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Actes du Congrès de l’ACL 2012 2012 CLA conference proceedings

Les articles publiés dans ces actes ont été présentés lors du congrès annuel de l’Association canadienne de linguistique qui s’est tenu à l’Université Wilfrid Laurier à Waterloo (ON), du 26 mai au 28 mai 2012. Certaines des communications présentées n’ont pas été soumises par les auteures et les auteurs.

Rédactrice : Paula Caxaj

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ISSN 0027-9633

The papers in these proceedings were presented at the annual conference of the Canadian Linguistic Association held at Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Ontario, from May 26 to May 28, 2012. Not all papers given at the conference were submitted.

Editor: Paula Caxaj

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ISSN 0027-9633


Table des matières Table of Contents

  1. There Are Many Ways to Be Gendered Solveiga Armoskaite1 & Martina Wiltschko2 1University of Ottawa, 2University of British Columbia
  2. Identifying Indirect Objects in L1 French: An Elicitation Task Sophia Bello University of Toronto
  3. Transitivity Revisited: An Overview of Recent Research and Possible Solutions Rostyslav Bilous University of Toronto
  4. A Split DP Analysis of Blackfoot Nominal Expressions Heather Bliss University of British Columbia
  5. Clitic Doubling in Laurentian French: An Auditory Acceptability Judgment Task Cassandra Chapman University of Ottawa
  6. TV Drama as an Effective Method for Lexical Instruction: A Corpus-Based Lexical Richness Study Sibo Chen University of Victoria
  7. On Tagalog Determiners Key Cortes, Lareina Milambiling & Ileana Paul Western University
  8. Both Ends Against the Middle: Features of Voice in English, Greek and Hebrew Elizabeth Cowper1 & Daniel Currie Hall2,1 1University of Toronto, 2Saint Mary’s University
  9. Focus on Weak Islands Mojmír Dočekal1 & Ivona Kučerová2 1Masaryk University, 2McMaster University
  10. More Evidence for the Split Analysis of Relative Clauses Michaël Gagnon1 & Ivana Mitrovíc2 1University of Maryland, 2Stony Brook University
  11. P-Doubling in Split-Scrambling: A Renaissance Analysis Julie Goncharov University of Toronto
  12. Redundant Features in a Contrast-Based Approach to Phonology Daniel Currie Hall Saint Mary’s University & University of Toronto
  13. Acquiring Northern East Cree Verbal Morphology: Evidence From Inchoative Verbs Sara Johansson Memorial University
  14. Le timing des pics mélodiques en français spontané en milieu minoritaire Svetlana Kaminskaïa Université de Waterloo
  15. VOT Merger in Heritage Korean in Toronto Yoonjung Kang1,2 & Naomi Nagy2 1University of Toronto Scarborough, 2University of Toronto
  16. Another Look at the Scope of a Nominative Object in Japanese Michiya Kawai Huron University College & Western University
  17. Applicatives in Non-Canonical Subject Constructions Kyumin Kim University of Calgary
  18. Asymmetrical Accommodation in Cross-Dialectal Conversation and the Role of Phonological Contrast Bethany MacLeod University of Toronto
  19. Radical Pro-Drop in Niuean Diane Massam, Victoria Peter & Lianna Wang University of Toronto
  20. Spoken Word Recognition and Acoustic Cues of Final Voiceless Stops Mercedeh Mohaghegh University of Toronto
  21. L1 Attrition of Russian Aspect Larissa Nossalik Université de Montréal
  22. Why Does Everyone Say Everybody?: Compound Indefinite Pronouns in Rural Ontario Alexander Russell University of Western Ontario
  23. A Fine Balance: Shifts Between Passive and Active Bilingualism Nikolay Slavkov Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
  24. An Acoustic Vowel Space Analysis of Pijal Media Lengua and Imbabura Quichua Jesse Stewart University of Manitoba
  25. Inner Modal in Mandarin Excessive Constructions Julia Yu-Ying Su University of Toronto
  26. Small Clauses: Evidence From Japanese Tomohiro Yokoyama University of Toronto

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