The Why and How of Total Reduplication: Current Issues and New Perspectives

Special issue of Studies in Language 39:4 (2015)

Editor
[Studies in Language, 39:4]  2015.  v, 241 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Introduction
The why and how of total reduplication: Current issues and new perspectives
Daniela Rossi
789–794
Special issue articles
When some dots turn a different color…: Thoughts on how (not) to determine whether or not reduplication is universal
Thomas Stolz, Aina Urdze, Julia Nintemann and Marina Tsareva
795–834
Areal perspectives on total reduplication of verbs in Sinitic
Giorgio Francesco Arcodia, Bianca Basciano and Chiara Melloni
836–872
Total Reduplication as a category of expressives: (Counter)evidence from Modern Greek
Haritini Kallergi
873–904
Total reduplication as a productive process in German
Ulrike Freywald
905–945
Ideophones and reduplication: Depiction, description, and the interpretation of repeated talk in discourse
Mark Dingemanse
946–970
Arbitrariness and iconicity in total reduplication: Evidence from Caribbean Creoles
Silvia Kouwenberg and Darlene LaCharité
971–991
Two semantic patterns of reduplication: Iconicity revisited
Fedor Rozhanskiy
992–1018
Review
Brian MacWhinney, Andrej Malchukov, and Edith Moravcsik (editors). 2014. Competing motivations in grammar and usage.
Reviewed by Keren Rice
1019–1029
Subjects
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General