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Dimensions of possession [electronic resource] / edited by Ir�ene Baron, Michael Herslund, Finn Sorensen.

Contributor(s): Baron, Ir�ene | Herslund, Michael | S�rensen, Finn, 1942-.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Typological studies in language: v. 47.Publisher: Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : John Benjamins Pub. Co., 2001Description: 1 online resource (vi, 335 p.).ISBN: 9789027298010 (electronic bk.); 9027298017 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Grammar, Comparative and general -- Possessives | Possessifs | LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES -- Grammar & Punctuation | LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES -- Linguistics -- Syntax | Possessieve constructiesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Dimensions of possession.DDC classification: 415 Online resources: EBSCOhost
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Machine generated contents note: Introduction: Dimensions of possession 1 -- Michael Herslund and Irene Baron -- 1. The operational basis of possession: -- A dimensional approach revisited 27 -- Hansjakob Seiler -- 2. The concept of possession in Danish grammar 41 -- Ole Togeby -- 3. Possession spaces in Danish 57 -- Finn S0rensen -- 4. The verb HAVE in Nyulnyulan languages 67 -- William McGregor -- 5. Semantics of the verb HAVE 85 -- Irene Baron and Michael Herslund -- 6. Possessum-oriented and possessor-oriented constructions -- in Russian 99 -- Per Durst-Andersen -- 7. Datives and comitatives as neighbouring spouses -- The case of indirect objects and comitatives in Danish 115 -- Lars Heltoft -- 8. Towards a typology of French NP de NP structures or how much -- possession is there in complex noun phrases with de in French? 147 -- Inge Bartning -- 9. Spanish N de N structures from a cognitive perspective 169 -- Henrik Hoeg Muller -- 10. The grammatical category "Possession" -- and the part-whole relation in French 187 -- Martin Riegel -- 11. Kinship in grammar 201 -- Osten Dahl and Maria Koptjevskaja-Tamm -- 12. (In)alienability and (in)determination in Portuguese 227 -- Anne-Marie Spanoghe -- 13. Possessives with extensive use: -- A source of definite articles? 243 -- Kari Fraurud -- 14. Possessors and experiencers in Classical Latin 269 -- A. Machtelt Bolkestein -- 15. The difference a category makes in the expression -- of possession and inalienability 285 -- Marianne Mithun -- 16. Ways of explaining possession 311 -- Bernd Heine.
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Machine generated contents note: Introduction: Dimensions of possession 1 -- Michael Herslund and Irene Baron -- 1. The operational basis of possession: -- A dimensional approach revisited 27 -- Hansjakob Seiler -- 2. The concept of possession in Danish grammar 41 -- Ole Togeby -- 3. Possession spaces in Danish 57 -- Finn S0rensen -- 4. The verb HAVE in Nyulnyulan languages 67 -- William McGregor -- 5. Semantics of the verb HAVE 85 -- Irene Baron and Michael Herslund -- 6. Possessum-oriented and possessor-oriented constructions -- in Russian 99 -- Per Durst-Andersen -- 7. Datives and comitatives as neighbouring spouses -- The case of indirect objects and comitatives in Danish 115 -- Lars Heltoft -- 8. Towards a typology of French NP de NP structures or how much -- possession is there in complex noun phrases with de in French? 147 -- Inge Bartning -- 9. Spanish N de N structures from a cognitive perspective 169 -- Henrik Hoeg Muller -- 10. The grammatical category "Possession" -- and the part-whole relation in French 187 -- Martin Riegel -- 11. Kinship in grammar 201 -- Osten Dahl and Maria Koptjevskaja-Tamm -- 12. (In)alienability and (in)determination in Portuguese 227 -- Anne-Marie Spanoghe -- 13. Possessives with extensive use: -- A source of definite articles? 243 -- Kari Fraurud -- 14. Possessors and experiencers in Classical Latin 269 -- A. Machtelt Bolkestein -- 15. The difference a category makes in the expression -- of possession and inalienability 285 -- Marianne Mithun -- 16. Ways of explaining possession 311 -- Bernd Heine.

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