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Proceedings of the 42nd Australian Linguistic Society Conference – 2011

dc.contributor.authorAustralian Linguistic Society. Conference
dc.contributor.editorPonsonnet, Maïa
dc.contributor.editorDao, Loan
dc.contributor.editorBowler, Margit
dc.identifier.citationPonsonnet, M., Dao. L, & Bowler, M. (Eds.). (2012). Proceedings of the 42nd Australian Linguistic Society Conference – 2011, Australian National University, Canberra ACT, 2-4 December 2011. Canberra, ACT: Australian Linguistic Society,
dc.description.sponsorshipANU College of Arts & Social Sciences, School of Language Studies; ANU College of Asia and the Pacific, School of Culture, History and Language
dc.format462 pages
dc.publisherAustralian Linguistic Society
dc.rightsCopyright remains with the authors. Permission has been given to deposit these papers and make them publicly available - emails from editor of proceedings, dated 30/08/12 and 8/10/12
dc.titleProceedings of the 42nd Australian Linguistic Society Conference – 2011
local.description.notes"The 2011 Conference of the Australian Linguistic Society was ... hosted jointly by the School of Language Studies and the School of Culture, History and Language. The Conference convenors were Jane Simpson and Nicholas Evans" - from Proceedings, Editorial Note. The proceedings were edited by Maïa Ponsonnet, Loan Dao & Margit Bowler
local.type.statusPublished Version
local.contributor.affiliationPonsonnet, Maïa, ANU College of Asia and the Pacific Studies, School of Culture, History and Language
dc.description.tableofcontentsCONTENTS: Taking to the airwaves: A strategy for language revival / ROB AMERY, page 5 - *** Sad stories: A preliminary study of NAPLAN practice texts analysing students’ second language linguistic resources and the effects of these on their written narratives / DENISE ANGELO, page 27 - *** The Vietnamese classifiers ‘CON’, ‘CÁI’: and the natural semantic metalanguage (NSM) approach: Preliminary study / LOAN DAO, page 58 - *** Grammar rules, OK? What works when teaching a higly endangered Aboriginal language versus a strong languages / MARY-ANNE GALE, page 75 - *** I can haz language play: The construction of language and identity in LOLspeak / LAUREN GAWNE and JILL VAUGHAN, page 97 - *** Case marking (accounts) in collapse: Evidence from Early Modern Dutch egodocuments (1572-1573) / JENNIFER HENDRIKS, page 123 - *** The linguistic anatomy of individual differences in Japanese monologues: Focusing on particles and interjections / SHUNICHI ISHIHARA, page 152 - *** The morphosyntax of a created language of the Philippines: Folk linguistic effects and the limits of relexification / PIERS KELLY, page 179 - *** Simplifying a system: A story of language change in Lelepa, Vanuatu / SÉBASTIEN LACRAMPE, page 224 - *** The semantics of Cantonese utterance particle laa1 / HELEN LEUNG, page 246 - *** On conversational valence and the definition of interjections / ALAN LIBERT, page 282 - *** Non-referential actor indexing in Nehan / JOHN OLSTAD, page 297 - *** Non-finite complementation in French L2: A learner corpus approach / HUGUES PETERS, page 316 - *** Body-parts in Dalabon and Barunga Kriol: Matches and mismatches / MAÏA PONSONNET, page 352 - *** The expression of potential event modality in the Papuan language of Koromu / CAROL PRIESTLEY, page 389 - *** Musicolinguistic artistry of niraval in Carnatic vocal music / MAHESH RADHAKRISHNAN, page 423 -
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