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"Linguistische Berichte" is open-minded regarding linguistic subjects and methods, but attaches great importance to theoretical reasoning and empirical validation.
Since its foundation in 1969 by Peter Hartmann and Arnim von Stechow, the journal is an academic forum where serious views within linguistics and similar fields of studies (psycholinguistics, sociolinguistics, language acquisition and teaching, literary studies, philosophy, and computer linguistics) are discussed equally.
The purpose is to provide an objective and critical documentation of linguistic developments. Besides, the forum is open for each level of scientific work, i.e. for everyone who is dealing with linguistic-based work (undergraduates, assistants, and professors).
New research results and linguistic developments are published quickly and comprehensively, and contributions are normally published within one year after acceptance by the editors.

Publisher: Helmut Buske Verlag

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Volume 2006, Number 206, May 2006


Illokutionäre Akte. Alte Begriffe, ein neuer Weg

pp. 117-146(30)
Author: Petrus, Klaus



Typologie des W-Fragesatzes

pp. 147-194(48)
Author: Sabel, Joachim



The Binding Paradox in German Double Object Constructions

pp. 195-215(21)
Author: Rothmayr, Antonia


Nominalisierte Infinitive
pp. 217-220(4)
Author: Hölzner, Matthias


Modality and Structure in Signed and Spoken Languages
pp. 221-228(8)
Author: Steinbach, Markus


Gender Shifts in the History of English
pp. 235-236(2)
Author: Hickey, Raymond


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