Volume No 19 (1995): Papers from the 19th Annual Meeting of the Atlantic Provinces Linguistics Association
University Prince Edward Island, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada, 10-11 November 1995.

 

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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