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Mon Nov 18 2002

TOC: Studies in Language, Vol 26 No 2 (2002)

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  1. paul, Studies in Language, Vol 26 No 2 (2002)

Message 1: Studies in Language, Vol 26 No 2 (2002)

Date: Mon, 18 Nov 2002 09:55:18 +0000
From: paul <>
Subject: Studies in Language, Vol 26 No 2 (2002)

Publisher: John Benjamins
Journal Title: Studies in Language
Volume Number: 26
Issue Number: 2
Issue Date: 2002

Main text:
Table of Contents

Word order variation in Isthmus Mixe: Voice and discourse considerations 
 Julia Dieterman 217 - 242 
>From a pragmatic marker to a direct object marker: The Japanese
particle o in written discourse
 Misumi Sadler 243 - 281 
Deixis and aspect: The Tokelauan directional particles mai and atu 
 Robin Hooper 283 - 313 
Polysemy patterns in semi-lexical elements in Spanish and Catalan 
 Matthew L. Juge 315 - 335 
Perfect in the Yi group: Stative and dynamic information management 
 Matthias Gerner 337 - 368 
The WA/GA distinction and switch-reference for ellipted subject
identification in Japanese complex sentences
 Shigeko Nariyama 369 - 431 
Moving the actants: Degrees of agency in Yimas 
 Claudia Gerstner-Link 433 - 468 

Book Reviews 
Review of "Person, Self, and Interpretability" by Elly van Gelderen 
 Peter Siemund 469 - 476 
Review of "Syntactic Aspects of Topic and Comment" by Andr� Meinunger 
 L�szl� Moln�rfi 476 - 486 
Review of "The Notion of Intercultural Understanding in the Context of
German as a Foreign Language" by Theo Harden and Arnd Witte (eds)
 Gergely T�th 486 - 494 
Review of "Evidentials: Turkic, Iranian, and Neighbouring Languages"
by Lars Johanson and Bo Utas (eds)
 Ferdinand de Haan 494 - 502 
Review of "Language Universals Research: a Synthesis" by Hansjakob Seiler 
 Alexandra Y. Aikhenvald 502 - 505 
Review of "Functionalism and formalism in linguistics" by Michael
Darnell, Edith Moravcsik, Frederick Newmeyer, Michael Noonan and
Kathleen Wheatley (eds.)
 Timothy Jowan Curnow 505 - 512
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