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Thu Sep 15 2011

TOC: University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in... 17/2 (2011)

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Message 1: University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics Vol. 17, No. 2 (2011)
Date: 14-Sep-2011
From: Working Papers <working-papersbabel.ling.upenn.edu>
Subject: University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics Vol. 17, No. 2 (2011)
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Publisher: Penn Linguistics Club
http://www.ling.upenn.edu/papers/pwpl.html

Journal Title: University of Pennyslvania Working Papers in Linguistics
Volume Number: 17
Issue Number: 2
Issue Date: 2011


Subtitle: Selected Papers from NWAV 39


Main Text:

The U. Penn Working Papers in Linguistics editorial board is pleased to announce
the publication of PWPL Volume 17.2: Selected Papers from NWAV 39.

The volume can be accessed online for free at:

http://repository.upenn.edu/pwpl/vol17/iss2

Meredith Tamminga
Editor, PWPL vol. 17.2


Contents:

On Gender Differences in the Distribution of um and uh
Eric K. Acton

The Impact of Language Revival on Linguistic Structure: Neuter Subject Pronouns
in Picard
Julie Auger

Reshaping the Vowel System: An Index of Phonetic Innovation in Canadian English
Charles Boberg

Verbal -s in Vernacular Newfoundland English: A Combined Variationist and Formal
Account of Grammatical Change
Philip Comeau

The Interaction of Transmission and Diffusion in the Spread of Linguistic Forms
Patricia Cukor-Avila and Guy Bailey

For the Record: Which Digital Media Can be Used for Sociophonetic Analysis?
Paul De Decker and Jennifer Nycz

Innovators and Innovation: Tracking the Innovators of and stuff in York English
Derek Denis

Nasal Short-a Systems vs. the Northern Cities Shift
Aaron J. Dinkin

Meaningful Variation and Bidirectional Change in Rural Child and Adolescent Language
Rania Habib

I Might Not Would Say That: A Sociolinguistic Study of Double Modal Acceptance
J. Daniel Hasty

Variation in the voseo and tuteo Negative Imperatives in Argentine Spanish
Mary Johnson and John Grinstead

Discourse Like in Quebec English
Laura Kastronic

Back to Back: The Trajectory of an Old Borrowing
Ruth King

New England Borderlands: A New Investigation of the East–West Boundary
Thomas Leddy-Cecere, Kenneth Baclawski Jr., Nacole Walker, and James Stanford

Null Subjects in Heritage Languages: Contact Effects in a Cross-linguistic Context
Naomi G. Nagy, Nina Aghdasi, Derek Denis, and Alexandra Motut

Wh-interrogatives in Brazilian Portuguese: The Influence of Common Ground
Livia Oushiro

One /a/ or Two?: Observing a Phonemic Split in Progress in the Southwest of England
Caroline Piercy

A Study of Rhythm in London: Is Syllable-timing a Feature of Multicultural
London English?
Eivind Torgersen and Anita Szakay


Linguistic Field(s): Historical Linguistics
                            Morphology
                            Phonology
                            Sociolinguistics
                            Syntax

Subject Language(s): Arabic, North Levantine (apc)
                            Arabic, North Mesopotamian (ayp)
                            English (eng)
                            Francoprovençal (frp)
                            French (fra)
                            Italian (ita)
                            Korean (kor)
                            Picard (pcd)
                            Portuguese (por)
                            Russian (rus)
                            Spanish (spa)
                            Ukrainian (ukr)
                            Chinese, Yue (yue)


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