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Journal Title: Journal of South Asian Languages and Linguistics
Volume/Issue:   1 / 1
Date: 2014
Table of Contents: The journal (http://www.degruyter.com/jsall) provides a peer-reviewed forum for publishing original research articles and reviews in the field of South Asian languages and linguistics, with a focus on descriptive, functional and typological investigations. Descriptive analyses are encouraged to the extent that they present analyses of lesser-known languages, based on original fieldwork. Other areas covered by the journal include language change (including contact-induced change) and sociolinguistics. The journal also publishes occasional special issues on focused themes relating to South Asian languages and linguistics for which it welcomes proposals.

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Frontmatter
Page i

Editorial statement
Anju Saxena
Page 1

A morphosyntactic chain shift in the Hindi-Panjabi area: Explications and implications
Hans Henrich Hock
Page 5

Modal verbs and modal constructions in Ladakhi
Bettina Zeisler
Page 31

Sociolinguistic typology in North East India: A tale of two branches
Scott DeLancey
Page 59

Catch me if you can: Pathways of Dravidian influence in Sri Lanka Malay
Sebastian Nordhoff
Page 83

Book review
Maxwell P. Phillips
Page 103

Book review,
Harald Hammarström
Page 111
Publisher: De Gruyter Mouton
Linguistic Field(s): Historical Linguistics
Morphology
Phonology
Sociolinguistics
Syntax
Typology
Subject Language(s): Bodo
Chin, Haka
Hindi
Ladakhi
Maithili
Creole Malay, Sri Lankan
Sanskrit
Sinhalese
Tamil
Language Family(ies): Indo-Aryan
Tibeto-Burman
Bodo-Garo
Kuki-Chin
Dravidian
 
LL Issue: 25.1463