Issue 2

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Table of contents

Title Author(s) Pages
Resolving scope ambiguity: Lexicon, pragmatics, information structure Valentina Apresjan Pages 7-30
Raising and similar phenomena in Russian (mainly based on the behavior of pronouns) Alexander B. Letuchiy / Anna V. Viklova Pages 31-60
Methods of data mining in the task of distinguishing between folklore and author’s texts Liudmila V. Shchegoleva / Aleksandr A. Lebedev / Nikolai D. Moskin Pages 61-74
Language of touch: Biological aspects of social touch perception and the system of tactile communicative signals Anton A. Varlamov / Anna N. Kravchenko / Aleksandra V. Gorbacheva / Mikhail A. Osadchiy Pages 75-92
Towards etymologization of the lexical substrate of Northern Russia: Russian dialectal sénduxa, séndux Nadezhda V. Kabinina Pages 93-103
Persian adjectives in the light of Typological Prototype Theory Amin Karimi / Vali Rezai Pages 104-123
[Review of:] M. Buras. Istina sushchestvuet. Zhizn’ Andreya Zaliznyaka v rasskazakh ee uchastnikov [The truth does exist: Andrey Zaliznyak’s life recounted by its attendees]. Moscow: Individuum, 2019. 360 p. ISBN 978-5-6042627-7-1. Vladimir Plungian Pages 124-127
[Review of:] E. V. Paducheva. Egotsentricheskie edinitsy yazyka [Egocentric language units]. 2nd edn. Moscow: YaSK Publishing House, 2019. 440 p. ISBN 978-5-907117-23-5. Galina I. Kustova Pages 128-135
[Review of:] M. Fortescue, M. Mithun, N. Evans (eds.). The Oxford handbook of polysynthesis. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2017. xvi + 1070 p. ISBN 978-0-19-968320-8. Peter Arkadiev Pages 136-151
[Review of:] V. Dayal. Questions. (Oxford Surveys in Semantics and Pragmatics.) Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2017. 352 p. ISBN 9780199281268. Natalia A. Zevakhina Pages 152-158
[Review of:] K. L. Snider. Tone analysis for field linguistics. Dallas: SIL International Publications, 2018, 206 p. ISBN: 978-1-55671-422-1. Maria Konoshenko Pages 159-164

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