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  1. Theresa Biberauer a. George Walkden (eds.): Syntax over Time: Lexical, Morphological, and Information – Structural Interactions / [reviewed by] Julia Bacskai‐Atkari
    Published: 2017

    Rezensiertes Werk Theresa Biberauer u. George Walkden (Hgg.): Syntax over Time: Lexical, Morphological, and Information – Structural Interactions - Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2015, 418 S. more

     

    Rezensiertes Werk Theresa Biberauer u. George Walkden (Hgg.): Syntax over Time: Lexical, Morphological, and Information – Structural Interactions - Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2015, 418 S.

     

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  2. Krolla, Nadine, Erzählen in der Bewährungsprobe. Studien zur Interpretation und Kontextualisierung der Karlsdichtung ›Morant und Galie‹ / [rezensiert von] Silke Winst ; Krolla, Nadine, A Test to Narrate. Studies on Interpretation and contextualization of Charles's Literature 'Morant and Galie' / [reviewed by] Silke Winst
    Published: 2017

    Rezensiertes Werk: Krolla, Nadine: Erzählen in der Bewährungsprobe. Studien zur Interpretation und Kontextualisierung der Karlsdichtung ›Morant und Galie‹ - Berlin, Schmidt, 2012, 256 S. - (Philologische Studien und Quellen, 239) more

     

    Rezensiertes Werk: Krolla, Nadine: Erzählen in der Bewährungsprobe. Studien zur Interpretation und Kontextualisierung der Karlsdichtung ›Morant und Galie‹ - Berlin, Schmidt, 2012, 256 S. - (Philologische Studien und Quellen, 239)

     

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  3. On the Causative/Anti-Causative Alternation as Principle of Affix Ordering in the Light of the Mirror Principle, the Lexical Integrity Principle and the Distributed Morphology
    Published: 2017

    This contribution is organized as follows: in section 1, I propose a formulation of the Mirror Principle (MP) based on syntactic features; the examples will be taken from Causatives and Anti-Causatives that are derived by affixes (in Russian, Czech,... more

     

    This contribution is organized as follows: in section 1, I propose a formulation of the Mirror Principle (MP) based on syntactic features; the examples will be taken from Causatives and Anti-Causatives that are derived by affixes (in Russian, Czech, Polish, German, English as compared to Japanese and Chichewa) by head-to-head movement. In section 2, I review some basic facts in support of a syntactic approach to Merge of Causatives and Anti-Causatives, proposing that theta roles are also syntactic Features that merge functional affixes with their stems in a well-defined way. I first try to give some external evidence in showing that Causatives and Anti-Causatives obey a principle of thematic hierarchy early postulated in generative literature by Jackendoff (1972; 43), and later reformulated in terms of argument-structure-ordering principle by Grimshaw (1990:chapter 2). Crucial for my paper is the working hypothesis that every syntactic theory which tries to capture the data not only descriptively but also explanatively should descend from three levels of syntactic representation: a-structure where the relation between predicate and its arguments (and adjuncts) takes place, thematic structure where the theta-roles are assigned to their arguments, and event structure, which decides about the aspectual distribution and division of events.

     

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  4. Zum Status syntaktischer Variationen in Sprachkontaktsituationen ; The Status of Syntactic Variations in Linguistic Contact Situations
    Published: 2017

    The article presents first results of a pilot study on the syntactic changes in Polish as a language contact in Germany. On the base of the experimental data tests the study examines the syntactic changes in Polish of two diaspora-generations: the so... more

     

    The article presents first results of a pilot study on the syntactic changes in Polish as a language contact in Germany. On the base of the experimental data tests the study examines the syntactic changes in Polish of two diaspora-generations: the so called forgetters and the incomplete learners. The article focuses on the questions: how the situation of languages in contact influences the syntactic changes in the heritage language (Polish) and which status have those syntactic transferences. Other linguistic and sociolinguistic factors, capable to cause the language change in the situation of language contact, are also discussed in the article.

     

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  5. The time course of morphological processing in a second language

    We report findings from psycholinguistic experiments investigating the detailed timing of processing morphologically complex words by proficient adult second (L2) language learners of English in comparison to adult native (L1) speakers of English.... more

     

    We report findings from psycholinguistic experiments investigating the detailed timing of processing morphologically complex words by proficient adult second (L2) language learners of English in comparison to adult native (L1) speakers of English. The first study employed the masked priming technique to investigate -ed forms with a group of advanced Arabic-speaking learners of English. The results replicate previously found L1/L2 differences in morphological priming, even though in the present experiment an extra temporal delay was offered after the presentation of the prime words. The second study examined the timing of constraints against inflected forms inside derived words in English using the eye-movement monitoring technique and an additional acceptability judgment task with highly advanced Dutch L2 learners of English in comparison to adult L1 English controls. Whilst offline the L2 learners performed native-like, the eye-movement data showed that their online processing was not affected by the morphological constraint against regular plurals inside derived words in the same way as in native speakers. Taken together, these findings indicate that L2 learners are not just slower than native speakers in processing morphologically complex words, but that the L2 comprehension system employs real-time grammatical analysis (in this case, morphological information) less than the L1 system.

     

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  6. Visual attention and quantifier-spreading in heritage Russian bilinguals

    It is well established in language acquisition research that monolingual children and adult second language learners misinterpret sentences with the universal quantifier every and make quantifier-spreading errors that are attributed to a preference... more

     

    It is well established in language acquisition research that monolingual children and adult second language learners misinterpret sentences with the universal quantifier every and make quantifier-spreading errors that are attributed to a preference for a match in number between two sets of objects. The present Visual World eye-tracking study tested bilingual heritage Russian–English adults and investigated how they interpret of sentences like Every alligator lies in a bathtub in both languages. Participants performed a sentence–picture verification task while their eye movements were recorded. Pictures showed three pairs of alligators in bathtubs and two extra objects: elephants (Control condition), bathtubs (Overexhaustive condition), or alligators (Underexhaustive condition). Monolingual adults performed at ceiling in all conditions. Heritage language (HL) adults made 20% q-spreading errors, but only in the Overexhaustive condition, and when they made an error they spent more time looking at the two extra bathtubs during the Verb region. We attribute q-spreading in HL speakers to cognitive overload caused by the necessity to integrate conflicting sources of information, i.e. the spoken sentences in their weaker, heritage, language and attention-demanding visual context, that differed with respect to referential salience.

     

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  7. Verb doubling in Mandarin Chinese

    This article examines two so-far-understudied verb doubling constructions in Mandarin Chinese, viz., verb doubling clefts and verb doubling lian…dou. We show that these constructions have the same internal syntax as regular clefts and lian…dou... more

     

    This article examines two so-far-understudied verb doubling constructions in Mandarin Chinese, viz., verb doubling clefts and verb doubling lian…dou. We show that these constructions have the same internal syntax as regular clefts and lian…dou sentences, the doubling effect being epiphenomenal; therefore, we classify them as subtypes of the general cleft and lian…dou constructions, respectively, rather than as independent constructions. Additionally, we also show that, as in many other languages with comparable constructions, the two instances of the verb are part of a single movement chain, which has the peculiarity of allowing Spell-Out of more than one link.

     

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  8. HIV/AIDS : Interdisziplinäre Perspektiven
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    Published: 2019
    Publisher:  LIT

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  9. Narration im späten Mittelalter
    Published: 2016

    In older research literature, the prose epics emerging from the court of Elisabeth of Lorraine and Nassau-Saarbrücken have repeatedly been accused of lacking structure and literariness. By contrast, this article shows that narrative principles of... more

     

    In older research literature, the prose epics emerging from the court of Elisabeth of Lorraine and Nassau-Saarbrücken have repeatedly been accused of lacking structure and literariness. By contrast, this article shows that narrative principles of seriality generate the complex structure of the voluminous ›Loher und Maller‹: literary strategies of repetition and variation organize the text on different levels. Recurring narrative structures, thematic constellations and motivations as well as lexical stereotypes are part of this comprehensive principle of seriality. Not triviality and insufficiency, but structural and narrative complexity and lexical accumulation of significance characterize ›Loher und Maller‹.

     

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  10. Albrecht Greule, Jörg Meier u. Arne Ziegler (Hgg.), Kanzleisprachenforschung. Ein internationales Handbuch / [rezensiert von] Elisabeth Berner
    Published: 2014

    Rezensiertes Werk: Albrecht Greule, Jörg Meier u. Arne Ziegler (Hgg.): Kanzleisprachenforschung. Ein internationales Handbuch. - Berlin u. Boston: de Gruyter 2012 - 680 S. - (XVI) more

     

    Rezensiertes Werk: Albrecht Greule, Jörg Meier u. Arne Ziegler (Hgg.): Kanzleisprachenforschung. Ein internationales Handbuch. - Berlin u. Boston: de Gruyter 2012 - 680 S. - (XVI)

     

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  11. Zur textpragmatischen Funktion der Groß- und Kleinschreibung des Deutschen
    Published: 2016

    The system of German capitalisation seems to be based on dissimilar levels of linguistic description, i. e. semantics, morphology, and syntax. This leads to several competing scientific models as well as a large range of different rules which appear... more

     

    The system of German capitalisation seems to be based on dissimilar levels of linguistic description, i. e. semantics, morphology, and syntax. This leads to several competing scientific models as well as a large range of different rules which appear to be widely autonomous and incompatible with each other. This paper opens an integrative view on the topic by focussing on a pragmatic perspective, which is capable not only on integrating all major application areas of German capitalisation but also of motivating them. Based on theDiscourse Representation Theory (DRT) the text pragmatic model can add a functional perspective to established theories by making similar predictions on capitalisation but additionally specifying communicative reasons for them. Therefore it claims explanatory adequacy from the functional perspective.

     

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  12. Die Herstellung von Evidenz : Zum Phänomen interaktiver Web Dokumentationen
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    Publisher:  Schüren

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  13. Media networks now & then - Netzwerke der Intermedialität : Festschrift für Jürgen E. Müller
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    Published: 2018
    Publisher:  Verlag Dr. Kovač

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  14. Dulden heißt beleidigen : Probleme mit der Toleranz: verdrehte Begriffe und verquere Traditionen - die Deutschen tun sich immer noch schwer mit der Anerkennung anderer
    Published: 1997

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  15. Johann Ludwig Krapf : The Life and Work of a Missionary and Scholar-Traveller in Nineteenth-Century East Africa ; Proceedings of the Workshop on Life and Work of Johann Ludwig Krapf, Mombasa, September 11, 2007
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    Published: 2009
    Publisher:  Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany

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  16. Symbolism : an International Annual of Critical Aesthetics
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  17. Transformations : Changements et renouveaux dans la littérature et le cinéma au Maghreb depuis 1990
    Published: 2016
    Publisher:  AVM Edition

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  18. Literaturwissenschaftliche Rezeptionstheorien und empirische Rezeptionsforschung : Mit einem Forschungsmodell, erläutert am Paradigma des französischen Populärromans
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    Published: 1981
    Publisher:  Peter Lang Verlag

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  19. Emile Zola : contes et question sociale du 19e siècle
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    Published: 1985
    Publisher:  Ferdinand Schöningh Verlag

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  20. Texte et médialité
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    Published: 1987
    Publisher:  Lehrstuhl Romanistik I, Univ.

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  21. Blick-Wechsel : Tendenzen im Spielfilm der 70er und 80er Jahre
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    Published: 1993
    Publisher:  Nodus-Publikationen

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  22. Cinéma et Réception
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    Published: 1992

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  23. Towards a Pragmatics of the Audiovisual, Vol. 1
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    Published: 1994
    Publisher:  Nodus Publikationen

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  24. Towards a Pragmatics of the Audiovisual, Vol. 2
    Published: 1995
    Publisher:  Nodus Publikationen

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  25. Semiohistory and the Media : Linear and Holistic Structures in Various Sign Systems
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