Information structure in Turkish: the word order¿prosody interface

  title={Information structure in Turkish: the word order¿prosody interface},
  author={Selçuk I. şsever},
  • Selçuk I. şsever
  • Published 2003
This study investigates the linguistic realization of information structure (IS) in Turkish. Following Vallduvı́ and Engdahl [Linguistics 34 (1996) 459], Hoffman (Hoffman, B., 1995. The Computational Analysis of the Syntax and Interpretation of ‘‘Free’’ Word Order in Turkish. Unpublished PhD dissertation, University of Pennsylvania), and Kılıçaslan (Kılıçaslan, Y., 1994. Information Packaging in Turkish. Unpublished MSc dissertation, University of Edinburgh), it is assumed that IS has a… CONTINUE READING
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