Network Core Mechanisms of Exponence

Evans, Nicholas; Brown, Dunstan and Corbett, Greville (2001)

Abstract

Classical Network-Morphology study of the pervasive syncretism/neutralization in the multi-argument system of the Australian language Dalabon using the elegant analysis made possible by Rules of Referral as evidence for the necessity to use this formal device.

Evans&Brown&Corbett:2001
authorEvans, Nicholas and Brown, Dunstan and Corbett, Greville
year2001
titleDalabon pronominal prefixes and the typology of syncretism: a Network Morphology analysis
entrytypearticle
journalYearbook of Morphology
volume2000
pages187-231

BibTeX

@article{Evans&Brown&Corbett:2001,
    author = {Evans, Nicholas and Brown, Dunstan and Corbett, Greville},
    year = {2001},
    title = {Dalabon pronominal prefixes and the typology of syncretism: a Network Morphology analysis},
    journal = {Yearbook of Morphology},
    volume = {2000},
    pages = {187-231},
}
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