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From: Keelan Evanini < keelan2 at babel.ling.upe >
Subject: University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics Vol 14, No 2 (2008)

 

	
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From: Keelan Evanini [keelan2 at babel.ling.upe]
Subject: University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics Vol 14, No 2 (2008)

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Publisher:	Penn Linguistics Club
			 			
			
Journal Title:  University of Pennyslvania Working Papers in Linguistics 
Volume Number:  14 
Issue Number:  2 
Issue Date:  2008 


Subtitle:  Selected Papers from NWAV 36   


Main Text:  

The Penn Linguistics Club is proud to announce the publication of U. Penn
Working Papers in Linguistics 14.2: Selected Papers from NWAV 36. The editorial
committee has voted to make 14.2 the first issue of PWPL to be available in free
online form only. The issue can be access for free at:

http://repository.upenn.edu/pwpl/vol14/iss2/

Elizabeth L. Coggshall
The Prosodic Rhythm of Two Varieties of Native American English

Jeremy Doernberger and Jacob Cerny
The Low Back Merger in Miami

Vanessa Shokeir
Evidence for the stable use of uptalk in South Ontario English

Molly Babel
The Phonetic and Phonological Effects of Moribundity

Maciej Baranowski
The Southern Shift in a marginally Southern dialect

Allan Bell and Andy Gibson
Stopping and Fronting in New Zealand Pasifika English

Silvia Regina de O. Cavalcante and Maria Eugênia L. Duarte
The Subject Position in Brazilian Portuguese: the Embedding of a Syntactic Change

Christina Villafaña Dalcher, Rachael-Anne Knight, and Mark J. Jones
Cue Switching in the Perception of Approximants: Evidence from Two English Dialects

Keelan Evanini
A shift of allegiance: The case of Erie and the North / Midland boundary

Josef Fruehwald
The Spread of Raising: Opacity, Lexicalization, and Diffusion

Christian Koops, Elizabeth Gentry, and Andrew Pantos
The effect of perceived speaker age on the perception of PIN and PEN vowels in
Houston, Texas

Eleanor Lawson, Jane Stuart-Smith, and James Scobbie
Articulatory Insights into Language Variation and Change: Preliminary Findings
from an Ultrasound  Study of Derhoticization in Scottish English

Tivoli Majors and Matthew J. Gordon
The [+spread] of the Northern Cities Shift

Brendan O'Connor, Maisa Taha, and Megan Sheehan
Castro's Shifters: Locating Variation in Political Discourse

Fabiana Piccolo
Perceived Sexual Orientation and Attitudes towards Sounding Gay or Straight

Maya Ravindranath
The Effect of Language Shift on a Sound Change in Progress

Anita Szakay
Social Networks and the Perceptual Relevance of Rhythm: A New Zealand Case Study

Gerard Van Herk
Fear of a Black Phonology: The Northern Cities Shift as Linguistic White Flight

Kyle Gorman
issue editor, 14.2

http://www.ling.upenn.edu/papers/pwpl.html 


Linguistic Field(s): Lexicography
                     Phonetics
                     Phonology
                     Sociolinguistics
                     Syntax
                     Discourse Analysis
                     General Linguistics






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