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  1. Typological Studies of the Linguistic Expression of Motion Events, Volume 1: Perspectives from East and Southeast Asia

    Lamarre, Christine; OHORI, Toshio

  2. Typological Studies of the Linguistic Expression of Motion Events, Volume II: The Linguistic Expression of Autonomous Motion in Murakami Haruki’s Norwegian Wood ―― A Contrastive study of Japanese, French, English, Russian, German and Chinese

    Lamarre, Christine; Morita, Takahiro; OHORI, Toshio

  3. Nomadism in Baluchistan

    Spooner, Brian
    Baluchistan as the Baluch define it includes most of West Pakistan west of the Indus, the southwest corner of Afghanistan, and the southeastern province of Persia, and Baluch minorities are also to be found scattered far to the north of this area as far as Soviet Turkmenistan. However, this vast area has never constituted any sort of unit, except in a vague cultural and linguistic sense.

  4. Nuevas tecnologías aplicadas al estudio de la Lingüística

    Fernández-Paredes Reolid, Leonor
    “Nuevas tecnologías aplicadas al estudio de la Lingüística” surge como proyecto de beca de colaboración en el Departamento de Filología Española, Lingüística General y Teoría de la Literatura de la Universidad de Alicante en el curso académico 2015-2016. Ante la aparente alteración de la normativa de los diferentes niveles de la lengua como consecuencia de la influencia de las nuevas tecnologías, la presente propuesta persigue la búsqueda, clasificación y explicación de recursos virtuales disponibles actualmente en línea para el estudio de las diferentes disciplinas o divisiones de la Lingüística: Fonética y Fonología, Morfología, Sintaxis, Lexicología y Semántica, a fin de...

  5. Using a Heterogeneous Linguistic Network for Word Sense Induction and Disambiguation

    Soriano-Morales, Edmundo-Pavel; Ah-Pine, Julien; Loudcher, Sabine
    International audience

  6. Effects of linguistic and musical incongruities in French operas: An event-related potentials analysis

    Besson, M; Faita, F
    International audience

  7. Completion norms for 744 French linguistic contexts of differing formats

    Robichon, F; Besson, M; Faita, F
    International audience

  8. Humor surdo, língua de sinais e políticas linguísticas

    Silveira, Carolina Hessel

  9. Estudio descriptivo sobre el uso del Blog en un curso de Educación Infantil

    Jiménez Hernández, David; Palomo Alepuz, Laura; Sanchis Amat, Víctor Manuel
    En el marco del segundo curso del Grado de Educación Infantil de la Universidad Católica San Antonio de Murcia presentamos un proyecto de innovación que integra las TIC en la enseñanza y el aprendizaje de la comunicación oral y escrita a través del uso del Blog. La comunicación relata la experiencia interdisciplinar entre las asignaturas de Nuevas Tecnologías Aplicada a la Educación Infantil y Comunicación oral y escrita que durante el curso 2015/2016 se realizó con los alumnos en la creación y el seguimiento de un diario de clase digital a partir del estudio y análisis de los 39 casos...

  10. Gentrification in Spain and Latin America — a Critical Dialogue

    Salinas Arreortua, Luis; Janoschka, Michael; Sequera, Jorge
    Major social and political transformations such as the shift towards neoliberal urban policies have widely altered the contemporary structuring of metropolitan areas in Spain and Latin America. One key consequence is the recapture of city centres by wealthy tenants and the eviction of poorer households, a phenomenon usually designated by the term gentrification. In comparison to the comprehensive documentation of gentrification in the Anglophone environment, few scholars have paid attention to this phenomenon in this area of the world so far. This article responds to this gap, providing an exhaustive revisión of the debates about gentrification occurring in Spain and...

  11. José Manuel Oro Cabanas. Construcciones con nexos relativos en el inglés contemporáneo. Santiago de Compostela: Servicio de Publicacións e Intercambio Científico da Universidade de Santiago de Compostela, 1989, 147 pp.

    Martínez Azorín, María José

  12. Hedonic and Transcendent Conceptions of Value

    Podolny, Joel M; Besharov, Marya
    In this paper we introduce a conceptual distinction between a hedonic and transcendent conception of value. We posit three linguistic earmarks by which one can distinguish these conceptions of value. We seek validation for the conceptual distinctions by examining the language contained in reviews of cars and reviews of paintings. In undertaking the empirical examination, we draw on the work of M.A.K. Halliday to identify clauses as fundamental units of meaning and to specify process types that can be mapped onto theoretical distinctions between the two conceptions of value. Extensions of this research are discussed.

  13. The Language of Bias: A Linguistic Approach to Understanding Intergroup Relations

    Roberson, Quinetta M; Bell, Bradford S.; Porter, Shanette C
    [Excerpt] This chapter explores the role of language in the relationship between diversity and team performance. Specifically, we consider how a linguistic approach to social categorization may be used to study the social psychological mechanisms that underlie diversity effects. Using the results of a study examining the effects of gender, ethnicity and tenure on language abstraction, we consider the potential implications for team processes and effectiveness. In addition, we propose a revised team input-process-output model that highlights the potential effects of language on team processes. We conclude by suggesting directions for future research linking diversity, linguistic categorization and team effectiveness.

  14. A Voice is Worth a Thousand Words: The Implications of the Micro-Coding of Social Signals in Speech for Trust Research

    Waber, Benjamin; Williams, Michele; Carroll, John; Pentland, Alex
    While self-report measures are often highly reliable for field research on trust (Mayer and Davis, 1999), subjects often cannot complete surveys during real time interactions. In contrast, the social signals that are embedded in the non-linguistic elements of conversations can be captured in real time and extracted with the assistance of computer coding. This chapter seeks to understand how computer-coded social signals are related to interpersonal trust.

  15. Learning a Second Language for Specific Purposes within a Hypermedia Framework

    Chanier, Thierry
    This paper describes "A la Recherche d'un Emploi", ("Job Hunting") a hypermedia courseware teaching French for Specific Purposes and developed as part of the European CAMILLE project. "A la Recherche d'un Emploi" constitutes an early example of a task-based and problem-solving oriented software, which interweaves both linguistic and professional goals, on the one hand, and both theoretical knowledge and a hands-on approach, on the other. The paper looks firstly at the common features of the common features of the communicative and LSP approaches in Second Language Acquisition, and at the relevance of the use of hypermedia in the development of...

  16. Visual Representations Is Lexical Learning Environments: Application To The Alexia System

    Chanier, Thierry; Selva, Thierry
    Cognition-based arguments in support of using multimedia aids for the learning of vocabulary have so far offered only an imprecise, general framework. CALL experimentalists have also tried to establish the effectiveness of multimedia for vocabulary learning, but their attempts reveal that the underlying representations have not been clearly defined. After reviewing these points, we propose criteria for evaluating the quality of a visual representation in a lexical environment. These criteria are then used to discuss visual representations in paper and electronic dictionaries and in CALL environments. A kind of confusion has been made between multimedia and nonverbal knowledge. Hence visual...

  17. Use of verb-noun collocations by advanced learners of Chinese

    Peng, Xiaolin
    The important role of collocations has been widely accepted in the current literature, but to date there are still relatively few studies on language learners’ collocation knowledge and development within different local contexts. The current study intends to contribute to the literature by investigating the oral production of Chinese verb-noun (V-N) collocations by a group of highly proficient learners comprised of both Chinese as a foreign language learners (CFL learners) and Chinese heritage language learners (CHL learners), as compared to Chinese native speakers (CNSs). The study brings together current literature on collocation and heritage language learners both from a Western...

  18. Realizing morphemes in the Icelandic noun phrase

    Ingason, Anton Karl
    This dissertation defends a strong version of the view that linguistic surface complexity is the product of interactions between deep syntactic mechanisms and shallow interface-specific mechanisms. I argue that current developments in the theory of locality in Distributed Morphology (Embick 2010, Marantz 2013) impose boundaries on syntactic analysis and that morphemes cannot be identified and analyzed without studying their realization at the interfaces of syntax with both phonology and interpretation. The empirical focus is on a series of phenomena which are attested in Icelandic noun phrases and involve the realization of roots, category-defining heads, inflection morphemes, and definite articles, all...

  19. Literacy, strategy, and identity in interaction: Vietnamese and Mexican immigrant students in urban Catholic schooling

    LeBlanc, Robert Jean
    This year-long interactional ethnography of four first- and second-generation Vietnamese and Mexican immigrant youth enrolled in an urban Catholic school traced how participants used a series of literacy-focused interactional strategies to negotiate the complexities of the contemporary Catholic school landscape. Urban US Catholic schools have undergone a radical transformation in the last 40 years, from overenrolled neighborhood parochial schools serving largely white Catholic students (Walch, 2003), to contracting decentralized schools serving Catholic immigrants from Asia and Latin American alongside large numbers of non-Catholic African American students (Hunt & Walch, 2010; Irving & Fosters, 1996; Louie & Holdaway, 2009; NCEA, 2014)....

  20. Evidence and formal models in the linguistic sciences

    Santana, Carlos Gray
    This dissertation contains a collection of essays centered on the relationship between theoretical model-building and empirical evidence-gathering in linguistics and related language sciences. The first chapter sets the stage by demonstrating that the subject matter of linguistics is manifold, and contending that discussion of relationships between linguistic models, evidence, and language itself depends on the subject matter at hand. The second chapter defends a restrictive account of scientific evidence. I make use of this account in the third chapter, in which I argue that if my account of scientific evidence is correct, then linguistic intuitions do not generally qualify as...

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