Linguistics Department, The University of New South Wales
The 2002 Australian Linguistic Society Conference was organized by the Linguistics Department of the University of New South Wales and was held at Macquarie University, 13-14 July 2002.
Papers from these proceedings should be referenced as:
Author(s)-of-paper. 2003. Title-of-paper. In Peter Collins & Mengistu Amberber (eds), Proceedings of the 2002 Conference of the Australian Linguistic Society. http://www.als.asn.au.
Note that there is no overall page numbering system for the proceedings as a whole: page numbering begins at 1 in each paper.
Not all papers presented at the conference were accepted for publication. These papers were anonymously peer-reviewed by at least two academic referees to DEST standards. Papers were required to meet the standard for publication in academic journals such as the Australian Journal of Linguistics, subject to a word limit commensurate with the length of conference presentations. The review process for the proceedings was separate from the review process for acceptance of abstracts for the actual conference presentations.
The official year of publication of these proceedings is 2003.
- A typology of spreading, insertion and deletion or what you weren't told about raddoppiamento sintattico in Italian
Absalom, Matthew, Mary Stevens & John Hajek
- The Early English 'his genitives' from a Germanic perspective
Allen, Cynthia L.
- Verbal logophoricity in African languages
Curnow, Timothy Jowan
- Negation and grammatical functions in Skou
- The semantics of nicknames of the American presidents
- Yes or no? The complex semantics of a simple question
- Agreement and animacy in 'auxiliary pronoun possessives' in Middle and Early Modern Dutch
- English grammar in schools
- Subjectivity and the 'accusative' -te aru construction in Japanese
- Development of phonological categories in children's perception of final voicing in English
- Linguistic frame of reference reconsidered
- Pragmatic and discourse markedness hypothesis
Tran, Giao Quynh
- 'I'm not a ghost!': Semantic analyses of some 'emotional adverbs' in Mandarin Chinese
The editors would like to thank the following colleagues for acting as referees:
Gerrit J. Dimmendaal