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Argument structure in usage-based construction grammar : experimental and corpus-based perspectives

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Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Perek, Florent.
Title Statement
Argument structure in usage-based construction grammar : experimental and corpus-based perspectives / Florent Perek, University of Basel.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Amsterdam ;   Philadelphia :   John Benjamins Publishing Company,   c2015.  
Physical Medium
x, 246 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Series Statement
Constructional Approaches to Language,1573-594X ; volume 17
ISBN
9789027204394 (HB : alk. paper)
General Note
Revised edition of author's Ph.D. dissertation - Verbs, Constructions, Alternations: Usage-based perspectives on argument realization (Universität Freiburg and Université Lille III, 2012).  
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 219-233) and indexes.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Construction grammar. English language --Verb. Functionalism (Linguistics). Corpora (Linguistics).
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Contents information

Table of Contents

CONTENTS
Acknowledgments = ix
CHAPTER 1 Introduction = 1
 1.1 Overview : Argument realization = 1
 1.2 Usage-based linguistics = 6
 1.3 Structure of the book = 10
  1.3.1 PartⅠ : Verbs = 10
  1.3.2 PartⅡ : Constructions = 11
  1.3.3 PartⅢ : Alternations = 11
Part Ⅰ. Verbs
 CHAPTER 2 Usage-based perspectives on verb valency = 15
  2.1 The verb in argument realization = 15
  2.2 The division of labor between verbs and constructions = 27
  2.3 A usage-based account of verb valency = 37
  2.4 Summary = 42
 CHAPTER 3 Empirical evidence for usage-based valency = 45
  3.1 The hypothesis and its predictions = 45
  3.2 Assessing cognitive accessibility = 49
  3.3 Comparison with usage data = 65
  3.4 Conclusion = 74
Part Ⅱ. Constructions
 CHAPTER 4 The usage basis of constructional meaning = 79
  4.1 The lexical origin of constructional meaning = 79
  4.2 Problems with the lexical basis of constructions = 90
  4.3 Conclusion = 102
 CHAPTER 5 The importance of local generalizations = 105
  5.1 Low-level schemas = 105
  5.2 Low-level schemas in the conative construction = 111
  5.3 Summary and conclusion = 139
Part Ⅲ. Alternations
 CHAPTER 6 Alternations as units of linguistic knowledge = 145
  6.1 Argument structure alternations = 145
  6.2 Alternations in construction grammar = 147
  6.3 Alternations as allostructions = 151
  6.4 Alternation-based productivity = 167
  6.5 Conclusion = 173
 CHAPTER 7 The usage basis of alternation-based productivity = 175
  7.1 Asymmetries in alternations : An experiment = 175
  7.2 Results = 184
  7.3 Accounting for productivity asymmetries = 194
  7.4 Conclusion and prospects = 206
Conclusion
 CHAPTER 8 Summary and evaluation = 211
  8.1 Usage-based perspectives on argument realization = 211
  8.2 Theoretical and methodological implications = 216
References = 219
Appendix = 235
Constructions index = 239
Name index = 241
Subject index = 245

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