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  • publication . Article . 2081
    Authors:
    Keisuke Itō; Paula R. Curtis;
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    Publisher: Project Muse
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  • publication . Article . 2081
    Authors:
    Amy Borovoy;
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  • AbstractThis article explores the relations between everyday life, materiality and urban modernity on two Danish mass housing estates, the Gellerup Plan and Vollsmose, in the 1970s. Specifically, the article examines a series of conflicts concerning the residents’ use a...

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  • publication . Article . 2022
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    Authors:
    Richard Dawid; Simon Friederich;
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    Publisher: University of Chicago Press

    We discuss the proposal by Sebens and Carroll to derive the Born rule in Everettian quantum mechanics from a principle they call ‘ESP-QM.’ We argue that the proposal fails: ESP-QM is not, as Sebens and Carroll argue, a ‘less general version’ of an independently plausibl...

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  • publication . Article . 2022
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    Authors:
    Torben Juel Jensen; Frans Gregersen;
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    Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing Company

    In modern Danish, the most frequently used pronoun for generic reference is man, developed from the noun man(d) ‘man’. Recently, though, the second person singular pronoun du has gained ground, in parallel to similar recent developments in other languages. A large-scale...

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  • publication . Article . 2022
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    Authors:
    Ting-Chi Wei;
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    Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing Company

    Abstract This paper argues that fragment question (FQ) in Mandarin Chinese is derived from topic movement and TP deletion, contributing to the growing body of evidence that sentence fragments are syntactically full clauses (Merchant 2004). Structurally, an FQ consists o...

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  • publication . Article . 2022
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    Authors:
    Kathy Rys; Albert Oosterhof;
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    Publisher: Van Gorcum
    Country: Belgium

    This paper is devoted to a construction in a specific Flemish dialect, in which infinitives are used in fragment answers in contexts where this would be unacceptable in other varieties. Questions such as Waar is mijn boek? ‘Where is my book?’ can be answered with constr...

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  • publication . Article . 2022
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    Abstract This paper introduces the Spoken British National Corpus 2014, an 11.5-million-word corpus of orthographically transcribed conversations among L1 speakers of British English from across the UK, recorded in the years 2012–2016. After showing that a survey of the...

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  • publication . Article . 2022
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    Authors:
    Jonathan Culpeper;
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    Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing Company

    Abstract This study examines the affirmatives yes, yea and ay in Early Modern English, more specifically in the period 1560 to 1760. Affirmatives have an obvious role as responses to yes/no questions in dialogues, and so this study demanded the kind of dialogical materi...

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  • publication . Article . 2022
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    Authors:
    Huibin Zhuang;
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    Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing Company

    Abstract Fake attributives in Chinese are the result of the interaction between syntax and prosody. For syntactic reasons, certain objects of complex verbal constructions and verbal quantifiers cannot be realized in situ; but they can be spelled out in some roundabout w...

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