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Sat Sep 05 2009

TOC: NELS 1/38 (2009)

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Message 1: NELS Vol 1, No 38 (2009)
Date: 04-Sep-2009
From: Anisa Schardl <glsalinguist.umass.edu>
Subject: NELS Vol 1, No 38 (2009)
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Publisher: Graduate Linguistic Students' Association, Umass
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Journal Title: NELS
Volume Number: 1
Issue Number: 38
Issue Date: 2009


Main Text:

A Tale of Two Phases?
Calixto Agüero-Bautista
1

(Un)biased Negative Yes-No Questions in Japanese
Masahiko Aihara
13

Phasehood, Case, and Noun Incorporation
Gabriela Alboiu & Michael Barrie
25

PP Licensing in Nominalizations
Artemis Alexiadou, Elena Anagnostopoulou & Florian Schäfer
39

Tokens, Types, and Identity
Peter Alrenga
53

Right Node Raising and Prosodic Constituency
Duk-Ho An
65

Yet More Evidence for the Emptiness of Plurality
Alan Bale
75

On the Consequences of Being Small: Imperatives in Spanish
María Biezma
89

On the Interpretation of Pronouns in Spanish Imperatives
María Biezma
101

Definiteness and Scrambling in Dutch: Where theory meets practice
Geertje van Bergen & Peter de Swart
113

Licensing Negative Constituents and Negative Concord
Željko Bošković
125

Measure Noun Polysemy and Monotonicity: Evidence from Romanian Pseudopartitives
Adrian Brasoveanu
139

Optionality on the Mode of Composition and Interpretation of Noun Phrases
Heather Burnett and David-Étienne Bouchard
151

Genitive Subject Induced Derivational Islands
Pritha Chandra & Atakan Ince
165

Fragments with and without Articulated Constituents at LF
Youngju Choi and James Yoon
177

Phonological Variation and Lexical Frequency
Andries W. Coetzee
189

Similarity and Correspondence in Chol Mayan
Jessica Coon and Gillian Gallagher
203

Proper Subset Relation and Concord: Agreement in Abruzzese Possessive Copular
Constructions
Roberta D'Alessandro & Anna Maria Di Sciullo
217

When is a Pronoun Not a Pronoun? The Case of Resumptives
Hamida Demirdache & Orin Percus
231

Embedding Topic-Comment Structures Results in Intermediate Scope Readings
Christian Ebert, Cornelia Endriss & Stefan Hinterwimmer
246

Phonological Chain Shifts During Acquisition: Evidence for Lexical Optimization
Marc Ettlinger
259

Right-to-Left Biases for Vowel Harmony: Evidence from Artificial Grammar
Sara Finley and William Badecker
269

Positive Standards of Comparison
Nicholas Fleisher
283

The Puzzle of Donkey Anaphora Resolution
Francesca Foppolo
297

Real World and Copying Epenthesis: The Case of Classifier Predicates in Italian
Sign Language
Carlo Geraci
311

The Saliency Factor in Studies on the Acquisition of Principle B
Elaine Grolla
325

Forks in the Road to Rule I
Irene Heim
339

Fixed Abode: What Topical Indefinites and Wh-Terms Have in Common
Stefan Hinterwimmer & Sophie Repp
359

The Head-Internal Relativization Parameter in Gur: D and Its Typological
Implications
Ken Hiraiwa
371

Quantified Phrases without NP
Tomio Hirose & Takeru Suzuki
385

The Rhythmic Foundations of INITIAL GRIDMARK and NONFINALITY
Brett Hyde
397

Negative DPs and Scope Diminishment: Some Basic Patterns
Sabine Iatridou & Ivy Sichel
411

Gapping in Turkish
Atakan Ince
425

among-sentences
Takako Iseda & Norvin Richards
439

Gradual Learning and Faithfulness: Consequences of Ranked vs. Weighted Constraints
Karen Jesney & Anne-Michelle Tessier
449

Exceptional Finnish Reciprocals
Elsi Kaiser
463

Hiatus Resolution in Hiroshima Japanese
Shigeto Kawahara & Yurie Hara
475

Be Bound or Be Disjoint!
Andrew Kehler & Daniel Büring
487


Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

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