2 edition of On clitics and cliticization found in the catalog.
On clitics and cliticization
Judith L. Klavans
|Statement||Judith L. Klavans.|
|Series||Outstanding dissertations in linguistics|
|LC Classifications||P288 .K57 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 192 p. :|
|Number of Pages||192|
|LC Control Number||94039892|
To say that one sense of the term ‘clitic’ is to be identified with the phonology of the relevant elements does not, of course, actually provide in itself a theory of that dimension. In fact, the phonology of cliticization is closely bound up with the nature and status of the much broader theory of prosodic structure in language, and we can only understand phonological clitics by placing. This chapter begins by distinguishing simple clitics — referring to a purely phonological dimension of clitic-hood — from special clitics in more or less the sense of Zwicky (). It considers two systems that might be taken to illustrate simple clitics, whose behaviour can later be compared and contrasted with that of morphosyntactically unusual special clitics. The first of these is a.
clitics are not unambiguously phrasal aﬃxes and that in some con-texts they behave very much like lexical aﬃxes. Two contexts provide ample evidence in favor of a lexical aﬃx analysis of clitics. The ﬁrst concerns cliticization on the verbal host, the second one involves clitic complements of so File Size: KB. Overall, this book carefully examines the inflectional properties of clitics and argues that monosyllabic clitic pronouns behave like verbal affixes. Within this inflectional approach to cliticization, the term ‘clitic’ is regarded as a descriptive cover term, given that both monosyllabic and bisyllabic clitics are assimilated into existing Author: Ana R. Luis.
Using data from a variety of languages, this book investigates the place of clitics in the theory of language structure, and their implications for the relationships between syntax, morphology and phonology. It is argued that the least powerful theory of language requires us to recognise at least two classes of clitics, one with the syntax of independent phrases and the other with the syntax. An argument that, contrary to Chomsky, head-movement is part of the narrow syntax. In Agreement and Head Movement, Ian Roberts explores the consequences of Chomsky's conjecture that head-movement is not part of the narrow syntax, the computational system that relates the lexicon to the interfaces. Unlike other treatments of the subject that discard the concept entirely, Roberts's monograph.
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"One interesting property of clitics that differentiates them from other affixes is that while an affix will be limited to attaching to a stem that is a particular type of lexical category, such as a verb, a clitic is not so can attach to entire phrases or even words with other clitics.
Consider the English possessive clitic 's and verbal clitic 've in the following examples (which Author: Richard Nordquist. the phonology of cliticization Download the phonology of cliticization or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to get the phonology of cliticization book now.
This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. On Clitics and Cliticization book. The Interaction of Morphology, Phonology, and Syntax. On Clitics and Cliticization. DOI link for On Clitics and Cliticization. On Clitics and Cliticization book.
The Interaction of Morphology, Phonology, and Syntax. By Judith L. Klavans. Edition 1st by: Book Description. First published in This investigation shows that cliticization is not a totally unified phenomenon. Asymmetries in the behaviour of phonological and syntactic clitics show that no single principle predicts all clitic behaviour.
Zwicky distinguishes three types: simple clitics, special clitics and bound words. Broselow's data support the distinction of two types of languages, those which permit only cliticization onto adjacent elements, and those which combine movement and cliticization.
The man in the black coat's book. Note: Clitics that occur on the last element of a clause will always cliticize to the end of that element. Comparison: Here is a table that compares and contrasts clitics and affixes: Clitic.
Affix. Functions above the word level syntactically and on the word level phonologically. The main motivation was the previous definition of clitics as words, which I know was discussed above, but in reality people use "clitic" as a much broader descriptive term. On closer inspection, some of these clitics are in fact words, some are affixes, and some might really need an intermediate category.
Clitics and Cliticization in Hebrew, Part 2 J — robertholmstedt. makes clear. Anderson’s book (cited in the biblio to part 1 of the post series) is a good one to start with, since he pulls in diverse data and deals expertly with the phonological and morphological complexities.
«Clitics and Cliticization in Hebrew, Part 1. On clitics and cliticization: the interaction of morphology, phonology, and syntax / Judith L. Klavans. This book is the first introduction to clitics, providing a complete summary of their properties, their uses, the reasons why they are of interest to linguists and the various theoretical approaches that have been proposed for them.
The book describes a whole host of clitic Cited by: This book contains fourteen articles that reflect current ideas on the phonology, morphology, and syntax of clitics. It covers the forms and functions of clitics in various typologically diverse languages and presents data from, e.g.
European Portuguese, Macedonian, and Yoruba. It focuses on Romance clitics, which show at least some properties of head movement and, by treating them as simultaneously maximal and minimal elements, are able to move both as XPs and as heads.
The chapter argues that cliticization is head movement and explains why that is both allowed and required based on two central ideas: That of a word. Clitics book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In most languages we find 'little words' which resemble a full word, but whi /5.
Get this from a library. On clitics and cliticization: the interaction of morphology, phonology, and syntax. [Judith L Klavans]. Clitics are identiﬁed in boldface type, with the context of the present book, this chapter will focus almost exclusively on the phono-logical aspects of clitic behavior, and references to “clitics” will be to elements that constitutes the phonology of cliticization, and this area of phonology will be centralFile Size: KB.
Clitics and Cliticization in Hebrew, Part 1 J — robertholmstedt — Note: this post is part of an encyclopedia entry just finished, with a question for readers at the end —. 36 In bare cliticization, one could claim that the clitic is obligatorily present because its associate i.e. pro, undergoes obligatory scrambling into the middle field for “identification”.
In Author: Nikos Angelopoulos. Get this from a library. On clitics and cliticization: the interaction of morphology, phonology, and syntax. [Judith L Klavans] -- First published in This investigation shows that cliticization is not a totally unified phenomenon.
Asymmetries in the behaviour of phonological and. The first book to cover the grammar of clitics from all points of view, including their phonology, morphology, and syntax, and the first comprehensive survey of clitic phenomena for twenty years. Written with exceptional clarity and based on a course given to graduate students.
clitic (plural clitics) (linguistics) A morpheme that functions like a word, but never appears as an independent word, instead being always attached to a following or preceding word (or, in some cases, within a surrounding word), Raffaella Zanuttini, Negation and Clausal Structure, Oxford Studies in Comparative Syntax, page In fact, even within the northern Italian dialects, subject.
Cliticization from NPs in Czech and Comparable Phenomena in French and Italian Pronominal Clitic Clusters and Templates Syntactic Cliticization and Lexical Cliticization: The Case of Hebrew Dative CliticsCited by: The unbearable lightness of clitics.
The dissertation investigates the interaction of various kinds of phonologically weak items (clitics) with different types of elliptical operations (mainly VP-ellipsis and sluicing).
The main focus of the work is on what this interaction can .A Lexical Approach to Italian Cliticization (Lecture Notes) 73rd Edition. This volume examines the behavior of clitics both in Italian and in certain southern Italian dialects in order to show that, even within a single language, clitics exhibit different properties.
Monachesi argues against the existence of a special class 'clitics' whose Cited by: