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Items where Subject is "P Language and Literature > PJ Semitic"

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Article

Al-Wer, E and Horesh, U and Herin, B and Fanis, M (2015) 'How Arabic Regional Features Become Sectarian Features Jordan as a Case Study.' Zeitschrift fuer Arabische Linguistik, 62. 68 - 87. ISSN 0170-026X

Cotter, WM and Horesh, U (2015) 'Social integration and dialect divergence in coastal Palestine.' Journal of Sociolinguistics, 19 (4). 460 - 483. ISSN 1360-6441

Gafter, Roey J and Horesh, Uri (2015) 'When the Construction Is Axla, Everything Is Axla: A Case of Combined Lexical and Structural Borrowing from Arabic to Hebrew.' Journal of Jewish Languages, 3 (1-2). 337 - 348. ISSN 2213-4638

Horesh, Uri and Cotter, William M (2016) 'Current Research on Linguistic Variation in the Arabic-Speaking World.' Language and Linguistics Compass, 10 (8). 370 - 381. ISSN 1749-818X

Sadler, LG and Camilleri, M (2017) 'Free Relatives in Maltese.' Brill's Journal of Afroasiatic Languages and Linguistics, 10. ISSN 1876-6633

Book Section

Al-Wer, E (2002) 'Education as a Speaker Variable.' In: Rouchdy, A, (ed.) Language Contact and Language Conflict in Arabic. Variations on a sociolinguistic theme. Routledge Curzon, 41 - 53.

Al-Wer, E (2003) 'Variability Reproduced: A variationist view of the [Daad]/[Dhaa] opposition in modern Arabic dialects.' In: de Jong, R and Haak, M and Versteegh, K, (eds.) Approaches to Arabic Dialects: A Collection of Articles presented to Manfred Woidich on the Occasion of his Sixtieth Birthday. Brill, 21 - 32. ISBN 9789004132061

Al-Wer, E and de Jong, R (2017) 'Dialects of Arabic.' In: Boberg, C and Nerbonne, J and Watt, D, (eds.) UNSPECIFIED Wiley-Blackwell. ISBN 978-1-118-82755-0

Al-Wer, Enam (2003) 'New dialect formation.' In: UNSPECIFIED, (ed.) Social Dialectology. John Benjamins Publishing Company, 59 - 67. ISBN 9781588114037

Al-Wer, Enam and Al-Qahtani, Khairia (2016) 'Lateral fricative ḍād in Tihāmat Qaḥtān.' In: UNSPECIFIED, (ed.) Perspectives on Arabic Linguistics XXVII. John Benjamins Publishing Company, 151 - 169. ISBN 9789027200310

Horesh, U (2016) 'L’arabe palestinien colonisé par l’hébreu moderne : une analyse préliminaire culturelle et linguistique.' In: Saquer-Sabin, F and Persyn, E, (eds.) Regards sur le proche-orient �clat�-complexe-paradoxal. Les Presses de l'Universit� Charles-de-Gaulle ? Lille 3, 243 - 253. ISBN 978-2-84467-140-0

Horesh, U (2015) 'Structural change in urban Palestinian Arabic induced by contact with modern Hebrew.' In: UNSPECIFIED, (ed.) UNSPECIFIED UNSPECIFIED, 198 - 233. ISBN 9789004300149

Horesh, U (2009) 'Tense.' In: Versteegh, K, (ed.) Encyclopedia of Arabic language and linguistics. Brill, 454 - 458.

Horesh, U and Cotter, WM (2015) 'Sociolinguistics of Palestinian Arabic.' In: Edzard, L and de Jong, R, (eds.) Encyclopedia of Arabic Language and Linguistics Online. Brill.

Conference or Workshop Item

Camilleri, M and Sadler, L (2012) On the analysis of non-selected datives in Maltese. In: UNSPECIFIED, ? - ?.

Camilleri, M and Sadler, L (2011) Restrictive Relative Clauses in Maltese. In: UNSPECIFIED, ? - ?.

ElSadek, Shaimaa and Sadler, Louisa (2015) EGYPTIAN ARABIC PERCEPTUAL REPORTS. In: UNSPECIFIED, ? - ?.

Thesis

Al-Timimi, Alyaa (2018) A sociolinguistic study of the 'Broken Plural' in the speech of Iraqi Arabic-English bilingual children. PhD thesis, University of Essex.

Alqahtani, Khairiah (2015) A sociolinguistic study of the Tihami Qahtani dialect in Asir, Southern Arabia. PhD thesis, University of Essex.

Camilleri, Maris (2016) Temporal and Aspectual auxiliaries in Maltese. PhD thesis, University of Essex.

ElSadek, Shaimaa (2016) Verbal Complementation in Egyptian Colloquial Arabic : An LFG account. PhD thesis, University of Essex.

Ramli, Noura (2016) The Verb in Transitional Libyan Arabic: Morphomes, the Stem space and Principal parts. PhD thesis, University of Essex.

Other

Horesh, U (2014) Phonological outcomes of language contact in the Palestinian Arabic dialect of Jaffa. University of Essex.

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