ERIC Number: ED342256
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1988
Reference Count: N/A
Kansas Working Papers in Linguistics. Volume 13.
Abu-Ali, Beth, Ed.; Bruch, Julie, Ed.
Fourteen original research papers by faculty and students of the Linguistics Department and other related departments of the University of Kansas are presented. The titles and authors are as follows: "A Kinesic Approach to Understanding Communication and Context in Japanese" (Bruch); "Correlations between the Three Level Tones and Vowel Durations in Standard Thai" (Deepadung); "On Predicting the Glottal Stop in Hualapai" (Folarin); "Prefix "oni" in Yoruba" (Folarin); "The Study of Minority Languages in China" (He); "Lexical, Functional Grammar Analysis of Korean Complex Predicates" (Kim); "In the Social Register: Pronoun Choice in Norwegian and English" (Mills); "Diphthongization, Syllable Structure and the Feature [high] in Hmu" (Mills, Strecker); "A Transitional Orthography for Northern Canadian Native Languages" (Proulx); "A Relic of Proto-Siouan *ro/no 'One' in Mississippi Valley Siouan" (Rankin); "Making Sense in ESL: A Set of Three Rhetorical Structures" (Scott); "The Path Containment Condition and Argument Structure" (Stroik); "Social Deixis in Sinhalese: The Pronoun System" (Tilakaratne); and "The Behavior of Non-Terms in Shaba Swahili: A Relational Approach" (Obeidat, Kapanga). (LB)
Descriptors: American Indian Languages, Anthropological Linguistics, Body Language, Canada Natives, Contrastive Linguistics, Cultural Context, English (Second Language), Foreign Countries, Grammar, Japanese, Korean, Language Research, Lexicology, Minority Groups, Norwegian, Pronouns, Pronunciation, Singhalese, Sociolinguistics, Stress (Phonology), Structural Analysis (Linguistics), Swahili, Syllables, Thai, Uncommonly Taught Languages, Vowels, Yoruba
Linguistics Graduate Student Association, Editors, KWPL, Department of Linguistics, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS 66045 ($10.00 postpaid; $11.50 outside U.S.).
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Kansas Univ., Lawrence. Linguistics Graduate Student Association.
Identifiers - Location: Africa; China