Summer 2014
Number 13

Table of contents

Forthcoming papers

«Enregisterment in Historical Contexts: Nineteenth Century Yorkshire Dialect» (Paul Cooper, Sheffield)

«‘One country, one language’?: Mapping perceptions of dialects in South Korea» (Lisa Jeon & Patricia Cukor-Avila, Texas)

«El narcolenguaje en el habla actual de baja California, México» (Rafael Saldívar Arreola / Ignacio Rodríguez Sánchez, México)

«‘Ave’ and Tene’: An another look at auxiliary selection in Aquilan» (Francesco-Alessio Ursini, Stockholm)

«Current Trends among Ecuadorian Dialects: Insights from Internet Interviews» (Michael Olsen, Montana)

«The role of dialectology in oral and written expression of EFL students: Faculty perceptions of BrE versus AmE usage» (Hamad Al-Dosari, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia)

«Presentación de un caso de alternancia voseo-ustedeo como forma de tratamiento vigente en la variedad culta del español rioplatense» (Marisa Martínez Pérsico, Cassino Frosinone)

«Nasality and Voicing in Non-Standard Dialect of Malay» (Sharifah Raihan Syed Jaafa, Malaysia)

«El posesivo (antepuesto) tónico en español: ¿Fenómeno de foco y contraste?»: (Enrique Pato, Montreal)

«El avance de la pluralización del verbo impersonal» (Milagros Aleza, Valencia)

«The Semantic Classification of Ilami Kurdish Verbs of Motion» (Amir Karimipour & Ali Izanloo, Iran)

"A speech act analysis of selected Yoruba athroponyms" (Abdurraheem Omoloso, Nigeria)

«Forging third-wave dialectology» (Kirk Hazen, Virginia)

«Linguistic maps & dialect data processing» (Deokho Kim & Sanggyu Lee, South Korea)


-The aim of the journal DIALECTOLOGIA is to join the experiences of researchers working in different fields of Dialectology (linguistic variation, geolinguistics, methodology, synchronic and diachronic dialectal data, new technologies, social dialectology, etc).
-It is a double-blind external peer-reviewed journal, published twice yearly, that complies with the norms of the Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology (FECYT).
-Each issue features 4/6 previously unpublished articles on original topics relating to linguistic variation.
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