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Semantic Role Universals and Argument Linking : Theoretical, Typological, and Psycholinguistic Perspectives.

Author: Ina Bornkessel; Matthias Schlesewsky; Bernard Comrie; Angela D Friederici
Publisher: Berlin : Walter de Gruyter, 2009.
Series: Trends in linguistics., Studies and monographs.
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Language and the ability to use and acquire language are the most important characteristic of humankind. Linguistics aims at a systematic and scientific study of the wealth of properties of human languages, from different theoretical perspectives, and thus is of central significance for understanding what makes us human. TRENDS IN LINGUISTICS aims at providing a comprehensive forum for publications in Linguistics  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Ina Bornkessel; Matthias Schlesewsky; Bernard Comrie; Angela D Friederici
ISBN: 9783110219272 3110219271
OCLC Number: 610005977
Description: 1 online resource (372 pages).
Contents: Frontmatter; Contents; Introduction; Argument hierarchy and other factors determining argument realization; Mismatches in semantic-role hierarchies and the dimensions of role semantics; Thematic roles --
universal, particular, and idiosyncratic aspects; Experiencer constructions in Daghestanian languages; Clause-level vs. predicate-level linking; From meaning to syntax --
semantic roles and beyond; Meaning, form and function in basic case roles; Semantic macroroles and language processing; Thematic roles as event structure relations. Generalised semantic roles and syntactic templates: A new framework for language comprehensionBackmatter.
Series Title: Trends in linguistics., Studies and monographs.

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Language and the ability to use and acquire language are the most important characteristic of humankind. Linguistics aims at a systematic and scientific study of the wealth of properties of human languages, from different theoretical perspectives, and thus is of central significance for understanding what makes us human. TRENDS IN LINGUISTICS aims at providing a comprehensive forum for publications in Linguistics covering the entire range of language, including its variation and variability in space and time, its acquisition, theories on the nature of human language in general, and description.

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