LINGUIST List 11.759

Mon Apr 3 2000

Qs: J B Pride Reference, Religious Lang Survey

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  1. Kristy Beers, J. B. Pride/reference question
  2. divine_survey, Religious language survey

Message 1: J. B. Pride/reference question

Date: Mon, 3 Apr 2000 09:47:32 -0400
From: Kristy Beers <superkbfmindspring.com>
Subject: J. B. Pride/reference question

I have a book chapter which I'd like to refer to in my dissertation, but I
don't know where it came from.
Does anyone know which book includes a chapter called "A Transactional View
of Speech Functions
and Codeswitching" by J. B Pride? Because Pride's name is on the first page
of this article/chapter,
I am almost certain that this is NOT a book authored by Pride, but rather an
edited book with
chapters from various people.

If you know where the chapter/article comes from, or even think you know,
please let me know!
Kristy Beers
University of Florida
superkbfmindspring.com
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Message 2: Religious language survey

Date: Mon, 3 Apr 2000 12:55:41 -0400
From: divine_survey <divine_surveyjuno.com>
Subject: Religious language survey

I am conducting a language survey to gather data on what names people use
when they name the divine. (The survey is part of a project for a class
at George Mason University in Fairfax, VA, USA.) The survey is at
http://www.flashport.net/divine. Your participation in the survey and
further dissemination of the web address would be appreciated.

Marjorie Roberson
Student, George Mason University
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