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Sat Nov 07 2009
Qs: Online Navajo Language Survey
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Online Navajo Language Survey
Message 1: Online Navajo Language Survey
From: Kelly Berkson <kelly764ku.edu>
Subject: Online Navajo Language Survey
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I am seeking participants for a new online Navajo language survey.
This anonymous survey takes approximately 30 to 45 minutes to complete, and
involves both fill-in-the-blank questions and acceptability judgments on
various forms of possessed nouns. It is being hosted by Qualtrics, through
the University of Kansas College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, with data
stored on a secure server. The survey can be found at:
Please feel free to check it out, to forward the link at will, and to
direct questions to me at kelly764ku.edu.
(graduate student in Indigenous Nations Studies & Linguistics at the
University of Kansas)
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