LINGUIST List 7.8

Tue Jan 2 1996

Qs: Metacognition, Phonology & Syntax, Slavic, Altaic

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  1. BrownDebaol.com, Re: Q: Metacognition
  2. "<\"someone at somerville college\">" <musab.hayatlisomerville.oxford.ac.uk>, Phonology, and Syntax and thier applications.
  3. FRAFICICESIT1.UNIFI.IT, Re: 6.1766, Sum: Adjective Order
  4. Alexis Manaster Ramer, Question: 1987 Stanford Workshop

Message 1: Re: Q: Metacognition

Date: Thu, 28 Dec 1995 14:37:09 EST
From: BrownDebaol.com <BrownDebaol.com>
Subject: Re: Q: Metacognition
Can anyone point me in the right direction as far as a bibliography or
courses in Metacognition are concerned?

Thanks.

Deborah Brownstein
BrownDebaol.com
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Message 2: Phonology, and Syntax and thier applications.

Date: Mon, 01 Jan 1996 16:02:44 GMT
From: "<\"someone at somerville college\">" <musab.hayatlisomerville.oxford.ac.uk> <musab.hayatlisomerville.oxford.ac.uk>
Subject: Phonology, and Syntax and thier applications.

Dear Linguist,

A friend of mine who has done linguistics and is thinking of doing some 
research asked to put this question for him; he does not have access to 
internet.

He is concerned about what are the direct applications of researches done 
the fields of Phonology and syntax. In his words, what is the importance 
of studying these two fields. As you can see, his question is rather 
vague, and he could not put in another form.
thank you in advance for your help
kindly send your answer to
 
some0159sable.ox.ac.uk
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Message 3: Re: 6.1766, Sum: Adjective Order

Date: Wed, 27 Dec 1995 11:45:19 +0100
From: FRAFICICESIT1.UNIFI.IT <FRAFICICESIT1.UNIFI.IT>
Subject: Re: 6.1766, Sum: Adjective Order
Any information about Adjective Order in Slavic languages will be wellcome.
Thank you, Francesca Fici

Dipartimento di Linguistica
Universita' di Firenze (Italia)
piazza Brunelleschi 4
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Message 4: Question: 1987 Stanford Workshop

Date: Mon, 01 Jan 1996 11:23:21 EST
From: Alexis Manaster Ramer <amrCS.Wayne.EDU>
Subject: Question: 1987 Stanford Workshop
There was a workshop on comparative linguistics at Stanford in 1987
which featured a panel on the Altaic question, but two of the most
important contributions to it were not published and I can find
no concrete information about them either from the organizers of
the panel or from the author of one of them (the other one is dead),
so I am asking anybody who might have attended, to see if they can
find any notes, handouts, or any texts that might have been distributed
either for the Clark or the Austerlitz talks at that workshop. Any
material I might obtain will be used in preparing the final draft of
a paper to appear this year in Journal of Linguistics, entitled
"Telling general linguists about Altaic".
 
Alexis Manaster Ramer amrcs.wayne.edu
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