LINGUIST List 28.3877

Thu Sep 21 2017

TOC: Journal of Language Contact 10 / 1 (2017)

Editor for this issue: Sarah Robinson <srobinsonlinguistlist.org>


Date: 21-Sep-2017
From: Maarten Frieswijk <frieswijkbrill.com>
Subject: Journal of Language Contact Vol. 10, No. 1 (2017)
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Publisher: Brill
http://www.brill.com

Journal Title: Journal of Language Contact
Volume Number: 10
Issue Number: 1
Issue Date: 2017


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One Decade of the Journal of Language Contact
Author: Robert Nicolaï
pp.: 1–4

Research Articles

Norwegian in the American Midwest: A Common Dialect?
Authors: Janne Bondi Johannessen and Signe Laake
pp.: 5–21

A Model of Underspecified Recognition for Phonological Integration: English Loan Vowels in American Norwegian
Author: David Natvig
pp.: 22–55

Between Simplification and Complexification. German, Hungarian, Romanian Noun and Adjective Morphologies in Contact
Author: Csilla-Anna Wilhelm
pp.: 56–75

Contact-Induced Change in an Oceanic Language: The Paluai – Tok Pisin Case
Author: Dineke Schokkin
pp.: 76–97

Reo Rapa: A Polynesian Contact Language
Author: Mary Walworth
pp.: 98–141

À propos de Maarten Kossmann : The Arabic Influence on Northern Berber. Compte rendu d’un travail de synthèse
Authors: Jérôme Lentin and Catherine Taine-Cheikh
pp.: 143–167

Book reviews

Portuguese-Spanish Interfaces: Diachrony, synchrony, and contact, edited by Amaral, Patrícia and Ana Maria Carvalho
Author: Sílvia Rodrigues Parrinha
pp.: 169–177

Aperçu grammatical du faisceau dialectal andalou, perspectives synchroniques, diachroniques et panchroniques, written by Federico Corriente, Christophe Pereira and Ángeles Vicente
Author: Jacques Grand’Henry
pp.: 178–180

Haitian Creole : Structure, Variation, Status, Origin, written by Valdman, Albert
Author: Dominique Fattier
pp.: 181–186

Relabeling in Language Genesis, written by Claire Lefebvre
Author: Eeva Sippola
pp.: 187–192


Linguistic Field(s): Sociolinguistics

Subject Language(s): Aimaq (aiq)
                            Bislama (bis)
                            German (deu)
                            Hungarian (hun)
                            Norwegian Nynorsk (nno)
                            Pijin (pis)
                            Romanian (ron)
                            Tok Pisin (tpi)

Language Family(ies): Polynesian

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