Annie Rialland

List of John Benjamins publications for which Annie Rialland plays a role.


The Acquisition of Referring Expressions: A dialogical approach

Edited by Anne Salazar-Orvig, Geneviève de Weck, Rouba Hassan and Annie Rialland

[Trends in Language Acquisition Research, 28] 2021. xix, 372 pp.
Subjects Discourse studies | Language acquisition | Pragmatics | Syntax | Theoretical linguistics


Salazar-Orvig, Anne, Geneviève de Weck, Rouba Hassan and Annie Rialland 2021 Chapter 1. A dialogical approach to the acquisition and usage of referring expressions: Theoretical challenges and methodological issuesThe Acquisition of Referring Expressions: A dialogical approach, Salazar-Orvig, Anne, Geneviève de Weck, Rouba Hassan and Annie Rialland (eds.), pp. 2–38 | Chapter
This chapter gives a general overview of the dialogical, theoretical, and methodological framework of the studies presented in the book, and the implications of that framework for understanding the acquisition of referring expressions and children’s early skills in this domain. Section 1… read more
Yamaguchi, Naomi, Anne Salazar-Orvig, Marine Le Mené Guigourès, Stéphanie Caët and Annie Rialland 2021 Chapter 2. Filler syllables as precursors of referring expressionsThe Acquisition of Referring Expressions: A dialogical approach, Salazar-Orvig, Anne, Geneviève de Weck, Rouba Hassan and Annie Rialland (eds.), pp. 42–80 | Chapter
In this chapter, we examine the properties of filler syllables as transition forms in the development of referring expressions. In particular, we hypothesize that fillers are precursors of referring expressions. We focus on the distribution, the phonological form and the referential function of… read more
Delais-Roussarie, Elisabeth and Annie Rialland 2007 Metrical structure, tonal association and focus in FrenchRomance Languages and Linguistic Theory 2005: Selected papers from ‘Going Romance’, Utrecht, 8–10 December 2005, Baauw, Sergio, Frank Drijkoningen and Manuela Pinto (eds.), pp. 73–98 | Article
The main purpose of this paper is to show that focus is a pivot in tune-text association, which plays a central role for the anchoring of intonational tones. This paper also presents the main characteristics of the French prosodic system. The first section provides an overview of French metrical… read more
Patin, Cédric and Annie Rialland 2006 On the Nature of Rules Sensitive to Syntax: The Case of Makonde TonologyProsody and Syntax: Cross-linguistic perspectives, Kawaguchi, Yuji, Ivan Fónagy and Tsunekazu Moriguchi (eds.), pp. 285 ff. | Article
Beyssade, Claire, Jean-Marie Marandin and Annie Rialland 2003 Ground/Focus: A perspective from FrenchA Romance Perspective on Language Knowledge and Use: Selected papers from the 31st Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages (LSRL), Chicago, 19–22 April 2001, Núñez-Cedeño, Rafael, Luis López and Richard Cameron (eds.), pp. 83 ff. | Article
Clech-Darbon, Anne, Georges Rebuschi and Annie Rialland 1999 Are There Cleft Sentences in French?The Grammar of Focus, Rebuschi, Georges and Laurice Tuller (eds.), pp. 83 ff. | Article
Furere, R. et Annie Rialland 1985 Tons et accents en KinyarwandaAfrican Linguistics: Essays in Memory of M.W.K. Semikenke, Goyvaerts, Didier L. (ed.), pp. 99 ff. | Article