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Final Programme for ICCG9 + IFNW2016

ICCG9+IFNW2016 Programme 


Accepted Papers:

General Session – Long Presentations:


“On means auf”: the semantics of English and German prepositional complements in contrast        
Uhrig, P. & Zeschel, A.

Signs as Constructions                       
Occhino-Kehoe, C. & Lepic, R.

What the … ? The emotion of question augmentatives  
Ellsworth, M.

Semantic and Pragmatic Aspects of The Concessive-Comparative Construction “(até que) para X, Y”                                                         
da Silva Pires, G. & Matos Rocha, L.

Emergent constructions in the Portuguese in East Timorese: expanding the network of SE constructions 
Afonso, S.

The Preverb-Verb Construction in Indo-European: Synchronic analysis and diachronic development
Eythorsson, T.

(Re)production in performance: a Construction Grammar analysis of Baltic folk songs  

Dautartas, G.

A Constructicon for Russian                

Barylnikova, D., Tyers, F. & Rakhilina, E.

A constructicon-based approach to teaching Swedish as a second language      

Håkansson, C., Lyngfelt, B., Olofsson, J. & Prentice, J. [Slides]

A usage-based approach to the spray/load alternation   

Otani, N.

Adding Constraints to the Brazilian Portuguese Constructicon

Lage, L., Torrent, T. & Matos, E.

Be My Guest – Polysemy in FrameNet resources

Friberg Heppin, K. & Dannélls, D.

Building a scalar model for Finnish verbs of remaining and their polarity    

Dubois, G.

Comparative Correlative Constructions in New Englishes       

Hoffmann, T.

Constructicon and syntax – on relations between constructions and constructs   

Lyngfelt, B.

Construction Grammar and Derivational Morphology.    

Costa, I. & Miranda, N.

Designing a Constructicon of English   

Herbst, T.

Frame Integration in the Evolution of the Verb Plēróō in Ancient Greek      

Ioannou, G.

Generic vs. Concrete – Spanish Inanimate and Animate Direct Objects Align Alike      

Della Costanza, M.

Information structure and the pragmatics of three verbal negation constructions in Br Portuguese    

Silva, L. & Mello, H. [Slides]

Nice and Adj/Adv Construction in Imperative       

Fujinaga, K.

One constructicon or two ? caused-motion-construction in French-German bilingual children  

Scholtz, K. & Koch, N.

Prepositional constructions different in spoken and written genre     

Kuznetsova, J. & Makarova, A.

Prosody and constructional meaning: data on spoken Brazilian Portuguese        

Mello, H. & Bossaglia, G. [Slides]

The acquisition of the German Verbklammer (ʹ′verb braceʹ′) – an item-based construction?    

Koch, N.

The dynamics of patterns and constructions       

Petré, P.

Identifying Chinese Constructions in Natural Discourse 

Tian, Z. & Zhang, W.

Frame Relevance: a measure for distinguishing between arguments and adjuncts        

Leino, J., Hamunen, M., Kittilä, S. & Rostila, J.

Frame evoking non-lexical elements    

Denbæk, J.

Cognitive Construals underlying Grammatical Aspects and Modalities in Dravidian Languages        

Muralidaran, V. & Katrapati, G.

Post-constructionalization constructional changes in the Dutch aan-dative 

Geleyn, T.

Multiple source constructions in language change: a case study.     

McColm, D.

Constructions in Functional Discourse Grammar  

ten Wolde, E.

Fact constructions across languages   

Kittilä, S.

The Future (interpretation) of the Finnish Progressive Construction  

Niva, H.

Mixed inheritance in possessive constructions    

Nikolaeva, I.

On the construcitonalization of [NP1+Vi+le (了)+NP2] in Mandarin Chinese        

LI, Y. [Slides]

English Transparent Free Relatives: A Construction-Based Approach        

Kim, J.

Pseudocoordination in Mainland Scandinavian. The gå ‘go/walk’-construction in the history of Swedish     

Andersson, P. & Blensenius, K.

Two Types of Change in Case Marking in Experiencer Constructions: Impersonalization vs. Anticausativization 

Eythorsson, T. & Sigurdardottir, S.

Argument Structure Constructions and Metaphor in Null Instantiation Patterns    

David, O.

Paradigms on the level of phrases within a constructional network   

Odden, O.

The relation between motion verbs and motion constructions – a question of lexicogrammatical attract     

Olofsson, J.

Comparing constructi(c)ons across languages     

Lyngfelt, B., Torrent, T., Bäckström, L. & Laviola, A.

Quasi-grammatical constructions: lexical expression of grammatical meanings   

Plungian, V., Rakhilina, E. & Letuchiy, A.

Definiteness and finite clause complements        

Leino, J.

Pragmatics and construction choice in cognitive sociolinguistics: contrastive negation in English    

Silvennoinen, O.

Semi-auxiliaries in French from a Frames and Constructions diachronic perspective     

Bouveret, M.

Reconstructing Constructionalization: The Story of Topics in Sirva  

Daniels, D.

Grammar and image: how language modulates grammar and grammar modulates image       

Suarez Abreu, A. & Barbieri Vieira, S.

Constructions are not predictable but motivated: Evidence from the Spanish completive reflexive   

Lewandowski, W.

Parallel texts in cross-linguistic constructional research

Perkova, N.

Pivot constructions as mitigated echolalia by Brazialian children with Autistic Spectrum Disorder    

Dornelas, A. & Matos Rocha, L.

The acceptability of ba+subject-oriented resultative construction in Chinese       

Yu, S.

Phrasal Verbs: a lexicongrammar teaching perspective 

Barbieri Vieira, S. & Suarez Abreu, A.

From syntactic tests to constructional diagnostics of the role of argument structure constructions   

Pedersen, J.


Three-minute Madness Session – Short Presentations:


A study on the use of arguments in nominalizations finished in -TION in academic texts of native speakers

Loureiro, G.

A constructional case study regarding the legitimacy of continuous tenses in Albanian

Cane, E.

Foregrounding and Backgrounding in biblical narrative

Miranda, L.

Discrepancies between the passive construction in Brazilian Portuguese and English

Guimarães, M. & Souza, R.

Word Profile Automatic Tracking Through the Prism of Construction Grammars and Distributionalism

E. Cartier

From discourse to syntax: a quantitative look into the strategies of subject indetermination in Brazilian Portuguese

Rosa, R.

Machine Translation for Entity Nouns in a Qualia-Enriched Domain-Specific FrameNet

Diniz da Costa, A.

The usage of inceptive constructions in Brazilian Portuguese and in European Portuguese

Rafael, G.

Constructional tolerance in the Brazilian Portuguese Caused-Motion Construction Syntax

Ribeiro, F.

Se pá constructions in Brazilian Portuguese: a preliminary Construction Grammar approach

Agostini, T. & Hirata-Vale, F.

Linguistic and Computational Modeling of the Active Transitive, Ergative and Split Object Constructicons

de Almeida, V.

A Cognitive Analysis Of The Deictic Expression Here (Aqui) In Interviews And In Comic Strips

Passos Ferraz Pinheiro, H.

Type noun constructions in North Scandinavian

Odden, O.