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Voice and Inversion
Edited by T. Givón
[Typological Studies in Language 28] 1994
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2022. A prosodic morphophonological analysis of the trilateral perfect passive verbs in Qassimi Arabic. Heliyon 8:8  pp. e10008 ff. DOI logo
Ariel, Mira
2014. Orconstructions: Monosemy vs. polysemy. In Competing Motivations in Grammar and Usage,  pp. 333 ff. DOI logo
Bornkessel‐Schlesewsky, Ina & Matthias Schlesewsky
2014. Competition in argument interpretation: Evidence from the neurobiology of language. In Competing Motivations in Grammar and Usage,  pp. 107 ff. DOI logo
Cristofaro, Sonia
2014. Competing motivation models and diachrony: What evidence for what motivations?. In Competing Motivations in Grammar and Usage,  pp. 282 ff. DOI logo
CROFT, WILLIAM
2014. STUDYING LANGUAGE AS A COMPLEX ADAPTIVE SYSTEM. ENGLISH LINGUISTICS 31:1  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Dressler, Wolfgang U., Gary Libben & Katharina Korecky‐Kröll
2014. Conflicting vs. convergent vs. interdependent motivations in morphology. In Competing Motivations in Grammar and Usage,  pp. 180 ff. DOI logo
Du Bois, John W.
2014. Motivating competitions. In Competing Motivations in Grammar and Usage,  pp. 262 ff. DOI logo
Fabri, Ray
1996. The inverse morphology of Plains Cree (Algonquian). In Yearbook of Morphology 1995 [Yearbook of Morphology, ],  pp. 17 ff. DOI logo
Francis, Elaine J. & Laura A. Michaelis
2014. Why move? How weight and discourse factors combine to predict relative clause extraposition in English. In Competing Motivations in Grammar and Usage,  pp. 70 ff. DOI logo
Gildea, Spike & Joana Jansen
2018. Chapter 4. The development of referential hierarchy effects in Sahaptian. In Typological Hierarchies in Synchrony and Diachrony [Typological Studies in Language, 121],  pp. 129 ff. DOI logo
Haiman, John
2014. Six competing motives for repetition. In Competing Motivations in Grammar and Usage,  pp. 246 ff. DOI logo
Haspelmath, Martin
2014. On system pressure competing with economic motivation. In Competing Motivations in Grammar and Usage,  pp. 197 ff. DOI logo
Hawkins, John A.
2014. Patterns in competing motivations and the interaction of principles. In Competing Motivations in Grammar and Usage,  pp. 54 ff. DOI logo
Helmbrecht, Johannes
2014. Politeness distinctions in personal pronouns: A case study on competing motivations. In Competing Motivations in Grammar and Usage,  pp. 315 ff. DOI logo
Hughes, Mary E. & Shanley E. M. Allen
2014. Competing motivations in children's omission of subjects? The interaction between verb finiteness and referent accessibility. In Competing Motivations in Grammar and Usage,  pp. 144 ff. DOI logo
Kaltenböck, Gunther & Bernd Heine
2014. Sentence grammar vs. thetical grammar: Two competing domains?. In Competing Motivations in Grammar and Usage,  pp. 348 ff. DOI logo
Konnerth, Linda
2021. On the nature of inverse systems. Diachronica 38:1  pp. 25 ff. DOI logo
Krajewski, Grzegorz & Elena Lieven
2014. Competing cues in early syntactic development. In Competing Motivations in Grammar and Usage,  pp. 163 ff. DOI logo
Lamers, Monique J. A. & Helen de Hoop
2014. Animate object fronting in Dutch: A production study. In Competing Motivations in Grammar and Usage,  pp. 42 ff. DOI logo
MacWhinney, Brian
2014. Conclusions: Competition across time. In Competing Motivations in Grammar and Usage,  pp. 364 ff. DOI logo
Brian MacWhinney, Andrej Malchukov & Edith Moravcsik
2014. Competing Motivations in Grammar and Usage, DOI logo
Malchukov, Andrej
2014. Resolving alignment conflicts: A competing motivations approach. In Competing Motivations in Grammar and Usage,  pp. 16 ff. DOI logo
Mondorf, Britta
2014. Apparently competing motivations in morphosyntactic variation. In Competing Motivations in Grammar and Usage,  pp. 209 ff. DOI logo
Moravcsik, Edith
2014. Introduction. In Competing Motivations in Grammar and Usage,  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Murphy, Patrick
2005. Topicality, Predicate Prototypes, and Conceptual Space. Journal of Universal Language 6:1  pp. 65 ff. DOI logo
Newmeyer, Frederick J.
2014. Where do motivations compete?. In Competing Motivations in Grammar and Usage,  pp. 299 ff. DOI logo
Oxford, Will
2023. A tale of two inverses. Syntax 26:3  pp. 311 ff. DOI logo
Oxford, Will
2023. The Algonquian Inverse, DOI logo
Pfeiffer, Martin
2014. Formal vs. functional motivations for the structure of self‐repair in German. In Competing Motivations in Grammar and Usage,  pp. 229 ff. DOI logo
Quesada, J. Diego & Stavros Skopeteas
2010. The discourse function of inverse voice: An experimental study in Teribe (Chibchan). Journal of Pragmatics 42:9  pp. 2579 ff. DOI logo
Rowland, Caroline F., Claire Noble & Angel Chan
2014. Competition all the way down: How children learn word order cues to sentence meaning. In Competing Motivations in Grammar and Usage,  pp. 127 ff. DOI logo
Srishti, Richa & Shahid Bhat
2014. Is Kashmiri passive really a passive?. In The Lexicon–Syntax Interface [Linguistik Aktuell/Linguistics Today, 209],  pp. 149 ff. DOI logo
Strunk, Jan
2014. A statistical model of competing motivations affecting relative clause extraposition in German. In Competing Motivations in Grammar and Usage,  pp. 88 ff. DOI logo
Zúñiga, Fernando & Seppo Kittilä
2019. Grammatical Voice, DOI logo
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2014. List of abbreviations. In Competing Motivations in Grammar and Usage,  pp. xviii ff. DOI logo
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2014. Notes on contributors. In Competing Motivations in Grammar and Usage,  pp. viii ff. DOI logo
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2014. Copyright Page. In Competing Motivations in Grammar and Usage,  pp. iv ff. DOI logo
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2014. Preface. In Competing Motivations in Grammar and Usage,  pp. vii ff. DOI logo
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2014. List of figures and tables. In Competing Motivations in Grammar and Usage,  pp. xiv ff. DOI logo

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