-2005
From: Rachel Moeller <moel0067d.umn.edu>
Subject: Marketing Introduction to Linguistics Courses


I am currently researching Introduction to Linguistics courses taught at
colleges and universities throughout the United States, specifically trying
to pinpoint ''effective'' marketing strategies (within the
Linguistics/English department or within the university as a whole) to
ensure healthy enrollment numbers.

Any ideas on worthwhile secondary sources?

Thanks!

Rachel Moeller
Graduate Student
University of Minnesota-Duluth Linguistic Field(s): Not Applicable

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