This introductory chapter discusses the importance of word order in the elicitation of textual meaning and methodologies for studying word order. It surveys theoretical concepts used in the book, including thematic roles, pragmatic (informational) structure, tripartite structures, semantics of focus, typetheoretical notation, discourse configurationality, and prosodic structure.
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