The Resource Precis from the Fifteenth Conference on African Linguistics : UCLC, March 29-32, 1984, edited by Russell G. Schuh

Precis from the Fifteenth Conference on African Linguistics : UCLC, March 29-32, 1984, edited by Russell G. Schuh

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Precis from the Fifteenth Conference on African Linguistics : UCLC, March 29-32, 1984
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Precis from the Fifteenth Conference on African Linguistics
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UCLC, March 29-32, 1984
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edited by Russell G. Schuh
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.S85 no.9
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1984
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Conference on African Linguistics
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1941-2016
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  • Schuh, Russell G.
  • University of California, Los Angeles
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  • African languages
  • African languages
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Precis from the Fifteenth Conference on African Linguistics : UCLC, March 29-32, 1984, edited by Russell G. Schuh
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"The papers in this volume were presented at the Fifteenth Conference on African Linguistics ... Though the papers here are called "précis", they are really full papers."
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographies
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volume
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txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • (4 p.).
  • Expression of negation in Egyptian Colloquial Arabic (ECA)
  • Hany Amin Azer
  • (4 p.).
  • Gumuz, Koman, Mao, and Omotic
  • M. Lionel Bender
  • (3 p.).
  • Quantitative analysis of Swahili vocabulary
  • Elena Bertoncini
  • (5 p.).
  • Some theoretical issues in borrowing and code-switching
  • Nominative/agreement complementarity and vso order in standard Arabic
  • Hagit Borer
  • (6 p.).
  • African language usage in the classroom, reported and covered
  • Dianne C Bowcock
  • (6 p.).
  • Wh-movement in Yoruba
  • Vicki Carstens
  • (6 p.).
  • Three cases of downstep in Venda
  • F. Niyi Akinnaso
  • Farida Cassimjee
  • (4 p.).
  • Appendix in parametric phonology
  • Monik Charette
  • (5 p.).
  • Semisegmental phonology
  • Donald G Churma
  • (3 p.)
  • (5 p.).
  • Place of Jiiddu in proto-Soomaali
  • Mohamed Nuuh Ali
  • (5 p.).
  • On the reality of vowel coalescence in Yoruba
  • Oladele Awobuluyi
  • (3 p.).
  • Syntactic binding and relative aspect markers in Hausa
  • Anthony R Davis
  • (6 p.).
  • Niger-Congo noun class agreement systems in historical and acquisition perspective
  • Katherine Demuth
  • (5 p.).
  • Intonation system of Isoko
  • Shirley Donwa-Ifode
  • (7 p.).
  • Destruction of tonal structure in Mende
  • Segmental, automelodic view of Mende tone
  • David Dwyer
  • (5 p.).
  • Swahili gestures : comment (vielezi) and exclamations (viingizi)
  • Carol M Eastman
  • (5 p.).
  • Egyptian Arabic and English : nativization process
  • Atteya Yussif El-Noory
  • (5 p.).
  • Question formation in Kusaal
  • Elizabeth Cowper
  • Nora C England
  • (6 p.).
  • Rivers Pidgin (Creole) English : tone, stress, or pitch-accent language?
  • Nicholas Faraclas
  • (3 p.)
  • (6 p.).
  • One father or two? : polysemy in kinship terms
  • Chet A Creider
  • (6 p.).
  • Microcomputers and African research
  • Gerard M Dalgish
  • (5 p.).
  • Cleft constructions
  • H.F Hailu
  • (7 p.).
  • Some syllable structure based rules of Tunisian Arabic
  • Hafedh Halila
  • (6 p.).
  • Arabic doubled verb conspiracy and morpheme invariance
  • Grover Hudson
  • (5 p.).
  • Borrowed logophoricity?
  • Wh-movement and relativization in two Creole languages : Cape Verdean (CV) and Haitian (H)
  • John P Hutchinson
  • (5 p.).
  • Dependency relations in syntax : the mysterious case of the empty determiner in Aghem
  • Larry M Hyman
  • (6 p.).
  • Raising in Fur
  • Janice L Jake
  • (6 p.).
  • o epenthesis : a positional treatment of Swahili pronominal clitics
  • Zygmunt Frajzyngier
  • Camillia N Keach
  • (5 p.).
  • On core syllables in modern Arabic dialects
  • Michael Kenstowicz
  • (5 p.)
  • (5 p.).
  • Autosegmental Babanki
  • Gary M Gilligan
  • (4 p.).
  • Bantu -a- : the far past in the far past
  • John Goldsmith
  • (5 p.).
  • Intonation in Chadic languages
  • William R Leben
  • (5 p.).
  • Relative clauses in Anlo Ewe
  • Marshall Lewis
  • (5 p.).
  • On certain nominal patterns in Tigrinya
  • Jean Lowenstamm
  • (7 p.).
  • Morpheme alternation in Tangale : a syllable structure approach
  • Ideophone as a syntactic category in the southern Bantu languages
  • C.T.D Marivate
  • (5 p.).
  • Vowel harmony in Kipsigis
  • Bruce Martin
  • (5 p.).
  • Some aspects of consonantal sound change in Kikamba
  • Peter Mumo Maundu
  • (4 p.).
  • Some phonological problems that face Arab learners of English
  • Mairo Kidda
  • Girgis Z Messiha
  • (4 p.).
  • Stylistic rules in classical Arabic and the levels of grammar
  • M.A Mohammad
  • (5 p.)
  • (8 p.).
  • Doublets in Kinyarwanda : an inquiry into the process of sign-production
  • Alexandre Kimenyi
  • (5 p.).
  • Ma- prefix in Afroasiatic
  • Karen Lahaie
  • (6 p.).
  • New analysis of the Krio cleft predicate
  • Dudley K Nylander
  • (3 p.).
  • Problems in the metrical representation of tone
  • David Odden
  • (4 p.).
  • Fini/l'infini ou l'affirmation/l'interrogation en moba (language voltaïque parlée au Nord-Togo)
  • Annie Rialland
  • (4 p.).
  • Tone splitting and Gwandara ethnohistory
  • Serial verbs and government binding theory
  • Ian Roberts
  • (7 p.).
  • Phonology of Banda-Tangbago
  • Douglas L Sampson
  • (6 p.).
  • Metrico-syllabic approach : evidence in Kinyarwanda
  • Paul Sauvageau
  • (7 p.).
  • Development of case and focus in Umbundu
  • Paul Newman
  • Thilo C Schadeberg
  • (3 p.)
  • (5 p.).
  • Acoustic analysis of vowels and diphthongs in Cairo Arabic
  • Kjell Norlin
  • (7 p.).
  • "Indigenous versus foreign" controversy about the sources of Swahili vocabulary
  • Derek Nurse
  • (6 p.).
  • Objects in Gorkana
  • Donna Wagner
  • (5 p.).
  • Some aspects of LF movement in Iraqi Arabic
  • Wafaa Wahba
  • (6 p.).
  • Influence of Arabic on the syntax of Swahili discourse
  • Benji Wald
  • (3 p.).
  • Downstep in the Kipare verb complex
  • Language contact and grammatical interference : Haus and Zarma in Niamey, Niger
  • Jennifer J Yanco
  • (5 p.).
  • Diversity of Juba Arabic
  • Eluzai Moga Yokwe
  • (6 p.).
  • Functional explanation for the NI-NP construction in Yoruba
  • Ore Yusuf
  • (6 p.)
  • Deborah Schlindwein
  • (5 p.).
  • Loan words and msc's in Oshikwanyama
  • Aleksandra Steinbergs
  • (3 p.).
  • Swahili relative clauses : a generalized phrase structure grammar analysis
  • Andrea Tyler
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
v, 334 pages
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (OCoLC)14696064
  • (OCoLC)ocm14696064
Label
Precis from the Fifteenth Conference on African Linguistics : UCLC, March 29-32, 1984, edited by Russell G. Schuh
Publication
Note
"The papers in this volume were presented at the Fifteenth Conference on African Linguistics ... Though the papers here are called "précis", they are really full papers."
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographies
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • (4 p.).
  • Expression of negation in Egyptian Colloquial Arabic (ECA)
  • Hany Amin Azer
  • (4 p.).
  • Gumuz, Koman, Mao, and Omotic
  • M. Lionel Bender
  • (3 p.).
  • Quantitative analysis of Swahili vocabulary
  • Elena Bertoncini
  • (5 p.).
  • Some theoretical issues in borrowing and code-switching
  • Nominative/agreement complementarity and vso order in standard Arabic
  • Hagit Borer
  • (6 p.).
  • African language usage in the classroom, reported and covered
  • Dianne C Bowcock
  • (6 p.).
  • Wh-movement in Yoruba
  • Vicki Carstens
  • (6 p.).
  • Three cases of downstep in Venda
  • F. Niyi Akinnaso
  • Farida Cassimjee
  • (4 p.).
  • Appendix in parametric phonology
  • Monik Charette
  • (5 p.).
  • Semisegmental phonology
  • Donald G Churma
  • (3 p.)
  • (5 p.).
  • Place of Jiiddu in proto-Soomaali
  • Mohamed Nuuh Ali
  • (5 p.).
  • On the reality of vowel coalescence in Yoruba
  • Oladele Awobuluyi
  • (3 p.).
  • Syntactic binding and relative aspect markers in Hausa
  • Anthony R Davis
  • (6 p.).
  • Niger-Congo noun class agreement systems in historical and acquisition perspective
  • Katherine Demuth
  • (5 p.).
  • Intonation system of Isoko
  • Shirley Donwa-Ifode
  • (7 p.).
  • Destruction of tonal structure in Mende
  • Segmental, automelodic view of Mende tone
  • David Dwyer
  • (5 p.).
  • Swahili gestures : comment (vielezi) and exclamations (viingizi)
  • Carol M Eastman
  • (5 p.).
  • Egyptian Arabic and English : nativization process
  • Atteya Yussif El-Noory
  • (5 p.).
  • Question formation in Kusaal
  • Elizabeth Cowper
  • Nora C England
  • (6 p.).
  • Rivers Pidgin (Creole) English : tone, stress, or pitch-accent language?
  • Nicholas Faraclas
  • (3 p.)
  • (6 p.).
  • One father or two? : polysemy in kinship terms
  • Chet A Creider
  • (6 p.).
  • Microcomputers and African research
  • Gerard M Dalgish
  • (5 p.).
  • Cleft constructions
  • H.F Hailu
  • (7 p.).
  • Some syllable structure based rules of Tunisian Arabic
  • Hafedh Halila
  • (6 p.).
  • Arabic doubled verb conspiracy and morpheme invariance
  • Grover Hudson
  • (5 p.).
  • Borrowed logophoricity?
  • Wh-movement and relativization in two Creole languages : Cape Verdean (CV) and Haitian (H)
  • John P Hutchinson
  • (5 p.).
  • Dependency relations in syntax : the mysterious case of the empty determiner in Aghem
  • Larry M Hyman
  • (6 p.).
  • Raising in Fur
  • Janice L Jake
  • (6 p.).
  • o epenthesis : a positional treatment of Swahili pronominal clitics
  • Zygmunt Frajzyngier
  • Camillia N Keach
  • (5 p.).
  • On core syllables in modern Arabic dialects
  • Michael Kenstowicz
  • (5 p.)
  • (5 p.).
  • Autosegmental Babanki
  • Gary M Gilligan
  • (4 p.).
  • Bantu -a- : the far past in the far past
  • John Goldsmith
  • (5 p.).
  • Intonation in Chadic languages
  • William R Leben
  • (5 p.).
  • Relative clauses in Anlo Ewe
  • Marshall Lewis
  • (5 p.).
  • On certain nominal patterns in Tigrinya
  • Jean Lowenstamm
  • (7 p.).
  • Morpheme alternation in Tangale : a syllable structure approach
  • Ideophone as a syntactic category in the southern Bantu languages
  • C.T.D Marivate
  • (5 p.).
  • Vowel harmony in Kipsigis
  • Bruce Martin
  • (5 p.).
  • Some aspects of consonantal sound change in Kikamba
  • Peter Mumo Maundu
  • (4 p.).
  • Some phonological problems that face Arab learners of English
  • Mairo Kidda
  • Girgis Z Messiha
  • (4 p.).
  • Stylistic rules in classical Arabic and the levels of grammar
  • M.A Mohammad
  • (5 p.)
  • (8 p.).
  • Doublets in Kinyarwanda : an inquiry into the process of sign-production
  • Alexandre Kimenyi
  • (5 p.).
  • Ma- prefix in Afroasiatic
  • Karen Lahaie
  • (6 p.).
  • New analysis of the Krio cleft predicate
  • Dudley K Nylander
  • (3 p.).
  • Problems in the metrical representation of tone
  • David Odden
  • (4 p.).
  • Fini/l'infini ou l'affirmation/l'interrogation en moba (language voltaïque parlée au Nord-Togo)
  • Annie Rialland
  • (4 p.).
  • Tone splitting and Gwandara ethnohistory
  • Serial verbs and government binding theory
  • Ian Roberts
  • (7 p.).
  • Phonology of Banda-Tangbago
  • Douglas L Sampson
  • (6 p.).
  • Metrico-syllabic approach : evidence in Kinyarwanda
  • Paul Sauvageau
  • (7 p.).
  • Development of case and focus in Umbundu
  • Paul Newman
  • Thilo C Schadeberg
  • (3 p.)
  • (5 p.).
  • Acoustic analysis of vowels and diphthongs in Cairo Arabic
  • Kjell Norlin
  • (7 p.).
  • "Indigenous versus foreign" controversy about the sources of Swahili vocabulary
  • Derek Nurse
  • (6 p.).
  • Objects in Gorkana
  • Donna Wagner
  • (5 p.).
  • Some aspects of LF movement in Iraqi Arabic
  • Wafaa Wahba
  • (6 p.).
  • Influence of Arabic on the syntax of Swahili discourse
  • Benji Wald
  • (3 p.).
  • Downstep in the Kipare verb complex
  • Language contact and grammatical interference : Haus and Zarma in Niamey, Niger
  • Jennifer J Yanco
  • (5 p.).
  • Diversity of Juba Arabic
  • Eluzai Moga Yokwe
  • (6 p.).
  • Functional explanation for the NI-NP construction in Yoruba
  • Ore Yusuf
  • (6 p.)
  • Deborah Schlindwein
  • (5 p.).
  • Loan words and msc's in Oshikwanyama
  • Aleksandra Steinbergs
  • (3 p.).
  • Swahili relative clauses : a generalized phrase structure grammar analysis
  • Andrea Tyler
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
v, 334 pages
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (OCoLC)14696064
  • (OCoLC)ocm14696064

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