LINGUIST List 6.1717

Thu Dec 7 1995

Qs: Body lg, Lg and ideology, Internet lg learning

Editor for this issue: Ann Dizdar <dizdartam2000.tamu.edu>


Directory

  1. Ender Atesman, Body Language
  2. Alexei Iourtchak, language and ideology
  3. , internet and the teaching/learning of English

Message 1: Body Language

Date: Wed, 06 Dec 1995 17:54:50 +0300
From: Ender Atesman <atesmaneti.cc.hun.edu.tr>
Subject: Body Language
Dear all,
I am looking for bibliographical information on body language.
Does anyone help me?
Thanking you in advance,
Ender Atesman
Hacettepe University
Dept. of German Language and Literature
Ankara, Turkey
atesmaneti.cc.hun.edu.tr
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Message 2: language and ideology

Date: Wed, 06 Dec 1995 10:38:16 EST
From: Alexei Iourtchak <alexeiacpub.duke.edu>
Subject: language and ideology
I have a question to the linguist list subscribers: I am writing my
doctoral dissertation in anthropology on Ideology and Consciousness of
the late Soviet period. There will be a chapter on Ideological
Discourse, which has been studied a lot. However, I would like to look
at some aspects of grammar/semantics of that discourse too,
particularly at the Soviet case. Does anyone have references / ideas
about the issues of grammar, semantics, cognition in ideological
language? What has been done in this area? Thanks for your help.
Alexei Iourtchak
Cultural Anthropology, Duke
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Message 3: internet and the teaching/learning of English

Date: Wed, 06 Dec 1995 17:01:05 GMT
From: <NEGRETTIchiostro.univr.it>
Subject: internet and the teaching/learning of English
I am doing a research for the University of Verona, Italy, about the
utilization of Internet resources for the teaching/learning of English
(or other languages) as a Second/foreign language. I will be grateful
to anyone who will give me informations about bibligraphy,
publications, concourses or current projects about the topic, or about
CALL on a more general level. I will run an experiment in the
Linguistic Centre of the University to test the usage of the Internet
in academic self or guided access learning, and the research will also
include a sort of "guide" with the indication of the best URLs on the
Web and their description .If someone is working or has some info on
the topic I will be glad to receive them. This is my first message to
the List, I catch the occasion to greet you all and to thank you all
for your future collaboration. Thank you very much!
Raffaella Negretti E-mail: Negrettichiostro.univr.it
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