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  Constructions and Frames

A new journal devoted to constructional and frame-semantic research. Published by John Benjamins. Click here for details.

Editors:   
Mirjam Fried (Charles University, Prague) and Kiki Nikiforidou (University of Athens)

 

The aim of this international, peer-reviewed journal is to promote innovative research that extends constructional approaches in new directions and along interdisciplinary paths. Articles published in Construction and Frames range from descriptions of grammatical phenomena in different languages to constructionally oriented work in cognitive linguistics, grammaticalization theory, typology, conversation analysis and international linguistics, poetics, and sociolinguistics. Submissions that explore applications to or implications for related fields, such as communication studies, computational linguistics, lexicography, psychology, and anthropology are also invited.

 

  Constructions 

An electronic journal publishing constructional research.

Editors:     Alexander Bergs and Thomas Hoffmann (Universität Osnabrück)

The journal aims at a balanced integration of both notional, informal approaches to constructions in general and more formal treatments, as, for example, within some strands of Construction Grammar. One of the long-term goals is to establish contact between researchers from various perspectives. The term ‘construction’ as understood in this journal is deliberately chosen to have a broad extension and not be limited to any specific definition or linguistic orientation. Constructions is not restricted to any particular language or language family, and aims at combining theoretical, empirical, and applied issues.    

 

Construction Grammar Bibliography

(Note: The items on this list are, for the most part, works that individual authors suggested as relevant to a constructional approach to language in general. Some of the papers/books are concerned primarily with theoretical and representational issues, others concentrate more on descriptive problems that appear to be good candidates for constructional analysis.

 

Ackerman, Farrell & Adele  Goldberg. 1996. Constraints on Adjectival Past Participles. In Adele E. Goldberg (ed.), Conceptual Structure, Discourse and Language. CSLI Publications.

Ackerman, Farrell & Gert Webelhuth. 1997. "The Composition of (Dis)continuous Predicates: Lexical or Syntactic?" Acta Linguistica Hungarica 44 (3-4), 317-340. Akademiai Kiado, Budapest; Hungary.
Ackerman, Farrell & Gert Webelhuth. 1998. A Theory of Predicates. Stanford: CSLI Publications. Distributed by Cambridge University Press.
Ackerman, Farrell & Gert Webelhuth. 1999. "A Lexical-Functional Analysis of Predicate Topicalization in German". American Journal of Germanic Linguistics and Literatures 11.1:1-65.
Ackerman, Farrell & Gert Webelhuth. 1999. "The Treatment of Complex Predicates in Transformational and Non-transformational Theories of Syntax". In Robert D. Borsley & Kersti Borjars (eds.), Non-transformational Syntax: A Guide to Current Debate. Oxford, UK & Cambridge, USA: Blackwell.
Barđdal, Johanna. 1999. "The Dual Nature of Icelandic Psych-Verbs." Working Papers in Scandinavian Syntax 64:79-101.
Barđdal, Johanna. 1999. "Case and Argument Structure of some Loan Verbs in 15th Century Icelandic." In Alla tiders sprĺk. En Vänskrift till Gertrud Pettersson november 1999, p. 9-23. Ed. Inger Haskĺ and Carin Sandqvist. Lundastudier i Nordisk sprĺkvetenskap A 55. Dept. of Scandinavian Linguistics, Lund.
Barđdal, Johanna. 1999. "Case in Icelandic - A Construction Grammar Approach." TijdSchrift voor Skandinavistiek 20-2:65-100.
Barđdal, Johanna. 2000. "Case Assignment of Nonce Verbs in Icelandic." SKY Journal of Linguistics 13:7-28.
Barđdal, Johanna. 2001. Case in Icelandic. A Synchronic, Diachronic and Comparative Approach. [Doctoral Dissertation]. Lundastudier i Nordisk sprĺkvetenskap A 57. Department of Scandinavian Linguistics, Lund.
Barđdal, Johanna. 2001. "The Perplexity of Dat-Nom Verbs in Icelandic." Nordic Journal of Linguistics 24:47-70.
Barđdal, Johanna. 2001. "The Role of Thematic Roles in Constructions? Evidence from the Icelandic Inchoative." In Arthur Holmer, Jan-Olof Svantesson & Ĺke Viberg (eds.), Proceedings of the 18th Scandinavian Conference of Linguistics 2000, 127-137. Department of Linguistics, Lund.
Barđdal, Jóhanna. 2002. "'Oblique Subjects' in Icelandic and German". Working Papers in Scandinavian Syntax 70: 61-99.
Barđdal, Jóhanna. 2003. "Case and Argument Structure of Novel Verbs of Communication in Icelandic." In Lars-Olof Delsing, Cecilia Falk, Gunlög Josefsson & Halldór Á. Sigurđsson (eds.), Grammar in Focus: Festschrift for Christer Platzack 18, November 2003, Vol. II, p. 25-35. Department of Scandinavian Languages, Lund. 
Barđdal, Jóhanna. 2004. "The semantics of the impersonal construction in Icelandic, German and Faroese: Beyond thematic roles." In Werner Abraham (ed.), Focus on Germanic Typology [Studia Typologica 6], 105-137. Berlin: Akademie Verlag.
Barđdal, Jóhanna. 2006. Predicting the Productivity of Argument Structure Constructions. In Berkeley Linguistics Society 32.
Barđdal, Jóhanna. 2006. Construction-Specific Properties of Syntactic Subjects in Icelandic and German. Cognitive Linguistics 17/1:39-106.
Barđdal, Jóhanna. 2007. The Semantic and Lexical Range of the Ditransitive Construction in the History of (North) Germanic. Functions of Language 14/1:9-30.
Barđdal, Jóhanna. 2008. Productivity: Evidence from Case and Argument Structure in Icelandic [Constructional Approaches to Language 8]. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
Barđdal, Jóhanna. 2008. Review of 'Construction Grammars: Cognitive Grounding and Theoretical Extensions' ed. by Jan-Ola Östman and Mirjam Fried. Language 84(2): 822-825.
Barđdal, Jóhanna. 2009. The Development of Case in Germanic. In J. Barđdal and Sh. Chelliah (eds.), The Role of Semantic, Pragmatic and Discourse Factors in the Development of Case, 123-159. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
Barđdal, Jóhanna & Valéria Molnár. 2003. "The Passive in Icelandic - Compared to Mainland Scandinavian." In Jorunn Hetland & Valéria Molnár (eds.), Structures of Focus and Grammatical Relations [Linguistische Arbeiten 477], 231-260. Tübingen, Max Niemeyer Verlag. [Also in Working Papers in Scandinavian Syntax 65 (2000): 109-146.]
Barđdal, Jóhanna & Shobhana Chelliah (eds). 2009. The Role of Semantic, Pragmatic and Discourse Factors in the Development of Case [Studies in Language Companion Series 108]. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
Barđdal, Jóhanna & Leonid Kulikov. 2009. Case in Decline. In Andrej Malchukov & Andrew Spencer (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Case, 470-478. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Bellver, Phyllis & Laura A. Michaelis. 1999. “What is the Syntax-Information Structure Interface in Basque?”. BLS 25.
Bencini, Giulia & Adele E. Goldberg. 1999. Constructions as the Main Determinants of Sentence Meaning. In the Proceedings of the Cognitive Science Society.

Bencini, Giulia & Adele Goldberg. 2000. The Contribution of Argument Structure Constructions to Sentence Meaning. Journal of Memory and Language 43 640-651.

Bergen, Benjamin & Madelaine Plauché. 1999. "The evolution of binary spatial deictics: French voila and voici". In S. Chang et al. (eds.), Proceedings of the 25th Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society [also available at http://www.icsi.berkeley.edu/~bbergen/MarkednessPaper.PDF ].  

Bergen, Benjamin & Madelaine Plauché. 2001. "Voila voila: extensions of deictic constructions in French." In Alan Cienki, Barbara Luka & Michael Smith (eds.), Conceptual and Discourse Factors in Linguistic Structure[also available at http://www.icsi.berkeley.edu/NTL/papers/BergenCSDL4.pdf ].

Bergs, Alexander & Gabriele Diewald (eds.). 2008. Constructions and language change. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter.
Bergs, Alexander & Gabriele Diewald (eds.). 2009. Contexts and constructions. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
Bickel, Balthasar. 1991. Typologische Grundlagen der Satzverkettung. ('Typological bases of clause chaining') Zürich: ASAS-Verlag. [universal prototypes of form-meaning covariation in clause linkage]
Bickel, Balthasar. 2001. The syntax of experiencers in the Himalayas. In: Bhaskararao, Peri (ed.), Working Papers of the International Symposium on Non-Nominative Subjects, Tokyo, December 18-21, 2001, pp. 207 ­ 37. Tokyo: Institute for the Study of Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa [also available at http://www.spw.unizh.ch/mitarbeiter/bickel/papers ].
Boas, Hans C. 2002. "Lexical or syntactic selection of non-subcategorized nominal arguments? The case of German  'Sätzchen,' “ in: Rauch, I. & G.F. Carr (eds.), New Insights in Germanic Linguistics III. New York: Peter Lang. 9-26.
Boas, Hans C. 2002. “On constructional polysemy and verbal polysemy in Construction Grammar,”  in: Samiian, V. (ed.), Proceedings of the 2000 Western Conference on Linguistics. Vol. 12. 126-139.
Boas, Hans C. 2002. “On the role of semantic constraints in resultative constructions,” in: Rapp, R. (ed.), Linguistics on the way into the new millennium. Vol. 1. Frankfurt/M.: Peter Lang. 35-44.
Boas, Hans C. 2003. A Constructional Approach to Resultatives (Stanford Monograph in Linguistics). Stanford, CA: CSLI Publications.
Boas, Hans C. 2003. “A Lexical-constructional Account of the Locative Alternation,” in: Carmichael, L., C.-H. Huang, & V. Samiian (eds.), Proceedings of the 2001 Western Conference in Linguistics. Vol. 13. 27-42.
Boas, Hans C. 2004. “You wanna consider a Constructional Approach to Wanna-Contraction?,” in: Achard, M., and S. Kemmer (eds.), Language, Culture, and Mind. Stanford, CA: CSLI Publications. 479-491.
Boas, Hans C. 2005. “From Theory to Practice: Frame Semantics and the Design of FrameNet,” in: Langer, S. & D. Schnorbusch (eds.), Semantik im Lexikon. Tübingen: Narr. 129-160.
Boas, Hans C. 2005. “Semantic Frames as Interlingual Representations for Multilingual Lexical Databases”.  International Journal of Lexicography 18(4), 445-478.
Boas, Hans C. 2005. “Determining the Productivity of Resultative Constructions: A Reply to Goldberg & Jackendoff,”  Language 81(2),  448-464.
Boas, Hans C. 2006. "A frame-semantic approach to identifying syntactically relevant elements of meaning," in: Steiner, P., Boas H.C., & S. Schierholz (eds.), Contrastive Studies and Valency. Studies in Honor of Hans Ulrich Boas. Frankfurt/New York. 119-149.
Boas, Hans C. 2007. "Construction Grammar in the twenty-first century," English Language and Linguistics 11(3), 569-585.
Boas, Hans C. 2008. "Resolving Form-meaning Discrepancies in Construction Grammar," in: Leino, J. (ed.),  Constructional reorganization. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: Benjamins. 11-36.
Boas, Hans C. 2008.  "Determining the structure of lexical entries and grammatical constructions in Construction Grammar," Annual Review of Cognitive Linguistics 6, 113-144.
Boas, Hans C. 2008. "Towards a frame-constructional approach to verb classification," in: E.S. Acevedo & F. J. C. Rodríguez (eds.), Grammar, Constructions, and Interfaces. Special Issue of Revista Canaria de Estudios Ingleses 57, 17-48.
  Boas, Hans C. & Mirjam Fried. 2005. “Introduction” In: Fried, M. & H.C. Boas (eds.), Grammatical Constructions: Back to the Roots. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: Benjamins. 1-11.
Booij, Geert. 2002. The morphology of Dutch. Oxford: OUP. [the notion of construction plays a role in a number of chapters]
Booij, Geert. 2002. "Separable complex verbs in Dutch: a case of periphrastic word formation." In Nicole Dehe, Ray Jackendoff, Andrew Macintyre, & Silke Urban (eds.) Verb particle explorations. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. 
Booij, Geert. 2010. Construction Morphology. Oxford University Press.
Broccias, Cristiano. 2001. "The Need for the Resultative Network." In BLS 26: 41-52.
Broccias, Cristiano. 2002. The English Change Network. Unpublished Ph.D. Thesis, Universitŕ di Pavia (Italy). 
Brooks, P. & M. Tomasello. 1999. "Young children learn to produce passives with nonce verbs." Developmental Psychology 35, 29-44.
Brooks, P. & M. Tomasello. 1999. "How young children constrain their argument structure constructions." Language 75, 720-738.
Brooks, P. & M. Tomasello. 1999. "Learning the English passive construction." In B. Fox , D. Juravsky & L. Michaelis (eds.), Cognition and Function in Language. Stanford, CA: CLSI Publications.
Bybee, Joan. 1998. A functionalist approach to grammar and its evolution. Evolution of Communication 2.2.249-278. [constructions in grammaticization]
Bybee, Joan. 1998. The emergent lexicon. CLS 34: The Panels. pp. 421-435. University of Chicago: Chicago Linguistic Society. [arguments that constructions and lexical entries are made of the same stuff]

Bybee, Joan. 2001. Phonology and language use. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, Chapters 5-7. [phonological reduction takes place within frequently used constructions]

Bybee, Joan. 2001. Frequency effects on French Liaison. In Joan Bybee and Paul Hopper (eds.) Frequency and the Emergence of Linguistic Structure.  Amsterdam: John Benjamins, pp. 337-359. [liaison consonants appear just in certain constructions]

Bybee, Joan. 2001. Main clauses are innovative, subordinate clauses are conservative: consequences for the nature of constructions. In J. Bybee and M. Noonan (eds.) Complex sentences in grammar and discourse: essays in honor of Sandra A. Thompson. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Bybee, Joan & Joanne Scheibman. 1999. The effect of usage on degrees of constituency: the reduction of don't in English.  Linguistics 37-4.575-596. [the effect of frequency of use on phonological reduction and constituent structure]

Bybee, Joan & Sandra Thompson. 2000. Three frequency effects in syntax. Berkeley Linguistic Society 23.65-85. [how constructions are affected by both type and token frequency]

Campbell, A., P. Brooks & M. Tomasello. 2000. "Factors affecting young children's use of pronouns as referring expressions." Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearning Research 43, 1337 - 1349.
Campbell, A. & M. Tomasello. 2001. "The acquisition of English dative constructions." Applied Psycholinguistics 22, 253-267.
Childers, J. & M. Tomasello. 2001. "The role of pronouns in young children's acquisition of the English transitive construction." Developmental Psychology 37, 739-748.
Colleman, Timothy. 2009. "Verb disposition in argument structure alternations: a corpus study of the Dutch dative alternation." Language Sciences 31: 593-611.
Colleman, Timothy. 2009. "The semantic range of the Dutch double object construction. A collostructional perspective." Constructions and Frames 1: 190-220.
Colleman, Timothy & Bernard De Clerck. 2008. "Accounting for ditransitive constructions with envy and forgive." Functions of Language 15: 187-215.
Colleman, Timothy & Bernard De Clerck. 2009. 'Caused Motion'? The semantics of the English to-dative and the Dutch aan-dative.' Cognitive Linguistics 20: 5-42.

Comrie, Bernard & Sandra A. Thompson. 1985. Lexical Nominalizations. In Timothy Shopen (ed.),  Language Typology and Syntactic Description, Cambridge University Press: 349-398.

 Croft, William. 2001. Radical Construction Grammar. Syntactic theory in typological perspective. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Deulofeu, Henri-José. 1999. "Questions de méthode dans la description morphosyntaxique de l'élément que en français contemporain ('Methodological issues for the morphological and syntactic analysis of the French complementizer que')."  Recherches sur le français parlé n°15, Publications de l'Université Aix-Marseille I.

Deulofeu, Henri-José, 2001. "La notion de construction corrélative en français: typologie et limites ('The notion of correlative construction in french : typology and limits').", Recherches sur le français parlé, n° 16.

Diessel, H. & M. Tomasello. 2000. "The development of relative constructions in early child speech." Cognitive Linguistics 11, 131-152.
Diessel, H. & M. Tomasello. 2001. "The acquisition of finite complement clauses in English: A usage based approach to the development of grammatical constructions." Cognitive Linguistics 12, 1-45.
Diessel, H. & M. Tomasello. In press. "Why complement clauses do not have a that-complementizer in early child language." Proceedings of Berkeley Linguistic Society.
Dogruoz, Ayşe Seza. 2007. Synchronic variation and diachronic change in Dutch Turkish: A corpus based analysis. Ph.D. Thesis. Tilburg University. The Netherlands.
Dogruoz, A. S. & A. Backus.  2009. Innovative constructions in Dutch Turkish: An assessment of on-going contact induced change. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition, 12 (1), 41-63.

Fillmore, Charles J. 1968. The case for case. In Universals in linguistic theory, ed. by Emmon Bach & Robert T. Harms. New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston. 1-88.

Fillmore, Charles J. 1975b. Santa Cruz lectures on deixis. Indiana University Linguistics Club.            

Fillmore, Charles J. 1979. Innocence: a second idealization for linguistics.  BLS 5: 63-76.

Fillmore, Charles J. 1985. Syntactic intrusion and the notion of grammatical construction. BLS 11: 73-86.

Fillmore, Charles J. 1986. Varieties of conditional sentences. Proceedings of the Third Eastern States Conference on Linguistics. Columbus, Ohio: Ohio State University Department of Linguistics. 163-182.

Fillmore, Charles J. 1988. The mechanisms of ‘Construction Grammar.’ BLS 14: 35-55.

Fillmore, Charles J. 1989. Grammatical Construction Theory and the familiar dichotomies. In Language processing in social context, ed. by R. Dietrich & C.F. Graumann. Amsterdam: North-Holland/Elsevier. 17-38.

Fillmore, Charles J. 1997. Lectures on deixis. Stanford: CSLI.

Fillmore, Charles J. 1999. Inversion and constructional inheritance. In Lexical and constructional aspects of linguistic explanation, ed. by Gert Webelhuth, Jean-Pierre Koenig & Andreas Kathol. Stanford, Ca: CSLI. 113-128.
Fillmore, Charles J. & Paul Kay. 1987. The goals of Construction Grammar. Berkeley Cognitive Science Program Technical Report no. 50. University of California at Berkeley.

Fillmore, Charles J. & Paul Kay. 1993. Construction Grammar Coursebook. Manuscript, University of California at Berkeley Department of linguistics.

Fillmore, Charles J. & Paul Kay 1996. Construction Grammar. Manuscript, University of California at Berkeley Department of linguistics.

Fillmore, Charles J., Paul Kay & Mary Catherine O’Connor. 1988. Regularity and idiomaticity in grammatical constructions: The case of Let alone. Language 64/3: 501-538.

Fischer, Kerstin. 1996. "A Construction-based Approach to the Lexicalization of Interjections." In M. Gellerstam, J. Järborg, S. Malmgren, K. Nören, L. Rogström & C. Rojder Papmehl  (eds.), Euralex `96: Proceedings. University of Gothenburg

Fischer, Kerstin. 1996. "Distributed Representation Formalisms for Discourse Particles." In Gibbon, Dafydd (ed.), Natural Language Processing and Speech Technology. Mouton De Gruyter, Berlin, New York.

Fischer, Kerstin. 2000. From Cognitive Semantics to Lexical Pragmatics: The Functional Polysemy of Discourse Particles. Mouton de Gruyter: Berlin, New York.

Fischer, Kerstin. 2001. "Pragmatic Methods for Construction Grammar." In Holmer, Svantesson & Viberg (eds.), Proceedings of the 18th Scandinavian Conference of Linguistics. Travaux de l'Institut de Linguistique de Lund.

Ford, Cecilia & Sandra A. Thompson. 1986. Conditionals in Discourse: a Text-based Study from English. In Elizabeth C. Traugott, Alice ter Meulen, Judy S. Reilly, and Charles A. Ferguson (eds.), On Conditionals, Cambridge University Press: 353-372.

Francis, Hartwell S., Michelle L. Gregory & Laura A. Michaelis. 1999. “Are Lexical Subjects Deviant?” CLS 35, Volume I.

Fried, Mirjam. 1990, "Reflexives as grammatical constructions: a case study in Czech." BLS 127-139.

Fried, Mirjam. 1994. "Second-position clitics in Czech: syntactic or phonological?"  Lingua 94:155-175.

Fried, Mirjam. 1999. From interest to ownership: a constructional view of external possessors. In D.L. Payne & I. Barshi (eds.), External Possession Constructions, 473-504.  Amsterdam: John Benjamins

Fried, Mirjam. 1999. The ‘free’ datives in Czech as a linking problem.  In K. Dziwirek, H. Coats, and C. Vakareliyska (eds.), Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics 7: 145-166. Ann Arbor: Michigan Slavic Publications.

Fried, Mirjam. 2004. "Czech reflexivization and the invariance principle revisited." Slavic and East European Journal 48.4: 625-653.

Fried, Mirjam. 2004. "The semantics and pragmatics of agent demotion vs. 'passive'." In T. Solstad, B. Lyngfelt & M.F. Krave (eds.), Pre-conference proceedings of the workshop on demoting the agent: passive and other voice-related phenomena, 31-39. University of Oslo, Norway.

Fried, Mirjam. 2004. "Predicate semantics and event construal in Czech case marking." In M. Fried & J-O. Östman (eds.), Construction Grammar in a cross-language perspective, 87-120. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 

Fried, Mirjam. 2005. “A frame-based approach to case alternations: the swarm-class verbs in Czech.” Cognitive Linguistics 16/3:475-512.

Fried, Mirjam. 2005. “The stability of meaning-form associations across time.” In P. Nejedlý & M. Vajdlová (eds.), Verba et historia, 77-85. Praha: Ústav pro jazyk český AV ČR.

Fried, Mirjam. 2006. "Agent back-grounding as a functional domain: reflexivization and passivization in Czech and Russian.” In T. Solstad & B. Lyngfelt (eds.), Demoting the agent: passive, middle and other voice phenomena [Linguistics today 96], 83-109. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Fried, Mirjam. 2007. “The polyfunctional structure of jestli in spoken Czech”. In F. Štícha & J. Šimandl (eds.), Gramatika a korpus / Grammar and Corpora 2005, 57-67. Praha: ÚJČ AV ČR.

Fried, Mirjam. 2007. “Constructing grammatical meaning: isomorphism and polysemy in Czech reflexivization.” Studies in Language 31(4): 721-764.

Fried, Mirjam. 2007. “A Frame Semantic account of morphosemantic change: the case of Old Czech věřící. In D. Divjak & A. Kochanska (eds.), Cognitive Paths into the Slavic Domain, 283-315. Mouton de Gruyter. 

Fried, Mirjam. 2008. “Constructions and constructs: mapping a shift between predication and attribution.” In A. Bergs & G. Diewald (eds.), Constructions and language change, 47-80. Walter de Gruyter.
Fried, Mirjam. 2008. “Dative possessor: delimiting a grammatical category based on usage." In F. Štícha & M. Fried (eds.), Grammar and Corpora II, 51-63. Praha: Academia.
Fried, Mirjam. 2009. Construction Grammar as a tool for diachronic analysis.” Constructions and Frames 1(2): 261-290.
Fried, Mirjam. 2009. “Plain vs. situated possession in a network of grammatical constructions.” In W. McGregor (ed.), Expression of possession, 213-248. Berlin & New York: Mouton de Gruyter.
Fried, Mirjam. 2009. “Representing contextual factors in language change: between frames and constructions.” In A. Bergs & G. Diewald (eds.), Contexts and constructions, 63-94. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins

Fried, Mirjam & Hans C. Boas (eds.). 2005. Grammatical constructions: back to the roots. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Fried, Mirjam & Jan-Ola Östman. 2003. The explicit and the implicit in the Suasion Frame. In E.Hajičová, A. Kotěšovcová & Jiří Mírovský (eds.), Proceedings of CIL 17. CD-ROM. Prague: Matfyzpress. 

Fried, Mirjam & Jan-Ola Östman (eds.). 2004. Construction Grammar in a cross-language perspective [CAL 2]. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 

Fried, Mirjam & Jan-Ola Östman. 2004. "Construction Grammar: a thumbnail sketch." In M. Fried & J-O. Östman (eds.), Construction Grammar in a cross-language perspective, 11-86. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 

Fried, Mirjam & Jan-Ola Östman. 2005. "Construction Grammar and spoken language: the case of pragmatic particles." Journal of Pragmatics 37(11): 1752-1778.

Fujii, Seiko. 1989. “Concessive conditionals in Japanese: a pragmatic analysis of the S1-TEMO -S2 construction.” In Hall, K., M. Meacham, & R. Shapiro (eds.), BLS 15,  291-302.

Fujii, Seiko. 1993. “On the idiomaticity of conditional constructions in Japanese.” In Boulanger, J. & Ouellon, C (eds.),  CIL1992: Proceedings of the Fifteenth International Congress of Linguists, 59-62.  Les Presses De L'universit Lavel.

Fujii, Seiko Yamaguchi. 1993. The Use and Learning of Clause-linkage: Case Studies in Japanese and English Conditionals. Ph.D. dissertation, University of California at Berkeley.

Fujii, Seiko. 1993. “On the clause-linking TO construction in Japanese.” In Clancy, Patricia (ed.) Japanese/Korean Linguistics II, 3-19.  CSLI, Stanford (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press; Chicago: Chicago University Press).

Fujii, Seiko. 1994. “A family of constructions: Japanese TEMO and other concessive conditionals.” BLS 20, 194-207. Berkeley: Berkeley Linguistics Society.

Fujii, Seiko. 1995. “Variations of formally idiomatic constructions and relations among them”. In Powell, M. J. (ed.), LACUS Forum, Vol. 21, 245-257. Linguistic Association of Canada and the United States.

Fujii, Seiko. 1998. “What can ‘things’ (‘mono’) do for propositional attitudes in Japanese discourse.” In Verschueren, Jef (ed.), Pragmatics in 1998: Selected Papers from the 6th International Pragmatics Conference Vol. 2, 159-172. International Pragmatics Association.

Fujii, Seiko. 1999. “A corpus-based study of reduced conditionals in Japanese conversation.” In Selected Papers from AILA’99. International Association of Applied Linguistics.

Fujii, Seiko. 2000. “Incipient decategorization of MONO and grammaticalization of speaker attitude in Japanese discourse.” In Fretheim, Thorstein & Gisle Andersen (eds.), Pragmatic Markers and Propositional Attitude, 85-118. Philadelphia/Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company.

Fujii, Seiko. 2001. “Background knowledge and constructional meanings: English and Japanese concessive conditional clause-linking constructions.” In Nemeth, Emiko (ed.) Pragmatics in 2000: Selected Papers from the 7th International Pragmatics Conference Vol. 2. International Pragmatics Association.

Fujii, Seiko. 2004. "Lexically (un)filled constructional schemes and construction types: the case of Japanese modal conditional constructions." In M. Fried & J-O. Östman (eds.), Construction Grammar in a cross-language perspective, 121-156. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 

Ginzburg, Jonathan & Ivan Sag. 2000. Interrogative Investigations: the form, meaning, and use of English Interrogatives. Stanford: CSLI Publications. Distributed by University of Chicago Press.

Goldberg, Adele.1989. A Unified Account of the Semantics of the Ditransitive. In BLS  15.

Goldberg, Adele. 1991. On the Problems with Lexical Rule Accounts of Argument Structure. In Cognitive Science Society Conference Proceedings .

Goldberg, Adele. 1991. It Can't Go Down the Chimney Up: Paths and the English Resultative. In BLS  17.

Goldberg, Adele. 1992. In Support of A Semantic Account of Resultatives. CSLI Report No. 163. Stanford, CA.

Goldberg, Adele. 1992. The Inherent Semantics of Argument Structure: The Case of the English Ditransitive Construction. Cognitive Linguistics 3-1:37-74.

Goldberg, Adele. 1992. A Semantic Account of Resultatives. Linguistic Analysis 21:66-96.

Goldberg, Adele. 1992. Capturing Relations Among Constructions. Roundtable on Construction Grammar. Proceedings of the 9th meeting of the International Congress of Linguistics.

Goldberg, Adele. 1993. Another Look at Some Learnability Paradoxes. Proceedings of the 25th Annual Stanford Child Language Research Forum . CSLI Publications.

Goldberg, Adele. 1993. With Annie Zaenen. Review of Grimshaw's Argument Structure. Language. 69 4.  807-816.

Goldberg, Adele . 1995. Constructions. A Construction Grammar approach to argument structure. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Goldberg, Adele. 1996. Making One’s Way Through the Data.  In Alex Alsina, Joan Bresnan & Peter Sells (eds.), Complex Predicates.  Stanford: CSLI Publications.  Also in M. Shibatani & S. Thompson (eds.) Grammatical Constructions: Their Form and Meaning.  Oxford: Clarendon Press. 29-53.

Goldberg, Adele. 1996.  Jackendoff and Construction-Based Grammar. Invited paper in special issue on Jackendoff's relation to Cognitive Linguistics.  Cognitive Linguistics 7-1. 3-20.

Goldberg, Adele. 1997. Construction Grammar. In E.K. Brown & J.E. Miller (eds.), Concise Encyclopedia of Syntactic Theories. New York: Elsevier Science Limited.

Goldberg, Adele. 1997. Relationships between Verb and Construction. In Marjolijn Verspoor & Eve Sweetser (eds.), Lexicon and Grammar. John Benjamins. 383-398.

Goldberg, Adele. 1998. Patterns of Experience in Patterns of Language. In Michael Tomasello (ed.),  The New Psychology of Language. Lawrence Erlbaum Publications. 203-219.

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