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Wed Mar 16 2011

TOC: Lingua Special Issue - Movement and Word Order in Bantu

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Message 1: Lingua Special Issue - Movement and Word Order in Bantu
Date: 16-Mar-2011
From: Christopher Tancock <c.tancockelsevier.com>
Subject: Lingua Special Issue - Movement and Word Order in Bantu
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Publisher: Elsevier Ltd
http://www.elsevier.com/linguistics

Journal Title: Lingua
Volume Number: 121
Issue Number: 5
Issue Date: 2011


Subtitle: Lingua Special Issue - Movement and Word Order in Bantu


Main Text:

Introduction

1. What the Bantu languages can tell us about word order and movement
Pages 689-701
Leston C. Buell, Kristina Riedel, Jenneke van der Wal


Articles

2. The morphosyntax of Lubukusu locative inversion and the parameterization of
Agree
Pages 702-720
Michael Diercks

3. Hyperactivity and Hyperagreement in Bantu
Pages 721-741
Vicki Carstens

4. Agreement, locality, and OVS in Bantu
Pages 742-753
Brent Henderson

5. Word order in Matengo (N13): Topicality and informational roles
Pages 754-771
Nobuko Yoneda

6. The prosody of ‘dislocation’ in selected Bantu languages
Pages 772-786
Laura J. Downing

7. Information structure and agreement: Subjects and subject agreement in
Swahili and Herero
Pages 787-804
Lutz Marten

8. Zulu ngani ‘why’: Postverbal and yet in CP
Pages 805-821
Leston Chandler Buell

9. An anti-locality restriction on subject wh-phrases in Kîîtharaka
Pages 822-831
Peter Muriungi


Regular Articles

10. Some properties of light verbs in code-switching
Pages 832-850
Kay González-Vilbazo, Luis López

11. The interpretation of copular constructions in Chinese: Semantic
underspecification and pragmatic enrichment
Pages 851-870
Yicheng Wu

12. Temporal uses of definite articles and demonstratives in Pomak (Slavic, Greece)
Pages 871-889
Evangelia Adamou

13. Type shifting, Chinese hen+N structure, and implications for semantic
parameters
Pages 890-905
Chuansheng He, Yan Jiang

14. Dummy auxiliaries in child and adult second language acquisition of Dutch
Pages 906-919
Elma Blom, Siebe de Korte

15. Early child control
Pages 920-941
Idan Landau, Rosalind Thornton

16. A structural asymmetry in intervention effects
Pages 942-962
Suwon Yoon

17. An experimental investigation of the expression of genericity in English,
Spanish and Brazilian Portuguese
Pages 963-985
Tania Ionin, Silvina Montrul, Hélade Santos


For more information on this Special Issue, please visit:
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/issue/5815-2011-998789994-3017756
Or visit the journal homepage: http://www.elsevier.com/locate/lingua


Linguistic Field(s): Linguistic Theories
                            Semantics
                            Syntax
                            General Linguistics
                            Language Acquisition

Subject Language(s): Arabic, Moroccan Spoken (ary)
                            Bulgarian (bul)
                            Chinese, Mandarin (cmn)
                            Dutch (nld)
                            English (eng)
                            German, Standard (deu)
                            Japanese (jpn)
                            Korean (kor)
                            Portuguese (por)
                            Spanish (spa)
                            Turkish (tur)
Language Family(ies): Central Bantu

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