Written Language & Literacy 14:2
[Written Language & Literacy, 14:2] 2011. iv, 142 pp.
Publishing status: Available
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Table of Contents
Linguistic diagnostics of written texts in two school-age populationsRuth A. Berman, Ronit Nayditz & Dorit Ravid | pp. 161–187
Adapting to the reader during writingEva Lindgren, Mariëlle Leijten & Luuk Van Waes | pp. 188–223
The cognitive and linguistic demands of everyday, functional literacy tasks: With application to an over-the-counter drug labelSheida White | pp. 224–250
Local dialects, supralocal writing systems: The degree of orality of Dutch private letters from the seventeenth centuryGijsbert Rutten & Marijke J. van der Wal | pp. 251–274
The length hierarchy and the graphematic syllable: Evidence from German and EnglishNanna Fuhrhop, Franziska Buchmann & Kristian Berg | pp. 275–292
What linguistic units do Chinese characters represent?J. Marshall Unger | pp. 293–302
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