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LINGUIST List 20.4054

Fri Nov 27 2009

Qs: Searching for Bowerman (1989) Paper

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        1.    Hassan El-Nabih, Searching for Bowerman (1989) Paper

Message 1: Searching for Bowerman (1989) Paper
Date: 26-Nov-2009
From: Hassan El-Nabih <elnabihbc.edu>
Subject: Searching for Bowerman (1989) Paper
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I have been looking for an article written by Bowerman, M. (see details
below). Even the interlibrary loan service at my university (Boston
College) could not help in this regard as the article seems to be an
unpublished conference paper, with no library holdings.

I wonder if someone has this article or at least the contact information
(email address) of the article author.

The article is:
Bowerman, M. (1989). When a patient is the subject: sorting out passives,
anticausatives, and middles in the acquisition of English. Ms. Max Planck
Institute for Psycholinguistics, Nijmegen, the Netherlands. Paper presented
at the Symposium on Voice University of Santa Barbara, California.

Thank you for any assistance you can offer!

Linguistic Field(s): Language Acquisition

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