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Assmann, Muriel, Daniel Büring, Izabela Jordanoska & Max Prüller
2023. Towards a theory of morphosyntactic focus marking. Natural Language & Linguistic Theory 41:4  pp. 1349 ff. DOI logo
Féry, Caroline
2013. Focus as prosodic alignment. Natural Language & Linguistic Theory 31:3  pp. 683 ff. DOI logo
Goedegebuure, Petra
2009. Focus structure and Q-word questions in Hittite. Linguistics 47:4 DOI logo
Green, Melanie & Chris H. Reintges
2004. Hausa.. Lingua 114:1  pp. 77 ff. DOI logo
Güldemann, Tom, Sabine Zerbian & Malte Zimmermann
2015. Variation in Information Structure with Special Reference to Africa. Annual Review of Linguistics 1:1  pp. 155 ff. DOI logo
Hartmann, Katharina & Malte Zimmermann
2007. Focus strategies in Chadic – the case of Tangale revisited*. Studia Linguistica 61:2  pp. 95 ff. DOI logo
Hartmann, Katharina & Malte Zimmermann
2012. Focus marking in Bura: semantic uniformity matches syntactic heterogeneity. Natural Language & Linguistic Theory 30:4  pp. 1061 ff. DOI logo
Kaiser, Elsi
2016. Discourse level processing. In Visually Situated Language Comprehension [Advances in Consciousness Research, 93],  pp. 151 ff. DOI logo
Kandybowicz, Jason
2017. On prosodic variation and the distribution ofwh-in-situ. Linguistic Variation 17:1  pp. 111 ff. DOI logo
Kandybowicz, Jason, Bertille Baron, Philip T. Duncan & Hironori Katsuda
2023. Ikpana Interrogatives, DOI logo
Kratzer, Angelika & Elisabeth Selkirk
2020. Deconstructing information structure. Glossa: a journal of general linguistics 5:1 DOI logo
Szendrői, Kriszta
2017. Focus Movement. In The Wiley Blackwell Companion to Syntax, Second Edition,  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
van der Wal, Jenneke
2016. Diagnosing focus. Studies in Language 40:2  pp. 259 ff. DOI logo

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