ERIC Number: ED461255
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1994-May
Reference Count: N/A
Encuentro de Linguistica en el Noroeste (2nd, Hermosillo, Mexico, November 18-20, 1992). Memorias Tomos 1 y 2 (Conference on Linguistics in the Northwest [2nd, Hermosillo, Mexico, November 18-20, 1992]. Papers Volumes 1 and 2).
Sonora Univ. (Mexico), Dept. of Letters and Linguistics.
Papers in these volumes were presented at a Mexican conference on linguistics. Most papers are in Spanish; the English translations of the titles include the following: "Directions in Contemporary Semantics" (L. Lara); "Regular Accentuation in Spanish" (C. Braithwaite); "Syntactic Order in Sonoran" (D. Brown); "Speech Datives or Interest/Not of Interest" (R. Maldonado); "Adverbial Noun Phrases and Adverbs Proper" (I. Zatarian); "Modal Constructions" (E. Trevino); "Conjugation of Conjunctions in Northern Tepehuan" (B. Bascom); "Some Idiosyncratic Orthographic Conventions of Southern Durango" (L. Volpe); "Tepehuan Yutoaztec Origins or Nuhuatl Object Prefixes" (K. Dakin); "Dialects of Guarijio" (R. Escalante); "Theorectical Problems in the Dialectology Study of Syntactic Aspects of Pima Bajo" (Z. Fernandez); "Types of Predicates with Copula in Southern Durango Tepehuan" (V. Flores, L. Volpe); "Syntactic Nature of Argument Structure" (K. Hale); "Fast and Slow in Tohonno O'odham" (J. Hill); Nominalized Clauses in Ute" (T. Givon); "Classification of the Southern Yutoaztec Languages" (W. Miller); "Non-referrential Expressions in O'Odham" (D. Payne); "Personal Number Morphemes in Southeastern Tepehuan" (T. Willett); "Possession in Yucateco Mayan" (F. Chel); "Change of Voice in Chuj" (C. Buenrosto); "External and Internal Linguistic Change in the Morphological Structure of Southwestern Vizcaino" (A. Urkiza); "Numbers in Seri" (M. Moser, S. Marlett); "Guillemin's Mexican Apache Vocabulary" (W. de Reuse); "Grammaticalization of Verbs of Movement in Akateko" (R. Zavala);"Reading and Textual Typology" (A. Rojas, M. Camargo); "Nahuatl Language or Mexican Language? A 19th Century Dissent" (B. Cifuentes, V. Peralta); "Intensive and Frequentive in Classical Nahuatl Expropriation Discourse" (R. Ortiz); "The Discourse of Expropriation" (M. Montes de Oca); "Routines that Count" (C. Nieto); "Voice of the Voiceless" (T. Dounce); "Testimony in Oral History and the Disturbing Work of Editing: An Anthropological Pespective" (T. Dounce); "Reality and Ethnoscience" (S. Cuevas); "Ethnosemantics of Kiliwa Kinship" (M. Mixco); "Reading Process in Primary Schoolchildren in Hermosillo" (A. Vidal, R. Anguiano); "Rule Transferral" (R. Mejia); "Linguistic Complexities (Endophoric References) in Textbooks" (A. Ugalde); "First Sound Correspondence in Writing" (S. Vernon); and"The Nature of Language and Problems in the Rehabilitation of Deaf Children" (B. Radelli). (KM)
Descriptors: American Indian Languages, Applied Linguistics, Discourse Analysis, Ethnology, Foreign Countries, Grammar, Indigenous Populations, Language Classification, Language Patterns, Language Research, Linguistic Theory, Mayan Languages, Semantics, Spanish, Structural Analysis (Linguistics), Uncommonly Taught Languages, Uto Aztecan Languages, Written Language
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Sonora Univ. (Mexico), Dept. of Letters and Linguistics.
Note: Funded by Consejo Nacional de Ciencia y Technologia.