LINGUIST List 8.1494

Fri Oct 17 1997

Qs: Research funding, Ling analysis of homepages

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  1. murray33, Funding for dissertation research
  2. Joerg Neumeyer, Homepages of British and American Universities- a linguistic analysis

Message 1: Funding for dissertation research

Date: Wed, 15 Oct 1997 17:19:39 -0400 (EDT)
From: murray33 <murray33JHUVMS.HCF.JHU.EDU>
Subject: Funding for dissertation research

	THIS IS MY FIRST ATTEMPT TO CONNECT WITH THIS GROUP. AT THE 
SUGGESTION OF MY ADVISOR, I AM LOOKING FOR SOURCES OF FUNDING FOR 
PRE-DISSERTATION (OR COMBINED WITH DISSERTATION) RESEARCH THAT HAVE 
A FOCUS IN LINGUISTIC TRAINING. SPECIFICALLY, I HOPE TO CONTINUE MY 
ANTHROPOLOGICAL RESEARCH IN GUATEMALA BY TRAINING IN QUICHE OR MAM PRIOR 
TO OR AS A PART OF MY DISSERTATION RESEARCH. DO THERE EXIST SOURCES OF 
FUNDING THAT WOULD ALLOW ME TO STUDY ONE OF THESE LANGUAGES IN 
GUATEMALA (EITHER AS PRE-DISS.STUDY OR AS PART OF DISSERTATION RESEARCH)?

			THANKS FOR RESPONDING,

				MURRAY MILLER
				PHD CANDIDATE
				JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY
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Message 2: Homepages of British and American Universities- a linguistic analysis

Date: Thu, 16 Oct 1997 16:35:49 +0200 (CET)
From: Joerg Neumeyer <Joerg.Neumeyeranglistik.uni-giessen.de>
Subject: Homepages of British and American Universities- a linguistic analysis

I am a student of English and I am just about writing my final
thesis. The subject is "Homepages of British and American
Universities- a linguistic analysis". I consider this to be an
interesting topic but found out that there is hardly any literature
about it. Searching the WWW brought some material but not enough.
Does anybody have experience with analysis of Homepages and can give
me some advice? Please answer to my Email account
	joerg.neumeyeranglistik.uni-giessen.de

Thanks for your help in advance.

Greetings from Hessen/Germany

		Joerg

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