Sample articles

Below are sample papers from Poznań Studies in Contemporary Linguistics. You can use them to familiarise yourself with the style; in particular, the referencing conventions. Make sure you also consult our guidelines for authors.

Wiland, B. 2018. "A note on lexicalizing ‘what’ and ‘who’ in Russian and in Polish". Poznań Studies in Contemporary Linguistics 54(4). 573−604. [Link to PDF at DeGruyter]

Schwartz, G. and J. Dzierla. 2018. "Polish listeners’ perception of vowel inherent spectral change in L2 English". Poznań Studies in Contemporary Linguistics 54(2). 307−332. [Link to PDF at DeGruyter]

[Older sample papers using a deprecated style can be found below.]

Loporcaro, M. 2011. "Morphological complexity without abstractness: Italo-Romance metaphony". Poznań Studies in Contemporary Linguistics 47(2). 177–202. [PDF]

Müller, S. 2011. "On the influence of subordinators on extractions from complement clauses". Poznań Studies in Contemporary Linguistics 47(3). 538–568. [PDF]