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Query:   Corpus of Spoken American English
Author:  Susanne Strubel
Submitter Email:  click here to access email
Linguistic LingField(s):   Text/Corpus Linguistics

Summary:   DEAR ALL,

I WOULD LIKE TO THANK THE FOLLOWING RESEARCHERS VERY MUCH FOR REPLYING TO
MY QUERY REGARDING THE SANTA BARBARA CORPUS OF SPOKEN AMERICAN ENGLISH
POSTED ON THE LINGUISTLIST:

PROF. MIRA ARIEL
PROF. WALLACE CHAFE
PROF. JOHN W. DU BOIS
DR. ROBERT ENGLEBRETSON
HEIKE PICHLER
DR.BENEDIKT SZMRECSANYI

THE RESULTING LIST IS RATHER LONG, WHICH IS WHY I WILL NOT COPY IT IN THIS
EMAIL. HOWEVER, THE FULL LIST OF REFERENCES IS AVAILABLE ONLINE ON
HTTP://WWW.LINGUISTICS.UNI-BONN.DE/EMPIRICAL-PRAGMATICS/SANTA_BARBARA_CORPUS.HTML.


THANK YOU AGAIN!

REGARDS,

SUSANNE

LL Issue: 18.2231
Date Posted: 24-Jul-2007
Original Query: Read original query