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Proceedings of the International Workshop on Information Structure of Austronesian Languages

ISBN: 987-4-86337-164-4
2014.4.10

Table of Contents

Applying the Givenness Hierarchy Framework: Methodological Issues
Nancy Hedberg
pp.1-18
Referential status and informational hierarchy in Natauran-Amis (Formosan)
Isabelle Bril
pp.19-35
Definiteness and specificity in Kove
Hiroko Sato
pp.37-45
Towards understanding information structure in Vera’a
Stefan Schnell
pp.47-89
Information Structure in Tinrin and Neku: topicalisation, impersonal constructions, passive
Midori Osumi
pp.91-103
Information structure in Amele, Papua New Guinea
Masahiko Nose
pp.105-112
The information structure of Javanese narratives
Yoshimi Miyake
pp.113-127
Topic and Focus in Seediq
Naomi Tsukida
pp.129-137
Information structure in Takivatan Bunun, topicality and the role of ellipsis
Rik De Busser
pp.139-158
Information Structure and Grammaticalization in Tagalog
Anja Latrouite
pp.159-170
Motivations for PÁMANAKMUL AMÁNU ‘word swallowing’ in Kapampangan
Hiroaki Kitano & Michael Raymon M. Pangilinan
pp.171-182
Newly Introduced NPs and given NPs in Bantik discourse
Atsuko Utsumi
pp.183-192
Towards an account of information structure in Colloquial Jakarta Indonesian
John Bowden
pp.193-209
Information structure and information status in the Sumbawa language of Indonesia
Asako Shiohara
pp.211-228
Information structure in Kadorih
Kazuya Inagaki
pp.229-244

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