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McClave, E. Z. 2001. The relationship between spontaneous gestures of the hearing and American Sign Language. Gesture 11: 51–72.

McKee, D., and G. Kennedy. 2000. Lexical comparison of signs from American, Australian, British, and New Zealand sign languages. In The signs of language revisited: An anthology to honor Ursula Bellugi and Edward Klima, ed. K. Emmorey and H. Lane, 49–76. Mahwah, N.J.: Erlbaum.

McKee, R. L., and J. Napier. 2002. Interpreting into International Sign Pidgin. Sign Language and Linguistics 51: 27–54.

McNeill, D. 1992. Hand and mind. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Meier, R. P. 1982. Icons, analogues, and morphemes: The acquisition of verb agreement in ASL. PhD diss., University of California–San Diego.

———. 2002. Why different, why the same? Explaining effects and non-effects of modality upon linguistic structure in sign and speech. In Modality and structure in signed and spoken languages, ed. R. P. Meier, K. Cormier, and D. Quinto-Pozos, 1–25. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Metzger, M. 1995. Constructed dialogue and constructed action in American Sign Language. In Sociolinguistics in Deaf communities, ed. C. Lucas, 255– 71. Washington, D.C.: Gallaudet University Press.

Miller, C. 2001. The adaptation of loan words in Quebec Sign Language: Multiple sources, multiple processes. In Foreign vocabulary in sign language: A cross-linguistic investigation of word formation, ed. D. Brentari, 139–73. Mahwah, N.J.: Erlbaum.

Mitchell, R. E., and M. A. Karchmer. 2004. Chasing the mythical ten percent: Parental hearing status of deaf and hard of hearing students in the United States. Sign Language Studies 42: 138–63.

Morford, J., and J. MacFarlane. 2003. Frequency characteristics of American Sign Language. Sign Language Studies 32: 213–25.

Mufwene, S. S. 2001. The ecology of language evolution. New York: Cambridge University Press.

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Nonaka, A. M. 2004. The forgotten endangered languages: Lessons on the importance of remembering from Thailand’s Ban Khor Sign Language. Language in Society 33: 737–67.

Padden, C. A. 1983. Interaction of morphology and syntax in American Sign Language. PhD diss., University of California–San Diego.

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Pakir, A. 1989. Linguistic alternants and code selection in Baba Malay. World Englishes 8: 379–88.

Parkhurst, S. and D. Parkhurst. 2003. Lexical comparisons of signed languages and the effects of iconicity. Unpublished manuscript.

Pietrosemoli, L. 2001. Politeness in Venezuelan Sign Language. In Signed languages: Discoveries from international research, ed. V. Dively, M. Metzger, S. Taub, and A. M. Baer, 163–79. Washington, D.C.: Gallaudet University Press.

Pizzuto, E., and V. Volterra. 2000. Iconicity and transparency in sign languages: A cross-linguistic cross-cultural view. In The signs of language revisited: An anthology to honor Ursula Bellugi and Edward Klima, ed. K. Emmorey and H. Lane, 261–86. Mahwah, N.J.: Erlbaum.


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