Syntactic Geolectal Variation

Traditional approaches, current challenges and new tools

Editors
| CLT - Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
| LGD - Universitat de Girona
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This volume brings together studies that combine both traditional and contemporary tools in the study of syntactic geolectal variation, with a special focus on a subset of Iberian varieties. There is an increasing body of research on syntactic micro-variation, but the interaction between dialectology (which makes use of atlases, corpora, databases, questionnaires, interviews, etc.) and formal syntactic studies has traditionally been weak (or even nonexistent), which is precisely the gap the contributions in this book aim at filling in. From a broader perspective, this collection is meant as a contribution to the subfield of linguistic variation and to the more general field of Romance linguistics, with special interest in Spanish and in other Iberian languages. The volume is meant for both researchers and students interested in linguistic variation or dialectology and, specifically, in syntactic variation in Iberian languages.
[Issues in Hispanic and Lusophone Linguistics, 34]  Expected November 2021.  vi, 380 pp. + index
Publishing status: In production
Table of Contents
This is a provisional table of contents, and subject to changes.
Introduction
Alba Cerrudo, Ángel J. Gallego and Francesc Roca Urgell
Section I. Dialectology
Chapter 1. The syntactic tradition in the Spanish linguistic atlases
Pilar García Mouton
Chapter 2. Using linguistic atlases to explore syntactic issues: The case of auxiliary selection in Catalan
Mar Massanell i Messalles
Chapter 3. The negative expressions in three dialectal repertoires: The notebooks by A. M. Alcover, the ALPI and the ALDC
Maria Pilar Perea
Chapter 4. A microsyntactic study of Pyrenean negative emphatic polarity particles with the help of data from linguistic atlases
Ares Llop Naya
Section II. Current perspectives on variation
Chapter 5. Syntactic features and dialect areas in European Spanish
Bruno Camus Bergareche and Edita Gutiérrez
Chapter 6. Feature analysis of neuter gender in Spanish and Asturian languages
Irene Gil and Edita Gutiérrez
Chapter 7. Parameters of clitic combination: A case study in Eastern Iberian
M. Pilar Colomina
Chapter 8. Gerund structures in Ecuadorian Spanish
Montserrat Batllori, M. Lluïsa Hernanz and Carlos Rubio-Alcalá
Chapter 9. On the role of prosody in wh-in-situ: Cross-linguistic comparison and experimental evidence from Basque
Maia Duguine and Aritz Irurtzun
Section III. New tools to approach syntactic variation
Chapter 10. ASinEs : An interactive atlas for the study of syntactic variation of Spanish
Alba Cerrudo and Anna Pineda
Chapter 11. The Corpus del español del siglo XXI (CORPES XXI): A tool for the study of syntactic variation in Spanish
Cristina Buenafuentes de la Mata and Carlos Sanchez Lancis
Chapter 12. Using Twitter to build a corpus for linguistic variation: Collecting tweets and mapping them out
Antonio Ruiz Tinoco
Index
Subjects & Metadata
BIC Subject: CFK – Grammar, syntax
BISAC Subject: LAN009060 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / Syntax
ONIX Metadata
ONIX 2.1
ONIX 3.0
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2021009606 | Marc record