Article published in:Coherence and Anaphora
Edited by Walter De Mulder and Liliane Tasmowski
[Belgian Journal of Linguistics 10] 1996
► pp. 139–160
Abstract. This paper reports on an experiment carried out with six groups of Latin-American college students. Subjects were presented with stimulus sentences with a gap produced by the removal, from an original sentence, of an anaphor (si) or a deictic (él). They were asked to fill in the gap. Two contexts were distinguished; the 'micro-context' provided by the presence vs. absence of the word mismo, and the 'macro-context', made up ofthe remainder of the stimulus. It turned out that the effect of the 'macro-context' is less than that of the 'mini-context', but that the very notion of a 'mini-context' is questionable, since si mismo may be processed as a single unit.
Published online: 01 January 1996
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Maes, A.A. & H. Lenting
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