Colorado Research in Linguistics
Colorado Research in Linguistics -- ISSN 1937-7029

Volume 23, Issue 1 - August 2012

Papers

Making Verb Argument Adjunct Distinctions in English
Jena D. Hwang
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Political News Interviews: From a Conversation Analytic and Critical Discourse Analytic Perspective
Nina Jagtiani

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Semantic Representations of English and German Motion Verbs
Katherine S. Phelps & Steve Duman
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Approaches to "Context" within Conversation Analysis
Joshua Raclaw
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Toward a Linguistic Anthropological Account of Deixis in Interaction: 'Ini' and 'Itu' in Indonesian Conversation
Nicholas Williams
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Editorial Board
Volume 23
August 2012

Joshua Raclaw, Editor
Michael F. Thomas, Editor

Sam Beer
Alec Buchner
Steve Duman
Devin Grammen
Alison Hilger
Jessica Holman
Nina Jagtiani
Sarah Michals
Richard Sandoval
Jackson Tollins
Nick Williams
Georgia Zellou

David Rood, Faculty Advisor

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2012


Displaced Islamic Identities: Language, Time and Space in a Post 9/11 America

Susanne Stadlbauer
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Similarity and Enhancement: Nasality from Moroccan Arabic Pharyngeals and Nasals
Georgia Zellou

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Voices in Transition: Testosterone, Transmasculinity, and the Gendered Voice among Female-to-Male Transgender People
Lal Zimman
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2011

Sound Patterns in Mandarin Recycling Repair

Helen Kai-yun Chen
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Tipping the Balance: The Modulation of ERP Effects at the Syntax-Semantics Interface

Les Sikos
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Conference Abstracts

Pointing and Complaining: The Importance of Co-Present Parties Interviews
Nina Jagtiani

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Between the Ordinary and the Institutional: Questions, Embodiment and Space in Political News
Nina Jagtiani
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Affiliative and Epistemic Functions of Turn-Initial 'No'
Joshua Raclaw
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Identifying Assertions in Text and Discourse:Extracting Inferables Through 'No'-Initial Utterances in English Conversation
Joshua Raclaw
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Arapaho Demonstratives in Interaction: Grammatical Pointing
Richard Sandoval
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Embodiment of Demonstrative Practice in Arapaho
Richard Sandoval
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