Bare Nominals in Brazilian Portuguese

An integral approach

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Over the last three decades, Brazilian Portuguese bare nominals have turned into a hot topic in the cross-linguistic study of nominal syntax and semantics. This contribution is the first comprehensive, book-length treatment of the issue, covering both the long-standing discussion about the adequate analysis of these forms as well as the establishment of a solid empirical basis for future research. The book goes further than previous accounts in also taking into consideration the phonetic-phonological dimension, showing the advantages of a more comprehensive account. The empirical section outlines an innovative approach in which different methods and data types are combined and focuses on the underresearched definite / specific / referential uses and interpretations of bare singulars. The book also addresses the traditional topics in the study of bare nominals – genericity, the mass/count distinction, NP-internal plural agreement, the NP/DP distinction, and syntax-semantics-phonology interface questions – in the light of the new findings.
[Linguistik Aktuell/Linguistics Today, 245]  2017.  xv, 322 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Index of tables
ix–x
Index of figures
xi
List of abbreviations and remarks on glosses
xiii–xiv
Acknowledgments
xv
Chapter 1. Introduction
2–51
Chapter 2. The literature on Brazilian Portuguese bare nominals
54–104
Chapter 3. Article assimilation and bare nominals
106–160
Chapter 4. Definite/specific (and some generic) BSs in corpora
162–201
Chapter 5. Acceptability Judgment Tasks on generic and specific bare singulars
204–247
Chapter 6. Towards an integral approach
250–299
Bibliography
301–314
Author index
315
Subject index
References

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