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Multilingual glossary of CA/interaction analysis

Date Submitted: 06-Oct-2009
From: Carmen Konzett
Subject: Multilingual glossary of CA/interaction analysis
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Notice: Dear list users,

As a Romance linguist working at a German-speaking university in the field
of interaction analysis (applied CA, sociostylistics) one is faced with
the difficulty of regularly having to publish in at least three languages
(in my case German, French and English). I am therefore looking for a
glossary (in the sense of 'a list of words with translations') of terms
related to interaction analysis including CA. My research so far has only
led me to the general linguistics French-English glossary
http://www.sil.org/linguistics/glossary_fe/. Does anyone know of a glossary
(online or published in a book) that combines the following languages:
English, German, French and/or other Romance languages, such as Italian or

Thank you in advance