Summer 2015
Number 15

Table of contents

Forthcoming papers

«Linguistic maps & dialect data processing» (Deokho Kim & Sanggyu Lee, South Korea)

«Bidirectional linguistic change in rural child and adolescent language in Syria» (Rania Habib, New York)

«Egyptian and Kuwaiti Arabic in contact: The case of Kuwaiti /k, ʧ/ and /θ/» (Abdulmohsen A. Dashti, Raheema Akber, Hanan Taqi, Kuwait)

«The reallocation of [ʝ] in Cypriot Greek» (Panayiotis A. Pappas, Canada)

«El nivel social como indicador de la variación» (Elena Fernández, Extremadura)

«Language change in a post-creole contact setting: non-standard ain’t negation in Suffolk» (Michelle Braña-Straw, Gloucestershire)

«The sociolinguistic variation of palatalization: the case of Gernika-Lumo» (Ariane Ensunza Aldamizetxebarria, UPV/EHU)

«Language personality as a new object for dialectological research» (Ekaterina Ivantsova, Russia)

«El uso de [aw] en el español vasco: influencia del origen familiar y las  redes sociales» (Maria Ciriza, Dallas)

«Reflexes of the transitive be perfect in Canada and in the US: a comparative corpus study» (Yuri Yerastov, Kansas)

«Russian in Beserman Oral Discourse: Code-mixing and Borrowing» (Maria Usacheva & Olga Biryuk, Moscow)

«Reduplication with Fixed Segmentism in Central Sarawani Balochi (Bahareh Soohani, the Netherlands; Abbas Ali Ahangar, Iran & Marc van Oostendorp, the Netherlands)

«Three types of prepositions in Spanish se sentences consequences for cross-dialectal studies (Ángel J. Gallego, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona)

«The register of games: a study of the languages of the games in India» (Amitabh Vikram Dwivedi, India)


-The aim of the journal DIALECTOLOGIA is to join the experiences of researchers working in different fields of Dialectology (linguistic variation, geolinguistics, methodology, synchronic and diachronic dialectal data, new technologies, social dialectology, etc).
-It is a double-blind external peer-reviewed journal, published twice yearly, that complies with the norms of the Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology (FECYT).
-Each issue features 4/6 previously unpublished articles on original topics relating to linguistic variation.
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