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LINGUIST List 17.2117

Fri Jul 21 2006

FYI: Survey: Intercultural Communicative Behaviors

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        1.    Xianlong Fan, Survey: Intercultural Communicative Behaviors

Message 1: Survey: Intercultural Communicative Behaviors
Date: 21-Jul-2006
From: Xianlong Fan <pdx01820pdx.edu>
Subject: Survey: Intercultural Communicative Behaviors

To anyone who will contribute to this survey,

I am a visiting scholar from Central South University, China, in the Department
of Applied Linguistics at Portland State University.

I am conducting a research project concerning communicative behaviors. This
survey is part of the project. The outcome of this study will benefit people's
understanding in intercultural communication. It is done anonymously and your
contribution to this study would be highly appreciated. Answers to many
questions in this survey may be quite subjective. Please read each question and
respond with the first answer that comes to your mind. It may take you 20-30

If interested, please contact me at this email address to obtain the survey
questions: pdx01820pdx.edu. When finished, send back the completed copy.
Thank you very much for your kind help.

I would be especially grateful if you could forward the questionnaire to anyone
who you think may be interested and willing to participate in this survey.

Xianlong Fan

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
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