LINGUIST List 16.751
Sat Mar 12 2005
TOC: Toronto Working Papers in Linguistics 23 (2004)
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Toronto Working Papers in Linguistics Vol.23 (2004)
Message 1: Toronto Working Papers in Linguistics Vol.23 (2004)
From: Chiara Frigeni <cfrigenichass.utoronto.ca>
Subject: Toronto Working Papers in Linguistics Vol.23 (2004)
Publisher: Linguistics Graduate Course Union, University of Toronto
Journal Title: Toronto Working Papers in Linguistics
Volume Number: 23
Issue Date: 2004
Subtitle: volume 23.1 (Syntax and Semantics) and volume 23.2 (Phonology, Language Variation, Psycholinguistics and Language Acquisition)
Editors for this volume: Magdalena Goledzinowska and Marina Sherkina-Lieber
Series editors: Chiara Frigeni and Magdalena Goledzinowska
Order information: http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/~twpl/
CAD 14 each for vol. 23.1 and 23.2; CAD 10 for CD (both 23.1 and 23.2), plus
TWPL vol. 23.1 Syntax and Semantics:
"On quantifiers and bare nouns in Inuktitut"
Richard Compton, University of Toronto
"'How do you miss your external argument?' Non-active voice alternations in
Chiara Frigeni, University of Toronto
"Focus constructions and wh-questions in Tagalog: A unified analysis"
Raphael Mercado, McGill University
"Focus fronting in wh-questions in Inuktitut"
Marina Sherkina-Lieber, University of Toronto
"Topic-comment resumptive pronouns in Modern French and Old and Middle French"
Michelle Troberg, University of Toronto
TWPL vol. 23.2 Phonology, Language Variation, Psycholinguistics and Language
"Unconditional neutrality: Vowel harmony in a two-place model"
Alex D’Arcy, University of Toronto
"Downstep and prosodic structure in Japanese"
Midori Hayashi, University of Toronto
"Evidence from HNR that /s/ is a social marker of gender"
Kevin Heffernan, University of Toronto
"A transatlantic perspective of variation and change in English deontic modality"
Bridget Jankowski, University of Toronto
Psycholinguistics and Language Acquisition
"The key to the cabinets are rusty and unhinged: The conceptual and functional
effects on the predicate on agreement error rates"
Christine M. Pittman, University of Toronto
"Error patterns in the acquisition of German plural morphology: Evidence for
the relevance of grammatical gender as a cue"
Bettina Spreng, University of Toronto
Subject Language(s): English (ENG)
Inuktitut, Eastern Canadian (ESB)
Inuktitut, Western Canadian (ESC)
Middle French (FRX)
Old French (OFR)
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