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Not all sentences encode their subjects in the same way. Some languages overtly mark some subjects depending on certain features of the subject argument or the sentence in which the subject figures. This is known as Differential Subject Marking (DSM). Containing illuminating discussions of DSM from languages all over the world, this book shows that DSM is often the result of interactions between conflicting constraints on language use.…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
Not all sentences encode their subjects in the same way. Some languages overtly mark some subjects depending on certain features of the subject argument or the sentence in which the subject figures. This is known as Differential Subject Marking (DSM). Containing illuminating discussions of DSM from languages all over the world, this book shows that DSM is often the result of interactions between conflicting constraints on language use.


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  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
  • Seitenzahl: 312
  • Erscheinungstermin: 4. Dezember 2007
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9781402064975
  • Artikelnr.: 37349364
Autorenporträt
Helen de Hoop, Radboud University, Nijmegen, The Netherlands / Peter de Swart, Radboud University, Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Inhaltsangabe
Cross-linguistic Variation in Differential Subject Marking.- Differential Subject Marking at Argument Structure, Syntax, and PF.- Quantitative Variation in Korean Case Ellipsis: Implications for Case Theory.- Ergative Case-marking in Hindi.- DOM and Two Types of DSM in Turkish.- Differential Subject Marking in Polish: The Case of Genitive vs. Nominative Subjects in "X was not at Y"-constructions.- Differential Argument Marking in Two-term Case Systems and its Implications for the General Theory of Case Marking.- Non-canonical Agent Marking in Agul.- From Topic to Subject Marking: Implications for a Typology of Subject Marking.- Grammaticalization and Strategies in Resolving Subject Marking Paradoxes: The Case of Tsimshianic.- Different Subjects, Different Marking.- Differential Marking of Intransitive Subjects in Kambera (Austronesian).
Rezensionen
From the reviews: "This book originates from a 2004 workshop on 'Differential Subject Marking' held in Nijmegen. ... chapters address DSM phenomena in particular languages. ... This collection of articles ... succeeds in advancing our understanding of DSM and the factors that determine it. ... Researchers interested in case, agreement, and argument structure ... will find a rich amount of data in this volume. Linguists with an interest in modeling animacy effects ... will be as stimulated by some of the proposals developed here as I have been." (Raúl Aranovich, Language, Vol. 85 (4), 2009)