Part of
Pragmatic Markers and Peripheries
Edited by Daniël Van Olmen and Jolanta Šinkūnienė
[Pragmatics & Beyond New Series 325] 2021
► pp. 1948
References (76)
Auchlin, Antoine, and Angela Ferrari
1994 “Structuration prosodique, syntaxe, discours: Evidences et problèmes [Prosodic structuration, syntax, discourse: Obvious and problematic aspects].” Cahiers de Linguistique Française 15: 187–216.Google Scholar
Auer, Peter
2009 “On-line Syntax: Thoughts on the Temporality of Spoken Language.” Language Sciences 31 (1): 1–13. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Auer, Peter, and Jan Lindström
2015 “Left/right Asymmetries and the Grammar of Pre- vs. Post-positioning in German and Swedish Talk-in-interaction.” InLiSt – Interaction and Linguistic Structures 56: 1–35.Google Scholar
Beeching, Kate, and Ulrich Detges
2014a “Introduction.” In Discourse Functions at the Left and Right Periphery: Crosslinguistic Investigations of Language Use and Language Change, ed. by Kate Beeching, and Ulrich Detges, 1–23. Leiden: Brill. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
(eds) 2014bDiscourse Functions at the Left and Right Periphery: Crosslinguistic Investigations of Language Use and Language Change. Leiden: Brill. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Benzitoun, Christophe, Anne Dister, Kim Gerdes, Sylvain Kahane, Paola Pietrandrea, Frédéric Sabio, and Jeanne-Marie Debaisieux
2010 “Tu veux couper là faut dire pourquoi. Propositions pour une segmentation syntaxique du français parlé [You want to cut here gotta say why. Propositions for a syntactic segmentation of spoken French].” In 2ème Congrès Mondial de Linguistique Française, 139. EDP Sciences. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Berrendonner, Alain
2002 “Les deux syntaxes [The two syntaxes].” Verbum 24 (1–2): 23–36.Google Scholar
Boersma, Paul, and David Weenink
2017 “Praat: Doing Phonetics by Computer.” Computer program. Version 6.0.29. URL: [URL]
Bolly, Catherine, Ludivine Crible, Liesbeth Degand, and Deniz Uygur-Distexhe
2017 “Towards a Model for Discourse Marker Annotation: From Potential to Feature-based Discourse Markers.” In Discourse Markers, Pragmatic Markers and Modal Particles: New Perspectives, ed. by Chiara Fedriani, and Andrea Sansó, 71–97. Amsterdam: Benjamins. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Briz, Antonio, and Salvador Pons Bordería
2010 “Unidades, marcadores discursivos y posición [Units, discourse markers and position].” In Los estudios sobre marcadores del discurso en español, hoy, ed. by Oscar Loureda Lamas, and Esperanza Acin Villa, 327–358. Madrid: Arco Libros.Google Scholar
Chafe, William
1987 “Cognitive Constraints on Information Flow.” In Coherence and Grounding in Discourse, ed. by Russell Tomlin, 21–51. Amsterdam: Benjamins. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
1994Discourse, Consciousness, and Time. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.Google Scholar
Couper-Kuhlen, Elizabeth
2006 “Prosodic Cues of Discourse Units.” In Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics (Second Edition), ed. by Keith Brown, 178–182. Oxford: Elsevier. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Couper-Kuhlen, Elizabeth, and Margaret Selting
1996 “Towards an Interactional Perspective on Prosody and a Prosodic Perspective on Interaction.” In Prosody in Conversation, ed. by Elizabeh Couper-Kuhlen, and Margaret Selting, 11–56. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Crible, Ludivine
2017 “Discourse Markers and (Dis)fluencies in English and French: Variation and Combination in the DisFrEn Corpus.” International Journal of Corpus Linguistics 22 (2): 242–269. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Crible, Ludivine, and Liesbeth Degand
2019 “Domains and Functions: A Two-dimensional Account of Discourse Markers.” Discours 24. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Cuenca, Maria Josep
2013 “The Fuzzy Boundaries between Discourse Marking and Modal Marking.” In Discourse Markers and Modal Particles. Categorization and Description, ed. by Liesbeth Degand, Bert Cornillie, and Paola Pietrandrea, 191–216. Amsterdam: Benjamins. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Davidse, Kristin, Lieven Vandelanotte, and Hubert Cuyckens
(eds) 2010Subjectification, Intersubjectification and Grammaticalization. Berlin: De Gruyter. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Debaisieux, Jeanne-Marie
2016 “Toward a Global Approach to Discourse Uses of Conjunctions in Spoken French.” Language Sciences 58: 79–94. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Degand, Liesbeth
2014 “ ‘So Very Fast Very Fast Then’ Discourse Markers at Left and Right Periphery in Spoken French.” In Discourse Functions at the Left and Right Periphery: Crosslinguistic Investigations of Language Use and Language Change, ed. by Kate Beeching, and Ulrich Detges, 151–178. Leiden: Brill. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Degand, Liesbeth, and Benjamin Fagard
2011 “ Alors between Discourse and Grammar: The Role of Syntactic Position.” Functions of Language 18 (1): 29–56. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Degand, Liesbeth, Laurence Martin, and Anne Catherine Simon
2014 “LOCAS-F: Un corpus oral multigenres annoté [LOCAS-F: An annotated multi-genre spoken corpus].” In CMLF 2014 – 4ème Congrès Mondial de Linguistique Française, 2613–2626.Google Scholar
Degand, Liesbeth, and Anne Catherine Simon
2005 “Minimal Discourse Units: Can We Define Them, and Why Should We?” In Proceedings of SEM-05. Connectors, Discourse Framing and Discourse Structure: From Corpus-based and Experimental Analyses to Discourse Theories, ed. by Michel Aurnague, Myriam Bras, Anne Le Draoulec, and Laure Vieu, 65–74.Google Scholar
2009a “On Identifying Basic Discourse Units in Speech: Theoretical and Empirical Issues.” Discours 4. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
2009b “Mapping Prosody and Syntax as Discourse Strategies: How Basic Discourse Units Vary across Genres.” In Where Prosody Meets Pragmatics: Research at the Interface, ed. by Anne Wichmann, Dagmar Barth-Weingarten, and Nicole Dehé, 79–105. Bingley: Emerald Group Publishing. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Degand, Liesbeth, Anne Catherine Simon, Noalig Tanguy, and Thomas Van Damme
2014 “Initiating a Discourse Unit in Spoken French: Prosodic and Syntactic Features of the Left Periphery.” In Discourse Segmentation in Romance Languages, ed. by Salvador Pons Bordería, 243–273. Amsterdam: Benjamins. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Di Cristo, Albert
2013La prosodie de la parole [The prosody of speech]. Bruxelles: De Boeck Supérieur Solal.Google Scholar
Estellés, Maria, and Salvador Pons Bordería
2014 “Absolute Initial Position.” In Models of Discourse Segmentation. Explorations across Romance Languages, ed. by Salvador Pons Bordería, 121–155. Amsterdam: Benjamins. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Fabricius-Hansen, Catherine, Wiebke Ramm, and Liesbeth Degand
2009 “Linearization and Segmentation in Discourse: Introduction to the Special Issue.” Discours 4.Google Scholar
Fitzmaurice, Susan
2004 “Subjectivity, Intersubjectivity and the Historical Construction of Interlocutor Stance: From Stance Markers to Discourse Markers.” Discourse Studies 6 (4): 427–448. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Ford, Cecilia, and Sandra Thompson
1996 “Interactional Units in Conversation: Syntactic, Intonational, and Pragmatic Resources for the Management of Turns.” In Interaction and Grammar, ed. by Elinor Ochs, Emanuel Schegloff, and Sarah Thompson, 134–184. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Gibbs, Raymond
2014 “Is a General Theory of Utterance Interpretation Really Possible?Belgian Journal of Linguistics 28 (1): 19–44. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Gonzalez, Maria Josep
2005 “Pragmatic Markers and Discourse Coherence Relations in English and Catalan Oral Narrative.” Discourse Studies 77 (1): 53–86. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Hannay, Mike, and Caroline Kroon
2005 “Acts and the Relationship between Discourse and Grammar.” Functions of Language 12: 87–124. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Haselow, Alexander
2012 “Subjectivity, Intersubjectivity and the Negotiation of Common Ground in Spoken Discourse: Final Particles in English.” Language and Communication 32 (3): 182–204. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
2016 “A Processual View on Grammar: Macrogrammar and the Final Field in Spoken Syntax.” Language Sciences 54: 77–101. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
2017Spontaneous Spoken English: An Integrated Approach to the Emergent Grammar of Speech. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Heim, Johannes
2019 “Turn-peripheral Management of Common Ground: A Study of Swabian Gell .” Journal of Pragmatics 141: 130–146. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Higashizumi, Yuko, Noriko Onodera, and Sung-Ock Sohn
2016 “Periphery.” Journal of Historical Pragmatics 17 (2): 163–177. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Holmes, Virginia
1995 “A Crosslinguistic Comparison of the Production of Utterances in Discourse.” Cognition 54 (2): 169–207. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Horne, Merle, Petra Hansson, Gösta Bruce, Johan Frid, and Marcus Filipsson
1999 “Discourse Markers and the Segmentation of Spontaneous Speech: The Case of Swedish Men ‘But/and/so’.” Lund University Linguistics Working Papers 47: 123–139.Google Scholar
2001 “Cue Words and the Topic Structure of Spoken Discourse: The Case of Swedish Men ‘But’.” Journal of Pragmatics 33 (7): 1061–1081. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Kaltenböck, Gunther, Bernd Heine, and Tania Kuteva
2011 “On Thetical Grammar.” Studies in Language 35 (4): 852–897. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Kim, Hyeri, and Satomi Kuroshima
2013 “Turn Beginnings in Interaction: An Introduction.” Journal of Pragmatics 57: 267–273. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Levelt, Willem
1983 “Monitoring and Self-repair in Speech.” Cognition 14: 41–104. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Maschler, Yael
Mel’cuk, Igor Aleksandrovic
1988Dependency Syntax: Theory and Practice. Albany: SUNY Press.Google Scholar
Mertens, Piet, and Anne Catherine Simon
2013 “Towards Automatic Detection of Prosodic Boundaries in Spoken French.” In Proceedings of the Prosody-Discourse Interface Conference 2013 (IDP-2013), 81–87.Google Scholar
Moeschler, Jacques, and Anne Reboul
1994Dictionnaire encyclopédique de pragmatique. Paris: Seuil.Google Scholar
Mulder, Jean, and Sandra Thompson
2008 “The Grammaticization of But as a Final Particle in English Conversation.” In Crosslinguistic Studies of Clause Combining: The Multifunctionality of Conjunctions, ed. by Ritva Laury, 179–204. Amsterdam: Benjamins. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Norris, Dennis, James McQueen, Anne Cutler, Sally Butterfield, and Ruth Kearns
2001 “Language-universal Constraints on Speech Segmentation.” Language and Cognitive Processes 16 (5–6): 637–660. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Park, Joseph Sung-Yul
2002 “Cognitive and Interactional Motivations for the Intonation Unit.” Studies in Language 26 (3): 637–680. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Petukhova, Volha, and Harry Bunt
2009 “Towards a Multidimensional Semantics of Discourse Markers in Spoken Dialogue.” Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Computational Semantics, 157–168. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Pons Bordería, Salvador
2008 “La combinación de marcadores del discurso en la conversación coloquial: interacciones entre posición y función [The combination of discourse markers in colloquial conversation: Interactions between position and function].” Estudios Lingüísticos 2: 141–160.Google Scholar
2014Discourse Segmentation in Romance Languages. Amsterdam: Benjamins. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
2018 “Paths of Grammaticalization: Beyond the LP/RP Debate.” In Beyond Grammaticalization and Discourse Markers. New Issues in the Study of Language Change, ed. by Salvador Pons Bordería, and Oscar Loureda, 334–383. Leiden: Brill. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Rhee, Seongha
2012 “Context-induced Reinterpretation and (Inter)subjectification: The Case of Grammaticalization of Sentence-final Particles.” Language Sciences 34. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Roulet, Eddy
1984 “Speech Acts, Discourse Structure, and Pragmatic Connectives.” Journal of Pragmatics 8 (1): 31–47. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Salameh, Shima, Maria Estélles, and Salvador Pons Bordería
2018 “Beyond the Notion of Periphery: An Account of Polyfunctional Discourse Markers within the Val.Es.Co. Model of Discourse Segmentation.” In Positioning the Self and Others. Linguistic Perspectives, ed. by Kate Beeching, Chiara Ghezzi, and Piera Molinelli, 105–125. Amsterdam: Benjamins. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Schiffrin, Deborah
1987Discourse Markers. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Schmid, Hans-Jörg
2012 “Generalizing the Apparently Ungeneralizable. Basic Ingredients of a Cognitive-pragmatic Approach to the Construal of Meaning-in-context.” In Cognitive Pragmatics, ed. by Hans-Jörg Schmid, 3–22. Berlin: De Gruyter. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
2000 “The Construction of Units in Conversational Talk.” Language in Society 29 (4): 477–517. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Simon, Anne Catherine
2001 “Le rôle de la prosodie dans le repérage des unités textuelles minimales [The role of prosody in the identification of minimal textual units].” Cahiers de Linguistique Française 23: 99–125.Google Scholar
Steen, Gerard
2005 “Basic Discourse Acts: Towards a Psychological Theory of Discourse Segmentation.” In Cognitive Linguistics: Internal Dynamics and Interdisciplinary Interaction, ed. by Francisco Ruiz de Mendoza Ibáñez, and Maria Sandra Peña Cervel, 283–312. Berlin: De Gruyter.Google Scholar
Strobl, Caroline, Anne-Laure Boulesteix, Achim Zeileis, and Torsten Hothorn
2007 “Bias in Random Forest Variable Importance Measures: Illustrations, Sources and a Solution.” BMC Bioinformatics 8 (25). DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Tanghe, Sanne
2016 “Position and Polyfunctionality of Discourse Markers: The Case of Spanish Markers Derived from Motion Verbs.” Journal of Pragmatics 93: 16–31. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Tanguy, Noalig, Thomas Van Damme, Liesbeth Degand, and Anne Catherine Simon
2012 “Projet FRFC ‘Périphérie gauche des unités de discours’ – Protocole de codage syntaxique [FRFC Project ‘Left periphery of discourse units’ – Syntactic coding scheme].” Available online: [URL]
Tesnière, Lucien
1959Eléments de syntaxe structurale [Elements of structural syntax]. Paris: Klincksieck.Google Scholar
Thompson, Sandra, and Elizabeth Couper-Kuhlen
2005 “The Clause as a Locus of Grammar and Interaction.” Discourse Studies 7 (4–5): 481–505. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Traugott, Elizabeth
2010 “(Inter)subjectivity and (Inter)subjectification: A Reassessment.” In Subjectification, Intersubjectification and Grammaticalization, ed. by Kristin Davidse, Hubert Cuyckens, and Lieven Vandelanotte, 29–71. Berlin: De Gruyter. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Traugott, Elizabeth Closs
2012 “Intersubjectification and Clause Periphery.” English Text Construction 5 (1): 7–28. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Val.Es.Co Group
2014 “Las unidades del discurso oral [Units of spoken discourse].” Estudios de Lingüistica del Español 35: 13–73.Google Scholar
Vignaux, Georges
1988Le discours, acteur du monde: Enonciation, argumentation et cognition [Discourse, actor of the world: Enunciation, argumentation and cognition]. Paris: Ophrys.Google Scholar
Ziegeler, Debra, Eric Mélac, and Volker Gast
2019 “The Rise of Right Periphery Either in English.” Language Sciences 75: 15–34. DOI logoGoogle Scholar