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TOC: Modified: California Linguistic Notes

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Message 1: TOC: Modified: California Linguistic Notes: Summer 2004

Date: Thu, 29 Jul 2004 17:04:39 -0400 (EDT)
From: akaye <akayeExchange.FULLERTON.EDU>
Subject: TOC: Modified: California Linguistic Notes: Summer 2004

Publisher: California State University, Fullerton
Journal Title: California Linguistic Notes
Issue Date: Summer 2004

Main text:

California Linguistic Notes is available free of charge on the

The following articles and reviews are now available in the
summer 2004 issue of California Linguistic Notes (CLN):


When contextualization cues mislead: misunderstanding, mutual
knowledge, and non-verbal gestures
Andrew Wilson

Judeo-Spanish and the lexicalist morphology hypothesis: a vindication
of inflectional and derivational morphology
John C�rdenas

Judeo-Spanish and the living museum claim: a synchronic view of a
diachronic dilemma
John C�rdenas

Lost thoughts behind Korean words
Lucia Chang

Exploring the use of the 'they' pronouns singularly in English
Shawn Johnson

A believable accent: the phonology of the Pink Panther
William Pickett

Why words and rules are not enough: the ontology of avoidance
William Pickett

Turn keeping and turn over signals in a communicative event of
accusation and indictment
Viktoria Vibokova


EUGENE H. CASAD and GARY B. PALMER (eds.), Cognitive linguistics and
non-Indo-European languages
Alan S. Kaye

NILOOFAR HAERI. Sacred Language, Ordinary People
Alan S. Kaye

MICHAEL KENSTOWICZ (ed.), Ken Hale: A life in language
Alan S. Kaye

GHILAD ZUCKERMANN. Language Contact and Lexical Enrichment in Israeli
Alan S. Kaye

California Linguistic Notes (ISSN 0741-1391) is published at the
Program in Linguistics, California State University, Fullerton,
California 92834-9480. Editor, Alan S. Kaye; Associate Editor, Robert
D. Angus.

Thanks go to Thomas P. Klammer, Dean of the College of Humanities and
Social Sciences at California State University, Fullerton, for
providing financial support to make this publication a reality once

Cognitive Science, Morphology, Phonology, Pragmatics,
Sociolinguistics, Syntax,
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