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Query Subject:   language and identity in Singapore
Author:   mari rhydwen
Submitter Email:  click here to access email

Linguistic LingField(s):  Sociolinguistics

Query:   On behalf of one of my students I'd be grateful for any information
about work relating to language and identity in Singapore.

Mari Rhydwen, Humanities, Murdoch University, Perth, WA 6150,
Australia

Telephone: 09 360 2217 Fax: 09 360 6367







Wed, 19 Mar 1997 01:23:56 -0500 (EST)
Aagentry
Aagentry@aol.com
non-denom. church ''register''




I posted a request for information on church ''register'' on 3/13 and it
was brought to my attention by Mr. Joseph Frost that it might help to
clarify what denomination of church I'm using as a reference. I am
looking for non-denominational church ''register'' information,
specifically ''modern'' christian-based churches, but not orthodox or
catholic churches.

Thanks,
April Gentry
e-mail: AAGentry@aol.com

Original query:
I am studying what I call *Christian Language*. It's really a
register that people speak in a church, or on a Sunday morning sermon
on the t.v. It's bleeding with metaphors and interpretations of the
Bible. I haven't been able to find any references to this register.
Any and all input will be greatly appreciated. Please e-mail me.






Mon, 24 Mar 97 20:40:44 EDT
jeffriesv
jeffriesv@alpha.montclair.edu
Q's: Burma(Myanmar) language policy/planning




I am currently doing a research project on language policy/planning in
a graduate course I am taking presently. The information I am seeking
is on any sources about language policy/planning in Burma(Mynamr) that
has taken place in the 1990's.

Thank you,
Virginia Jeffries
LL Issue: 8.441
Date posted: 30-Mar-1997



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