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ERIC Number: ED433710
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1998
Pages: 475
Abstractor: N/A
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LACUS Forum XXIV, [1997].
Embleton, Sheila, Ed.
Forty-one papers on language research and linguistic theory from the annual conference address these topics: linguistic philosophy; aspects of phonetics and phonology; topics in syntax; aspect; topics in semantics; topics in discourse analysis; sociolinguistics and language contact; historical linguistics; metatheory; and interdisciplinary language research. Languages studied include Welsh, Bella Coola, Hungarian, Polish, English, Japanese, Korean, Old and Middle English; Spanish and Uto-Aztecan (Tarahumara). Selected papers include: (1) "The Meaning-Text Approach to the Study of Natural Language and Linguistic Functional Models" (Mel'chuk); (2) "The Organization and Production of Narrative" (Pu); (3) "The Invisible Consonants in 'Cynghanedd' Poetry" (Griffen); (4) "A Phonetic Basis for Cross-Language Patterns in Vowel Rounding" (Hogan); (5) "Discourse and the Making of Grammatical Particles" (Chen); (6) "Four Kinds of Aspect" (Hewson); (7) "'Some' as an Expression of Approximation in English: From Partitive to Approximative" (Duffley); (8) "Alternating Semantic Polarities" (Katz); (9) "Lexical Repetition and the Given/New Distinction in Written English" (Cummings); (10) "Expository Discourse Schema for Scholarly Electronic Messages" (Hwang); (11) "A Psycholinguistic Analysis of Code-Switching" (Belyayeva); (12) "The Reality of the Classification 'Poetry' for Old English" (Collins); and (13) "Verbal Metaphors and Nonverbal Metaphorics: What Can They Teach Us?" (Baider, Roman). (MSE)
LACUS Secretary Treasurer, P.O. Box 6850, RM MH103, Fullerton, CA 92846-6850 ($45).
Publication Type: Books; Collected Works - Proceedings
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Language: English
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Authoring Institution: Linguistic Association of Canada and the United States, Chapel Hill, NC.