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Valency classes in the world's languages. Volume 1: Introducing the Framework, and Case Studies from Africa and Eurasia

de Malchukov, Andrej ; Comrie, Bernard
Collation: 1 vol. (XII-873 p.) : ill., Tabl. ; 25 cm.Collection: Comparative Handbooks of Linguistics, ISSN 2364-4354 ; Vol. 1.1Édition: Berlin ; Boston : De Gruyter Mouton cop. 2015.ISBN: 978-3-11-033294-0.Contenu: Frontmatter (p.I-IV) -- Contents (p.V-VIII) -- Abbreviations (p.IX-IX -- Acknowledgments (p.X-X) -- List of authors (p.XI-XII) -- Part I: The Leipzig Valency Classes Project: Introducing the Framework - 1. Introduction / Comrie Bernard, Hartmann Iren, Haspelmath Martin, Malchukov Andrej, Wichmann, Søren (p.3-26) -- . Leipzig Questionnaire on valency classes / Malchukov Andrej, Leipzig Valency Classes Project team (p.27-40) -- 3. Comparing verbal valency across languages / Haspelmath, Martin / Hartmann, Iren (p.41-72) -- 4. Valency classes and alternations: parameters of variation / Malchukov, Andrej (p.73-130) -- 5. Transitivity prominence / Haspelmath Martin (p.131-148) -- 5a. Assessing transitivity prominence from a statistical perspective: A commentary on Martin Haspelmath’s “Transitivity prominence” / Blasi, Damian E. (p.149-154) -- 6. Statistical observations on implicational (verb) hierarchies / Wichmann, Søren (p.155-182) -- Part II: Case Studies - Africa - 7. Valency in Nllng / Ernszt Martina, Güldemann Tom, Witzlack-Makarevich Alena (p.185-220) -- 8. Valency properties of Mandinka verbs / Creissels Denis (p.221-260) -- 9. Emai valency classes and their alternations / Schaefer Ronald P., Egbokhare, Francis O. (p.261-298) -- 10. Valency classes in Yorùbá / Atoyebi Joseph Dele (p.299-326) -- 11. Valency properties of verbs in Modern Standard Arabic / Kász Csilla (p.327-364) -- Eurasia - 12. Icelandic valency classes: oblique subjects, oblique ambitransitives and the actional passive / Barðdal Jóhanna (p.367-416) -- 13. Valency patterns in Italian / Cennamo Michela (p.417-482) -- 14. Valency classes in Eastern Armenian / Daniel Michael, Khurshudian Victoria (p.483-540) -- 15. Valency and valency classes in Bezhta / Comrie Bernard, Khalilov Madzhid, Khalilova Zaira (p.541-570) -- 16. Valency classes in Even (North Tungusic) in a comparative Tungusic perspective / Malchukov Andrej, Nedjalkov Igor V. (p.571-628) -- 17. Valency properties of the Ket verb clause / Vajda Edward J. (p.629-668) -- 18. Flexible valency in Chintang / Schikowski Robert, Paudyal Netra, Bickel Balthasar (p.669-708) -- 19. Valency classes in Mandarin / Lu Bingfu, Zhang Guohua, Bisang Walter (p.709-764) -- 20. Valency classes in Japanese / Kishimoto Hideki, Kageyama Taro, Sasaki Kan (p.765-806) -- 21. Valency classes in Ainu / Bugaeva Anna (p.807-854) -- Language index (p.855-860) -- Subject index (p.861-874)Sujet RAMEAU: Dependency grammar Case studies | Language and languages Dependency grammar Case studies | Language and languages Case studies | Grammar, Comparative and general Transitivity | Grammar, Comparative and general Case | Contrastive linguistics Case studiesThématique: Linguistique, langues | GrammaireThématique spécifique: Transitivité | Typologie | ValenceGéographique: Afrique | EurasieType de document: OuvrageLangue du document: anglaisPays d'édition: Allemagne, Etats-Unis d'Amériques
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Frontmatter (p.I-IV) -- Contents (p.V-VIII) -- Abbreviations (p.IX-IX -- Acknowledgments (p.X-X) -- List of authors (p.XI-XII) -- Part I: The Leipzig Valency Classes Project: Introducing the Framework - 1. Introduction / Comrie Bernard, Hartmann Iren, Haspelmath Martin, Malchukov Andrej, Wichmann, Søren (p.3-26) -- . Leipzig Questionnaire on valency classes / Malchukov Andrej, Leipzig Valency Classes Project team (p.27-40) -- 3. Comparing verbal valency across languages / Haspelmath, Martin / Hartmann, Iren (p.41-72) -- 4. Valency classes and alternations: parameters of variation / Malchukov, Andrej (p.73-130) -- 5. Transitivity prominence / Haspelmath Martin (p.131-148) -- 5a. Assessing transitivity prominence from a statistical perspective: A commentary on Martin Haspelmath’s “Transitivity prominence” / Blasi, Damian E. (p.149-154) -- 6. Statistical observations on implicational (verb) hierarchies / Wichmann, Søren (p.155-182) -- Part II: Case Studies - Africa - 7. Valency in Nllng / Ernszt Martina, Güldemann Tom, Witzlack-Makarevich Alena (p.185-220) -- 8. Valency properties of Mandinka verbs / Creissels Denis (p.221-260) -- 9. Emai valency classes and their alternations / Schaefer Ronald P., Egbokhare, Francis O. (p.261-298) -- 10. Valency classes in Yorùbá / Atoyebi Joseph Dele (p.299-326) -- 11. Valency properties of verbs in Modern Standard Arabic / Kász Csilla (p.327-364) -- Eurasia - 12. Icelandic valency classes: oblique subjects, oblique ambitransitives and the actional passive / Barðdal Jóhanna (p.367-416) -- 13. Valency patterns in Italian / Cennamo Michela (p.417-482) -- 14. Valency classes in Eastern Armenian / Daniel Michael, Khurshudian Victoria (p.483-540) -- 15. Valency and valency classes in Bezhta / Comrie Bernard, Khalilov Madzhid, Khalilova Zaira (p.541-570) -- 16. Valency classes in Even (North Tungusic) in a comparative Tungusic perspective / Malchukov Andrej, Nedjalkov Igor V. (p.571-628) -- 17. Valency properties of the Ket verb clause / Vajda Edward J. (p.629-668) -- 18. Flexible valency in Chintang / Schikowski Robert, Paudyal Netra, Bickel Balthasar (p.669-708) -- 19. Valency classes in Mandarin / Lu Bingfu, Zhang Guohua, Bisang Walter (p.709-764) -- 20. Valency classes in Japanese / Kishimoto Hideki, Kageyama Taro, Sasaki Kan (p.765-806) -- 21. Valency classes in Ainu / Bugaeva Anna (p.807-854) -- Language index (p.855-860) -- Subject index (p.861-874)

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