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151.
Killing culture two: Toward an anatomy of cultural transformation in early Soviet Russia, 1920s–1930s
by Gilman, Christopher James, Ph.D.  University of Southern California. 2011: 396 pages; 3466002.
152.
Unsupervised linguistic inference
by Lamar, Michael T., Ph.D.  Brown University. 2010: 165 pages; 3430192.
153.
Audience effects in American Sign Language interpretation
by Weisenberg, Julia, Ph.D.  State University of New York at Stony Brook. 2009: 139 pages; 3401735.
154.
Exploring face -to -face and online classroom discourse: A case study of social roles as performed in a college course
by Brooks, Catherine Francis, Ph.D.  University of California, Riverside. 2008: 232 pages; 3319357.
155.
Processing Context-Sensitive Expressions: The Case of Gradable Adjectives and Numerals
by Terrasa, Helena Aparicio, Ph.D.  The University of Chicago. 2018: 205 pages; 10640835.
156.
Speaking of Sisterhood: A Sociolinguistic Study of an Asian American Sorority
by Bauman, Carina, Ph.D.  New York University. 2016: 143 pages; 10025709.
157.
The lexicographic treatment of color terms
by Williams, Krista, Ph.D.  Indiana University. 2014: 196 pages; 3624240.
158.
From the Internet to the streets: Occupy Wall Street, the Internet, and activism
by Hatcher, Alexandra M., M.A.  Northern Arizona University. 2013: 119 pages; 1537772.
159.
Paralinguistic cues and their effect on leader credibility
by Reid, Monte B., M.A.  Gonzaga University. 2013: 69 pages; 1537255.
160.
Small projections and grammaticalization in Korean
by Kim, Tae Sik, Ph.D.  Indiana University. 2011: 352 pages; 3489742.
161.
Exploring Japanese graduate students' perceptions of English and Japanese academic writing: A case study
by Sasagawa, Emiko, M.A.  California State University, Long Beach. 2011: 123 pages; 1504532.
162.
The transformation of spatal experience in narrative discourse
by Howald, Blake Stephen, Ph.D.  Georgetown University. 2011: 244 pages; 3459823.
163.
Heritage Language Learners: On the Brink of Language and Cultural Loss
by Trinidad-Sheahan, Cynthia, Ed.D.  University of Colorado at Denver. 2019: 110 pages; 13863327.
164.
Modest Dress as Literacy Practice in English-Speaking Conservative Mennonite Groups
by Mong, Megan Lois, M.A.  The University of North Dakota. 2018: 137 pages; 10845634.
165.
Contact-induced cross-dialectal phonetic variability in an endangered Iranian language: The case of Taleshi
by Khalili, Niloofar, Ph.D.  University of Colorado at Boulder. 2016: 101 pages; 10151059.
167.
The Southern Vowel Shift in the speech of women from Mississippi
by Knight, Whitney Leigh, M.A.  Mississippi State University. 2015: 138 pages; 1596062.
168.
Language and U.S. citizenship: Meanings, ideologies, and policies
by Loring, Ariel Fradene, Ph.D.  University of California, Davis. 2013: 213 pages; 3596915.
169.
Accent-based implicit prejudice: A novel application of the implicit association test
by Chu, Carolyn, M.A.  San Jose State University. 2013: 68 pages; 1541496.
170.
Plurality cues and non-agreement in English existentials
by Melnick, Robin, M.A.  San Jose State University. 2013: 96 pages; 1541541.
171.
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Reflexives in Japanese
by Kishida, Maki, Ph.D.  University of Maryland, College Park. 2011: 281 pages; 3495391.
173.
The importance of being a complement: CED effects revisited
by Jurka, Johannes, Ph.D.  University of Maryland, College Park. 2010: 248 pages; 3426402.
174.
The temporal organization of syllabic structure
by Shaw, Jason A., Ph.D.  New York University. 2010: 221 pages; 3408355.
175.
Omitted arguments and complexity of predication
by Port, Martin, Ph.D.  City University of New York. 2010: 253 pages; 3396486.
176.
An MRI-based articulatory and acoustic study of American English liquid sounds /r/ and /l/
by Zhou, Xinhui, Ph.D.  University of Maryland, College Park. 2009: 171 pages; 3359437.
177.
Second language sentence processing: Is it fundamentally different?
by Rodriguez, Guillermo A., Ph.D.  University of Pittsburgh. 2008: 185 pages; 3349269.
178.
The Origin, Functions, and Histories of Germanic Adjective Endings
by Evans, Elliott, Ph.D.  Indiana University. 2019: 201 pages; 13858651.
179.
Clause Types and Transitivity in Wixárika (Huichol): A Uto-Aztecan Language
by Ramos Bierge, Stefanie, Ph.D.  University of Colorado at Boulder. 2017: 403 pages; 10605084.
180.
A Grammar of Yeri a Torricelli language of Papua New Guinea
by Wilson, Jennifer, Ph.D.  State University of New York at Buffalo. 2017: 833 pages; 10255769.
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