7 edition of Grammatical relations found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by T. Givón.|
|Series||Typological studies in language,, v. 35|
|Contributions||Givón, Talmy, 1936-|
|LC Classifications||P240.5 .G73 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 349 p. :|
|Number of Pages||349|
|ISBN 10||1556196458, 1556196466, 9027229317, 1556196458|
|LC Control Number||97023075|
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Frank Palmer's new book is a typological survey of grammatical roles, such as Agent, Patient, and Beneficiary, as well as grammatical relations, such as Subject, (Direct) Object and Indirect Object, which are familiar concepts in traditional by: This book presents a theory of grammatical relations among sentential constituents which is a development of Chomsky's Government-Binding Theory.
The cross-linguistic predictive power of the theory Grammatical relations book unusually strong and it is supported in the examination of a wide range of by: Syntactic Categories and Grammatical Relations: The Cognitive Organization of Information [Croft, William] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Syntactic Categories and Grammatical Relations: The Cognitive Organization of InformationCited by: In this book grammatical relations in Javanese are described shortly. The description is presented within the relational based view in which the notions of grammatical relations are treated as labels of relations in a network.
Subjects, objects, second objects, and obliques are identified based on their syntactic : Suhandano. Patrick Farrell shows how grammatical relations are characterized Grammatical relations book competing theories of grammar and reveals the different theories' merits and limitations.
He compares mainstream generative-transformational theory with formalist and functionalist approaches. This book argues that the assumption that grammatical relations are both necessary and universal is an unwarranted generalization.
The grammatical relations of subject and object are required in the case of the Indian language of by: Examining just these phenomena, which are sensitive to grammatical relations, it becomes evident that many languages are indeed syntactically ergative, and so must be countenanced by linguistic theory.
This volume combines good scholarship with innovative ideas into an important work that will appeal to a wide range of linguists and by: Analyzing Grammar - by Paul R.
In most approaches, semantic roles are directly linked to abstract grammatical relations for the core arguments of the clause. Cases are considered to be a surface expression of grammatical by: 8. Grammatical relations Grammatical relations must be carefully distinguished from thematic roles.
In what follows, we illustrate three grammatical relations: subject, first object, and second object. The apparent contradiction between the existence of second objects and the binary-branching hypothesis is discussed in Chapter 7.
Summary. This book presents a theory of grammatical relations among sentential constituents which is a development of Chomsky's Government-Binding Theory. The cross-linguistic predictive power of the theory is unusually strong and it is supported in the examination of a wide range of languages.
Within the syntax of a language. A.E. Kibrik, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, By grammatical relations (such as subject, direct object, indirect object) we understand structurally encoded standard syntactic relations between the constituents of a clause.
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Voice And Grammatical Relations In Austronesian Languages. The editor of this volume, who is also author or coauthor of five of the contributions, has provided an introduction that not only affords an overview of the separate articles but also interrelates the basic issues in linguistics, psycholinguistics and cognitive studies that are addressed in this volume.
The twelve articles are grouped into three sections, as follows: I. Lexical Representation. What is indisputable about the grammatical relations is that they are relational. That is, subject and object can exist as such only by virtue of the context in which they appear.
A noun such as Fred or a noun phrase such as the book cannot qualify as subject and direct object, respectively. (see above).
Grammatical relations are distinguished by grammatical properties. Semantic roles are distinguished by differences in meaning. Oblique (not specifically mentioned by Berk): Oblique is the grammatical relation possessed by all "objects of prepositions" in English.
Percival is an oblique in the following Size: 59KB. Non-relational structure was the focus of chapter 2, while semantic and pragmatic relational structures were the topics of chapters 3–5. In this chapter we turn to syntactic relations, or, as they are better known, grammatical relations.
"The Case for Case Reopened" published on 20 Dec by by: The book surveys the important evidence to support the validity of the choice of a case grammar as the most satisfactory of current accounts of the notion of grammatical relations.
This evidence is derived from a detailed examination of various processes in English and from a typological comparison of other languages, notably Dyirbal and Basque. Syntactic Categories and Grammatical Relations book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for s: 0.
"A Agrees with B in Achenese:" published on 20 Dec by by: This book argues that the assumption that grammatical relations are both necessary and universal is an unwarranted generalization. The grammatical relations of subject and object are required in the case of the Indian language of Kannada.
Furthermore, the notion of transitivity or transference which forms the basis for postulating grammatical. This volume presents thirteen original papers dealing with various aspects of two related areas of research of major concern to linguists of all theoretical persuasions: voice and grammatical relations.
The papers are written from typological, functional, and cognitive perspectives, and contain a number of general studies as well as studies focusing on specific issues, and offer a wealth of.
Mental representation of grammatical relations. Includes indexes. Sentence planning units: implications for the speaker's representation of meaningful relations underlying sentences / Marilyn Ford. MIT Press series on cognitive theory and mental representation. Word Order Universals and Grammatical Relations Reference-Related and Role-Related Properties of Subjects Greenlandic Eskimo, Ergativity, and Relational GrammarCited by: Patrick Farrell shows how grammatical relations are characterized in competing theories of grammar and reveals the different theories' merits and limitations.
He compares mainstream generative-transformational theory with formalist and functionalist approaches, showing points of convergence and divergence. This is an ideal introduction to the. In this book grammatical relations in Javanese are described shortly.
The description is presented within the relational based view in which the notions of grammatical relations are treated as labels of relations in a network. Subjects, objects, second objects, and obliques are identified based on their syntactic characteristics.
Frank Palmer's new book is a typological survey of grammatical roles, such as Agent, Patient, Beneficiary, and grammatical relations, such as Subject, Direct Object and Indirect Object, which are familiar concepts in traditional by: 2 Grammatical relations 21 Introduction 21 Grammatical relations versus semantic roles 22 Properties of grammatical relations 33 This book is an introduction to the basic concepts of syntax and syntactic analysis.
Syntax is a central component of human language. Language has often been. On Grammatical Relations and Clause Structure in Verb-Initial Languages Noun Phrase Accessibility and Island Constraints In Defense of Spontaneous Demotion: The Impersonal PassiveCited by: Explains how grammatical relations are characterized in competing theories of grammar and reveals the different theories' merits and limitations.
This book compares mainstream generative-transformational theory with formalist and functionalist approaches, showing points of convergence and divergence.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxiv, pages ; 24 cm. Contents: On grammatical relations and clause structure in verb-initial languages / Stephen R.
Anderson and Sandra Chung --Noun phrase accessibility and island constraints / Peter Cole, Wayne Harbert, Shikaripur Sridhar, Sachiko Hashimoto, Cecil Nelson, and Diane Smietana --In defense of.
By Sandra Chung A reference work describing Polynesian syntax, an investigation of the role of grammatical relations in syntax, and a discussion of ergativity, case marking, and other areas of syntactic diversity in Polynesian.
January This is a print-on-demand title. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bowers, John S. Grammatical relations.
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Note that Reggie bears two thematic relations (Agent and Source), but only one theta role (the argument slot associated with these thematic relations). grammatical relations: The subject (S) of this sentence is Reggie, the object (O) is the kibble, the indirect object is to Fergus, and on Friday is an oblique.
See also. Morphosyntactic alignment. Get this from a library. Grammatical relations. [Patrick Farrell] -- Patrick Farrell explains how grammatical relations are characterized in competing theories of grammar and reveals the different theories' merits and limitations.
He compares mainstream. Define grammatical relation. grammatical relation synonyms, grammatical relation pronunciation, grammatical relation translation, English dictionary definition of grammatical relation. Extracting grammatical relations from the feature structure produced by the parser is simple: grammar; grammar book; grammar school; grammarian.
In traditional grammar. The grammatical relations are exemplified in traditional grammar by the notions of subject, direct object, and indirect object.
Fred gave Susan the book. The subject Fred performs or is the source of the action. The direct object the book is acted upon by the subject, and the indirect object Susan receives the direct object or otherwise benefits from the action.
Grammatical Relations by Katarzyna Dziwirek,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. In linguistics, relational grammar (RG) is a syntactic theory which argues that primitive grammatical relations provide the ideal means to state syntactic rules in universal terms.
Relational grammar began as an alternative to transformational grammar.TY - BOOK. T1 - On the nature of grammatical relations.
AU - Marantz, Alec. PY - Y1 - M3 - Book. BT - On the nature of grammatical relationsCited by: Wei-wen Roger Liao, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences (Second Edition), Grammatical relations (or grammatical functions), such as subject, direct object, indirect object, refer to nominal elements that appear in designated structural positions in relation to verbal elements, in particular between subjects and predicates, and between verbs and objects.