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Actes du Congrès de l’ACL 2018 2018 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 de Regina, du 30 mai au 1er juin 2018. Certaines des communications présentées n’ont pas été soumises par les auteures et les auteurs.

Rédactrice : Emily Dmyterko

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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 the University of Regina from May 30 to June 1, 2018. Not all papers given at the conference were submitted.

Editor: Emily Dmyterko

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ISSN 0027-9633


Table des matières Table of Contents

  1. Verb conjugation in Stoney Nakoda: Focus on argument-marking affixes Elias Abdollahnejad University of Calgary
  2. Fishing for CARP in Kinyarwanda Neil Banerjee Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  3. A corpus study of phonological factors in novel English blends Michael Dow Université de Montréal
  4. Additive and Associative Plural Marking in Jamiekan Jila Ghomeshi & Tasheney Francis Holness University of Manitoba
  5. A Corpus Study of Only in Child-Directed and Child-Produced Speech Lindsay Hracs University of Calgary
  6. Split Topicalization With(out) Resumption Arsalan Kahnemuyipour & Mansour Shabani University of Toronto Mississauga & University of Guilan
  7. Phrase Structure Without Head Features Jacques Lamarche Western University
  8. Kapampangan Locative Constructions: Synchronic and Diachronic Connections Lanlan Li University of Manitoba
  9. The effect of phonological-orthographic consistency on the processing of reduced and citation forms of Japanese words: Evidence from pupillometry Yoichi Mukai, Juhani Järvikivi & Benjamin V. Tucker University of Alberta
  10. What’s the Inverse of an Inverse? Transitive Constructions in Algonquian and Austronesian Will Oxford University of Manitoba
  11. Distinguishing Speech Act Roles from Grammatical Person Features Elizabeth Ritter & Martina Wiltschko University of Calgary & The University of British Columbia
  12. I Just… I Think There Might Be a New Construction Kevin Russell University of Manitoba
  13. Language-Internal and -External Factors Conditioning a Grammatical Change in the Early Modern Dutch Verb zijn ‘be’ Paradigm Christina Ilse Terpstra University of Calgary
  14. General Extender Use in Southern Manitoban and Filipino-Winnipegger Speech Thanh Hai Tran University of Manitoba
  15. Études des caractéristiques perceptives de l’accent d’emphase produit par des enfants atteints d’un trouble du spectre de l’autisme C. Vidou, J. Picard-Lauzon, V. Moisoni, P. Trudeau-Fisette, L. Rapin & L. Menard Université du Québec à Montréal
  16. Might Should We Consider This?: Double Modal Inversion in Southern United States English Sara Williamson & Chung-hye Han Simon Fraser University

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