Summer 2019
Number 23

Table of contents

Forthcoming papers

«An experimental investigation of variation in Spanish diminutives» (David Eddington, Brigham Young University, Utah)

«El voseo en Medellín, Colombia: Un rasgo dialectal distintivo de la identidad paisa» (Diana Fernández, University of Western Ontario, Canada)

«Identity and discursive practices of Friulians and Slovenes in the province of Udine, Italy in recent decades» (Danila Zuljan Kumar, Institut of Slovenian Language Fran Ramovš)

«A Linguistic Study of Manipulative Advertising Strategies of the Mobile Network Operators in Egypt and the US. Comparative Approach (Ahmad Abdel Tawwab Sharaf Eldin» (Menoufia University, Egypt)

«Investigating the faithfulness requirement of roots: evidence from Malay dialects» (Sharifah Raihan Syed Jaafar, National University of Malaysia)

«Socio-political language use and Yorùbá protest songs: A stylistic approach» (Dayo Sam, School of Language, Lagos)

«Transmission of Hakka traditional knowledge from two revitalization projects in Thailand: What did they achieve?» (Siripen Ungsitipoonporn, Mahidol University, Thailand)

«Variation of Lexical Items and the Changing Need of Identity Projection: A Study on Mappila Malayalam» (Thapasya Jayaraj, Indian Institute of Technology Madras)

«A GIS-based application for documenting and analysing perceptions about language variation» (Xulio Sousa et al., Universidad de Santiago de Compostela)

«Standard Language Distribution in LAJ and Limestone Cave Model Geographical and Historical Interpretation of Railway Distances» (Fumio Inoue, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies)

«Phonological and functional analysis of diminutive marker -waa in Magahi» (Sweta Sinha, Indian Institute of Technology Patna)

«Léxico patrimonial mirandés: análisis comparativo» (Vicente Álvarez Vives & Melanie Azevedo Sampaio, Universität Paderborn)

«Construcciones posesivas en el aragonés central y meridional a finales de la Edad Media» (Elena Albesa, Universidad de Zaragoza)

«The lack of subject inversion in Puerto Rican infinitive clauses» (Raquel González Rodríguez, Universidad Complutense de Madrid)

«Studying the phonology of the Olùkùmi, Igala, Owe and Yoruba languages: a comparative analysis» (Bolanle Elizabeth Arokoyo, University of Ilorin, Nigeria)

«Word Order Typology of Raji» (Mahnaz Talebi-Dastenaei, Alzahra University, Iran)

«Teochew dialect: a case of language shift» (Tan Kim Hua, The National University of Malaysia)

«Reduplication initiated through discourse markers: a case of Hadoti» (Somdev Kar & Gulab Chand, Indian Institute of Technology Ropar)

«La vitalidad léxica en la Alpujarra: el caso de Mairena» (Lurdes Fernández et al., Universidad de Granada)

«À propos des noms du râteau et de la herse en occitan aranais. Étude de microdialectologie gasconne» (Aitor Carrera, Universitat de Lleida)

«Designing a Linguistic Profile of Khortha: A Less Resourced Language Spoken in the State of Jharkhand, India» (Atul Aman, Niladri Sekhar Dash & Jayashree Chakraborty, Indian Statistical Institute, Indian Institute of Technology)

«River Basin Dialect: Internal Reconstruction Consonant Ancient of Jugra Dialect» (Rahim Aman et al., University Kebangsaan Malaysia)

«Frequency of Using Najdi Arabic Words among Saudi College Male Students» (Sayed M. Ismail et al., Prince Sattam Bin Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia)

«CORDIA-VEN-SXX: un subcorpus dialectal para el estudio sociolingüístico del español hablado en Venezuela» (Kristel Guirado, Universidad Central de Venezuela)

«Domestication Versus Foreignization: The case of translating Al-Sanea’s “Girls of Riyadh” into English» (Salwa Alwafai, Imam Abdulrahman Bin Faisal University)

«The dialect option in addressing herders-farmers clashes in Nigeria» (Christian Sopuruchi Aboh, University of Nigeria)

«El árabe marroquí en las novelas de Juan Goytisolo: de Señas de identidad a Makbara» (Francisco Moscoso García, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid)

«The Effects of Age and Gender on the Perceptions of Linguistic Variation» (Yousef al-Rojaie, Qassim University, Saudi Arabia)


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