LINGUIST List 10.1189

Thu Aug 12 1999

TOC: SYNTAX

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  1. Carter Clare, SYNTAX, Linguistics Abstracts Online

Message 1: SYNTAX, Linguistics Abstracts Online

Date: Thu, 12 Aug 1999 10:43:33 +0100
From: Carter Clare <CCarterBlackwellPublishers.co.uk>
Subject: SYNTAX, Linguistics Abstracts Online

"The new journal SYNTAX is a welcome arrival, with outstanding editors and
fine prospects. I look forward with much anticipation to the forthcoming
issues." - Noam Chomsky, MIT


SYNTAX aims to unite related but often disjointedly represented areas of
syntactic inquiry together in one publication. Within a single forum SYNTAX
will accommodate both the explosive growth and increased specialization in
the field of syntax.


Contents of the August 1999 issue: 
Multiple Case Checking - Susana Bejar and Diane Massam 

Gambling on UG: The Application of Monte Carlo Computer Simulation to the
Analysis of L2 Reflexes - Katrien N. Christie and Phillip Christie 

Two Types of Impersonal Sentences in Spanish: Locative and Dative Subjects -
Olga Fernandex-Soriano 

Events and Economy of Coordination - Ljiljana Progovac 


Edited by Samuel Epstein and Suzanne Flynn
ISSN: 1368-0005, 3 issues a year, Volume 2, 1999 

SAMPLE COPIES AVAILABLE
For subscription details or to order a sample copy of SYNTAX please contact
Clare Carter (quoting reference 89BB466) at:
ccarterblackwellpublishers.co.uk 


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