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  • Indexes for Volume 77 (2002)

Authors and Titles

Adams, Michael, DARE, History, and the Texture of the Entry, 370; Meaningful Interposing: An Accidental Form, 441

ADS Annual Lecture, R. Macaulay, 227

Alim, H. Samy, Street-Conscious Copula Variation in the Hip Hop Nation, 288

American English: Dialects and Variation, by W. Wolfram and N. Schilling-Estes, rev. D. Lance and G. Pulliam, 221

American English "Short a" Revisited: A Phonological Puzzle, C. Scott, 358

American Intrusive L, The, B. Gick, 167

American Speech Remembers Frederic Gomes Cassidy, 1907–2000, C. Eble, 339

Among the New Words, W. Glowka and M. Melançon, 100, 313; W. Glowka, M. Melançon, K. Batchelor, L. Evans, J. Lamon, S. Shelton, M. Singh, 207; W. Glowka, J. Chambers-Claxton, and D. Wyckoff, 432

At the Intersection of Regional and Social Dialects: The Case of like + Past Participle in American English, T. Murray and B. L. Simon, 32

Batchelor, Karan D., Among the New Words, 207

Bauer, Laurie, ed., Language Myths, rev. R. Wachal, 329

Bayard, Donn, Individual Variation in the Acquisition of Postvocalic /r/: Day Care and Sibling Order as Potential Variables, 184

Bhasin, Neeta, "Dahntahn" Pittsburgh: Monophthongal /aw/ and Representations of Localness in Southwestern Pennsylvania, 148

Blanton, Phyllis, dir., The Ocracoke Brogue: A Portrait of Hoi Toider Speech (videocassette), rev. A. Curzan, 216

Butters, Ronald R., Intuition, Data, and Meaning, 327

Chambers-Claxton, Jennifer, Among the New Words, 432

Childs, Becky, comp., Ocracoke Speaks: The Distinct Sounds of the "Hoi Toide" Brogue (audio CD or cassette), rev. A. Curzan, 216

Cloud, Ellen Marie, comp., Ocracoke Speaks: The Distinct Sounds of the "Hoi Toide" Brogue (audio CD or cassette), rev. A. Curzan, 216

Cukor-Avila, Patricia, She say, She go, She be like: Verbs of Quotation over Time in African American Vernacular English, 3

Curzan, Anne, rev. of Indian by Birth: The Lumbee Dialect (videocassette), dir. N. Hutcheson; The Ocracoke Brogue: A Portrait of Hoi Toider Speech (videocassette), dir. P. Blanton and K. Waters; and Ocracoke Speaks: The Distinct Sounds of the "Hoi Toide" Brogue (audio CD or cassette), comp. E. M. Cloud, B. Childs, and W. Wolfram, 216

"Dahntahn" Pittsburgh: Monophthongal /aw/ and Representations of Localness in Southwestern Pennsylvania, B. Johnstone, N. Bhasin, and D. Wittkofski, 148

DARE, History, and the Texture of the Entry, M. Adams, 370

Do Native Speakers Know What Words Mean? W. Lawrence, 325

Dubois, Sylvie, Sounding Cajun: The Rhetorical Use of Dialect in Speech and Writing, 264

Eble, Connie C., American Speech Remembers Frederic Gomes Cassidy, 1907–2000, 339

Evans, Leslie M., Among the New Words, 207

Figueroa, Esther, Kiss-Teeth, 383

Gick, Bryan, The American Intrusive L, 167

Glowka, Wayne, Among the New Words, 100, 207, 313, 432

Goebel, George, The Origin of scrod, 419

Haley, Michael C., The Reduplicative Copula is is, 305

Horvath, Barbara M., Sounding Cajun: The Rhetorical Use of Dialect in Speech and Writing, 264

Hutcheson, Neil, dir., Indian by Birth: The Lumbee Dialect (videocassette), rev. A. Curzan, 216

I'm Off to Philadelphia in the Morning: A Scotsman Looks at Dialect in America, R. Macaulay, 227

Indian by Birth: The Lumbee Dialect (videocassette), dir. N. Hutcheson, rev. [End Page 443] A. Curzan, 216

Individual Variation in the Acquisition of Postvocalic /r/: Day Care and Sibling Order as Potential Variables, D. Starks and D. Bayard, 184

Intuition, Data, and Meaning, R. Butters, 327

Joe Hill's pie in the sky and Swedish Reflexes of the Land of Cockaigne, W. Sayers, 331

Johnstone, Barbara, "Dahntahn" Pittsburgh: Monophthongal /aw/ and Representations of Localness in Southwestern Pennsylvania, 148

Kiss-Teeth, P. Patrick and E. Figueroa, 383

Lamon, John R., Among the New Words, 207

Lance, Donald M., rev. of American English: Dialects and Variation, by W. Wolfram and N. Schilling-Estes, 221

Language Myths, ed. L. Bauer and P. Trudgill, rev. R. Wachal, 329

Lawrence, Wayne P., Do Native Speakers Know What Words Mean? 325

Lexicography Legacy of Fred Cassidy, A: Forensic Linguistics, R. Shuy, 344

Macaualay, Ronald, I'm Off to Philadelphia in the Morning: A Scotsman Looks at Dialect in America, 227

Meaningful Interposing: An Accidental Form, M. Adams, 441

Melançon, Megan, Among the New Words, 100, 207, 313

Murray, Thomas E., At...

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Additional Information

ISSN
1527-2133
Print ISSN
0003-1283
Pages
pp. 443-448
Launched on MUSE
2002-12-19
Open Access
No
Archive Status
Archived 2005
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