LINGUIST List 6.329

Sat 04 Mar 1995

Qs: Subcategorization, Child language, High German

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  1. E. Wayles Browne, Dictionaries of subcategorization frames
  2. Ulla Anneli Richardson, Child language
  3. MFLUGAH, High German in Southern Germany

Message 1: Dictionaries of subcategorization frames

Date: Wed, 1 Mar 1995 21:10:29 -Dictionaries of subcategorization frames
From: E. Wayles Browne <ewb2cornell.edu>
Subject: Dictionaries of subcategorization frames

For a colleague who is not on the list: What dictionaries (on-line or
printed) are available of subcategorization frames of verbs? E.g.
obligatory or optional complements or adjuncts, semantic requirements of
particular
predicates. We are interested in English and/or in Slavic languages.
Please write to my address: ewb2cornell.edu

Wayles Browne, Assoc. Prof. of Linguistics
Dept. of Modern Languages and Linguistics, Morrill Hall
Cornell University
Ithaca, New York 14853, U.S.A.
tel. 607-255-0712 (o), 607-273-3009 (h)
e-mail ewb2cornell.edu (1989 to 1993 was: jn5jcornella.bitnet //
jn5jcornella.cit.cornell.edu)
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Message 2: Child language

Date: Thu, 2 Mar 1995 09:21:23 +Child language
From: Ulla Anneli Richardson <ulanritukki.jyu.fi>
Subject: Child language

I'm a researcher of child language from Finland currently involved in
a longitudinal research project. I wonder if anyone could give me advice
on the latest research which deals with the phonological/morphological
"word" structure of 2 year old children. I'm also interested if anyone
has experience in imitation tasks with 18 month old children?
I'd be grateful for any advice
Ulla Richardson
University of Jyvaskyla
Finland
e-mail: ulanrijyu.fi
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Message 3: High German in Southern Germany

Date: Thu, 2 Mar 1995 15:55:12 GHigh German in Southern Germany
From: MFLUGAH <MFLUGAHfs1.art.man.ac.uk>
Subject: High German in Southern Germany

I have just started a PhD on "The use of High German and attitudes
towards High German in a South German region". At the moment I am
putting together a questionaire but I also want to involve other
techniques of data collection. I would like to get some more ideas on
various methods of data collection. I would also like to hear about
experiences with the matched guise technique. If there is any "very"
recent literature on language attitude studies especially in
Dialect-Standard language settings, please pass that on to me, too.

Thank you

Anne Hof
Department of German
University of Manchester
Manchester M13 9PL
ENGLAND
e-mail: MFLUGAHfs1. art.man.ac.uk
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