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Query:   SUM Posting 15.1932
Author:  Barbara Avila-Shah
Submitter Email:  click here to access email
Linguistic LingField(s):   Sociolinguistics

Summary:   ON JUNE 25, I SENT A QUERY REQUESTING ASSISTANCE FOR A COLLEAGUE LOOKING FOR AN ARTICLE ON JAPANESE WAR BRIDES FROM THE 70'S OR 80'S. I RECEIVED THE FOLLOWING LEADS:

ERVIN, S. M. (1964). AN ANALYSIS OF THE INTERACTION OF LANGUAGE, TOPIC, AND LISTENER. IN J.J. GUMPERZ AND D. HYMES (ED.), THE ETHNOGRAPHY OF COMMUNICATION, PP. 86-102. AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGIST 66:6 PART 2.

IT ALSO APPEARED IN FISHMAN (1968), WHICH WAS REPRINTED 1972.
ERVIN-TRIPP, S. (1968): AN ANALYSIS OF THE INTERACTION OF LANGUAGE, TOPIC AND LISTENER. IN J. FISHMAN (ED). READINGS IN THE SOCIOLOGY OF LANGUAGE. THE HAGUE: MOOUTON, 192-211.

ERVIN-TRIPP, S. (1967, REPRINTED IN 1973). AN ISSEI LEARNS ENGLISH. IN A. DIL (ED.), LANGUAGE ACQUISITION AND COMMUNICATIVE CHOICE. ESSAYS BY SUSAN M. ERVIN-TRIPP, PP. 62-77. STANFORD: STANFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS.

ERVIN, S M. 1964. LANGUAGE AND TAT CONTENT IN BILINGUALS. J OF ABNORMAL AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY 88:500-507.

JANET SHIBAMOTO' JAPANESE WOMEN'S LANGUAGE., 1985 ACADEMIC PRESS.

I WOULD LIKE TO THANK THE FOLLOWING COLLEAGUES FOR THEIR RESPONSES:

SUSAN FISCHER
JOSEPH F. FOSTER
ANTHEA FRASER GUPTA
CHAD D. NILEP

SINCERELY,
B. AVILA-SHAH

LL Issue: 15.2028
Date Posted: 07-Jul-2004
Original Query: Read original query