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INDV101 – Language Spring, 2011 Homework 3 – 15 points Page 1 of 4 Homework 3 – Due Friday February 18 Format requirements : In order to be accepted for a grade your homework must: Be typed on standard 8.5 x 11” paper, printed legibly in a standard 10 or 12 point font with black ink. Begin with your full name, your section number, and the date. Follow the instructions in order, as given below. Your homework will be at least TWO pages long – the pages must be stapled together with a single staple in the upper left-hand corner. The purpose of this homework is to prepare you for success in Field Notebook 3! 1. Locate an article from a linguistics journal that addresses the ‘Basic Constituent Order’ or ‘Basic Word Order’ in some language, using these instructions: How to Find a ‘Basic Constituent’ Article This will be easiest to do via the web . Start here: http://www.library.arizona.edu , but do NOT use the search box that appears on the Library’s homepage! Click on ‘Article and Database Searching’ under ‘Search and Find’. From there, you can: o Click on the link for JSTOR. Under the search box, click on the ‘advanced search’ button. In the ‘advanced search’ boxes, type in ‘word order’ or ‘constituent order’. Scroll down the page to select ‘Linguistics’ under ‘Disciplines and/or Journals’. Execute your search! Look in your results page for an article that focuses on ‘word order’ or ‘constituent order’ in some particular language. o Or you can use the select menu labeled ‘Find databases in your subject area’. Select “Linguistics” – then select either LLBA, MLA or AnthroSource as your database. (Note – do not use the Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics for this assignment – it will point you to encyclopedia entries, not journal articles.) Use ‘word order’ or ‘constituent order’ as your search words – and look for them in the ‘title’ field, rather than the key word field, and look through your results for an article that focuses on some particular language. Access the article in .pdf format, and save it to your local computer! You will need to be able to use it as you write your Field Notebook 3, and you will need to be able to submit at least the first page of the article to the d2l dropbox with Field Notebook 3. If you are averse to doing this whole process on the web, you can go to the library
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This note was uploaded on 10/12/2011 for the course INDV 101 taught by Professor Walker during the Spring '07 term at University of Arizona- Tucson.

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