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Ball (Martin J.)

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Ball, Martin J., and Nicole Müller (eds), The Celtic languages, 2nd ed., Routledge Language Family Descriptions, London, New York: Routledge, 2009.
Ball, Martin J., “The paradigm economy principle and Welsh verbal morphology”, Zeitschrift für celtische Philologie 47 (1995): 235–247.
Ball, Martin J., and James Fife (eds), The Celtic languages, Routledge Language Family Descriptions, London, New York: Routledge, 1993.
Ball, Martin J., and Nicole Müller, Mutation in Welsh, London: Routledge, 1992.
Ball, Martin J., “The Welsh lateral fricative: lateral or fricative?”, in: Martin J. Ball, James Fife, Erich Poppe, and Jenny Rowland (eds), Celtic linguistics / Ieithyddiaeth Geltaidd: readings in the Brythonic languages. Festschrift for T. Arwyn Watkins, Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 4.68, Amsterdam: Benjamins, 1990. 109–125.
Ball, Martin J., James Fife, Erich Poppe, and Jenny Rowland (eds), Celtic linguistics / Ieithyddiaeth Geltaidd: readings in the Brythonic languages. Festschrift for T. Arwyn Watkins, Amsterdam Studies in the Theory and History of Linguistic Science, 4.68, Amsterdam: Benjamins, 1990.  
comments: The volume is divided into four sections:
  1. Studies in Welsh linguistics (with contributions by Evans, Awbery, Thomas, Thomas, Jones, Fife, Borsley and Ball)
  2. Studies in Breton and Cornish linguistics (Humphreys, Stevens, Hewitt, Timm, Hennessey, George and Williams)
  3. Studies in literary linguistics (Sims-Williams, Haycock, Rowland, Tristram and Caerwyn Williams)
  4. Studies in historical linguistics (Zimmer, Harvey, Mac Cana, Meid, Hamp and Poppe).
Ball, Martin J., “The transcription of suprasegmentals in Welsh”, Journal of the International Phonetic Association 19 (1989): 89–96.
Ball, Martin J., “Voicing and Welsh fricatives”, Cardiff Working Papers in Welsh Linguistics 6 (1989): 23–32.
Ball, Martin J., “Variation in the use of initial consonant mutations”, in: Martin J. Ball (ed.), The use of Welsh: a contribution to sociolinguistics, 36, Clevedon, Philadelphia: Multilingual Matters, 1988. 70–81.
Ball, Martin J., “The erosion of the Welsh pre-sentential particle system: a generative account”, Studia Celtica 22–23 (1987–1988): 134–145.
Ball, Martin J., Tweli Griffiths, and Glyn E. Jones, “Broadcast Welsh”, in: Martin J. Ball (ed.), The use of Welsh: a contribution to sociolinguistics, 36, Clevedon, Philadelphia: Multilingual Matters, 1988. 182–199.
Ball, Martin J., “Accounting for linguistic variation: dialectology”, in: Martin J. Ball (ed.), The use of Welsh: a contribution to sociolinguistics, 36, Clevedon, Philadelphia: Multilingual Matters, 1988. 7–23.
Ball, Martin J. (ed.), The use of Welsh: a contribution to sociolinguistics, Multilingual Matters, 36, Clevedon, Philadelphia: Multilingual Matters, 1988. x + 341 pp.  
comments: The twenty contributions in this book are divided into six parts:
  • Part I: Linguistic variation in Welsh (chapters 1-3: introduction and Accounting for linguistic variation);
  • Part II: Variations and levels of language (chapters 4-7);
  • Part III: Studies of the use of Welsh (chapters 8-10);
  • Part IV: Non-geographical varieties of Welsh (chapters 11-14: from Literary Welsh to Cymraeg Byw);
  • Part V: Children’s use of Welsh (chapters 15-18); and
  • Part VI: Theoretical implications (chapters 19-20).
Ball, Martin J., “Variation in mutation — where do the variable rules go?”, in: Martin J. Ball (ed.), The use of Welsh: a contribution to sociolinguistics, 36, Clevedon, Philadelphia: Multilingual Matters, 1988. 307–318.
Ball, Martin J., “Accounting for linguistic variation: sociolinguistics”, in: Martin J. Ball (ed.), The use of Welsh: a contribution to sociolinguistics, 36, Clevedon, Philadelphia: Multilingual Matters, 1988. 24–38.
Ball, Martin J., “The study of pronunciation patterns”, in: Martin J. Ball (ed.), The use of Welsh: a contribution to sociolinguistics, 36, Clevedon, Philadelphia: Multilingual Matters, 1988. 49–57.
Ball, Martin J., “Variation in grammar”, in: Martin J. Ball (ed.), The use of Welsh: a contribution to sociolinguistics, 36, Clevedon, Philadelphia: Multilingual Matters, 1988. 58–69.
Ball, Martin J., “Analogic levelling in Welsh prepositions”, Zeitschrift für celtische Philologie 42 (1987): 362–365.
Ascott, F. M., and Martin J. Ball, “Measuring language proficiency in bilingual children: a preliminary study from Welsh”, Cardiff Working Papers in Welsh Linguistics 5 (1987): 29–41.
Ball, Martin J., “Exploring stylistic variation in the aspirate mutation of Welsh”, Études Celtiques 23 (1986): 255–264.  
abstract:
Examen des tests linguistiques permettant de mesurer l'emploi de la mutation spirante, qui a tendance à disparaître de l’usage en gallois moderne.
Persée – Études Celtiques, vol. 23, 1986: <link>
Ball, Martin J., “The reporter’s test as a sociolinguistic tool”, Language in Society 15 (1986): 375–386.
Ball, Martin J., “Radio Cymru: programme style and linguistic variation”, Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development 6 (1985): 157–163.
Ball, Martin J., “Phonological variation in the personal pronouns in Welsh”, Cardiff Working Papers in Welsh Linguistics 4 (1985): 25–30.
Ball, Martin J., “An error recognition test as a measure of linguistic competence: an example from Welsh”, Journal of Psycholinguistic Research 14 (1985): 399–407.
Ball, Martin J., “Phonetics for phonology”, in: Martin J. Ball, and Glyn E. Jones (eds), Welsh phonology. Selected readings, Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 1984. 5–39.


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