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Date: Fri, 13 Jan 95 12:57:53 ESMarkedness -- bibliography
From: Natalia Artemeva <nartemevccs.carleton.ca>
Subject: Markedness -- bibliography

 Dear List,
A couple of months ago I posted a request concerning
bibliography on markedness. Now, after I have written
my paper, I can present a list of referenses on markedness
for those who are interested in it.

 BIBLIOGRAPHY

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White, L. (1986). Markedness and parameter setting: Some implications for a
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Plenum Press.
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relative clauses and wh-questions. SSLA, 14, 39-70.
Zobl, H. (1983). Markedness and the projection problem. Language Learning, 33
(3), 293-313.
Zobl, H. (1988). Configurationality and the subset principle: the acquisition
of V1 by Japanese learners of English. In J. Pankhurst, M. Sharwood
Smith & P. V. Buren (Eds.), Learnability and second languages: A book
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Zobl, H. (1994). Markedness aspects of case-marking in L1 French - L2
English
Interlanguage. Unpublished manuscript.

I also would like to express my gratitude to all
my correspondents.
Many thanks to
linguisttamsun.tamu.edu
Jane Edwards (edwardscogsci.berkeley.edu)
Mihoko Kubota

kubotastc.ipa.go.jp
Eva Mendieta-Lombardo
emendietiunhaw1.iun.indiana.edu

 Natasha Artemeva (nartemevccs.carleton.ca)
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