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Phonation types: a cross-linguistic overview

In A. Mattina & T. Montler (Eds .), American Indian linguistics and ethnography in honor of Laurence C. Thompson . Missoula, MT: University of Montana Press.


Abstract 1 LFG encodeslinguistic generalizations not in terms of formal relations in atypehierar-chy, but in terms of relations between descriptions of structures.

Linguistic Books by Noam Chomsky

"Derivation by Phase", MIT Occasional Papers in Linguistics, no. 18 , Cambridge, MA: MIT Working Papers in Linguistics, Department of Linguistic and Philosophy, 1999.

Five generations of applied linguistics

Appeared in Acta academica 31 (1): 77-98. FIVE GENERATIONS OF APPLIED LINGUISTICS: SOME FRAMEWORK ISSUES 1 Albert Weideman, Department of Didactics, University of the Western Cape, Private Bag X17, Bellville, 7535.

Brain, Language, and Linguistics

MILLENNIUM ISSUE 73 of linguistics in the United States. The study of the mind (and the brain) was considered by the dominant group of post-Bloomfieldian linguists as outside the scope of the discipline.

The Linguistics Journal June 2006 Volume 1, Number 2

4 Foreword The June edition of The Linguistics Journal presents four articles on a variety of themes. Congratulations to the authors who have successfully negotiated the review procedure.

Linguistics and Language Teaching. Friends or Foes

Linguistics and language teaching: Friends or foes? Linguistics and Language Teaching. Friends or Foes

The State of Hispanic Linguistics in the American University ...

© 2006 Hispanic Issues On Line 95 ã The State of Hispanic Linguistics in the American University: Some Trends Francisco Ocampo University of Minnesota As scholars and faculty members, we are constantly aware of our immediate academic reality but, in many cases, we tend to lose sight of the ...

Introduction to Probability Theory and Statistics for Linguistics

Marcus Kracht Department of Linguistics, UCLA 3125 Campbell Hall 405 HilgardAvenue Los Angeles, CA 90095-1543 kracht@humnet.ucla.edu

Corpora and contrastive linguistics

Contrastive linguistics and corpora 1 (draft, October 1999; please do not quote) Stig Johansson University of Oslo 1 Aim In this paper I will give a brief introduction to contrastive linguistics, with the emphasis on more recent developments.