Pronouns – Grammar and Representation

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| Humboldt University Berlin
| Humboldt University Berlin
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The contributions of this thematic collection center around the typology of pronominal paradigms, the generation of syntactic and semantic representations for constructions containing pronouns, and the neurological underpinnings for linguistic distinctions that are relevant for the production and interpretation of these constructions. They come from different theoretical approaches and methodological backgrounds and take into account data from a wide range of Indoeuropean and non-Indoeuropean languages. Bringing together a cross-section of recent research on the grammar and representation of pronouns, the volume offers a kaleidoscope of studies united by the common topic of pronouns as a domain of language that exemplarily shows the interaction of different components responsible for computational (syntactic and semantic), lexical, and discourse-pragmatic processes.
[Linguistik Aktuell/Linguistics Today, 52]  2002.  xii, 294 pp.
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Table of Contents
List of contributors
vii
Preface
ix
Glossary
xi
Grammatical properties of pronouns and their representation: An exposition
Heike Wiese and Horst J. Simon
1–21
Structuring the bundle: A universal morphosyntactic feature geometry
Heidi Harley and Elizabeth Ritter
23–39
‘We’ rules: The impact of an inclusive/exclusive opposition on the paradigmatic structure of person marking
Michael Cysouw
41–62
Reference devices in Sinhala
Neelakshi Chandrasena Premawardhena
63–83
Indefinite pronouns: Morphology and syntax in cross-linguistic perspective
Helmut Weiß
85–107
Reference and representation of pronouns
Klaus von Heusinger
109–135
The dynamics of syntax: Anaphora, relative pronouns and crossover
Ruth M. Kempson and Wilfried Meyer-Viol
137–160
The third person pronoun in tripartite verbless clauses of Qumran Hebrew
Jacobus A. Naudé
161–181
Pronominal nouns
E. Phoevos Panagiotidis
183–203
Harmonic alignment and the hierarchy of pronouns in German
Gereon Müller
205–232
Cortical reflections of two pronominal relations
Maria Mercedes Piñango
233–252
Pronoun omission in Dutch and German agrammatic speech
Esterella de Roo
253–284
Language index
285–286
Subject index
287–291
“The paper in the volume present quite a number of intriguing theoretically oriented hypothesis that my well serve as a basis for further debate.”
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2002074428