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LINGUIST List 17.281

Fri Jan 27 2006

Qs: Filming in the Field; Longitudinal Data

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        1.    Jessica Boynton, Filming in the Field
        2.    Aline Villavicencio, Longitudinal Data


Message 1: Filming in the Field
Date: 27-Jan-2006
From: Jessica Boynton <jessicalinguistlist.org>
Subject: Filming in the Field


Hello all,

The E-MELD School of Best Practices (http://emeld.org/school) web-team is
writing a page about how to collect video data in conducting linguistic
fieldwork. Does anyone have advice to share? How did you cope with
situations such as: lack of indoor space for filming, lack of
electricity/lighting, community preferences for filming indoors/outdoors?
What should you frame when setting up the video camera? Is it more
important to focus on the mouth area to collect articulation data, or to be
able to view the whole body for gestures? What considerations have I
overlooked?

My deepest gratitude at your time and dedication.

Sincerely,

Jessica Boynton
LINGUIST List
Team SBP
http://emeld.org/school

Linguistic Field(s): Anthropological Linguistics
Message 2: Longitudinal Data
Date: 26-Jan-2006
From: Aline Villavicencio <alinevgmail.com>
Subject: Longitudinal Data



Hi,

We're looking for longitudinal corpus data of child language acquisition
that is not included in CHILDES. Does anybody know if such data exists and
how we may obtain it?

Many thanks,

Aline Villavicencio and Anna Korhonen

Linguistic Field(s): Language Acquisition
Text/Corpus Linguistics



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