HDLS  10  

Proceedings  of  the  High  Desert Linguistics  Society  Conference



 

Vol .  10  (2014)


ISSN: 2330-6076
Edited by: Benjamin Anible, Keiko Beers, Laura Hirrel, Deborah Wager


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Table of contents

Voicing and the asymmetry in fricative loan adaptations
      Christopher C. Adam and Aaron W. Marks


Easier said than done: Metaphor interpretation between English and American Sign
Language

       Benjamin Anible


What’s happening with HAPPEN? The grammaticalization of HAPPEN in American
Sign Language

      Benjamin Anible and Corrine Occhino-Kehoe

Describing reduplication patterns in Tohono O’odham with language learners in mind
      Keiko Beers, Robert Cruz, Laura Hirrel, Iphigenia Kerfoot


Prefabs and priming in second-person address in New Mexico and Southern Colorado
       Aubrey Healey


Two speech communities in Puerto Rico: An ethnographic study about social class
and children learning English in public and private schools of the island.

      Jannette Hermina


Analyzing prefabricated language in local advertisements
      Karol Ibarra-Zetter and Anni Leming


A radial category profiling analysis of North Sámi ambipositions
      Laura A. Janda, Lene Antonsen, Berit Anne Bals Baal


The emergence of syllable structure?
Data from gradient vowel reduction in Brazilian Portuguese

      Ricardo Napoleão de Souza


The revival of Añunnükü or Paraujano language
      Andrés Mauricio Sabogal


Blackfoot demonstratives in narrative discourse: A pragmatic analysis
      S. Scott Schupbach


Determining prefab status in New Mexican Spanish, the case of decir
      Víctor A. Valdivia-Ruiz


Repairing the common ground in a joint ASL narrative: A mental space approach
      Deborah Wager