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Canonical Morphology and Syntax

de Brown, Dunstan (Ed.) ; Chumakina, Marina (Ed.) ; Corbett, Greville G. (Ed.)
Collation: 1 vol. (XIV-312 p.) : ill. ; 24 cm.Édition: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2013.ISBN: 978-0-19-960432-6.Contenu: 1. What there might be and what there is: an introduction to canonical typology / Dunstan Brown and Marina Chumakina (p.1-19) -- 2. A base for canonical negation / Oliver Bond (p.20-47) -- 3. Canonical morphosyntactic features / Greville G. Corbett (p.48-65) -- 4. Some problems in the typology of quotation: a canonical approach / Nicholas Evans (p.66-98) -- 5. Unpacking finiteness / Irina Nikolaeva (p.99-122) -- 6. The canonical clitic / Andrew Spencer and Ana Luís (p.123-150) -- 7. Passive agents: prototypical vs. canonical passives / Anna Siewierska and Dik Bakker (p.151-189) -- 8. The criteria for reflexivization / Martin Everaert (p.190-206) -- 9. Possession and modification-a perspective from canonical typology / Irina Nikolaeva and Andrew Spencer (p.207-238) -- 10. An ontological approach to canonical typology: laying the foundations for e-linguistics / Scott Farrar (p.239-261)Sujet RAMEAU: Grammar, Comparative and general Morphology | Grammar, Comparative and general SyntaxThématique: Grammaire | Syntaxe | Linguistique, languesThématique spécifique: Langage | Méthodologie | Typologie | Interaction | Construction (linguistique) | Linguistique historique et comparative | Morphologie (linguistique) | MorphosyntaxeType de document: OuvragePays d'édition: Royaume-Uni de Grande-Bretagne et d'Irlande du Nord
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Bibliogr., Index

1. What there might be and what there is: an introduction to canonical typology / Dunstan Brown and Marina Chumakina (p.1-19) -- 2. A base for canonical negation / Oliver Bond (p.20-47) -- 3. Canonical morphosyntactic features / Greville G. Corbett (p.48-65) -- 4. Some problems in the typology of quotation: a canonical approach / Nicholas Evans (p.66-98) -- 5. Unpacking finiteness / Irina Nikolaeva (p.99-122) -- 6. The canonical clitic / Andrew Spencer and Ana Luís (p.123-150) -- 7. Passive agents: prototypical vs. canonical passives / Anna Siewierska and Dik Bakker (p.151-189) -- 8. The criteria for reflexivization / Martin Everaert (p.190-206) -- 9. Possession and modification-a perspective from canonical typology / Irina Nikolaeva and Andrew Spencer (p.207-238) -- 10. An ontological approach to canonical typology: laying the foundations for e-linguistics / Scott Farrar (p.239-261)

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