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LINGUIST List 18.493

Tue Feb 13 2007

Qs: Negotiation of Meaning Between Guides and Tourists

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Message 1: Negotiation of Meaning Between Guides and Tourists
Date: 12-Feb-2007
From: May An <anmaygdhotmail.com>
Subject: Negotiation of Meaning Between Guides and Tourists


Dear all,

I am doing my research for PhD thesis. Qualitative and quantitative methods
will be included in my work. Some questions keep me thinking all the time
and still could not get the answer. Would you please do me a favor by the
following questions?

1. What is the minimum number of subjects for my pilot study and main study
respectively?

2. If I need English native speakers as one part of my subjects, where can
I find such corpus data based on tourism between guides and tourists?

I am very eager to wait for your advice. Thanks!!!

Best wishes,
May An

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Text/Corpus Linguistics
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