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Da Milano, Federica
2021. The category ‘pronoun’ in East and Southeast Asian languages, with a focus on Japanese. In Linguistic Categories, Language Description and Linguistic Typology [Typological Studies in Language, 132],  pp. 389 ff. DOI logo
Haspelmath, Martin
2001. Indefinite Pronouns, DOI logo
2011. On the grammaticalization of personal pronouns. Journal of Linguistics 47:3  pp. 587 ff. DOI logo
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1994. Word categories – prototypes and continua in southern bantu. South African Journal of Linguistics 12:sup20  pp. 215 ff. DOI logo
Moore, Harumi
2004. Semantic/pragmatic equivalence through formal and motivational shift. Australian Review of Applied Linguistics 27:2  pp. 32 ff. DOI logo
Müller, André & Rachel Weymuth
2017. How Society Shapes Language: Personal Pronouns in the Greater Burma Zone. Asiatische Studien - Études Asiatiques 71:1  pp. 409 ff. DOI logo
Poulos, G.
1999. Grammaticalisation in South-Eastern Bantu and the linguistic ‘dynamics’ underlying this process. South African Journal of African Languages 19:3  pp. 204 ff. DOI logo
Roque Amaral, Eduardo Tadeu, Wiltrud Mihatsch, F. Neveu, G. Bergounioux, M.-H. Côté, J.-M. Fournier, L. Hriba & S. Prévost
2016. Le nom françaispersonneen comparaison avec le portugais brésilienpessoaet l’allemandPerson– des noms en voie de pronominalisation ?. SHS Web of Conferences 27  pp. 12015 ff. DOI logo
Shibasaki, Reijirou
2014. More Thoughts on the Grammaticalization of Personal Pronouns. In Grammaticalization – Theory and Data [Studies in Language Companion Series, 162],  pp. 129 ff. DOI logo
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