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Thu Jul 29 2004

TOC: Journal of Ling 40:2; Applied Ling 24 (2004)

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Message 1: Journal of Linguistics 40:2

Date: Thu, 29 Jul 2004 10:22:32 -0400 (EDT)
From: sarah <sarahsarahnichols.com>
Subject: Journal of Linguistics 40:2


Publisher: Cambridge University Press 
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Journal Title: Journal of Linguistics
Volume Number: 40
Issue Number: 2
Issue Date: July 2004


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Contents
Ne-cliticisation and split intransitivity
DELIA BENTLEY

Monadic definites and polydefinites: their form, meaning and use
DIMITRA KOLLIAKOU
 
A corpus-based two-level model of situation aspect
ZHONGHUA XIAO, ANTHONY McENERY

Review Articles 

Grammatici certant Rodney Huddleston & Geoffrey K. Pullum (in
collaboration with Laurie Bauer, Betty Birner, Ted Briscoe, Peter
Collins, David Denison, David Lee, Anita Mittwoch, Geoffrey Nunberg,
Frank Palmer, John Payne, Peter Peterson, Lesley Stirling and Gregory
Ward), The Cambridge Grammar of the English language. Cambridge:
Cambridge University Press, 2002. Pp. xvii+1,842. 
BAS AARTS

Reviews Alexandra Y. Aikhenvald, Language contact in Amazonia. Oxford
& New York: Oxford University Press, 2002. Pp. xxv+363. 
WILLEM F. H. ADELAAR

Alexandra Y. Aikhenvald, R. M. W. Dixon & Masayuki Onishi (eds.),
Non-canonical marking of subjects and objects (Typological Studies in
Language 362). Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing
Company, 2001. Pp. xi+461. 
DONNA B. GERDTS

Norbert Boretzky, Die Vlach-Dialekte des Romani. Strukturen -
Sprachgeschichte - Verwandtschaftsverh�ltnisse -
Dialektkarten. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag, 2003. Pp. xvi+256.
YARON MATRAS

Ted Briscoe (ed.), Linguistic evolution through language acquisition:
formal and computational models. Cambridge: Cambridge University
Press, 2002. Pp. vii+349. 
SHIMON EDELMAN, BO PEDERSEN

Peter Broeder & Jaap Murre (eds.), Models of language acquisition:
inductive and deductive approaches. Oxford: Oxford University Press,
2000. Pp. ix+291. 
PAUL FLETCHER

Bart de Boer, The origins of vowel systems (Studies in the Evolution
of Language). Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2001. Pp. xii+168.
KLAUS KOHLER

R. M. W. Dixon & Alexandra Y. Aikhenvald (eds.), Word: a
cross-linguistic typology. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press,
2002. Pp. xiii+290. 
DUNSTAN BROWN

Nigel Fabb, Language and literary structure: the linguistic analysis
of form in verse and narrative. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press,
2002. Pp. vii+230. 
COLLEEN FITZGERALD

T. Giv�n, Syntax: an introduction (2 vols.). Amsterdam &
Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 2001. Pp. xvii+500, x+406. 
LEONID KULIKOV

Laurence R. Horn, A natural history of negation (The David Hume
Series: Philosophy and Cognitive Science Reissues). Stanford, CA: CSLI
Publications, 2001. Pp. xlvii+637. 
ANASTASIA GIANNAKIDOU

Marit Julien, Syntactic heads and word formation (Oxford Studies in
Comparative Syntax). Oxford: Oxford University Press,
2002. Pp. viii+407. 
ANDREW SPENCER
 
Michael Kenstowicz (ed.), Ken Hale: a life in language. Cambridge, MA:
MIT Press, 2001. Pp. xii+480. 
NIGEL FABB

G�raldine Legendre, Jane Grimshaw & Sten Vikner (eds.),
Optimality-theoretic syntax. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press,
2001. Pp. xviii+548. 
TANJA SCHMID

Tomiko Narahara, The Japanese copula: forms and functions. Houndmills:
Palgrave Macmillan, 2002. Pp. x+219. 
SEIKI AYANO

Susan Pintzuk, George Tsoulas & Anthony Warner (eds.), Diachronic
syntax: models and mechanisms. Oxford: Oxford University Press,
2000. Pp. xii+380. 
BARBARA VANCE

Peter Svenonius (ed.), Subjects, expletives, and the EPP (Oxford
Studies in Comparative Syntax). Oxford & New York: Oxford University
Press, 2002. Pp. vii+245. 
ANNA CARDINALETTI
			
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Message 2: Annual Review of Applied Linguistics 2004

Date: Thu, 29 Jul 2004 09:56:53 -0400 (EDT)
From: sarah <sarahsarahnichols.com>
Subject: Annual Review of Applied Linguistics 2004


Publisher: Cambridge University Press 
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Journal Title: Annual Review of Applied Linguistics
Volume Number: 24
Issue Number: 
Issue Date: January 2004


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Contents

EDITOR'S INTRODUCTION
Mary McGroarty

AUTHOR INDEX, VOLS. 14-23

SUBJECT INDEX, VOLS. 14-23

RESEARCH IN TEACHING LANGUAGE SKILLS 
1. LISTENING TO LEARN OR LEARNING TO LISTEN?
Larry Vandergrift

2. RESEARCH IN THE TEACHING OF SPEAKING
Michael McCarthy, Anne O'Keeffe

3. RESEARCH ON TEACHING READING
William Grabe

4. RESEARCH IN TEACHING WRITING
Tony Silva, Colleen Brice

RESEARCH IN TEACHING LANGUAGE SYSTEMS 
 
5. RESEARCH IN TEACHING PRONUNCIATION AND INTONATION
Jennifer Jenkins

6. CURRENT DEVELOPMENTS IN RESEARCH ON THE TEACHING OF GRAMMAR
Hossein Nassaji, Sandra Fotos

7. RESEARCH IN TEACHING VOCABULARY
John Read
 
TEACHING LANGUAGE IN SPECIFIC SETTINGS 
 
8. TRENDS IN TEACHING ENGLISH FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES
Diane D. Belcher

9. TRENDS IN TEACHING STANDARD VARIETIES TO CREOLE AND VERNACULAR SPEAKERS
Hazel Simmons-Mcdonald

10. RESEARCH PERSPECTIVES ON TEACHING ENGLISH AS A LINGUA FRANCA
Barbara Seidlhofer

CURRICULUM, PEDAGOGY, AND TEACHER PREPARATION 
11. CROSSING FRONTIERS: NEW DIRECTIONS IN ONLINE PEDAGOGY AND RESEARCH
Richard Kern, Paige Ware, Mark Warschauer

12. CONTENT-BASED INSTRUCTION: PERSPECTIVES ON CURRICULUM PLANNING
Fredricka L. Stoller

13. ASPECTS OF COLLABORATION IN PEDAGOGICAL DISCOURSE
Richard Donato

14. CONSTRUCTIVIST ISSUES IN LANGUAGE LEARNING AND TEACHING
Dorit Kaufman

15. EMERGING RESEARCH AND PRACTICES IN IMMERSION TEACHER EDUCATION
Tony Erben
			
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