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TitleDateReferenceAuthorsCall #ISSN
Evaluation S(c)illy voices: the effects of salience, stereotypes, and co-present language variables on real-time reactions to regional speech2018 Language 94 (3): 629-61
  • Chris Montgomery
  • Emma Moore
H6/KK [LANGUAGE-]0097-8507
The problems associated with studying folk verse2018 Folklore (Tartu) 72: 159-80
  • Jury Paciupa
H6/KVT [FOLKLORE-]1406-0957in special section 'Belarusian folklore studies'
Japanese and Korean lexical accent. Diachrony, reconstruction, and typology2017 Journal of Asian and African studies (Tokyo) (94): 213-16
  • Chiyuki Ito
H6 [JOURNAL OF ASIAN AND AFRICAN STUDIES. Tokyo]0387-2807introduction to special section 'Japanese and Korean lexical accent: diachrony, reconstruction, and typology. A Festschrift for Samuel Robert Ramsey'
Universals of tone rules and diachronic change in Japanese2017 Journal of Asian and African studies (Tokyo) (94): 217-42
  • Elisabeth M. De Boer
H6 [JOURNAL OF ASIAN AND AFRICAN STUDIES. Tokyo]0387-2807in special section 'Japanese and Korean lexical accent: diachrony, reconstruction, and typology. A Festschrift for Samuel Robert Ramsey'
Accent shift in Japanese and Korean2017 Journal of Asian and African studies (Tokyo) (94): 243-57
  • Rei Fukui
H6 [JOURNAL OF ASIAN AND AFRICAN STUDIES. Tokyo]0387-2807in special section 'Japanese and Korean lexical accent: diachrony, reconstruction, and typology. A Festschrift for Samuel Robert Ramsey'
On the historical position of the Gairin type accent2017 Journal of Asian and African studies (Tokyo) (94): 259-76
  • Tatsuya Hirako
H6 [JOURNAL OF ASIAN AND AFRICAN STUDIES. Tokyo]0387-2807in special section 'Japanese and Korean lexical accent: diachrony, reconstruction, and typology. A Festschrift for Samuel Robert Ramsey'
Biased questions in South Kyeongsang Korean. A preliminary study2017 Journal of Asian and African studies (Tokyo) (94): 277-89
  • Hyun Kyung Hwang
H6 [JOURNAL OF ASIAN AND AFRICAN STUDIES. Tokyo]0387-2807in special section 'Japanese and Korean lexical accent: diachrony, reconstruction, and typology. A Festschrift for Samuel Robert Ramsey'
The lexical accent of surnames in Kyengsang Korean. A study in analogy2017 Journal of Asian and African studies (Tokyo) (94): 291-317
  • Michael Kenstowicz
H6 [JOURNAL OF ASIAN AND AFRICAN STUDIES. Tokyo]0387-2807in special section 'Japanese and Korean lexical accent: diachrony, reconstruction, and typology. A Festschrift for Samuel Robert Ramsey'
The role of foot structure in Korean accent systems2017 Journal of Asian and African studies (Tokyo) (94): 319-44
  • Clemens Poppe
H6 [JOURNAL OF ASIAN AND AFRICAN STUDIES. Tokyo]0387-2807in special section 'Japanese and Korean lexical accent: diachrony, reconstruction, and typology. A Festschrift for Samuel Robert Ramsey'
On Hattori's hypothesis. Does shortening of long vowels produce an accent kernel?2017 Journal of Asian and African studies (Tokyo) (94): 345-63
  • Zendo Uwano
H6 [JOURNAL OF ASIAN AND AFRICAN STUDIES. Tokyo]0387-2807in special section 'Japanese and Korean lexical accent: diachrony, reconstruction, and typology. A Festschrift for Samuel Robert Ramsey'; English summary
The studies of Bener Hakkı Hakeri on the documentation of the existence of Turkish Cypriot vocabulary2016 Journal of folklore and literature 4: 165-78
  • Gürkan Gümüşatam
1300-7491English summary
Reconstructing Proto-Indo-European accent paradigms2015 Journal of Indo-European studies 43 (1-2): 100-39
  • Carlotta Viti
H6 [JOURNAL-]0092-2323
Tone and stress in Choguita Rarámuri (Tarahumara) world prosody2015 International journal of American linguistics 81: 457-93
  • Gabriela Caballero
  • Lucien Carroll
H6/KK [INTERNATIONAL-]0020-7071
Arapaho historical morphology2015 Anthropological linguistics 57 (4): 345-411
  • Ives Goddard
H6/KK [ANTHROPOLOGICAL-]0003-5483
Onsets contribute to syllable weight: statistical evidence from stress and meter2014 Language 90 (2): 309-41
  • Kevin M. Ryan
H6/KK [LANGUAGE-]0097-8507
The color of language: accent, devaluation and resistance in Latin American immigrant lives in Canada2013 Canadian ethnic studies 45 (1-2): 1-21
  • Patricia Tomic
H6/KUB [CANADIAN-]0008-3496French summary
The syllable accents of diphthongs in the Marijampolė sub-dialect: the features of pitch and intensity2013 Lituanistica 59 (1): 34-42
  • Rima Bakšienė
H6/KVT [LITUANISTICA-]0235-716Xin thematic section 'Language'; English summary
On the accentuation of the verbal suffix -auti in the general Lithuanian language2011 Lituanistica 57 (3): 325-35
  • Vidas Kavaliauskas
H6/KVT [LITUANISTICA-]0235-716XEnglish summary
On the accentuation norms of simple nouns corrected by the State Commission of the Lithuanian Language2011 Lituanistica 57 (4): 425-35
  • Gintarė Paliukėnaitė
  • Vidas Kavaliauskas
H6/KVT [LITUANISTICA-]0235-716XEnglish summary
External Sandhi in a second language: the phonetics and phonology of obstruent nasalization in Korean-accented English2011 Language 87 (2): 289-345
  • Elizabeth Zsiga
H6/KK [LANGUAGE-]0097-8507
"If I actually talked like that, I'd pull a gun on myself": accent, avoidance, and moral panic in Irish English2011 Anthropological quarterly 84 (1): 41-64
  • Robert Moore
H6 [PRIMITIVE-]0003-5491in special issue 'The unmentionable: verbal taboo and the moral life of language'
The role of semantics. Argument structure, and lexicalization in compound stress assignment in English2008 Language 84 (4): 760-94
  • Gero Kunter
  • Ingo Plag
  • Maria Braun
  • Sabine Lappe
H6/KK [LANGUAGE-]0097-8507
Accentual varieties of disyllabic iio-stem nouns in southern and eastern dialects of Vilnius region highlanders2008 Lituanistica 54 (3): 37-50
  • Vilija Lazauskaité-Ragaišienė
H6/KVT [LITUANISTICA-]0235-716XEnglish summary
Vedic formulations in Sarasvatī-Kaṇṭhābharṇa some observations2007 Annals of the Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute 88: 171-81
  • Radhamadhab Das
H6/KW [BHANDARKAR-]
Translating translation2007 Journal of visual culture 6 (1): 109-24
  • Mieke Bal
H6/KF [JOURNAL-]1470-4129in thematic issue 'Acts of translation'
Stemming the tide of centrifugal forces in Igbo orthography2007 Dialectical anthropology 31 (4): 423-36
  • Chinyere Ohiri-Aniche
H6 [DIALECTICAL-]0304-4092
Pitch as accent in Plains Cree nominals2006 Papers of the Algonquian conference 37: 229-68
  • Jeff Mühlbauer
H6/KUB [ALGONQUIAN-]0031-5671
Evidence for phonological constraints on nuclear accent placement2006 Language 82 (1): 151-68
  • James German
  • Janet Pierrehumbert
  • Stefan Kaufman
0097-8507
Émérillon stress: a phonetic and phonological study2006 Anthropological linguistics 48 (2): 132-69
  • Françoise Rose
  • Matthew Gordon
H6/KK [ANTHROPOLOGICAL-]0003-5483
Stress in south Conchucos Quechua: a phonetic and phonological study2006 International journal of American linguistics 72 (4): 477-521
  • Diane M. Hintz
H6/KK [INTERNATIONAL-]0020-7071
Some observations on Zyryan word stress, past and present2006 Suomalais: journal de la Société Finno-Ougrienne (91): 71-80
  • Dennis Estill
H6 [SUOMALAIS-]0355-0214
Svāra 'the independent circumflex' and the Kampa pronunciation in the traditional recitation of the Ṛgveda2006 Annals of the Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute 87: 39-58
  • P. D. Navathe
H6/KW [BHANDARKAR-]
Iterative footing and prominance-driven stress in Nanti (Kampa)2005 Language 81 (1): 47-95
  • Lev D. Michael
  • Megan J. Crowhurst
H6/KK [LANGUAGE-]0097-8507
Lexical exceptions in stress systems: arguments from early language acquisition and adult speech perception2004 Language 80 (1): 98-126
  • Sharon Peperkamp
H6/KK 'LANGUAGE-'0097-8507
Topics in Lydian verse: accentuation and syllabification2004 Journal of Indo-European studies 32 (3/4): 227-47
  • Mary R. Bachvarova
H6 [JOURNAL-]0092-2323
A tentative analysis of tonal patterns of the Kwaya nouns2003 Journal of Asian and African studies (Tokyo) 66: 175-201
  • Ryohei Kagaya
0387-2807English summary
A tonal analysis of nouns of the Mrangi dialect of Jita2003 Journal of Asian and African studies (Tokyo) 66: 203-33
  • Ryohei Kagaya
0387-2807English summary
Report on a preliminary survey of the dialects of Kherwarian languages2003 Journal of Asian and African studies (Tokyo) 66: 331-64
  • Ganesh Murmu
  • Masato Kobayashi
  • Toshiki Osada
0387-2807
Survey of the diachronical research of metatony2003 Lituanistica 56 (4): 41-59
  • Dangole Mikulėnienė
H6/KVT [LITUANISTICA]0235-716XEnglish summary
Foot structure and accent in Seneca2002 International journal of American linguistics 68 (3): 287-315
  • Alissa Melinger
0020-7071
An acoustic study of 'tonal accent' in Creek2002 International journal of American linguistics 68 (1): 28-50
  • Jack B. Martin
  • Keith Johnson
0020-7071
Critique in interaction2001 Critique of anthropology 21 (1): 83-107
  • Ben Rampton
H6 [CRITIQUE-]0308-275Xin special issue 'Discourse and critique'
The Lithuanian dialects of ŠkirānÆi, Nereta and Akníste of Latvia (phonetics)2001 Lituanistica 45 (1): 73-9
  • Kazimieras Garšva
H6/KVT [LITUANISTICA]0235-716XEnglish summary
La perception de l'accent tonique chez des bilingues français-espagnol2001 Annales de la Fondation Fyssen 16: 91-101
  • Sharon Peperkamp
0980-157X
The spectrum and prosody of south-western Aukštaičiani dialect vowels2001 Lituanistica 47 (3): 39-45
  • Asta Kazlauskienė
0235-716XEnglish summary
A metrical analysis of primary stress placement on southern east Cree2000 International journal of American linguistics 66 (2): 181-217
  • Julie Brittain
H6/KK [INTERNATIONAL-]0020-7071
L'accentuation des verbes à suffixe [yti]2000 Lituanistica 41/2 (1/2): 47-58
  • Vidas Kavaliauskas
0235-716XEnglish summary
Barasana tone and accent2000 International journal of American linguistics 66 (4): 419-63
  • Elsa Gomez-Imbert
  • Michael Kenstowicz
0020-7071
'Geordie nation': language and regional identity in the northeast of England1999 Lore and language 17 (1/2): 33-48
  • Joan C. Beal
H6/KF [LORE-]0307-7144
Nominals of Fatamanue, Seram Maluku: a subgrouping argument in central Malayo-Polynesian1999 Bulletin of the National Museum of Ethnology. Osaka 24 (3): 467-84
  • Osamu Sakiyama
0385-180XJapanese summary