Canadian Journal of Linguistics

Canadian Journal of Linguistics

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The Canadian Journal of Linguistics publishes articles of original research in linguistics in both English and French. The articles deal with linguistic theory, linguistic description of English, French and a variety of other natural languages, phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, historical linguistics, sociolinguistics, psycholinguistics, first and second language acquisition, and other areas of interest to linguists.

Published three times a year by the Canadian Linguistic Association


Frequently Viewed Articles
The most frequently viewed Canadian Journal of Linguistics articles for 2013
Sandra Clarke “Nooz or nyooz?: The Complex Construction of Canadian Identity”
France Martineau “Perspectives sur le changement linguistique: aux sources du français canadien”
Shana Poplack “An English ''like no other''?: Language Contact and Change in Quebec”
Philip Comeau “Media representations of minority French: Valorization, identity, and the Acadieman phenomenon”
Patricia Balcom “Introduction: The Linguistic Study of Acadian French”
Ekaterina Bobyleva “Variable plural marking in Jamaican Patwa and Tok Pisin: A linguistic perspective”
J. K. Chambers “Canadian Raising Retrospect and Prospect”
Sali Tagliamonte ''So cool, right?'': Canadian English Entering the 21st Century”
Caroline Heycock “Specification, equation, and agreement in copular sentences”
Alice Y.W. Chan “The Acquisition of English Word-Final Consonants by Cantonese ESL Learners in Hong Kong”
Michael Friesner “Une prononciation «tsipéquement» québécoise?: La diffusion de deux aspects stéréotypés du français canadien”

The most frequently viewed Canadian Journal of Linguistics articles for 2012
Sandra Clarke “Nooz or nyooz?: The Complex Construction of Canadian Identity”
Sali Tagliamonte ''So cool, right?'': Canadian English Entering the 21st Century”
Rashid Al-balushi “Why verbless sentences in Standard Arabic are verbless”
David Gil “Where does predication come from?”
Philip Comeau “Media representations of minority French: Valorization, identity, and the Acadieman phenomenon”
Michael Friesner “Une prononciation «tsipéquement» québécoise?: La diffusion de deux aspects stéréotypés du français canadien”
Shana Poplack “An English ''like no other''?: Language Contact and Change in Quebec”
Donald Derrick “Individual variation in English flaps and taps: A case of categorical phonetics”
Caroline Heycock “Specification, equation, and agreement in copular sentences”
Kyumin Kim “Affectees in subject position and applicative theory”
Kimary Shahin “Acoustic testing for phonologization”

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ISSN: 0008-4131
Editorial Team / Équipe de rédaction

Editor / Rédacteur: Éric Mathieu, Université d'Ottawa
Co-editor / Co-rédacteur : Elizabeth Cowper, University of Toronto

Book Review Editor / Rédacteur des comptes rendus :
Heather Newell
Département de linguistique
Université du Québec à Montréal
C.P. 8888, Succursale Centre-Ville
Montréal (Québec)  H3C 3P8
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Phone: 1-514-987-3000 ext. 7949
Fax: 1-514-987-4652
 

Squibs Editor / Rédacteur des notules: Réjean Canac-Marquis, Simon Fraser University

Editorial assistant / Assistant à la rédaction : Brandon Fry, Université d'Ottawa

Editorial Board

Catherine Anderson – McMaster University
Ash Asudeh – Carleton University
Alexandra D’Arcy – University of Victoria
Claire Lefebvre – Université du Québec à Montréal
Diane Massam – University of Toronto
Lisa Matthewson – University of British Columbia
Yvan Rose – Memorial University of Newfoundland
Anne-Michelle Tessier – University of Alberta
Annie Tremblay – University of Kansas
Lisa Travis – McGill University
James Walker – York University

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