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Mon Mar 03 2008

TOC: Lingua 118/4 (2008)

Editor for this issue: Fatemeh Abdollahi <fatemehlinguistlist.org>

        1.    Christopher Tancock, Lingua Vol 118, No 4 (2008)

Message 1: Lingua Vol 118, No 4 (2008)
Date: 03-Mar-2008
From: Christopher Tancock <c.tancockelsevier.com>
Subject: Lingua Vol 118, No 4 (2008)
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Publisher: Elsevier Ltd

Journal Title: Lingua
Volume Number: 118
Issue Number: 4
Issue Date: 2008

Subtitle: Current emergentist and nativist perspectives on second language acquisition

Main Text:

1. Current emergentist and nativist perspectives on second language acquisition
Pages 445-446
Roger Hawkins


2. The emergentist program
Pages 447-464
William O’Grady

3. The nativist perspective on second language acquisition
Pages 465-477
Roger Hawkins

Emergentist perspectives

4. Want-to contraction in second language acquisition: An emergentist approach
Pages 478-498
William O’Grady, Michiko Nakamura and Yasuko Ito

5. The emergence of complex syntax: A longitudinal case study of the ESL
development of dependency resolution
Pages 499-521
J. Dean Mellow

6. Comparing a nativist and emergentist approach to the initial stage of SLA: An
investigation of Japanese scrambling
Pages 522-553
John N. Williams and Chieko Kuribara

Nativist perspectives

7. Sources of linguistic knowledge in the second language acquisition of English
Pages 554-576
Tania Ionin, Maria Luisa Zubizarreta and Salvador Bautista Maldonado

8. Prosodic structure and the representation of L2 functional morphology: A
nativist approach
Pages 577-594
Heather Goad and Lydia White

9. Explaining frequency of verb morphology in early L2 speech
Pages 595-612
Roger Hawkins and Gabriela Casillas


10. Can innate linguistic knowledge be eliminated from theories of SLA?
Pages 613-619
Roger Hawkins

11. Innateness, universal grammar, and emergentism
Pages 620-631
William O’Grady

12. How big is minimal?
Pages 632-635
J. Dean Mellow

13. The insufficiency of three types of learning to explain language acquisition
Pages 636-641
Gabriela Casillas

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Linguistic Field(s): Morphology
                            General Linguistics
                            Language Acquisition

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