Degraded Acceptability And Markedness in Syntax And The Stochastic Interpretation Of Optimality Theory

Vogel R (2006)
In: Gradience In Grammar. Generative Perspectives. Fanselow G, Féry C, Vogel R, Schlesewsky M (Eds); Oxford linguistics. Oxford: Oxford University Press: 246-269.

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Vogel R. Degraded Acceptability And Markedness in Syntax And The Stochastic Interpretation Of Optimality Theory. In: Fanselow G, Féry C, Vogel R, Schlesewsky M, eds. Gradience In Grammar. Generative Perspectives. Oxford linguistics. Oxford: Oxford University Press; 2006: 246-269.
Vogel, R. (2006). Degraded Acceptability And Markedness in Syntax And The Stochastic Interpretation Of Optimality Theory. In G. Fanselow, C. Féry, R. Vogel, & M. Schlesewsky (Eds.), Oxford linguistics. Gradience In Grammar. Generative Perspectives (pp. 246-269). Oxford: Oxford University Press. doi:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199274796.003.0013
Vogel, R. (2006). “Degraded Acceptability And Markedness in Syntax And The Stochastic Interpretation Of Optimality Theory” in Gradience In Grammar. Generative Perspectives, Fanselow, G., Féry, C., Vogel, R., and Schlesewsky, M. eds. Oxford linguistics (Oxford: Oxford University Press), 246-269.
Vogel, R., 2006. Degraded Acceptability And Markedness in Syntax And The Stochastic Interpretation Of Optimality Theory. In G. Fanselow, et al., eds. Gradience In Grammar. Generative Perspectives. Oxford linguistics. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 246-269.
R. Vogel, “Degraded Acceptability And Markedness in Syntax And The Stochastic Interpretation Of Optimality Theory”, Gradience In Grammar. Generative Perspectives, G. Fanselow, et al., eds., Oxford linguistics, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006, pp.246-269.
Vogel, R.: Degraded Acceptability And Markedness in Syntax And The Stochastic Interpretation Of Optimality Theory. In: Fanselow, G., Féry, C., Vogel, R., and Schlesewsky, M. (eds.) Gradience In Grammar. Generative Perspectives. Oxford linguistics. p. 246-269. Oxford University Press, Oxford (2006).
Vogel, Ralf. “Degraded Acceptability And Markedness in Syntax And The Stochastic Interpretation Of Optimality Theory”. Gradience In Grammar. Generative Perspectives. Ed. Gisbert Fanselow, Caroline Féry, Ralf Vogel, and Matthias Schlesewsky. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006. Oxford linguistics. 246-269.
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