13.914, TOC: California Linguistic Notes, Spring 2002

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Subject: 13.914, TOC: California Linguistic Notes, Spring 2002

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Date:  Thu, 28 Mar 2002 13:14:49 -0800
From:  "Kaye, Alan" <akaye at Exchange.FULLERTON.EDU>
Subject:  California Linguistic Notes (CLN), Spring, 2002

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Date:  Thu, 28 Mar 2002 13:14:49 -0800
From:  "Kaye, Alan" <akaye at Exchange.FULLERTON.EDU>
Subject:  California Linguistic Notes (CLN), Spring, 2002

California Linguistic Notes (CLN), Spring, 2002

We welcome our readers back for another edition of CLN. We are proud
to feature three articles and several reviews, and as always, we
invite commentary on any material for a subsequent issue.  This is the
beginning of the 21st year of publication under my editorship at
California State University, Fullerton, continuing in the tradition of
the more modest California Linguistic Newsletter at California State
University, Fresno, and the University of California, Riverside, where
it all began in 1969.

Alan S. Kaye
[see below for downloading]


Table of Contents:

Remarks on the speech Arabic-speaking children with cleft
palate by Kimary Shahin

Dyslexia and brain scans  by Jack  Ferguson

A tale of two sons: Morphophonemic variation from suffixation with zi
and er in Mandarin Chinese by Robert D. Angus

JADRANKA GVOZDANOVI?, Ed.,  Numeral Types and Changes Worldwide.
(Trends in Linguistics:  Studies and Monographs 118.)-- Robert D. Angus
LAURIE BAUER and PETER TRUDGILL, Eds., Language Myths -- Nadia Balkar
CHARLES BARBER. The English Language -- Nadia Balkar
Business: An International Perspective. --  Sarah A. Schmutzer

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