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LINGUIST List 18.3302

Fri Nov 09 2007

Diss: Semantics/Syntax: Nolda: 'Die Thema-Integration: Syntax und S...'

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Message 1: Die Thema-Integration: Syntax und Semantik der 'gespaltenen Topikalisierung' im Deutschen
Date: 09-Nov-2007
From: Andreas Nolda <andreas.noldastaff.hu-berlin.de>
Subject: Die Thema-Integration: Syntax und Semantik der 'gespaltenen Topikalisierung' im Deutschen
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Institution: Freie Universitaet Berlin
Program: Linguistics
Dissertation Status: Completed
Degree Date: 2005

Author: Andreas Nolda

Dissertation Title: Die Thema-Integration: Syntax und Semantik der 'gespaltenen Topikalisierung' im Deutschen

Dissertation URL: http://www.stauffenburg.de/asp/books.asp?id=1057

Linguistic Field(s): Semantics
                            Syntax

Subject Language(s): German, Standard (deu)

Dissertation Director:
Norbert Fries
Hans-Heinrich Lieb

Dissertation Abstract:

This dissertation studies a much-discussed syntactic construction of Modern
German generally known as "split topicalization" and called "topic
integration" here. After a comprehensive presentation of the empirical
domain and a discussion of alternative analyses in the literature, the
author develops a syntactic and semantic analysis, that also takes
'information-structural' meaning aspects into account. On the basis of this
analysis, he outlines the definition of the construction name in
the theory of language as well as the identification of the construction in
German grammars.





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