Linking Constructions into Functional Linguistics

The role of constructions in grammar

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| Institute of Technology Blanchardstown Dublin
| Google Ireland
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There is a growing awareness of the significance of constructions in grammar in the world’s languages. To date there has not been a single volume that addresses the issues of constructions within a functional Role and Reference Grammar (RRG) account. The book is a collection of articles that will serve the scholarly community as a reference work on the role, place and significance of constructions within this functional model of grammar. As a result, this volume represents the first instance of cross-linguistic comparison of these important discourse and syntax-related phenomena. The articles cover a variety of typologically different languages including German, Irish, Spanish, French, Japanese, Yaqui, Tepehua (Totonacan), Persian, and English, and they offer new data on the role of constructions, within the RRG theory, in these languages. Further, this volume contributes towards providing a comprehensive overview of grammatical constructions which are central to our understanding of how human languages function, in a functional linguistics perspective. This scholarly work is grounded in a functionally oriented model that makes strong claims of descriptive and typological adequacy. The book will represent a valuable step forward in linguistics research as it applies the RRG theoretical framework to the analyses of constructions.
[Studies in Language Companion Series, 145]  2013.  xix, 335 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Introduction
Brian Nolan and Elke Diedrichsen
vii–xx
Controller-controllee relations in purposive constructions: A construction-based account
Lilián Guerrero
1–22
Transitivity, constructions, and the projection of argument structure in RRG
James K. Watters
23–40
Constructions in RRG: A case study of mimetic verbs in Japanese
Kiyoko Toratani
41–66
A constructional perspective on clefting in Persian: An insight into differentiating between emphatic and deictic in
Farhad Moezzipour
67–102
Radical Role and Reference Grammar (RRRG): A sketch for remodelling the Syntax-Semantics-Interface
Rolf Kailuweit
103–142
Constructions as grammatical objects: A case study of the prepositional ditransitive construction in Modern Irish
Brian Nolan
143–178
Constructions in Role and Reference Grammar: The case of the English resultative
Rocío Jiménez Briones and Alba Luzondo Oyón
179–204
Towards a model of constructional meaning for natural language understanding
Carlos Periñán-Pascual
205–230
Meaning construction, meaning interpretation and formal expression in the Lexical Constructional Model
Francisco José Ruiz de Mendoza Ibáñez
231–270
Constructions in the Lexical Constructional Model
Christopher S. Butler
271–294
From idioms to sentence structures and beyond: The theoretical scope of the concept "Construction"
Elke Diedrichsen
295–330
Index
331–336
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CFK – Grammar, syntax
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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