Information Structuring of Spoken Language from a Cross-linguistic Perspective
Ed. by Fernandez-Vest, M. M. Jocelyne / Van Valin, Robert D.
Aims and Scope
Information structure and the organization of oral texts have been rarely studied crosslinguistically. This book contains studies of the grammatical organization of information in languages from different areas (e.g. Amazonian, Finno-Ugric, South-Asian) from a variety of theoretical angles. It will be a valuable resource for researchers investigating the interaction of morphosyntax and discourse in familiar and less familiar languages.
- , 333 pages
- DE GRUYTER MOUTON
- Type of Publication:
- Information Structure, Typology, Grammatical Theory, Non-Indo-European Languages