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14.4. Bibliographical notes
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Pragmatic markers have received much attention in the literature on pragmatics and discourse since Schiffrin (1987). Readers interested in theoretical literature on pragmatic markers are referred to, e.g., the surveys in Blakemore (2002), Romero-Trillo (2009), and Aijmer (2002), as well as the recent collection of articles in Degand et al. (2013). Foolen & Van der Wouden (2011) provide a short survey focusing more particularly on Dutch.
      Left dislocation has traditionally received a great deal of attention in the syntactic literature; cf. Paardekooper (1986:417ff.) and Haeseryn et al. (1997: Section 21.8). A set of older and more recent articles on this topic from the point of view of formal approaches to syntax is collected in Anagnostopoulou & Van Riemsdijk (1997). A brief review of the theoretical literature can be found in Alexiadou (2006) and in Section 14.2, sub VIII, which also discusses a recent proposal by Ott (2014), according to which left-dislocated phrases are derived in essentially the same way as fragment clauses.
      Right dislocation has received much less attention than left dislocation in the syntactic literature; however, Ott & De Vries (2015) provides a good review of the basic properties of the construction.
      

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References:
  • Degand, Liesbeth, Cornillie, Bert & Pietrandrea, Paola (eds.)2013Discourse Markers and Modal Particles. Categorization and descriptionAmsterdam/PhiladelphiaJohn Benjamins Publishing Company
  • Aijmer, Karin2002English Discourse Particles. Evidence from a corpusAmsterdam/PhiladelphiaJohn Benjamins Publishing Company
  • Alexiadou, Artemis2006Left Dislocation (including CLLD)Everaert, Martin & Riemsdijk, Henk van (eds.)The Blackwell companion to syntax, Volume IIMalden, MA/OxfordBlackwell Publishing668-699
  • Anagnostopoulou, Elena, Riemsdijk, Henk van & Zwarts, Frans1997Materials on left dislocationLinguistik AktuellJohn Benjamins
  • Blakemore, Diane2002Relevance and Linguistic Meaning. The semantics and pragmatics of discourse markersCambridge (UK)Cambridge Univerity Press
  • Foolen, Ad & Wouden, Ton van der2011Pragmatische partikels in de rechterperiferieNederlandse Taalkunde16307-322
  • Haeseryn, Walter, Romijn, Kirsten, Geerts, Guido, Rooij, Jaap de & Toorn, Maarten C. van den1997Algemene Nederlandse spraakkunstGroningenNijhoff
  • Ott, Dennis2014An ellipsis approach to contrastive left dislocationLinguistic Inquiry45269-303
  • Paardekooper, P.C1986Beknopte ABN-syntaksisEindhovenP.C. Paardekooper
  • Romero-Trillo, Jesús2009Discourse markersMey, Jacob L. (ed.)Concise Encylopedia of Pragmatics (2nd ed.)AmsterdamElsevier191-194
  • Schiffrin, Deborah1987Discourse MarkersCambridgeCambridge University Press
  • Vries, Mark de & Ott, Dennis2015Right dislocation as deletionNatural Language & Linguistic Theory33
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