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Deponency and morphological mismatches

Author: Matthew Baerman; British academy,; et al
Publisher: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2007.
Series: Proceedings of the British Academy, 145.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This collection of essays by leading linguists on the theory and typology of mismatches between syntax and morphology will establish the important role that research on deponency has to play in  Read more...

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Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Matthew Baerman; British academy,; et al
ISBN: 9780197264102 0197264107
OCLC Number: 493592660
Notes: Ouvrage publié à la suite de journées d'études organisées à Londres du 16 au 17 janvier 2006 par la British Academy.
Description: 1 v. (xv-324 p.) : jacq. ill. ; 25 cm.
Contents: Morphological typology of deponency / Matthew Baerman --
Deponency, syncretism, and what lies between / Greville G. Corbett --
Extending deponency: implications for morphological mismatches / Andrew Spencer --
A non-canonical pattern of deponency and its implications / Gregory T. Stump --
Deponency in the diachrony of Greek / Nikolaos Lavidas and Dimitra Papangeli --
Deponency in Latin / Zheng Xu, Mark Aronoff, and Frank Anshen --
Declarative deponency: a network morphology account of morphological mismatches / Andrew Hippisley --
The limits of deponency: a network morphology account of morphological mismatches / Andrew Hippisley --
The limits of deponency: a Chukoto-centric perspective / Jonathan David Bobaljik --
Slouching towards deponency: a family of mismatches in the Bantu verb stem / Jeffrey Good --
Spanish pseudoplurals: phonological cues in the acquisition of a syntax-morphology mismatch / Ricardo Bermúdez-Otero --
Pseudo-argument affixes in Iwaidja and Hgar: a case of deponent subject and object agreement / Nicholas Evans --
How safe are our analyses? / P.H. Matthews.
Series Title: Proceedings of the British Academy, 145.
Other Titles: Morphological typology of deponency / Matthew Baerman.
Deponency, syncretism, and what lies between / Greville G. Corbett.
Extending deponency: implications for morphological mismatches / Andrew Spencer.
A non-canonical pattern of deponency and its implications / Gregory T. Stump.
Deponency in the diachrony of Greek / Nikolaos Lavidas and Dimitra Papangeli.
Deponency in Latin / Zheng Xu, Mark Aronoff, and Frank Anshen.
Declarative deponency: a network morphology account of morphological mismatches / Andrew Hippisley.
Limits of deponency: a network morphology account of morphological mismatches / Andrew Hippisley.
Limits of deponency: a Chukoto-centric perspective / Jonathan David Bobaljik.
Slouching towards deponency: a family of mismatches in the Bantu verb stem / Jeffrey Good.
Spanish pseudoplurals: phonological cues in the acquisition of a syntax-morphology mismatch / Ricardo Bermúdez-Otero.
Pseudo-argument affixes in Iwaidja and Hgar: a case of deponent subject and object agreement / Nicholas Evans.
How safe are our analyses? / P.H. Matthews.
Responsibility: edited by Matthew Baerman, Greville G. Corbett, Dunstan Brown ... [et al. ; introd. by Matthew Baerman].

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