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Left-right asymmetries in words: A processing-based account
This thesis presents a novel account of the suffixing preference and related phenomena based on language processing. The suffixing preference refers to the typological fact that suffixes are more common than prefixes in ...
A Typology of Morphosyntactic Encoding of Focus in African Languages
One of the most striking features of many languages of Africa is their use of core grammatical structures to encode focus structure. The use of nominal and verbal morphology as well as variations in word order as indicators ...