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Guide to the Stanford University, Dept. of Lingusitics, Honors Theses
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Accession ARCH-2011-152 Theses

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Andrada, Cheryl Padua, Changing language and changing attitudes: the use of English kinship terms in an Ilocano community. 2002

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Brown, Rebecca Anne, The perception of foreign-accented speech by native and foreign speakers. 1999

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Geren, Joy Celeste, Parental cues in word learning: deictic terms and locational questions. 2002

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Theberge, Christine, About some sixth-grade rappers, writers, and readers. 1998

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Wallenberg, Joel Constine, The story of American self: a case study in morphological variation. 2003

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Yu, Jennifer, He Re'o O Ta'a Poki Nei E Rangi Atu Ena: language shift of Rapanui. 1998

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Chi, Yoo-Jean, When Seoul translates Hollywood: the use of Korean honorifics to encode pragmatic meaning in film subtitles. 1998

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Galati, Alexia, The representation of motion in language and gesture: a comparison of Greek and English. 2002

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Law, Franzo II, Is it justified to absolutely avoid splitting an infinitive? A diachronic analysis of the split infinitive. 2001

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Nakamura, Juno, Subordinate clauses in narrative fiction found in EFL texts used by Japanese high schools and ESL texts used in American high schools . 2000

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McArthur, Andrea, The SV/VS alternation in modern Hebrew children's literature. 2000

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Anderson, Jabari Ali, El Español de los Negros del Norte de Esmeraldas, Ecuador (ENNEE). 1997

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Delson, Rudolph, Fiction and disbelief. 1997

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Callier, Patrick, A corpus study of sentence-final me: "Cosmopolitan" Mandarin?. 2007