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Query:   Language and communication awareness
Author:  Andrea Faulstich
Submitter Email:  click here to access email
Linguistic LingField(s):   General Linguistics

Summary:   Dear linguists,

Two months ago I submitted a query concerning research on language and
communication awareness of adults actively engaged in business and
administration (LINGUIST 9.1679). I would like to thank Dennis
R. Preston (preston@pilot.msu.edu), Carla Luijks (cl@isdnet.co.za) and
Stacy Krainz (krainz@acsu.buffalo.edu) for their help, especially for
the references to an unpublished study and to a book that will shortly
appear:

- Nancy Niedzielky/Dennis R. Preston: Folk linguistics, Berlin: Mouton de
Gruyter.

- Stacy Krainz: A sociolinguistic investigation of the cognitive
organization of language awareness: Male vs. female perspectives,
State University of New York, Buffalo, May 1996.

As the number of responses was moderate, I suppose that studies on
language and communication awareness in the work place are not very
numerous or even not existing at all. I would still appreciate any
further information about research in this area. Thanks again.

Sincerely

Andrea Faulstich
Angewandte Sprachwissenschaft
TU Chemnitz
D-09107 Chemnitz
andrea.faulstich@t-online.de

LL Issue: 10.94
Date Posted: 21-Jan-1999
Original Query: Read original query


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