Chapter published in:
Usage-Based Studies in Modern Hebrew: Background, Morpho-lexicon, and Syntax
Edited by Ruth A. Berman
[Studies in Language Companion Series 210] 2020
► pp. 583621
References

References

Altman, Ya’akov
1999tmimah Ɂani lo – mabaʕey hašlilah hamemukedet (Innocent I am not – utterances with focused negation). ћelkat lašon 27. 62–75.Google Scholar
Anderwald, Lieselotte
2002Negation in Non-Standard British English: Gaps, Regularizations, Asymmetries. London: Routledge.Google Scholar
Bar, Tali
2009On cleft sentences in Contemporary Hebrew. In Egyptian, Semitic and General Grammar Studies in Memory of H.J. Polotsky, Gideon Goldenberg & Ariel Shisha-Halevy (eds), 337–355. Jerusalem: The Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities.Google Scholar
Bardenstein, Ruti
(in preparation) Grammaticalization Paths of Rectification Constructions. PhD dissertation, Tel-Aviv University. (in Hebrew)Google Scholar
Bar-Adon, A.
1966New imperative and jussive formations in Contemporary Hebrew. Journal of the American Oriental Society 86(4): 410–413. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Bar-Asher Siegal, Elitzur A.
2015The case for external sentential negation: Evidence from Jewish Babylonian Aramaic. Linguistics 53(5): 1031–1078.Google Scholar
Berman, Ruth A.
1978Modern Hebrew Structure. Tel Aviv: University Publishing Projects.Google Scholar
1985Acquisition of Hebrew. Hillsdale NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.Google Scholar
Birner, Betty J. & Ward, Gregory
1998Information Status and Noncanonical Word Order in English [Studies in Language Companion Series 40]. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Bolozky, Shmuel
2013Imperative and prohibitive: Modern Hebrew. In Encyclopedia of Hebrew Language and Linguistics, Geoffrey Khan (ed.), 245–248. Leiden: Brill.Google Scholar
Bressem, Jana & Müller, Cornelia
2014The family of away-gestures: Negation, refusal, and negative assessment. In Body – Language – Communication: An international Handbook on Multimodality in Human Interaction [Handbooks of Linguistics and Communication Science 38.2], Cornelia Müller, Alan Cienki, Ellen Fricke, Silva H. Ladewig, David McNeill & Jana Bressem (eds), 1592–1604. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.Google Scholar
Bressem, Jana, Stein, Nicole & Wegener, Claudia
2017Multimodal language use in Savosavo: Refusing, excluding and negating with speech and gesture. Pragmatics 27(2): 173–206. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Burstein, Ruth
1999darxey hašeɁelah vehatšuvah baʕivrit haktuvah bat yameynu – Ɂaspektim taћbiriyim, semantiyim vepragmatiyim (Questions and responses in contemporary Hebrew: A syntactic semantic and pragmatic approach). PhD dissertation, Bar-Ilan University.Google Scholar
Clancy, Brian
2015Investigating Intimate Discourse: Exploring the Spoken Interaction of Families, Couples and Friends. London: Routledge. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Clark, Herbert H.
1996Using Language. Cambridge: CUP. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Dahl, Östen
2010Typology of negation. In The Expression of Negation, Laurence R. Horn (ed.), 9–38. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.Google Scholar
Dekel, Nurit
2014Colloquial Israeli Hebrew: A Corpus-Based Survey. Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Deppermann, Arnulf
2014‘Don’t get me wrong’: Recipient design by using negation to constrain an action’s interpretation. In Grammar and Dialogism: Sequential, Syntactic, and Prosodic Patterns between Emergence and Sedimentation, Susanne Günther, Wolfgang Imo & Jörg Bücker, (eds), 15–52. Berlin: De Gruyter.Google Scholar
Du Bois, John W.
2014Towards a dialogic syntax. Cognitive Linguistics 25(3): 359–410. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Ford, Cecilia E.
2001At the intersection of turn and sequence: Negation and what comes next. In Studies in Interactional Linguistics [Studies in Discourse Grammar 10], Margret Selting & Elizabeth Couper-Kuhlen (eds), 51–80. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
2002Denial and the construction of conversational turns. In Complex Sentences in Grammar and Discourse: Essays in Honour of Sandra A. Thompson, Joan L. Bybee & Michael Noonan (eds), 61–78. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Frajzyngier, Zygmunt & Shay, Erin
2016The Role of Functions in Syntax: A Unified Approach to language Theory, Description, and Typology [Typological Studies in Language 111]. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Gil, David
2013Para-linguistic usages of clicks. In The World Atlas of Language Structures Online. Matthew S. Dryer & Martin Haspelmath (eds). Leipzig: Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology. http://​wals​.info​/chapter​/142> (21 January 2018).Google Scholar
Giora, Rachel, Fein, Ofer, Ganzi, Jonathan, Alkeslassy Levi, Natalie & Sabah, Hadas
2005On negation as mitigation: The case of negative irony. Discourse Processes 39: 81–100. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Giora, Rachel, Livnat, Elad, Fein, Ofer, Barnea, Anat, Zeiman, Rakefet & Berger, Iddo
2013Negation generates nonliteral interpretations by default. Metaphor and Symbol 28: 89–115. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Giora, Rachel, Givoni, Shir, & Fein, Ofer
2015Defaultness reigns: The case of sarcasm. Metaphor and Symbol 30(4): 290–313. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Givón, Talmy
1978Negation in language: Pragmatics, function, ontology. In Syntax and Semantics, 9: Pragmatics, Peter Cole (ed), 69–112. New York NY: Academic Press.Google Scholar
2005Context as Other Minds: The Pragmatics of Sociality, Cognition and Communication. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Glinert, Lewis
2004The Grammar of Modern Hebrew. Cambridge: CUP.Google Scholar
Grishina, Elena
2015Russian gestures of negation (O russkom zhestikulyatsionnom otritsanii). Proceedings of Institute of Russian Language 6: 556–604.Google Scholar
Halevy, Rivka
2006tifkudah šel ‘ze’ habilti leksikalit beʕivrit bat yameynu (The functions of non-lexical zeh (it) in contemporary Hebrew). lešonenu 68: 283–307.Google Scholar
2013The dative in Modern Hebrew. In Encyclopedia for Hebrew Language and Linguistics, Geoffrey Khan (ed.), 659–663. Leiden: Brill.Google Scholar
Harrison, Simon
2014The organisation of kinesic ensembles associated with negation. Gesture 14(2): 117–141. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Harrison, Simon & Larrivée, Pierre
2015Morphosyntactic correlates of gestures: A gesture associated with negation in French and its organisation with speech. In Negation and polarity. Experimental perspectives, Pierre Larrivée & Chungmin Lee (eds), 75–94. Dordrecht: Springer.Google Scholar
Haspelmath, Martin
2013Negative indefinite pronouns and predicate negation. In The World Atlas of Language Structures Online, Matthew S. Dryer & Martin Haspelmath (eds). Leipzig: Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology. http://​wals​.info​/chapter​/115> (11 January 2017).Google Scholar
Hayashi, Makoto & Kushida, Shuya
2013Responding with resistance to wh-questions in Japanese talk-in-interaction. Research on Language and Social Interaction 46: 231–255. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Hedberg, Nancy & Yaeger-Dror, Malcah
2008The effect of informational and interactive factors on the prosodic prominence of negation. Paper presented at the Linguistic Society of America, Chicago IL.Google Scholar
Hirschberg, Julia
1993Pitch accent in context: Predicting prominence from text. Artificial Intelligence 63: 305–340. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Horn, Laurence R.
2001A Natural History of Negation. Stanford CA: CSLI.Google Scholar
2010Introduction. In The Expression of Negation, Laurence R. Horn (ed.), 1–8. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Inbar, Ana
2016Is subordination viable? The case of Hebrew šɛ ‘that’. CHIMERA. Romance Corpora and Linguistic Studies 3(2): 287–310.Google Scholar
Inbar, Ana & Shor, Leon
In preparation. Negation in spoken Israeli Hebrew: From verbal to gestural communication.
Izre’el, Shlomo
2012Basic sentence structures: A view from spoken Israeli Hebrew. In Penser les langues avec Claire Blanche-Benveniste [Langues et Langage 20], Sandrine Caddéo, Marie-Noëlle Roubaud, Magali Rouquier & Frédéric Sabio (eds), 215–227. Aix-en-Provence: Presses Universitaires de Provence.Google Scholar
2017Unipartite clauses: A view from spoken Israeli Hebrew. In Afroasiatic: Data and Perspectives [Current Issues in Linguistic Theory 339], Mauro Tosco (ed.), 235–259. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.Google Scholar
Forthcoming. The basic unit of spoken language and the interface between prosody, discourse and syntax: A view from spontaneous spoken Hebrew. In In Search of a Reference Unit for Speech: A Corpus-driven Cross-linguistic Approach to Spontaneous Spoken Communication, Shlomo Izre’el, Heliana Mello, Alessandro Panunzi, Tommaso Raso eds Amsterdam John Benjamins
Keevallik, Leelo
2012Compromising progressivity: ‘No’-prefacing in Estonian. Pragmatics 22: 119–146. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Kendon, Adam
2004Gestures: Visible Actions as Utterance. Cambridge: CUP. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Keren, Einat-Haya
2015From negative polarity to negative concord–Slavic footprints in the diachronic change of Hebrew meʔuma, klum, and šum davar . Journal of Jewish Languages 3(1–2): 180–194.Google Scholar
Kim, Stephanie Hyeri
2015Resisting the terms of polar questions through ani (‘no’)- prefacing in Korean conversation. Discourse Processes 52(4): 311–334. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Klima, Edward S.
1964Negation in English. In The Structure of Language: Readings in the Philosophyof Language, Jerry A. Fodor & Jerrold J. Katz (eds), 246–323. Englewood Cliffs NJ: Prentice-Hall.Google Scholar
Kuzar, Ron
2012Sentence Patterns in English and Hebrew [Constructional Approaches to Language 12]. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Ladusaw, William
1996Negation and polarity items. In The Handbook of Contemporary Semantic Theory, Shalom Lappin (ed.), 321–341. Oxford: Blackwell.Google Scholar
Lee-Goldman, Russell
2011 No as a discourse marker. Journal of Pragmatics 43: 2627–2649. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Linell, Per
2005The Written Language Bias in Linguistics: Its Nature, Origins and Transformations. London: Routledge. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Martin, J.-Philippe
2015The Structure of Spoken Language: Intonation in Romance. Cambridge: CUP. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Maschler, Yael
2017The emergence of Hebrew loydea / loydat (‘I dunno m/f’) from interaction – Blurring the boundaries between discourse marker, pragmatic marker, and modal particle. In Pragmatic Markers, Discourse Markers and Modal Particles: New Perspectives [Studies in Language Companion Series 186], Andrea Sansò & Chiara Fedriani (eds), 37–69. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
McCawley, James D.
1991Contrastive negation and metalinguistic negation. In CLS 27: Papers from the 27th Regional Meeting of the Chicago Linguistics Society 1991, Part Two: italic>the Parasession on Negation, Lise M. Dobrin, Lynn Nichols & Rosa M. Rodriguez (eds), 189–206. Chicago IL: CLS.Google Scholar
Miestamo, Matti
2007Negation – an overview of typological research. Language and Linguistics Compass 1(5): 552–570. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
2009Negation. In Grammar, Meaning and Pragmatics [Handbook of Pragmatics Highlights 5], Frank Brisard, Jan-Ola Östman & Jef Verschueren (eds), 208–229. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Miestamo, Matti & van der Auwera, Johan
2007Negative declaratives and negative imperatives: Similarities and differences. In Linguistics Festival, May 2006, Bremen, Andreas Ammann (ed.), 5–77. Bochum: Brockmeyer.Google Scholar
Miestamo, Matti, Tamm, Anne & Wagner-Nagy, Beáta
2015Negation in Uralic languages – Introduction. In Negation in Uralic Languages [Typological Studies in Language 108], Matti Miestamo, Anne Tamm & Beáta Wagner-Nagy (eds), 1–41. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Mithun, Marianne
2012Tags: Cross-linguistic diversity and commonality. Journal of Pragmatics 44(15): 2165–2182. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Mondada, Lorenza
2017Precision timing and timed embeddedness of imperatives in embodied courses of action. In Imperative Turns at Talk: The Design of Directives in Action [Studies in Language and Social Interaction 30], Marja-Leena Sorjonen, Liisa Raevaara & Elizabeth Couper-Kuhlen (eds), 65–101. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Ono, Tsuyoshi & Thompson, Sandra
2017Negative scope, temporality, fixedness, and right- and left-branching: Implications for typology and cognitive processing. Studies in Language 41(3): 543–576. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
O’Shaughnessy, Douglas & Allen, Jonathan
1983Linguistic modality effects on fundamental frequency in speech. Journal of the Accoustical Society of America 74: 1155–1171. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Ozerov, Pavel
2010mikum hahatʕama vemivneh hameser basiaћ haspontani beʕivrit (Location of Accents and Information Structure in Spontaneous Israeli Hebrew). MA thesis, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.Google Scholar
Polak-Yitzhaki, Hilla & Maschler, Yael
2016Disclaiming understanding? Hebrew 'ani lo mevin/a (‘I don’t understand m/f’) in everyday conversation. Journal of Pragmatics 106:163–183. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Quirk, Randolph, Sidney Greenbaum, Geoffrey Leech & Jan Svartvik
1985A Comprehensive Grammar of the English Language. Harlow: Longman.Google Scholar
Raclaw, Joshua
2013Indexing Inferables and Organizational Shifts: ‘No’-prefaces in English Conversation. PhD dissertation, University of Colorado at Boulder.Google Scholar
Rosen, Haiim B.
1977Contemporary Hebrew [Trends in Linguistics 11]. The Hague: Mouton. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Sadock, Jerry
2012Formal features of questions. In Questions: Formal, Functional and Interactional Perspectives, Jan P. De Ruiter (ed.), 103–122. Cambridge: CUP. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Schwarzwald, Ora Rodrigue & Sigal, Shlomo
2015Modern Hebrew še- and Judeo-Spanish ke- (que-) in independent modal constructions. In Language Contact and the Development of Modern Hebrew, Edit Doron (ed.), 87–100. Leiden: Brill. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Shor, Leon
2018milat hašlilah ‘lo’ baʕivrit hameduberet – prozodyah, siaћ vetaћbir (The negator lo in spoken Israeli Hebrew – Prosody, discourse and syntax). balšanut ʕivrit 72: 105–125.Google Scholar
Forthcoming. ‘lo, Ɂata codek bemeah Ɂaxuz – šimušim proceduraliyim bemilat hašlilah ‘lo’ baʕivrit hameduberet (No, you’re one hundred percent right’ – Procedural uses of the negator lo in spoken Israeli Hebrew). Balšanut Ivrit.
Tzivoni, Leah
2015darxey hašlilah (Negation in Israeli Hebrew). Tel-Aviv: Tzivonim.Google Scholar
van der Auwera, Johan & Ludo Lejeune ( with Valentin Goussev
) 2013The prohibitive. In Matthew S. Dryer & Martin Haspelmath (eds), The World Atlas of Language Structures Online. Leipzig: Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology. http://​wals​.info​/chapter​/71> (11 January 2017).Google Scholar
Van Valin, Robert D. & LaPolla, Randy J.
1997Syntax: Structure, Meaning, and Function. Cambridge: CUP. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Vázquez Carranza, Ariel
2017Some uses of ‘no’ in Spanish talk-in-interactions. International Review of Pragmatics 9: 1–24. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Veselinova, Ljuba
2013Negative existentials: A cross-linguistic study. Rivista di Linguistica 25(1): 107–145.Google Scholar
Ward, Gregory & Birner, Betty J.
2004Information structure and non-canonical syntax. The Handbook of Pragmatics, Laurence Horn & Gregory Ward (eds), 152–174. Oxford: Blackwell.Google Scholar
Willis, David, Lucas, Christopher & Breitbarth, Anne
2013Comparing diachronies of negation. In The History of Negation in the Languages of Europe and the Mediterranean: Vol. I: Case Studies . David Willis, Christopher Lucas & Anne Breitbarth (eds), 1–50. Oxford: OUP.Google Scholar
Yaeger-Dror, Malcah
1985Intonational prominence on negatives in English. Language and Speech 28: 197–230. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
1996Register as a variable in prosodic analysis: The case of the English negative. Speech Communication 19: 39–60. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
2002Register and prosodic variation, a cross language comparison. Journal of Pragmatics 34: 1495–1536. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Yaeger-Dror, Malcah, Takano, Shoji, Hall-Lew, Lauren & Granadillo, Tania
2011The sociophonetics of prosodic contours on NEG in three language communities: Teasing apart socio-, -linguistic and phonetic influences on speech. In Sociophonetic Reader, Dennis R. Preston & Nancy Niedzielski (eds),133–176. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.Google Scholar
Zewi, Tamar
1998milat hašlilah kenasu hamišpat beʕivrit (The negative particle as a predicate in Hebrew). In Proceedings of the Fourteenth Annual Meeting of Societatis Linguisticae Europaeae Sodalicium Israelense, Emanuel Allon & Pnina Trumer (eds), 41–48. Kfar-Sava: Beit Berl College.Google Scholar