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Information structure in lesser-described languages : studies in prosody and syntax /

de Adamou, Evangelia. (edt.) ; Haude, Katharina. (edt.) ; Vanhove, Martine (edt.)
Collation: 1 vol. (VI-450 p.) : ill., cartes. ; 25 cm.Collection: Studies in language companion series (SLCS), ISSN 0165-7763 ; volume 199Édition: Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : John Benjamins Publishing Company; copyright 2018.ISBN: 9789027201102; .Contenu: La 4e de couverture indique :"The articles compiled in this volume offer new insights into the wealth of prosodic and syntactic phenomena involved in the encoding of information structure categories. They present data from languages which are rarely, if ever, taken into account in the most prominent approaches in information structure theory, and which belong to the Afroasiatic, Amerindian, Australian, Caucasian, and Niger-Congo language stocks. In addition to the significant descriptive value of these pioneering contributions, several studies also draw attention to previously undescribed or typologically rare phenomena. By adapting a variety of methods to under-described and endangered languages, ranging from experimental to naturalistic corpus studies, this volume also aims to serve as an invitation for further research in this direction"Table des matières / Sommaire: P. 1 : Investigating information structure in lesser-known and endangered languages: An introduction / Evangelia Adamou, Katharina Haude and Martine VanhoveProsodiy and information structure : Methods and analyses
P. 17 : Prosodic separation of postverbal material in Georgian: A corpus study on syntax-phonology interface / Stavros Skopeteas, Caroline Féry and Rusudan Asatiani
P. 51 : Prosodic and morphological focus marking in Ixcatec (Otomanguean) / Evangelia Adamou, Matthew Gordon and Stefan Th. Gries
P. 85 : On being first / Candide Simard
P. 119 : Factors behind variation in marking information structure: Contributions from Central Pomo / Marianne Mithun
P. 157 : Macrosyntactic corpus annotation: The case of Zaar / Bernard CaronSyntax and information structure :Corpus-driven studies
P. 195 : Focus marking and differential argument marking: The emergence of bidirectional case marking in Wan / Tatiana Nikitina
P. 217 : A topic-marking cleft? Analyzing clause-initial pronouns in Movima / Katharina Haude
P. 245 : Subjects and focus in clefts: The case of Tilapa Otomi / Enrique L. Palancar
P. 265 : The influence of the state distinction on word order and information structure in Kabyle and Siwi (Berber) / Amina Mettouchi and Valentina Schiattarella
P. 297 : Information structure in the Neo-Aramaic dialect of Telkepe / Eleanor Coghill
P. 329 : Information structure in a spoken corpus of Cameroon Pidgin English / Melanie Green and Gabriel OzónViews from better descripted languages :theories and methods
P. 359 : The illocutionary basis of information structure: The Language into Act Theory (L-AcT) / Emanuela Cresti and Massimo Moneglia
P.403 : Annotation guidelines for questions under discussion and information structure / Arndt Riester, Lisa Brunetti and Kordula De Kuthy
Sujet RAMEAU: Grammaire comparée | Linguistique Méthodologie | Linguistique Recherche | Grammar, Comparative and general Syntax | Grammar, Comparative and general PhonologyType de document: OuvrageLangue du document: anglaisPays d'édition: Pays-Bas
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Bibliographies en fin de chapitres, index p.[445]-450.

La 4e de couverture indique :"The articles compiled in this volume offer new insights into the wealth of prosodic and syntactic phenomena involved in the encoding of information structure categories. They present data from languages which are rarely, if ever, taken into account in the most prominent approaches in information structure theory, and which belong to the Afroasiatic, Amerindian, Australian, Caucasian, and Niger-Congo language stocks. In addition to the significant descriptive value of these pioneering contributions, several studies also draw attention to previously undescribed or typologically rare phenomena. By adapting a variety of methods to under-described and endangered languages, ranging from experimental to naturalistic corpus studies, this volume also aims to serve as an invitation for further research in this direction"

P. 1 Investigating information structure in lesser-known and endangered languages: An introduction / Evangelia Adamou, Katharina Haude and Martine Vanhove Prosodiy and information structure : Methods and analyses P. 17 Prosodic separation of postverbal material in Georgian: A corpus study on syntax-phonology interface / Stavros Skopeteas, Caroline Féry and Rusudan Asatiani P. 51 Prosodic and morphological focus marking in Ixcatec (Otomanguean) / Evangelia Adamou, Matthew Gordon and Stefan Th. Gries P. 85 On being first / Candide Simard P. 119 Factors behind variation in marking information structure: Contributions from Central Pomo / Marianne Mithun P. 157 Macrosyntactic corpus annotation: The case of Zaar / Bernard Caron Syntax and information structure :Corpus-driven studies P. 195 Focus marking and differential argument marking: The emergence of bidirectional case marking in Wan / Tatiana Nikitina P. 217 A topic-marking cleft? Analyzing clause-initial pronouns in Movima / Katharina Haude P. 245 Subjects and focus in clefts: The case of Tilapa Otomi / Enrique L. Palancar P. 265 The influence of the state distinction on word order and information structure in Kabyle and Siwi (Berber) / Amina Mettouchi and Valentina Schiattarella P. 297 Information structure in the Neo-Aramaic dialect of Telkepe / Eleanor Coghill P. 329 Information structure in a spoken corpus of Cameroon Pidgin English / Melanie Green and Gabriel Ozón Views from better descripted languages :theories and methods P. 359 The illocutionary basis of information structure: The Language into Act Theory (L-AcT) / Emanuela Cresti and Massimo Moneglia P.403 Annotation guidelines for questions under discussion and information structure / Arndt Riester, Lisa Brunetti and Kordula De Kuthy

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