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Publisher:	Penn Linguistics Club
			http://www.ling.upenn.edu/papers/pwpl.html 			
			
Journal Title:  University of Pennyslvania Working Papers in Linguistics 
Volume Number:  16 
Issue Number:  2 
Issue Date:  2010 


Subtitle:  Selected Papers from NWAV 38   


Main Text:  

Now online, available at:

http://repository.upenn.edu/pwpl/vol16/iss2/ 


Contents:

Preface
?Marielle Lerner

On the Role of Social Factors in the Loss of Phonemic Distinctions 
Maciej Baranowski

Lexical Diffusion in the Early Stages of the Merry-Marry Merger
Laura Baxter 

'Bad' Grammar and the Language Faculty
J.K. Chambers

Stop Signs: The Intersection of Interdental Fricatives and Identity in Newfoundland
Becky Childs, Paul De Decker, Rachel Deal, Tyler Kendall, Jennifer Thorburn,
Maia Williamson, and Gerard Van Herk

An Eleméntàry Linguistic Definition of Upstate New York
Aaron J. Dinkin and Keelan Evanini

The Gradient Nature of S-Lenition in Caleño Spanish
Richard J. File-Muriel and Earl K. Brown

Representations of Blackness by White Women: Linguistic Practice in the
Community versus the Media
Sonya Fix

The Consequences of Multicollinearity among Socioeconomic Predictors of Negative
Concord in Philadelphia
Kyle Gorman

The Effect of Dialect Features on the Perception of "Correctness" in
English-Word Voting Patterns on Forvo.com
Jessica Grieser

A Real-time Study of Future Temporal Reference in Spoken Ontarian French
D. Rick Grimm

Do Speech Evaluation Scales in a Speaker Evaluation Experiment Trigger Conscious
or Unconscious Attitudes?
Stefan Grondelaers and Roeland van Hout 

Mapping Production and Perception in Regional Vowel Shifts
Tyler Kendall and Valerie Fridland

/u/-Fronting is not Monolithic: Two Types of Fronted /u/ in Houston Anglos
Christian Koops

/s/-Deletion and the Preservation of Plurality in Modern Occitan
Laurel MacKenzie

"It's Not That Big (Of) a Deal": The Sociolinguistic Conditioning of Inverted
Degree Phrases in Washington, DC
Anastasia Nylund and Corinne Seals

Linguistic Variation and Change in Atlanta, Georgia
Hilary Prichard

Chain Shift Advancement by Children
Emily Sadlier-Brown

Using Acoustic Trajectory Information in Studies of Merger
Michael Scanlon and Alicia Beckford Wassink

Perceptual vs. Grammatical Constraints and Social Factors in Subject-Verb
Agreement in Brazilian Portuguese
Maria Marta Pereira Scherre and Anthony Julius Naro 


Linguistic Field(s): Psycholinguistics
                     Sociolinguistics
                     Syntax
                     General Linguistics
                     Phonology

Subject Language(s): English (eng)
                     Languedocien (lnc)
                     Portuguese (por)
                     Spanish (spa)




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