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Morphology by itself : stems and inflectional classes

責任表示 Mark Aronoff
シリーズ Linguistic inquiry monographs ; 22
データ種別 図書
出版者 Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press
出版年 c1994
本文言語 英語
大きさ xv, 210 p. ; 24 cm
概要 Most recent research in generative morphology has avoided the treatment of purely morphological phenomena and has focused instead on interface questions, such as the relation between morphology and sy...tax or between morphology and phonology. In this monograph Mark Aronoff argues that linguists must consider morphology by itself, not merely as an appendage of syntax and phonology, and that linguistic theory must allow for a separate and autonomous morphological component. Following a general introductory chapter, Aronoff examines two narrow classes of morphological phenomena to make his case: stems and inflectional classes. Concentrating first on Latin verb morphology, he argues that morphological stems are neither syntactic nor phonological units. Next,using data from a number of languages, he underscores the traditional point that the inflectional class of a word is not reducible to its syntactic gender. He then explores in detail the phonologically motivated nominal inflectional class system of two languages of Papua New Guinea (Arapeshand Yimas) and the precise nature of the relation between this system and the corresponding gender system. Finally,drawing on a number of Semitic languages, Aronoff argues that the verb classes of these languages are purely inflectional although they are partly motivated by derivational and syntactic considerations. Mark Aronoff is Professor of Linguistics at the State University of New York at Stony Brook.
Most recent research in generative morphology has avoided the treatment of purely morphological phenomena and has focused instead on interface questions, such as the relation between morphology and syntax or between morphology and phonology. In this monograph Mark Aronoff argues that linguists must consider morphology by itself, not merely as an appendage of syntax and phonology, and that linguistic theory must allow for a separate and autonomous morphological component. Following a general introductory chapter, Aronoff examines two narrow classes of morphological phenomena to make his case: stems and inflectional classes. Concentrating first on Latin verb morphology, he argues that morphological stems are neither syntactic nor phonological units. Next,using data from a number of languages, he underscores the traditional point that the inflectional class of a word is not reducible to its syntactic gender. He then explores in detail the phonologically motivated nominal inflectional class system of two languages of Papua New Guinea (Arapeshand Yimas) and the precise nature of the relation between this system and the corresponding gender system. Finally,drawing on a number of Semitic languages, Aronoff argues that the verb classes of these languages are purely inflectional although they are partly motivated by derivational and syntactic considerations. Mark Aronoff is Professor of Linguistics at the State University of New York at Stony Brook.
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中央図 1C_14‐18 [文/言語] 068052194026497 応用言語/6A/246 1994

文 言語(研究室) 068052194024302 言語/6A/255 1994

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一般注記 Bibliography: p. [197]-206
Includes index
著者標目 *Aronoff, Mark, 1949-
件 名 LCSH:Grammar, Comparative and general -- Inflection  全ての件名で検索
分 類 LCC:P251
DC20:415
NDC8:801.5
書誌ID 1000066727
ISBN 0262011360
NCID BA21523612
巻冊次 ISBN:0262011360
: pbk ; ISBN:0262510723
登録日 2009.09.10
更新日 2009.09.10

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