Noun Phrases in Article-less Languages

Uzbek and beyond

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This book is a theoretically oriented, comparative study of noun phrases and their semantic and morpho-syntactic properties. This is the first study that provides a comprehensive analysis of the nominal structure in Uzbek, and compares it with corresponding structures in other article and article-less languages. Uzbek nominals represent a fertile ground to test the universality of the DP hypothesis and to make an insightful contribution to an ongoing debate about the functional architecture of the nominal domain in languages with and without articles. The study shows that the ordering of various nominal suffixes in Uzbek reflects a rich functional structure, involving not only DP but also KP. The work also discusses elements such as determiners, demonstratives, quantifiers and adjectives, and positioning of these elements within the nominal domain. This study is especially useful for researchers interested in theoretical linguistics, comparative syntax and typology.
[Linguistik Aktuell/Linguistics Today, 253]  2019.  xiv, 182 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
List of tables
ix
List of abbreviations
xi–xii
Preface
xiii–xiv
Chapter 1. Introduction
1–38
Chapter 2. Perspectives on the DP-Hypothesis
39–71
Chapter 3. Determiners within the DP: Interpretation and architecture
73–107
Chapter 4. Functional projections within the nominal domain
109–166
Chapter 5. Conclusion
167–168
References
169–177
Name index
179
Subject index
181–182
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