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Proceedings of the 22nd International Conference on Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar

Table of Contents

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  • Contributions to the Main Conference
    • AlQurashi, Issa S. (Taif University)

      An Analysis of Simple and Construct-State Noun Phrases in Modern Standard Arabic

    • Arad Greshler, Tali, Herzig Sheinfux, Livnat (University of Haifa), Melnik, Nurit (The Open University of Israel) and Wintner, Shuly (University of Haifa)

      Development of Maximally Reusable Grammars: Parallel Development of Hebrew and Arabic Grammars

    • Arka, I Wayan (Australian National University/Udayana University)

      Affectedness and Psych Predicates in Marori and beyond

    • Arnold, Doug and Spencer, Andrew (University of Essex)

      A Constructional Analysis for the Skeptical

    • Bond, Francis (Nanyang Technological University), Ho, Jia Qian (NanyanUniversity) and Flickinger, Dan (Stanford University)

      Feeling our way to an analysis of English possessed idioms

    • Emerson, Guy and Copestake, Ann (University of Cambridge)

      Lacking Integrity: HPSG as a Morphosyntactic Theory

    • Fan, Zhenzhen (National University of Singapore), Song, Sanghoun (Incheon National University) and Bond, Francis (Nanyang Technological University)

      Building Zhong, a Chinese HPSG Shared-Grammar

    • Haugereid, Petter (Bergen University College)

      Unique lexical entries in a subconstructional grammar

    • Herzig Sheinfux, Livnat, Arad Greshler, Tali (University of Haifa), Melnik, Nurit (The Open University of Israel) and Wintner, Shuly (University of Haifa)

      Hebrew Verbal Multi-Word Expressions

    • Lee, Juwon (Kyung Hee University)

      Semantic Taxonomies and NP-coordinations

    • Maekawa, Takafumi (Ryukoku University)

      `Agreement mismatch' between sort/kind/type and the determiner

    • Oshima, David Y. (Nagoya University)

      Ellipsis of SAY, THINK, and DO in Japanese subordinate clauses: A constructional analysis

    • Sio, Joanna Ut-Seong (Nanyang Technological University) and Song, Sanghoun (Incheon National University)

      Divergence in Expressing Definiteness between Mandarin and Cantonese

    • Song, Sanghoun (NTU, Singapore), Bo, Chen (Wuhan Univ., China), Sio, Joanna Ut-Seong and Bond, Francis (NTU, Singapore)

      An HPSG-based Analysis of Resultative Compounds in Chinese

    • Uszkoreit, Hans (DFKI and Saarland University)

      Syntax and Semantics in the Automatic Extraction of Relations from Texts

    • Van Eynde, Frank (University of Leuven)

      Binding, agreement and predicative complements

    • Wang, Wenjie (Nanyang Technological University), Song, Sanghoun (Incheon National University) and Bond, Francis (Nanyang Technological University)

      A Constraint-based Analysis of A-NOT-A Questions in Mandarin Chinese

    • Yatsuhiro, Kazuko (Centre for General Linguistics (ZAS))

      The Reverse Partitive Construction in Japanese

  • Contributions to the Workshop
    • Gehrke, Berit (CNRS-LLF / Paris Diderot)

      On GOOD manners

    • Hollebrandse, Bart (University of Groningen)

      Distributivity of nouns and verbal semantics

    • Kratochvíl, František and Delpada, Benidiktus (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)

      Degrees of affectedness and verbal prefixation in Abui (Papuan)

    • Nagaya, Naonori (Tokyo University of Foreign Studies (東京外国語大学) in Tokyo, Japan)

      Affectedness and volitionality: the case of Tagalog

    • Riaño Rufilanchas, Daniel (Departamento de Filología Clásica, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid)

      The role of affectedness in the verbal case marking of objects in Ancient Greek

    • Sauerland, Uli (Zentrum für Allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft, Berlin)

      Negation: a view from the one-word stage

    • Sio, Joanna Ut-Seong (Nanyang Technological University)

      Scalarity and the Cantonese post-verbal particle can1

    • Sio, Joanna Ut-Seong and Kratochvíl, František (Nanyang Technological University)

      Affectedness and scalarity - An update

    • Sybesma, Rint (Leiden University Centre for Linguistics)

      Layers in the verb phrase - inner aspect and affected arguments

    • van Hout, Angeliek (University of Groningen)

      Connecting event culmination and affectedness: non-culmination patterns in children's acquisition of aspect

    • Yap, Foong Ha (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University)

      Valence-reduction and the expression of speaker affectedness in Chinese


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