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Journal Title: Language Sciences
Volume/Issue:   43 /
Issue Title: Exploring grammatical gender
Date: 2014
Table of Contents: Language Sciences

Volume 43, Pages 1-132, May 2014

Exploring grammatical gender
Edited by Tania Paciaroni, Michele Loporcaro and Anna M. Thornton

1. Editorial board and publication information
Pages IFC

2. Foreword
Tania Paciaroni, Anna M. Thornton, Michele Loporcaro
Pages 1-4

3. Gender as a complex feature
Jenny Audring
Pages 5-17

4. The internal syntax of Shona class prefixes
Rose-Marie Déchaine, Raphaël Girard, Calisto Mudzingwa, Martina Wiltschko
Pages 18-46

5. Possible syntactic implementations of the controller vs. target gender distinction: the view from ambigenerics
Ion Giurgea
Pages 47-61

6. Pancake sentences and the semanticization of formal gender in Mainland Scandinavian
Gunlög Josefsson
Pages 62-76

7. On the diachrony of gender in Asia Minor Greek: the development of semantic agreement in Pontic
Petros Karatsareas
Pages 77-101

8. Gender in Amharic: a morphosyntactic approach to natural and grammatical gender
Ruth Kramer
Pages 102-115

9. Variation in the input: child and caregiver in the acquisition of grammatical gender in Russian
Yulia Rodina
Pages 116-132
Publisher: Elsevier Ltd
Linguistic Field(s): Historical Linguistics
Linguistic Theories
Morphology
Semantics
Syntax
Subject Language(s): Albanian, Gheg
Amharic
Greek, Cappadocian
Danish
Greek, Modern
Jutish
Pontic
Romanian
Russian
Shona
Swedish
 
LL Issue: 25.1898