New Insights into Slavic Linguistics by Jacek WitkosNew Insights into Slavic Linguistics by Jacek Witkos

New Insights into Slavic Linguistics

EditorJacek Witkos, Sylwester Jaworski

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This volume presents a number of contributions to the 2013 Annual Meeting of the Slavic Linguistics Society held in Szczecin, Poland, October 26–28. The largest number of articles address issues related to the (morpho)syntactic level of language structure, and several papers describe results of recent research into different aspects of Slavic linguistics as well. The current volume proves conclusively that Slavic linguists make a remarkable contribution to the development of various theoretical frameworks by analysing linguistic evidence from richly inflected languages, which allows them to test and modify contemporary theories and approaches based on other types of data.
Jacek Witkos is professor of English linguistics at Adam Mickiewicz University (Poland). His research interests include general linguistics, theory of syntax, minimalism and Polish-English contrastive syntax. His publication record includes over sixty papers and volumes in the field. Sylwester Jaworski is assistant professor at Szczeci...
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Title:New Insights into Slavic LinguisticsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:8.27 × 5.83 × 0.98 inPublished:December 29, 2014Publisher:Peter Lang GmbH, Internationaler Verlag der WissenschaftenLanguage:English

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Contents: Aleš Bican: On the Czech Nuclear /r/ and /l/ – Anna Bondaruk: Clausal Subjects in Polish Predicational Clauses with Nominal Predicates – Krzysztof Borowski: Condemned to Extinction: Molise Slavic 100 Years Ago and Now – Maria Brenda: English Spatial Prepositions over and above and their Polish Equivalents – Steven Franks: Cased PRO: From GB to Minimalism and Back Again – Steven Franks/Jana Willer-Gold: Agreement Strategies with Conjoined Subjects in Croatian – Zuzanna Fuchs: Gender and Analogical Extension: From Animacy to Borrowings in Polish – Edward Gillian: Differences in Encoding Motion in English and Polish: Difficulties in Translating Motion between these Two Languages – Alina Israeli: Dative-Infinitive ?? Constructions in Russian. Taxonomy and Semantics – Katarzyna Janic: A Rare Type of Reflexive Use in Slavonic Languages – Sylwester Jaworski: A Comparison of Croatian Syllabic [r] and Polish Obstruentised [r] – Ewa Komorowska: The Structure of the Speech Act of Complimenting Viewed from a Pragmalinguistic Perspective – Peter Kosta/Diego Gabriel Krivochen: Inner Islands and Negation: The Case of Which-Clauses and As-clauses Revisited – Krzanowska Agnieszka: Nationality in Polish and Russian Advertising Slogans – Sylvia Liseling-Nilsson: The Emotionality of Interpersonal Communication and the Translation of the Verbs of Speech – Grant H. Lundberg: Dialect Leveling and Local Identity in Slovenia – Anna Malicka-Kleparska: Polish Anticausative Morpho-Syntax: A Case for a Root-Based Model against Lexicalist Reflexivization – Ewelina Mokrosz: Exhaustive to in Polish: A Minimalist Account – Alla Nedashkivska: Language Practices of Pride and Profit: The Tourist Landscape of L’viv, Ukraine – Veronika Richtarcikova: Epistemic Indefinites in Slovak: Corpus Survey and the Haspelmath Map – Catherine Rudin: Sorting out -to and što: Bulgarian and Macedonian Relative Markers – Olga Rudolf: A Corpus-Based Study of Human Impersonal Constructions in Russian – Jacopo Saturno: Case-Ending Processing in Initial Polish L2: The Role of Frequency, Word Order and Lexical Transparency – Danuta Stanulewicz: The Polish and Kashubian Colour Lexicons: Basic and Non-Basic Terms – Olga Steriopolo: The Distinct Types (Heads vs. Non-Heads) of Homophonous Suffixes: A Case Study of Russian – Anton Zimmerling: Clitic Templates and Discourse Marker ti in Old Czech.