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Thu Oct 23 2008
Internships: A Descriptive Grammar of Thakali
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A Descriptive Grammar of Thakali
Message 1: A Descriptive Grammar of Thakali
From: Narayan Sharma (Gautam) <narayangautam_55yahoo.com>
Subject: A Descriptive Grammar of Thakali
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University or Organization: Tribhuvan University
Department: Central Department of Linguistics
Web Address: http://www.tribhuvan-university.edu.np/
Type of Work: Annotation
Duration: 01-Jan-2001 to 01-Jan-2001
Compensation: Paid: to be determined
Internship Location: Tukuche, Mustang, Nepal
Minimum Education Level: MA
This study is field based, descriptive, linguistic research. Consequently, recording and transcribing of text and elicitation with native speaker is the heart of the source. The collected materials (data) are interpreted and analyzed adopting a structural model of linguistic description. Therefore, the research report is more descriptive and less theoretical.
Secondary data collection and analysis:
For grammatical and syntactic analysis, the written corpus will be used and analyzed systematically by a standard statistical method.
Tabulation, using and creating databases and statistical methods, writing initial drafts of the thesis. Finally, writing complete draft of thesis, redrafting chapters and completion of thesis and submission for examination.
Application Deadline: Open until filled.
Mr. Narayan Sharma (Gautam)
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