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Corbett, Greville G.
서명 / 저자사항
Gender / Greville G. Corbett.
발행사항
Cambridge [England] ;   New York :   Cambridge University Press,   1991.  
형태사항
xix, 363 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
총서사항
Cambridge textbooks in linguistics
ISBN
0521329396 (hardback) 052133845X (pbk.)
서지주기
Includes bibliographical references (p. 324-351) and indexes.
일반주제명
Grammar, Comparative and general -- Gender.
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CONTENTS
List figures = xiii
List of tables = xv
Preface = xvii
List of abbreviations = xix
1. INTRODUCTION = 1
 1.1 Gender in the languages of the world = 1
 1.2 General approach and outline of the book = 2
 1.3 Presentation of data = 6
2. GENDER ASSIGNMENT 1: SEMANTIC SYSTEMS = 7
 2.1 Strict semantic systems = 8
  2.1.1 Tamil and other Dravidian languages = 8
  2.1.2 Other strict semantic systems = 11
 2.2 Predominantly semantic systems = 13
  2.2.1 Zande = 14
  2.2.2 Dyirbal = 15
  2.2.3 Ket = 19
  2.2.4 Ojibwa and other Algonquian languages = 20
  2.2.5 Lak and other Caucasian languages = 24
  2.2.6 Other partially semantic systems = 29
 2.3 The criteria on which semantic systems are based = 30
 2.4 Conclusion = 32
3. GENDER ASSIGNMENT Ⅱ: FORMAL SYSTEMS = 33
 3.1 Morphological systems = 34
  3.1.1 Russian = 34
  3.1.2 Swahili and other Bantu languages = 43
  3.1.3 The features on which morphological systems are based = 49
 3.2 Phonological systems = 51
  3.2.1 Qafar = 51
  3.2.2 Hausa = 52
  3.2.3 Godie and other Kru languages = 53
  3.2.4 Yimas = 55
  3.2.5 French = 57
  3.2.6 The features on which phonological systems are based = 62
 3.3 General characteristics of assignment systems = 62
  3.3.1 Overt and covert gender = 62
  3.3.2 Overlapping of assignment criteria = 63
  3.3.3 Problematic nouns = 66
 3.4 Conclusion = 68
4. THE PSYCHOLINGUISTIC STATUS OF GENDER ASSIGNMENT = 70
 4.1 Borrowings = 70
  4.1.1 Assignment of borrowings by normal rules = 71
  4.1.2 Claims for special assignment rules = 75
 4.2 Child language acquisition = 82
 4.3 Experimental evidence = 89
 4.4 Residual meaning of gender = 92
 4.5 Diachronic evidence = 97
 4.6 Conclusion = 104
5. GENDER AGREEMENT = 105
 5.1 Elements showing gender agreement = 106
 5.2 The form of gender agreement = 115
  5.2.1 The morphology of gender agreement = 115
  5.2.2 Alliterative concord = 117
  5.2.3 A complex example: Khinalug = 119
 5.3 Limits on gender agreement = 123
  5.3.1 Syntactic restrictions = 124
  5.3.2 Interaction with tense = 125
  5.3.3 Interaction with person = 126
  5.3.4 Interaction with number = 132
  5.3.5 Interaction with case = 132
  5.3.6 Morphological class = 133
  5.3.7 Phonological constraints = 134
  5.3.8 Lexical restrictions = 134
 5.4 Lack of agreement: classifiers = 136
 5.5 The gaining and losing of gender agreement = 137
 5.6 Conclusion = 143
6. ESTABLISHING THE NUMBER OF GENDERS = 145
 6.1 Terms = 146
 6.2 Agreement classes = 147
 6.3 Controller genders and target genders = 150
  6.3.1 The relation of gender and number = 154
  6.3.2 Relation to semantics = 158
  6.3.3 The relation of controller genders to target genders = 159
 6.4 The maximalist problem = 161
  6.4.1 Subgenders = 161
  6.4.2 Overdifferentiated targets and pronominal gender systems = 168
  6.4.3 Inquorate genders = 170
  6.4.4 Defective nouns = 175
  6.4.5 Consistent agreement patterns = 176
  6.4.6 Combined gender systems = 184
 6.5 Conclusion = 188
7. TARGET GENDERS: SYNCRETISM AND ENFORCED GENDER FORMS = 189
 7.1 Gender and number = 189
  7.1.1 Syncretism: further examples of convergent and crossed systems = 190
  7.1.2 Types of syncretism = 194
  7.1.3 Diachronic implications = 198
 7.2 Neutral agreement = 203
  7.2.1 The problem = 204
  7.2.2 Strategy 1 : the use of a regular gender/number form = 205
  7.2.3 Strategy 2 : the use of a unique neutral agreement form = 214
  7.2.4 Extension of use of neutral agreement forms = 216
  7.2.5 Neutral agreement : summing up = 217
 7.3 Gender agreement with noun phrases involving reference problems = 218
  7.3.1 Use of one possible form by convention = 219
  7.3.2 Use of an 'evasive' form = 221
  7.3.3 Use of a special form = 223
  7.3.4 No strategy = 223
 7.4 Conclusion = 223
8. HYBRID NOUNS AND THE AGREEMENT HIERARCHY = 225
 8.1 The Agreement Hierarchy = 225
  8.1.1 Data = 226
  8.1.2 Wider considerations = 236
 8.2 Personal pronouns = 241
 8.3 Diachrony = 248
 8.4 Conclusion = 259
9. GENDER RESOLUTION RULES = 261
 9.1 Features requiring resolution = 262
  9.1.1 Person resolution = 262
  9.1.2 Number resolution = 263
  9.1.3 Gender resolution = 264
 9.2 The application of resolution rules = 264
  9.2.1 Agreement with one conjunct = 265
  9.2.2 Factors favouring resolution = 267
 9.3 Semantic gender resolution = 269
 9.4 Syntactic gender resolution = 279
 9.5 Mixed semantic and syntactic gender resolution = 284
 9.6 Strategies for gender resolution = 290
  9.6.1 Markedness: an inadequate motivation = 290
  9.6.2 Semantic justification and clear marking of plurality = 293
 9.7 Diachrony = 299
 9.8 Conclusion = 306
10. GENERALIZATIONS AND PROSPECTS = 307
 10.1 Meaning and form = 307
  10.1.1 A perspective on gender systems = 307
  10.1.2 Earlier research on gender = 308
 10.2 Diachrony = 310
  10.2.1 The rise of gender systems = 310
  10.2.2 The development of gender systems = 312
  10.2.3 The decline of gender systems = 315
 10.3 Prospects = 318
  10.3.1 Descriptive studies = 319
  10.3.2 The function of gender = 320
  10.3.3 Collaborative work = 323
References = 324
Author index = 352
Language index = 357
Subject index = 361


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