Guide to the Stanford University, Department of Lingusitics, Honors Theses

Stanford University Archives staff
Stanford University. Libraries. Department of Special Collections and University Archives
Stanford, California
August 2012
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Call Number: SC4-4272
Creator: Stanford University. Department of Linguistics.
Title: Stanford University, Department of Linguistics, honors theses
Dates: 1997-2007
Physical Description: 0.5 Linear feet (14 volumes in 1 box)
Summary: Honors theses written by undergraduates in the Stanford University Dept. of Linguistics.
Language(s): The materials are in English.
Repository: Department of Special Collections and University Archives
Green Library
557 Escondido Mall
Stanford, CA 94305-6064
Phone: (650) 725-1022

Administrative Information


Theses were transferred to the Stanford University Archives from the Hume Writing Center in 2011.

Information about Access

The collection is open for research use; materials must be requested at least 48 hours in advance of intended use. No photocopies may be made.

Ownership & Copyright

Copyright is retained by the creators for materials they have authored or otherwise produced. Transmission or reproduction of materials requires the written permission of the copyright owner.

Cite As

[Identification of item], Stanford University, Department of Linguistics, Honors Theses (SC4-4272). Dept. of Special Collections and University Archives, Stanford University Libraries, Stanford, Calif.

Scope and Content

This collection consists of honors theses written by undergraduates in the Stanford University Dept. of Linguistics.

Access Terms

Linguistics--Study and teaching.
Student papers.

Collection Contents


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