ERIC Number: ED354736
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1992-Sep
Reference Count: N/A
Hommage a Rene Jeanneret (Festschrift in Honor of Rene Jeanneret).
Travaux Neuchatelois de Linguistique (TRANEL), n18 spec iss Sep 1992
This festschrift in honor of Rene Jeanneret, administrator of the Center for Applied Linguistics at Neuchatel University (Switzerland), contains the following papers (all papers are written in French with two exceptions): "A Walk with Rene Jeanneret Through the Garden of Applied Linguistics"; "--Thank You.--No Thank You!"; "The Interface between Linguistics and Education" (in English); "The Potential Contribution of Artificial Intelligence and the Automatic Processing of Natural Language to a New Version of Hector"; "Why Reformulate and How to Do It?"; "Rene Jeanneret and the University for Senior Citizens in Neuchatel"; "Philological Commentary on a Page from Rabelais"; "The Obsession with Words"; "HECTOR and the Schwyzertutsch"; "The French in English: Can a Rule Be Seen in the Phonetic Evolution of Intervocalic "s" and Its Compounds [ss], [bs], et [x]?"; "But, It's Only an Example!"; "Code-Switching and Discourse Markers: Between Variation and Conversation"; "The Establishment of Verbal Concordances"; "Comparison of the Phonological Systems of Arabic and French"; "How to Exercise Indirect Free Discourse "en Production": The Contribution of the Teaching of French as a Second Language"; "Some Aspects of Human-Cat Verbal Communication"; "Syntax and Word Formation: One Type of Use of Verbal Nouns in Latin"; and "What Stimulates a Response in the Language Laboratory?" (in English). (MSE)
Descriptors: Adult Learning, Applied Linguistics, Arabic, Artificial Intelligence, Code Switching (Language), Contrastive Linguistics, Education, English, Etymology, Foreign Countries, French, French Literature, Higher Education, Indexes, Language Attitudes, Language Laboratories, Language Research, Latin, Linguistic Theory, Older Adults, Phonology, Programing, Second Language Instruction, Student Reaction, Syntax, Uncommonly Taught Languages, Universities
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Neuchatel Univ. (Switzerland). Inst. de Linguistique.