Functionalism and Formalism in Linguistics: Volume I: General papers

@inproceedings{Darnell1999FunctionalismAF,
  title={Functionalism and Formalism in Linguistics: Volume I: General papers},
  author={Michael Darnell and Edith A. Moravcsik and Michael Noonan and Frederick J. Newmeyer and Kathleen Wheatley},
  year={1999}
}
Neotropical Thoasia Liebke, 1939 and Straneotia Mateu, 1961 of the Cryptobatida group, subtribe Agrina: Taxonomic revisions with notes on their ways of life (Insecta, Coleoptera, Carabidae, Lebiini)
Abstract Thoasia Liebke, 1939 and Straneotia Mateu, 1961 of the Cryptobatida group, subtribe Agrina, Lebiini, living in the Neotropics are diagnosed, described, and illustrated. Occurrences of knownExpand
Chapter 1 Introduction : The Phonetic Bases of Phonological Markedness
Donca Steriade " If phonological systems were seen as adaptations to universal performance constraints on speaking, listening and learning to speak, what would they be like? " Lindblom (1990: 102)
Phonological Acquisition in Optimality Theory: The Early Stages 1
Recent experimental work indicates that by the age of ten months, infants have already learned a great deal about the phonotactics (legal sounds and sound sequences) of their language. This learningExpand
The effect of input on bilingual adolescents’ long-term language outcomes in a foreign language instruction context
The aim of the current study is twofold: to examine the effects of input on bilingual adolescents’ long-term second language (L2) outcomes in a minority/foreign language context; and to understandExpand
The true cause of word-order harmonies – a reply to
We answer Hawkins’s question why functional grammar is ‘functional’, reciprocating the question to his processing explanation of word-order variation. Our own research uncovers a link betweenExpand
MICHAEL ASHBY (UCL): ‘Northcote Whitridge Thomas on tone in Igbo (1914): A replication from the original field recordings’ Northcote Whitridge Thomas (1868–1936) was a British anthropologist who conducted extensive fieldwork in Nigeria and Sierra Leone in the years 1909–1914,
Northcote Whitridge Thomas (1868–1936) was a British anthropologist who conducted extensive fieldwork in Nigeria and Sierra Leone in the years 1909–1914, collecting approximately 700 wax cylinderExpand
Voicing in transition. Laryngeal characteristics in West-Germanic and Italo-Romance dialects
\ }S0952675702004311 Johnson, K. (1996). Speech perception without speaker normalization. In K. Johnson & J. W. Mullennix (Eds.), Talker variability in speech processing (pp. 145–165). San Diego:Expand
Knowledge of the OV parameter setting at 19 months: Evidence from Hindi–Urdu
Although there is extensive evidence for early parameter setting in the syntactic productions of young children, much less is known about parameter setting before production starts. Franck et al.Expand
Maximal prominence and a theory of possible licensors
Languages often single out prominent positions for special consideration, allowing certain elements to appear only in those positions. Often material in the prominent position surfaces faithfully butExpand
Control vs. complex predication
TLDR
The paper argues that events embedded under a control or raising predicate are less tightly connected to the matrix verb/event than is the case in complex predication and that the different degrees of cohesion between events must be understood as reflecting embedding within different modules of grammar. Expand
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