Melbourne Linguistics in the pub: Elicitation methods, Tuesday 28 April 2015
Ruth Singer organised a Linguistics in the Pub on elicitation methods on 28 April 2015.
In 2011, Linguistics In the Pub ran a discussion on techniques and activities used in the field by linguists to elicit particular grammatical phenomena, compare cognition across languages or simply record naturalistic talk-in-interaction. What is new today?
We would like to follow on the same idea and give the opportunity to present activities which were successful or unsuccessful in the field. Of particular interest would be activities using grammaticality judgments or aimed at analysing semantic functions, such as aspect.
See the RNLD website for more information.