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Title: Research paradigms and linguistic research
Authors: Archibald, John
Keywords: Linguistics;Science--Methodology;Science
Issue Date: Jan-1994
Publisher: University of Calgary
Citation: Archibald, J. (1994). Research paradigms and linguistic research. Calgary Working Papers in Linguistics, 16(Winter), 1-10.
Abstract: The following papers (Derwing, Dobrovolsky, Guilfoyle, and Prideaux) began as a panel discussion at the annual Alberta Conference on Language (ACOL) held in Banff on November 7th, 1992. The general theme of the panel was Research Paradigms and linguistic Research, and the original panel consisted of Bruce Derwing (U of A), John Archibald (U of C), John Ohala (U of A; Berkley), Eithne Guilfoyle (U of C), Gary Prideaux (U of A), and Michael Dobrovolsky (U of C). Each original talk was about fifteen minutes long. In this paper, I would like to combine the very brief opening remarks that I made, as well as my contribution: research paradigms and language acquisition research.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1880/51374
ISSN: 2371-2643
Appears in Collections:Volume 16, Winter 1994

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