LINGUIST List 5.148

Tue 08 Feb 1994

Qs: SLA, Japanese Nominals, Idioms, Matched Guise

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  1. Thomas Nixon, Second Language Acquisition & Intercultural Communication
  2. , Query: Japanese Nominal Phrases
  3. Chet Creider, Query: making an idiom database
  4. , writing, gender, matched guise

Message 1: Second Language Acquisition & Intercultural Communication

Date: Sun, 6 Feb 1994 21:55:12 -Second Language Acquisition & Intercultural Communication
From: Thomas Nixon <thomas_nixoncsufresno.edu>
Subject: Second Language Acquisition & Intercultural Communication

I am seeking references for a project that I am working on.
Specifically I am looking for citations on Intercultural Communication
and Second Language Acquisition, particularly as it pertains to the
classroom setting. I am hoping to find additional journal articles,
although references to books will be happily accepted.


Thomas Nixon
American English Institute
CSU Fresno 93740
thomas_nixoncsufresno.edu
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Message 2: Query: Japanese Nominal Phrases

Date: Mon, 7 Feb 1994 11:19:45 +Query: Japanese Nominal Phrases
From: <siegellili.uni-bielefeld.de>
Subject: Query: Japanese Nominal Phrases

While reading about Japanese syntax I found that some researchers classify
Japanese nominal phrase plus particle as a marked NP and some as a PP. Of
course, the difference is, wether one assumes the nominal part or the
particle as the head. Does anyone know about the arguments in this
discussion? Are there any papers on the topic, which category must be
assumed as the head?

Please answer to: Melanie Siegel, e-mail: siegellili.uni-bielefeld.de


Melanie Siegel
Universitaet Bielefeld
Fak.f.Linguistik und Literaturwiss.
Postfach 100131
33501 Bielefeld
e-mail: siegellili7.uni-bielefeld.de
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Message 3: Query: making an idiom database

Date: Mon, 7 Feb 94 07:40:47 ESTQuery: making an idiom database
From: Chet Creider <creidercogsci.uwo.ca>
Subject: Query: making an idiom database

A friend is making an idiom database and would like advice as to structure,
references to existing idiom databases, etc. The language is not English,
but references to work on English are welcome.

Any software recommendations would also be appreciated. A Mac is being
used, and one colleague has recommened Fourth Dimension, but has not
himself used this.

Thanks,

Chet Creider
<creidercogsci.uwo.ca>
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Message 4: writing, gender, matched guise

Date: Mon, 7 Feb 94 15:57 CST
From: <ROBERTSbiost.biostat.wisc.edu>
Subject: writing, gender, matched guise

does anyone have citations at their fingertips of research which has
used a matched guise technique in writing studies? i am interested
in anything that may have presented writing samples under different
gender guises to ascertain whether there is any bias based simply
on perceived identity of the writer. thanks in advance for any help.
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