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LINGUIST List 17.483

Tue Feb 14 2006

Qs: Analysis of Reporting Techniques

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        1.    Nesrine Triki, Analysis of Reporting Techniques

Message 1: Analysis of Reporting Techniques
Date: 14-Feb-2006
From: Nesrine Triki <nesrinetrikiyahoo.com>
Subject: Analysis of Reporting Techniques

Dear All:

I am a Tunisian MA student and I am currently working on my MA memoir from
a corpus based analytical perspective. More precisely I am trying to
analyse the reporting techniques used in a corpus of Tunisian legal cases.

I need to know whether there are similar works done on Arabic texts or
corpora, or any research articles or books dealing with the techniques of
reporting in Arabic. If there are any, I would be so much grateful if I
could have some of the references.

With best regards!

Nesrine Triki

Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis

Subject Language(s): Arabic, Standard (arb)

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