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Methodologies in semantic fieldwork /

de Bochnak, Ryan. (edt.) ; Matthewson, M. John. (edt.)
Collation: 1 vol. (IX-353 p.) ; 25 cm.Édition: New York, NY ; Oxford : Oxford University Press; copyright cop. 2015.ISBN: 9780190212339 (rel); 0190212330.Contenu: Introduction/ M. Ryan Bochnak and Lisa Matthewson (p.1) -- Part 1: General Overview of Elicitation Techniques -- 1. A practical epistemology for semantic elicitation in the field and elsewhere / Jürgen Bohnemeyer (p.13) -- 2. The Problem with No-Nonsense Elicitation Plans (for semantic fieldwork) / Meagan Louie (p.47) -- Part 2: Techniques for Particular Semantic Domains -- 3. Documenting and Classifying Aspectual Classes Across Languages / Leora Bar-el (p.75) -- 4. Investigating gradable predicates, comparison, and degree constructions in underrepresented languages / M. Ryan Bochnak and Elizabeth Bogal-Allbritten (p.110) -- 5. Targeted construction storyboards in semantic fieldwork/ Strang Burton and Lisa Matthewson (p.135) -- 6. Reasoning about equivalence in semantic fieldwork/ Amy Rose Deal (p.157) -- 7. Investigating D in Languages With and Without Articles / Carrie Gillon (p.175) -- Part 3: Using Language-Internal Evidence to Guide Semantic Fieldwork -- 8. Linguistically establishing discourse context: two case studies from Mayan languages / Scott AnderBois and Robert Henderson (p.207) -- 9. Semantic fieldwork on TAM / Rebecca T. Cover (p.233) -- 10. Deriving topic effects in Kiowa with semantics and pragmatics / Andrew McKenzie (p.269) -- 11. Reciprocity in Fieldwork and Theory / Sarah E. Murray (p.287) -- 12. Theories of meaning in the field: Temporal and aspectual reference / Rebecca Cover and Judith Tonhauser (p.306)Sujet RAMEAU: Sémantique Méthodologie | Champs (linguistique) | Semantics Methodology | Field theory (Linguistics)Thématique: Linguistique, langues | Sémantique | Théorie linguistiqueThématique spécifique: Classification des langues | Méthodologie | Epistémologie | Analyse du discoursType de document: OuvrageLangue du document: anglaisPays d'édition: Etats-Unis d'Amériques
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Introduction/ M. Ryan Bochnak and Lisa Matthewson (p.1) -- Part 1: General Overview of Elicitation Techniques -- 1. A practical epistemology for semantic elicitation in the field and elsewhere / Jürgen Bohnemeyer (p.13) -- 2. The Problem with No-Nonsense Elicitation Plans (for semantic fieldwork) / Meagan Louie (p.47) -- Part 2: Techniques for Particular Semantic Domains -- 3. Documenting and Classifying Aspectual Classes Across Languages / Leora Bar-el (p.75) -- 4. Investigating gradable predicates, comparison, and degree constructions in underrepresented languages / M. Ryan Bochnak and Elizabeth Bogal-Allbritten (p.110) -- 5. Targeted construction storyboards in semantic fieldwork/ Strang Burton and Lisa Matthewson (p.135) -- 6. Reasoning about equivalence in semantic fieldwork/ Amy Rose Deal (p.157) -- 7. Investigating D in Languages With and Without Articles / Carrie Gillon (p.175) -- Part 3: Using Language-Internal Evidence to Guide Semantic Fieldwork -- 8. Linguistically establishing discourse context: two case studies from Mayan languages / Scott AnderBois and Robert Henderson (p.207) -- 9. Semantic fieldwork on TAM / Rebecca T. Cover (p.233) -- 10. Deriving topic effects in Kiowa with semantics and pragmatics / Andrew McKenzie (p.269) -- 11. Reciprocity in Fieldwork and Theory / Sarah E. Murray (p.287) -- 12. Theories of meaning in the field: Temporal and aspectual reference / Rebecca Cover and Judith Tonhauser (p.306)

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