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Tue Aug 08 2006
TOC: Toronto Working Papers in Linguistics 26 (2006)
Editor for this issue: Maria Moreno-Rollins
Toronto Working Papers in Linguistics Vol 26 (2006)
Message 1: Toronto Working Papers in Linguistics Vol 26 (2006)
From: Bridget Jankowski <http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/~twpl/contact.htm>
Subject: Toronto Working Papers in Linguistics Vol 26 (2006)
Publisher: Linguistics Graduate Course Union, University of Toronto
Journal Title: Toronto Working Papers in Linguistics
Volume Number: 26
Issue Date: 2006
Subtitle: Special Issue on Japanese Phonology and Morphology
Editors for this volume: Manami Hirayama and Kenji Oda
Series Editors: Bridget Jankowski and Tanya Slavin
TWPL is pleased to offer full-text articles for this volume free of charge.
Articles can be downloaded in PDF format from our website at:
Volume 26 (2006): Special Issue on Japanese Phonology and Morphology
Phonological Features in Japanese:
"A language-specific markedness constraint: velar elision in Japanese"
Kevin Heffernan, University of Toronto
"On the patterning of voiced stops in loanwords in Japanese"
Keren Rice, University of Toronto
Levels above Segments:
"The accentuation patterns of nominal compounds in Japanese"
Kenji Oda, University of Toronto
"Prosody of Japanese university hypocoristics"
Ben Milam, University of Toronto
"Japanese pitch accent: examination of final-accented and unaccented minimal pairs"
Yukiko Sugiyama, University at Buffalo, SUNY
"A preliminary study of postlexical syllable structure in Japanese: a view from
Manami Hirayama, University of Toronto
"Sound-symbolic approach to Japanese mimetic words"
Gergana Ivanova, York University
Morphology in Relation to Syntax and Discourse:
"The morphology of transitivity"
Naoko Tomioka, McGill University
"Properties of particle “omission” revisited"
Mitsuaki Shimojo, University at Buffalo, SUNY
Subject Language(s): Japanese (jpn)
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