A full bibliography of WG

This bibliography was created in 2018. If you want me to change anything – including adding items or deleting them – please tell me.

[last updated: Tue 21 August 2018]

Bosco, Cristina. 2001. Grammatical relations system in treebank annotation.

Bröker, Norbert. 1998. A projection architecture for dependency grammar and how it compares to LFG. In Miriam Butt & Tracy Holloway King (eds.), Proceedings of the LFG 98 Conference. Stanford: CSLI.

Bröker, Norbert. 2000. Unordered and non-projective dependency grammars. Traitement Automatique des Langues 41(1). 245–272.

Bröker, Norbert. 2001. Formal foundations of dependency grammar. In Vilmos Ágel (ed.), Dependency and Valency. An International Handbook of Contemporary Research. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter.

Butler, Christopher & Francisco Gonzálvez-García. 2014. Exploring Functional-Cognitive Space. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Bybee, Joan. 2010. Language, Usage and Cognition. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Camdzic, Amela & Richard Hudson. 2002. Serbo-Croat-Bosnian clitics and Word Grammar. UCL Working Papers in Linguistics 14. 321–354.

Camdzic, Amela & Richard Hudson. 2007. Serbo-Croat Clitics and Word Grammar. Research in Language (University of Lodz) 4. 5–50.

Cann, Ronnie. 2000. Functional versus lexical: a cognitive dichotomy. In Robert Borsley (ed.), The Nature and Function of Syntactic Categories, 37–78. London: Academic Press.

Creider, Chet. 2002. Swahili verbal inflection in theoretical perspective. In Kensei Sugayama (ed.), Studies in Word Grammar, 33–46. Kobe: Research Institute of Foreign Studies, Kobe City University of Foreign Studies.

Creider, Chet & Richard Hudson. 1999. Inflectional Morphology in Word Grammar. Lingua 107. 163–187.

Creider, Chet & Richard Hudson. 2006. Case agreement in Ancient Greek: Implications for a theory of covert elements. In Kensei Sugayama & Richard Hudson (eds.), Word Grammar. New perspectives on a theory of language structure, 35–53. London: Continuum.

Davis, Anthony & Jean Pierre Koenig. 2000. Linking as constraints on word classes in a hierarchical lexicon. Language 76(1). 56–91.

Doepke, Jens & John Walmsley. 2000. The proper treatment of derivation in Head-driven Phrase Structure Grammar.

Duran Eppler, Eva. 2011. The Dependency Distance Hypothesis for bilingual code-switching. Proceedings of DepLing 2011.

Duran Eppler, Eva, Adrian Luescher & Margaret Deuchar. 2016. Evaluating the predictions of three syntactic frameworks for mixed determiner-noun constructions. Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory.

Duran-Eppler, Eva. 2011. Emigranto. The syntax of German-English code-switching (Austrian Studies In English, Band 99. Herausgegeben von Manfred Markus, Herbert Schendl, Sabine Coelsch-Foisner). Vienna: Braumüller.

Ellis, Nick. 2002. Frequency effects in language processing: a review with implications for theories of implicit and explicit language acquisition. Studies in Second Language Acquisition 24(2). 143–188.

Enger, Hans-Olav & Tore Nesset. 1999. The value of cognitive grammar in typological studies: the case of Norwegian and Russian passive, middle and reflexive. Nordic Journal of Linguistics 22. 27–60.

Eppler, Eva. 2003. Emigranto data: A dependency approach to code-mixing. In C. Pereiro, A Suarez & X. Rodriguez-Yanez (eds.), Bilingual Communities and Individuals: Proceedings from the First International Symposium on Bilingualism., 652–663. Vigo: Servicio de Publicacions da Universidade de Vigo.

Eppler, Eva. 2004a. “…because dem computer brauchst” es ja nicht zeigen’: Because + German main clause word order. International Journal of Bilingualism 8. 127–143.

Eppler, Eva. 2004b. The syntax of German-English code-switching. UCL.

Eppler, Eva. 2006. Word Grammar and syntactic code-mixing research. Studies in Word Grammar. New Perspectives on a theory of language, 117–139.

Eppler, Eva, Adrian Luescher & Margaret Deuchar. 2013. “Genau den selben rubbish wie früher”: Evaluating the predictions of three syntactic frameworks for mixed determiner-noun constructions.

Fillmore, Charles, Paul Kay & Mary O’Connor. 1988. Regularity and idiomaticity in grammatical constructions: the case of let alone. Language 64. 501–538.

Fraser, Norman & Richard Hudson. 1992. Inheritance in Word Grammar. Computational Linguistics 18. 133–158.

Gisborne, Nikolas. forthcoming. Ten lectures on event structure in a network theory of language. Leiden: Brill.

Gisborne, Nikolas. forthcoming. Word Grammar morphology. In Francesca Masini & Jenny Audring (eds.), Oxford Handbook of Morphology.

Gisborne, Nikolas. 1996. English Perception Verbs. UCL, London.

Gisborne, Nikolas. 2001. The stative/dynamic contrast and argument linking. Language Sciences 23(4–5). 603–637.

Gisborne, Nikolas. 2005. Factoring out the subject dependency. In Kensei Sugayama & Richard Hudson (eds.), Word Grammar. New perspectives on a theory of language structure, 204–224. London: Continuum.

Gisborne, Nikolas. 2008a. Dependencies are constructions. In Graeme Trousdale & Nikolas Gisborne (eds.), Constructional approaches to English grammar, 219-256. New York: Mouton.

Gisborne, Nikolas. 2008b. Review of Language Networks. The new Word Grammar. by Richard Hudson. Folia Linguistica 42. 227–234.

Gisborne, Nikolas. 2010. The event structure of perception verbs. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Gisborne, Nikolas. 2011. Constructions, Word Grammar, and grammaticalization. Cognitive Linguistics 22. 155–182.

Gisborne, Nikolas. 2012. The semantics of definite expressions and the grammaticalization of THE. Studies in Language 36. 603–644.

Gisborne, Nikolas. 2017. Defaulting to the new Romance synthetic future. In Nikolas Gisborne & Andrew Hippisley (eds.), Defaults in morphological theory, 151-181. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Goertzel, Ben. 2008. Probabilistic Language Networks: Integrating Word Grammar and Link Grammar in the Framework of Probabilistic Logic.

Gonzálvez-García, Francisco & Christopher Butler. 2007. Mapping functional-cognitive space. Annual Review of Cognitive Linguistics 4. 39–96.

Holmes, Jasper. 2002. A Word Grammar treatment of some examples from Levin (1993). In Kensei Sugayama (ed.), Studies in Word Grammar, 73–95. Kobe: Research Institute of Foreign Studies, Kobe City University of Foreign Studies.

Holmes, Jasper. 2005. Lexical Properties of English Verbs. UCL, London.

Holmes, Jasper & Richard Hudson. 2005. Constructions in Word Grammar. In Jan-Ola Östman & Mirjam Fried (eds.), Construction Grammars. Cognitive grounding and theoretical extensions, 243–272. Amsterdam: Benjamins. http://www.benjamins.com/cgi-bin/t_bookview.cgi?bookid=CAL%203.

Hudson, Richard. 1984. Word Grammar. Oxford: Blackwell.

Hudson, Richard. 1985a. Some basic assumptions about linguistic and non-linguistic knowledge. Quaderni di Semantica 6(2). 284–287.

Hudson, Richard. 1985b. The limits of subcategorization. Linguistic Analysis 15. 233–255.

Hudson, Richard. 1986a. Frame semantics, frame linguistics, frame …? Quaderni di Semantica 7(1). 85–101.

Hudson, Richard. 1986b. Sociolinguistics and the theory of grammar. Linguistics 24. 1053–1078.

Hudson, Richard. 1987. Zwicky on heads. Journal of Linguistics 23. 109–132.

Hudson, Richard. 1988a. Coordination and grammatical relations. Journal of Linguistics 24. 303–342.

Hudson, Richard. 1988b. Extraction and grammatical relations. Lingua 76. 177–208.

Hudson, Richard. 1988c. The linguistic foundations for lexical research and dictionary design. International Journal of Lexicography 1. 287–312.

Hudson, Richard. 1989a. English passives, grammatical relations and default inheritance. Lingua 79. 17–48.

Hudson, Richard. 1989b. Gapping and grammatical relations. Journal of Linguistics 25. 57–94.

Hudson, Richard. 1990. English Word Grammar. Oxford: Blackwell.

Hudson, Richard. 1993. Recent Developments in Dependency Theory. In Joachim Jacobs, Wolfgang Sternefeld, Theo Venneman & Arnim von Stechow (eds.), Syntax: An International Handbook of Contemporary Research. 1, 329–338. Berlin: De Gruyter.

Hudson, Richard. 1994a. Discontinuous phrases in dependency grammar. UCL Working Papers in Linguistics 6. 89–124.

Hudson, Richard. 1994b. Word Grammar. In Ronald Asher (ed.), Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics, 4990–4993. Oxford: Pergamon.

Hudson, Richard. 1995a. Does English really have case? Journal of Linguistics 31. 375–392.

Hudson, Richard. 1995b. Really Bare Phrase-Structure = Dependency Structure. Studies in English Usage and English Language Teaching (Kyoto) 17. 3–17.

Hudson, Richard. 1995c. Syntax and sociolinguistics. In Joachim Jacobs, Arnim von Stechow, Wolfgang Sternefeld & Theo Venneman (eds.), Syntax: An international handbook, Vol. 2, 1514–1528. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter.

Hudson, Richard. 1995d. Word Meaning. London: Routledge.

Hudson, Richard. 1996a. Sociolinguistics (Second edition). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Hudson, Richard. 1996b. The difficulty of (so-called) self-embedded structures. UCL Working Papers in Linguistics 8. 283–314.

Hudson, Richard. 1997a. Inherent variability and linguistic theory. Cognitive Linguistics 8(1). 73–108.

Hudson, Richard. 1997b. The rise of auxiliary DO: Verb-non-raising or category-strengthening? Transactions of the Philological Society 95(1). 41–72.

Hudson, Richard. 1998a. Adjunct preposing, wh-interrogatives and dependency competition. UCL Working Papers in Linguistics 10. 441–466.

Hudson, Richard. 1998b. English Grammar. London: Routledge.

Hudson, Richard. 1999. Subject-verb agreement in English. English Language and Linguistics 3. 173–207.

Hudson, Richard. 2000a. *I amn’t. Language 76. 297–323.

Hudson, Richard. 2000b. Discontinuity. In Sylvain Kahane (ed.), vol. 41, 15–56. Hermes. http://www.phon.ucl.ac.uk/home/dick/discont.htm.

Hudson, Richard. 2000c. Gerunds and multiple default inheritance. UCL Working Papers in Linguistics 12. 303–335.

Hudson, Richard. 2000d. Language as a cognitive network. In Hanne Gram Simonsen & Rolf Theil Endresen (eds.), A Cognitive Approach to the Verb. Morphological and Constructional Perspectives, 49–72. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. http://www.phon.ucl.ac.uk/home/dick/net.htm.

Hudson, Richard. 2000e. The Nature and Function of Syntactic Categories. In Robert Borsley (ed.), Syntax and Semantics 32 (Grammar Without Functional Categories.), 7–35. New York: Academic Press. http://www.phon.ucl.ac.uk/home/dick/funccat.htm.

Hudson, Richard. 2000f. Towards an algorithm for processing by spreading activation. http://www.phon.ucl.ac.uk/home/dick/thebigdog.htm.

Hudson, Richard. 2001. Clitics in Word Grammar. UCL Working Papers in Linguistics 13. 243–294.

Hudson, Richard. 2002. Word Grammar. In Kensei Sugayama (ed.), Studies in Word Grammar, 7–32. Kobe: Research Institute of Foreign Studies, Kobe City University of Foreign Studies.

Hudson, Richard. 2003a. Case-agreement, PRO and structure sharing. Research in Language (University of Lodz) 1. 7–33.

Hudson, Richard. 2003b. Encyclopedia of English grammar and Word Grammar. Http://www.phon.ucl.ac.uk/home/dick/enc-gen.htm.

Hudson, Richard. 2003c. Gerunds without phrase structure. Natural Language & Linguistic Theory 21. 579–615.

Hudson, Richard. 2003d. Proceedings of the First International Conference on Meaning-Text Theory. In Sylvain Kahane & Alexis Nasr (eds.), The psychological reality of syntactic dependency relations., 181–192. Paris: Ecole Normale Supérieure.

Hudson, Richard. 2003e. Word Grammar. In William Frawley (ed.), International Encyclopedia of Linguistics, second edition, volume 4, 375–376. 2nd ed. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Hudson, Richard. 2004. Are determiners heads? Functions of Language 11. 7–43.

Hudson, Richard. 2005a. Interpreting in linguistics. SKASE Journal of Translation and Interpreting 1. 25–36.

Hudson, Richard. 2005b. What is Word Grammar? In Kensei Sugayama & Richard Hudson (eds.), Word Grammar. New perspectives on a theory of language structure, 1–32.

Hudson, Richard. 2006a. Wanna revisited. Language 82(3). 604–627.

Hudson, Richard. 2006b. Word Grammar. In Keith Brown (ed.), Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics (second edition) Volume 13, 633–642. Oxford: Elsevier.

Hudson, Richard. 2007a. English dialect syntax in Word Grammar. English Language and Linguistics 11(2). 383–405.

Hudson, Richard. 2007b. Inherent variability and Minimalism: Comments on Adger’s “Combinatorial variability”. Journal of Linguistics 43. 683–694.

Hudson, Richard. 2007c. Language networks: the new Word Grammar. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Hudson, Richard. 2007d. Word Grammar. In Hubert Cuyckens & Dirk Geeraerts (eds.), Handbook of Cognitive Linguistics, 777–819. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Hudson, Richard. 2008a. Buying and selling in Word Grammar. In Patrick Hanks (ed.), Critical Concepts in Lexicology. London: Routledge.

Hudson, Richard. 2008b. Linguistic theory. In Bernard Spolsky & Francis Hult (eds.), The Handbook of Educational Linguistics, 53–65. Oxford: Blackwell.

Hudson, Richard. 2008c. Word Grammar and Construction Grammar. In Graeme Trousdale & Nikolas Gisborne (eds.), Constructional approaches to English grammar, 257–302. New York: Mouton.

Hudson, Richard. 2008d. Word Grammar, cognitive linguistics and second-language learning and teaching. In Peter Robinson & Nick Ellis (eds.), Handbook of Cognitive Linguistics and Second Language Acquisition, 89–113. Routledge.

Hudson, Richard. 2009a. Towards a useful theory of language. In Peter Austin, Oliver Bond & David Nathan (eds.), Proceedings of Conference on Language Documentation and Linguistic Theory, 3–11. London: School of Oriental and African Studies.

Hudson, Richard. 2009b. Word Grammar. In Bert Heine & Heiko Narrog (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Linguistic Analysis., 951–983. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Hudson, Richard. 2010a. An Introduction to Word Grammar. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Hudson, Richard. 2010b. Comment on: William Edmondson, “General cognitive principles: the structure of behaviour and the sequential imperative.” International Journal of Mind, Brain and Cognition 1. 41–44.

Hudson, Richard. 2010c. Conceptual structure is constrained functionally, not formally. (Commentary on Jones, Doug: Human kinship, from conceptual structure to grammar). Behavioral and Brain Sciences 33. 387–387.

Hudson, Richard. 2010d. Norm, standard, deviation. In Stefanie Dose, Sandra Götz, Thorsten Brato & Christiane Brand (eds.), Norms in Educational Linguistics. Normen in Educational Linguistics. Linguistic, Didactic and Cultural Perspectives. Sprachwissenschaftliche, didaktische und kulturwissenschaftliche Perspektiven. Frankfurt a.M.: Peter Lang.

Hudson, Richard. 2010e. Reaction to: “‘The Myth of Language Universals and cognitive science’”. Lingua 1665. 1–4.

Hudson, Richard. 2010f. Review of “Language and the learning curve: A new theory of syntactic development” (OUP, 2006)  by Anat Ninio. Language 86. 452–455.

Hudson, Richard. 2012a. Prototypes. In Peter Robinson (ed.), Routledge Encyclopedia of SLA. London: Routledge.

Hudson, Richard. 2012b. The logic of default inheritance in Word Grammar. http://uknowledge.uky.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1008&context=dmt.

Hudson, Richard. 2013a. A cognitive analysis of John’s hat. In Kersti Börjars, David Denison & Alan Scott (eds.), Morphosyntactic categories and the expression of possession, 149–175. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Hudson, Richard. 2013b. Pied-piping in Word Grammar. In Michiko Yaguchi, Hiroyuki Takagi, Kairi Igarashi, Tsutomu Watanabe, Takafumi Maekawa & Taiki Yoshimura (eds.), Kyoto Working Papers in English and General Linguistics. Special issue in honour of Professor Kensei Sugayama on the occasion of his 60th birthday., 3–19. Tokyo: Kaitakusha.

Hudson, Richard. 2014a. Cognitive functionalism in language education. In Maria Gómez González, Francisco Mendoza Ibáñez & Francisco Gonzálvez-García (eds.), Theory and Practice in Functional-Cognitive Space, 253–270. John Benjamin.

Hudson, Richard. 2014b. The view from linguistics: Comment on “Approaching human language with complex networks” by Cong and Liu. Physics of Life Reviews 11. 619–620.

Hudson, Richard. 2016a. Comments on Sydney Lamb’s Language Structure: A plausible theory. Language Under Discussion 4. 38–43.

Hudson, Richard. 2016b. Dependency Grammar. In Andrew Hippisley & Gregory Stump (eds.), Cambridge Handbook of Morphological Theory, 657–682. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Hudson, Richard. 2016c. Interview with Richard Hudson. Estudos de Morfologia – recortes e abordagens. Campinas, Brazil: Editora Mercado de Letras.

Hudson, Richard. 2017a. Cross-language diversity, head-direction and grammars. Comment on “Dependency distance: a new perspective on syntactic patterns in natural languages” by Haitao Liu et al. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.plrev.2017.06.005.

Hudson, Richard. 2017b. French pronouns in cognition. In Andrew Hippisley & Nikolas Gisborne (eds.), Defaults in Morphological Theory, 114–150. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Hudson, Richard. 2017c. Pied piping in cognition. Journal of Linguistics online. 1–54. doi:https://doi.org/10.1017/S0022226717000056.

Hudson, Richard. 2018a. Argument against the universality of D. In Solveiga Armoskaite & Martina Wiltschko (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Determiners. Oxford University Press.

Hudson, Richard. 2018b. Dependency, Corpora and Cognition. In Haitao Liu & Jiang Jingyang (eds.), Quantitative Analysis of Dependency Structures. Mouton de Gruyter.

Hudson, Richard & Jasper Holmes. 2000. Re-cycling in the Encyclopedia. In Bert Peeters (ed.), The Lexicon/Encyclopedia Interface., 259–290. Amsterdam: Elsevier.

Hudson, Richard, Andrew Rosta, Jasper Holmes & Nikolas Gisborne. 1996. Synonyms and Syntax. Journal of Linguistics 32. 439–446.

Imrényi, András. 2010. A dependency-based account of Hungarian structural focus. Jezikoslovlje 11. 1–23.

Jackson, Philip. 2014. Toward Human-Level Artificial Intelligence. Tilburg University.

Kreyer, Rolf. 2003. Genitive and ’of’-construction in modern written English. Processability and human involvement. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics 8(2). 169–207.

Langacker, Ronald. 2007. Cognitive grammar. In Dirk Geeraerts & Hubert Cuyckens (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Cognitive Linguistics, 421–462. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Liu, Haitao, Richard Hudson & Zhiwei Feng. 2009. Using a Chinese treebank to measure dependency distance. Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory 5. 161–175.

MacWhinney, Brian. 1994. The reality of linguistic rules. In Susan Lima, Roberta Corrigan & Gregory Iverson (eds.), The dinosaurs and the ring, 283–320. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Mann, Michael. 2000. Word Grammar in Swahili.

Mel’cuk, Igor. 2003. Levels of Dependency in Linguistic Description: Concepts and Problems. In V Agel, Ludwig Eichinger, Hans-Werner Eroms, Peter Hellwig, Hans Jürgen Heringer & Henning Lobin (eds.), Dependency and Valency. An International Handbook of Contemporary Research, vol. 1, 188–229. Berlin: de Gruyter.

Murata, Jun-ichi. 2002. Where are they headed? In Kensei Sugayama (ed.), Studies in Word Grammar, 135–142. Kobe: Research Institute of Foreign Studies, Kobe City University of Foreign Studies.

Ninio, Anat. 1994. Predicting the order of acquisition of three-word constructions by the complexity of their dependency structure. First Language 14. 119–152.

Ninio, Anat. 1995. Compiler Grammar: a dependency-oriented minimalist approach. Theoretical Linguistics 21. 159–196.

Ninio, Anat. 1996. A proposal for the adoption of dependency grammar as the framework for the study of language acquisition. In G Ben Shakhar & A Lieblich (eds.), Volume in honor of Shlomo Kugelmass, 85–103. Jerusalem: Magnes.

Ninio, Anat. 2006. Language and the learning curve: A new theory of syntactic development. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Nordström, Jackie. 2014. Language as a discrete combinatorial system, rather than a recursive-embedding one. The Linguistic Review 31. 151–191.

Osborne, Timothy. 1990. Dependency and Constituency In the Works of Stanley Starosta, Richard Hudson, and John Anderson. Festschrift for John Anderson, 323–330. Walter de Gruyter.

Osborne, Timothy. 2003. The Third Dimension: A Dependency Grammar Theory Of Coordination for English And German. Pennsylvania State University.

Patel, Aniruddh D. 2003. Language, music, syntax and the brain. Nature Neuroscience 6(7). 674–681.

Poch, Anna. 1992. Representacion del conocimiento lexico: un analisis con DATR. University of Barcelona.

Reynoso, Carlos. 2012. Redes sociales y complejidad: Modelos interdisciplinarios en la gestión sostenible de la sociedad y la cultura  Carlos Reynoso.

Robinson, Peter. 1986. Constituency or Dependency in the Units of Language Acquisition? An Approach to Describing the Learner’s Analysis of Formulae. Linguisticae Investigationes 10. 417–437.

Rosta, Andrew. 1994. Dependency and grammatical relations. UCL Working Papers in Linguistics 6. 219–258.

Rosta, Andrew. 1997. English Syntax and Word Grammar Theory. UCL, London.

Rosta, Andrew. 2002. Extraction and English Word Grammar. In Kensei Sugayama (ed.), Studies in Word Grammar, 47–72. Kobe: Research Institute of Foreign Studies, Kobe City University of Foreign Studies.

Rosta, Andrew. 2005. Structural and distributional heads. In Kensei Sugayama & Richard Hudson (eds.), Word Grammar: New Perspectives on a Theory of Language Structure, 171–203. London: Continuum.

Straight, Stephen. 2010. review of Language Networks: The New Word Grammar. Studies in Language 32(2). 482–486.

Sugayama, Kensei. 1993. A Word-Grammatic Account of Complements and Adjuncts in Japanese. Proceedings of the 15th International Congress of Linguistics 2. 373–376.

Sugayama, Kensei. 1996. Semantic structure of *eat* and its Japanese equivalent *taberu*: a Word-Grammatic account. Translation and Meaning 4. 193–202.

Sugayama, Kensei. 1998. The Be-to Construction in English: A Word-Grammatic Account. In Y Murata (ed.), Papers in English Grammar and Usage: A Festschrift for Prof. T. Konishi on his 80th Birthday., 169–178. Tokyo: Taishukan.

Sugayama, Kensei. 1999. Speculations on Unsolved Problems in Word Grammar. Kobe City University Journal 50. 5–24.

Sugayama, Kensei. 2002a. Studies in Word Grammar (Annals of Foreign Studies 55). Kobe: Research Institute of Foreign Studies, Kobe City University of Foreign Studies.

Sugayama, Kensei. 2002b. The grammar of Be to: from a Word Grammar point of view. In Kensei Sugayama (ed.), Studies in Word Grammar, 97–111. Kobe: Research Institute of Foreign Studies, Kobe City University of Foreign Studies.

Sugayama, Kensei. 2009. WG and NWG: A Contrastive Introduction. Proceedings, 139th Bi-Annual General Meeting, The Linguistics Society of Japan., 288–295. Kyoto: Linguistics Society of Japan.

Sugayama, Kensei & Richard Hudson. 2006. Word Grammar. New perspectives on a theory of language structure. London: Continuum.

Taiki, Yoshimura. 2002. An Analysis of Turkish Syntactic Structure from the Viewpoint of Word Grammar–With referenece to lexeme MI. Kobe City University of Foreign Studies.

Takagi, Hiroyuki. 2002. Word Grammar from a cognitivist perspective. In Kensei Sugayama (ed.), Studies in Word Grammar, 113–135. Kobe: Research Institute of Foreign Studies, Kobe City University of Foreign Studies.

Tallerman, Maggie. 2009. Phrase structure vs. dependency: the analysis of Welsh syntactic soft mutation. Journal of Linguistics 45. 167–201.

Taylor, John. 2011. Review of: Hudson, Richard. Language Networks: The New Word Grammar. Cognitive Linguistics 22. 421–436.

Traugott, Elizabeth & Graeme Trousdale. 2013. Constructionalization and constructional changes. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Trousdale, Graeme. 2011a. Binominal constructions in English: developing a network model of constructionalization.

Trousdale, Graeme. 2011b. Multiple inheritance in constructionalization.

Van Langendonck, Willy. 1987. Word Grammar and child grammar. Belgian Journal of Linguistics 2. 109–132.

Wang, Lin & Haitao Liu. 2013. Syntactic variations in Chinese–English code-switching. Lingua 123. 58–73.

Watanabe, Tsutomu. 2009. On the sentence patterns in English: the case of advise and force. Takushoku Language Studies 120. 81–128.

Xu, Chunshan & Haitao Liu. 2012. Review of: Richard Hudson. An Introduction to Word Grammar. Cognitive Linguistics 23. 219–230.

Zock, Michael. 2011. review of Hudson, Language Networks 2007. http://elanguage.net/blogs/booknotices/?p=1531.



Comments are closed.

Set your Twitter account name in your settings to use the TwitterBar Section.