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Query:   PALM - a journal?
Author:  Simone Mueller
Submitter Email:  click here to access email
Linguistic LingField(s):   General Linguistics

Summary:   A big thank you to all the people who answered my question about
PALM and the article below that I sent to the linguistlist on Fri,
Oct. 27.

The article was:
Hays, P.R. "Discourse markers and L2 acquisition". PALM (7) 1992

For those who are interested in the answers I got:

PALM (not being produced any more) was
Papers in Applied Linguistics-Michigan.

The full reference is:
Papers in applied linguistics--Michigan : PALM. - [Ann Arbor,
Mich.] : English Language Institute, University of Michigan ; 1985-. -
v. : ill. Semiannual. ISSN 0895-7894

The corresponding address (if still relevant):
PALM
English Language Institute
2001, North University Building
The University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, MI 48109

One correspondent searched the www.alltheweb.com and found
several links and the authors email: hays@lit.sugiyama-u.ac.jp So
Paul R. Hays seems to be a professor at the Sugiyama Jogakuen
University (Japan) in the English Literature Department.

Thanks again!!!

Best regards,

Simone Mueller

LL Issue: 11.2417
Date Posted: 08-Nov-2000
Original Query: Read original query


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