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LINGUIST List 18.2036

Thu Jul 05 2007

Qs: Linguistic Communication in Emergencies Management

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        1.    Cristina Piva, Linguistic Communication in Emergencies Management

Message 1: Linguistic Communication in Emergencies Management
Date: 04-Jul-2007
From: Cristina Piva <cristina.pivatin.it>
Subject: Linguistic Communication in Emergencies Management

I am trying to find someone in the linguistic community who has been
interested or has worked (mainly on how to communicate) with people with
language loss (i.e. deafness)and/or language disorders (i.e. aphasia) in
environmental emergencies management (i.e. earthquakes, riverwash, an so on).

This interest is strictly linked to a project on risk prevention hold by
the University of Calabria (Italy).

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics

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