LINGUIST List 12.1426

Thu May 24 2001

Qs: Phonotactics, Conversation Analysis/Lynd Inst

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  1. Gina, Multilingual Phonotactics
  2. Brigit Johansson, Ethnomethodological approaches to conversation analysis; The Lynd Institute

Message 1: Multilingual Phonotactics

Date: Wed, 23 May 2001 17:59:48 +0100
From: Gina <gina.joueucd.ie>
Subject: Multilingual Phonotactics

Hi,

We are attempting, with difficulty, to locate the complete phonotactics for
different languages. Can anyone point out any resources for this or have
handy the phonotactics for your native language?

Many thanks,
Gina
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Message 2: Ethnomethodological approaches to conversation analysis; The Lynd Institute

Date: Thu, 24 May 2001 15:42:00 +0200
From: Brigit Johansson <brigit_johanssonhotmail.com>
Subject: Ethnomethodological approaches to conversation analysis; The Lynd Institute

Hello,

On the web pages of the Lynd Institute (www.lynd.org) I found a reference to 
a research project on ethnomethodological approaches to conversation 
analysis. I have not been able to find out anything further about this 
project. Has anyone else heard of it, or even worked on the project?

Thank you.

Brigit Johansson

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