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Thu Feb 02 2012

Qs: Narrative vs. Testimonial Survey

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        1.     Jim Okrasinski , Narrative vs. Testimonial Survey

Message 1: Narrative vs. Testimonial Survey
Date: 31-Jan-2012
From: Jim Okrasinski <jimokrasinskigmail.com>
Subject: Narrative vs. Testimonial Survey
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Hello Linguists,

I'm a graduate student in Linguistics looking for participants to take 15
minutes of their time to help with the collection of data via a survey.
Link below:


My thesis is a Labovian narrative analysis of stories provided by
participants of multi-day charity events (aidsrides/breast walks)posted
on event websites.

Also,if anyone has done research in the area of testimonials of this
type, please contact me directly.

Thank you for your help,

Jim Okrasinski
Northeastern Illinois University

Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis

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