Penn Working Papers in Linguistics
Volume 11.2 (2005)
Papers from NWAV 33
Edited by Suzanne Evans Wagner.
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- Cambridge University Press Prize for Best Student Paper
Karen D. Kirke. When there's more than one norm-enforcement
mechanism: Accommodation and shift among Irish immigrants to New York City.
- Charles A. Ferguson Prize for Best Student Poster
Damien Hall. Variation explained through contact and history:
The regional French of Normandy.
- Philipp Sebastian Angermeyer. Who is "I"? Pronoun choice and
bilingual identity in court interpreting.
- David Bowie. Language change over the lifespan: A test of the
apparent time construct.
- Phillip M. Carter. Prosodic variation in SLA: Rhythm in an
urban North Carolina Hispanic community.
- Aaron J. Dinkin. Mary, darling, make me merry; Say you'll marry
me: Tense-lax neutralization in the Linguistic Atlas of New
- Elka Ghosh Johnson. Mexiqueño? A case study of dialect
- William Haddican. Standardization and language change in
- Martine Leroux. Past, but not gone: The past temporal reference
system in Quebec French.
- Dennis R. Preston. Belle's body just caught the fit gnat: The
perception of Northern Cities shifted vowels by local speakers.
- Tara Sanchez. The (socio-)linguistics of morphological
borrowing: A quantitative look at qualitative constraints and universals.
- Tonya E. Wolford.Variation in the expression of possession by
Latino children: Social factors.
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