ERIC Number: ED335883
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1989-Aug
Reference Count: N/A
Papers and Reports on Child Language Development, Number 28.
Clark, Eve V., Ed.; And Others
Papers in this volume include the following: "The Structural Sources of Verb Meaning" (Lila R. Gleitman); "Acquisition of Noun Incorporation in Inuktitut" (Shanley Allen, Martha Crago); "Why Do Children Omit Subjects?" (Paul Bloom); "Acquiring Language in a Creole Setting: Theoretical and Methodological Issues" (Lawrence D. Carrington); "Children's Knowledge of Relative Scope in Chinese" (Yu-Chin Chien, Kenneth Wexler); "Problems in the Acquisition of Grammatical Tone" (Katherine Demuth); "Acquisition of Genitive Agents in Samoan" (Alessandro Duranti, Elinor Ochs); "Acquisition of Null Subjects and Control in Some Sinhala Adverbial Clauses" (James Gair, Barbara Lust, Lelwalla Sumangala, Milan Rodrigo); "A Sensitive Period for the Acquisition of Complex Morphology: Evidence from American Sign Language" (Dennis Galvan); "Language Acquisition of the Obligatory Contour Principle in English: Evidence from Child Language" (Heather Goad); "WH-Questions and Extractions from Temporal Adverbs: A Case for Movement" (Helen Goodluck, Julie Sedivy, Michele Foley); "The Sonority Cycle in the Acquisition of Phonology" (Gita Martohardjono); "An Acoustic Analysis of Young Children's Productions of Word Stress" (Karen E. Pollock, Diane M. Brammer, Carlin F. Hageman); "How Conservative Are Children? Evidence from Auxiliary Errors" (Karin Stromswold); and "Children's Production of Subjects: Competence, Performance, and the Null Subject Parameter" (Virginia Valian). (MSE)
Descriptors: Adverbs, American Sign Language, Child Language, Chinese, Creoles, Error Patterns, Grammar, Inupiaq, Language Acquisition, Language Proficiency, Language Research, Linguistic Theory, Morphology (Languages), Nouns, Phonology, Research Methodology, Samoan, Semantics, Sentence Structure, Singhalese, Stress (Phonology), Tone Languages, Uncommonly Taught Languages, Verbs
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Stanford Univ., CA. Dept. of Linguistics.
Identifiers: Sesotho; Subject (Grammar); Wh Questions
Note: Title on cover pages varies slightly. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Child Language Research Forum (21st, Stanford, CA, April 7-9, 1989). For individual papers, see FL 019 337-351.