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Syntax and semantics. vol.16, : the syntax of native American languages

Syntax and semantics. vol.16, : the syntax of native American languages

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단행본
Personal Author
Cook, Eung-Do. Gerdts, Donna B.
Title Statement
Syntax and semantics. vol.16,. the syntax of native American languages / edited by Eung-Do Cook, Donna B. Gerdts.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Orlando :   Academic Press,   1984.  
Physical Medium
xiii, 34 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
ISBN
0126135169 (alk. paper)
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographies and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Indians --Languages --Syntax.
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Table of Contents


CONTENTS
Contributors = ⅸ
Preface = xi
Themes and Absolutives : Some Semantic Rules in Tzotzil / JUDITH AlSSEN = 1
 1. Theme and Absolutive = 1
 2. Assumptions = 2
 3. Tzotzil = 3
 4. Quantification = 4
 5. Themes, Initial Absolutives, and Antipassive = 10
 6. The Distinctness of Initial Absolutives and Themes = 15
 7. Conclusion = 19
 References = 19
Kwakwala Syntax and the Government­Binding Theory / STEPHEN R. ANDERSON = 21
 1. A Sketch of Kwakwala Structure = 24
 2. Special Properties of Kwakwala Subjects = 28
 3. Distinguishing Subjects from Nonsubjects = 43
 4. Subjects versus Nonsubjects in Kwakwala = 48
 5. Conclusion = 66
 References = 74
Moving Interrogatives without an Initial + WH Node in Tup$$\acute i$$ / FRANK ROBERTS BRANDON ; LUCY FERREIRA SEKI = 77
 1. Introduction = 77
 2. Interrogative Sentences in Tup$$\acute i$$ = 81
 3. Q­Substitution and Tup$$\acute i$$ = 87
 4. Conclusions = 99
 References = 102
Clause Reduction in Ancash Quechua / PETER COLE = 105
 1. Introduction = 105
 2. Ancash = 106
 3. The Distribution of Putative Object­to­Object Raising in Ancash = 108
 4. Properties of Clause Reduction versus Object­to­Object Raising = 110
 5. Validation = 111
 6. Object­Verb Agreement = 113
 7. Word Order = 115
 8. Conclusions = 116
 Appendix = 117
 References = 120
Choctaw Switch­Reference and Levels of Syntactic Representation / WILLIAM D. DAVIES = 123
 1. Introduction = 123
 2. Switch­Reference Phenomena = 124
 3. Some Basic Notions of Relational Grammar = 126
 4. Inversion in Choctaw = 128
 5. The Inversion Structure = 136
 6. Switch­Reference in Choctaw = 139
 7. Conclusion = 145
 References = 146
An Expression of Coreference in Bella Coola / PHILIP W. DAVIS ; ROSS SAUNDERS = 149
 1. Introduction = 149
 2. A Rule of Pronominalization = 152
 3. The Anaphoric Pattern = 158
 4. The Cataphoric Pattern = 162
 5. Conclusion = 164
 References = 167
A Relational Analysis of Halkomelem Causals / DONNA B. GERDTS = 169
 1. Introduction = 169
 2. Outline of Relational Grammar = 171
 3. Some Basic Rules of Halkomelem = 176
 4. Causals in Halkomelem = 181
 5. Causal Constructions and the Unaccusative Hypothesis = 189
 6. Passives of Caus­2 Constructions and the 1­AEX = 199
 7. Conclusion = 202
 References = 203
Raising to Subject in Moose Cree : A Problem for Subjacency / DEBORAH JAMES = 205
 1. Background Data = 205
 2. Evidence for the Existence of Raising to Subject = 207
 3. Implications for Linguistic Theory = 210
 References = 213
Empty Categories, Rules of Grammar, and Kwakwala Complementation / ROBERT D. LEVINE = 215
 1. Introduction = 215
 2. Alternative Analyses = 217
 3. Anaphora as a Logical Operation = 238
 References = 245
Switch­Reference and Subject Raising in Seri / STEPHEN A. MARLETT = 247
 1. Introduction = 247
 2. Basic Switch­Reference Facts = 248
 3. Basic Subject Raising Facts = 250
 4. The Notion "First Subject" = 263
 5. Conclusions = 266
 References = 267
Floating Quantifiers in Pima / PAMELA MUNRO = 269
 1. Pima: An Introduction = 269
 2. Quantifier Float in Pima = 272
 3. Interpretation of Pima Floated Quantifiers = 276
 4. Combinations of Floated Quantifiers = 283
 5. Floating Quantifiers and Pima Syntactic Structure References = 286
On the Nonergativity and Intransitivity of Relative Clauses in Labrador Inuttut / LAWRENCE R. SMITH = 289
 1. Introduction = 289
 2. Background and Theoretical Relevance = 291
 3. An Initial Example of Relativization = 293
 4. An Array of Relative Clause Structures = 295
 5. An Apparent Generalization about Relative Clauses = 298
 6. Transitivity in Relative Clauses = 299
 7. Relativization into the Subject of the Transitive Relative Clause and Detransitivization = 302
 8. Relativization into the Object of the Relative Clause = 306
 9. A Reanalysis of Putative Transitive Relative Clauses = 308
 10. Conclusion = 312
 References = 314
Index = 317
Contents of Previous Volumes = 325


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