Chapter published in:
Variation and Evolution: Aspects of language contact and contrast across the Spanish-speaking world
Edited by Sandro Sessarego, Juan J. Colomina-Almiñana and Adrián Rodríguez-Riccelli
[Issues in Hispanic and Lusophone Linguistics 29] 2020
► pp. 3454
References

References

Barnes, H.
(2009) A sociolinguistic study of sustained Veneto-Spanish bilingualism in Chipilo, Mexico (Upublished doctoral dissertation). The Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA.Google Scholar
Bell, A.
(1980) Mood in Spanish: A discussion of some recent proposals. Hispania, 63, 377–390. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Bohnemeyer, J.
(2012, May). In the mood for status: Subjunctive and irrealis in Yucatec. Paper presented at SULA 7: The semantics of under-represented languages in the Americas. Cornell, NY: Cornell University. https://​conf​.ling​.cornell​.edu​/SULA7​/bohnemeyer​.pdf (13 March 2020).
Bookhammer, K.
(2013) The variable grammar of the Spanish subjunctive in second- generation bilinguals in New York City (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). The City University of New York, NY.Google Scholar
Bosque, I., & Demonte, V.
(1999) Gramática descriptiva de la lengua española (Vol. 2). Madrid: Espasa.Google Scholar
Bove, K.
(2019) Pragmatic mood variation in bilingual and monolingual Yucatec Spanish. (Unpublished manuscript).Google Scholar
Buchstaller, I., & Khattab, G.
(2013) Population samples. In D. Sharma & R. Podesva (Eds.), Research methods in linguistics (pp. 44–95). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.Google Scholar
Bull, W.
(1960) Time, tense and the verb: A study in theoretical and applied linguistics with particular attention to Spanish. Berkeley, CA: University of California Publications in Linguistics.Google Scholar
Bybee, J. L.
(2013) Usage-based theory and exemplar representation. In T. Hoffman & G. Trousdale (Eds.), The Oxford handbook of construction grammar (pp. 49–69). Oxford: Oxford University Press.Google Scholar
Elizaincín, A.
(2004) Las fronteras del español con el portugués en América. Revista Internacional de Lingüística Iberoamericana, 4, 105–118.Google Scholar
Fernández Ulloa, T.
(1996) Particularidades del castellano del País Vasco. Revista de Lingüística Teórica y Aplicada, 34, 95–120.Google Scholar
Gallego, M., & Marks, E. A.
(2014) Subjunctive use variation among monolingual native speakers of Spanish: A cross-dialect analysis. Spanish in Context, 11(3), 357–80. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
García, C.
(2011) Distinguishing two “synonyms”: A variationist analysis of quizá and quizás in six Spanish dialects. In J. Michnowicz & R. Dodsworth (Eds.), Selected proceedings of the 5th Workshop on Spanish Sociolinguistics (pp. 103–12). Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Proceedings Project.Google Scholar
Garcia, M. E., & Terrell, T.
(1977) Is the use of mood in Spanish subject to variable constraints? In M. Hagiwara (Ed.), Studies in Romance linguistics (pp. 214–226). Rowley, MA: Newbury House.Google Scholar
Gielau, Elizabeth
2015Mood distribution and the CP domain of subjunctive clauses in Spanish. Iowa City: University of Iowa Dissertation.Google Scholar
Gielau, E.
(2016) On the mistaken identity of negated epistemics. In A. Cuza, L. Czerwionka & D. J. Olson (Eds.), Inquiries in Hispanic linguistics (pp. 112–130). Amsterdam: John Benjamins. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Gili y Gaya, S.
(1969) Curso superior de sintaxis española. Barcelona: Bibliograf.Google Scholar
González Salinas, A.
(2003) The use of present subjunctive and modal variation in three socioeducational groups from Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico: A descriptive and comparative linguistic analysis (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). State University of New York, Albany, NY.Google Scholar
Granda, G. de.
(1979) Calcos sintácticos del guaraní en el español de Paraguay. Nueva Revista de Filología Hispánica, 28, 267–286. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Haverkate, H.
(2002) The syntax, semantics, and pragmatics of Spanish mood. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Hoot, B.
(2016) Narrow presentational focus in Mexican Spanish: Experimental evidence. Probus, 28(2), 335–365. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Kempchinsky, P.
(2009) What can the subjunctive disjoint reference effect tell us about the subjunctive? Lingua, 119(12), 1788–1810. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Klee, Carol. A.
(2009) Migration and globalization: Their effects on contact varieties of Latin American Spanish. En M. &. Lacorte (Ed.), Español en los Estados Unidos y en otros contextos (págs. 39–66). Madrid: Verbuert: Iberoamericana.Google Scholar
Lipski, J. M.
(1991) In search of the Spanish personal infinitive. In D. Wanner & D. Kibbee (Eds.), New analyses in Romance linguistics: Selected papers from the Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages XVIII (pp. 201–220). Amsterdam: John Benjamins. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Lope Blanch, J.
(1989) Estudios de lingüística hispanoamericana. Mexico City: Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México.Google Scholar
Lope Blanch, J.
(1991) Sobre el uso del pretérito en el español hablado en México. Estudios sobre el español de México. Comp. Juan Lope Blanch. Mexico: UNAM, 131–43.Google Scholar
Lunn, P. V.
(1989) Spanish mood and the prototype of assertability. Linguistics, 27, 687–702. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
(1995) The evaluative function of the Spanish subjunctive. In J. Bybee & S. Fleischman (Eds.), Modality in grammar and discourse (pp. 419–49). Amsterdam: John Benjamins. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Lynch, A.
(1999) The subjunctive in Miami Cuban Spanish: Bilingualism, contact, and language variability (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). University of Minnesota, MN.Google Scholar
Michnowicz, J.
(2009) Intervocalic voiced stops in Yucatán Spanish: A case of contact induced language change? In M. Lacorte & J. Leeman (Eds.), Español en Estados Unidos y en otros contextos de contacto: Sociolingüística, ideología y pedagogía (pp. 67–84). Madrid: Iberoamericana. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
(2011) Dialect standardization in Merida, Yucatán: The case of (b d g). Revista Internacional de Lingüística Iberoamericana, 18, 191–212.Google Scholar
(2012) The standardization of Yucatán Spanish: Family case studies in Izamal and Mérida. In K. Geeslin & M. Díaz-Campos (Eds.), Selected proceedings of the 14th Hispanic Linguistics Symposium (pp. 102–115). Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Proceedings Project.Google Scholar
(2015) Maya-Spanish contact in Yucatán, Mexico: Context and sociolinguistic implications. In S. Sessarego & M. González Rivera (Eds.), New perspectives on Hispanic contact linguistics in the Americas (pp. 21–42). Madrid/Frankfurt: Iberoamericana/Vervuert. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Quer, Josep
1998Mood at the interface. Utrecht, Netherlands: Universiteit Utrecht dissertation.Google Scholar
Rivero, M.
(1971) Mood and presupposition in Spanish. Foundations of Language, 7(3), 305–336.Google Scholar
Schütze, Carson T., and Jon Sprouse
2013Judgement data. Research methods in linguistics, ed. by Devyana Sharma and Robert Podesva. New York: Cambridge University Press, 27–50.Google Scholar
Silva-Corvalán, C.
(1994) Language contact and change: Spanish in Los Angeles. Oxford: Oxford University Press.Google Scholar
Solomon, J.
(1996) Subject expression in Yucatec Spanish: Accounting for similarities and differences in a contact variety. Paper presented at NWAV XXV , Las Vegas, NV.
(1999) Phonological and syntactic variation in the Spanish of Valladolid, Yucatán (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). Stanford University, CA.Google Scholar
Stowell, T.
(1993) Syntax of tense (Unpublished manuscript). University of California, Los Angeles, CA.Google Scholar
Studerus, Lenard
1995Mood variability in border Spanish. Bilingual Review/La Revista Bilingüe 20, 99–113.Google Scholar
Suñer, M.
(1986) Lexical subjects of infinitives in Caribbean Spanish. In O. Jaeggli & C. Silva-Corvalán (Eds.), Studies in Romance linguistics (pp. 189–204). Dordrecht: Foris. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Terrell, T., & Hooper, J.
(1974) A semantically based analysis of mood in Spanish. Hispania, 57, 484–494. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Torres, Lourdes
1989Mood selection among New York Puerto Ricans. International Journal of the Sociology of Language 79, 67–77.Google Scholar
Waltermire, M.
(2014) The social conditioning of mood variation in the Spanish of Albuquerque, New Mexico. In M. Waltermire (Ed.), The Influence of English on U.S. Spanish, Issue 8(1) of Sociolinguistic Studies (pp. 111–137). London: Equinox.Google Scholar
(2017) Mood variation after expressions of uncertainty in Spanish. Studies in Hispanic and Lusophone Linguistics, 10(2), 349–372. CrossrefGoogle Scholar