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Sat Jan 26 2008

Qs: Request for Assistance with Survey on Diglossia

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        1.    John Myhill, Request for Assistance with Survey on Diglossia

Message 1: Request for Assistance with Survey on Diglossia
Date: 24-Jan-2008
From: John Myhill <Johnresearch.haifa.ac.il>
Subject: Request for Assistance with Survey on Diglossia
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I am doing a survey of diglossic situations in different languages around
the world and I am looking for linguists help me with data from languages
they know about. There are six relatively brief questions and it shouldn't
take you very long (unless you feel like expanding). Anyone who would be
willing to help should send me an email message at
johnresearch.haifa.ac.il, and I'll send you the survey. I'll send you what
I write up.

John Myhill

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

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