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Edited by Alfons Bora, Bielefeld University and Heiko Hausendorf, University of Zurich
Drawing on comparative and interdisciplinary research in the regulation of science and technology, this book offers a critical examination of participatory governance in legal procedure and an inquiry in the institutional and procedural possibilities of democratic participation in law.
Edited by Jutta M. Hartmann, Veronika Hegedüs and Henk van Riemsdijk
Offering a study of "empty elements" in language use.
Exploring variation and universality in languages, this study of generative grammar is based upon a close analysis of the many functions of adjectives, number and interfaces.
The theoretical domain of investigation of this volume is the nature of the syntax-phonology interface. The empirical domain of investigation is cliticization in South Slavic. The central theoretical questions are how syntax and phonology interact and whether PF can affect word order.
Oliver Glanz, VU University Amsterdam
In Understanding Participant-Reference Shifts in the Book of Jeremiah methodological reflections lead to a text-phenomenological investigation of the origins and functions of participant-reference shifts.
Edited by Guglielmo Cinque and Giampaolo Salvi
Includes sixteen contributions which are representative of the research carried out in Italy on Italian and, more generally, Romance syntax. The essays in this work are collected to pay homage to Professor Lorenzo Renzi, a scholar who has since the 1960s promoted and shaped the study of Italian ...
Edited by Virginia Motapanyane
Provides an overview of studies in Romanian syntax. Bringing together linguists working within the field of generative grammar, this volume demonstrates the relevance of Romanian data to grammatical theory. Its introductory chapter provides a summary of developments in Romanian syntax.
Constitutes a quest for discourse and pragmatic features responsible for so-called optional grammatical choices. This book highlights those features of Romanian grammar which can be most satisfactorily explained by the interaction between grammar and various discourse and pragmatic strategies.
Edited by María Cristia Cuervo and Yves Roberge
Includes papers that explore the issues and re-assess generally accepted premises on the relationship between lexical meaning and the morphosyntax of sentences by confronting two competing approaches to this issue.
Edited by Sjef Barbiers, Olaf Koeneman, Marika Lekakou and Margreet van der Ham
Contains seventeen papers on microvariation in syntactic doubling. This work provides an overview of the syntactic doubling phenomena attested and of the theoretical analyses available. It discusses the syntactic doubling phenomena including, among others, subject pronoun doubling, WH pronoun ...
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