Working Papers in Linguistics is an occasional publication of the Department of Linguistics of Ohio State University and usually contains articles written by students and faculty in the department. Below is an indication of the contents of each volume.
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Most Recent Working Paper in Linguistics
Spring 2013, Vol. 60
Edited by Mary E. Beckman, Marivic Lesho, Judith Tonhauser, and Tsz-Him Tsui
Cynthia A. Johnson
Multiple antecedent agreement as semantic or syntactic agreement. [pdf]
Brian D. Joseph
On phonically based analogy [pdf]
Yusuke Kubota and Robert Levine
Coordination in hybrid type-logical categorial grammar. [pdf]
Elizabeth A. McCullough
Perceived foreign accent in three varieties of non-native English. [pdf]
Patrick F. Reidy
An introduction to random processes for the spectral analysis of speech data. [pdf]
An acoustic analysis of voicing in American English dental fricatives. [pdf]
Prosody of focus and contrastive topic in K'iche'. [pdf]
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