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Confs: Deseret Language & Linguistic Symposium

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  1. paul baltes, 1999 Deseret Language & Linguistics Symposium

Message 1: 1999 Deseret Language & Linguistics Symposium

Date: Mon, 01 Feb 1999 10:57:02 -0700
From: paul baltes <>
Subject: 1999 Deseret Language & Linguistics Symposium

Deseret Language And Linguistics Society Symposium 1999
Thursday February 18, and Friday February 19

Registration will be held on Thursday and Friday morning from 7:30 to
10:30 am in
Room 2256 of the Conference Center on the campus of Brigham Young


SESSION 1 8:00 AM - 8:50 AM

Language Pedagogy 2277 Conference Center

Lynn Henrichsen, "Foreign Language Training for LDS Missionaries:
Historical Antecedents and Foundations for Current Church Policies and

Jonathan Shute & Mark Tanner, "Cultural Adjustment Issues of CES

Text Analysis and Style 2287 Conference Center

Don Chapman, "Stylistic Use of Compounds in Old English Sermons."

Deryle Lonsdale, "Beyond All Description: Affectivity and

SESSION 2 9:00 AM - 9:50 AM

Analogical Modeling I 2277 Conference Center

Royal Skousen, "The Analogical Modeling Research Group: Reviews and

Anton Rytting, "Is the k/ alternation in Turkish really a rule? Rules
and Analogical Modeling compared against experimental data."

Politics and Discourse Analysis 2287 Conference Center

Julie Conway, "American Dream Ideology: A Critical Discourse Analysis
of Bill Clinton's Press Conferences."

Hugo Olaiz, "What is Natural Conversation? The Linda Tripp Tapes as a
Hybrid Interaction."

SESSION 3 10:00 AM -10:50 AM

Analogical Modeling II 2277 Conference Center
Jennifer Sperry, "Predicting -er/-or Spelling in Agent Nouns in

Benjamin M. Smith and K. Richard Bangerter, "The Romanian Plural
Inflection--An Analogical Model."

SESSION 3 (CONT): 10:00 -10:50 AM

Psycholinguistcs/ESL 2287 Conference Center

Robyn Campbell, "Acquisition Order of Prepositions for ESL Learners."

SESSION 4 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM 2104 JKHB
Keynote Speaker

John R. Searle "The Construction of Social Reality"

Lunch 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

SESSION 5 2:00 PM - 2:50 PM

Analogical Modeling III 2277 Conference Center

Deryle Lonsdale, "Some Natural Language Processing Applications of
Analogical Modeling."

La Bokeo, "Locating Word-breaks of Thai Text Using Analogical Modeling."

Pragmatics 2287 Conference Center

Salvatore Attardo, "Covert Speech Acts and Their Meaning."

SESSION 6 3:00 PM - 3:50 PM

Analogical Modeling IV 2277 Conference Center

Paul Baltes, "Pragmatics and the Analogical Modeling of Language."

Kent Minson, "Using Analogical Modeling of Language to Determine Garden
Path Triggers."

Translation Issues 2287 Conference Center

Alan Melby & Arle Lommel, "What is LEIT? (pronounced 'light')"

Keynote Speaker

John R. Searle "Rationality and Action"

5:00-6:00 Snacks and Discussion 2256 Conference Center


SESSION 1 8:00 AM- 8:50 AM

Lexicon 2277 Conference Center

Leif Olsen, "I'll Have a Combination Pizza and Coca-Cola."
 [Korean: K'ombineishyon P'ijahago K'ok'ak'olla

Heather Robles, "Spanish Additions to the Cowboy Lexicon from 1850 to
the Present"

Psycholinguistcs/ESL 2287 Conference Center

Mark Tanner & Deborah Carlston, "Pausing Effects on Native Speakers'
Perception of Nonnative English Speakers' Fluency."

Deborah Carlston & Mark Tanner, "The Individual Effects of Prosody on
Native Speakers' Perception of Non-native Speakers' Comprehensibility."

SESSION 2 9:00 AM -9:50 AM

Phonology I 2277 Conference Center

Dirk Elzinga, "Goshute Final Features as Segments."

John Stansell, "Varying Levels of Aspiration in Czech: an Analogical

Generative/Syntactic Analysis 2287 Conference Center

Kenchi Namai, "On the So-Called Japanese Complementizer."

Cory Crawford, "Linguistic Contributions to Music Theory: A Multimedia

SESSION 3 10:00 AM - 10:50 AM

Phonology II 2277 Conference Center

Yuichi Endo, "The Nuclear Tone of English Intrasitives."

Lisa Johnson, "New Perspectives on Nauruan Phonology."

Cognitive Semantics I 2287 Conference Center

Soichi Kozai, "Three Types of Viewpoint - Empathy , Subjective, and
Agentive: A Case Study from Japanese Giving and Receiving Verbs."

Nathan Blaylock, "Verb-Particle Semantic Compositions via Diagrammar."

SESSION 4 2254 Conference Center 11:00 am
- 12:00 noon
Keynote Speaker

John R. Searle "The Unity of the Proposition"

Lunch 12:00
pm - 1:50 pm

DLLS Business Meeting 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
2256 Conference Center

SESSION 5 2:00 PM - 2:50 PM

Language Policy 2277 Conference Center

Bill Eggington, "The Myths of Utah's Proposed Official English Law."

Cognitive Semantics II 2287 Conference Center

Stefan Engelberg, "The 'Imperfective Paradox' Paradox."

Laura Clarito, "Personal Names in Peircean Terms."

SESSION 6 3:00 PM - 3:50 PM

Semantic Variation 2277 Conference Center

Tarasine Buck, "An Analysis of Suppletion and Semantic Change in Russian
'Good/Well' and 'Better'."

Rebecca Adams, "Cataloging Semantic Variation in the Swiss German

Literature and Linguistics 2287 Conference Center

Kristen Gough, "Virginia Woolf and the Art of Female Conversation:
Through the Looking Glass of Deborah Tannen."

Kevin Klein, "Preferences for Narrative Pronouns in Texts on English
Literature and Composition."

Paul Baltes, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Linguistics and Rhetoric
Director: Utah Dialect Project
Brigham Young University
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