Vol 17 (2003)

Proceedings of the 19th Northwest Linguistics Conference, Victoria, B.C., 2003

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Articles

A Note on the Typological Classification of Basque, Split-Intransitivity and the Unaccusative Hypothesis
Asier Alcázar
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1-10
The Relationship between Students' IQ and their Ability to Use Transitional Words and Expressions in Writing
Reza Falahati
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11-19
A Sociolinguistic Study on Multilingualism: A Domain Analysis Perspective
Javid Fereidoni
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21-28
Geolinguistic Dialect Diffusion: Data Bearing on the Wave and Gravity Models
James C. Fitzsimmons
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29-34
Japanese as an Altaic Language: An Investigation of Japanese Genetic Affiliation through Biological Findings
Yuko Igarashi
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35-47
First Language (L1) Influence on Second Language (L2) Reading: The Role of Transfer
Khaled Karim
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49-54
On Japanese Gapping in Minimalist Syntax
Kumiko Kato
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55-64
Ladino's Quirky Vowel Rule: Alternations between Diphthongs and Monothongs in Vowels Arising from the Short Mid Vowels of Latin
Anna Dailey McCartney
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65-76
Past in Japanese Relative Clauses
Hideo Makihara
77-87
Wolof Consonant Alternation: The Case of Continuancy
Stefania Marin
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89-98
Maintaining Simplicity in Dogrib Stems
Aliki Marinakis
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99-108
An Optimality Theoretic Account of Spanish Primary Nominal Stress
Jermeny C. Munson
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109-115
Agreement and Focus in Galician Inflected Infinitives
Maria del Carmen Parifita Couto
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117-126
The Phonetically Determined Distribution of ATR High Vowels in Canadian French
Gabriel Poliquin
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127-136
Xº Reflexivization and Subject Orientation in Korean and Chinese
Hong-Ki Sohng
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137-148
Voices in Japanese Animation: How People Perceive the Voices of Good Guys and Bad Guys
Mihoko Teshigawara
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149-158
More on the Semantics of Free Relatives with -ever
Victoria Tredinnick
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159-168
Markedness, Faithfulness and Constraint Promotion in OT Language Learning: Evidence from Greek Child Language
Marina Tzakosta
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169-178
Coordination Data as Evidence of Configurationality in Nakoda
Shannon West
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179-188
A Unified Analysis of the Ba-Construction
Ling Yan
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189-200
A Cognitive Account of Mandarin Coverbs
Hui Yin
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201-208
Lexically Marked and Unmarked High Vocoids in Korean: Evidence from Glide Formation in Verbs
Yungdo Yun
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209-219
Vowel Harmony in Proto-Finno-Ugric and Hungarian
Les Zsoldos
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221-229