LINGUIST List 2.472

Sat 07 Sep 1991

Qs: Discourse, software, chat, novels

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  1. , Re: Queries
  2. H.Samual Wang (035, Query
  3. "STEVE SEEGMILLER", Query
  4. , what to do next!
  5. Scott Horne, "Cyrillic languages"?
  6. , Software
  7. , Re: Linguistic Novels, Films/467
  8. , Discourse Analysis

Message 1: Re: Queries

Date: Wed, 04 Sep 91 14:47:53 BST
From: <WHEATLJSibm3090.computer-centre.birmingham.ac.uk>
Subject: Re: Queries
In Discourse analysis Birmingham UK style - when is a response an R
move or an F move.
eg
I (el) Can we move on to the next point
R/F yes of course
Is the granting of permissin here a sort of feedback/ follow up
or is it response move. This ought to be basic but the categories
are not clear cut I find.
Is ayone else out there usng Disc Analysis - or
any more rigorous system than conversation analysis
Looking forward to a response!
john
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Message 2: Query

Date: Wed, 4 Sep 1991 09:55:05 +0800
From: H.Samual Wang (035 <onghiok%LIB.nthu.edu.twCUNYVM.CUNY.EDU>
Subject: Query
Does anyone know Michael Dobrovolsky's e-mail address?
Sam Wang onghiokling.nthu.edu.tw
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Message 3: Query

Date: 3 Sep 91 23:43:00 EST
From: "STEVE SEEGMILLER" <seegmiller%apollo.montclair.eduRICEVM1.RICE.EDU>
Subject: Query
Does anyone out there have a current e-mail address for Cathy Ball, newly
of Georgetown U.? I have only her old address.
Thanks.
Steve Seegmiller <seegmillerapollo.montclair.edu>
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Message 4: what to do next!

Date: Wed, 04 Sep 91 14:43:30 BST
From: <WHEATLJSibm3090.computer-centre.birmingham.ac.uk>
Subject: what to do next!
I'm looking for linguisitc chat
for contacts interested in discourse analysis -
especially of professional small group talk
Thanks.
John
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Message 5: "Cyrillic languages"?

Date: Tue, 3 Sep 91 23:06:21 EDT
From: Scott Horne <horne-scott%CS.YALE.EDURICEVM1.RICE.EDU>
Subject: "Cyrillic languages"?
> and several other Semitic and Cyrillic languages.
What, pray, are "Cyrillic languages"?
					--Scott
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Message 6: Software

Date: 4 Sep 91 11:21 EST
From: <pchapinnsf.gov>
Subject: Software
A question for David Denison:
Please define "curate's-eggy" for your American readers.
Thanks,
 Paul Chapin
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Message 7: Re: Linguistic Novels, Films/467

Date: Wed, 4 Sep 91 20:46:12 PDT
From: <ctlnttviolet.berkeley.edu>
Subject: Re: Linguistic Novels, Films/467
Actually, what follows is a by-product of the abundant
literature generated by queries on Linguistic novels, etc.
Throughout the replies and commentaries there is a recurring
way of referring to authors or characters as "X is a linguist"
or "X is not really a linguist". I wonder if anyone would care
to share their thoughts about what, in this day and age,
constitutes "a linguist", and how one can tell a linguist form
a non-linguist. (I meant "from" not "form").
Milton Azevedo
ctlnttviolet.berkeley.edu
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Message 8: Discourse Analysis

Date: Thu, 05 Sep 91 12:06:20 BST
From: <WHEATLJSibm3090.computer-centre.birmingham.ac.uk>
Subject: Discourse Analysis
Is anyone out there into D.A
especially of professional group talk?
Do you have coding problems?
Or like me problems in general
I'd like tohear from yo
john wheatley
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