Linguistics, L2 acquisition and speech pathology

| University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
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ISBN 9781556192371 (USA) | USD 158.00
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That linguistics, L2 acquisition and speech pathology impinge on each other in areas of vital importance to each discipline seems to be almost undeniable. All three fields are concerned with the characterization of language in one form or another; and all deal with the acquisition of language by one segment of the population or another. But although these fields of inquiry share a general domain, the specific goals of the individual disciplines are distinct in that each approaches the problem of language description and acquisition from a different perspective. Each field has developed expertise in its respective area of the problem of language description and acquisition. It seems reasonable, then, that each field has something to contribute to, and something to gain from, the others. It is the goal of this volume to create a dialogue in this area that is both fruitful and ongoing.
[Language Acquisition and Language Disorders, 4]  1993.  xvi, 260 pp.
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Table of Contents
Introduction: One Approach to the Interaction of Linguistics, Second-language Acquisition and Speech- language Pathology
Fred Eckman
I. Linguistics and SLA
Linguistics and SLA: The Two-Way Street Phenomenon
William E. Rutherford
Interactions between L2 Acquisition and Linguistic Theory
Suzanne Flynn
Metrical Phonology and the Acquisition of L2 Stress
John Archibald
Phrasal Category Markedness and Second Language Acquisition
Mark Balhorn
The Null-Prep Phenomenon: The Interaction of Linguistic Theory and Second Language Acquisition Data
Elaine C. Klein
Apparent UG Inaccessibility in Second Language Acquisition: Misapplied Principles or Principled Misapplication?
Gita Martohardjono and James W. Gair
Parameter-resetting in Second Language Acquisition: A Study of Adult Spanish and Vietnamese Learners of English
Elizabeth Platt
II. Linguistics and Speech-Language Phathology
Individual Differences in Phonological Disorders and Implications for a Theory of Acquisition
Daniel A. Dinnsen and Steven B. Chin
Applying Linguistic Theory to Clinical Language Teaching
Phil J. Connell
On Grammatical Deficits in Chinese Aphasia
Sylvia Chen
III. Speech Pathology and SLA
Synergy in Applied Linguistics: Theoretical and Pedagogical Implications
Jack S. Damico
Phonological Aspects of Emerging Grammars
Judith A. Gierut
Phonological Learning and Retention in Second Language Acquisition
Jane E. Hardy
Acquisition and Loss of Familiar Language: Idiom and Proverb Comprehension
Daniel Kempler and Diana Van Lancker
Subject Index
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BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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