LINGUIST List 3.877

Mon 09 Nov 1992

Qs: Tone; First Names; Mac Bibliography

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  1. Ronnie Wilbur, Lexical Storage and Retrieval in Tone Languages
  2. Geoffrey Russom, Re: 3.874 Qs: First Names
  3. Michael Newman, Mac Bibliography

Message 1: Lexical Storage and Retrieval in Tone Languages

Date: Fri, 06 Nov 92 14:32:08 ESLexical Storage and Retrieval in Tone Languages
From: Ronnie Wilbur <WILBURPURCCVM.bitnet>
Subject: Lexical Storage and Retrieval in Tone Languages

A student of mine would appreciate information on research relating to
lexical storage and retrieval in tone languages. particularly the
effects, if any, of the tones themselves. Also, if there's any information
on word finding problems related to tone (mono or bilingual), we'd
appreciate that as well. Reply to wilburvm.cc.purdue.edu
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Message 2: Re: 3.874 Qs: First Names

Date: Sun, 08 Nov 92 07:51:22 ESRe: 3.874 Qs: First Names
From: Geoffrey Russom <EL403015BROWNVM.brown.edu>
Subject: Re: 3.874 Qs: First Names

I'm looking for sociolinguistic work dealing specifically with
first names chosen by Americans of non-Western-European
ethnicity. Please reply privately to EL403015&BROWNVM.
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Message 3: Mac Bibliography

Date: Sun, 08 Nov 92 10:43:12 ESMac Bibliography
From: Michael Newman <MNEHCCUNYVM.bitnet>
Subject: Mac Bibliography

If anyone is aware of a Mac database program (one based on hypercard might be
good) that can be used to record bibliographic and language material along the
lines of the MLA on CD-ROM, please tell me about it. I would like to do key
word searches, store summaries of contents and list via subject. The closest
thing I've seen is Procite, but that is so complicated, cumbersome, and inflex-
ible. It cannot be used for data on language characteristics, for example.
Help
Michael
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