LINGUIST List 6.164

Mon 06 Feb 1995

Qs: Text, Spontaneous speech, Didactics, Speaking in tongues

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  1. Karl Krahnke, Discourse textbook
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  3. Lars Anders Kulbrandstad, 0100
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Message 1: Discourse textbook

Date: Sun, 5 Feb 1995 02:02:40 -Discourse textbook
From: Karl Krahnke <krahnkeholly.ColoState.EDU>
Subject: Discourse textbook

I will be teaching an introductory discourse analysis course soon and
have not seen an appropriate textbook other than Brown and Yule's 1983
_Discourse Analysis_. Am I missing something? Surely there should be
something newer out? Send suggestions e-mail to:

Karl Krahnke
krahnkelamar.colostate.edu

Thanks for any help you can give.
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Message 2: 'spontaneous' speech - corrected

Date: Fri, 3 Feb 1995 23:48:49 -'spontaneous' speech - corrected
From: <Jc0zsuzsaaol.com>
Subject: 'spontaneous' speech - corrected

Dear colleagues,

I'm conducting a poll about definitions of 'spontaneous speech' in
Linguistics.
This term is now currently used in Phonetics, and it has been applied to
Sociolinguistics (Labov: Sociolinguistic Patterns, 1972) and
Psycholinguistics (Goldman-Eisler: Psycholinguistics: Experiments in
Spontaneous Speech, 1968)
I would be grateful to anyone who can answer the following questions, and
make comments related to the matter:

1. What does 'spontaneous speech' mean for you? Please give a short
definition.
2. Do you use this term in your research or academic work? Why?
3. Any comments?

Your help would be a valuable contribution to my Ph.D.
Please reply directly to my address:
jc0zsuzsaaol.com

If any interest, I'll post a summary about the results of the poll.

Thanks:
Susan
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Message 3: 0100

Date: Mon, 6 Feb 1995 11:57:48 +0100
From: Lars Anders Kulbrandstad <LarsAnders.Kulbrandstadhamarlh.no>
Subject: 0100
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 I wonder whether there is a list or a newsgroup on the net dealing with the
 didactics of linguistics ("knowledge about language") for primary and
 secondary school. If not I would very much like to get in touch with people
 who take an interest in these matters.

 Lars Anders Kulbrandstad
 Hedmark College, Norway
 lakhamarlh.no
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Message 4: speaking in tongues

Date: Mon, 6 Feb 95 16:15:56 +01speaking in tongues
From: <jussisics.se>
Subject: speaking in tongues

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Dear all,

 has anyone studied or systematically recorded what people actually
produce when they "speak in tongues" -- at revival meetings and such
occasions? A friend of mine noted that the sounds produced tend to sound
remarkably alike each other.

J

Jussi Karlgren, fil. lic. Jussi.Karlgrensics.se
Sw Inst of Comp Sc (SICS) Spr}kteknologi / Natural Language Processing
Box 1263, 164 28 Kista ph +46 8 752 15 00, fax +46 8 751 72 30
Stockholm, Sweden http://sics.se/~jussi/jussi-karlgren.html
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