Non-Canonical Passives

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This volume contains a selection of papers dealing with constructions that have a passive-like interpretation but do not seem to share all the properties with canonical passives. The fifteen chapters of this volume raise important questions concerning the proper characterization of the universal properties of passivization and reflect the current discussion in this area, covering syntactic, semantic, psycho-linguistic and typological aspects of the phenomenon, from different theoretical perspectives and in different language families and backed up in most cases by extensive corpora and experimental studies.
[Linguistik Aktuell/Linguistics Today, 205]  2013.  vi, 361 pp
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Table of Contents
Non-canonical passives
Artemis Alexiadou and Florian Schäfer
1–20
Adjectival passives and adjectival participles in English
Andrew McIntyre
21–42
The get-passive at the intersection of get and the passive
Anja Wanner
43–62
Three “competing” auxiliaries of a non-canonical passive: On the German GET passive and its auxiliaries
Alexandra N. Lenz
63–94
Variations in non-canonical passives
C.-T. James Huang
95–114
How much bekommen is there in the German bekommen passive?
Markus Bader and Jana Häussler
115–140
Haben-statives in German: A syntactic analysis
Martin Businger
141–162
Another passive that isn’t one: On the semantics of German haben-passives
Helga Gese
163–184
Passives and near-passives in Balto-Slavic: On the survival of accusative
James E. Lavine
185–212
How do things get done: On non-canonical passives in Finnish
Fredrik Heinat and Satu Manninen
213–234
Anticausativizing a causative verb: The passive se faire construction in French
Marie Labelle
235–260
On the syntax-semantics of passives 
in Persian
Fatemeh Nemati
261–280
Two indirect passive constructions in Japanese
Masanori Deguchi
281–296
Få and its passive complement
Eva Klingvall
297–314
The Danish reportive passive as a non-canonical passive
Bjarne Ørsnes
315–336
(Non-)canonical passives and reflexives: Deponents and their like
Dalina Kallulli
337–358
Index
359–362
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CFK – Grammar, syntax
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2012047346