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LINGUIST List 19.2494

Wed Aug 13 2008

Qs: French Language Collection Exercise

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        1.    Caroline Leathem, French Language Collection Exercise


Message 1: French Language Collection Exercise
Date: 13-Aug-2008
From: Caroline Leathem <caroline_leathemhotmail.com>
Subject: French Language Collection Exercise
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Hi,

I will soon be running a language collection exercise in France where
around 500 participants are asked to phone in and be recorded saying
spontaneous and predetermined utterances. I am looking for recommendations
for participant recruitment e.g. market research agencies, university
departments with willing students etc.

Any help would be gratefully received.

Best wishes,

Caroline

Linguistic Field(s): Text/Corpus Linguistics

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