restricted access   51(2/3) July-Nov/juil.-nov. 2006

Table of Contents

From: The Canadian Journal of Linguistics / La revue canadienne de linguistique

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Special Issue: Canadian English in a Global Context

Guest Editor: Peter Avery, J.K. Chambers, Alexandra D'Arcy, Elaine Gold, and Keren Rice.

Introduction

pp. 99-104
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Sounds Canadian

Canadian Raising Retrospect and Prospect

pp. 105-118
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Canadian Raising, Opacity, and Rephonemicization

pp. 119-126
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Vowel Production in Winnipeg

pp. 127-141
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Investigating St. John's English: Real- and Apparent-time Perspectives

pp. 143-160
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Dialect Topography

Linguistic Resistance on the Maine-New Brunswick Border

pp. 161-175
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Beyond the Isogloss: Isographs in Dialect Topography

pp. 177-184
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French-English Contact

An English ''like no other''?: Language Contact and Change in Quebec

pp. 185-213
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Canadian English in a Francophone Family

pp. 215-224
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Linguistic Identity

Nooz or nyooz?: The Complex Construction of Canadian Identity

pp. 225-246
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Eh? and Hein?: Discourse Particles or National Icons?

pp. 247-263
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Language Change

Dialect Mixture versus Monogenesis in Colonial Varieties: The Inevitability of Canadian English?

pp. 265-286
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The Modal Auxiliaries have to and must in the Corpus of Early Ontario English: Gradient Change and Colonial Lag

pp. 287-308
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''So cool, right?'': Canadian English Entering the 21st Century

pp. 309-331
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Acknowledgements

Thanks to Reviewers / Remerciements aux évaluateurs

p. 347
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