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Volume 10 (2010)

Table of Contents

VOLAUTHORTITLE
10-08A Ofori, Seth A morphophonological analysis of onomatopoeic ideophones in Akan (Twi)
[Abstract] [African Linguistics Across the Discipline]

10-04 Puckett, Blake Central Eurasian Studies at IU (the pre-Department Years)
[Abstract] [Fulltext]

10-11A Ebarb, Kristopher
Michael R. Marlo
Conditioning factors in the realization of tone: LuNyala verbs
[Abstract] [African Linguistics Across the Discipline]

10-05 Rose, Marda Cross-language identification of Spanish consonants in English
[Abstract] [now available in Foreign Language Annals]

10-18A Siegel, Jason Decreolization: A critical review
[Abstract] [New Perspectives on Language Contact and Contact-Induced Change]

10-10A Hantgan, Abbie Does tone polarity exist? Evidence from plural formation among Bangime nouns
[Abstract] [African Linguistics Across the Discipline]

10-06A Botne, Robert Forward: African linguistics at Indiana University
[Abstract] [African Linguistics Across the Discipline]

10-14A Betters, Jennifer French lexical influence in Bamana
[Abstract] [New Perspectives on Language Contact and Contact-Induced Change]

10-16A Herring, Elizabeth Guarani and Spanish diminutive use in Paraguyan tabloids
[Abstract] [New Perspectives on Language Contact and Contact-Induced Change]

10-17A Rottet, Kevin Language contact in Welsh and Breton: The case of reciprocal and reflexive verbs
[Abstract] [New Perspectives on Language Contact and Contact-Induced Change]

10-07A Obeng, Samuel Language maintenance and shift among Akan immigrant college students in the United States
[Abstract] [African Linguistics Across the Discipline]

10-19A Steiner, B. Devan Middle English influence on Late Anglo-Norman syntax: The effect of imperfect L2 acquisition
[Abstract] [New Perspectives on Language Contact and Contact-Induced Change]

10-01 Casserly, Elizabeth Perceptual similarity across multiple sociolinguistic variables
[Abstract] [Fulltext]

10-13A Anderson, Jonathan Preliminary to preliminary: Speech rhythm in Akan (Twi)
[Abstract] [African Linguistics Across the Discipline]

10-15A Flores, Tanya Sibilants in Chinese immigrant Spanish
[Abstract] [New Perspectives on Language Contact and Contact-Induced Change]

10-12A Green, Christopher
Stuart Davis
Boubacar Diakite
Karen Baertsch
Syncope and the drive towards minimization in Colloquial Bamana
[Abstract] [African Linguistics Across the Discipline]

10-02 Fafulas, Stephen The Acquisition of a Morphosyntactic Variable in Spanish: The Analytic and Synthetic Forms of Present Progressive Aspect
[Abstract] [Fulltext]

10-03 Takeuchi, Miyuki The Perception of Geminate Stops by L1 English Learners of Japanese
[Abstract] [Fulltext]

10-09A Botne, Robert Three properties of temporal organization in Bantu T/A systems
[Abstract] [African Linguistics Across the Discipline]



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