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Message 1: TOC: Journal of Linguistics: Volume 37 Issue 03

Date: Fri, 22 Feb 2002 17:12:00 -0000
From: Sarah Nichols <sarahsarahnichols.com>
Subject: TOC: Journal of Linguistics: Volume 37 Issue 03

Journal of Linguistics
Volume 37 Issue 03 November 2001
ISSN 0022-2267
Published three times a year by Cambridge University Press
http://journals.cambridge.org/journal_journaloflinguistics

Romanian nominalizations: case and aspectual structure
ALEXANDRA CORNILESCU

The puzzle-puddle-pickle problem and the Duke-of-York gambit in acquisition
DANIEL A. DINNSEN, KATHLEEN M. O'CONNOR, JUDITH A. GIERUT

A mathematical model for the analysis of variation in discourse
JES�S ROMERO TRILLO

Right-Dislocation as scrambling
HIDEKAZU TANAKA

Review Article
Linguists play catchup with evolution
DEREK BICKERTON

Reviews
Margaret Deuchar & Suzanne Quay, Bilingual acquisition: theoretical
implications of a case study. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000. Pp.
x+163.
REGINA K�PPE

Sheila Embleton, John E. Joseph & Hans-Josef Niederehe (eds.), The emergence
of the modern language sciences: studies on the transition from
historical-comparative to structural linguistics in honour of E. F. K.
Koerner, vol. I: Historiographical perspectives & vol. II: Methodological
perspectives and applications. Philadelphia & Amsterdam: John Benjamins,
1999. Pp. lv+311 (vol. I); pp. lv+335 (vol. II).
MICHAEL MACKERT

Martin Haspelmath, Indefinite pronouns (Oxford Studies in Typology and
Linguistic Theory). Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1997. Pp. xvi+364.
MICHAEL CYSOUW

Roland Hausser, Foundations of computational linguistics: man-machine
communication in natural language. Berlin: Springer, 1999. Pp. xii+534.
RUTH KEMPSON

Daniel Hirst & Albert Di Cristo (eds.), Intonation systems: a survey of
twenty languages. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1998. Pp xii+487.
MARTINE GRICE

Shorter Notices
Peter Auer (ed.), Code-switching in conversation: language, interaction and
identity. London: Routledge, 1998. Pp. v+355.
JULIET LANGMAN

Elabbas Benmamoun, The feature structure of functional categories: a
comparative study of Arabic dialects. New York & Oxford: Oxford University
Press, 2000. Pp. xi+180.
ILAN HAZOUT

David Birdsong (ed.), Second language acquisition and the critical period
hypothesis. Mahwah, NJ & London: Lawrence Erlbaum, 1999. Pp. x+191.
BIRGIT HARLEY

Marc-Ariel Friedemann & Luigi Rizzi (eds.), The acquisition of syntax:
studies in comparative developmental linguistics. London: Longman, 2000. Pp.
viii+326.
NINA HYAMS

Magnus Huber, Ghanaian Pidgin English in its West African context: a
sociohistorical and structural analysis (Varieties of English around the
World G24). Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 1999. Pp. xviii+321.
THOMAS B. KLEIN

Tadao Miyamoto, The light verb construction in Japanese: the role of the
verbal noun (Linguistik Aktuell/Linguistics Today 29). Amsterdam &
Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 1999. Pp. xiii+233.
MASAKO OHARA

Cecilia Poletto, The higher functional field: evidence from Northern Italian
dialects (Oxford Studies in Comparative Syntax). New York: Oxford University
Press, 2000. Pp. xii+207.
FABIO PIANESI

Neil Smith, Chomsky: ideas and ideals. Cambridge: Cambridge University
Press, 1999. Pp. viii+268.
MARTIN ATKINSON

Robert D. Van Valin, Jr. & Randy J. LaPolla, Syntax: structure, meaning, and
function (Cambridge Textbooks in Linguistics). Cambridge: Cambridge
University Press, 1997. Pp. xxvii+713.
DANIEL L. EVERETT
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