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Structuring the Argument
(John Benjamins, 2013)
While the argument structure of verbs has long been a central issue in linguistic research of all varieties and continues to be a vexed area of research across a wide range of theoretical and empirical approaches, the ...
Contextualising generic and universal generalisations: quantifier domain restriction and the generic overgeneralisation effect
(Oxford University Press (OUP), 2019-10-14)
Generic generalisations (e.g. ‘tigers have stripes’, ‘ducks lay eggs’) refer to a characteristic property of a kind. Recently, the generics-as-default view has posited that we have a bias towards interpreting universally ...
Generic and Universal Generalisations: Contextualising the 'Generic Overgeneralisation' Effect.