Colorado Research in Linguistics

Vol 19, June 2006

Papers

Memories of Everyday Life in Communist Bulgaria: Negotiating Identity in Immigrant Narratives
Nadia Kaneva
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"Code Switching" in Sociocultural Linguistics
Chad Nilep
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Book Reviews

Bernard Spolsky's Language Policy
Reviewed by Michael F. Thomas
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Editorial Board
Volume 19, Issue 1
June 2006

Adam Hodges, Editor
Justin Barker
George Figgs
Cynthia Girand
Tamara Grivicic
Chad Nilep
Gilana Rivkin
Susanne Stadlbauer
Michael Thomas
Weldu Weldeyesus
David Rood,
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Transitivity in Arapaho: A Construction Grammar Approach
Hartwell Francis
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Prenuclear Accentual Structure in Conversational English: Form and Function
Cynthia Girand
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Conference Abstracts

Primary Progressive Aphasia in a Bilingual Woman
Christopher M. Filley, Gail Ramsberger, Lise Menn, Jiang Wu, Bessie Y. Reid, and Allan L. Reid
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Language Experience Influences the Conceptualization of TIME Metaphor
Vicky Tzuyin Lai
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Pragmatic Functions of First Person Singular Pronouns in Classical Chinese
Vicky Tzuyin Lai
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ATR Harmony in Karimojong: Justification for a Stratal Optimality Theory
Diane Lesley-Neuman
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Punctuation as Social Action: The Ellipsis as a Discourse Marker in Computer-Mediated Communication
Joshua Raclaw
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The Effect of Familiarity and Semantics on Early Acquisition of Japanese Numeral Classifiers
Hiromi Sumiya and Eliana Colunga
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The Stroop Effect in English-Japanese Bilinguals: Unintentional Phonological Processing
Hiromi Sumiya and Alice F. Healy
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