Some high quality papers from our linguistics courses are posted here to give you examples of what your papers can look like with effort and assistance.
At the moment, we only have papers from LING 282W. Please check back each semester for more examples.
The following are final papers from students in Dr. Heather Bliss' LING 282W "Communication & Argumentation" in Fall 2019.
- The Morphophonological Aspects of Diminutive Suffixes in the Colombian Dialect of Spanish
- Acoustic variation between English nasalized vowels and French nasal vowels
- Riocontra, a jargon fruit of syllabic metathesis
- Syntactic Categorization of 'Side-eye': Noun, Verb, and Adjective
- The use of biofeedback in speech therapy for individuals with Down syndrome: a comparison of ultrasound and electropalatography
- Xe went to the store: Are gender-neutral pronouns breaking into a closed syntactic category?