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Papers from the Annual Meetings of the Atlantic Provinces Linguistic Association (PAMAPLA)

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Vol 1, 1977
Vol 10, 1986
Vol 19, 1995
Vol 28, 2004
Vol 2, 1978
Vol 11, 1987
Vol 20, 1996
Vol 29, 2005
Vol 3, 1979
Vol 12, 1988
Vol 21, 1997
Vol 30, 2006
Vol 4, 1980
Vol 13, 1989
Vol 22, 1998
Vol 31, 2007
Vol 5, 1981
Vol 14, 1990
Vol 23, 1999
Expected publication dates
Vol 6, 1982
Vol 15, 1991
Vol 24, 2000
Vol 32 (Halifax, (in preparation) 2008)
Vol 7, 1983
Vol 16, 1992
Vol 25, 2001
Vol 33, 2009
Vol 8, 1984
Vol 17, 1993
Vol 26, 2002
Vol  35, 2011
Vol 9, 1985
Vol 18, 1994
Vol 27, 2003

 

 


 

Volume 1, 1977

  • There is no PAMAPLA 1. Papers presented at the first annual meeting of the association appeared in JAPLA 1.

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Volume 2, 1978

  • ARACELI CARCELLER & J. K. CHADWICK-JONES. Acadian Speech Use in Social Situations..........1
  • MAURICE A. HOLDER. Chouse, grousse, grous en franco-acadien: évolution dialectale et prononciation standard..........10
  • B. EDWARD GESNER. Les auxiliaires avoir et être dans le parler acadien de la Baie Sainte-Marie, Nouvelle-Écosse..........16
  • PIERRE GÉRIN. Les parlers franco-acadiens accèdent à la dignité littéraire..........23
  • HENRI-DOMINIQUE PARATTE. Mécanismes et causes de l'assimilation : une étude de l'ouest canadien..........37
  • MICHAEL W. PRATT. Deixis, Detection and Development..........62
  • HELMUT ZOBL. Second Language Acquisition and Language Change: Some Correspondence between Structural Changes in the Evolution of English and in the Acquisition of English by a German-Speaking Child..........37
  • MARINA GLAZOVA. A Typological Characterization of the Phonological Systems of the Southeast Asian Languages..........99
  • JOHN HEWSON. Micmac Consonant Clusters..........115
  • JOHN A. BARNSTEAD. Some Semantic and Syntactic Aspects of the Bulgarian Article..........123
  • A. MURRAY KINLOCH. Semantics Errors of a Group of First-year Students at the University of New Brunswick..........132
  • LILLIAN FALK. Exclamatory Adjectives in English..........138
  • ANTHONY B. HOUSE. A Semantic Analysis of Certain Automobile Names..........143

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Volume 3, 1979

  • JOSIANE F. HAMERS. Intergroup Contacts and their Effects on Second Language Acquisition..........1
  • MAURICE A. HOLDER. The [s] Pronunciation of /z/ in Maritimes English..........28
  • TERRY K. PRATT. The Survey of Prince Edward Island English: A Progress Report..........33
  • A. MURRAY KINLOCH. The Vowel Phonemes of Halifax, N. S., and General Canadian English..........48
  • RUTH KING. A Preliminary Study of Anglicisms in Newfoundland French..........58
  • HAROLD PADDOCK. A Post-Bailey Paradox in Newfoundland English Phonology..........70
  • LILIAN FALK. The Use of they with Indefinite Singular Antecedent..........82
  • ANTHONY B. HOUSE. The Place-name Acadie Reconsidered..........93
  • ROSE MARY BABITCH. The English of Acadians in the Seventeenth Century..........96
  • ALFRED F. BEGIN. Nouvel aperçu linguistique sur l'origine du terme Sagouine en Acadie..........116
  • PIERRE GÉRIN. Remarques sur le mode de certaines propositions subordonnées complétives introduites par que dans l'usance franco-acadienne..........154
  • JOHN HEWSON. Les cas grammaticaux du substantif français..........168
  • B. EDWARD GESNER. La performance linguistique des élèves acadiens néo-écossais..........172
  • LÁSZLÓ SZABÓ. Obviation with AI Verbs in the Malecite Sentences..........185
  • JOHN A. BARNSTEAD. Vowel - Nasal Consonant Sequences in Common Slavic..........191

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Volume 4, 1980

  • J. K. CHAMBERS. (Keynote Speaker). Linguistic Variation and Chomsky's "Homogeneous Speech Community"..........1
  • ROSE MARY BABITCH. French Cod-fishing Terminology of the Seventeenth Century..........32
  • JOHN W. BARNSTEAD & JOHN A. BARNSTEAD. Finite Sentence Languages are Finite..........43
  • JEAN-CLAUDE CHOUL. Is There Such a Thing as Set Meaning, and Do We Need It? Collocational and Selectional Restraints Revisited..........48
  • SANDRA CLARKE. Sex as a Sociolinguistic Variable: The Significance of Sex in Attitudinal Stereotypes..........60
  • VINCENT O. ERICKSON. Folk Etymology and Surname Change among the Wabanaki..........77
  • PIERRE GÉRIN. Des caporals, jouals et autres animaux..........86
  • MARINA GLAZOVA. A Syntagmatic Characterization of the Segmental Phonemes of the Southeast Asian Languages Compared with Chinese..........95
  • JOHN HEWSON. Saussure's Game of Chess..........108
  • RUTH KING. Hypercorrection in Newfoundland French..........117
  • ANTHONY C. LISTER. Foreign Names in Chinese..........126
  • IRENE MAILHOT-BERNARD. Franco-American Language Features of Lewiston, Maine, Studied in Relation to Social Factors Related to Social Class and Years of Formal Training in French..........137
  • RAYMOND H. MILLER. The Central Belorussian "Stem-Stressed" Conjugation, and its Implications for a Theory of Language Change..........149
  • LÁSZLÓ SZABÓ. The Use of the Inverse Form in Malecite Sentences..........163
  • HELMUT ZOBL. On Becoming a Speaker of a SVO Language and its Non-Typology-Specific Effect..........173

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Volume 5, 1981

  • MAX YALDEN, Commissioner of Official Languages (Keynote Speaker). Languages and the University: Luxury or Necessity (Notes for a Speech)..........5
  • ROSE MARY BABITCH. Linguistic Coalescence - - Lobster fishing Terminology - - Convergence vs. Divergence..........16
  • JEAN-CLAUDE CHOUL. Word Meaning vs. Sentence Meaning..........28
  • SANDRA CLARKE. Dialect Stereotyping in Rural Newfoundland..........39
  • LILIAN FALK. George Eliot's Use of Hebrew Names in Daniel Deronda..........58
  • PIERRE GÉRIN. Les propositions causales dans les parlers franco-acadiens écrits..........63
  • B. EDWARD GESNER. Observations sur le comportement morpho-syntaxique de tout en acadien..........78
  • W. TERRENCE GORDON. On Bloomfield on Meaning..........99
  • MARGARET HARRY. The Welsh Dialogue of Patient Grissil..........113
  • JOHN HEWSON. The Five Diphthongs of Modern French..........128
  • MAURICE HOLDER. `N a, `N y a, etc. : Formes acadiennes de il y a dans la partie ouest de la Nouvelle-Écosse..........136
  • FRANCIS LANDRY. La diphtongaison des nasales à la Baie Sainte-Marie. Le cas de Petit-Ruisseau..........145
  • HAROLD PADDOCK. Bailey Waves in the GVS (Great Vowel Shift): Evidence from the LAE (Linguistic Atlas of England)..........161
  • LÁSZLÓ SZABÓ. English Loanwords in Japanese: Phonetic Observations..........172
  • LÁSZLÓ SZABÓ. The Use of the Locative Ending in Malecite..........180

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Volume 6, 1982

ENGLISH STUDIES

  • MARIAN ATKINSON. A Preliminary Report on a Study of the Acoustic Effects of Variants of /l/ on Preceding Vowels..........1
  • B. WADE COLBOURNE. A Sociolinguistic Study of Long Island, Notre Dame Bay, Newfoundland..........9
  • LILIAN FALK. Analytical Framework for Indefinite One..........26
  • G. P. JONES. Second Person Pronouns in Late Elizabethan and Jacobean English..........35
  • WILLIAM J. KIRWIN. The Newfoundland Dictionary and DARE..........45
  • ELOISE LEMIRE HAMPSON. Age as a Factor in Language Attitude Differences..........51
  • BERNARD O'DWYER. A Perception of the Speech of a Newfoundland Speech..........63
  • T. K. PRATT. The Dictionary of Prince Edward Island English Presents Sheep Storm..........76

FRENCH STUDIES

  • ROSE MARY BABITCH. The Acadian French Vowel System in the Lobster Fishing Terminology on Lamèque Island..........80
  • JAMES R. BLACK. Se in French: Lexical and Transformation Approaches..........93
  • SANDRA CLARKE & RUTH KING. Speech Stereotypes in French Newfoundland: An Investigation of Language Attitudes on the Port-au-Port Peninsula..........105
  • PIERRE GÉRIN. Constructions transitives et passives apparemment aberrantes en usage dans le français d'Acadie..........124
  • PIERRE M. GÉRIN. L'expression de la similitude dans les parlers franco-acadiens : étude de l'emploi de quelques adverbes..........134
  • B. EDWARD GESNER. Observations sur le comportement thématique et désinentiel des verbes dans deux parlers acadiens néo-écossais..........146
  • D. H. JORY. Proposed Acadian Content for French Language Courses..........158

MISCELLANEOUS

  • CHRISTA BEAUDOIN-LIETZ. Aspects of tsi and of Certain Other Intransitivizing Postbases in Labrador Inuttut..........167
  • F. G. FOSTER. The Gaeldom of Tir-Núa - - The 'New found Land': Scots Gaelic in Western Newfoundland..........167
  • MARINA GLAZOVA. Word, Morpheme and Syllable in Vietnamese..........194
  • W. TERRENCE GORDON. Toward a Pedagogy of Paraphrase..........204
  • STEPHEN P. NORRIS. A Speech Act Conception of Observation Statements..........211
  • HAROLD PADDOCK. The Failure of Distinctive Features to Explain the Sound Change [t] to a Glottal Stop..........226
  • LÁSZLÓ SZABÓ. Counters in Japanese, Contrasted with their English Translations..........236

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Volume 7, 1983

FRENCH STUDIES

  • RUTH KING. Cliticization in Newfoundland French..........1
  • MAURICE HOLDER. Observation sur l'intonation acadienne de la Nouvelle-Écosse..........6
  • KARIN FLIKEID. Maintien ou abandon de la prononciation traditionnelle : la situation actuelle dans la Péninsule acadienne..........18
  • PIERRE M. GÉRIN. La création d'un troisième code comme mode d'adaptation à une situation où deux langues sont en contact : le chiac..........31
  • PIERRE GÉRIN. Emplois aberrants de quelques prépositions dans le français des Acadiens..........39

MISCELLANEOUS

  • SANDRA CLARK. Linguistic Variability in Sheshatshiu Montagnais..........54
  • LÁSZLÓ SZABÓ. Word Order in Malecite..........63
  • ANTHONY LISTER. Problems of Gender in Chinese Contrasted with those in French and English..........70
  • LÁSZLÓ SZABÓ. Depalatalization or Palatalization in Russian Loanwords in Kola-Lappish..........77
  • HAROLD PADDOCK. Mapping Lexical Variants in Newfoundland English..........84

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Volume 8, 1984

  • JAMES R. BLACK. La Syntaxe de en et la structure des tours Nom de Nom..........1
  • GARY R. BUTLER & RUTH KING. Conversational Strategies in a Bilingual Context: Code-Switching in L'Anse-à-Canards, Newfoundland..........11
  • SANDRA CLARKE. The Role of Linguistic Feature Types in Dialect Stereotyping..........19
  • LILIAN FALK. Regional Varieties in English in Nova Scotia..........33
  • KARIN FLIKEID & B. EDWARD GESNER. Étude comparative des parlers acadiens en Nouvelle-Écosse : méthodologie et rapport sur la première phase..........42
  • MARINA GLAZOVA. Questions of Language Contact and Genetic Kinship of the Languages of Southeast Asia..........51
  • W. TERRENCE GORDON. Charles Osgood's Place in the History of Semantics..........61
  • MAURICE A. HOLDER. On the Coexistence of Pitch-Accent and Stress-Accent Systems: A Preliminary Outline..........79
  • RAYMOND H. MILLER. A Note on the Underlying Shape of Present-Tense Morphemes in East Slavic..........86
  • HANS R. RUNTE. L'Acadie de bouche en oeil..........98
  • LÁSZLÓ SZABÓ. Des mots empruntés du français au malécite..........107

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Volume 9, 1985

  • VIT BUBENIK. The Study of Clitics in Historical and Comparative Linguistics..........1
  • JEAN-CLAUDE CHOUL. The Description of Meaning and its Principles..........13
  • WILLIAM DAVEY. The Stressed Vowel Phonemes of a New Brunswick Idiolect and Central/Prairie Canadian English..........25
  • AUDREY DAWE. The Eastern Algonkian Animate Intransitive Negative..........33
  • LILIAN FALK. The Use of Nova Scotia Idiom in Books for Young Readers..........42
  • MARGOT A. FRENCH. Markedness and the Acquisition of Pied-Piping and Preposition Stranding..........52
  • B. EDWARD GESNER. Les parlers cajuns de la Louisiane - où en est la recherche?..........65
  • JOHN HEWSON. Requisites for a Sound Micmac Orthography..........78
  • STEPHANIE INGLIS. Basic Formative Elements of the Micmac Verb..........84
  • MARY A. LYNCH. Speech Communication in Canada's Educational System..........92
  • HAROLD PADDOCK. Simultaneously Variable and Fixed? The Status of some Initial Sibilants in English and Proto-Indo-European..........100
  • ROBERT RYAN. Les phénomènes d'économie, de régularité et de différenciation observés au sein du système des pronoms personnels sujets d'un parler acadien..........113
  • ALEKSANDRA STEINBERGS. Final Vowels in Deverbative Nouns in OshiKwanyama..........127
  • LÁSZLÓ SZABÓ. The Inchoative in Kildin-Sami Sentences, Contrasted with their Russian Translations..........137
  • SONIA THON. The Linguistic Substrata of the Province of Corrientes, Argentina..........145

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Volume 10, 1986

  • DONNA L. ATKINSON. Prototypes Revisited: Lie, Steal, and Accident..........1
  • ROSE MARY BABITCH. The Areal Structure of Three Syntagmatic Variables in the Terminology of Acadian Fishermen..........12
  • JEAN-CLAUDE CHOUL. Procedures for Testing and Pre-testing Dictionaries..........25
  • TERRY B. COX. Polysemy in Attributive Adjectives in a Southeastern Italian Dialect..........38
  • AUDREY DAWE-SHEPPARD. The Inclusive/Exclusive Distinction in Algonkian..........46
  • VINCENT O. ERICKSON. Father Demillier's Versions of the Lord's Prayer..........54
  • JOHN HEWSON. Translating langue and langage..........64
  • MAURICE A. HOLDER. Variantes d'occlusives en acadien : coup de glotte; relâchement articulatoire..........74
  • STEPHANIE INGLIS. A Preliminary Examination of Preverbs in the Micmac Verb..........84
  • RUTH KING & ROBERT RYAN. La phonologie des parlers acadiens de l'Île-du-Prince-Édouard..........95
  • ROBERT M. LEAVITT. Doubly-inflected Verb Forms in Maliseet-Passamaquoddy..........109
  • ANTHONY C. LISTER. Functional Terms of Location in Chinese..........120
  • HAROLD PADDOCK. The Actuation Problem for Gender Change in Wessex versus Newfoundland..........130
  • ROBERT A. PAPEN. Can Two Distinct Grammars Coexist in a Single Language?..........144
  • SONIA THON. The Realizations of /y/ and the Voiced Dorso-palatal Lateral in Corrientes, Argentina..........158

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Volume 11, 1987

  • MARIELLE CORMIER-BOUDREAU. L'originalité de l'expression linguistique dans le domaine de la médecine traditionnelle acadienne..........1
  • GISÈLE CHEVALIER. Une tendance récente en linguistique - La pragmatique..........10
  • WILLIAM DAVEY & RICHARD MacKINNON. Personal Nicknames in Cape Breton: A Preliminary Study..........23
  • SHEILA EMBLETON. Multidimensional Scaling as a Dialectometrical Technique..........33
  • LILIAN FALK. Kiss and be Friends..........50
  • KARIN FLIKEID & WLADYSLAW CICHOCKI. Application of Dialectometry to Nova Scotia Acadian French Dialects: Phonological Distance..........59
  • JOHN HEWSON. Le suffixe aspectuel /-i (s) / et les paradigmes verbaux du français..........75
  • A. B. HOUSE. A Brief Look at Jack Kerouac's Syntax..........89
  • ANTHONY C. LISTER. Chinese Locative Verbs of Movement..........99
  • ROBERT A. PAPEN. Sur quelques processus phonologiques, morphologiques et lexicaux du métif..........107
  • LOUISE PÉRONNET & ROSE MARY BABITCH. Atlas linguistique des côtes francophones de l'atlantique..........115
  • LÁSZLÓ SZABÓ. Peculiarities of Negation in Language: The Example of Kola-Lapp..........130

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Volume 12, 1988

  • DONNA LEE BERG (Keynote Speaker, Centre for the New Oxford English Dictionary, University of Waterloo). Old Wine into New Bottles: The Potential of an Electronic OED..........1
  • JEAN-CLAUDE CHOUL. An Expert System Shell for Lexicographic Research..........11
  • MARGERY FEE. (Invited Speaker). Post Fowlerism: The Problem of a Usage Guide for Canadians..........22
  • JOHN HEWSON. The Genitive Case in Modern English..........31
  • RUTH KING & ROBERT RYAN. The P.E.I. Acadian Project: A Progress Report..........44
  • ANNE McKILLOP & WLADYSLAW CICHOCKI. Variation dans la réalisation des occlusives dans le parler 'brayon' du Nouveau-Brunswick..........53
  • BERNARD O'DWYER. Negatively Speaking: A Sociolinguistic Feature of Newfoundland Speech..........59
  • HAROLD PADDOCK. Typological Relationships between Tonic Pitch and Syllable..........66
  • ROBERT RYAN. La suppression du phonème / r / observée dans quatre générations d'une famille acadienne d'Abram-Village (Île-du-Prince-Édouard, Canada)..........73
  • LÁSZLÓ SZABÓ. Possession in Ter-Sami..........91
  • MARIE-LUCIE TARPENT. A New Metaphor for Language..........98

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Volume 13, 1989

  • ALEKSANDRA STEINBERGS & BARBARA O'DEA. Lexical Addition in American Sign Language..........1
  • ANTHONY C. LISTER. Equivalences in Written Chinese of French and English Relative Clauses..........24
  • JEAN-CLAUDE CHOUL. Testing a Prototype of Interactive Semantic Analyser (PISA)..........37
  • JOHN HEWSON. What is a Present?..........50
  • JUVÉNAL NDAYIRAGIJE. Mouvement-WH, quantification et redoublement clitique..........56
  • KAPELE KAPANGA. La francophonie en situation de polyglossie ou les variations linguistiques du français au Zaïre..........80
  • LÁSZLÓ SZABÓ. Factitive Verbs in Hungarian..........101
  • LÁSZLÓ SZABÓ. Politeness Level Indicating the Acting Person in Japanese...........108
  • LILIAN FALK. Regional Usage in the English of Cape Breton Island..........114
  • RONALD COSPER. Rates of Lexical Change in Egyptian and Semitic..........129
  • SUZANNE PONS-RIDLER & GENEVIÈVE QUILLARD. Quelques aspects de la négation : comparaison de l'anglais et du français..........145
  • VINCENT O. ERICKSON. The Diminutive in Mennonite Low German..........161

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Volume 14, 1990

  • CATHERINE BODIN. Contacts et caractères communs du français acadien et du créole français en Louisiane..........1
  • VIT BUBENIK. Structural Influence of Arabic and Persian on the Western Indo-Aryan Languages..........11
  • AUDREY DAWE-SHEPPARD. An Etymology of Micmac Numerals..........21
  • SHEILA EMBLETON. Place Names in Finland: Settlement History, Sociolinguistic and the Finnish / Swedish Language Boundary..........27
  • LILIAN FALK. Between Emphasis and Exaggeration: Verbal Emphasis in the English of Cape Breton Island..........39
  • NATHALIA GOLUBÉVA-MONATKINA. Géolinguistique sociale d'une ville et recherches comparatives..........51
  • DAVID HEAP. Questions with Subject Clitics in Dominican Spanish..........59
  • MAURICE HOLDER. Lexical Diffusion and Word Frequency in Phonological Borrowing: o / ou and ais / ois in the History of French..........69
  • JEAN-MARC LEMELIN. La grammaire textuelle de Weinrich..........83
  • CHENG LUO. Cross-Categorial Formal Identity: a Functional Account..........91
  • VIRGINIA MOTAPANYANE. The Switch from Infinite to Subjunctive Clauses in Romanian..........115
  • SUZANNE PONS-RIDLER & GENEVIÈVE QUILLARD. Le discours français : vers une négativisation accrue..........131
  • LEWIS POTEET. Wandering in the Word-Woods: Some Thoughts on the Arrangement of Dictionaries..........147
  • ROBERT RYAN & BARRY MILLER. La dénasalisation des voyelles /e~/, /ã/, et /õ/ observée dans un parler acadien de l'Île-du-Prince-Édouard..........153
  • IAN SMITH. Computer Glossing as a Tool in Convergence Research..........159
  • LÁSZLÓ SZABÓ. Men's and Women's Speech in Japanese..........183

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Volume 15, 1991

  • LILIAN FALK. Quoting and Self-Quoting..........1
  • MARGERY FEE. (Invited Speaker). Frenglish in Quebec English Newspapers..........12
  • NATHALIA GOLUBEVA-MONATKINA. Une étude de classification des questions et des réponses dans le discours dialogique..........24
  • PAUL HOPKINS. Dialectal Variation in Kashubian Stress Placement: An Application of Metrical Theory to Dialectology..........30
  • WILLIAM A. KRETZSCHMAR. (Keynote speaker). Dialect: Traditions in Culture and Innovations in Analysis..........38
  • ANTHONY C. LISTER. Abbreviated Style in Chinese with Reference to Place Names..........64
  • VIRGINIA MOTAPANYANE. On the Representation of the Object-Agreement Phrase..........73
  • SUZANNE PONS-RIDLER & JACK TERHUNE. Audition et apprentissage d'une langue seconde..........83
  • PATRICE M. ROBITAILLE. Some Phonological Tendencies of the Deep South: Phonetic Transcriptions and the Computer Assistance Provided Today in Acoustics..........97

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Volume 16, 1992

  • PIERRE-ÉTIENNE LAPORTE. Les mots-clés du discours politique en aménagement linguistique : réflexions à partir de l'expérience québécoise..........3
  • DENISE DAOUST. L'analyse de quelques facteurs extra-linguistiques et leur rôle dans une éventuelle politique d'implantation terminologique..........23
  • FRANÇOIS GRIN. L'identification des bénéfices de l'aménagement linguistique : la langue comme actif naturel..........67
  • HENRIETTE WALTER. « Europe » 93 : douze pays et leurs langues..........103
  • CATHERINE PHLIPPONNEAU. Quel destin pour le breton dans l'Europe de demain?..........127
  • PETER SEKIRIN & JACINTHE COURTOIS. Endangered Dialect: Sociolinguistic Study of the Ukrainian Language in Canada..........145
  • GREGORY D'SOUZA. Minority Groups and Approaches to the Planning and Teaching of Reading in English as a Second and Foreign Language..........155
  • WILLIAM LABOV. (Keynote Speaker / conférencier invité). Sociolinguistique et sociologie du langage : une discipline ou deux?..........177
  • J. K. CHAMBERS. Dialect Topography : An Introduction..........213
  • SYLVIA KASPARIAN. Pour une approche interdisciplinaire de l'analyse descriptive du parler multilingue..........231
  • LOUISE PÉRONNET, WLADYSLAW CICHOCKI & ROSE MARY BABITCH. Étude du vocabulaire maritime acadien au moyen de l'analyse dialectométrique..........255
  • ANNETTE BOUDREAU & MARIE-ÈVE PERROT. Productions discursives d'un groupe d'adolescents acadiens du sud-est du Nouveau-Brunswick : Là je me surveille, là j'me watch pas..........271
  • ROBERT RYAN. L'allongement vocalique en syllabe ouverte finale et pénultième observé dans un parler acadien de l'Île-du-Prince-Édouard..........289
  • MICHAEL MONTGOMERY. The Koineization of Colonial American English..........309
  • W. TERRENCE GORDON. 68 ans de géométrie sémantique..........333
  • LEWIS J. POTEET. The Shape and Character of Airplane Slang..........349
  • GISÈLE CHEVALIER. L'idée que / l'idée selon laquelle : réflexion sur la variation stylistique..........359
  • SAMIRA BELYAZID. La fonction didactique dans la production féminine de type oral : la cas du saf..........371
  • LÁSZLÓ SZABÓ. English Loan-Words in the Japanese Writing System..........381
  • LÁSZLÓ SZABÓ. English Equivalents of the Subjective and Objective Conjugation in Hungarian..........387

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Volume 17, 1993

  • WILLIAM DAVEY & RICHARD MacKINNON. A Plan for a Dictionary of Cape Breton English..........1
  • GREGORY D'SOUZA. Do Dictionaries Help ESL / EFL Students Improve Their Reading Comprehension Skills?..........11
  • JOHN EDWARDS. What Can (or Should) Linguists Do in the Face of Language Declines?..........25
  • LILIAN FALK. A Nineteenth Century Literary Representation of Nova Scotia Dialect..........33
  • MEHMET ÜMIT NECEF. The Language of Intimacy..........41
  • CAROLE A. STANLEY. Language and Culture..........65

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Volume 18, 1994

  • K. CONNORS & B. OUELLETTE. The Interpretation of Emphatic Reflexives by English Speakers and Learners..........1
  • JOHN EDWARDS. Purism, Prescriptivism and Language Academies..........18
  • PIERRE LARRIVÉE. Negative Association in Quebec French..........30
  • CHENG LUO. Thematicity and Cleftability..........54
  • ARANTZAZU MARTINEZ ETXARRI. Constructions of the Type [vN + egin]. An Incorporation Hypothesis..........74
  • MONIQUE PARENT. Féminisation des titres des professions en France et au Québec..........91
  • SUZANNE PONS-RIDLER & GENEVIÈVE QUILLARD. Rôle argumentatif des négations, interrogations, exclamations et points de suspension dans la publicité française et québécoise..........100
  • LÁSZLÓ SZABÓ. Agglutination, the Examples of Hungarian and Japanese..........116

Other papers presented at the conference were published separately

  • JAMES BLACK & VIRGINIA MOTAPANYANE (eds.). 1996. Microparametric Syntax and Dialect Variation. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. (Series: Current Issues in Linguistic Theory - CILT 139).
  • JAMES BLACK & VIRGINIA MOTAPANYANE (eds.). 1997. Clitics, Pronouns and Movement. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. (Series: CILT 140).

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Volume 19, 1995

  • MADELEINE ALLARD. Is the Disorder in the House Really Disorder?..........1
  • ELISSA ASP. Making Sense..........9
  • WILLIAM DAVEY. A Report on the Dictionary of Cape Breton English..........21
  • JANE GADSBY. Stall Wars: A Slice of Latrinalia at York University..........35
  • W. TERRENCE GORDON. Making Saussure Accessible..........51
  • MICHAEL GREGORY. Remarks on a Theory of Grammar for a Socio-Cognitive Linguistics..........67
  • MAYA HONDA & WAYNE O'NEIL. On Making Linguistics Useful for Teachers: What Can You Learn from Plural Nouns and R?..........81
  • GREG JACOBS. Homosexual, Gay, or Queer: The Struggle Over Naming and its Real-world Effects..........93
  • FUSA KATADA. On the Nature of Agglutination..........115
  • RUTH KING & TERRY NADASDI. La puissance des pronoms faibles en français terre-neuvien..........129
  • SUE LEVESQUE. The Effects of Sexist Language on Perceptions of Sexual Harassment..........139
  • DONNA L. LILLIAN. Ms. Revisited: She's Still a Bitch, Only Now She's Older..........149
  • ANTHONY C. LISTER. Agency, Adversity and Animacy in the Chinese Passive Construction..........163
  • WAICHING ENID MOK. The Phonology of Cantonese Onomatopoeia..........173
  • VALENTINA SKIBINA. On Nucleus Vocabulary of English..........187

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Volume 20, 1996

ENDANGERED LANGUAGES

  • ANDREA BEAR NICHOLAS. Integrated Education and the State of the Maliseet Language: Revitalization or Linguicide?..........3
  • CHARLOTTE FRANCIS. The Big Cove Headstart Immersion Program..........33
  • ANNE L. KLINCK. Whither Welsh? Strategies for Survival..........36
  • DOROTHY LAZORE. (Invited Speaker). An Educational Endeavor42
  • RAYMOND MOPOHO. Approche pragmatique de la préservation et de la promotion des langues indigènes en Afrique noire..........46

PAPERS ON OTHER TOPICS

  • MADELEINE ALLARD. L'alternance de codes à l'Assemblée législative du Nouveau-Brunswick..........59
  • MAGDALENA KRUPA-KWIATKOWSKI. Native Language in Bilingual Acquisition: Focus on the Mechanisms of Erosion..........71
  • LISE LAPIERRE. Le participe passé en français : Accord et classe d'appartenance..........84
  • DONNA L. LILLIAN. Introducing Trouble, or the Trouble with The Trouble With Canada..........95
  • LEWIS J. POTEET. Nonstandard Situations and Nonstandard Language in Aviation Discourse: Which Slang Gets the Very Last Word?..........104
  • LÁSZLÓ SZABÓ. First Person Acting on Second Person in Maliseet..........112

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Volume 21, 1997

LANGUAGE DIVERSITY AND LANGUAGE ORIGINS

  • RONALD COSPER. The Evolution of Language and Linguistic Theory..........3
  • RAYMOND MOPOHO. Origines et Définition du West African Pidgin English..........11
  • ROBERT RANKIN. (Keynote Speaker). Grammatical Evidence for Genetic Relationship and the Macro-Siouan Problem..........20

PAPERS ON OTHER TOPICS

  • WALCIR CARDOSO. The Domain of Gliding in French: An Optimality Theoretic Approach..........47
  • CHRISTOPHER CULY. Takelma Interrogative ti..........63
  • LILIAN FALK. The Use of Immigrant Dialect in Israel Zangwill's Children of the Ghetto..........80
  • MICHAEL GREGORY. Doing Forensic Linguistics: Endangered People in the Community..........89
  • LISE LAPIERRE. La diversité des discours : l'Introduction à l'étude de la médecine expérimentale de Claude Bernard et « le roman expérimental » d'Émile Zola..........96
  • PIERRE LARRIVÉE. De la polarité négative à la concession : l'histoire naturelle d'un parcours interprétatif..........107
  • DONNA LILLIAN. Transitivity as an Ideological Tool: The Discourse of William J. Gairdner..........122
  • ANTHONY LISTER. An Analysis of jiang and ba in a Hong Kong Chinese newspaper..........132
  • VIRGINIA MOTAPANYANE. Topicalization: A Marked Parametric Option..........139
  • LEWIS POTEET. Dialect Diversity and Dialect Origins in Nautical and Aviation Slang..........146
  • CAROL STANLEY-THORNE. Compounds in Tikar..........154
  • NONI WARNER, ELIZABETH DOULL, DIANE FALVEY, RICHARD MARTELL, JIM McDERMOTT & ELLIOT RICHMAN. The Survival of Maritime Sign Language..........170

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Volume 22, 1998

  • WENDY BURNETT. Une comparaison du parler acadien traditionnel avec le parler populaire dans l'oeuvre de Molière............1
  • WALCIR CARDOSO. Variation Patterns in Regressive Assimilation in Picard: An Optimality Theoretic Account..............11
  • SHEILA EMBLETON. Bilingualism in Contemporary Finland: Whither Swedish?............39
  • MICHAEL FALK. The Seven Days and their Names.............56
  • CHENG LUO. AP Cleftability...............74
  • AGNÈS PICOLET-CRÉPAULT. Syntaxe standard ou non standard: Remplacements et contournements des relatives chez l'enfant acadien..............82

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Volume 23, 1999

  • ROBERT ADLAM. The Discourse of an Aboriginal Fishery..............1
  • EMMANUEL AITO. Glottopolitique, insécurité linguistique et langues minoritaires au Nigéria..........21
  • WALCIR CARDOSO. A Domain-Specific Constraint Approach to Prosodic Phonology: Evidence from Picard..............37
  • FELIPE PIERAS GUASP. Attitudes, Identity and the Dynamics of Language Shift in Mallorca.............59
  • ANTHONY LISTER. Is there a Future Tense in Chinese?................70
  • CHANTAL RICHARD. Étude de la redondance comme marque transcodique dans les romans de Jean Babineau: Bloupe et Gîte................79
  • ROBERT SUMMERBY-MURRAY. Language, Modernity, and the Politics of Identity: Geographical Perspectives and Prescriptions...............94
  • SHELLEY TULLOCH. Language and Identity: an Inuit Perspective.............106
  • MARILYN WALKER. The Language of the Shamans: Communication as Physical, Symbolic and Subtle..............117

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Volume 24, 2000

  • ROSE MARY BABITCH, LOUISE PÉRONNET & WLADYSLAW CICHOCKI. Periphrases and Idiolects: Some Strategies in Replying to a Dialect Atlas Questionnaire................1
  • CATHERINE BODIN.  L'origine des "normannismes" dans le français cadien de la Louisiane................11
  • WALCIR CARDOSO. The Directionality of Vowel Elision in Picard................20
  • RONALD COSPER. Phonosemantic Features in English: An Approach to Sound Symbolism................33
  • YASUKO FUJITA. Peer Interaction During Grammar Tasks: How Do Learners Assist Each Other?................40
  • ANNE FURLONG. "Is it a classic if no one reads it?" Relevance Theory and The Canon................54
  • RUTH KING & TERRY NADASDI. How Auxiliaries Be/Have in Acadian French................61
  • DONNA L. LILLIAN. Applying Critical Linguistics to Literary Texts: Transitivity in Charles G. D. Roberts' "Do Seek Their Meat From God"................73
  • LINE LOSIER & SYLVIA KASPARIAN. L'analyse des "faits sémiotiques" indicateurs de la prise de pouvoir dans les conversations d'enfants de 6 à 10 ans................80
  • MARIADELALUZ MATUS-MENDOZA. Linguistic Archaism in a Migrant Community................89
  • JEAN NIELSEN. "Thousands of Vendings": Languages in Contact in a Danish Television Show................98
  • LOUISE PÉRONNET & SYLVIA KASPARIAN. Description du processus de standardisation d'une langue régionale: le cas de la préposition «DE » dans le français standard acadien................109
  • AGNÈS PICOLET-CRÉPAULT. Structures syntaxiques chez les jeunes Acadiens de la Nouvelle-Écosse................119
  • JANE S. SMITH. Information Structure in Maine (SJV) French................125
  • MARIE-LUCIE TARPENT. A Morphosyntactic Change in Progress: English Noun incorporating Compound Verbs................135

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Volume 25, 2001

  • ANTHONY LISTER. Conditional Sentences in Written Chinese.................1
  • NOMBUSO DLAMINI. Revisiting the Meaning of Practice of Language Choice and Language Use in Multicultural Canadian Schools.................11
  • MATTHIEU LEBLANC. La «surcorrection » chez les apprentis traducteurs: résultats d’une enquête menée auprès de traducteurs en formation.....................17
  • JEAN B. NTAKIRUTIMANA. Réalité cognitive et ambiguïté discursive.................32
  • PATRICIA BALCOM. The Acquisition of Tense and Aspect by Francophone Learners of English......................39
  • OMER MASSOUMOU. Frontières linguistiques nationales et identités linguistiques: enjeux d’une approche dialectique..................52
  • WENDY BURNETT. New Brunswick English and the American Standard: Evidence of Convergence...................60
  • CHRISTINE HORNE. Vers une théorie linguistique de la métaphore...................71
  • RAQUEL CASESNOVES FERRER. Les évolutions effectuées par des filles et des garçons dans un contexte de langues en conflit...............78

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Volume 26, 2002

I. Linguistic Approaches to Literacy/Études linguistiques de l’alphabétisation..........1

  • JOHN EDWARDS. Should Literacy be Encouraged in Contexts of Linguistic Endangerment?................3
  • EMMANUEL AITO. Language, Literacy and Communication in Nigeria: Minority Languages and National Development.......................25
  • LORI MORRIS. Vocabulary Knowledge and Academic Success: The Literacy Woes of South African Secondary Students in the Free State....................39
  • CAROL STANLEY-THORNE. Meeting the Literacy Needs of a Pre-literate Society.........57
  • SARAH R. ROSE. Scripta et Vox: Some Observations on Language, Linguistics and Literacy in Several Ancient Societies...........................67
  • CATHERINE G. PENNEY, PAMELA SIMMS, JAMES DROVER & CARRIE DYCK. The Effectiveness of Teaching Letter-Sound Associations by Using Rimes and Syllables........79
  • DOROTHY MILNE. Teaching the Spelling and Pronunciation of Irish Through Linguistic Principles......................89

II. Approaches to Local Languages: Aboriginal, Acadian French, and English/Études des langues locales: Langues autochtones, français acadien et anglais................99

  • DANIELLE E. CYR & ALEXANDRE SEVIGNY. Critically Examining the Development of an Encyclopædic Dictionary for Migmaq..........................101
  • LOUISE BEAULIEU & WLADYSLAW CICHOCKI. Grammaticalisation et perte des marques d’accord sujet-verbe en français acadien du Nord-Est..................121
  • CATHERINE BODIN. Registres lafourchais du cadien louisianais........................145
  • WILLIAM DAVEY & RICHARD MACKINNON. Atlantic Lexicon.................157
  • DAWN RICHARDS. Vowel Variation in Cappahayden, An Irish Southern Shore Newfoundland Community..........................171

III. Language Learning, Grammar Construction, Tense and Aspect/Apprentissage des languages, élaboration de la grammaire, temps et aspect......................187

  • PATRICIA BALCOM. La grammaire interlinguistique des Acadiennes et des Acadiens bilingues pour les constructions moyennes....................189
  • JEAN GUY MBOUDJEKE. Le signe linguistique dans l’interlangue: Le cas du franglais....................203
  • DAVID LEBLANC. Parametric Mapping within the Minimalist Program................223
  • ALEXANDRE SEVIGNY. Discourse Linkers as Conceptual/Procedural Drivers of Discourse Interpretation.......................251
  • LARS WESSMAN. La co-occurrence des temps verbaux: Comment utiliser les occurrences du passé simple pour résoudre l’ambiguïté du passé composé.....................275
  • J. CHRISTOPHER WOOD. A Cognitive Approach to Tense and Aspect in Copti............293

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Volume 28, 2004

I. Languages in Contact/Langues en contact

  • GISÈLE CHEVALIER. Formaliser les flexions des verbes utilisés dans l’oral acadien………….5
  • PAUL-ANDRÉ LAGUEUX. La part de la néologie allogène dans la variété du français québécois……………………15
  • JEAN-GUY MBOUDJEKE. Bilinguisme, politiques et attitudes linguistiques au Cameroun et au Canada…………………….23

II. Papers on Other Topics/Communications sur d’autres thèmes

  • PATRICIA BALCOM.  Unaccusative Verbs and Their Syntactic Correlates in New Brunswick Acadian French…………………..37
  • ANTHONY LISTER. Word Order in Chinese – A Text Analysis.........51
  • PAULEENA MACDOUGALL. Variations in Style in Eastern Abenaki Narratives……59
  • MARIADELALUZ MATUS-MENDOZA. Affricate /č/ in an Immigrant Community……..73
  • ALEXANDRE SÉVIGNY & JAMES MCMULLAN. A Basic Morphological Parser for Discourse Information Grammar…………83
  • CAROL STANLEY-THORNE. A Cross-Cultural Comparison of the Use of Color Terms……………….99
  • JUDITH YOEL. Use of British Sign Languages on Canada’s East Coast……….109

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Volume 29, 2005

Note: This volume was published in the Revue de l’Université de Moncton, numéro hors série, 2007.

“Sociolinguistics, linguistics and the teaching of languages in multilingual and multidialectal contexts”

  • GISĖLE CHEVALIER.  Préface/Preface……………………1

Conférence d’ouverture

  • BRUNO MAURER. Aspects  didactiques de l’éducation bilingue français–langues africaines au Mali…………………….9

Optimal Entry Point for French Immersion (Round Table)

  • GISĖLE CHEVALIER. Mise en Contexte………………………23
  • JOAN NETTEN. Optimal Entry Point for French Immersion………………27
  • DAVID MACFARLANE. What are the options for FSL in the NB public system? / Le français L2 dans les écoles publiques au N.-B ……………………37
  • LAURIE CARLSON BERG. French Immersion: Are we getting our just deserves?…………..41
  • DANIEL LESCIELLER. Le niveau optimal d’entrée au programme d’immersion: compte rendu…………………57

Aspects socio-linguistiques

  • RAICHID ARRAÏCHI. Approche sociolinguistique pour expliquer et réduire les difficultés d’enseignement/apprentissage du français en milieu rural marocain………………..69
  • AHMED BOUKOUS. L’enseignement de l’amazighe (berbère) au Maroc: aspects sociolinguistiques………..81
  • JOHAN GIJSEN & YU-CHANG LIU. Confronting the Demise of a Mother tongue: The Feasibility of Implementing Language Immersion Programs to Reinvigorate the Taiwanese Language……………91
  • SILVIA KASPARIAN. Pour une approche bilinguiste de l’enseignement du français en situation de contacte de langues: le cas de l’Acadie……………..109
  • ALAIN VIAUT. L’occitan, sa diversité et son enseignement………………..131

Aspects linguistiques

  • JASMINA MILIĆEVIĆ & MARIE-JOSÉE HAMEL. Un dictionnaire de reformulation pour les apprenants du français langue seconde………………….145
  • ÉDOUARD NGAMOUNTSIKA.  Un aspect morphosyntaxique  du français parlé au Congo: la question du discours rapporté…………………..169

Hors thème

  • CHIDI NNAMDI IGWE. Emprunt comme procédé d’enrichissement de la terminologie du terrorisme……………….189

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Volume 30, 2006

  • GABRIEL ASSELIN. CFB Esquimalt's French-Speaking Families: Social Networks and Linguistic Communities……………….1
  • CHRISTA BEAUDOIN-LIETZ. Weak and Strong Adjective Alternations in German…………..6
  • ELIZABETH BULHÕES & WALCIR CARDOSO. Deletion of Word-Final [u] in São Miguel Portuguese (Maia): A Variationist Perspective……………….13
  • RONALD COSPER. Does Construction Grammar Deepen Our Understanding of Morphology?..........................24
  • MICHELLE DAVELUY. Communicating Among Linguistic Communities Onboard a Canadian Navy ship……………..27
  • KAREN A. DUCHAJ & JEANINE NTIHIRAGEZA. Ethnopragmatic Analysis of Address Forms: A Cross-Cultural Study…………….35
  • EVA FORINTOS. On the Derivational and Inflectional Morphology of Australian-Hungarian Language Contact Phenomena…………..42
  • JOANNA LUSTANSKI. The Canadian-Polish Lexicon: Classes of Items and Their Semantic Distribution……………..48
  • KAREN MALCOM & BARBARA BECKER. Edwardian Postcards as an Insight into the Edwardian Mind and Community……………….59
  • BERNARD MULO FARENKIA. L'énoncé lauditif en français parlé au Cameron……………….66
  • ALAIN FLAUBERT TAKAM. Logicalization as a Strategy of Rectification: The Study of Some Cameroon English Usages………………79
  • CHU-HSIA WU & ANDREW HUNG. A Case Study of Teenagers' Use of Southern Min and Attitude Toward the Language……………….84
  • QI ZHANG. The Emergence and Development of Hong Kong English……………93

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Volume 31, 2007

  • WLADYSLAW CICHOCKI. About APLA/ALPA 31……………1
  • WILLIAM DAVEY & RICHARD MACKINNON. The making of a regional dictionary: Defining the process……..3
  • PEI-JUNG KUO. The preposed object in Mandarin Chinese and Southern Min…….13
  • YI-AN LIN. The encoding of definiteness, specificity and referentiality in Mandarin and Cantonese….…23
  • ANTHONY C. LISTER. Defining postverbal prepositional phrases in Chinese……..35
  • JASMINA MILIĆEVIĆ. Serbian auxiliary verbs: Syntactic heads or dependents?..........43
  • CYNTHIA POTVIN. Concept de monotonicité et distribution du subjonctif: Interface entre morphosyntaxe et sémantique………….55
  • IRYNA PUNKO & KANSTANTSIN TSEDRYK. Variation sociologique en français langue seconde……………65
  • KANSTANTSIN TSEDRYK & EGOR TSEDRYK. Variation casuelle en français L2……….75
  • GERARD VAN HERK, BECKY CHILDS & JENNIFER THORBURN. Identity marking and affiliation in an urbanizing Newfoundland community…………85

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Volume 33, 2009

  • MAIA WILLIAMSON & WALCIR CARDOSO. The Social Stratification of the Voiced Interdental /ᵭ/ in the Battery Dialect
  • ANTHONY C. LISTER. Written Cantonese in Hong Kong Advertisements
  • DOUGLAS L. RIDEOUT. Auxiliary Selection in 16th Century French: Imposing Norms in the Face of Language Change
  • PHILIP COMEAU & RUTH KING. Media Performances of Vernacularity: The Acadieman Case
  • JESSE HARRIS & WALCIR CARDOSO. Jesse Harris & Walcir Cardoso: Anglicisms: The Numbers Behind the Words

Volume 33 is on line at http://www.mun.ca/linguistics/MLWPL

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