Language Universals and Second Language Acquisition

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This volume consists of papers presented at the Conference on Language Universals and Second Language Acquisition, University of Southern California, February 1982. Published with the papers are the remarks of the originally assigned discussants. The collection represents an important cross-fertilization between research in grammatical theory and in second language acquisition. Topics dealt with in a number of the papers include word order, markedness, core grammar, accessability hierarchies, and simplified registers. The range of universals discussed embraces phonology, syntax, semantics, and discourse. Universals are also considered with reference to ontology, psychological reality, and evaluation metrics.
[Typological Studies in Language, 5]  1984.  ix, 264 pp.
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Table of Contents
Preface
ix
Introduction
William E. Rutherford
1
Why linguists need laguage acquirers
Bernard Comrie
11
Comments on the paper by Comrie
Josh Ard
30
Second laguage acquisition and the ontology of laguage universals
Susan M. Gass and Josh Ard
33
Comments on the paper by Gass and Ard
Lorraine E. Kumpf
69
Reply to Kumpf’s Comments
Susan M. Gass and Josh Ard
73
Universals, typologies, and interlanguage
Fred Eckman
79
Comments on the paper by Eckman
Carol Lord
106
Universals of discourse structure and second language acquisition
T. Givón
109
Comments on the paper by Givón
John H. Schumann
137
The language bioprogram hypothesis and second language acquisition
Derek Bickerton
141
Comments on the paper by Bickerton
Charles A. Ferguson
162
A universal input condition
Jacquelyn Schachter
167
Uniformity and source-language variation across developmental continua
Helmut Zobl
185
Comments on the paper by Zobl
Carmen Silva-Corvalán
219
In what ways are language universals psychologically real?
Kenji Hakuta
223
Comments on the paper by Hakuta
Evelyn Hatch
239
Reply to Hatch’s comments
Kenji Hakuta
244
Repertoire universals, markedness, and second language acquisition
Charles A. Ferguson
247
Index to references
259
Index to languages
263
“Already an outstanding collection, the value of the papers in Language Universals and Second Language Acquisition is further enhanced by the frequently insightful critiques following each paper.”
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BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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