Linguistics in the Netherlands 1996

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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.
[Linguistics in the Netherlands, 13] 1996.  x, 268 pp.
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Table of Contents
Preface
Crit Cremers and Marcel den Dikken
vii
List of Contributors
viii–ix
Constructions of inalienable possession: The role of inflectional morphology
Sergio Baauw
1–12
Associative DPs
Hans den Besten
13–24
On Heads and the Linear Correspondence Axiom
Hans Broekhuis
25–36
Inalienable possession in locational constructions: An apparent problem
Hans Broekhuis, Leonie Cornips and J. Maarten de Wind
37–48
The spread of the reflexive adjunct middle in the Limburg dialects: 1885-1994
Leonie Cornips
49–60
Ternary rhythm in Sentani
Nine Elenbaas
61–72
The history of thought about language and thought
Els Elffers-van Ketel
73–84
A dynamic binding approach to intervention effects on negative polarity item licensing
Martin Honcoop
85–96
How "greedy" is the French imperative?
Aafke Hulk
97–108
Reduplication in Leti
Harry van der Hulst and Marian A.F. Klamer
109–120
Agreement in Quechua: Evidence against Distributed Morphology
Simon van de Kerke
121–131
Boundary tones and the semantics of the Dutch final particles hé, hoor, zeg and joh
Robert S. Kirsner and Vincent J. van Heuven
133–146
Metrical complexity
Jan G. Kooij
147–158
Lexical stress and spoken word recognition: Dutch vs. English
Klaske van Leyden and Vincent J. van Heuven
159–170
On the rise and fall of Spanish diphthongs
Elisabeth Mauder and Vincent J. van Heuven
171–182
Constraint interaction in binding and the feature specification of anaphoric forms
Sergio Menuzzi
183–194
Dutch orthography: A near-optimal phonological transcription?
Anneke Nunn and Anneke Neijt
195–206
The nature of quantification of high-degree: 'very', 'many', and the exclamative
Gertjan Postma
207–220
Free indirect discourse in newspaper reports
Gisela Redeker
221–232
Cohesion analysis and information flow: The case of 'Because' versus 'because'
Jan Renkema
233–244
Emphasis spread in two dialects of Palestinian
Ruben van de Vijver
245–255
Object drop in Dutch imperatives
Janneke Visser
257–268
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Subjects

Main BIC Subject

CF: Linguistics

Main BISAC Subject

LAN009000: LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General