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TOC: Toronto Working Papers in Linguistics 24 (2005)
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Toronto Working Papers in Linguistics Vol. 24 (2005)
Message 1: Toronto Working Papers in Linguistics Vol. 24 (2005)
From: Chiara Frigeni <cfrigenichass.utoronto.ca>
Subject: Toronto Working Papers in Linguistics Vol. 24 (2005)
Publisher: Linguistics Graduate Course Union, University of Toronto
Journal Title: Toronto Working Papers in Linguistics
Volume Number: 24
Issue Date: 2005
Subtitle: Similarity in Phonology
Toronto Working Papers in Linguistics is pleased to announce its latest volume:
volume 24 (2005) : Special Issue on Similarity in Phonology
CAD 15 for paper, CAD 10 for CD, plus shipping
Editors for this volume: Chiara Frigeni, Manami Hirayama, Sara Mackenzie
Series editors: Chiara Frigeni, Magdalena Goledzinowska
TABLE OF CONTENTS
(for abstracts please go to http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/~twpl/volume24.html):
'Liquid asymmetries in French and Spanish'
Laura Colantoni and Jeffrey Steele, University of Toronto
'The development of liquids from Latin to Campidanian Sardinian: The role of
contrast and structural similarity'
Chiara Frigeni, University of Toronto
Keren Rice, University of Toronto
'R diphthongs in French lexifier creoles: Evidence from Haitian'
Emmanuel Nikiema and Parth Bhatt, University of Toronto
'Loanword adaptation and the evaluation of similarity'
Jonathon Herd, University of Toronto
'Phonetic similarity and phonemic contrast in loanword adaptation'
Kevin Heffernan, University of Toronto
'Place asymmetry and markedness of labials in Japanese'
Manami Hirayama, University of Toronto
'Similarity and contrast in consonant harmony systems'
Sara MacKenzie, University of Toronto
'Vietnamese tonal system in Nghi Loc'
Hoa Pham, University of Florida
'The accentuation patterns of nominal compounds in Japanese: A preliminary study'
Kenji Oda, University of Toronto
Subject Language(s): French (FRN)
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