LINGUIST List 5.976

Mon 12 Sep 1994

Qs: Chinese, Broca's aphasia, Transcription, Turkish

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  1. , Request for Info
  2. John Michael Dienhart, Query: Broca's aphasia
  3. Karsten Gramkow, Questions: Computer Transcription, DA Traditions
  4. , Number in Turkish

Message 1: Request for Info

Date: Fri, 9 Sep 94 19:30:04 CDT
From: <Woodsprosuunx.ucc.okstate.edu>
Subject: Request for Info
I'm a student doing his master's, who has been bitten by the cognitive
linguistics bug. I want to return to Britain to undertake PhD studies
in Chinese from a cognitive ling point of view. Does anyone know a
few schools in the UK which might be suitable? I would very much
appreciate any help anyone can give. Thanks.
Paul Woods
English Dept
Morrill Hall
Oklahoma State University
Stillwater OK74078
USA
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Message 2: Query: Broca's aphasia

Date: Sun, 11 Sep 94 13:41:21 +0200
From: John Michael Dienhart <jmdlanguage.ou.dk>
Subject: Query: Broca's aphasia
I have a linguistics student who is beginning to do research on Broca's
aphasia. He is interested in learning about recent publications in this
area and would be grateful for titles of relevant books and articles.
If anyone can help, please send suggestions to my e-mail address.
Thank you.
John Dienhart
Odense University, Denmark
jmdlanguage.ou.dk
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Message 3: Questions: Computer Transcription, DA Traditions

Date: Mon, 12 Sep 94 16:02:45 +0200
From: Karsten Gramkow <gramkowhum.auc.dk>
Subject: Questions: Computer Transcription, DA Traditions
Two questions/requests for help:
1.
 For some time, I have been looking for a user-friendly computer
programme to help me transcribe audio-taped conversation (to be used for CA
purposes). I am aware of the existence of at least one Mac programme, but
have only been able to come up with a single PC/DOS programme, called
HIAT-DOS v. 2.0 (German), which isn't exactly what you'd call user-friendly.
Does anyone know of GOOD transcription programmes for DOS, or better, for
Windows ???
2.
 In this department, we're often discussing the differences
between the Anglo-American and the French traditions for analysis of
interaction/discourse/conversation. Apparently, very little has been written
in English about the French theories and methods - and vice versa. We would
like to know, however, about the possible existence of written material with
COMPARISONS of the two schools. Can anyone help us ?
Karsten Gramkow
Aalborg University
Havrevangen 1
DK - 9000 Aalborg
Denmark
e-mail: gramkowhum.auc.dk
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Message 4: Number in Turkish

Date: Sun, 11 Sep 1994 20:55:28 -0700
From: <aeojedaucdavis.edu>
Subject: Number in Turkish
I would like to get in touch with people with a fair knowledge
of Turkish and who might be interested in the semantics of
number in Turkish. Please send reply to
Almerindo E. Ojeda
aeojedaucdavis.edu
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