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        1.    Christopher Tancock, Lingua Vol. 120, No. 10 (2010)

Message 1: Lingua Vol. 120, No. 10 (2010)
Date: 09-Aug-2010
From: Christopher Tancock <>
Subject: Lingua Vol. 120, No. 10 (2010)
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Publisher: Elsevier Ltd

Journal Title: Lingua Volume Number: 120 Issue Number: 10 Issue Date: 2010

Subtitle: Morphological variation in Japanese

Main Text:


1. Morphological variation in JapanesePages 2319-2322Jeroen van de Weijer, Tetsuo Nishihara


2. Accentuation of alphabetic acronyms in varieties of JapanesePages 2323-2335Haruo Kubozono

3. No consonant-final stems in Japanese verb morphologyPages 2336-2352Kuniya Nasukawa

4. Penultimate accent in Japanese predicates and the verb–noun distinctionPages 2353-2366Kunio Nishiyama

5. Morphological variation in Japanese compounds: The case of hoodai and thenotion of “compound-specific submeaning”Pages 2367-2387Takayasu Namiki

6. Variation in N-V compound verbs in JapanesePages 2388-2404Yoko Yumoto

7. Variation between endocentric and exocentric word structuresPages 2405-2423Taro Kageyama

Regular Articles

8. Theme–goal ditransitives and theme passivisation in British English dialectsPages 2424-2443William Haddican

9. Scalar implicatures in second language acquisitionPages 2444-2462Roumyana Slabakova

10. Variable dialect switching among African American children: Inferences aboutworking memoryPages 2463-2475J.M. Terry, R. Hendrick, E. Evangelou, R.L. Smith

11. Vestige Theory: Sociolinguistic evidence for output–output constraintsPages 2476-2496Andrew Kostakis

12. Contrastive pronouns in null-subject Romance languagesPages 2497-2514Laia Mayol

Book Reviews

13. Meter in Poetry. Nigel Fabb, Morris Halle, Cambridge University Press,Cambridge (2008). (With a chapter on Southern Romance meters by Carlos Piera),p. 312, Price: $130, ISBN: 9780521885645.Pages 2515-2521Bruce Hayes

14. How to marry (structuralist) contrast and (generative) processingPages 2522-2534Tobias Scheer

For more information on this Lingua special issue, see: visit the journal homepage at:

Linguistic Field(s): Morphology                             Phonology                             Sociolinguistics                             General Linguistics                             Language Acquisition
Subject Language(s): Japanese (jpn)

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