19.2254, FYI: Hispanic Blog on Discourse Studies

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Subject: 19.2254, FYI: Hispanic Blog on Discourse Studies

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Date: 11-Jul-2008
From: Federico Navarro < federicodanielnavarro at yahoo.com.ar >
Subject: Hispanic Blog on Discourse Studies


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Date: Tue, 15 Jul 2008 13:18:41
From: Federico Navarro [federicodanielnavarro at yahoo.com.ar]
Subject: Hispanic Blog on Discourse Studies
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''Discourse - News on the study of language use'' is a daily updated,
Spanish written blog with news and links related to discourse studies
(discourse analysis, pragmatics, sociolinguistics, applied linguistics,
corpus linguistics, etc.). 

It offers several links that might be useful for discourse analysts
(resources, databases, bibliography, corpora, dictionaries and
encyclopaedias, journals, associations, researchers and research groups,
mailing lists and scholarships). It gets 1,000 visits per week.

The blog is especially aimed at Latin-American and Spanish researchers, but
also at scholars interested in Spanish linguistics. It is maintained by
Federico Navarro, assistant professor of General Linguistics at the
University of Buenos Aires (Argentina).

Visit the blog on http://www.discurso.wordpress.com 

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
                     Discourse Analysis
                     Text/Corpus Linguistics


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