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Title:Proceedings of the 7th World Congress of African Linguistics, Buea, 17-21 August 2012
Editors:Atindogbé, GratienISNI
Chibaka, Evelyn FogweISNI
Year:2017
Language:English
City:Mankon
Publisher:Langaa Research and Publishing CIG
ISBN:9956764507; 9789956764501
Geographic terms:Africa
Cameroon
Subjects:African languages
linguistics
sociolinguistics
conference papers (form)
2012
Abstract:This second volume of the Proceedings of the 7th World Congress of African Linguistics, organized in Buea (Cameroon) on 17-21 August 2012, deals with issues of morpho-syntax, phonetics and phonology, and sociolinguistics. Contributions are in English or in French. Authors: Andreas Joswig (ergativity and anti-passive in Majang); Sű-tôôg-nooma Kabore & Odile Racine (comparison of Swahili and Muure morphemes); Wega Simeu (formes nominales en polrě); Beban Sammy Chumbow & Yaphete Madjirade (temps, aspect, mode du b?bot); Doris Löhr & Eva Rothmaler (grammaticalized verbal and nominal forms in Kanuri/Kanembu); Lydia Hoeft (Koorete conditional constructions); Traoré Daouda (classes nominales en senar (langue senufo du Burkina Faso)); Melanie Viljoen (negation in Buwal); Sirih-Nagang Nancy Nyindem (focus in Ngamambo); Christine Waag (pronouns and case marking in Katcha (Sudan)); Gaston Bessala (questions in Bakókó); Mirjam Möller (the noun class system of Mmen (Grassfields Bantu)); Edmond Biloa (pied-piping, remnant movement and clause structure in Muyang); Delombera Negga (on a morpheme in Amharic); Rose-Juliet Anyanwu (negation in Yukuben (Jukunoid, Benue-Congo)); Evelyn Fogwe Chibaka (verb serialization in Meta); Yun-Hsin Chang & Funmilayo Amos Olorundare (modal-aspect complexes in Yoruba); Sylvester N. OSU (sentence final particles in Ikwere); Joshua T. Ham (nasal consonants in Saxwegbe (Gbe)); John R. Watters (tone in Western Ejagham (Etung)); Lillian Tokula & Martin Pütz (Emotion concepts in Igala (Nigeria)); Dahiru Muhammad Argungu (on the Hausa-Ajami writing system in Northern Nigeria). [ASC Leiden abstract]
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