Summer 2020
Number 25

Table of contents

Forthcoming papers

«River Basin Dialect: Internal Reconstruction Consonant Ancient of Jugra Dialect» (Rahim Aman et al., University Kebangsaan Malaysia)

«Frequency of Using Najdi Arabic Words among Saudi College Male Students» (Sayed M. Ismail et al., Prince Sattam Bin Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia)

«CORDIA-VEN-SXX: un subcorpus dialectal para el estudio sociolingüístico del español hablado en Venezuela» (Kristel Guirado, Universidad Central de Venezuela)

«Domestication Versus Foreignization: The case of translating Al-Sanea’s «Girls of Riyadh» into English» (Salwa Alwafai, Imam Abdulrahman Bin Faisal University)

«The dialect option in addressing herders-farmers clashes in Nigeria» (Christian Sopuruchi Aboh, University of Nigeria)

«El árabe marroquí en las novelas de Juan Goytisolo: de Señas de identidad a Makbara» (Francisco Moscoso García, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid)

«The Effects of Age and Gender on the Perceptions of Linguistic Variation» (Yousef al-Rojaie, Qassim University, Saudi Arabia)

«Agricultural Terms in Rice Production: a Dialectological Study» (R.A. Disyacitta Nariswari & Multamia R.M.T. Lauder, Universitas Indonesia)

«Gender Differences in the Construction of English Noun Phrases of Sda College of Education Students» (Okrah, Abraham Kwadwo et al., University of Ghana)

«Familiarization to a Special Accent of Khorasani Turkish Language as an Endangered One» (Behnam Behforouz, Suhar College of Applied Sciences, Oman)

"Labor Market Discrimination depending on Dialect and Hometown; Evidence from Japanese Labor Market Composed by Almost Same Race People" (Toru Kobayashi, Takasaki city University of Economics)

«Language and identity: A linguistic study of women-centric Hindi proverbs» (Akanksha Sharma & 2 Dr. Amitabh Vikram Dwivedi, Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University)

«Lexical Variations of Javanese used by the Transmigrants in Dharmasraya Regency» (Leo Nella Rizki, Nadra Nadra & Noviatri Noviatri, Universitas Andalas, Indonesia)

«A Tonal Identification of Yoruba Dialects» (Kolawole Adeniyi, Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria)

«Root-Affix Asymmetries in Iranian Balochi dialects: An Optimality theory approach» (Bahareh Soohani, Leiden University, The Netherlands)

«Code-Mixing to English language as a Means of communication in Jordanian Arabic» (Omar Hazaymeh & Natalia Vanyushina, Al-Balqa Applied University- Al-huson University College- Jordan)

"A corpus analysis of some usage differences among Spanish-speaking countries» (David Ellingson Eddington, Brigham Young University)

«The Languages of the Divine Space: A Case Study from India» (Nusrat Begum & Sweta Sinha, Indian Institute of Technology Patna)

«Propiedades sintácticas y semánticas de la construcción ver de + infinitivo» (Ángeles Carrasco Gutiérrez & Pilar Peinado Expósito, Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha)

«Lexical and phonological differences in Javanese in east Java, Indonesia» (Erlin Kartikasari, Wakit Abdullah Rais, Warto, Diyas Age Larasati, Universitas Wijaya Kusuma Surabaya)

«The role of folklore and ethnography in learning the dialects lexicon of Turkic languages» (Nuray Aliyeva, National Academy of Sciences of Azerbaijan)

«Variación y uso de los diptongos en la documentación medieval del monasterio de San Andrés de Vega de Espinareda (León)» (siglo XIII)» (Patricia Giménez Eguíbar, Mª Nieves Sánchez González de Herrero, Western Oregon University)

«Pronunciation and linguistic bias in interviewing Arabic instructors», (Wael Zuraiq, Mohammad Al Omari, Sabri Al Shboul, Hashemite University)

«Verbal negation strategies in the black country-spatial and temporal variation» (Esther Asprey, University of Warwick)

«Buenísimo o muy bueno: la expresión de la superlación en el andaluz rural contemporáneo» (Ana Serradilla Castaño, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid)

¿variación diatópica o variación basada en el contacto? La realización del objeto pronominal de persona en traducciones medievales de las Heroidas de Ovidio» (Santiago Del Rey Quesada, Universidad de Sevilla)

«Morpho-phonological adaptation of French borrowing in the Algerian Arabic dialect» (Amina BENABADJI & Nassim Mohammed, University of Tlemcen)



-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).
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