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Conversion in Morphology  

Sándor Martsa

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Linguistics
This is an advance summary of a forthcoming article in the Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Linguistics. Please check back later for the full article. ... More

Coordination in Syntax  

Grant Goodall

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Linguistics
The term coordination refers to the juxtaposition of two or more conjuncts often linked by a conjunction such as and or or. The conjuncts (e.g., our friend and your teacher in Our friend ... More

Copular Constructions in Syntax  

Marcel den Dikken and Teresa O’Neill

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Linguistics
Copular sentences (sentences of the form A is B) have been prominent on the research agenda for linguists and philosophers of language since classical antiquity, and continue to be ... More

Corpus Phonology  

Jacques Durand

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Jan 2017
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Linguistics
Corpus Phonology is an approach to phonology that places corpora at the center of phonological research. Some practitioners of corpus phonology see corpora as the only object of ... More

Creole Languages  

Pieter Muysken

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Jun 2016
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Linguistics
Creole languages have a curious status in linguistics, and at the same time they often have very low prestige in the societies in which they are spoken. These two facts may be related, in ... More

Cyclicity in Syntax  

Robert Freidin

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Jun 2017
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Linguistics
Cyclicity in syntax constitutes a property of derivations in which syntactic operations apply bottom-up in the production of ever larger constituents. The formulation of a principle of ... More

Deixis and Pragmatics  

William F. Hanks

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Linguistics
Deictic expressions, like English ‘this, that, here, and there’ occur in all known human languages. They are typically used to individuate objects in the immediate context in which they ... More

Dene-Yeniseian  

Edward Vajda

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Aug 2016
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Linguistics
Dene-Yeniseian is a proposed genealogical link between the widespread North American language family Na-Dene (Athabaskan, Eyak, Tlingit) and Yeniseian in central Siberia, represented today ... More

Derivational Economy in Syntax and Semantics  

Željko Bošković and Troy Messick

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Linguistics
Economy considerations have always played an important role in the generative theory of grammar. They are particularly prominent in the most recent instantiation of this approach, the ... More

Derivational Morphology  

Rochelle Lieber

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Linguistics

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