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4.3. Bibliographical notes

Probably the most exhaustive discussion of Dutch binominal, partitive and pseudo-partitive constructions, discussed in Section 4.1, can be found in Vos (1999). More discussion of the quantificational binominal construction can be found in Paardekooper (1952), Putter (1976), Bennis (1978), Van Gestel (1986), Barbiers (1990), and Van Riemsdijk (1998). For a discussion of similar constructions in other languages, see Löbel (1986/1989), Bhatt (1990), Delsing (1991), and Alexiadou et al. (2007: Part III, ch.2). More discussion on the partitive and pseudo-partitive constructions can be found in Hoeksema (1984b/1996), Coppen (1991), De Jong (1991) and De Hoop (2003). It is important to repeat here that the term pseudo-partitive construction as used in this chapter differs from the one used in the literature, where it is often used to refer to what we have called quantificational binominal constructions, that is, constructions such as een kop koffie'a cup of coffee'.
      The discussion of the N van een N construction in Section 4.2 is mainly based on Paardekooper (1956), Everaert (1992), and, especially, Den Dikken (1995b) and Bennis et al. (1998). The last two articles are also a major source for the discussion of the wat voor construction in Section 4.2.2. Other important studies on this construction are: Bennis (1983/1995), Den Besten (1985), Corver (1990/1991), De Hoop & Kosmeijer (1991), Broekhuis (1992), Aarts (1994), Beermann (1997), Honcoop (1998), and Alexiadou et al. (2007: Part III, ch.2).

  • Hoeksema, Jack (ed.)1996Partitives: studies on the syntax and semantics of partitive and related constructionsBerlinMouton de Gruyter
  • Aarts, Bas1994The syntax of binominal noun phrases in EnglishDutch Working Papers in English Language and Linguistics301-28
  • Alexiadou, Artemis, Haegeman, Liliane & Stavrou, Melita2007Noun phrases in the generative perspectiveBerlin/New YorkMouton de Gruyter
  • Alexiadou, Artemis, Haegeman, Liliane & Stavrou, Melita2007Noun phrases in the generative perspectiveBerlin/New YorkMouton de Gruyter
  • Barbiers, Sjef1990Telwoorden, adjectieven en lege NPsLeidenUniversity of LeidenThesis
  • Beermann, Dorothee1997Syntactic discontinuity and predicate formationTilburgUniversity of TilburgThesis
  • Bennis, Hans1978Appositie and de interne struktuur van de NPSpektator8209-228
  • Bennis, Hans1983A case of restructuringBennis, Hans & Van Lessen Kloeke, W.U.S. (eds.)Linguistics in the NetherlandsForis9-19
  • Bennis, Hans1995The meaning of structure: the <i>wat voor</i> construction revisitedDen Dikken, Marcel & Hengeveld, Kees (eds.)Linguistics in the Netherlands 1995Amsterdam/PhiladelphiaJohn Benjamins
  • Bennis, Hans, Corver, Norbert & Den Dikken, Marcel1998Predication in nominal phrasesThe Journal of Comparative Germanic Linguistics185-117
  • Besten, Hans den1985The ergative hypothesis and free word order in Dutch and GermanToman, Jindřich (ed.)Studies in German GrammarDordrecht/CinnaminsonForis Publications23-65
  • Bhatt, Christa1990Die Syntactische Struktur der Nominalphrase im DeutschenTübingenNarr
  • Broekhuis, Hans1992Chain-government: issues in Dutch syntaxThe Hague, Holland Academic GraphicsUniversity of Amsterdam/HILThesis
  • Coppen, Peter-Arno1991Specifying the noun phraseAmsterdamThesis Publishers
  • Corver, Norbert1990The syntax of left branch extractionTilburgUniversity of TilburgThesis
  • Corver, Norbert1991The internal syntax and movement behavior of the Dutch 'wat voor'-constructionLinguistische Berichte133190-228
  • Delsing, L.-O1991Quantification in the Swedish noun phraseWorking Papers in Scandinavian Syntax4789-117
  • Dikken, Marcel den1995Copulas
  • Everaert, Martin1992Nogmaals: <i>Een schat van een kind</i>Bennis, Hans & Vries, Jan W. de (eds.)De binnenbouw van het Nederlands. Een bundel artikelen voor Piet Paardekooper.DordrechtICG Publications45-54
  • Gestel, Frank van1986X-bar grammar: attribution and predication in DutchDordrechtForis Publications
  • Hoeksema, Jack1984Partitives
  • Honcoop, Martin1998Dynamic excursions on weak islandsLeiden UniversityThesis
  • Hoop, Helen de2003PartitivityCheng, Lisa & Sybesma, Rint (eds.)The second <i>Glot International</i> state-of-the-article book. The latest in linguisticsBerlin/New YorkMouton de Gruyter179-212
  • Hoop, Helen de & Kosmeijer, Wim1995Case and scrambling: D-structure versus S-structureHaider, Hubert, Olsen, Susan & Vikner, Sten (eds.)Studies in comparative Germanic syntaxDordrecht/Boston/LondonKluwer Academic Publishers139-158
  • Jong, Francisca de1991Determiners: features and filtersUtrechtUniversity of UtrechtThesis
  • Löbel, Elisabeth1986Apposition und Komposition in der QuantifizierungTübingenNiemeyer
  • Löbel, Elisabeth1989Q as a functional categoryBhatt, Christa, Löbel, Elisabeth & Schmidt, Claudia (eds.)Syntactic phrase structure phenomena in noun phrases and sentencesAmsterdamJohn Benjamins
  • Paardekooper, P.C1952Die drie kilo andijvieDe Nieuwe Taalgids45268-279
  • Paardekooper, P.C1956Een schat van een kindDe Nieuwe Taalgids4993-99
  • Putter, P1976Enige overwegingen naar aanleiding van <i>Een emmer bramen</i>
  • Riemdijk, Henk van1998Categorial feature magnetism: the endocentricity and distributions of projectionsThe Journal of Comparative Germanic Linguistics21-48
  • Vos, Riet1999A grammar of partitive constructionsTilburgUniversity of TilburgThesis
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