PLC Digital Repository
This page serves as a digital repository for the conference proceedings, books of abstracts, and other resource materials generated from previous installments of the Philippine Linguistics Congress (PLC). In line with objectives of the PLC when it was first established in 1978 by then Chair Dr. Jonathan C. Malicsi, the PLC Digital Repository hopes to represent an ever-growing body of knowledge that chronicles how the study of Philippine languages has advanced through the years based on the research outputs read and discussed at the PLC by scholars of Philippine linguistics from different parts of the world.
This repository will be permanently stored in this site, where all the uploaded files are open access, to be used for free as reference materials for students, educators, researchers, and other enthusiasts of Philippine linguistics, language studies, and related disciplines. Please note, however, that a number of papers presented have already been updated, revised, and published in other academic platforms, so make sure that you get the most recent version of the paper. The copyright of each of the full papers remains with the respective authors. Please see the copyright clause below for more information. For inquiries, please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The copyright of all articles published in the PLC conference proceedings remains with the authors, i.e. authors retain full ownership of their article. The views reflected by the authors in the conference proceedings do not necessarily reflect the views of the publisher, editors, and conveners.
Access to the papers uploaded is free on the condition that proper attribution is given.
Author. (Date). “Title of Paper”. Paper presented at the [nth] Philippine Linguistics Congress. Quezon City: University of the Philippines Department of Linguistics. Accessed [Date] at the UP Department of Linguistics website: [link].
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