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Language Contact and Contact Languages
Edited by Peter Siemund and Noemi Kintana
[Hamburg Studies on Multilingualism 7] 2008
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AKKUŞ, Mehmet, Çiğdem SAĞIN ŞİMŞEK & Albert M. BACKUS
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Bickel, Balthasar
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Bornes-Varol, Marie-Christine & Anne Szulmajster-Celnikier
2022. The Diachrony of Yiddish and Judaeo-Spanish as Contact Languages. In The Cambridge Handbook of Language Contact,  pp. 716 ff. DOI logo
Enfield, N. J., Jack Sidnell & Paul Kockelman
2014. System and function. In The Cambridge Handbook of Linguistic Anthropology,  pp. 25 ff. DOI logo
Fedzechkina, Maryia, Elissa L. Newport & T. Florian Jaeger
2017. Balancing Effort and Information Transmission During Language Acquisition: Evidence From Word Order and Case Marking. Cognitive Science 41:2  pp. 416 ff. DOI logo
Hawkins, John A.
2015. Typological Variation and Efficient Processing. In The Handbook of Language Emergence,  pp. 215 ff. DOI logo
Hickey, Raymond
2020. Language Contact and Linguistic Research. In The Handbook of Language Contact,  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Kuteva, Tania, Bernd Heine, Bo Hong, Haiping Long, Heiko Narrog & Seongha Rhee
2019. World Lexicon of Grammaticalization, DOI logo
Laleko, Oksana
2022. Word order and information structure in heritage and L2 Russian: Focus and unaccusativity effects in subject inversion. International Journal of Bilingualism 26:6  pp. 749 ff. DOI logo
Lavidas, Nikolaos
2019. Word order and closest-conjunct agreement in the Greek Septuagint: On the position of a biblical translation in the diachrony of a syntactic correlation. Questions and Answers in Linguistics 5:2  pp. 37 ff. DOI logo
Levshina, Natalia, Savithry Namboodiripad, Marc Allassonnière-Tang, Mathew Kramer, Luigi Talamo, Annemarie Verkerk, Sasha Wilmoth, Gabriela Garrido Rodriguez, Timothy Michael Gupton, Evan Kidd, Zoey Liu, Chiara Naccarato, Rachel Nordlinger, Anastasia Panova & Natalia Stoynova
2023. Why we need a gradient approach to word order. Linguistics 61:4  pp. 825 ff. DOI logo
Naccarato, Chiara, Anastasia Panova & Natalia Stoynova
2021. Word-order variation in a contact setting: A corpus-based investigation of Russian spoken in Daghestan. Language Variation and Change 33:3  pp. 387 ff. DOI logo
Schuster, Susanne
2019. A diachronic perspective on alienability splits in Icelandic attributive possession. In Possession in Languages of Europe and North and Central Asia [Studies in Language Companion Series, 206],  pp. 267 ff. DOI logo
Tirard, Aurore
2017. Syntactic doubling and variation. In Language Variation - European Perspectives VI [Studies in Language Variation, 19],  pp. 141 ff. DOI logo
Turan, Dilek, Elena Antonova-Ünlü, Çiğdem Sağın-Şimşek & Mehmet Akkuş
2020. Looking for contact-induced language change: Converbs in heritage Turkish. International Journal of Bilingualism 24:5-6  pp. 1035 ff. DOI logo
Watters, James K.
2017. Chapter 2. Spanish influence in two Tepehua languages. In Language Contact and Change in Mesoamerica and Beyond [Studies in Language Companion Series, 185],  pp. 29 ff. DOI logo
Zhou, Chenlei
2022. 甘青方言格標記「哈」的來源. Language and Linguistics. 語言暨語言學  pp. 493 ff. DOI logo
Zhou, Yang
2022. Exploring the emergence of the postverbal sin1 先 in Cantonese. Language and Linguistics. 語言暨語言學  pp. 333 ff. DOI logo
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