LINGUIST List 7.105

Tue Jan 23 1996

Qs: Pragmatics List, Albanian, Hindi/Punjabi Phonology

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Directory

  1. Stefan Goes, Answering Machines; Pragmatics List
  2. Antoni Berishaj, Albanian
  3. K Bali, Hindi/Punjabi Phonology

Message 1: Answering Machines; Pragmatics List

Date: Tue, 23 Jan 1996 16:31:43 +0100
From: Stefan Goes <sgoesgwdg.de>
Subject: Answering Machines; Pragmatics List

Hi!

A friend of mine is currently working on a dissertation with the
title: "Speak after the beep! Problems arising out of communication
with telephone answering machines." The dissertation is
conversation-analytically oriented. Since he's just begun, he's
interested in literature on this subject as well as general
information, comments or suggestions.

I myself would like to know whether there's a special list for
Pragmatics / Conversational Analysis.

Thanks a lot! Stefan Goes.
Stefan Goes [go:s]
Seminar fuer Deutsche Philologie
der Universitaet Goettingen
Humboldtallee 13
D - 37073 Goettingen

fon: 0049 - 551 / 39-7543
fax: 0049 - 551 / 39-7511
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Message 2: Albanian

Date: Wed, 24 Jan 1996 02:00:37 +0100
From: Antoni Berishaj <Antoni.BStudBox.Uni-Stuttgart.DE>
Subject: Albanian


Does anybody out there have any Albanian e-texts (Dictionaries, Thesaurus,...)
Any help would be appreciated, since I have only a self-made file with about
21.000 words from the daily KIC-news (Kosova Information Centre).

Thank you


Antoni Berishaj http://wwwcip.rus.uni-stuttgart.de/~ger10999/Antoni.html
 (++49) 711 687 111 5
 If at first you don't succeed, destroy all evidence that you tried
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Message 3: Hindi/Punjabi Phonology

Date: Tue, 23 Jan 1996 17:15:22 GMT
From: K Bali <kb107mailer.york.ac.uk>
Subject: Hindi/Punjabi Phonology

I am doing my D.Phil research work on Hindi/Punjabi Phonology. Can
anyone help me with any literature on this and/or related areas ?

bye, Kalika
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