restricted access   Volume 93, Number 4, December 2017

Table of Contents

Integrating sound symbolism with core grammar: The case of expressive palatalization

pp. 731-766
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Backgrounded agents in Catalan Sign Language (LSC): Passives, middles, or impersonals?

pp. 767-798
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NP recursion over time: Evidence from Indo-European

pp. 799-826
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The multifunctionality of ‘possible’ modal adverbs: A comparative look

pp. 827-841
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Result verbs, scalar change, and the typology of motion verbs

pp. 842-876
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Case assignment and argument realization in nominals

pp. 877-911
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Perspectives (Online-only)

Language vitality: The weak theoretical underpinnings of what can be an exciting research area

pp. e202-e223
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On how and why languages become endangered: Reply to Mufwene

pp. e224-e233
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The vitality or endangerment of some nonindigenous languages: A response to Mufwene

pp. e234-e242
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Language vitality: Theorizing language loss, shift, and reclamation (Response to Mufwene)

pp. e243-e253
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The vitality and diversity of multilingual repertoires: Commentary on Mufwene

pp. e254-e262
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How far can the language ecology metaphor take us? : A Pacific perspective on language vitality (Response to Mufwene)

pp. e263-e274
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African(ist) perspectives on vitality: Fluidity, small speaker numbers, and adaptive multilingualism make vibrant ecologies (Response to Mufwene)

pp. e275-e279
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Understanding language vitality and reclamation as resilience: A framework for language endangerment and ‘loss’ (Commentary on Mufwene)

pp. e280-e297
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On the role of agency, marginalization, multilingualism, and language policy in maintaining language vitality: Commentary on Mufwene

pp. e298-e305
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It’s still worth theorizing on LEL, despite the heterogeneity and complexity of the processes (Response to commentators)

pp. e306-e316
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Phonological Analysis (Online-only)

Phonological conditions on variable adjective and noun word order in Tagalog

pp. e317-e352
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All dissimilation is computationally subsequential

pp. e353-e371
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Teaching Linguistics (Online-only): Textbook Reviews

What the F: What swearing reveals about our language, our brains, and ourselves by Benjamin K. Bergen (review)

pp. e372-e374
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Phonological acquisition: Child language and constraint-based grammar by Anne-Michelle Tessier (review)

pp. e375-e377
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Review

The making of the Oxford English Dictionary by Peter Gilliver (review)

pp. 912-914
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Recent Publications

pp. 915-918
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Index to Volume 93 (2017)

pp. 919-925
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