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Valence, semantic case, and grammatical relations [electronic resource] : papers prepared for the Working Group "Valence and Semantic Case," 12th International Congress of Linguists, University of Vienna, Austria, August 29 to September 3, 1977 / ed. by Werner Abraham.

By: (12th : International Congress of Linguists Working Group Valence and Semantic Case (12th : 1977 : University of Vienna).
Contributor(s): Abraham, Werner.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Studies in language companion series: v. 1.Publisher: [1007 HA] Amsterdam [postbus 52519] : Benjamins, 1978Description: 1 online resource (xiv, 731 p.).ISBN: 9789027286734 (electronic bk.); 9027286736 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Dependency grammar -- Congresses | Case grammar -- Congresses | Semantics -- Congresses | Grammar, Comparative and general -- Congresses | Grammaire de d�ependance -- Congr�es | Grammaire de cas -- Congr�es | S�emantique -- Congr�es | Grammaire compar�ee et g�en�erale -- Congr�es | LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES -- Grammar & Punctuation | LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES -- Linguistics -- Syntax | Valentie (taalkunde) | Semantische functies | Kasus | Kasusgrammatik | Kongress | Valenz (Linguistik)Genre/Form: Electronic books. | Wien (1977)Additional physical formats: Print version:: Valence, semantic case, and grammatical relations.DDC classification: 415 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
RESTRUCTURING OF NOUN-CASES IN SYNTAX, WHY 'ANTI-' WILL NOT DOERGATIVE LANGUAGES, ACCESSIBILITY HIERARCHIES GOVERNING REFLEXIVES AND QUESTIONS OF FORMAL ANALYSIS; ON THE DERIVATIVE STATUS OF GRAMMATICAL RELATIONS; VALENCEAND CASE: REMARKS ON THEIR CONTRIBUTION TO THE IDENTIFICATION OF GRAMMATICAL RELATIONS;
Summary: The papers in this volume have been grouped in three thematic parts: Valence which plays a key concept in the syntactic classification of verbs and adjectives, provides a necessary link for decoding and encoding grammatical relations, and is an important requisite for the evaluation of formal languages for the purpose of describing and explaining phenomena of natural language. The second group of papers concerns the notion of (deep) case and the implications of tracing a grammatical theory on semantic case. The final series of papers is distinguished by the degree of accent it puts on the link.
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RESTRUCTURING OF NOUN-CASES IN SYNTAX, WHY 'ANTI-' WILL NOT DOERGATIVE LANGUAGES, ACCESSIBILITY HIERARCHIES GOVERNING REFLEXIVES AND QUESTIONS OF FORMAL ANALYSIS; ON THE DERIVATIVE STATUS OF GRAMMATICAL RELATIONS; VALENCEAND CASE: REMARKS ON THEIR CONTRIBUTION TO THE IDENTIFICATION OF GRAMMATICAL RELATIONS;

The papers in this volume have been grouped in three thematic parts: Valence which plays a key concept in the syntactic classification of verbs and adjectives, provides a necessary link for decoding and encoding grammatical relations, and is an important requisite for the evaluation of formal languages for the purpose of describing and explaining phenomena of natural language. The second group of papers concerns the notion of (deep) case and the implications of tracing a grammatical theory on semantic case. The final series of papers is distinguished by the degree of accent it puts on the link.

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