Aboriginal linguistics 1 (preliminary pages)
|Collections||Aboriginal Linguistics 1 / edited by Nicholas Evans & Steve Johnson. Armidale, NSW : University of New England, Dept. of Linguistics, 1988.|
|Title:||Aboriginal linguistics 1 (preliminary pages)|
|Publisher:||University of New England, Department of Linguistics|
CONTENTS: Redefining Pama-Nyungan: towards the prehistory of Australian languages / Barry J. Blake, page 1. Arguments for Pama-Nyungan as a genetic subgroup, with particular reference to initial laminalization / Nicholas Evans, page 91. Men's and women's dialects / Jean F. Kirton, page 111. Yanyuwa: 'Men speak one way, women speak another' / John Bradley, page 126. Nasal Cluster Dissimilation and constraints on phonological variables in Gurindji and related languages / Patrick McConvell, page 135. On the status of the feature rhotic in some languages of the north-west of Australia / William McGregor, page 166. Formalizing Yir-Yoront lenition / Barry Alpher, page 188. The status of classifiers in Kugu Nganhcara nominals / Steve Johnson, page 198. Review: Francesca Merlan: Ngalakan grammar, texts and vocabulary / Nicholas Evans, page 204.
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