LINGUIST List 11.1272

Tue Jun 6 2000

Qs: Ling Iconicity Sources, Spoken Japanese Corpus

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  1. Margaret Magnus, Linguistic iconicity bibliography
  2. Takeshi ISHIHARA, Spoken Japanese corpus

Message 1: Linguistic iconicity bibliography

Date: Tue, 06 Jun 2000 14:41:40 -0400
From: Margaret Magnus <mmagnusconknet.com>
Subject: Linguistic iconicity bibliography

I am trying to develop as exhaustive a bibliography as I can on
linguistic iconicity and related topics - sound symbolism, synaesthesia,
African ideophones, iconicity in poetics, onomatopoetic dictionaries and
so forth. I'd be grateful for full bibliographical references to any
relevant works which do not appear at the following site:

http://www.conknet.com/~mmagnus/bibliography.html

Margaret Magnus
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Message 2: Spoken Japanese corpus

Date: Tue, 6 Jun 2000 21:02:18 +0100
From: Takeshi ISHIHARA <takeshiling.ed.ac.uk>
Subject: Spoken Japanese corpus

Dear linguists, 

I am looking for a marked-up spoken Japanese corpus
which is available to the public in some way. 
I would be grateful if you could let me know any information on it. 

Thanks 

Takeshi Ishihara


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Takeshi Ishihara
MSc in Speech and Language Processing
Department of Theoretical and Applied Linguistics
University of Edinburgh, Adam Ferguson Building
Edinburgh EH8 9LL, Scotland, UK
email: takeshiling.ed.ac.uk
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