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Valence, Semantic Case, and Grammatical Relations [electronic resource] : Workshop studies prepared for the 12th International Congress of Linguists, Vienna, August 29th to September 3rd, 1977

Author/Creator:
Abraham, Werner.
International Congress of Linguists Corporate Author
Publication:
Amsterdam/Philadelphia : John Benjamins Publishing Company, 1978.
Conference Name:
International Congress of Linguists
Series:
Studies in Language Companion Series
Studies in Language Companion Series
Format/Description:
Conference/Event
Book
1 online resource (749 p.)
Subjects:
Dependency grammar -- Congresses
Case grammar -- Congresses
Semantics -- Congresses
Grammar, Comparative and general -- Congresses
Languages & Literatures
Philology & Linguistics
Local subjects:
Case grammar -- Congresses.
Dependency grammar -- Congresses.
Grammar, Comparative and general -- Congresses.
Semantics -- Congresses.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Language:
English
Summary:
The papers in this volume have been grouped in three thematic parts: Valence which plays a key concept in the syntactic classification of verbs and adjectives, provides a necessary link for decoding and encoding grammatical relations, and is an important requisite for the evaluation of formal languages for the purpose of describing and explaining phenomena of natural language. The second group of papers concerns the notion of (deep) case and the implications of tracing a grammatical theory on semantic case. The final series of papers is distinguished by the degree of accent it puts on the link
Contents:
VALENCE, SEMANTIC CASE,AND GRAMMATICAL RELATIONS; TABLE OF CONTENTS; INTRODUCTORY REMARKS; 1. VALENCE: FROM HEURISTIC PROBLEMS TO A STRICTLY DEFINED NOTION OF VALENCE-BOUNDNESS; ÜBER EINIGE REGULARITÄTEN IN DEN VALENZEIGEN-SCHAFTEN DER VERBALEN STRECKFORMEN VOM BAUTYP ""PRAPOSITIONALE NOMINALE KOMPONENTE + VERBALE KOMPONENTE"" (IN BEWEGUNG SEIN, KOMMEN, BRINGEN); ÜBER KOMMUNIKATIVE NOTWENDIGKEIT UND VALENZ; ON THE POSSIBILITY OF DISTINGUISHING BETWEEN COMPLEMENTS AND ADJUNCTS; THREE ASPECTS OF VALENCE; VALENZGRAMMATISCHE UNTERSUCHUNG ZU FAKULTATIVENSPEZIALISIERUNGEN IM FRANZÖSISCHEN
VALENCE FRAMES IN STANDARD FORM AND CORRESPONDING FRAMES OF INDIVIDUAL LANGUAGESA RECONSTRUCTION OF THE NOTION OF VALENCE WITHIN A GRAMMAR WITH A ?-CATEGORIAL BASE; VALENCE IN CATEGORIAL SYNTAX; ON VALENCE-BINDING GRAMMARS; 2. SEMANTIC CASE: TOWARD A SHARPER UNDERSTANDING OF CASE NOTIONS AND SELECTION CRITERIA; CASE GRAMMAR AND VALENCE THEORY AT A STALEMATE?THEIR RELEVANCE FOR SEMANTIC MEMORY; LEXICAL ENTRIES FOR VERBS IN A CONTRASTIVE LEXICON ENGLISH-GERMAN; SEMANTISCHE VERKNÜPFUNGEN UND KASUS; A LA RECHERCHE D'UNE GRAMMAIRE DES CAS. SES RAPPORTS AVEC LA SYNTAXE ET LE LEXIOUE.
CASE GRAMMAR AND VIABILITYA CASE GRAMMAR MATRIX MODEL (AND ITS APPLICATION TO A HEMINGWAY TEXT); STIMULUS AS A SEMANTIC ROLE; CAN 'AREA' BE TAKEN OUT OF THE WASTE-BASKET?; DEFINING SEMANTIC ROLES IN DERIVED ADJECTIVES; 1ST DER UNIVERSALITÄTSANSPRUCH DER KASUS-GRAMMATIK BERECHTIGT?; 3. THE INTERLOCKING OF CODING AND CONTROL FEATURES WITH GRAMMATICAL RELATIONS; DIE BEZIEHUNG ZWISCHEN SEMANTISCHEN KASUSRELATIONEN UND SYNTAKTISCHEN SATZGLIEDFUNKTIONEN: DER FREIE DATIV; CASE-GRAMMAR AS COMPONENTIAL ANALYSIS; THE ONE PER SENT SOLUTION; NOMINALINFLECTION IN PAMANYUNGAN
RESTRUCTURING OF NOUN-CASES IN SYNTAX, WHY 'ANTI-' WILL NOT DOERGATIVE LANGUAGES, ACCESSIBILITY HIERARCHIES GOVERNING REFLEXIVES AND QUESTIONS OF FORMAL ANALYSIS; ON THE DERIVATIVE STATUS OF GRAMMATICAL RELATIONS; VALENCEAND CASE: REMARKS ON THEIR CONTRIBUTION TO THE IDENTIFICATION OF GRAMMATICAL RELATIONS
Notes:
Description based upon print version of record.
Contributor:
Abraham, Werner Contributor
ISBN:
1-283-01243-X
9786613012432
90-272-8673-6
OCLC:
710995093
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