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Nominalizations (2회 대출)

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Koptjevskaja-Tamm, Maria.
서명 / 저자사항
Nominalizations / Maria Koptjevskaja-Tamm.
발행사항
London ; :   Routledge,   1993.  
형태사항
xviii, 333 p. ; 22 cm.
총서사항
Theoretical linguistics
ISBN
0415060206
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [307]-323) and indexes.
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CONTENTS
Acknowledgements = xiii
Abbreviations = xv
Part 1 Theoretical background = 1
 1. Preliminaries: the aim of this book = 3
  1.1. Goals of the study = 3
  1.2. Stating the problem = 5
  1.3. Illustrating the problem: internal syntax of Russian ANCs = 8
  1.4. The problem of arguments = 9
  1.5. Semantics of ANCs = 15
 2. ANCs as non-finite noun clauses = 22
  2.0. Introduction = 22
  2.1. Subordination, 'balancing' and 'deranking' = 22
  2.2. Types of noun clauses = 24
  2.3. Language specific variations in the semantic range of ANCs, some examples = 45
  2.4. Lexical nominalization vs. clausal nominalization = 49
 3. Noun phrases vs. finite clauses in different languages = 53
  3.0. Introduction = 53
  3.1. Noun phrases vs. finite clauses - a universal opposition? = 54
  3.2. Discussion of the basis for a classification of ANCs across languages = 58
  3.3. The typology of ANCs = 60
  3.4. Isomorphism between NPs and finite clauses : formulating the problem = 65
  3.5. Affinities between noun phrases and finite clauses: more examples = 69
Part 2 The data = 77
 4. The data base = 79
  4.0. Introduction = 79
  4.1. Obtaining data = 79
  4.2. Characteristics of the sample = 82
 5. Type 1: 'Sentential' = 90
  5.0. Introduction = 90
  5.1. 'Ideal' representatives: Korean and Archi = 90
  5.2. Problems in defining the pattern = 94
  5.3. Head-marking in the SENT type = 98
  5.4. Further characteristics of the SENT type = 102
  5.5. Intra-lexemic syntactic variation = 103
  5.6. Summary = 108
 6. Type 2: 'Possessive-Accusative' = 110
  6.0. Introduction = 110
  6.1. 'Ideal' representatives: Selkup and West Greenlandic = 110
  6.2. Problems in defining the pattern = 116
  6.3. Head-marking in the POSS-ACC type = 120
  6.4. Further characteristics of the POSS-ACC type = 122
  6.5. Intra-lexemic syntactic variation = 126
 7. Type 3: 'Ergative-Possessive' = 129
  7.0. Introduction = 129
  7.1. Languages with agentive passives = 130
  7.2. Pure OBL-POSS nominalizations vs. passives:possible connections = 137
  7.3. Languages without agentive passives = 156
  7.4. Head-marking in the ERG-POSS type = 159
  7.5. Further characteristics of the pure ERG-POSS type = 159
  7.6. Intra-lexemic syntactic variation = 161
  7.7. Summary = 161
 8. Type 4: 'Nominal' = 165
  8.0. Introduction = 165
  8.1. The DBL-POSS subtype = 165
  8.2. The POSS-ADN subtype = 170
  8.3. Summary = 180
 9. Less frequent types = 181
  9.0. Introduction = 181
  9.1. Type 5: 'Mixed' = 181
  9.2. Type 6: 'Incorporating' = 184
  9.3. Type 7: 'Relative' = 191
  9.4. Type 8: 'Argument-Reducing' = 194
 10. Splits and variation = 197
  10.0. Introduction = 197
  10.1. Lexical, semantic and functional splits = 197
  10.2. Referentiality/animacy split = 201
  10.3. Ambiguities = 203
  10.4. Alienable vs. inalienable possession and ANCs = 210
  10.5. Pattern shifts and intra-lexemic variation = 214
Part 3 Discussion = 215
 11. Explanation of type-membership = 221
  11.0. Introduction = 221
  11.1. Genetic and areal distribution of the nominalization types = 222
  11.2. Complement systems = 223
  11.3. Word order = 229
  11.4. The structure of non-derived NPs = 234
  11.5. Head-marking = 236
  11.6. Nominativity vs. ergativity = 241
  11.7. Morphological type = 245
 12. Explanation of the attested types = 247
  12.0. Introduction = 247
  12.1. Finite clauses vs. NPs vs. ANCs: direct analogy or modelling? = 248
  12.2. Sentence-like vs. NP-like properties of ANCs = 254
  12.3. ANCs as products of competing motivations = 257
  12.4. Inflection vs. derivation and ANCs = 263
  12.5. Why an action nominal construction? = 266
 Summary = 271
Appendix A: Alphabetical language index = 273
Appendix B: ANC types with examples = 280
Notes = 300
Bibliography = 307
Author index = 324
Language index = 327
Subject index = 330


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