Clusivity: Typology and Case Studies of Inclusive-exclusive Distinction
This book presents a collection of papers on clusivity, a newly coined term for the inclusive exclusive distinction. Clusivity is a widespread feature familiar from descriptive grammars and frequently figuring in typological schemes and diachronic scenarios. However, no comprehensive exploration of it has been available so far. This book is intended to make the first step towards a better understanding of the inclusive exclusive opposition, by documenting the current linguistic knowledge on the topic.
The issues discussed include the categorial and paradigmatic status of the opposition, its geographical distribution, realization in free vs bound pronouns, inclusive imperatives, clusivity in the 2nd person, honorific uses of the distinction, etc. These case studies are complemented by the analysis of the opposition in American Sign Language as opposed to spoken languages. In-depth areal and family surveys of clusivity consider this opposition in Austronesian, Tibeto-Burman, central-western South American, Turkic languages, and in Mosetenan and Shuswap.
Lietotāju komentāri - Rakstīt atsauksmi
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Inclusiveexclusive as person vs number categories worldwide
Syncretisms involving clusivity
Only you? Philological investigations into the alleged
Inclusive and exclusive in free and bound person forms
A typology of honorific uses of clusivity
Exclusive pronouns in American Sign Language
The inclusiveexclusive distinction in TibetoBurman languages
Inclusiveexclusive distinctions in the languages of centralwestern
Inclusive and exclusive in Turkic languages
A possible loan
A background investigation
Common trends and possible patterns
An opposition of unequals
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Clusivity: Typology and case studies of the inclusive exclusive distinction
Ierobežota priekšskatīšana - 2005
Abkhaz addressee(s affixes Algonquian Arawakan areal attested augmented inclusive Australian National University Austronesian languages Aymara Belhare clitic context contrast Cysouw dialect discussed example Filimonova first-person plural inclusive first-person singular free pronouns grammar guages homophony honorific includes the speaker inclusive and exclusive inclusive form inclusive imperative inclusive marker inclusive pronoun inclusive-exclusive distinction inclusive-exclusive opposition independent pronouns inflection Jaqaru Khakas kita Kwaza language families LaPolla locutive hierarchies marking meaning minimal inclusive minimal/augmented Mixtec morpheme morphological Moseten Mosetenan National University Pacific non-singular noun Ojibwe paradigm pattern person markers person plural personal pronouns plural forms plural marker plural pronoun polite prefixes pronominal pronominal system Quechua referential reflexive Salish second-person second-person plural Section semantic Shuswap Sign Language Singular Group sive spoken structure suffix syncretism Table third person Tibeto-Burman Tibeto-Burman languages tikha Turkic languages typological University Pacific Linguistics usage verb volume you.pl you.sg Zwicky