Honours Theses (Linguistics)
The Honours Thesis is a piece of original research written by undergraduate students with the guidance of a faculty member over the final two semesters of the student's program.
Items in this Collection
- 1British National Corpus
- 1Contextual Associations
- 1Corpus Linguistics
- 1Distributional Hypothesis
In this study, the linguistic contexts of the English verb THINK and its near-synonyms CONSIDER, REFLECT, and PONDER will be investigated from a corpus linguistic perspective in order to determine what, if any, contextual factors are preferentially associated with the usage of each verb....
nêhiyawêtân, a computer assisted language learning (CALL) application for Plains Cree was evaluated. User reactions and behaviours were analysed using heuristic and co-operative evaluation methods. Feedback of heritage learners and other university students on the user interface were compared....
The Effects of Changes in Vocal Loudness on Measures of Speech Physiology in Children with Cerebral Palsy and Typically Developing ChildrenDownload
Cerebral palsy (CP) is a neurodevelopmental disorder that can involve the speech motor control in a large percentage of those having the disorder. This study aims to describe respiratory and laryngeal subsystems involved in speech motor control in children with CP by investigating one of the...
Human production and perception of language, although studied for decades, is largely misunderstood. Furthermore, not all sounds in human language have been studied extensively. Typologically rare sounds arguably lack reliable documentation and research. One such sound is voiceless nasals....