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LINGUIST List 18.2028

Thu Jul 05 2007

TOC: Studies in Language 31/3 (2007)

Editor for this issue: Maria Moreno-Rollins <marialinguistlist.org>

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        1.    Paul Peranteau, Studies in Language Vol 31, No 3 (2007)


Message 1: Studies in Language Vol 31, No 3 (2007)
Date: 03-Jul-2007
From: Paul Peranteau <paulbenjamins.com>
Subject: Studies in Language Vol 31, No 3 (2007)


Publisher: John Benjamins
http://www.benjamins.com/

Journal Title: Studies in Language
Volume Number: 31
Issue Number: 3
Issue Date: 2007


Main Text:

Studies in Language 31:3

2007. 202 pp.

Table of contents

Articles
It's a split, but is it unaccusativity? Two classes of intransitive verbs in
Jalonke
Friederike Lüpke 525–568

Complement-taking predicates: Usage and linguistic structure
Kasper Boye and Peter Harder 569–606

Aspectual clusters of Russian verbs
Laura Janda 607–648

Word order variation and ba sentences in Chinese
Feng-hsi Liu 649–682

Reviews
Hiroko Itakura, 2001. Conversational Dominance and Gender. A Study of Japanese
Speakers in First and Second Language Contexts
Reviewed by Kerstin Fischer 683–690

Zygmunt Frajzyngier, Adam Hodges and David S. Rood (eds.). 2005. Linguistic
Diversity and Language Theories
Reviewed by Paolo Ramat 690–699

T. Givón. 2005. Context as Other Minds: The Pragmatics of Sociality, Cognition
and Communication
Reviewed by Aya Katz 699–708

Bernhard Wälchli, 2005. Co-compounds and natural coordination
Reviewed by Regina Pustet 708–716

Booknotice
Hiroko Itakura, 2001. Conversational Dominance and Gender. A Study of Japanese
Speakers in First and Second Language Contexts
Reviewed by Kerstin Fischer 717–720


Linguistic Field(s): Pragmatics
                            Sociolinguistics
                            Syntax
                            Applied Linguistics
                            Typology

Subject Language(s): Chinese, Mandarin (cmn)
                            Japanese (jpn)
                            Russian (rus)
                            Yalunka (yal)



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