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  • A Linguistically Motivated Computational Framework for Irish Sign Language 

    MURTAGH, IRENE ELIZABETH (Trinity College Dublin. School of Linguistic Speech & Comm Sci. C.L.C.S., 2019)
    This research is concerned with the development of a linguistically motivated computational framework for Irish Sign Language (ISL) and defining a lexicon architecture that is sufficiently universal and robust to accommodate ...
  • Exploring pupils' subjective experiences of learning French at primary school 

    Furlong, Áine (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). School of Linguistic, Speech and Communication Sciences, 2001)
    This study explored the meaning of an L3 learning experience at primary level in a phenomenological perspective. This implied that the experience was seen as a human and a lived experience and that, consequently, its meaning ...
  • Sociolinguistic transfer in Japanese as a third language 

    Fouser, Robert Joseph (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Centre for Language and Communication Studies, 2000)
    This thesis explores the issue of language transfer in the acquisition of Japanese as a third or greater language at the university level. The term "L≥3" was adopted to describe the acquisition of a language or languages ...
  • Analysis of lingual articulation using electropalatography and electromagnetic articulography 

    Fitzpatrick, Liam (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Centre for Language and Communication Studies, 2001)
    Electromagnetic mid-sagittal articulography (EMA) and electropalatography (EPG) are two techniques for measuring lingual activity during speech production. EMA measures the location of a small number of sensors attached ...
  • Case Studies of English-Medium Instruction in Higher Education: Business Programmes in China, Japan and the Netherlands 

    SHAO, LIJIE (Trinity College Dublin. School of Linguistic Speech & Comm Sci. C.L.C.S., 2019)
    This doctoral project aims to conduct case studies of English as a medium of instruction (EMI) at three higher education institutions (HEIs) in China, Japan and the Netherlands – three ‘Expanding Circle’ countries. The ...

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