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Further Morphology and Syntax

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In this chapter, I address further topics which arise in working with morphological and syntactic field data.

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7.9.4 Further reading

  • How to set out an argument: Harris (2000) is an excellent example; see also Green and Morgan (1996).

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  • Auxiliaries: G. Anderson (2005).

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  • Semantics: Matthewson (2004, 2005), Evans and Sasse (2005), Cover and Tonhauser (in press), Deal (in press), and other papers in Bochnak and Matthewson (in press). Benjamin Bruening’s Scope Project (http://udel.edu/~bruening/scopeproject/scopeproject.html) has materials available.

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  • Quantifiers: Enç (1991).

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  • Experimental design: Crain and Thornton (1998: ch 16, 17, 24).

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  • Various morphosyntactic categories: Aikhenvald (2004), Chafe and Nichols (1986), Comrie (1976, 1985), Dixon and Aikhenvald (2000), Dixon (1994), Lyons (1999), Palmer (1986), Shopen (2007).

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  • Syntax: Levinson and Wilkins (2006), Thomas (1975), Bouquiaux and Thomas (1992), Shopen (1985), Payne (1997).

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  • Word order and (non)configurationality: Mithun (1992, 2003), Kiss (1998), Jelinek (1984), Austin and Bresnan (1996).

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  • Parts of speech: Schachter (1985).

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  • Monolingual fieldwork: Everett (2001).

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  • Typology: Haspelmath et al. (2005), Comrie (1989), Whaley (1997), Shopen (2007), Nichols and Woodbury (1985).

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Bowern, C. (2015). Further Morphology and Syntax. In: Linguistic Fieldwork. Palgrave Macmillan, London. https://doi.org/10.1057/9781137340801_7

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