• Dutch
  • Frisian
  • Afrikaans
Show full table of contents
5.1.8. Bibliographical notes
quickinfo

Although sentential complementation has been a central concern in syntactic research over the last fifty years, it is often difficult to pinpoint specific studies; often the data is already found in traditional grammars and discussed by many authors. Of course, it is possible to identify several (especially early) seminal studies like Kiparsky & Kiparsky (1970), Bresnan (1972), and Grimshaw (1979), but much of what is found in this (and the following) chapter has been developed over the years by various authors, and it is therefore easier to refer to specific studies during our discussions. Nevertheless, we want to highlight a number of studies we used in our discussion of a number of more special issues. The discussion of factivity in Section 5.1.2 is based on Kiparsky & Kiparsky (1970), supplemented by insights from Barbiers (2000) and Nye (2013). The discussion of reported speech/parenthetical clauses was heavily influenced by Corver (1994), Corver & Thiersch (2003), and De Vries (2006). The discussion of quotative and polar van-constructions has profited a great deal from Van Craenenbroeck (2002), Foolen et al. (2006), and Hoeksema (2006). The discussion of fragment clauses is heavily indebted to the seminal work of Merchant (2001/2006). For a discussion of the independent uses of argument clauses, we refer the reader to De Vries (2001), Verstraete et al. (2012), Tejedor (2013), and Van Linden & Van de Velde (2014).

readmore
References:
  • Barbiers, Sjef2000The right periphery in SOV languages: English and DutchSvenonius, Peter (ed.)The derivation of VO and OVAmsterdam/PhiladelphiaJohn Benjamins45-67
  • Bresnan, Joan1972Theory of complementation in English syntaxMITThesis
  • Broekhuis, Hans & Nye, Rachel2013Factivity and interrogative complement clausesMs. Meertens Institute/University of Ghent
  • Corver, Norbert1994Parenthetical clauses. Their nature and distribution
  • Corver, Norbert & Thiersch, Craig2003Remarks on parentheticalsKoster, Jan & Riemdijk, Henk van (eds.)Germania et alia: A linguistic webschrift for Hans den Besten
  • Craenenbroeck, Jeroen van2002<i>Van</i> as a marker of dissociation. Microvariation in DutchZwart, Jan-Wouter & Abraham, Werner (eds.)Studies in Comparative Germanic Syntax. Proceedings from the 15th Workshop on Comparative Germanic SyntaxAmsterdam/PhiladelphiaJohn Benjamins41-67
  • Foolen, Ad, Alphen, Ingrid van, Hoekstra, Eric, Lammers, Henk, Mazeland, Harrie & Pascual, Esther2006Het quotatieve <i>van</i>Toegepaste Taalwetenschap in Artikelen76137-149
  • Grimshaw, Jane1979Complement selection and the lexiconLinguistic Inquiry10279-326
  • Hoeksema, Jack2006<i>Hij zei van niet, maar knikte van ja</i>: distributie en diachronie van bijwoorden van polariteit ingeleid door <i>van</i>Tabu35135-158
  • Kiparsky, Paul & Kiparsky, Carol1970FactBierwisch, Manfred & Heidolph, Karl Erich (eds.)Progress in linguisticsThe Hague/ParisMouton143-173
  • Kiparsky, Paul & Kiparsky, Carol1970FactBierwisch, Manfred & Heidolph, Karl Erich (eds.)Progress in linguisticsThe Hague/ParisMouton143-173
  • Linden, An van & Velde, Freek van de2014(Semi-)autonomous subordination in Dutch: structures and semantic-pragmatic valuesJournal of Pragmatics60226-250
  • Merchant, Jason2001The syntax of silence: sluicing, islands and the theory of ellipsisOxford/New YorkOxford University Press
  • Merchant, Jason2006SluicingEveraert, Martin & Riemsdijk, Henk van (eds.)The Blackwell companion to syntax4Malden, Ma/OxfordBlackwell Publishing271-291
  • Tejedor, Laura2013Intersubjectivity in insubordination. Emotional and humorous effects of independent <i>dat </i>clauses in DutchUniversity of LeidenThesis
  • Verstraete, Jean-Christophe, D'Hertefelt, Sarah & Linden, An van2012A typology of complement insubordination in DutchStudies in Language36123-153
  • Vries, Jelle de2001Onze Nederlandse spreektaalDen HaagSdu Uitgevers
  • Vries, Mark de2006Reported direct speech in DutchWeyer, Jeroen van de & Los, Bettelou (eds.)Linguistics in the Netherlands 2006Amsterdam/Philadelphia212-223
cite
print
This topic is the result of an automatic conversion from Word and may therefore contain errors.
A free Open Access publication of the corresponding volumes of the Syntax of Dutch is available at OAPEN.org.