Linguistics in the Netherlands 2009
Bert Botma | Leiden University
Jacqueline van Kampen | Utrecht University
Linguistics in the Netherlands is a series of annual publications, sponsored by the Linguistic Society of the Netherlands (Algemene Vereniging voor Taalwetenschap) and published by John Benjamins Publishing Company since Volume 8 in 1991. Each volume contains a careful selection of papers presented at the annual meeting of the society. The aim of the annual meeting is to provide members with an opportunity to report on their work in progress. Each volume presents an overview of research in different fields of linguistics in the Netherlands containing articles on phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax and semantics.
[Linguistics in the Netherlands, 26] 2009. v, 148 pp.
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Table of Contents
Some implicatures reveal semantic differencesArina Banga, Ingeborg Heutinck, Sanne M. Berends & Petra Hendriks | pp. 1–13
Placing objects before subjects in Dutch: A comparison between word order variation in experimental and natural sentence productionGeertje van Bergen | pp. 14–24
The perception of word stress in existing and non-existing Dutch words by native speakers and second language learnersJohanneke Caspers | pp. 25–38
Mixed genres in lecture room discourse: A structural analysisJet van Dam-van Isselt | pp. 39–50
The placement of focus particles in DutchAd Foolen, Richard van Gerrevink, Lotte Hogeweg & Peia Prawiro-Atmodjo | pp. 51–63
When movement and base-generation compete: The definition of the reference set and parameterized preferences for elementary operationsMartin Salzmann | pp. 64–77
Lexically bound mouth actions in Sign Language of the Netherlands: A comparison between different registers and age groupsInge van de Sande & Onno A. Crasborn | pp. 78–90
Derivational contrasts in Dutch and French: Evidence from the acquisition of Long Distance Wh-questionsNelleke Strik | pp. 91–102
Metonymy without a referential shift: Adding evidence to the discussionJosefien Sweep | pp. 103–114
A semantic map of secondary predicationAnnemarie Verkerk | pp. 115–126
The effect of infelicity on children’s sensitivity to Weak Crossover: Evidence from Dutch and EnglishMarie-Elise van der Ziel & William Philip | pp. 127–138
Clusivity of Dutch wij : Evidence from pointingM. Zwets | pp. 139–148
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BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General