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Working papers in linguistics.
by University of Portsmouth, School of Languages and Area Studies in Portsmouth
Written in English
|Statement||edited by Paul Rastall.|
|Contributions||Rastall, P. R. 1951-, University of Portsmouth. School of Languages and Area Studies.|
UGA Working Papers in Linguistics is an online, peer-reviewed journal published by the Linguistics Society at UGA that showcases current research by student and faculty linguists at UGA in annual issues and other special still in its early stages, the goal of this journal is to be a venue for quality, scholarly work in the field of linguistics, drawing readership . Working Papers in Educational Linguistics (WPEL) is a student managed journal that presents work primarily by students and faculty within the University of Pennsylvania 's focus is on research specifically related to areas of educational of interest include, but are not limited to, second language acquisition, sociolinguistics, interlanguage .
University of Washington Working Papers in Linguistics (UWWPL) The Linguistics Department at the University of Washington is pleased to present the UWWPL online. The menu to the left can be used to navigate the volumes. Beginning in with vol . Oxford Working Papers in Linguistics, Philology and Phonetics presents research being undertaken by past and present staff and graduate students from the University of Oxford. The current volume concentrates on topics in Syntax and Semantics, with two papers from the field of Computational Linguistics.
Here are the tables of contents for published volumes of Penn Working Papers in Linguistics (PWPL). Starting with volume , all papers are published online through ScholarlyCommons and can be downloaded free of charge. Some papers from older volumes are also available online through the links below. 2. Journal articles, book chapters, and working papers. Thematic consonants in Manam transitive verbs. Anthropological Linguistics – (Also in University of Hawai‘i Working Papers in Linguistics 10(1)– Object marking in Manam verbs. University of Hawai‘i Working Papers inLinguistics 10(1)–
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Working Papers in Linguistics is an occasional publication of the Department of Linguistics of Ohio State University and usually contains articles written by students and faculty in the department.
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This presented research undertaken by former and current staff and graduate students from the University of Oxford. VOL Papers in Phonetics and Computational Linguistics Editors: ‘Oiwi Parker Jones and Elinor Payne.
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What are working papers. Working Papers are pre-publication versions of academic articles, book chapters, or reviews. Papers posted on this site are in progress, under submission, or in press and forthcoming elsewhere.
Although, as far as we know, this is the first Working Papers series in the field of Classics, such series are very common. Publications at the Department of Linguistics at the University of Maryland. Cross-linguistically, numerically-quantified expressions vary in terms of their internal syntactic structure (e.g.
the category of the numeral, its position in the nominal projection) as well as interaction with the external syntax (e.g. occurring in the subject positions, determining agreement and concord).
UCLA Occasional Papers in Linguistics. Our occasional papers are now available in free, downloadable PDF form. Unfortunately, we are no longer producing paper copies. However, we have a very limited supply of a few of our publications still in stock that we will continue to sell on a first-come, first-served basis.
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SOAS Working Papers in Linguistics are an outlet for research in progress conducted by staff, research students and research associates in the Department of Linguistics at SOAS.
The most recent edition in the series is Volume Content from selected earlier volumes is. Reading Working Papers in Linguistics. The following Working Papers in Linguistics (produced by the former Department of Linguistic Science, and by the School of Linguistics and Applied Language Studies, at the University of Reading) can be accessed online: Reading Working Papers in Linguistics 8 () Edited by Michalis Georgiafentis and.
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Kansas Working Papers in Linguistics (KWPL), ISSN (print), ISSN (electronic) is an annual publication of the University of Kansas Department of Linguistics.
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