Linguistics in the Netherlands 1996 (Linguistics in the Netherlands 13)

Linguistics in the Netherlands 1996 (Linguistics in the Netherlands 13)

By: Crit Cremers (editor), Marcel den Dikken (volume_editor)Paperback

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This volume contains a selection of papers presented at the twenty-seventh annual meeting of the Linguistic society of the Netherlands, held in Utrecht on January, 20, 1996. The aim of the annual meeting is to provide members of the society with an opportunity to report on their work in progress. The 20 papers in this volume present an overview of research in different fields of linguistics in the Netherlands. It contains articles on phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, and language acquisition.


1. Preface (by Cremers, Crit); 2. List of Contributors; 3. Constructions of inalienable possession: The role of inflectional morphology (by Baauw, Sergio); 4. Associative DPs (by Besten, Hans den); 5. On Heads and the Linear Correspondence Axiom (by Broekhuis, Hans); 6. Inalienable possession in locational constructions: An apparent problem (by Broekhuis, Hans); 7. The spread of the reflexive adjunct middle in the Limburg dialects: 1885-1994 (by Cornips, Leonie); 8. Ternary rhythm in Sentani (by Elenbaas, Nine); 9. The history of thought about language and thought (by Elffers-van Ketel, Els); 10. A dynamic binding approach to intervention effects on negative polarity item licensing (by Honcoop, Martin); 11. How "greedy" is the French imperative? (by Hulk, Aafke); 12. Reduplication in Leti (by Hulst, Harry van der); 13. Agreement in Quechua: Evidence against Distributed Morphology (by Kerke, Simon van de); 14. Boundary tones and the semantics of the Dutch final particles he, hoor, zeg and joh (by Kirsner, Robert S.); 15. Metrical complexity (by Kooij, Jan G.); 16. Lexical stress and spoken word recognition: Dutch vs. English (by Leyden, Klaske van); 17. On the rise and fall of Spanish diphthongs (by Mauder, Elisabeth); 18. Constraint interaction in binding and the feature specification of anaphoric forms (by Menuzzi, Sergio); 19. Dutch orthography: A near-optimal phonological transcription? (by Nunn, Anneke); 20. The nature of quantification of high-degree: 'very', 'many', and the exclamative (by Postma, Gertjan); 21. Free indirect discourse in newspaper reports (by Redeker, Gisela); 22. Cohesion analysis and information flow: The case of 'Because' versus 'because' (by Renkema, Jan); 23. Emphasis spread in two dialects of Palestinian (by Vijver, Ruben van de); 24. Object drop in Dutch imperatives (by Visser, Janneke)

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