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README.md

Further investigations into the nature of phrasal compounding

Publication Info

  • Editors: Carola Trips and Jaklin Kornfilt
  • Publication Date: September 19th, 2017
  • Series: Morphological Investigations
  • Volume: 1

Description

This collection of papers on phrasal compounding is part of a bigger project whose aims are twofold: First, it seeks to broaden the typological perspective by providing data for as many different languages as possible to gain a better understanding of the phenomenon itself. Second, based on these data which clearly show interaction between syntax and mor- phology it aims to discuss theoretical models which deal with this kind of interaction in different ways. Models like Generative Grammar, assume components of grammar and a clear-cut distinction between the lexicon (often including morphology) and grammar. Other models like construc- tion grammar do not assume such components and are rather based on a lexicon including constructs. A comparison of these models on the basis of this phenomenon on the morphology-syntax interface makes it possible to assess their descriptive and explanatory power.

URL

Book page on langsci-press.org

License

Copyright: (c) 2017, the authors.

All data, code and documentation in this repository is published under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 Licence (CC BY 4.0).