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Journal Title: Lingua
Volume/Issue:   122 / 15
Issue Title: Additivity and Adversativity
Date: 2012
Table of Contents: 1. Empirical constraints on accounts of Too
Pages 1787-1800
Grégoire Winterstein, Henk Zeevat

2. Particles, Maximize Presupposition and discourse management
Pages 1801-1818
Regine Eckardt, Manuela Fränkel

3. On the discourse function of particles in post-initial position
Pages 1819-1842
Elena Karagjosova

4. Strategies of additivity: German additive noch compared to auch
Pages 1843-1863
Carla Umbach

5. What but-sentences argue for: An argumentative analysis of but
Pages 1864-1885
Grégoire Winterstein

6. Objection marking and additivity
Pages 1886-1898
Henk Zeevat

7. Correction by adversative and additive markers
Pages 1899-1918
Katja Jasinskaja
Publisher: Elsevier Ltd
Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis
LL Issue: 23.4968