• A functional profile of Left Dislocation in Biblical Hebrew 

      Westbury, Josh (Stellenbosch University, Department of General Linguistics, 2016)
      The primary aim of this paper is to provide a functional profile of verbal Left Dislocation (=LD) constructions in the Torah and Former Prophets (Genesis–2Kings). As a precursor, however, an abbreviated syntactico-semantic ...
    • Giving voice : studies in honour of Christine Anthonissen 

      Oostendorp, Marcelyn (University of Stellenbosch, Department of General Linguistics, 2016)
      INTRODUCTION: The central concern of this special issue is the notion of ‘voice’. Although widely used in humanities research, this concept is not without contestation. Sperling, Appleman, Gilyard and Freedman (2011:71) ...
    • Left dislocation : a typological overview 

      Westbury, Josh (Stellenbosch University, Department of General Linguistics, 2016)
      The Left Dislocation construction is a typologically universal phenomenon that has received detailed analysis, from both formal and functional perspectives, in a number of genetically and areally diverse languages. The ...
    • Manifestation of kubanga causal connectives in English-Luganda bilingual discourse 

      Nakijoba, Sarah (Department of General Linguistics, Stellenbosch University, 2019)
      ENGLISH ABSTRACT: This article presents an overview of the Luganda causal marker kubanga (because) as it occurs in a bilingual Luganda-English spoken discourse. I explore the general structural and functional status of ...
    • Toward a computer-aided methodology for discourse analysis 

      Stegmeier, Jorn (Department of General Linguistics, Stellenbosch University, 2012)
      This paper describes and outlines a new project entitled “Applying computer-aided methods to discourse analysis”. This project aims to develop an e-learning environment dedicated to documenting, evaluating and teaching ...