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Nominalization in Asian Languages : Diachronic and Typological Perspectives

de Grunow-Harsta, Karen (Ed.) ; Wrona, Janick (Ed.) ; Yap, Foong Ha (Ed.)
Collation: 1 vol. (796 p.) ; 25 cmCollection: Typological studies in language ; 96Édition: Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : John Benjamins Pub. Company, 2011.ISBN: 978-90-272-0677-0 (alk. paper).Contenu: Introduction: Nominalization strategies in Asian languages / Foong Ha Yap, Karen Grunow-Harsta and Janick Wrona (p.1-58) -- From light noun to nominalizer and more: The grammaticalization of zhe and suo in Old and Middle Chinese / Foong Ha Yap and Jiao Wang (p.61-108) -- On the polyfunctionality and grammaticalization of the morpheme kai in the Chaozhou dialect / Hui Ling Xu and Stephen Matthews (p.109-124) -- The Cantonese ge3 / Joanna Sio (p.125-146) -- On gerundive nominalization in Mandarin and Cantonese / Sze-Wing Tang (p.147-160) -- Nominalization in Tibeto-Burman languages of the Himalayan area: A typological perspective / Carol Genetti (p.163-194) -- Aspects of the historical development of nominalizers in the Tamangic languages / Michael Noonan (p.195-214) -- Innovation in nominalization in Magar: A Tibeto-Burman language of Nepal / Karen Grunow-Harsta (p.215-254) -- Nominalization and nominalization-based constructions in Galo / Mark W. Post (p.255-288) -- Nominalization in Numhpuk Singpho / Stephen Morey (p.289-312) -- Nominalization in Nuosu Yi / Liu Hongyong and Gu Yang (p.313-342) -- Finite structures from clausal nominalization in Tibeto-Burman / Scott Delancey (p.343-360) -- Linker, relativizer, nominalizer, tense-particle: On the Ezafe in West Iranian / Geoffrey L.J. Haig (p.363-390) -- Nominalization and stance marking in Korean / Seongha Rhee (p.393-422) -- A case of non-derived stand-alone nominalization: Evidence from Japanese / Janick Wrona (p.423-444) -- Nominalization in Okinawan: From a diachronic and comparative perspective / Rumiko Shinzato (p.445-472) -- Versatility of nominalizations: Where Japanese and Korean contrast / Kaoru Horie (p.473-496) -- The functions of -an and =ay in Kavalan / Fuhui Hsieh (p.499-522) -- Clausal nominalization in Budai Rukai / Li-May Sung (p.523-560) -- Nominalization in Saisiyat / Marie Meili Yeh (p.561-588) -- Rise and fall of referentiality: Articles in Philippine languages / Naonori Nagaya (p.589-626) -- Referential and non-referential uses of nominalization constructions in Malay / Foong Ha Yap (p.627-658) -- Expressing exclamatives in Malagasy / Eric Potsdam (p.659-684) -- Nominalizations in Toqabaqita and closely related languages / Frantisek Lichtenberk (p.685-720) -- Exclamatives and temporal nominalizations in Austronesian / Daniel Kaufman (p.721-754) -- Discourse-structuring functions of Abui demonstratives / Frantisek Kratochvil (p.757-788)Sujet RAMEAU: Asia Languages | Grammar, Comparative and general Nominals | Grammar, Comparative and general Syntax | Grammar, Comparative and general Noun | Typology (Linguistics) | Historical linguistics Thématique: Théorie linguistique Thématique spécifique: Syntaxe | Typologie | Linguistique historique et comparative | Nom | Nominalisation Géographique: Asie Type de document: OuvrageLangue du document: anglaisPays d'édition: Pays-Bas
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Introduction: Nominalization strategies in Asian languages / Foong Ha Yap, Karen Grunow-Harsta and Janick Wrona (p.1-58) -- From light noun to nominalizer and more: The grammaticalization of zhe and suo in Old and Middle Chinese / Foong Ha Yap and Jiao Wang (p.61-108) -- On the polyfunctionality and grammaticalization of the morpheme kai in the Chaozhou dialect / Hui Ling Xu and Stephen Matthews (p.109-124) -- The Cantonese ge3 / Joanna Sio (p.125-146) -- On gerundive nominalization in Mandarin and Cantonese / Sze-Wing Tang (p.147-160) -- Nominalization in Tibeto-Burman languages of the Himalayan area: A typological perspective / Carol Genetti (p.163-194) -- Aspects of the historical development of nominalizers in the Tamangic languages / Michael Noonan (p.195-214) -- Innovation in nominalization in Magar: A Tibeto-Burman language of Nepal / Karen Grunow-Harsta (p.215-254) -- Nominalization and nominalization-based constructions in Galo / Mark W. Post (p.255-288) -- Nominalization in Numhpuk Singpho / Stephen Morey (p.289-312) -- Nominalization in Nuosu Yi / Liu Hongyong and Gu Yang (p.313-342) -- Finite structures from clausal nominalization in Tibeto-Burman / Scott Delancey (p.343-360) -- Linker, relativizer, nominalizer, tense-particle: On the Ezafe in West Iranian / Geoffrey L.J. Haig (p.363-390) -- Nominalization and stance marking in Korean / Seongha Rhee (p.393-422) -- A case of non-derived stand-alone nominalization: Evidence from Japanese / Janick Wrona (p.423-444) -- Nominalization in Okinawan: From a diachronic and comparative perspective / Rumiko Shinzato (p.445-472) -- Versatility of nominalizations: Where Japanese and Korean contrast / Kaoru Horie (p.473-496) -- The functions of -an and =ay in Kavalan / Fuhui Hsieh (p.499-522) -- Clausal nominalization in Budai Rukai / Li-May Sung (p.523-560) -- Nominalization in Saisiyat / Marie Meili Yeh (p.561-588) -- Rise and fall of referentiality: Articles in Philippine languages / Naonori Nagaya (p.589-626) -- Referential and non-referential uses of nominalization constructions in Malay / Foong Ha Yap (p.627-658) -- Expressing exclamatives in Malagasy / Eric Potsdam (p.659-684) -- Nominalizations in Toqabaqita and closely related languages / Frantisek Lichtenberk (p.685-720) -- Exclamatives and temporal nominalizations in Austronesian / Daniel Kaufman (p.721-754) -- Discourse-structuring functions of Abui demonstratives / Frantisek Kratochvil (p.757-788)

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