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Title Valence changes in Zapotec : synchrony, diachrony, typology / Edited by Natalie Operstein, California State University, Fullerton, Aaron Huey Sonnenschein, California State University, Los Angeles
Imprint Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : John Benjamins Publishing Company, [2015]
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 人文社會聯圖  PM4547 .V35 2015    AVAILABLE    30630020089452
Descript xiii, 385 pages : illustrations, maps (some color) ; 25 cm
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Series Typological Studies in language (TSL), 0167-7373 ; Volume 110
Typological studies in language ; v. 110
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
"Zapotec languages present a wide range of lexical, morphological, phonological, and syntactic means of indicating valence changes. Despite their significant theoretical interest, detailed descriptions of valence-changing phenomena in Zapotec are rare, comparative studies are practically non-existent, and Zapotec contributions to the general typology of valence-changing phenomena still remain largely untapped. The present volume addresses this imbalance by being the first to explore Zapotec valence-changing constructions in depth, and to highlight their broad comparative, typological, and theoretical significance. This book contains both write-ups of contributions to the Special Session on Valence-Changing Devices in Zapotecan (annual meeting of SSILA, 2012) and specially commissioned chapters. It will be of interest to Zapotecanists, Otomangueanists, Mesoamericanists, typologists, morphologists, syntacticians, semanticians, and general linguists with an interest in valence-changing phenomena, and may also be used as supplementary reading in field methods and typology courses"-- Provided by publisher
Link Online version: Valence changes in Zapotec Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : John Benjamins Publishing Company, [2015] 9789027267788 (DLC) 2015035629
Subject Zapotec language -- Grammar
Zapotec language -- Phonology
Zapotec language -- Variation
Typology (Linguistics)
Linguistic change
Alt Author Operstein, Natalie, editor
Sonnenschein, Aaron Huey, editor
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