LINGUIST List 17.3643|
Sat Dec 09 2006
Qs: Asmara Pidgin/Coreference Acquisition
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Info on Asmara Pidgin Italian
Search about Coreference Acquisition
Message 1: Info on Asmara Pidgin Italian
From: Andrea Tarantola <tarantola.andreagmail.com>
Subject: Info on Asmara Pidgin Italian
I write to you to find info on Asmara Pidgin Italian, a language spoken in
the neighbours of Asmara city, Eritrea.
I am a graduate student of the University of Florence, Italy. My field
interest are pidgin and creole languages based both with romance and
african languages. As I will begin my PhD program in January 2006, and my
thesis will include Asmara Pidgin Italian, I'm searching information in all
directions. I would be grateful if you receive my request of information.
Message 2: Search about Coreference Acquisition
From: sandra giraud <sandra-m.giraudlaposte.net>
Subject: Search about Coreference Acquisition
I am beginning a dissertation about coreference acquisition in the primary
language (especially in french) under the supervision of Damien Chabanal
(Université Blaise Pascal, Clermont-Ferrand, France). I am searching for
articles, documents, and/or books (in french please) about language
acquisition and particularly about the acquisition of the pronominal system.
My dissertation concerns the way in which children acquire the use of the
personal pronouns and the way in which they put in relation linguistic and
extralinguistic entities (notably personal pronouns and themselves or
persons around them).
Thank you in advance for your information.
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