Volumes 61 -

Volume 61 (2015)
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61.1 Article The effect of Italo-Romance contact on the Greek cluster vɣ in Corsica and the implications for sound change in Italiot Greek in Southern Italy Nick Nicholas and John Hajek 2
Aspects of cultural intelligence in idiomatic Asian cultural scripts Jyh Wee Sew 12
PRO theory Ala Al-Kajela 25
Participle clauses between adverbial and complement Hendrik De Smet 39
A framework for studying languages in contact: a prolegomenon to a theory Eric S. Wheeler 75
Review Eugen Helimsky, Ulrike Kahrs and Monika Schötschel, eds: Mari und Mordwinen im heutigen Rußland: Sprache, Kultur, Identität Alan R. Libert 87
Alexandra Y. Aikhenvald: Language contact in Amazonia Edward J. Vajda 89
Anne Cutler: Native listening: Language experience and the recognition of spoken words Kanavillil Rajagopalan 92
Marcus Tomalin: "And he knew our language": Missionary linguistics on the Pacific Northwest Coast Edward J. Vajda 96
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61.2 Article Tonal patterns, associations, and alignment of peaks in regional French Svetlana Kaminskaia 101
Viewpoints on the cognitive-pragmatic description of personal names István Hoffmann & Valéria Tóth 141
Cultural literacy in Chinese and Malay Jyh Wee Sew 165
The role of determiners in Spanish light verb constructions Begoña Sanromán Vilas 178
Review PREMINGER, OMAR. Agreement and its failures Elly van Gelderen 201
JOHN HAIMAN. Cambodian (Khmer) Edward J. Vajda 205
JUHA JANHUNEN. Mongolian Edward J. Vajda 208
WILLIAM RUTHERFORD. Whys & therefores. A rational look at the English language Kanavillil Rajagopalan 211
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61.3 Transcript Transcript of the WORD Global Roundtable Jonathan J. Webster 216
Article Grammatical realizations of rhetorical relations in different registers Christian M.I.M. Matthiessen & Kazuhiro Teruya 232
Review NOAM CHOMSKY, Aspects of the Theory of Syntax, 50th Anniversary Edition and The Minimalist Program, 20th Anniversary Edition 2015 Elly van Gelderen 282
SOMMER, G. & C. VIERKE, eds., Speech acts and speech events in African languages. (Topics in Interdisciplinary African Studies, 23). 2011 Kanavillil Rajagopalan 285
MARKKU FILPPULA, JUHANI KLEMOLA, MARJATTA PALANDER, ESA PENTTILÄ, eds. Dialects across borders: Selected papers from the 11th International Conference on Methods in Dialectology (Methods XI), Joensuu, August 2002 Jacob J. Spa 289
KATHARINA VAJTA. "Nous n'avons plus de langue pour nos fêtes de famille." Le changement de langue dans une famille alsacienne ["We no longer have a language for our family gatherings." 2004 Jacob J. Spa 293
ANDRE MARTINET (Edited by Jeanne Martinet). Economie des changements phonétiques. Traité de phonologie diachronique. 2005 Jacob J. Spa 297
GILBERT LAZARD La quête des invariants interlangues. La linguistique est-elle une science? Jacob J. Spa 301
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61.4 Article Parallel Developments: The Mandarin of Chinese Muslims and Jewish Languages George Jochnowitz 305
Communication linguistics revised as a theory of humor Karen Malcolm 310
Discourse, democracy and diplomacy: A pragmatic analysis of the Occupy Central movement in Hong Kong Jacob L. Mey and Hans J. Ladegaard 319
Does "Learning" Exist? Ray McDermott 335
Review LUKAS PIETSCH. Variable grammars: Verbal agreement in Northern dialects of English. (Linguistische Arbeiten, 496.) 2011 Elly van Gelderen 350
HANS FREDE NIELSEN. From dialect to standard: English in England 1154-1776. Odense: University Press of Southern Denmark, 2005 Elly van Gelderen 352
HACKERT, STEPHANIE. The emergence of the native speaker. A chapter in nineteenth century linguistic thought. Boston/Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, Inc. 2012 Kanavillil Rajagopalan 355
Galloway, Nicola and Rose, Heath. Introducing global Englishes. New York: Routledge. 2015 Kanavillil Rajagopalan 358
Smakman, Dick and Patrick Heinrich (eds.) Globalising sociolinguistics. London and New York: Routledge. 2015 Kanavillil Rajagopalan 361
MICHAEL FORTESCUE. Comparative Wakashan dictionary. (Lincom studies in Native American Linguistics 57). Munich: Lincom Europa. 2007 Edward J Vajda 365
Volume 62 (2016)
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62.1 Article Verb-object compounds with Spanish dar 'give': an emergent gustar 'like'-type construction Javier Rivas 1
A systemic functional translation analysis of thematic structure: directing attention to Yoda's linguistic manifestation Elaine Espindola 22
Meaning matters: a short history of systemic functional linguistics J. R. Martin 35
Review Ulrike Jessner and Claire Kramsch. (eds.). The multilingual challenge: Cross disciplinary perspectives Kanavillil Rajagopalan 59
Rodney H. Jones. (ed.). The Routledge handbook of language and creativity Kanavillil Rajagopalan 63
Stephen Spector. May I quote you on that? A guide to grammar and usage Kanavillil Rajagopalan 66
John W. Du Bois, Lorraine E. Kumpf, and William J. Ashby (eds.). Preferred argument structure: grammar as architecture for function Kanavillil Rajagopalan 68
Karin Aijmer (ed.). Dialogue analysis VIII: Understanding and misunderstanding in dialogue Kanavillil Rajagopalan 72
Senko K. Maynard. Linguistic emotivity. Centrality of place, the topic-comment dynamic, and an ideology of pathos in Japanese discourse Kanavillil Rajagopalan 75
Zoltán Kövecses. Where metaphors come from? Reconsidering context in metaphor Yi Sun, Zhen Yan 79
Bernd Heine and Tania Kuteva. The changing languages of Europe Elly van Gelderen 86
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62.2 Article Latin nominatives with and without verbs Joseph Davis 91
Sugar and the English language Kate Parry 109
Review Stephan Gramley and Kurt-Michael Pätzold.
A survey of modern English
Kanavillil Rajagopalan 118
Robin Tolmach Lakoff and Sachiko Ide (eds.) Broadening the horizon of linguistic politeness. Kanavillil Rajagopalan 122
Florian Wolf and Edward Gibson.
Coherence in natural language
Kanavillil Rajagopalan 125
Wolfgang Herrlitz and Robert Maier (eds.) Dialogues in and around multicultural schools Kanavillil Rajagopalan 128
Andrew Sihler.
Edgerton's law: the phantom evidence
Kanavillil Rajagopalan 132
Kees de Bot.
A history of applied linguistics: from 1980 to the present
Kanavillil Rajagopalan 135
Esa Itkonen.
Analogy as structure and process. Approaches in linguistics, cognitive psychology and philosophy of science
Adam Głaz 139
Alice Caffarel, J. R. Martin and C. M. I. M. Matthiessen (eds.) Language typology: a functional perspective Michael Cummings 143
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62.3 Article Letter to the editor: a tale of two cities Mohsen Ghadessy & Farideh Golesorkhi 149
Towards a typology of word-level causatives Chao Li 163
Review E. G. Kotorova and A. V. Nefedov (eds.)
Comprehensive dictionary of Ket
Andrey Filchenko 178
Andrey Nefedov.
Clause linkage in Ket
Edward J. Vajda 186
Chris Collins and Jeffrey S. Gruber A grammar of ǂHȍã Edward J, Vajda 189
Deborath Tannen and E. James Alatis (eds.) Georgetown University Round Table on Language and Linguistics 2001 Kanavillil Rajagopalan 192
Markus Bieswanger.
German influence on Australian English
Kanavillil Rajagopalan 196
Laurie Bauer.
Introducing linguistic morphology
Kanavillil Rajagopalan 199
Lutz Edzard and Janet Watson (eds.)
Grammar as a window onto Arabic humanism
Kanavillil Rajagopalan 202
Paul D. Elbourne. Situations and individuals Kanavillil Rajagopalan 205
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62.4 Article Thematic density of research-article abstracts: a systemic-functional account Ping Alvin Leong 209
Creoles as hybrid languages Peter Bakker 228
The language of parole: sex offenders' discourse strategy use in Indeterminate Sentence Review Board hearings Effie Papatzikou Cochran & Cheryl Comeau-Kirschner 244
Review Irina Nikolaeva.
A grammar of Tundra Nenets
Edward J. Vajda 268
Michael Fortescue.
Comparative Nivkh dictionary
Edward J. Vajda 272
John E. Joseph. Language and identity: national, ethnic, religious Kanavillil Rajagopalan 276
Carmen Taleghani-Nikazm Request sequences. The intersection of grammar, interaction and social context Kanavillil Rajagopalan 281
Anna Duszak and Urszula Okulska (eds.)
Speaking from the margin: Global English from a European perspective
Kanavillil Rajagopalan 284
Werner Hüllen.
English dictionaries, 800-1700: The topical tradition
Kanavillil Rajagopalan 288
Mario Saraceni.
World Englishes: A critical analysis
Kanavillil Rajagopalan 291
Erratum 295
Volume 63 (2017)
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63.1 Article Language and politics: A study of presidential speeches of selected Ghanaian leaders Peace Chinwendu Israel & Emmanuel Botchwey 1
FIGURE and GROUND in the construal of motion: a registerial perspective Abhishek Kumar Kashyap & Christian M.I.M. Matthiessen 62
Review Brad Montgomery-Anderson.
Cherokee reference grammar
Edward J. Vajda 92
Hiroto Uchihara.
Tone and accent in Oklahoma Cherokee
Edward J. Vajda 98
Anne Curzan. Fixing English: Prescriptivism and language history Kanavillil Rajagopalan 103
Anne Swan, Pamela Aboshiha, and Adrian Holliday (eds.) (En)countering native-speakerism: global perspectives Kanavillil Rajagopalan 107
Chinese Language Teachers Association of USA.
Chinese as a Second Language, Vol. 51 (1)
Jyh Wee Sew 110
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63.2 Article On prepositions and particles: a case for lexical representation in systemic functional linguistics Lise Fontaine 115
'(Text as) wording' as wording in text size: stretching lexicogrammatical rank hierarchy from clause to text Xuanwei Peng 136
Review Michael O'Sullican, David Huddart, and Carmen Lee. (eds.)
The future of English in Asia: Perspectives on language and literature
Kanavillil Rajagopalan 173
Prue Holmes and Fred Dervin. (eds.)
The cultural and intercultural dimensions of English as a lingua franca
Kanavillil Rajagopalan 177
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63.3 Article Indo-European origin of alphabetic systems and deciphering of the Byblos script Ihor Rassokha 181
From Judeo-Provençal to Judeo-Piedmontese and Western Yiddish George Jochnowitz 192
Are dead artists' paintings more lively? - Agency in descriptions of artworks before and after an artist's death Karen Sullivan and Sally Butler 198
Discussion The emergence of hybrid grammars: A rejoinder to Peter Bakker Enoch O. Aboh 207
Reply Reply to Enoch Aboh's rejoinder to my article on his book 'The emergence of hybrid grammars' Peter Bakker 207
Review Siân Preece. (eds.)
The Routledge handbook of language and identity
Kanavillil Rajagopalan 228
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63.4 Article A corpus-based comparative study on the superlative forms in British English and Singapore Colloquial English Qianping Gu 241
Ideology in text: the fenhedor persona in Galician–Portuguese love songs of King D. Dinis Ulisses de Oliveira 258
Review Geoffrey Sampson
Writing systems
Edward J. Vajda 275
Claire Bowern and Bethwyn Evans
The Routledge handbook of historical linguistics
Edward J. Vajda 280
R. M. W. Dixon
Making new words: Morphological derivation in English
Edward J. Vajda 286
Lubie Grujicic-Alatriste
Linking discourse studies to professional practice
Carol Lo Hoi Yee 289
Volume 64 (2018)
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64.1 Article A language in common: an approach to teaching the history of English Kate Parry 1
Systemic-functional linguistics in China (2010-2016) Yong Wang & Yingfang Zhou 9
Review Anatole V. Lyovin, Brett Essler and William R. Leben
An Introduction to Languages of the World
Edward J. Vajda 38
Alice C. Harris
Multiple Exponence
Edward J. Vajda 43
Special Feature LexBits 1: a glimpse at the evolving English dictionary record David K. Barnhart 49
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64.2 Article Morphological creativity in a China English corpus Walter Petrovitz and Herbert Pierson 59
Quoting and reporting across languages: A system-based and text-based typology Jorge Arús-Hita, Kazuhiro Teruya, Mohamed Ali Bardi, Abhishek Kumar Kashyap, and Isaac N. Mwinlaaru 69
The gender of anglicisms in spoken German Jaime W. Hunt 103
Review Graham Hall
The Routledge handbook of English language teaching
Kanavillil Rajagopalan 126
Donna R. Miller and Paul Bayley (eds.)
Hybridity in systemic functional linguistics
Kanavillil Rajagopalan 130
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64.3 Article A generative approach to lexicalization: speech-act frankly in the history of English James Berry 135
Verbal groups in Manchu: a systemic functional account Pin Wang 157
Language choice and institutional identity: a study of the mottos of Ghanaian educational institutions Osei Yaw Akoto 177
Review Bob Hodge
Social semiotics for a complex world: Analyzing language and social meaning
Kanavillil Rajagopalan 191
Ning Liu and Derek Irwin
Genre changes and privileged pedagogic identity in teaching contest discourse
Thomas Amundrud 196
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64.4 Article Parental and gender hegemonic struggle in Iranian wedding invitations across (1970-1990) and (1990 to present) Katayoon Afzali 201
A new perspective on word association: how keystroke logging informs strength of word association Michelle Aldridge, Lise Fontaine, Neil Bowen & Tamsin Smith 218
A communication-based model for describing patients' journeys in hospital accident and emergency departments Marvin Lam 235
Review Tom Bartlett and Gerard O'Grady (eds.)
The Routledge Handbook of Systemic Functional Linguistics.
Bo Wang and Yuanyi Ma 254
Volume 65 (2019)
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65.1 Article Exploring factors contributing to the receptive and productive knowledge of phrasal verbs in the EFL context Taha Omidian, Maryam Akbary & Hesamoddin Shahriari 1
The structure of content questions in Cheyenne Avelino Corral Esteban 25
Reading the word in a foreign tongue: Islam's scripture and non-Arab Muslims Asma Barlas 61
Volume 65 (2019)
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65.2 Article The annotated lexicon of chinese emotion words Bee Chin Ng, Can Cui & Francesco Cavallaro 73
Expounding register and registerial cartography in systemic functional linguistics: an interview with Christian M.I.M. Matthiessen Christian M.I.M. Matthiessen, Bo Wang & Yuanyi Ma 93
Protolocalization in the late seventeenth century: translating the English scientific article into French David Banks 107
Review Nkonko M. Kamwangamalu
Language policy and economics: The language question in Africa.
Finex Ndhlovu 122
Juhani Härmä & Ulla Tuomarla (eds.)
Actes du 6e Colloque franco-finlandais de linguistique contrastive.
Alan R. Libert 128
Juliane House
Translation as communication across languages and cultures / Translation: The basics.
Yuanyi Ma & Bo Wang 131
Fang Yan & Jonathan J. Webster (eds.)
Developing systemic functional linguistics: Theory and application.
Michael Cummings 135
Volume 65 (2019)
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65.3 (special issue) Article Introduction Jo Anne Kleifgen & Walter Petrovitz 139
The Cheke Holo: a case study from Solomon Islands on language and religion Fredrick Boswell 143
A relevance-theoretical perspective on the question of why Jesus never wrote a book Patrick Duffley 154
Writing in a sacred tongue: inter-Aramaic alloglottography Charles George Häberl 164
Scripts, religion, and ideology George Jochnowitz 179
Review Geoff Thomson, Wendy L. Bowcher, Lise Fontaine, and David Schönthal
(eds). The Cambridge Handbook of Systemic Functional Linguistics. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2019.
Kanavillil Rajagopalan 185
Evert Van Emde Boas, Albert Rijksbaron, Luuk Huitink, and Mathieu de Bakker
The Cambridge grammar of classical Greek. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2019
Walter Petrovitz 189
Volume 65 (2019)
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65.4 Article Communicative Functions of Visual Metonymies in Picture Books Targeted at Children in two different Age Groups. A Multimodal Analysis Arsenio Jesús Moya Guijarro 193
A synthesis of research on grammatical metaphor: meta-data and content analysis Winfred Wenhui Xuan & Shukun Chen 213
The use of actually in a non-native English parliamentary context: a corpus study Kwabena Sarfo Sarfo-Kantankah & Ben Kudus Yussif 234
Individual differences in reading speed are linked to variability in the processing of lexical and contextual information: Evidence from single-trial event-related brain potentials Brennan Payne & Kara D Federmeier 252