Language and Linguistics 19.1 Announcement
We are pleased to announce the latest publication of Language and Linguistics 19.1.
L&L is an academic publication of the Institute of Linguistics at Academia Sinica. Established in 2000, it publishes research in general and theoretical linguistics on the languages of East Asia and the Pacific region, including Sino-Tibetan, Austronesian, and the Austroasiatic and Altaic language families. Submissions vary from research papers, book reviews to comments and responses on specific subjects. L&L also organizes special issues which collect papers from conferences or certain topics.
To increase international citation rates and visibility, Language and Linguistics has been co-published with international publisher SAGE from 2014 to 2016 (Volume 15-17) and distributed worldwide. Beginning in 2017 (Volume 18), Language and Linguistics is in partnership with internationally renowned John Benjamins Publishing Company, one of the leading publishers in the field of language and linguistics.
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Journal Title: Language and Linguistics
Volume Number: 19
Issue Number: 1
Issue Date: January 2018
Table of Contents
Unarticulated constituents and neo-Gricean pragmatics
Arabic synthetic compounds
Abdullah S. Al-Dobaian
Filtered collocations as features in verbal polysemy disambiguation: A case study of the Chinese verb kao ‘bake’
Yu-Yun Chang and Shu-Kai Hsieh
The partial productivity of schematic idioms in Chinese: Evidence from speakers’ judgment
Li Liu and Hin Tat Cheung
Linguistic relativity in L2 acquisition: Chinese-English bilinguals’ reading of Chinese counterfactual statements
The scope of EVEN: Evidence from Mandarin Chinese
Ellipsis of terms of address and reference in casual communication events in Vietnamese
Thoai Nu-Linh Ton
Floria Wen-chia Cheng/ 鄭文嘉
Editorial Assistant/ 編輯助理
Institute of Linguistics
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