2010-2011 SLAT Dissertations

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Student NameAdvisor(s)Title Link to Current Information
Tina BadstuebnerPeter EckeL1 Attrition: German Immigrants in the U.S.
Theresa CatalanoGrace FielderXeno-Racism and Discursive Construction of “Us” vs. “Them”: Cosa Nostra, Wall Street and Immigrants in Crime ReportsAcademia.edu
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Miriam Diaz GranadoMiguel Simonet and Natasha WarnerL2 and L3 acquisition of the Portuguese stressed vowel inventory by native speakers of English
Jeffrey GabbitasDouglas AdamsonArticulation in the Spanish program at a large southwestern university: A case study
Gwynne GonzalesSara BeaudrieSpanish Heritage Language Use, Linguistic Integrity and Social Network
Nadia Hamrouni Kenneth ForsterStructure and processing in Tunisian Arabic: Speech error data
Angelica SandovalJun LiuAttitude, Motivation, and English Language Learning in a Mexican College Context
Helen ShishkinPeter EckeLanguage Dominance and Culture Dominance: Russian Immigrants in the US
Naoko WitzelKen ForsterHow Words are Represented in Bilingual MemoryAcademia.edu
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