This volume presents the proceedIngs of the Twelfth Annual LIn guistics Symposium of the UniversIty of WisconsIn-Milwaukee held March 11-12, 1983 on the campus of UWM. It includes all papers that were given at the conference with the exception of Genevieve Escure and Glenn Gilbert's joint paper "Syntactic marking/unmarking phenomena in the creole continuum of Belize" which was not submitted for publication by the authors. Many of the papers appear in this volume in a revised form that is somewhat different from the oral version. We would like to thank the various departments and other units at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee that sponsored the mark- ness symposium. These are: the Department of Linguistics, the English as a Second Language Intensive Program, the College of Let ters and Science, the Division of Urban Outreach, the Center for Latin America and the Spanish Speaking Outreach Institute. Finally, we wish to thank Lisa Carrara for doing a careful joh on the preparation of the index, and J. L. Russell, for his patience and perseverance in typing a difficult manuscript.
|Edition description:||Softcover reprint of hardcover 1st ed. 1986|
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Table of ContentsMarkedness An Overview.- Markedness in Phonology.- Word Structure, Markedness, and Applied Linguistics.- Marked Vowel Systems and Distinctive Palatalization.- Epenthesis and Markedness.- Markedness in Syntax.- Indefinite NPs and the Interpretation of Discourse-Based Null Elements.- Markedness, Grammar, People, and the World.- Markedness and Distribution in Phonology and Syntax.- Markedness and the Bindability of subject of NP.- Markedness and the Zero-Derived Denominai Verb in English: Synchronic, Diachronic, and Acquisition Correlates.- The Semiotic Theory of Ergativity and Markedness.- Markedness in First Language Acquisition.- Markedness, the Organization of Linguistic Information in Speech Production, and Language Acquisition.- Language Acquisition, Aphasia, and Phonotactic Universals.- Language Acquisition Data and the Theory of Markedness: Evidence from Spanish.- Markedness in Second Language Acquisition.- The Markedness Differential Hypothesis: implications for Vietnamese speakers of English.- Markedness and Allophonic Rules.- Markedness and Parameter Setting: some implications for a theory of adult second language acquisition.- Author Index.- Language Index.