Linguistics research seminars
Expand your linguistics knowledge and skills at our monthly Linguistics seminars.
All seminars are held from 1pm-2pm, Tuesday at the Australian Hearing Hub seminar room S2.6 1.640.
All seminars are webcast live, and recorded. To access the live webcast for any of these seminars, or to catch up on one you missed, visit the Linguistics Seminar 2016 echo website.
Do semantic and phonological aspects of spoken word knowledge predict reading ability in children with hearing loss?
“What’s aught but as ’tis valued?”: the verb BE and its synonyms
Children’s conceptualisation of Murrinhpatha classificatory kinship
Rime and reason: new Insights into English syllable structure
Swearing in sport: managing leadership identity across public and private domains
Understanding ideology: a dialogue between linguistics and sociology
Professor David McAlpine
Processing speech in background noise - the effect of hidden hearing loss
Dr Jorg Buchcholz
Laboratory-based performance measures of speech communication ability and hearing device benefit often do not correlate well with the performance reported and experienced by hearing-impaired subjects in the real world.
Dr Sharyn Black and Dr Cassi Liardet
From “As we live in the world” to “In a modern global context”: measuring learner uptake of literacy skills across an undergraduate academic communication unit.
Dr Haidee Kruger and Professor Bertus van Rooy
Combining corpus methods with construction grammar: modelling the construction network of verb complement clauses in Afrikaans