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TOC: Theoretical Linguistics Vol 29, No 1/2 (2003)

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Date: Fri, 12 Mar 2004 10:54:43 -0500 (EST)
From: julia.ulrich <julia.ulrichdegruyter.com>
Subject: Special Issue: Theoretical Linguiistics 29 - 2/1 (2003)



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Journal Title: Theoretical Linguistics
Volume Number: 29
Issue Number: 1/2
Issue Date: 2003

Subtitle: Comparative Markedness

Main text:
			
Theoretical Linguistics now appears as an open peer review
journal. Each issue contains one long target article about a topic of
general linguistic interest, together with several shorter reactions,
comments and reflections on it. This format will stimulate discussion
in linguistics and adjacent fields of study, in particular across
schools of different theoretical orientations.


Table of Contents

Theoretical Linguistics 29 - 1/2 (2003)
Special Issue: COMPARATIVE MARKEDNESS


JOHN J. MCCARTHY 
Comparative markedness 

MOIRA YIP 
Some real and not-so real consequences of comparative markedness 

MARC VAN OOSTENDORP 
Comparative markedness and containment 

MEGAN CROWHURST 
Comparative markedness and identity effects in reduplication 

LEV BLUMENFELD 
Counterfeeding, derived environment effects, and comparative
markedness

ANIA LUBOWICZ 
Local conjunction and comparative markedness 

JOAN MASCAR´┐Ż
Comparative markedness and derived environments 

JEFF MIELKE, MIKE ARMSTRONG and ELIZABETH HUME 
Looking through opacity 

JOHN J. MCCARTHY 
What does comparative markedness explain, what should it explain, and
how?

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