Article published in:
Beyond Aspect: The expression of discourse functions in African languages
Edited by Doris L. Payne and Shahar Shirtz
[Typological Studies in Language 109] 2015
► pp. 5380
Comrie, Bernard
1976Aspect. Cambridge: CUP.Google Scholar
Eaton, Helen
2008Object marking and aspect in Sandawe. In Khoisan Languages and Linguistics: Proceedings of the 2nd International Symposium. January 8–12, 2006, Riezlern/Kleinwalsertal [Research in Khoisan Studies 22], Sonja Ermisch (ed.), 67-86. Cologne: Rüdiger Köppe.Google Scholar
2010bInformation structure marking in Sandawe texts. In The Expression of Information Structure. A Documentation of its Diversity across Africa [Typological Studies in Language 91], Ines Fiedler & Anne Schwarz (eds), 1-34. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Elderkin, Edward D
1989The Significance and Origin of the Use of Pitch in Sandawe. PhD dissertation, University of York.
1994Sandawe verbal sentences. Paper presented at the Tutzing Conference on Khoisan Studies, July 11-14 1994.Google Scholar
Elliott, Jennifer R
2000Realis and irrealis: Forms and concepts of the grammaticalisation of reality. Linguistic Typology 4(1): 55-90. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Güldemann, Tom
2014‘Khoisan’ linguistic classification today. In Beyond ‘Khoisan’. Historical relations in the Kalahari Basin [Current Issues in Linguistic Theory 330], Tom Güldemann & Anna-Maria Fehn (eds), 1-41. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Hagman, Roy S
1977Nama Hottentot Grammar. Bloomington IN: Research Center for Language and Semiotic Studies, Indiana University.Google Scholar
Hopper, Paul J
1979Aspect and foregrounding in discourse. In Syntax and Semantics, 12: Discourse and Syntax, Talmy Givón (ed.), 213–241. New York NY: Academic Press.Google Scholar
Hunziker, Daniel A., Hunziker, Elisabeth & Eaton, Helen
2008A Description of the Phonology of the Sandawe Language [SIL Electronic Working Papers 2008-004]. SIL International. http://​www​.sil​.org​/system​/files​/reapdata​/50​/47​/12​/5047120045709842209762481951608799409​/silewp2008​_004​.pdfGoogle Scholar
Kagaya, Ryohei
1990Jiyū gojun gengo de no gojun seigen. Sandawe go no baai (Restriction on word order of free word order language - the case of the Sandawe language). Journal of Asian and African Studies 40: 1-12. Institute for the Study of Languages and Culture of Asia and Africa. Translated by F. Ingham-Nagasawa.Google Scholar
Kießling, Roland
2010Sandawe verbal plurality. In Khoisan Languages and Linguistics: Proceedings of the 1st International Symposium, January 4-8, 2003, Riezlern/Kleinwalsertal [Research in Khoisan Studies 24], Matthias Brenzinger & Christa König (eds), 231-250. Cologne: Rüdiger Köppe.Google Scholar
Labov, William & Waletzky, Joshua
1967Narrative analysis: Oral versions of personal experience. In Essays on the Verbal and Visual Arts. Proceedings of the 1966 Annual Spring Meeting of the American Ethnological Society, June Helm (ed.) 12-42. Seattle WA: University of Washington Press.Google Scholar
Longacre, Robert E
1996The Grammar of Discourse, 2nd edn. New York NY: Plenum. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Lord, Carol
1974Causative constructions in Yoruba. Studies in African Linguistics (Supplement) 6: 195-204.Google Scholar
Newman, Paul
1990Nominal and Verbal Plurality in Chadic. Dordrecht: Foris.Google Scholar
Payne, Doris
1992Narrative discontinuity versus continuity in Yagua. Discourse Processes 15: 375-394. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Steeman, Sander
2011A Grammar of Sandawe. A Khoisan Language of Tanzania [LOT Dissertation Series 295]. Utrecht: Netherlands Graduate School of Linguistics. http://​hdl​.handle​.net​/1887​/18429Google Scholar