Linguistics in the Netherlands 2001

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| Utrecht University
| Tilburg University
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[Linguistics in the Netherlands, 18]  2001.  viii, 244 pp.
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Table of Contents
Preface
Ton van der Wouden and Hans Broekhuis
v
List of contributors
vi–vii
Articles
Who power Polder Dutch?: A perceptual-sociolinguistic study of a new variety of Dutch
Renée van Bezooijen and Rob van den Berg
1–12
Comparing aspectual systems
Olga Borik and Paz González
13–26
Georgian harmonic clusters as complex segments?: A perceptual experiment
Marika Butskhrikidze and Vincent J. van Heuven
27–40
On de-affrication in Modern Georgian
Marika Butskhrikidze and Jeroen van de Weijer
41–51
Elicitation techniques in a Dutch syntactic dialect atlas project
Leonie Cornips and Willy Jongenburger
53–63
On predicate numerals
Norbert Corver
65–76
Choosing between the Dutch past-tense suffixes -te and -de
Mirjam Ernestus and Harald Baayen
77–88
Partial Wh-movement in Russian
Veronique van Gelderen
89–100
Changes in professional terms in the Netherlands: Anglicisation and the neutralisation of gender
Marinel Gerritsen
101–111
Anaphoric expressions in Japanese: Takaaki Hara
113–125
Initial coordination and the Law of Coordination of Likes
Petra Hendriks
127–138
CL in OT
Ben Hermans
139–150
The textlinguistic function of attributive past participles
Frank Jansen
151–158
Natura artis magistra: Ancient rhetoricians, grammarians and philosophers on natural word order
C.C. de Jonge
159–166
Subject–Object asymmetry in Dutch children’s comprehension of wie-questions
Matthijs Van Der Meer, Wouter van Atteveldt, Peter Coopmans and William Philip
167–176
Aspects of the morphosyntax of subjects and objects in Coptic Egyptian
Chris H. Reintges
177–188
The Nasal Condition in Korean
Sang Jik Rhee
189–203
Clitic doubling in Bulgarian
Ivanka Petkova Schick and Frits Beukema
205–218
The devoicing of fricatives in a reading task
Hans Van de Velde and Roeland van Hout
219–229
Patterns of relative clauses
Mark de Vries
231–243
Subjects
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General