GIALens Volume 5 Number 2

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The Kewa Language Revisited
by Karl Franklin
Graduate Institute of Applied Linguistics Professor

Gapapaiwa Reduplication: A Phonological Analysis Using Optimality Theory
by Catherin McGuckin
Graduate Institute of Applied Linguistics Student and SIL/PNG

A False Claim of Translation Quality: Deliberately Omitting Polite Morphology
by Peter Unseth
Graduate Institute of Applied Linguistics Professor