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Query:   References on
Author:  jannis androutsopoulos
Submitter Email:  click here to access email
Linguistic LingField(s):   Sociolinguistics

Summary:   FOR QUERY: LINGUIST 11.153

DEAR LINGUISTS,

ON JANUARY 24 I POSTED A QUERY (LINGUIST VOL-11-153) ASKING FOR
REFERENCES ON YOUTH LANGUAGE. MY SINCERE THANKS GO TO THE
FOLLOWING SIX PEOPLE WHO REPLIED (IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER):

:: AMALIA ARVANITI, UNIV. OF CYPRUS, E-MAIL:
:: DESIREE BARON, UNIV. OF MICHIGAN, E-MAIL:

:: ZSUZSANNA FAGYAL-LE MENTEC, UNIV. OF ILLINOIS AT
URBANA-CHAMPAIGN, E-MAIL:
:: PAUL KERSWILL, UNIV. OF READING, EMAIL:

:: CARL MILLS, EMAIL:
:: SHINSUKE WATANABE, WESTERN MICHIGAN UNIV., E-MAIL:


THE INFORMATION I RECEIVED IS LISTED BELOW ACCORDING TO LANGUAGE,
IN THE FOLLOWING ORDER: AAV ENGLISH, UK ENGLISH, AUSTRIAN GERMAN,
FRENCH, GREEK, AND JAPANESE. I ALSO GIVE A COUPLE OF ON-LINE
REFERENCES AT THE END OF THE SUMMARY.


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AUSTRIAN GERMAN
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DESIREE BARON (MICHIGAN) REFERRED TO HER RECENTLY COMPLETED PH.D.
THESIS:

LL Issue: 11.302
Date Posted: 13-Feb-2000
Original Query: Read original query