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Three-Participant Constructions in English : a functional-cognitive approach to caused relations.

Auteur: An Laffut
Uitgever: Philadelphia : John Benjamins Publishing Company, 2006.
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This study aims to give a systematic and comprehensive description of the constructions involved in three important types of alternation: the locative alternation, which is by far the most researched of the three, the image impression alternation and the material/product alternation. The author looks at the constructions as part of alternation, but also looks beyond the alternations, and analyzes and describes the  Meer lezen...
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Laffut, An.
Three-Participant Constructions in English : A functional-cognitive approach to caused relations.
Philadelphia : John Benjamins Publishing Company, ©2006
Genre: Document, Internetbron
Soort document Internetbron, Computerbestand
Alle auteurs / medewerkers: An Laffut
ISBN: 9789027293589 9027293589 1282155881 9781282155886
OCLC-nummer: 1058350274
Beschrijving: 1 online resource (280 pages)
Inhoud: Three-Participant Constructions in English; Editorial page; Title page; LCC data; Contents; ACKNOWLEDGEMENT; INTRODUCTION; 1. The constructions; 2. A functional-cognitive approach; 3. Methodology; 4. Outline; I. STATE OF THE ART; 1. The partitive/holistic approach: did John ever finish the job?; 2. Textual explanations; 3. Lexicalist-formalist approaches; 3.1. Levin and Rappaport: Lexical Conceptual Structures; 3.2. Pinker: constraints and narrow conflation classes; 3.3. Tenny: an aspectual approach; 4. Conclusion; II. TEXTUAL DIMENSIONS; 1. The notion of relative topicality. 2. Relative topicality as motivation for the alternations2.1. Identifiability of nominal referents; 2.2. Analysis of corpus data; 2.3. A structural analysis of information distribution; 2.4. Analysis of corpus data; 3. Interpretation and conclusion; III. HOLICITY AND PARTIVITY; 1. The Location; 1.1. The relation between Location and PrepP; 1.2. The relation between Location and NG: holicity ; 2. The Locatum; 2.1. Holicity for the Locatum: quantity; 2.2. Holicity/partivity and definiteness; 2.3. A quantificational approach; 3. Conclusion; IV. PROCESS AND PARTICIPANTS. 1. Participants and circumstances1.1. Formal tests; 1.2. Semantic arguments; 1.3. The syntagmatic relations: Langacker's dependence model; 1.4. Conclusion; 2. The roles; 2.1. The Location; 2.2. The Locatum; 2.3. The Image; 2.4. Material and Product; 3. The Process; 3.1. Constructionally determined polysemy; 3.2. A dialectically motivated relation; 4. Conclusion; V.A RELATIONAL ANALYSIS; 1. The relational domain: from semiosis to possession, from identification to attribution; 1.1. The intensive subdomain: semiosis; 1.2. Circumstantials and possessives; 2. Caused relations. 2.1. Caused intensives and possessives2.2. A caused relational continuum; 3. Conclusion; VI. THE MATERIAL/PRODUCT CONSTRUCTIONS; 1. The semiotic type: instantiation and realization models; 1.1. Indefinite Products; 1.2. Definite Products; 1.3. Alternation and reversibility; 1.4. Interim conclusion; 2. The part/whole type; 2.1. Part/whole semantics: a discussion; 2.2. Alternation; 3. Conclusion; VII. THE IMAGE IMPRESSION AND LOCATIVE CONSTRUCTIONS; 1. Locative constructions as caused circumstantial relational configurations; 2. Variants and markedness; 2.1 A quantitative approach. 2.2. Collocations and lexical selection restrictions3. The locative alternation and agnation; 4. Conclusion; SUMMARY AND CONCLUSION; REFERENCE LIST; INDEX; The series Studies in Language Companion Series.

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This study aims to give a systematic and comprehensive description of the constructions involved in three important types of alternation: the locative alternation, which is by far the most researched of the three, the image impression alternation and the material/product alternation. The author looks at the constructions as part of alternation, but also looks beyond the alternations, and analyzes and describes the constructions in their own right. They are analyzed as three-participant constructions with relational complements, construing causation of the three main subtypes of relations, name.

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