LINGUIST List 5.1260

Wed 09 Nov 1994

Qs: Thai suprasegmentals, Scan. syntax, GB testing, Forensic

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  1. Pongsak Rattanawong, Qs:Suprasegmentals
  2. Marlene Bannies, Scandinavian syntax
  3. "Tobias Schoofs", GB testing systems
  4. "JASON P MILLER", FORENSICS

Message 1: Qs:Suprasegmentals

Date: Tue, 8 Nov 1994 15:06:17 +Qs:Suprasegmentals
From: Pongsak Rattanawong <g36prtchulkn.chula.ac.th>
Subject: Qs:Suprasegmentals


I am interested in "voice quality" in Thai Language. I would like to know
if any kind of research work concerning voice quality or suprasegmentals
of any languages have been done under a generative or post-generative
framework.

If anyone could help me with references where I can find this information
I'll appreciate it. You can send your response directly to me.

Amon Thavisak
e-mail: g36prtchulkn.chula.ac.th
Ph.D. candidate
Chulalongkorn University, Thailand.
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Message 2: Scandinavian syntax

Date: Tue, 8 Nov 94 02:27:41 PSTScandinavian syntax
From: Marlene Bannies <banniesbend.UCSD.EDU>
Subject: Scandinavian syntax


Hi,

I'm looking for references on verb particle (phrasal verb) constructions in
Norwegian, Swedish, Danish, including any acquisition (child or
second language)data which may be available. Any information would be
greatly appreciated.

Please reply to me directly at:

 banniesbend.ucsd.edu

If anyone is interested, I will post a list of the references I find.

Thanks,
Marlene Bannies
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Message 3: GB testing systems

Date: Tue, 8 Nov 1994 16:44:22 +GB testing systems
From: "Tobias Schoofs" <Schoofsspinfo.uni-koeln.de>
Subject: GB testing systems

We're constructing a system for testing linguistic hypothesis formulated in
the Government and Binding framework. We don't think that we're the first
to do so but it's very difficult to find literature about testing systems
for GB. There's plenty of literature about parsing in GB but that's not our
subject. Who knows anyone who's working in those problems, or who knows
where we can find literature in GB testing systems?

Thank you for your cooperation.

 Tobias Schoofs
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Message 4: FORENSICS

Date: Tue, 8 Nov 1994 13:37:29 EFORENSICS
From: "JASON P MILLER" <MILLERJPhcl.chass.ncsu.edu>
Subject: FORENSICS

To Linguist Readers:
I'm a first-year graduate student in linguistics and am trying to get a
handle on what's out there for me to explore in the wide world of
linguistics. My current interest is in forensic linguistics and so I
was wondering if anyone is familiar with it. If so, can they send me
some basic info on it, please? But again, if there are new areas
which linguists are beginning to examine, new frontiers etc..., I'm
eager to hear about these as well.
Thanks for indulging my greenness...JM.
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