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Journal Title: Studies in Second Language Acquisition
Volume/Issue:   29 / 2
Date: 2007
Table of Contents: Second Language Acquisition of Relative Clauses
by Susan M. Gass, Junkyu Lee
pp 329-335

Acquisition of Relative Clauses in Relation to Language Universals
by John A. Hawkins
pp 337-344

The Noun Phrase Accessibility Hierarchy: Lame Duck or Dead Duck in Theories of SLA?
by Roger Hawkins
pp 345-349

Universals, Methodology, and Instructional Intervention on Relative Clauses
by Shinichi Izumi
pp 351-359

Second Language Acquisition of Relative Clauses in the Languages of East Asia
by Alan Juffs
pp 361-365

Interaction of Multiple Factors in Relative Clause Construal and Acquisition
by Yoshiko Matsumoto
pp 367-374

by Yasuhiro Shirai, Hiromi Ozeki
pp 155-167

Teaching Relative Clauses in Japanese: Exploring Alternative Types of Instruction and the Projection Effect
by pp 219-252

Does the Noun Phrase Accessibility Hierarchy Predict the Difficulty Order in the Acquisition of Japanese Relative Clauses?
by Hiromi Ozeki, Yasuhiro Shirai
pp 169-196

Factors Affecting the Processing of Japanese Relative Clauses by L2 Learners
by Kazue Kanno
pp 197-218

Development of Relativization in Korean as a Foreign Language: The Noun Phrase Accessibility Hierarchy in Head-Internal and Head-External Relative Clauses
by K. Seon Jeon, Hae-Young Kim
pp 253-276

Relative Clauses in Cantonese-English Bilingual Children: Typological Challenges and Processing Motivations
by Virginia Yip, Stephen Matthews
pp 277-300

The Acquisition of Relative Clauses in Relation to Language Typology
by Bernard Comrie
pp 301-309

A Construction-Based Analysis of the Acquisition of East Asian Relative Clauses
by Holger Diessel
pp 311-320

Hypotheses and Methods in Second Language Acquisition: Testing the Noun Phrase Accessibility Hierarchy on Relative Clauses
by Fred R. Eckman
pp 321-327

Acquisition of Relative Clauses in Relation to Language
by pp 337-344

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Language Acquisition
Subject Language(s): Japanese
Chinese, Yue
LL Issue: 18.1445