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Band 472:
Adone, Dany (Hrsg.): Recent Development in Creole Studies. VII/234 S. - Tübingen: Niemeyer, 2003.
ISBN: 3-484-30472-3

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[Buch] IDS-Bibliothek: Sig. M 2211
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E-Book (PDF). Berlin / New York: de Gruyter. ISBN: 978-3-11-094831-8

This volume provides the reader with an update on the ongoing research in creole studies. The papers represent several lines of research in the study of Creole languages. Central issues in phonology, semantics, lexicon and syntax are addressed in various creole languages. These include Cape Verdean Creole, Haitian Creole, Lesser Antillean Creoles, Kriol, Saramaccan, and Sranan.


Adone, Dany:
  Introduction: Recent Development in Creole Studies S. 1
Cadely, Jean-Robert:
  Nasality in Haitian Creole S. 5
Smith, Norval:
  Evidence for Recursive Syllable Structures in Aluku and Sranan S. 31
Lumsden, John S.:
  Relexification, Reversed Interference, Double Signals and the Organization of the Mental Lexikon S. 53
Larson, Richard K.:
  Event Descriptions in Fòn and Haitian Creole S. 67
Adone, Dany:
  Restricted Verb Movement in Ngukurr Kriol S. 91
Baptista, Marlyse:
  Licensing Conditions on Cliticization in Cape Verdean Creole S. 109
Déprez, Viviane:
  Haitian Creole Se: A Copula, a Pronoun, Both or Neither?
On the Double Life of a Functional Head
S. 135
Gadelii, Karl Erland:
  Some un-French Properties of Lesser Antillean Grammar S. 175
Kihm, Alain:
  Haitian Construct State Nominals: A Creole Contribution to the Theory of Genitive Phrases S. 203
Veenstra, Tonjes:
  Menage à Trois: How Promiscuous are Objects in Resultatives? S. 223
List of Contributors S. 233