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Communication Accommodation Theory

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Query:   Na'vi Research Study Results
Author:  Christine Schreyer
Submitter Email:  click here to access email
Linguistic LingField(s):   Applied Linguistics
Anthropological Linguistics

Summary:   KALTXÌ

IN JUNE, I POSTED A LINK TO THE SURVEY I WAS CONDUCTING WITH NA'VI SPEAKERS
IN THE QUERY SECTION OF THIS LIST-SERV. I HAVE NOW COMPLETED THE ANALYSIS
OF THE FIRST TEN QUESTIONS IN THENA'VI RESEARCH STUDY. THE REPORT IS NOW
AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD. ANALYSIS OF QUESTIONS 11-20 WILL BE HAPPENING OVER
THE NEXT FEW MONTHS AS WELL.

YOU CAN ACCESS THE REPORT ON MY WEBSITE:
HTTP://WWW.CHRISTINESCHREYER.CA/RESEARCH.HTML
THE FILE IS CALLED ''REPORT ON NA'VI RESEARCH © CHRISTINE SCHREYER (OCTOBER
2011)'' AND IT IS BELOW A DESCRIPTION OF THE RESEARCH ITSELF. I WILL BE
PRESENTING SOME OF THESE RESULTS AT THE AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGY ASSOCIATION'S
ANNUAL CONFERENCE IN MONTREAL, QC, CANADA ON WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16TH, 2011
AT 8:45PM.

THANK YOU,

CHRISTINE

LL Issue: 22.4038
Date Posted: 15-Oct-2011