UTA Working Papers in Linguistics 2 (2007)
UTA Working Papers in Linguistics, Volume 2, was published in 2007 by the Department of Linguistics & TESOL at The University of Texas at Arlington.
Editors: Wenhua Jin, Sarah May Fauzi, Jill Riepe
Layout Editor: Matt Benton
Proofreader: Ashley Lober
Faculty Advisor: Mark A. Ouellette
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(Linguistics & TESOL, 2007)This study is an attempt to shed light on the interaction between language and the ethnic, cultural, and religious identities of Arab-Americans. It employs two focus groups consisting of Arab-Americans who share a group ...
(Linguistics & TESOL, 2007)This paper discusses result complements and phase complements in Chinese, both of which are postverbal elements. Despite their surface similarity, they are different with respect to argument realization. While the result ...
(Linguistics & TESOL, 2007)This experimental study examines the role of the shape of the pitch contour in the perception of the Mandarin Chinese tone 3.2 A set of stimuli was constructed by varying the pitch of tone 3 on two conditions: (1) varying ...
(Linguistics & TESOL, 2007)Chicahuaxtla Trique is one of the Trique languages spoken in Oaxaca, Mexico. Among three Trique languages, Chicahuaxtla Trique has the most complicated tone system and its tone system has not been fully understood yet. ...
F1 and center of gravity interplay in the maintenance of phonological height within a statistical model of a communal grammar: the case of Foodo [ATR] acoustics (Linguistics & TESOL, 2007)This paper presents the notion of an idealized or communal grammar as a statistical model of mode, mean or median as emerging from a representative number of a population, rather than in individual speech, per se. Like ...