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Wed Feb 02 2011
Qs: Survey: Politeness Strategy Patterns
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1. Rehana Mubarak ,
Survey: Politeness Strategy Patterns
Message 1: Survey: Politeness Strategy Patterns
From: Rehana Mubarak <remu4242hotmail.com>
Subject: Survey: Politeness Strategy Patterns
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Dear LINGUIST List subscribers,
At the moment I am working on my Ph.D. project which deals with
linguistic politeness strategy patterns in different non-native and native
varieties of English.
In my thesis I am focussing on e-mail communication in international
customer support contexts and I am aiming at designing a concept
proposal for a dynamic, interactive text editing tool that helps enhance
intercultural awareness and optimize communicative competence.
To elicit patterns for a database I have created a survey and would be
very grateful, if you could take some time (max. 10 minutes) to
participate at this survey by clicking on this link:
I confirm that the survey and all your data will remain anonymous.
Thank you very much in advance for your highly appreciated
participation. Please, don't hesitate to contact me, if you have any
further questions regarding the project and/or the survey.
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