Natural Language & Linguistic Theory
Natural Language & Linguistic Theory provides a forum for the discussion of theoretical research that pays close attention to natural language data, offering a channel of communication between researchers of a variety of points of view. The journal actively seeks to bridge the gap between descriptive work and work of a highly theoretical, less empirically oriented nature. In attempting to strike this balance, the journal presents work that makes complex language data accessible to those unfamiliar with the language area being studied and work that makes complex theoretical positions more accessible to those working outside the theoretical framework under review. Natural Language & Linguistic Theory features: generative studies on the syntax, semantics, phonology and the lexicon of natural language; surveys of recent theoretical developments that facilitate accessibility for a graduate student readership; reactions/replies to recent papers book reviews of important linguistics titles; special topic issues.
32 Volumes 127 Issues 818 Articles available from 1983 - 2014Browse Volumes & Issues
William G. Bennett (October 2014)
Jun Yashima (October 2014)
Being progressive is just a phase: celebrating the uniqueness of progressive aspect under a phase-based analysis
William Harwood (October 2014)
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