1998-1999 SLAT Dissertations

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Student NameAdvisor(s)TitleLink to Current Information
Ludmila DutkovaJane HillTexas Czech : an ethnolinguistic study
Kimberly Louise GeeslinRudolph TroikeSecond language acquisition of copula choice in Spanish and its relationship to language change
John Ioannis LiontasRobert AriewDeveloping a Pragmatic Methodology of Idiomaticity: The Comprehension and Interpretation of SL Vivid Phrasal Idioms During Reading
Evelyn Scanlon RogersRobert Ariew An Investigation of the Effects of Collaborative, Computer-Mediated Communication and Non-Collaborative, Computer-Assisted Writing Skills Practice on L2 Writing
Matthew Buchanan TellerMario Montalbetti and Janet NicolBroken Agreement in L2 Processing in Spanish

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