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Una bibliografía sobre morfología léxica (Sergi

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                 Una bibliografía sobre morfología léxica
          También con información sobre morfología del español
  Sergio Scalise, University of Bologna, Department of Foreign Languages
               http://morbo.lingue.unibo.it/biblio-search.php
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    Esta bibliografía, creada por el Prof. Sergio Escalise d ela
Università di Bolognia en Italia, contiene más de 7.600 entradas, a las
que se puede acceder con un buscador:

             http://morbo.lingue.unibo.it/biblio-search.php


                             Ejemplo de búsqueda:

    Poniendo 'Spanish' como palabra clave, hemos obtenido estas 110
referencias bibliográficas.


BIBLIO RESULTS:

Search term: Spanish

Number of records found: 110
Bibliographic entries in BIBLIO containing "Spanish":

1- Alonso Marks E. et al. (2002), Word reconstruction and consonant
features in English and Spanish, Linguistics 40 (2), 421-438.

2- Anderson, J. (1961), The morphophonemics of gender in Spanish nouns,
in "Lingua", 10, 285-296.

3- Aski, J.M. (1995), Verbal suppletion: an analysis of Italian, French
and Spanish to go, in "Linguistics", 33, 403-432.

4- Benavides, T.-C. (1996), Headedness in Endocentric Spanish Compounds,
in "Torre de Papel", Iowa City, IA., 6 (2), 29-60.

5- Bjarkman, P.C. (1976), Natural phonology and loanword phonology (with
selected examples from Miami Cuban Spanish), Ph.D. dissertation,
University of Florida.

6- Bosque, I. and C. Picallo (1996), Postnominal Adjectives in Spanish
DPs, Journal of Linguistics 32, 349-385.

7- Brame, M. (1974), The Cyc1e in phonology: Stress in Palestinian,
Maltese and Spanish, in "Linguistic Inquiry", 5, 39-60.

8- Brugé, L. 1996. Demonstrative Movement in Spanish. A Comparative
Approach. University of Venice Working Papers in Linguistics 6.1, 1-53

9- Bybee, J. & Brewer, M.A. (1980)*, Explanation in morphophonemics:
Changes in Proven‡al and Spanish preterite forms, in "Lingua", 52, 271-312.

10- Bybee, J. & Pardo, E. (1981), Morphology and lexical conditioning of
rules: Experimental evidence from Spanish, in "Linguistics", 19, 937-968.

11- Bybee, J.L. & Brewer, M.A. (1980), Explanations in Morphophonemics:
Changes in Provençal and Spanish Preterite Forms, in "Lingua" 52, 271-312.

12- Cabre' Castellvì, M.T. (1988)*, La prefixació en català, Universitat
de Barcelona, in John J. Staczek (ed.), On Spanish, Portuguese, and
Catalan Linguistics, Georgetown University Press, 47-63.

13- Cabré, M.T. & DeCesaris, J. (en prensa), Prepositions and Adverbs
and Word-formation Processes in English, Catalan, and Spanish, A: Actes
del Second Mediterranean Meeting on Morphology (MM2). 10-12 de setembre
de 1999. University Residence, Lija, Malta.

14- Carreira, M. M. (1997), Spanish plural formation: it takes two
(moras), in "Chicago Linguistic Society", 33, 31-41.

15- Clements, J. C. (1989), Lexical Category Hierarchy and 'Head of
Compound' in Spanish; Sel. Papers from 19th Ling. Symposium on Romance
Langs., Ohio State University, 21-23 Apr. 1989, 151-66.

16- Clements, J.C. (1989)*, On functor-argument relations and Headedness
in Spanish compounds, ms.

17- Colina S. (1996), Spanish truncation processes: the emergence of the
unmarked, Linguistics 34 (6), 1199-1218.

18- Contreras, H. (1985)*, Spanish exocentric compounds, in F.Nuessel
(ed.), Current issues in Hispanic phonology and morphology, Bloomington,
IULC.

19- Contreras, H. (1985), Spanish Exocentric Compounds, in Nuessel, F.
H. (ed. & introd.), Current Issues in Hispanic Phonology and Morphology,
Bloomington, Indiana University Linguistic Club, vi, 14-27.

20- Cressey, W.W. (1978), Spanish phonology and morphology: A generative
view, Washington D.C., Georgetown University Press.

21- Cruzado, A.A. (1982), Diminutive, augmentative and pejorative
suffixes in English and Spanish, in Readings in Spanish-English
contrastive linguistics, III, R. Nash & D. Belaval (eds.) San Juan, PR,
66-92.

22- Demonte, V. (1999), A Minimal Account of Spanish Adjective Position
and Interpretation, in J. Franco, A. Landa and J. Martín (eds.),
Grammatical Analyses in Basque and Romance Linguistics. Papers in Honor
of Mario Saltarelli, Amsterdam John Benjamins p45-76.

23- Di Pietro, R.J. (1963), Morphemic analysis of the Spanish verb, in
"Filologia Moderna", 13, 53-58.

24- Dressler, W.U. & Merlini Barbaresi, L. (1986-[92])*, How to fix
interfixes? On the structure and pragmatics of Italian (and spanish,
russian, polish) antesuffixal interfixes and of English "intermorphemic
elements", in "Acta Linguistica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae", Tomus
36 (1-4), 53-67.

25- Dworkin, S. (1985), Etymology and Derivational Morphology: the
Genesis of Old Spanish Denominal Adjectives in -ido, Tübingen: Niemeyer.

26- Dworkin, S.N. (1982), The role of multiple causation in the genesis
of the Spanish suffix -ido, in "Berkeley Linguistic Society", 8, 28-32.

27- Dworkin, S.N. (1985), Etymology and derivational morphology: The
genesis of the Old Spanish denominal adjective in -ido, Tubingen, M.
Niemeyer.

28- Eddington D. (2002), Spanish diminutive formation without rules or
constraints, Linguistics 40:2, 395-419.

29- Espinal, M.T. (2000)*, On the semantic status of n-words in Catalan
and Spanish, "Lingua" 110 (8), 557-580.

30- Fábregas, A. (2003), Universals and Grammatical Categories: a
Distributed MorphologyAanalysis of Spanish color Nouns, paper presented
at the IV Mediterranean Morphology Meeting, Catania.

31- Fainberg, L.V. (1983), The relevance of word formation rules of
languages in contact: The case of English and Spanish, in Gegenwartige
Tendenzen der Kontaktlinguistik, P.H. Nelde (ed.), Bonn, 327-339.

32- Felíu E. & A. Fábregas (2001), Phrasal scope and argument
constraints of Spanish inter- prefixation, paper presented at the III
Mediterranean Morphology Meeting, Barcelona.

33- Feliu, E. (2001), Output constraints on two Spanish word-creation
processes, in "Linguistics", 39 (5), 871-891.

34- Foley, J. (1965), Spanish phonology, Ph.D. dissertation MIT.

35- Foley, J. (1967)*, Spanish plural formation, in "Language", 43, 486-493.

36- Frota, M.P. (1988), A expressão do pejorativo em construções
morfológicas, in J. J. Staczek (ed.) (1988), On Spanish, Portuguese, and
Catalan Linguistics, Washington, Georgetown University Press, 83-90.

37- Garcia, E.C. (1970), Gender switch in Spanish derivation (with
special reference to -a- -ero, -o- -era, -a- -in, -on), in "Romance
Philology", 24, 39-54.

38- Garcia-Bellido, P. (1979), Affective suffixes in Spanish: Evidence
for morphological generalizations, in Papers presented to Emmon Bach by
his students, Amherst (MA), Graduate Linguistic Student Assiciation,
Department of Linguistics, University of Massachusetts.

39- Goldin, M.G. (1968), Spanish case and function, Washington D.C.,
Georgetown University Press.

40- Gooch, A. (1970), Diminutive, augmentative and pejorative suffixes
in Modern Spanish, 2nd ed., Oxford, Pergamon Press.

41- Green, N. (1988), Spanish, in M. Harris and N. Vincent (eds.) (1988).

42- Gyurko, L.A. (1971), Affixal negation in Spanish, in "Romance
Philology", 25, 225-240.

43- Hammond, R. (1976), Some theoretical implications from rapid speech
phenomena in Miami-Cuban Spanish, Ph.D. dissertation, University of Florida.

44- Harris, J. (1994), The Syntax-phonology mapping in Catalan and
Spanish clitics, in Carnie, A. & Harley, H. (eds.), Papers on phonology
and morphology, MIT Working Papers in Linguistics 21, Cambridge, 321-353.

45- Harris, J. (1995), Projection and adge marking in the computation of
stress in Spanish, in Goldsmith (ed.), 867-887.

46- Harris, J. (1995), The morphology of Spanish clitics, in H. Campos &
P. Kempchinsky (eds.), Evolution and Revolution in Linguistic Theory:
Essays in Honor of Carlos Otero, Georgetown University Press,
Washington, 168-97.

47- Harris, J. (1995), The morphology of Spanish clitics, in He'ctor
Campos and Paula Kempchinsky (eds.), Evolution and Revolution in
Linguistic Theory, Georgetown University Press, Washington, 168-197.

48- Harris, J. (1996), The syntax and morphology of Class Marker
suppression in Spanish, in Karen Zagona (ed.), Grammatical Theory and
Romance Languages, John Benjamins, Amsterdam, 99-122.

49- Harris, J. (1997b), There is no imperative paradigm in Spanish, in
Fernando Marti'nez-Gil and Alfonfo Morales-Front (eds.), Issues in the
Phonology and Morphology of the Major Iberian Languages, Georgetown
University Press, Washington, 537-557.

50- Harris, J. (1998a), Spanish imperatives: syntax meets morphology, in
Journal of Linguistics 34, 27-52.

51- Harris, J. (1998b), Enclitic -n in Spanish, in Armin Schwegler,
Bernard Tranel and Myriam Uribe-Etxebarria (eds.), Romance Linguistics:
Theoretical Perspectives, John Benjamins, Amsterdam, 111-127.

52- Harris, J.W. (????)*, Plural transfer in Spanish phonominal clitics,
1-16, ms.

53- Harris, J.W. (????)*, Stress assignment rules in Spanish.

54- Harris, J.W. (????)*, The Syntax-Phonology mapping in Catalan and
Spanish Clitics, 1-40, ms.

55- Harris, J.W. (1969), Spanish phonology, Cambridge (Mass.), MIT Press.

56- Harris, J.W. (1974), Morphologization of phonological rules: An
example from Chicano Spanish, in "Linguistic Studies in Romance
languages", R. Campbell, M.G. Goldin & M. Wang (eds.) Washington, DC,
Georgetown University Press, 8-27.

57- Harris, J.W. (1980), Nonconcatenative morphology and Spanish
plurals, in "Journal of Linguistic Research", 1, 15-31.

58- Harris, J.W. (1985)*, Spanish word markes, Massachusetts Institute
of Technology, F. H. Jr. Nuessel(ed.), Current issues in Hispanic
phonology and morphology, IULC, 35-54.

59- Harris, J.W. (1991)*, The exponence of gender in Spanish, in
"Linguistic Inquiry", 22, 1, 27-62.

60- Harris, J.W. (1992)*, The form classes of Spanish substantives, in
"Yearbook of Morphology 1991", 4, 65-88.

61- Jaeggli, O. (1980)*, Spanish diminutives, in F.H. Nuessel (ed.),
Contemporary studies in Romance languages, Indiana University Linguistic
Club, Bloomington, Indiana, 142-158.

62- Janda, R. & Varela-Garcia, F. (1991), On Lateral Hermaphroditism and
Other Variation in Spanish 'Feminine' el, in L. Dobrin, L. Nichols, and
R. Rodriguez (eds.), Papers from the 27th Regional Meeting of the
Chicago Linguistic Society, Chicago, Chicago Linguistic Society.

63- Jauregui, S.B. (1972), Semantic analysis of English compound nouns
and their equivalents in Spanish, in "Lenguaje y Ciencias", Trujillo,
Peru, 12, 53-63, 82-89.

64- Jauregui-S., Beto (1972), Semantic Analysis of English Compound
Nouns and Their Equivalents in Spanish, Lenguaje-y-Ciencias Trujillo,
Peru, 12, 53-63.

65- Kernan, K.T. & B.G. Blount (1966), The acquisition of Spanish
grammar by Mexican children, in "Anthropological Linguistics", 8, 1-14.

66- Kornfeld, L. (2001), Compounds N+N as formally lexicalized
appositions in Spanish, paper presented at the III Mediterranean
Morphology Meeting, Barcelona.

67- Kvavic, K.H. (1975), Spanish noun suffixes: a synchronic perspective
on methodological problems, characteristic patterns, and usage data, in
"Liguistics", 156, 23-78.

68- Lang, M.F. (1990), Spanish word formation, Routledge.

69- Lee, C. S. (1996), On Compounding in Spanish and Korean, in
"Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A, The Humanities and
Social Sciences".

70- Lipski, J.M. (1974), Toward a production model of Spanish
morphology: a further look at plurals, in "Studia Linguistica", 28, 83-99.

71- Lloyd, P. (1968), Verb-complement compounds in Spanish, Tubingen,
Niemeyer.

72- Lloyd, P.M. (1966), Some reduplicative words in colloquial Spanish,
Philadelphia, in "Hispanic Review", 34, 135-142.

73- Lujan, M. (1972), On the So-Called Neuter Article in Spanish, in J.
Casagrande and B. Saciuk (eds.), Generative Studies in the Romance
Languages, Rowley, MA, Newbury House,162-174.

74- Lujan, M. (1973), Pre- and Postnominal Adjectives in Spanish,
Kritikkon Literarum 2, in "Linguistics", 398-408.

75- Lujan, M. (1974), Prenominal Adjectives in Spanish Predicates, in J.
Campbell, M. Goldin, and M. Wang (eds.), Linguistic Studies in the
Romance Languages, Washington, D.C., Georgetown University Press, 178-188.

76- Lujan, M. (1979), Adverbial Adjectives in Spanish, Texas Linguistic
Forum, 15, 143-183.

77- Maiden, M. (2000), What sort of thing is a derivational affix?
Diachronic evidence from Romanian and Spanish suffixes, in "Yearbook of
Morphology", 1999.

78- Malkiel, Y. (1979), Medieval roots of the Spanish derivational model
sabidorsabi8d-uria, in "Romance Philology", 33, 102-116.

79- Malkiel, Y. (1988), Apocope: Straight; Through Contact of Languages;
via Suffixal Polarization. The Spanish Derivational Morphemes in
Word-final Segments -in, -ino, in "Hispanic Review", 56, 409-34.

80- Mallen, E. (1993), Inflection and Proper Government in German and
Spanish, in "Theoretical Linguistics", 19 (2-3), 223-274.

81- Marrero, V., Albalá, Ma. & Moreno, I. (2000), Use of Diminutives by
Children and Adults in Spanish Spoken Language, Poster presented at the
9th International Morphology Meeting, Poster Session, Vienna.

82- Marsical, S. & López-Ornat, S. (2000), *Oto casa roja: The gradual
acquisition of gender morphology in Spanish children under 2;06 years,
Poster presented at the 9th International Morphology Meeting, Poster
Session, Vienna.

83- Minkoff, S.A. (1993), Plurality, Clitics, and Morphological Merger
in Caribbean Spanish, in Vern M. Lindblad and Michael Gamon (eds.),
Papers from the Fifth Student Conference in Linguistics: MITWPL 20, 177-192.

84- Moyna, M. I. (2001), Compounding in Spanish: Patterns and Changes,
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85- Narvaez, R.A. (1962), Acronyms in Spanish, in "Langues et
Linguistique", Quebec, 12, 159.

86- Narvaez, R.A. (1970), An outline of Spanish morphology. Formation of
words. Inflection and derivation, St. Paul (MN), EMC Corporation.

87- Nuessel, F.H. (1978), An annotated, critical bibliography of
gegerative-based grammatical analyses of Spanish, in "Phonology and
Morphology", IULC.

88- Nunez-Cedeno, R. A. (1989), Headship Assignment in Spanish
Compounds; in Laeufer, C. et al. (eds.) Selected Papers from 19th Ling.
Symposium on Romance Languages, Ohio State University.

89- Pickett, V. (1985), Spanish o and a: to be or not to be morphemes?,
in R.A. Hall, Jr. (ed.), 143-149.

90- Piera, C. (1995), On Compounding in English and Spanish, 302-15, in
Campos, H. (ed.) & Kempchinsky, P. (ed.), "Evolution and Revolution in
Linguistic Theory", Washington, DC : Georgetown UP.

91- Rainer, F. & Varela, S. (1992), Compounding in Spanish, in S.Scalise
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92- Rainer, F. (1986)*, Recursiveness in word-formation, with special
regard to Spanish, in "Acta Linguistica Academiae Scientiarum
Hungaricae", Tomus 36, 197-209, ms.

93- Rainer, F. (1990), Review of M. F. Lang, Spanish Word Formation.
Productive Derivational Morphology in the Modern Lexis. London and New
York: Routledge 1990, in Booij, G./J. van Marle (Hrsg.) Yearbook of
Morphology 3. Foris: Dordrecht 1990, S. 234-237.

94- Rainer, F. (1992)*, Head-operations in Spanish morphology, in
"Yearbook of Morphology", 5, 113-128.

95- Rainer, F. (1994)*, Inflection inside derivation: Evidence from
Spanish and Portuguese,ms.

96- Rainer, F. (1996), Inflection inside derivation: evidence from
Spanish and Portuguese, in "Yearbook of Morphology", 83-91.

97- Rainer, F. (to appear), Semantic fragmentation in word-formation:
the case of Spanish -azo, erscheint in R. Singh & S. Starosta (Hrsg.)
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98- Richman, S. (1970), Spanish-Portuguese agreement in affixed words,
in "Studia Neophilologica", Stockholm, 42, 174-179.

99- Scavnicky, G.E. (1982), The suffix -oso in Central American Spanish,
in "Hispania", 65, 86-89.

100- Special characters suc as italics, bold, etc. and also the German
umlaut, French cedilla, Spanish tilde, etc. are not consistenly
rendered. Italian stressed vowels are often written with an apostrophe
(e.g. verita').

101- Suner, M. (1975), Spanish adverbs: Support for the Phonological
Cycle?, in "Linguistic Inquiry",6, 602-605.

102- Ueda, H. (1979), Restricted regularity in word-formation: The
Spanish noun derivation by suffixes, in "Area and Culture Studies",
Tokyo, 29, 1-17.

103- Varela, S. (1989), Spanish Endocentric Compounds and the Atom
Condition', in C. Kirschner y J. DeCesaris (eds.), Studies in Romance
Languages, Amsterdam, John Benjamins, 397-411.

104- Varela, S. (1989), The Organization of the Lexical Component:
Noun-Compounds in Spanish, in F. Kiefer (ed.), Theoretical Approaches to
Word Formation, in "Acta Linguistica Academia Scientiarum Hungarica",
36, 206-15.

105- Varela, S. (1992), Compounding in Spanish, in S.Scalise (ed.),
Special Issue of "Rivista di Linguistica" on Compounding, 4/1, 117-142,
(con F. Rainer).

106- Varela, S. (1992), Verbal and Adjectival Participles in Spanish, in
Ch. Laeufer y T. Morgan (eds.), Theoretical Analyses in Romance
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107- Varela, S. (1997), Spanish event nominal infinitives, in A.
Mendikoetxea y M. Uribe Etxebarria (eds.), Theoretical Issues at the
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108- Varela, S. (2002) Active or 'Subjective' Adjectival Participles in
Spanish, in J. Lee, K. Geeslin y C. Clements (eds.), Structure, Meaning,
and Acquisition in Spanish. Papers from the 4th Hispanic Linguistics
Symposium, Somerville, Cascadilla Press, 304-316.

109- Varela, S. (2003), Internally Motivated Structural Borrowing in
Spanish Morphology, in P. Kempchinsky y C.E. Piñeros (eds.), Theory,
Practice, and Acquisition. Papers from the 6th Hispanic Linguistics
Symposium, Somerville, Cascadilla Press, 83-101, (con E. Felíu).

110- Yoon J. and N. Bonet-Farran (1991), The Ambivalent Nature of
Spanish Infinitives, in D. Wanner and D. Kibbee (eds.), New Analyses in
Romance Linguistics, Amsterdam, Benjamins, 353-70




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