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12PLC Accepted Papers

Abstracts Compilation

The following are the accepted papers in the 12th Philippines Linguistics Congress (12PLC):

“Puta! Masyadong technical ang gago!”: Negotiation of (Non)Academic Identity in, and the Transgressive Linguistic Landscape of, University Library Textbook Marginalia
NICANOR L. GUINTO
Southern Luzon State University

“She likes to learn/learning English… On Subjectless Nonfinite Clauses as Monotransitive Variants of Verbal Complements in Philippine English”
RAMSEY S. FERRER & TERI AN JOY G. MAGPALE
Philippine State College of Aeronautics – VAB

A Case Study on the Impact of the Environment to a Child’s First Language Acquisition
KARLA MAOLEN B. VISBAL
University of the Philippines – Diliman

A Cross-Linguistic Comparison of the Linking Constructions in Squliq, Kavalan, Tagalog, and Cebuano
MICHAEL TANANGKINGSING
National Taipei University of Technology

A Literary Translation of the Kapampangan Story, Luis Ing Mamulang by Amador, in Filipino
REMY J. TULABUT
Angeles University Foundation

A Preliminary Study on Iraya Mangyan Verbs & Word Order
ELSIE MARIE T. OR & IVAN PAUL M. BONDOC
University of the Philippines – Diliman & University of the Philippines – Manila

Ang Pagsasakatutubo bilang Lapit sa Semantikal na Elaborasyon ng mga Salitang Pandamdamin sa Wikang Filipino
JAYSON D.G. PETRAS
University of the Philippines – Diliman

Ang Pasig, Ilog/Bayan: Isang Pag-aaral sa Semantikal na Aspekto tungo sa Pagkakakilanlan
DANIM R. MAJERANO
Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Pasig

Complaining in English and in Kapampangan: A Contrastive Pragmatic Analysis
RENANTE D. DINGAL
Angeles University Foundation

Development and Validation of a Kapampangan-English Glossary of Selected Kapampangan Idioms
FORTEZA G. CANLAS
Angeles University Foundation

Mediated Representation of Power and Suffering in Kris Aquino’s March 21 News Interview in TV Patrol
ANGELICA AQUINO BAUTISTA
University of the Philippines – Diliman

Nang Matikman ni Adan ang Mansanas ni Eba: Conceptualizations of Sex in Tagalog Metaphors
JESUS FEDERICO C. HERNANDEZ
University of the Philippines – Diliman

Natural Language Processing: Tools and Techniques for Linguistic Studies
NATHANIEL OCO, LEIF ROMERITCH SYLIONGKA, JOEL ILAO, & RACHEL EDITA ROXAS
National University & De La Salle University

Nominalization in Tagalog Conversation
NAONORI NAGAYA
Tokyo University of Foreign Studies

Philippine-Type Ergativity in a Cross-Linguistic Perspective
YURY LANDER
National Research University Higher School of Economics

Requestive Speech Act Realization Patterns of Filipinos Learning Spanish as a Foreign Language
JENNIFER MIGUEL OZOA
University of the Philippines – Diliman

Sinurigao: Pormada, Plastada, Tunada, Pasabo
FRANCIS TOM ARAGON-PAREDES
Alegria National High School

The Pragmatic Functions of unsa and asa in Cebuano
MICHAEL TANANGKINGSING
National Taipei University of Technology

The Semantics of Pangasinan Verbal Affixes
FRANCISCO ROSARIO JR.
University of the Philippines – Baguio

When “Nothing” Means “Something” and other Faults in our Language
JERWIN F. AGPAOA
University of the Philippines – Diliman

Below are the accepted panel proposals:

TIME, SPACE AND KINSHIP: ETHNOLINGUISTIC STUDIES ON THE BATANIC COMMUNITIES OF THE PHILIPPINES

Ivatan Time Concepts
JAY-AR M. IGNO
University of the Philippines – Diliman

Vahay, Savahay, Kavahayan: The “house” among the Ivatans of Batanes
EDWIN WINSTON A. VALIENTES
University of the Philippines – Diliman

The Batanic Kinship System
MARIA KRISTINA S. GALLEGO
University of the Philippines – Diliman

 

SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY
Philippine Association of Speech-Language Pathology

Building Blocks of Semantic Categories in Early Child Language: Actual Verbs Used by Six Filipino Preschool Children per Category
E. CHUA, M. DY, J. MARZAN, & P. MANGUNE

Word Retrieval Performance of Elderly Filipinos: An Initial Study of the Aging Bilingual
CARLA KRISHAN A. CUADRO

Correctness of Verb Inflection Coding Aspect and Tense in Five 14 to 44-Month-Old Filipino Children: An Exploratory Descriptive Longitudinal Study
JCB MARZAN, MEL DY, MSA ANGELES, JFP ARNALDO, MBCN CAMACHO, TBG CRUZ, AL ESPINO, JC IBARDOLAZA, DRV LEANO, CSL MACARAEG, ACDL MAGBANUA, & GCS TAN
University of the Philippines – Manila

The Early Development of Lexicon and MLU: An Exploratory Longitudinal Study
JOCELYN CHRISTINA BRIONES MARZAN
University of the Philippines

The Fictional Narrative Skills of Selected 5-6 Year Old Typically Developing Filipino Children Residing in Metro Manila
BARBARA F. MUNAR

 

DIALECTOLOGY IN THE PHILIPPINES: RESOLVING PROBLEMS IN OVER- AND UNDER- DIFFERENTIATION OF LANGUAGES

The Bikol-Sorsogon Dialect Area: An Initial Look
FARAH C. CUNANAN
University of the Philippines – Diliman

Revisiting Inonhan: A Second Look at the “Dialects” Spoken in Carabao Island, Romblon
JEM R. JAVIER
University of the Philippines – Diliman

On the Need for Dialectological Studies for a Comprehensive Lexicography of Tagalog
RIA PARSRAM-RAFAEL
University of the Philippines – Diliman

Areal Variation in Morong Tagalog Intonation: An Acoustic Phonetic and Dialectological Approach
VINCCI SANTIAGO
University of the Philippines – Diliman

 

PHILIPPINE DIACHRONIC LINGUISTICS: PROSPECTS AND EXPLORATIONS

Reconstructing Negation in Philippine Languages
LOUWARD ALLEN M. ZUBIRI
University of the Philippines – Diliman

On Ancestry and Descent: A View from Historical Linguistics
MARIA KRISTINA S. GALLEGO
University of the Philippines – Diliman

A Phonetic Reconstruction Algorithm by Averaging
KEVIN CHRISTOPHER R. CATBAGAN
University of the Philippines – Diliman

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26th Annual Meeting of the Southeast Asian Linguistics SocietyMay 26th, 2016
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