Network Core Mechanisms of Exponence

Heath, Jeffrey (1998)

Abstract

Typological-functionalist study which extends the observations and the account of Heath (1991 on Australian languages) for 'weird morphology' in transitive agreement involving 1st and 2nd person arguments at the same time to a crosslinguistic selection of languages/phenomena. Relevant for the OCP-problem because it discusses cases of avoidance of exponence of 1+2 combinations.

Heath:1998
authorHeath, Jeffrey
year1998
titlePragmatic skewing in 1 $\leftrightarrow$ 2 pronominal combinations in Native American Languages
entrytypearticle
journalInternational Journal of American Linguistics
volume64
pages83--104

BibTeX

@article{Heath:1998,
    author = {Heath, Jeffrey},
    year = {1998},
    title = {Pragmatic skewing in 1 $\leftrightarrow$ 2 pronominal combinations in Native American Languages},
    journal = {International Journal of American Linguistics},
    volume = {64},
    pages = {83--104},
}
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