LINGUIST List 8.1366

Thu Sep 25 1997

Qs: Reflexives, Texts, Pragmatics

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  1. elisa vazquez iglesias, Reflexives in the dialects of English
  2. BARBARA HERRARTE (7397), Introductory Texts
  3. Chen Hongbiao, Looking for Literature on Pragmatic Ambivalence

Message 1: Reflexives in the dialects of English

Date: Tue, 23 Sep 1997 11:41:04 +0200 (MET DST)
From: elisa vazquez iglesias <iaeviusc.es>
Subject: Reflexives in the dialects of English


Dear linguists,

Some months ago, I posted a query regarding long-distance reflexives in 
English. One of the very few people who answered suggested that judgments 
vary depending on the dialect used. Could you please comment on this or 
direct me to any relevant readings on the dialectal differences in the use 
of the reflexive pronoun?

Thanks in advance.

Best regards,

		Elisa Vazquez Iglesias
		Universidad de Santiago, Spain
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Message 2: Introductory Texts

Date: Wed, 24 Sep 1997 12:36:51 CST
From: BARBARA HERRARTE (7397) <SNHERRARTEAugustana.edu>
Subject: Introductory Texts

I need suggestions for introductory level texts that present basic 
linguistic analyses (phonology and syntax) of the following languages:
 French 
 German 
 Japanese
 Mandarin
 Spanish
 Swedish
Please reply to me directly. Thank you.
Barbara Herrarte
snherrarteaugustana.edu
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Message 3: Looking for Literature on Pragmatic Ambivalence

Date: Wed, 24 Sep 1997 22:08:08 +0800
From: Chen Hongbiao <hbchengdufs.edu.cn>
Subject: Looking for Literature on Pragmatic Ambivalence

Dear Linguists:
I am a Ph.D student at Guangdong University of Foreign Studies. I am now
doing Ph.D dissertation proposal on understanding of pragmatic
ambivalence(ambiguity). I am anxiously looking for documents, articles or
any other research papers that study process of understanding pragmatic
ambivalence from cognitive and social cognitive perspective.Such resoureces
are very important for me.I promise to post a summary to the linguist list.
Many thanks in advance!
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