Robert S. Kirsner

Robert S. Kirsner

is author/editor of the following titles:

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Cognitive and Communicative Approaches to Linguistic Analysis
Edited by Ellen Contini-Morava, Robert S. Kirsner and Betsy Rodríguez-Bachiller
[Studies in Functional and Structural Linguistics, 51]  2004.  viii, 389 pp.

is author of the following articles:

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Heuven, Vincent J. van and Robert S. Kirsner. 2004. “Phonetic or phonological contrasts in Dutch boundary tones?”. In Linguistics in the Netherlands 2004, 102–113
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Kirsner, Robert S.. 2004. “Introduction”. In Cognitive and Communicative Approaches to Linguistic Analysis, 1–18
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Kirsner, Robert S.. 2002. “The Future of a Minimalist Linguistics in a Maximalist World”. In Signal, Meaning, and Message: Perspectives on sign-based linguistics, 339–371
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Heuven, Vincent J. van and Robert S. Kirsner. 1999. “Interaction of Grammatical Form and Intonation”. In Linguistics in the Netherlands 1999, 81–96
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Kirsner, Robert S. and Vincent J. van Heuven. 1999. “How Dutch Final Particles Constrain the Construal of Utterances”. In Discourse Studies in Cognitive Linguistics: Selected papers from the 5th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference, Amsterdam, July 1997, 165
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Kirsner, Robert S., Vincent J. van Heuven and Johanneke Caspers. 1998. “From Request to Command”. In Linguistics in the Netherlands 1998, 135–148
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Kirsner, Robert S.. 1996. “4. The Human Factor and the Insufficiency of Invariant Meanings”. In Toward a Calculus of Meaning: Studies in markedness, distinctive features and deixis, 83
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Kirsner, Robert S. and Vincent J. van Heuven. 1996. “Boundary tones and the semantics of the Dutch final particles hé, hoor, zeg and joh ”. In Linguistics in the Netherlands 1996, 133–146
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Kirsner, Robert S., Vincent J. van Heuven and Renée van Bezooijen. 1994. “Interaction of particle and prosody in the interpretation of factual Dutch sentences”. In Linguistics in the Netherlands 1994, 107–118
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Kirsner, Robert S.. 1989. “Does sign-oriented linguistics have a future?”. In From Sign to Text: A semiotic view of communication, 161
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Kirsner, Robert S.. 1985. “Iconicity and grammatical meaning”. In Iconicity in Syntax: Proceedings of a symposium on iconicity in syntax, Stanford, June 24–26, 1983, 249