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Morphology (23회 대출)

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Katamba, Francis , 1947-.
서명 / 저자사항
Morphology / Francis Katamba.
발행사항
London :   Macmillan ,   1993.  
형태사항
xiii, 354 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
총서사항
Modern linguistics series
ISBN
0333541138 (hardcover) 0333541146 (paperback)
서지주기
Includes bibliographical references (p. 335-345) and indexes.
일반주제명
Grammar, Comparative and general --Morphology.
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CONTENTS
Preface = xi
Acknowledgements = xii
Abbreviations and Symbols = xiii
Chart of Phonetic Symbols (International Phonetic Alphabet: IPA) = xiv
PART Ⅰ BACKGROUND
 Chapter 1 Introduction = 3
  1.1 The Emergence of Morphology = 3
  1.2 Morphology in American Structural Linguistics = 3
  1.3 The Concept of Chomskyan Generative Grammar = 5
   1.3.1 The place of morphology in early generative grammar = 10
   1.3.2 The morphology-phonology interaction = 13
   1.3.3 The morphology-syntax interaction = 13
  1.4 Organization of the Book = 15
 Chapter 2 Introduction to Word-structure = 17
  2.1 What is a Word? = 17
   2.1.1 The lexeme = 17
   2.1.2 Word-form = 18
   2.1.3 The grammatical word = 19
  2.2 Morphemes: the Smallest Units of Meaning = 19
   2.2.1 Analysing words = 21
   2.2.2 Morphemes, morphs and allomorphs = 23
   2.2.3 Grammatical conditioning, lexical conditioning and suppletion = 30
   2.2.4 Underlying representations = 31
  2.3 The Nature of Morphemes = 34
  2.4 Summary = 38
 Chapter 3 Types of Morphemes = 41
  3.1 Roots, Affixes, Stems and Bases = 41
   3.1.1 Roots = 41
   3.1.2 Affixes = 44
   3.1.3 Roots, stems and Bases = 45
   3.1.4 Stem extenders = 46
  3.2 Inflectional and Derivational Morphemes = 47
  3.3 Multiple Affixation = 52
  3.4 Compounding = 54
  3.5 Conversion = 54
  3.6 Morphological Typology = 56
  3.7 WP and the Centrality of the Word = 60
 Chapter 4 Productivity in Word-Formation = 65
  4.1 The Open-endedness of the Lexicon = 65
   4.1.1 What is productivity? = 66
   4.1.2 Semi-productivity = 71
   4.1.3 Productivity and creativity = 72
  4.2 Constraints on Productivity = 73
   4.2.1 Blocking = 73
  4.3 Does Productivity Separate Inflection from Derivation? = 79
  4.4 The Nature of the Lexicon = 82
   4.4.1 Potential words = 82
   4.4.2 Knowledge of language and the role of the lexicon = 82
PART Ⅱ MORPHOLOGY AND ITS RELATION TO THE LEXICON AND PHONOLOGY
 Chapter 5 Introducing Lexical Morphology = 89
  5.1 The Lexical Phonology and Morphology Model = 89
  5.2 Lexical Strata = 89
   5.2.1 Derivation in lexical morphology = 92
   5.2.2 Inflection in lexical morphology = 100
  5.3 Lexical Rules = 104
  5.4 Differences between Lexical and Post-lexical Rules = 106
 Chapter 6 Insights from Lexical Morphology = 111
  6.1 Introduction = 111
  6.2 Insights from Lexical Morphology = 111
   6.2.1 Stratum ordering reflecting morpheme scquencing = 113
   6.2.2 Stratum ordering and productivity = 118
   6.2.3 Stratum ordering and conversion = 120
   6.2.4 The Strict Cycle Condition = 123
 Chapter 7 Lexical Morphology: An Appraisal = 133
  7.1 Introduction: The Claims made by Lexical Phonology = 133
  7.2 Criticisms of Lexical Phonology = 133
   7.2.1 Are lexical strata determined by affixes rather than roots? = 134
   7.2.2 Do affixes uniquely belong to one stratum? = 135
   7.2.3 How many strata are needed? = 139
   7.2.4 Are phonological rules restricted to one stratum? = 140
   7.2.5 Are morphological rules restricted to one stratum? = 143
  7.3 Conclusion = 151
 Chapter 8 Prosodic Morphology = 154
  8.1 Introduction = 154
  8.2 Phonological Prelude: Autosegmental Phonology = 154
   8.2.1 Autosegmental phonology: mapping principles = 155
   8.2.2 The skeletal tier = 160
  8.3 Prosodic Morphology = 163
   8.3.1 Arabic Binyanim = 163
   8.3.2 Prosodic morphology and nonconcatenative morphology = 165
   8.3.3 The morpheme tier hypothesis = 172
  8.4 Conclusion = 177
 Chapter 9 Template and Prosodic Morphology = 180
  9.1 What is Reduplication? = 180
  9.2 Is Reduplication Constituent Copying? = 182
  9.3 CV-templates and Reduplication = 184
   9.3.1 Underspecification = 184
   9.3.2 Reduplication as prefixation = 186
   9.3.3 Reduplication as suffixation = 189
   9.3.4 Internal reduplication = 191
   9.3.5 Prosodic Morphology = 192
  9.4 Metathesis = 197
  9.5 Conclusion = 200
PART Ⅲ MORPHOLOGY AND ITS RELATION TO THE LEXICON AND SYNTAX
 Chapter 10 Inflectional Morphology = 205
  10.1 Introduction = 205
  10.2 Inflection and Derivation = 205
   10.2.1 Differentiating between inflection and derivation = 206
   10.2.2 Relevance and generality = 212
   10.2.3 Is morphology necessary? = 217
  10.3 Verbal Inflectional Categories = 220
   10.3.1 Inherent verbal properties = 220
   10.3.2 Agreement properties of verbs = 225
   10.3.3 Configurational properties of verbs = 227
  10.4 Inflectional Categories of Nouns = 233
   10.4.1 Inherent categories of nouns = 233
   10.4.2 Agreement categories of nouns = 236
   10.4.3 Configurational categories of nouns = 237
  10.5 Clitics = 245
 Chapter 11 Morphological Mapping of Grammatical Functions = 255
  11.1 Introduction = 255
  11.2 Predicates, Arguments and Lexical Entries = 255
  11.3 Theta-roles and Lexical Entries = 256
  11.4 Grammatical Relations = 262
  11.5 Grammatical Function Changing Rules = 264
   11.5.1 Passive = 267
   11.5.2 Antipassive = 269
   11.5.3 Applicative = 270
   11.5.4 Causative = 274
  11.6 The Mirror Principle = 275
  11.7 Incorporation = 282
   11.7.1 Noun incorporation = 283
   11.7.3 Preposition incorporation = 285
  11.8 Conclusion = 286
 Chapter 12 Idioms and Compounds: The Interpenetration of the Lexicon, Morphology and Syntax = 291
  12.1 Introduction : The Interface between Modules = 291
  12.2 Phonological Factors in compounding = 292
  12.3 Are Compounds Different from Syntactic Phrases? = 293
   12.3.1 The notion 'word' revisited = 294
   12.3.2 Listemes = 295
   12.3.3 Unlisted morphological objects = 296
   12.3.4 Syntactic objects and syntactic atoms = 297
  12.4 The Character of Word-formation Rules = 302
   12.4.1 Headedness of compounds = 303
   12.4.2 The Right-hand Head Rule (RHR) = 311
   12.4.3 Left-headed compounds = 315
   12.4.4 Headless compounds = 319
  12.5 Compounding and Derivation = 322
   12.5.1 Cranberry words = 322
   12.5.2 Neo-classical compounds = 323
  12.6 Conclusion = 325
Glossary = 330
References = 335
Index of Languages = 346
Subject Index = 348
Author Index = 353


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