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Object agreement marking and information structure along the Quechua-Spanish contact continuum

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Object agreement marking and information structure along the Quechua-Spanish contact continuum
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Mayer
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Elisabeth
Affiliation
Australian National University
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Sanchez
NamePart (type = given)
Liliana
Affiliation
Spanish & Portugese (New Brunswick), Rutgers University
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author
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Spanish & Portuguese (New Brunswick)
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School of Arts and Sciences (SAS) (New Brunswick)
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Article, Refereed
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Accepted Manuscript (AM)
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2016
Abstract (type = Abstract)
Direct object clitics in Spanish are morphological markers at the interfaces of syntax, phonology, morphology, and information structure (Zwicky 1985; Ordóñez & Repetti 2006; Belloro 2007; Spencer & Luís 2012). In bilingual acquisition they are subject to variability (McCarthy 2008). In this paper we explore the morphology-syntax-information structure mapping of direct object clitics in clitic structures in a range of speakers that includes Quechua-dominant bilinguals and Spanish monolingual individuals along a continuum of language contact situations. Our findings indicate clear dissociation between syntactic properties and marking of morphological features. They also indicate a Progression from default gender marking in clitics to a scalar system of clitic forms based on animacy and informational value along the continuum of speakers. The findings of this exploratory study support the view that while clitics exhibit common syntactic properties across a continuum of speakers, they vary in morphological marking and informational value.
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English
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34 p.
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Information structure
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Syntax
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Direct object clitics
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Syntax
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Monolingual and bilingual contact varieties
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2016
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Revista Española de Lingüística Aplicada/Spanish Journal of Applied Linguistics
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Journal
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544-581
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29(2)
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http://dx.doi.org/10.1075/resla.29.2.07may
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Sanchez, Liliana
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rucore30018900001
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doi:10.7282/T3M32Z1H
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Peer reviewed.
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Accepted Manuscript
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