The Linguistics Enterprise

From knowledge of language to knowledge in linguistics

Editors
| Utrecht University
| Utrecht University
| Utrecht University
| Queen Mary, University of London
| Utrecht University
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Linguistics investigates the systems underlying language, speech, and language use. Linguists seek to develop an understanding of the rules and laws that govern the structure and use of particular languages and the manner in which these interact with internal systems and processes (interpretation, speech perception, and production) and with the outside world (acquisition, use, change and role in society). The articles in this volume present a valuable addition to answering three important questions about knowledge in linguistics: What is knowledge in linguistics, how is it acquired, and how is it put to use? Apart from the data on the specific phenomena addressed in the articles, the book presents insight into the palette of present-day linguistics. In this way, it aims to break open the division of linguistics into subfields thereby making possible cross-fertilisation.
[Linguistik Aktuell/Linguistics Today, 150]  2010.  ix, 379 pp.
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Table of Contents
List of contributors
VI–X
List of contributors
VI–X
Scope ambiguities through the mirror
Raffaella Bernardi
11–54
Phonetic and phonological approaches to early word recognition: Empirical findings, methodological issues, and theoretical implications
Paola Escudero and Titia Benders
55–78
Restructuring head and argument in West-Germanic
Arnold Ernest Evers
79–98
Scope assignment in child language: On the role of the Question Under Discussion
Andrea Gualmini and Sharon Unsworth
99–114
The learnability of A-bar chains
Jacqueline van Kampen
115–140
Looking at anaphora: The psychological reality of the Primitives of Binding model
Arnout W. Koornneef
141–166
Incremental discourse processing: How coherence relations influence the resolution of pronouns
Willem M. Mak and Ted J.M. Sanders
167–182
Theoretical validity and psychological reality of the grammatical code
Ad Neeleman and Hans van de Koot
183–212
Monitoring for speech errors has different functions in inner and overt speech
Sieb G. Nooteboom
213–234
What’s in a quantifier?
Rick Nouwen
235–256
Minimal versus not so minimal pronouns: Feature transmission, feature deletion, and the role of economy in the language system
Eric J. Reuland
257–282
Against partitioned readings of reciprocals
Sivan Sabato and Yoad Winter
283–290
The representation and processing of fixed and compositional expressions
Joost Schilperoord and Rein Cozijn
291–314
Clitic doubling in Spanish: Agreement of the third kind
Jan Schroten
315–326
Metalinguistic processing and acquisition within the MOGUL framework
Michael Sharwood Smith
327–344
Catching heffalumps: Onset fricatives in child speech
Wim Zonneveld
345–376
Index
377–380
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KIM, EUNAH, SILVINA MONTRUL & JAMES YOON
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SÁNCHEZ, LAURA
2015. L2 activation and blending in third language acquisition: Evidence of crosslinguistic influence from the L2 in a longitudinal study on the acquisition of L3 English. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 18:02  pp. 252 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:  2009043585