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LINGUISTICA ATLANTICA

Linguistica Atlantica is an annual publication of APLA, and contains articles on descriptive and theoretical linguistics. Numbers 1-13 were published between 1978-1991 as the Journal of the Atlantic Provinces Linguistic Association.

Submissions of papers or proposals should​ be sent to ​egor.tsedrik@smu.ca or mota@unb.ca and conform to the Linguist Link's Unified style sheet for Linguistics (http://celxj.org/downloads/USS-NoComments.pdf)), with footnotes. The papers should be saved in Word and PDF and the two anonymous versions should be attached to an e-mail message containing the author’s information.


Index

 

Volume 1, 1978
Volume 10, 1988
Volume 18/19, 1996/1997
Volume 27-28, 2006/2007
Volume 2, 1980
Volume 11, 1989
Volume 20, 1998
Volume 29, 2008
Volume 3, 1981
Volume 12, 1990
Volume 21, 1999
Volume 30, 2009
Volume 4, 1982
Volume 13, 1991
Volume 22, 2000
Volume 31, 2010
Volume 5, 1983
Volume 14, 1992
Volume 23, 2001
Volume 32, 2013
Volume 6/7, 1984/1985
Volume 15, 1993
Volume 24, 2002/2003
Vol 33, No 1, 2014
Volume 8, 1986
Volume 16, 1994
Volume 25, 2004
Vol 33, No 2, 2014
Volume 9, 1987
Volume 17, 1995
Volume 26, 2005
Vol 34, No 1, 2015

The Index of Vols 34, No 2 (2015) and later as well as the complete articles from Vol 15 onwards can be found at https://journals.lib.unb.ca/index.php/la/issue/archive

 


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Volume 1, 1978

  • JOHN A. BARNSTEAD: Asymmetric Syndetic Conjunction of Ukrainian Relative Clauses: Implications for the Theory of Coordination.......... 3
  • ANTHONY B. HOUSE: The Secret Language of the Jazz Musician..........15
  • JANET ROSS KENDALL, ANN ROBINS KRANE & MICHAEL W. PRATT: The Effect of Intonation on Listening Comprehension..........26
  • A. MURRAY KINLOCK & ANTHONY B. HOUSE: The English Language in New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island: Research Published, in Progress, and Required..........34
  • GEORGE W. PATTERSON: A man gives an apple to the lobster: Rule Reordering in Acadian..........46
  • MICHAEL R. SEITZ: Neurophysiological Instrumentation for Studying Speech and Language Performance..........63

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Volume 2, 1980

  • ALBERT VALDMAN: L'Acadie dans la francophonie nord-américaine..........3
  • GARY D. PRIDEAUX: A Re-examination of Harris's Syntactic Theory: Constraints on Transformations..........19
  • L. G. KELLY: Bilingual Interference and Modes of Representation..........30
  • PIERRE GUIRAUD: Réflexions sur la terminologie féodale en gallo-roman..........42
  • MURRAY G. WANAMAKER: The Language of Kings County, Nova Scotia..........48
  • A. MURRAY KINLOCH: Walter Spencer Avis, 1919-1979..........56

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Volume 3, 1981

  • H. J. WARKENTYNE & A. C. BRETT: Changing Norms in Canadian English Usage..........3
  • DENIS DUMAS: La diphtongaison québécoise, plaidoyer pour les matrices complexes..........9
  • BRUCE L. DERWING & TERRANCE M. NEAREY: On the Perceptibility of Sub-phonemic Differences: The Tough-Duck Experiment..........29
  • LAURENT SANTERRE: Essai de définition du joual : Aspect du français parlé au Québec..........41
  • DOUGLAS C. WALKER: Latin Free Stressed a in Old French..........51
  • RAYMOND MOUGEON, EDOUARD BENIAK & NORMAND CÔTÉ: Variation géographique en français ontarien : Rôle du maintien de la langue maternelle..........64

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Volume 4, 1982

  • HENRY ALEXANDER: Linguistic Geography..........3
  • KARIN FLIKEID: Variantes du /R/ dans le parler acadien du nord-est du Nouveau-Brunswick..........7
  • T. K. PRATT: I dwell in possibility: Variable (ay) in Prince Edward Island..........27
  • JEAN-CLAUDE CHOUL: Règle d'interprétation idiomatique..........36
  • JOSEPH F. KESS: Theme vs. Context..........54
  • JOHN HEWSON: Content and Expression in the Latin Verb..........63

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Volume 5, 1983

  • PATRICIA J. HUNTER & GARY D. PRIDEAUX: Empirical Constraints on the Verb-Particle Construction in English..........3
  • J. R. C. PERKIN: Watson Kirkconnell's Methodology of Verse Translation..........16
  • ANNE-MARIE PICARD: Caractères sémantiques et fonctionnels du subjonctif français..........33
  • LÁSZLÓ SZABÓ: Adverbs with a Final-W in Malecite Sentences..........50
  • B. EDWARD GESNER: La linguisitique acadienne: Esquisse bibliographique..........59
  • MAURICE A. HOLDER: Review of Holm and Shilling, Dictionary of Bahamian English..........65

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Volume 6/7, 1984/1985

  • YVES-CHARLES MORIN: Pour une histoire des voyelles longues en français: quelques problèmes..........1
  • LESLIE SAXON: A Comparative Study of Reflexive Forms in Three Northern Athapaskan Languages..........28
  • SHERRIE E. SHAMMASS, TRACEY M. DERWING & BRUCE L. DERWING: The Acquisition of Hebrew Morphological Reflexive..........46
  • KEREN RICE: Noun Compounds in Dene..........55
  • EDOUARD BENIAK, RAYMOND MOUGEON, DANIEL VALOIS: Sociolinguistic Evidence of a Possible Case of Syntactic Convergence in Ontarian French..........73
  • KARIN FLIKEID: L'opposition /õ/ - /ã/ dans le parler de la péninsule acadienne..........89
  • JOHN HEWSON: Le pronom personnel en français et en anglais..........103
  • B. EDWARD GESNER: Les structures interrogatives dans le parler acadien de la Baie Sainte-Marie (Nouvelle-Écosse)..........124

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Volume 8, 1986

  • CHERIS KRAMARAE: A Feminist Critique of Sociolinguistics..........1
  • CAROLE PETERSON: Sex Differences in Conversational Interruptions by Preschoolers..........23
  • IAN SMITH & STEVE JOHNSON: Sociolinguistic Patterns in an Unstratified Society: the Patrilects of Kugu Nganhcara..........29
  • JOSE I. HUALDE: Case Assignment in Basque..........44
  • LYLE CAMPBELL: Claims about Syntactic Change and Finnish Historical Syntax..........72
  • ANDRES ROMERO-FIGUEROA: Subjective and Objective Relative Clauses in Warao..........94
  • ANNE-MARIE GRIGNON: Vers une phonologie lexicale non-linéraire: un exposé des développements récents en phonologie générative..........113
  • JOHN HEWSON: A New Look at French Liaison..........146
  • DAWN FOWLER-GRAHAM & HENRY J. WARKENTYNE: Linguistic Insecurity among the Elderly..........159
  • MARGARET HARRY: Review of Smith, Language, the Sexes and Society..........176

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Volume 9, 1987

  • CLAIRE HUMPHREYS-JONES & GRAHAM MCGREGOR: Communicative Breakdown in Conversation: Arguments for a Corpus-based Analysis..........1
  • DONNA STARKS: Negation: an Insight into the Structure of Main Clauses in Woods Cree..........21
  • CHRISTINE MCDONALD & JOAN C. BEAL: Modal Verbs in Tyneside English..........43
  • DONNA L. ATKINSON: Names and Titles: Maiden Name Retention and the Use of Ms..........56
  • HALA M. TALAAT: A Government-Buiding Analysis of VP Sentential Complements in Egyptian Arabic..........84
  • DEREK NURSE: Toward a Typology of Diachronic Phonological Change in Bantu Languages..........100
  • R. LORD & T. Z. CHANG: Morphosemantic Categories in Chinese: An Interim Report..........123
  • ROBERT RYAN: Review of Gesner, Bibliographie annotée de linguistique acadienne..........158
  • SHEILA EMBLETON: Review of Kramarae & Treichler, A Feminist Dictionary..........161
  • RUTH KING: Review of Coates, Women, Men and Language..........165

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Volume 10, 1988

  • TRACEY DERWING & RONALD H. SMYTH: Auxiliary Placement Revisited..........1
  • WILLIAM COWAN: Two Prayers in 17th Century Montagnais..........16
  • JOHN HEWSON: Some Fundamental Issues in Semantics..........28
  • DAVID FRANK: A Note on Cape Breton Nicknames..........54
  • KARIN FLIKEID: Unity and Diversity in Acadian Phonology: An Overview Based on Comparisons Among the Nova Scotia Varieties..........64
  • HILLARY ALLEN: Generic Pronoun Choice as a Measure of `Concrete` Behavioural Intent..........111
  • MAURICE HOLER: Review of Muysken and Smith (eds.), Substrata versus Universals in Creole Genesis; Görlach and Holm (eds.), Focus on the Carribean..........140
  • ROBERT A. PAPEN: Compte rendu de Sebba, The Syntax of Serial Verbs; Byrne, Grammatical Relations in a Radical Creole: Verb Complementation in Saramaccan..........147
  • JAMES BLACK: Review of Fromkin and Rodman, An Introduction to Language (4th edition)..........152
  • JOHN HEWSON: Review of James, Semantics of the English Subjunctive; Valin, Hirtle and Joly (eds.), Leçons de linguistique de Gustave Guillaume, Vol. 6, 7 & 8..........158

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Volume 11, 1989

  • TERRY J. NADASDI: Déviation et simplification linguistique dans le français bruxellois..........1
  • CAROLE PETERSON: Connectives as both Semantic and Pragmatic Links in Children's Narratives..........19
  • JOHN HEWSON: Motivated Syncretism..........39
  • PETER HALFORD: Vers l'analyse moderne d'un texe canadien du dix-huitième siècle..........57
  • WEI-PING SUN & LESLIE SAXON: Verb, Complement and Case in Mandarin..........73
  • YVES ROBERGE: Les paramètres de la variation..........94
  • JAMES R. BLACK: Review of Crystal, The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Language..........115
  • NOEL L. CORBETT: Review of Wardaugh, Languages in Competition: Dominance, Diversity and Decline..........119
  • RUTH KING: Review of Milroy, Observing and Analyzing Natural Language..........124
  • A. B. HOUSE: Review of Pratt, Dictionary of Prince Edward Island English..........127
  • RAYMOND MOUGEON: Review of Beebe, Issues in Second Language Acquisition: Multiple Perspectives..........132

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Volume 12, 1990

  • AUDREY DAWE-SHEPPARD & JOHN HEWSON: Person and Gender Hierarchies in Micmac..........1
  • DAVID J. HEAP: Les questions à sujet pronominal préposé dans les dialectes de l'espagnol des Caraïbes..........13
  • JOHN HEWSON: The Auxiliary DO in English..........39
  • ELLY van GELDEREN: Visibility and Clausal Arguments..........53
  • LOUISE PERONNET: Système des conjugaisons verbales dans le parler acadien du sud-est du Nouveau-Brunswick..........81
  • GARY D. PRIDEAUX & LOIS M. STANFORD: The Role of Two Cognitive Constraints in the Management of Oral Narratives..........117
  • GISELLE CORBEIL: Successful and Less Successful Second Language Learners: Differences in How They Process Information..........131
  • VIT BUBENIK: Review of Bauer, Introducing Linguistic Morphology..........149
  • JOHN HEWSON: Review of Guillaume, Leçons de linguistique, Vol. 9..........157
  • YOUNGHEE NA: Review of McCawley, The Syntactic Phenomena of English..........161

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Volume 13, 1991

  • PETER BAKKER: Trade Languages in the Strait of Belle Isle..........1
  • JOHN HEWSON: Verbal Derivation in Micmac..........21
  • RUTH KING: Acadian French and Linguistic Theory..........35
  • MARGUERITE MACKENZIE: A Survey of Research on Montagnais and Naskapi (Innu-aimun) in Labrador..........47
  • IRENE MAZURKEWICH: Language Maintenance in Labrador: Trying to hold the line..........57
  • HAROLD PADDOCK: Linguistic vs. Non-linguistic Conditioning of Linguistic Variables..........71
  • LOUISE PÉRONNET: Système des modalités verbales dans le parler acadien du sud-est du Nouveau-Brunswick..........85
  • ROBERT HOLLET: Preserving Newfoundland Place Names..........99

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Volume 14, 1992

  • GISÈLE CORBEIL: The Role of Information Construction in Second Language Learning......... 1
  • MAURICE HOLDER, ANNE MACIES & ROLF TURNER: La diphthongue «oi» dans le parler «brayon» d'Edmundston, Nouveau-Brunswick.............17
  • CHENG LUO: On the Uncleftability of Direct Object in Chinese................55
  • VIRGINIA MOTAPANYANE: Romance Clitics and the Structure of AGRP................73
  • MING-MING PU, GARY PRIDEAUX & LOIS STANFORD: Episodes as Memory Units in Discourse Representation: Anaphor Use in English and Mandarin................89
  • IRENE MAZURKEWICH: Review of  Ingram, First Language Acquisition: Method, Description, and Explanation................103
  • JOHN HEWSON: Review of  Battye &  Hintze, The French Language Today..............107

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Volume 15, 1993

  • In Memoriam: Alexander Murray Kinloch.............i
  • PATRICIA BALCOM: Transitivity in Early Child Language...............1
  • LOUISE BEAULIEU: Une analyse sociolinguistique du pronom Wh inanimé dans les relatives libres dans le français acadien du nord-est du Nouveau-Brunswick..............39
  • VIT BUBENIK & SNEZANA MILOVANOVIC: Convergence in the Development of South Slavonik and Greek Pronominal Systems...............69
  • MURRAY KINLOCH & FAZILAH ISMAIL: Canadian Raising: /au/ in Fredericton, New Brunswick..............105
  • DIANE MASSAM: The Licensing of Genitives.............115
  • TERRY NADASDI: Possession inaliénable & variation dialectale............131
  • MOSHÉ STARETS: Le groupe verbal dans le parler d'enfants franco-ontariens de Windsor, Ontario............145
  • DONNA STARKS: The Effect of Information Status on Word Order.............165

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Volume 16, 1994

  • KATHLEEN CONNORS & BERNADETTE OUELLETTE: The Meanings of Pronominal-Verbal Constructions for Speakers and Learners of French..............1
  • GISELLE CORBEIL: Différences entre des étudiants forts et faibles de français langue seconde de niveau universitaire en matière de résumés de texte: étude expérimentale.............25
  • KHADIYATOULAH FALL, GEORGE VIGNAUX & MARGUERITE BOIVIN: Les études sur l'anaphore: quelques orientations actuelles dans le contexte européen.............45
  • MIKE KLIFFER: Gradience, Determiners and Null Possessors: Revisiting French Inalienable Syntax............59
  • CHENG LUO: Grammatical Relations, Transitivity and Ergativity: An Interactive View of Cleftability...............85
  • VIRGINIA MOTAPANYANE: An Argumental Position for Preverbal Subjects in Bulgarian.............103
  • GARY PRIDEAUX: Two Complimentary Approaches to Discourse Analysis...............113
  • CARL RUBINO: Against the Notion of Unidirectionality in Lexeme Genesis...............135
  • BECKY BROWN: Review of  Mougeon & Beniak, Linguistic Consequences of Language Contact and Restriction: The Case of French in Ontario, Canada..............149
  • LOUISE PÉRONNET: Compte rendu de Chaudenson, Mougeon &  Beniak,  Vers une approche panlectale de la variation du français...............152

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Volume 17, 1995

  • PATRICIA BALCOM: Argument Structure and Multicompetence..................1
  • EDWIN L. BATTISTELLA: The Syntax of the Double Modal Construction...............19
  • CATHERINE BROWN & WLADYSLAW CICHOCKI: Listeners' Reactions to Four French Accents: a Study of Gender as a Variable in Linguistic Attitudes..............45
  • CORINNE CORTÉS: Subject-Object Asymmetries and Verb Classes.................63
  • B. ELAN DRESHER & ALANA JOHNS: The Law of Double Consonants in Inuktitut............79
  • ZHONG-YING LU: Movement from Object Position in Chinese: a Restriction on  Substitution.............97

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Volume 18/19, 1996/1997

  • Dedication:  John Hewson - a Festschrift...................i
  • E. F. K. KOERNER: Notes of the History of the Concept of Language as a System 'où tout se tient'...............1
  • BARBARA BACZ: The Four Seasons and the Accusative-Locative Opposition in Polish................21
  • CHRISTA BEAUDOIN-LIETZ: Exploration of the Semantic Difference between the Two Negative Markers ha-and (-)si(-) in Swahili..............29
  • VIT BUBENIK: Towards a Cognitive Analysis of the Turkish Aspectual System...............43
  • HERVÉ CURAT: l'absence de sujet in praesentia des verbes de 3e personne..............53
  • PATRICK DUFFLEY: Person in the English Verb: the Problem of -s....................67
  • WALTER HIRTLE: The Support Role of Auxiliaries....................75
  • R. M. JONES: Guillaumean Linguistics: a Model for Literary Theory...................87
  • LORI MORRIS: Building for the Future: the Potential Significate of avoir................101
  • HAROLD PADDOCK: Grimm's Law as a Response to Functional Asymmetry..............109
  • PAUL PROULX: Algonquian Names..................121
  • VALERI VASSILIEV: Hewson's Semantic Theory and Implicit Semantics...............129
  • MARGARET E. WINTERS: On Reconstructing the Middle Ground...............141

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Volume 20, 1998

  • LOUISE BEAULIEU & PATRICIA BALCOM: Le statut des pronoms personnels sujets en français acadien du nord-est du Nouveau-Brunswick................1
  • WALCIR CARDOSO: The Domain of Gliding in French: an Optimality Theoretic Approach...............29
  • ALISON HENRY: Dialect Variation, Optionality, and the Learnability Guarantee............51
  • JOHN HOGAN: A Parallel Between Music and Speech: Tonality and Tone............73
  • ROBERT HOLLETT: Preserving the Pronunciations of Newfoundland Place Names: a Case Study of Bauline East..............85
  • VIRGINIA MOTAPANYANE: C/L Merge Locations for Focus...............109
  • SARAH R. ROSE: Analytic Aspectual Constructions in the Vetalapañcavimsati, a Work of Late Classical Sanskrit.............123

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Volume 21, 1999

  • MARTIN J. BALL & NICOLA SCHMIDT-RENFREE: Phonological Priming and Phonetic Carry over in two Danish-English Bilinguals..............1
  • WALCIR CARDOSO: A Quantitative Analysis of Word-final /r/-deletion in Brazilian Portuguese...............13
  • CHET CREIDER: Mixed Categories in Word Grammar: Swahili Infinitival Nouns..............53
  • CARRIE DYCK: On Consonant Sequences in Cayuga (Iroquoian).................69
  • HUGES M. PÉTERS: An Alternative Proposal for French Negation.................107
  • JALAL RAHIMIAN: Obligatory, Optional and Contrastive Occurrences of ke in Modern Persian.................137
  • YVES ROBERGE & NICOLE ROSEN: Preposition Stranding and que-deletion in Varieties of North American French..............153
  • MONICA SANCHEZ: Extended Projections in Agrammatism................169
  • ROBERT FINK: Review of Wray, Trott & Bloomer, Projects in Linguistics: A Practical Guide to Researching Language..................185

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Volume 22, 2000

  • SVETLANA KAMINSAÏA: Métrique des énoncés ambigus: cas des insertions médianes..........1
  • FUSA KATADA: The Structure of Humble Causatives in Japanese................31
  • CHENG LUO: Typological Parameters for the Lexico-syntactic Structures of High-digit Numerical Expressions..................49
  • CATRIN SIÂN RHYS: Chinese Coverbs and Argument Structure..................69
  • WILLIAM KIRVIN: Review article:  Pronunciation Keys in Dictionaries of Place-Names..............89

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Volume 23, 2001

  • PHIL BRANIGAN & DOUGLAS WHARRAM: Introduction...................i
  • JUDITH AISSEN: The Obviation Hierarchy and Morphosyntactic Markedness...............1
  • DAVID BECK: Person-Hierarchies and the Origin of Asymmetries in Tontonac Verbal Paradigms.................35
  • JULIE BRITTAIN: Obviation and Coreference Relations in Cree-Montagnais-Naskapi................69
  • KEIL CHRISTIANSON: Optimality Theory in Language Production: The Choice between Direct and Inverse in Odawa...................93
  • ALANA JOHNS: An Inclination towards Accusative.............................127
  • ROBERT M. LEAVITT: Keq nit mehsi liwihtomon? Why do you say it that way? Using Linguistic Knowledge in Native Language Curriculum.......................145
  • BETTINA SPRENG: Little v in Inuktitut: Antipassive Revisited......................155

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Volume 24, 2002-2003

  • DONNA STARKS & ELAINE BALLARD: A Short Note on Changes in Pre-Aspiration in Woods Cree......................1
  • GISELLE CORBEIL: Éléments grammaticaux les plus touchés par les transferts linguistiques.......................9
  • YOLANDA RUIZ DE ZAROBE: Instruction and Age in the Acquisition of Negation in English as a Third Language.............................25
  • NIMA SADAT-TEHRANI: The “Indifference-ke Construction” in Modern Conversational Persian.........................43
  • MARÍA DE LA LUZ MATUS MENDOSA: “As Seen on TV”: Spanish Contrary-to-Fact Clauses in Televised Speech.................71
  • CAROL STANLEY-THORNE: Colour Terms: A Problem for Translators............79

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Volume 25, 2004

  • ALEXANDRE SÉVIGNY, ANNA MORO & NICK BIBIS: Introduction……..1
  • PETER A. REICH & BLAKE A. RICHARDS:  Epigenetics and Language: The Mimimalist Program, Connectionism, and Biology……….7
  • JOHN COLARUSSO: Counter-Examples in Linguistics (Science):  The Case of Circassian as a Split Anaphor Language………..23
  • ILEANA PAUL: Bare Nouns in the Typology of DPs…………….47
  • STEPHANIE KELLY: Theoretical Implications of French Nuclear Diphthongisation………59
  • ERIC RUSSELL WEBB: Explanatory Adequacy in Phonology: A Deductive Approach to /R/……………77
  • JACQUES LAMARCHE: Seeing Red: Terminal Description and Explanation in Linguistics…………………95
  • MICHIYA KAWAI: Move and construal Examined: A Case Study with tough Constructions…………………..121
  • ALEXANDRE SÉVIGNY: Discourse Information Grammar and Explanatory Adequacy……….143
  • MICHAEL KLIFFER & MAGDA STROIŃSKA: Relevance Theory and Translation……….16

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Volume 26, 2005

  • ANNE VIOLIN-WIGENT:  Vocabulaire régional et transmission familiale: le cas du français briançonnais………………1
  • KEIKO HIRANO: Effects of Frequent Interaction with Non-Native Speakers on English Dialect: /-t,d/ Deletion in the Anglophone Community of Japan…….21
  • DAVID H. FOURNIER: Les applicatifs et la possession en minimalisme: un indice du japonais:………….. 43
  • ALAIN THOMAS: Francitan vs. Standard French Pronunciation in Southeastern France…………..59
  • ROBERT A. PAPEN: On Developing a Writing System for Michif…….75

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Volume 27-28, 2006/2007

  • WLADYSLAW CICHOCKI, WENDY BURNETT & LOUISE BEAULIEU: Introduction………………….1
  • YOSHIYUKI ASAHI: A Japanese Contact Variety in the North: Evidence from Sakhalin Island in Russia………………….11
  • GOTZON AURREKOETXEA: Grammatical and Lexical Variation in the Basque Language…………..15
  • PATRICIA BALCOM: An Innovative Method in Methods? Experimental Tasks in Regional Variation………..21
  • J. K. CHAMBERS: Geolinguistic Patterns in a Vast Speech Community………27
  • SHEILA EMBLETON, DORIN URITESCU & ERIC WHEELER: Data Capture and Presentation in the Romanian Online Dialect Atlas………………37
  • CHITSUKO FUKUSHIMA: Superimposing Linguistic Maps to Trace Linguistic Changes…………………..40
  • KEIKO HIRANO: Consonant Cluster Reduction Observed in the Anglophone Community of Japan…………………46
  • TYLER KENDALL: Advancing the Utility of the Transcript: A Computer-Enhanced Methodology…………..…51
  • OSSI KOKKO: Disappearing Dialect: Attrition and Scattering of Ingrian Finnish……………..56
  • MINNA KORHONEN: Variation across Three Generations in Australian English: Selected Features from an Online Questionnaire…………..59
  • HERTA MAURER-LAUSEGGER: Methods in Audiovisual Dialectology in a Bilingual Context………….65
  • JACLYN OCUMPAUGH & REBECCA ROEDER: Mexican American English in Context: Accommodation to Other Available Norms in Lower Michigan……….71
  • TAKUICHIRO ONISHI: Application of GIS Technology to Studies in Japanese Dialectology………….76
  • MARJATTA PALANDER: Changes in an Idiolect from Childhood to Middle Age…………….81
  • MARIA-PILAR PEREA: Dialectometry: A New Treatment of Dialectal Morphological Data……..86
  • BARTLOMIEJ PLICHTA, DENNIS PRESTON & BRAD RAKERD: “It’s Too Hat in Here? The Perception of NCS a-Fronting…………………..92
  • KATHRYN A. REMLINGER: Newfies, Cajuns, Hillbillies, and Yoopers: Gendered Media Representation of Authentic Locals………………..96
  • CARMEN SCARLAT & CÉLINE SIGNORINI: Quelques désignations de l’arum tacheté (Arum maculatum L.) dans les dialectes gallo-romans et daco-roumains………….101
  • ALAIN THOMAS: Mid and Low Vowels in Southeastern French………….107
  • ERIK R. THOMAS & ELIZABETH L. COGGSHALL: Comparing Phonetic Characteristics of African American and European American Speech……….112
  • ANTONIO RUIZ TINOCO & HIROTO UEDA: The VARILEX Project – Spanish Lexical Variation……117
  • CLIVE UPTON: SuRE at the BBC: A Dialect Collecting Method on the Wider Stage………………122
  • RENÉE VAN BEZOOIJEN: The Expansion of Approximant /r/ in Dutch………..129
  • ANNE VIOLIN-WIGENT: Retention of Regional French Vocabulary: The Example of Southeastern French……135
  • SUSANNE WAGNER: The Tocque Formula and Newfoundland English…….141
  • MONIKA WEGMANN: Transcending the Line – Focusing on the Spot; An Alternative Approach for the Cartographic Representation of Dialects……..147

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Volume 29, 2008

  • JOANNA-LUSTANSKI: The Polish minority group in Canada and its hierarchy of core values………………….1
  • BERNARD-MULO FARENKIA: De DOCTEUR à DOCTA: créativité lexicale et adresse nominale en français camerounais………………25
  • PATRICIA BALCOM: Do instruction and exposure make a difference on the learning of orthographic spelling by speakers of a regional variety?.................51
  • MATTHIEU LEBLANC: De l’aménagement linguistique à la politique linguistique: le contact des langues au travail en milieu minoritaire acadien……………79
  • JAMES BULGIN, NICOLE ELFORD, LINDSAY HARDING, BRIDGET HENLEY, SUZANNE POWER, CRYSTAL WALTERS: So very really variable: Social patterning of intensifier use by Newfoundlanders online………..101
  • SYLVIA KASPARIAN: The Acadian NooJ module: Automatic processing of a regional oral French………………117
  • ANNICK MORIN: The syntax of Gascon clause-type particles……………137

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Volume 30, 2009

  • BERNARD MULO FARENKIA: L’acceptation du compliment: un (macro-) acte de discours hybride et ambigu…………………3
  • JEAN-GUY MBOUDJEKE: L’interprétation comme réparation et comme acte mena?ant pour la face (FTA): (im)poli envers qui?................31
  • FRANÇOISE PAULET DUBOIS: La grammaire au service de la galanterie? Analyse de Les ‘Vous’ et les ‘Tu’ de Voltaire……………..47
  • JEMIMA ASABEA ANDERSON: Polite Requests in Non-Native Varieties of English: The Case of Ghanaian English…………….59

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Volume 31, 2010

  • MARIE-JOSÉE HAMEL: Apprenants à la recherche de collocatifs dans les dictionnaires électroniques: Analyse de l'interaction 'apprenant-tâche-dictionnaire' à l'ordinateur
  • MAXWELL KADENGE & GEORGE MAVUNGA: Shona metaphors created during the Zimbabwe crisis: A cognitive grammar analysis 
  • EYO O. MENSAH: On the system of numeration in Efik

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