Chapter published in:
Extravagant Morphology: Studies in rule-bending, pattern-extending and theory-challenging morphology
Edited by Matthias Eitelmann and Dagmar Haumann
[Studies in Language Companion Series 223] 2022
► pp. 181206
References
Barz, Irmhild
2015German. In Word-formation: An International Handbook of the Languages of Europe [Vol. 4, Word formation in the individual European languages], Susan Olsen, Peter Müller, Ingeborg Ohnheiser & Franz Rainer (eds), 2387–2410. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter.Google Scholar
Berent, Iris & Shimron, Joseph
2003Co-occurrence restrictions on identical consonants in the Hebrew lexicon: are they due to similarity? Journal of Linguistics 39(1): 31–55. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Brugmann, Karl
1917Gleichklangvermeidung in der lautgesetzlichen Entwicklung und in der Wortbildung. Indogermanische Forschungen 38: 117–128.Google Scholar
Brysbaert, Marc, Speybroeck, Sara & Vanderelst, Dieter
2009Is there room for the BBC in the mental lexicon? On the recognition of acronyms. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 62(9): 1832–1842. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Bzdęga, Andrzej
1965Reduplizierte Wortbildung im Deutschen. Poznan: Poznanskie Towarzystwo Przyjaciól Nauk.Google Scholar
Domahs, Ulrike, Wiese, Richard, Bornkessel-Schlesewsky, Ina & Schlesewsky, Matthias
2008The processing of German word stress: evidence for the prosodic hierarchy. Phonology 25(1): 1–36. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Drake, Derek
2013Variation and Change in Northern Bavarian Quantity. PhD dissertation, The University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Dressler, Wolfgang U.
2000Extragrammatical vs. marginal morphology. In Extragrammatical and Marginal Morphology, Ursula Doleschal & Anna M. Thornton (eds), 1–10. Munich: Lincom Europa.Google Scholar
Eisenberg, Peter
1991Syllabische Struktur und Wortakzent. Prinzipien der Prosodik deutscher Wörter. Zeitschrift für Sprachwissenschaft 10(1): 37–64. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Fanselow, Gisbert & Féry, Caroline
2002Ineffability in grammar. In Resolving Conflicts in Grammars: Optimality Theory in Syntax, Morphology, and Phonology, Gisbert Fanselow & Caroline Féry (eds), 265–307. Hamburg: Helmut Buske Verlag.Google Scholar
Finkbeiner, Rita
2012Naja, normal und normal. Zur Syntax, Semantik und Pragmatik der x-und-x-Konstruktion im Deutschen. Zeitschrift für Sprachwissenschaft 31(1): 1–42. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
2014Identical constituent compounds in German. Word Structure 7(2): 182–213. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Fleischer, Jürg & Schmid, Stephan
2006Zurich German. Journal of the International Phonetic Association 36(2): 243–253. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Freywald, Ulrike
2015Total reduplication as a productive process in German. Studies in Language 39(4): 905–945. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Ghomeshi, Jila, Jackendoff, Ray, Rosen, Nicole & Russell, Kevin
2004Contrastive focus reduplication in English (The salad-salad paper). Natural Language & Linguistic Theory 22(2): 307–357. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Golston, Chris & Wiese, Richard
1998The structure of the German root. In Phonology and morphology of the Germanic Languages, Wolfgang Kehrein & Richard Wiese (eds), 165–185. Tübingen: Niemeyer. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Görner, Rüdiger
2015Ästhetik der Wiederholung: Versuch über ein Literarisches Formprinzip. Göttingen: Wallstein.Google Scholar
Günther, Hartmut
1981N+N: Untersuchungen zur Produktivität eines deutschen Wortbildungstyps. In Wortbildung, Leonhard Lipka & Hartmut Günther (eds), 258–280. Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft.Google Scholar
Hohenhaus, Peter
2004Identical constituent compounding–a corpus-based study. Folia Linguistica 38(3–4): 297–331. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Horn, Laurence
1993Economy and redundancy in a dualistic model of natural language. In SKY 1993. Yearbook of the Linguistics Association of Finland, Susanna Shore & Maria Vilkuna (eds), 33–72. Helsinki: Suomen kielitieteellinen yhdistys.Google Scholar
2018The lexical clone: Pragmatics, prototypes, productivity. In Exact Repetition in Grammar and Discourse, Rita Finkbeiner & Ulrike Freywald (eds), 233–264. Berlin: De Gruyter. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Jackendoff, Ray
2008‘Construction after Construction’ and its theoretical challenges. Language 84(1): 8–28. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Jakobson, Roman
1960Closing statement: Linguistics and poetics. In Style in Language, Thomas Sebeok (ed), 350–377. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.Google Scholar
Kanwisher, Nancy G.
1987Repetition blindness: Type recognition without token individuation. Cognition 27(2): 117–143. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Kentner, Gerrit
2017On the emergence of reduplication in German morphophonology. Zeitschrift für Sprachwissenschaft 36(2): 233–277. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Kloeke, Wus van Lessen
1982Deutsche Phonologie und Morphologie: Merkmale und Markiertheit, Vol. 117. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Knaus, Johannes & Domahs, Ulrike
2009Experimental evidence for optimal and minimal metrical structure of German word prosody. Lingua 119(10): 1396–1413. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Kotzor, Sandra, Molineaux, Benjamin J., Banks, Elanor & Lahiri, Aditi
2016“Fake” gemination in suffixed words and compounds in English and German. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 140(1): 356–367. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Kraehenmann, Astrid
2001Swiss German stops: geminates all over the word. Phonology 18(1): 109–145. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Mattiello, Elisa
2013Extra-Grammatical Morphology in English: Abbreviations, Blends, Reduplicatives, and Related Phenomena. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
McCarthy, John J.
1986OCP effects: Gemination and antigemination. Linguistic Inquiry 17(2): 207–263.Google Scholar
Müller, Gereon
1997Beschränkungen für Binomialbildung im Deutschen: Ein Beitrag zur Interaktion von Phraseologie und Grammatik. Zeitschrift für Sprachwissenschaft 16(2): 5–51. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
2016Predicate doubling by phonological copying. In Linguistische Arbeitsberichte 93, Katja Barnickel, Matías Guzmán Naranjo, Johannes Hein, Sampson Korsah, Andrew Murphy, Ludger Paschen, Zorica Puškar & Joanna Zaleska (eds), 127–148. Leipzig: Universität Leipzig.Google Scholar
Paschen, Ludger
2018The Interaction of Reduplication and Segmental Mutation: A Phonological Account. Doctoral dissertation, Universität Leipzig.Google Scholar
Pozdniakov, Konstantin & Segerer, Guillaume
2007Similar place avoidance: A statistical universal. Linguistic Typology 11(2): 307–348. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Ridouane, Rachid
2010Geminates at the junction of phonetics and phonology. Laboratory Phonology 10: 61–90.Google Scholar
Saba Kirchner, Jesse
2010Minimal Reduplication. PhD dissertation, University of California Santa Cruz.
Schein, Barry & Steriade, Donca
1986On geminates. Linguistic Inquiry 17(4): 691–744.Google Scholar
Schindler, Wolfgang
1991Reduplizierende Wortbildung im Deutschen. Zeitschrift für Phonetik, Sprachwissenschaft und Kommunikationsforschung 44(5): 597–613. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Stolz, Thomas, Stroh, Cornelia & Urdze, Aina
2011Total Reduplication: The Areal Linguistics of a Potential Universal. Berlin: Akademie Verlag. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Suzuki, Keiichiro
1998A Typological Investigation of Dissimilation. PhD dissertation, University of Arizona.
Walter, Mary Ann
2007Repetition Avoidance in Human Language. PhD dissertation, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Wiese, Richard
1990Über die Interaktion von Morphologie und Phonologie – Reduplikation im Deutschen. Zeitschrift für Phonetik, Sprachwissenschaft und Kommunikationsforschung 43: 603–624. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Yip, Moira
1988The obligatory contour principle and phonological rules: A loss of identity. Linguistic Inquiry 19(1): 65–100.Google Scholar
Yu, Alan
2005Toward a typology of compensatory reduplication. In: Proceedings of the 24th West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics. 397–405.Google Scholar