Constructions across Grammars

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| Université de Neuchâtel
| University of Helsinki
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Up to now, most research in Construction Grammar has focused on single languages, most notably English. This volume aims to broaden the scope of Construction Grammar towards issues in bi- and multilingualism, second language learning, and generalizations across different languages and language varieties. The contributions in this volume show that speakers entertain generalizations across their repertoire of languages, which holds important implications for a multilingual Construction Grammar.

Originally published in Constructions and Frames 6:2 (2014).
[Benjamins Current Topics, 82]  2016.  v, 206 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Introduction
Reflections on Constructions across Grammars
Martin Hilpert and Jan-Ola Östman
1–6
On the borrowability of subject pronoun constructions in Turkish–Dutch contact
A. Seza Doğruöz
7–33
On the universality of frames: Evidence from English-to-Japanese translation
Yoko Hasegawa, Russell Lee-Goldman and Charles J. Fillmore †
35–66
Phonological elements and Diasystematic Construction Grammar
Steffen Höder
67–96
Clause combining across grammars: A contrastive analysis of L1 and L2 construal of discourse organization
Bracha Nir
97–130
Constructional tolerance: Cross-linguistic differences in the acceptability of non-conventional uses of constructions
Florent Perek and Martin Hilpert
131–168
Constructions do not cross Languages: On cross-linguistic generalizations of constructions
Philipp Wasserscheidt
169–201
Index
203–206
“This is a timely collection of papers about constructions in multilingual contexts. The papers in this volume present new views of grammatical constructions in heterogeneous speech communities of

various types and they open up a compelling new perspective on both novel issues and age-old problems of bilingualism, multilingualism, language contact, and translation. The editors have done a marvelous job in assembling a high quality set of papers showing how the principles of Construction Grammar can be fruitfully applied to linguistic phenomena that transcend homogeneous speech communities.”
“In conclusion, by focusing on phenomena occurring in multilingual contexts, the studies included in Constructions across Grammars not only contribute to Construction Grammar and linguistics in general; they also help to fill a gap often observed in linguistic models: how general models and approaches apply to situations of bilingualism and language contact. Certainly, scholars interested in the topics and phenomena addressed in this book are looking forward to the continuation of this endeavor started by Martin Hilpert and Jan-Ola Östman.”
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Boas, Hans C. & Steffen Höder
2018.  In Constructions in Contact [Constructional Approaches to Language, 24],  pp. 5 ff. Crossref logo
Hilpert, Martin
2017.  In Exploring Future Paths for Historical Sociolinguistics [Advances in Historical Sociolinguistics, 7],  pp. 217 ff. Crossref logo
Hilpert, Martin
2019. Higher-order schemas in morphology: What they are, how they work, and where to find them. Word Structure 12:3  pp. 261 ff. Crossref logo
Lieb, Hans-Heinrich
2018.  In Essays on Linguistic Realism [Studies in Language Companion Series, 196],  pp. 79 ff. Crossref logo
Östman, Jan-Ola
2018.  In Constructions in Contact [Constructional Approaches to Language, 24],  pp. 181 ff. Crossref logo

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Subjects
BIC Subject: CFK – Grammar, syntax
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2016004378 | Marc record