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Mon Mar 20 2017

TOC: University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics 23 / 1 (2017)

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Date: 20-Mar-2017
From: Working Papers <working-papersbabel.ling.upenn.edu>
Subject: University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics Vol. 23, No. 1 (2017)
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Publisher: Graduate Linguistics Society of the University of Pennsylvania
http://www.ling.upenn.edu/papers/pwpl.html

Journal Title: University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics
Volume Number: 23
Issue Number: 1
Issue Date: 2017


Main Text:

We are pleased to announce that PWPL vol. 23.1, Proceedings of the 40th Annual Penn Linguistics Conference (PLC) has been published. As of vol. 14.2, we have become a free-access online-only publication. Vol. 23.1 is available here: http://repository.upenn.edu/pwpl/vol23/iss1/. All volumes are available on our website: http://www.ling.upenn.edu/pwpl/volumes.

Preface
Kajsa Djärv and Amy Goodwin Davies

On Cognate Objects in Sason Arabic
Faruk Akkuş and Balkız Öztürk

Use of Discourse Cues During Garden-Path Resolution is Modulated by Verb Argument Structure
Ana Besserman and Elsi Kaiser

Worldlikeness: A Web-based Tool for Typological Psycholinguistic Research
Tsung-Ying Chen and James Myers

Text Alignment in Japanese Children’s Song
Sunghye Cho

Predicting Mergers in New Dialect Formation
Kajsa Djärv

Flexible Expectations of Speaker Informativeness Shape Pragmatic Inference
Sarah Fairchild and Anna Papafragou

Unsupervised Learning of Prosodic Boundaries in ASL
Joshua Falk and Diane Brentari

The German Definite Article and the ‘Sameness’ of Indices
Emily A. Hanink

Alternatives and Focus: Distribution of Chinese Relative Clauses Revisited
Yu-Yin Hsu

Variants of Indonesian Prepositions as Intra-speaker Variability at PF
Helen Jeoung and Alison Biggs

Auxiliary Verbs as Head-adjoined Expressives in Korean: Against the Aspectual Approach
Hyun Kyoung Jung and Lan Kim

Syntactic Constraints on Quantifier Domains: An Experimental Study of Adult Interpretation of the Mandarin Chinese Quantifier dou
Alan Hezao Ke, Sam Epstein, and Acrisio Pires

The Social Perception of a Sound Change
Daniel Lawrence

Case in Polish Predication and Control
Patrick Lindert

Pseudo-allomorphs in Modern Russian
Varvara Magomedova

Measuring Cross-Linguistic Influence in First- and Second-Generation Bilinguals: ERP vs. Acceptability Judgments
Gita Martohardjono, Ian Phillips, Christen N. Madsen II, Ricardo Otheguy, Richard G. Schwartz, and Valerie L. Shafer

Morpho-pragmatic Faithfulness Interacts with Phonological Markedness in Appalachian A-prefixing
Goldie Ann McQuaid

The Particle Mo in Japanese and its Roles in Numeral Indeterminate Phrases
Fumio Mohri

The Semantic Ontology of Agent and Theme: A Case Study with Event Partitioning Quantifiers in Japanese
Takanobu Nakamura

Phonetic Enhancement and Three Patterns of English a-Tensing
Yining Nie

Speech Act Phrase, Conjectural Questions, and Hearer
Takeshi Oguro

Two Mechanisms to Derive Partial Control — Evidence from German
Marcel Pitteroff, Artemis Alexiadou, and Silke Fischer

Toward the Parameter Hierarchy of Embedded Imperatives
Hiroaki Saito

Copula Distinction and Constrained Variability of Copula Use in Iberian and Mexican Spanish
Sara Sánchez-Alonso, Ashwini Deo, and María Mercedes Piñango

Lithuanian Passive-like Impersonals and Regular Passives
Milena Šereikaitė

Scope as a Diagnostic for the Position of Negation in Persian
Nazila Shafiei and Dennis Ryan Storoshenko

Multi-Value Asymmetry in Number Agreement and Concord
Zheng Shen

Morphosyntactic Interleaving in Vietnamese and Pacoh
Kobey Shwayder

Pseudo-gapping: Evidence for Overt Quantifier Raising
Hideharu Tanaka

Toyuu-reduplication and the Structure of Extended Nominal Projections in Japanese
Yuta Tatsumi

Swiping without Sluicing
Matthew Tyler

Social and Structural Constraints on a Phonetically-Motivated Change in Progress: (str) Retraction in Raleigh, NC
Eric Wilbanks

“I didn’t drink and drove a car” Neg Expresses Eccentric Triplets
Yusuke Yoda and Ryoichiro Kobayashi


Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics
                            Discourse Analysis
                            General Linguistics
                            Pragmatics
                            Psycholinguistics
                            Typology

Subject Language(s): American Sign Language (ase)
                            Arabic, Standard (arb)
                            Chinese, Mandarin (cmn)
                            English (eng)
                            Japanese (jpn)
                            Korean (kor)
                            Lithuanian (lit)
                            Pacoh (pac)
                            Persian, Iranian (pes)
                            Plautdietsch (pdt)
                            Polish (pol)
                            Russian (rus)
                            Spanish (spa)
                            Vietnamese (vie)

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