Shared Grammaticalization

Shared Grammaticalization

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This book offers fresh perspectives on A“shared grammaticalizationA”, a state whereby two or more languages have the source and the target of a grammaticalization process in common. While contact-induced grammaticalization has generated great interest in recent years, far less attention has been paid to other factors that may give rise to shared grammaticalization. This book intends to put this situation right by approaching shared grammaticalization from an integrated perspective, including areal as well as genealogical and universal motivations and by searching for ways to distinguish between these factors. The volume offers a wealth of empirical facts, presented by internationally renowned specialists, on the Transeurasian languages (i.e. Japonic, Koreanic, Tungusic, Mongolic, and Turkic) A— the languages in focus A—as well as on various other languages. Shared Grammaticalization will appeal to scholars and advanced students concerned with linguistic reconstruction, language contact and linguistic typology, and to anyone interested in grammaticalization theory.... in grammaticalization may represent a mechanism for a€œrepairinga€ inherited grammatical categories which may ultimately reflect ... Parallel development will remain a useful descriptive tool, even if its explanatory power is restricted - since a number of basic questions remain unsolved. ... PST.REP remote past reported CLF classifier REM.PST.VIS remote past visual DECL declarative sa active intransitiveanbsp;...

Title:Shared Grammaticalization
Author:Martine Irma Robbeets, Hubert Cuyckens
Publisher:John Benjamins Publishing - 2013


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