LINGUIST List 9.1669

Tue Nov 24 1998

TOC: Leeds Working Papers

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  1. PAUL FOULKES, Leeds Working Papers in Linguistics and Phonetics

Message 1: Leeds Working Papers in Linguistics and Phonetics

Date: Fri, 20 Nov 1998 10:19:33 GMT0BST
Subject: Leeds Working Papers in Linguistics and Phonetics

After a period of hibernation we are pleased to announce the resumed
publication of Leeds Working Papers in Linguistics and Phonetics. 

Institutions which have an exchange agreement with Leeds will receive 
a copy in the next few weeks. Other institutions interested in 
starting an exchange are invited to contact the Editor at the address 
below. For individuals who wish to purchase a copy, the price per 
copy is 4 pounds sterling (within EU), 5 pounds sterling elsewhere 
(payment in pounds sterling only, please). Contact the Editor at the 
address below:

Paul Foulkes
Department of Linguistics and Phonetics
University of Leeds
Leeds LS2 9JT


The contents of Issue 6:

Methodological considerations in a small-scale sociolinguistic pilot 
study (Louise Cunningham)	 

English [r]-sandhi: a sociolinguistic perspective (Paul Foulkes)

The mora, compensatory lengthening, and a two-tier theory of
quantity (Anthony Fox)

An unusual kind of sonority and its implications for phonetic 
theory (Barry Heselwood)

Bilingualism and diglossia in Sardinia (Maria Chiara La Sala)

Language variation and innovation in Middlesbrough: a pilot 
study (Carmen Llamas)

Four past tense morphemes in Khalkh Mongol (Diane Nelson, T.T.L. 
Davidson, Narantuya, Narmandah, and Judith Nordby)

Italian radio phone-in openings: some effects of time 
restrictions (Barbara Settineri)

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