Noun Valency

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| University of Toulouse 2
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Despite a recent spate of publications, the valency of nouns is a topic that still remains in the shadow of the valency of verbs. This volume aims to contribute to the discussion of noun valency not only from a theoretical point of view, as is often the case, but also from an empirical one by presenting a series of studies focusing on particular questions and based on data-driven research. It explores properties of valency nouns in a variety of languages, including Bulgarian, Czech, German, Latin, Romanian, and Spanish. The specificity of this book consists in the diversity of the methodological approaches used. It includes empirical studies and it explores different theoretical frameworks: Head-driven Phrase Structure Grammar (HPSG), the Minimalist Program within Generative Grammar, Functional Generative Description (FGD), and Construction Grammar. Special attention is paid to deverbal nouns, but nouns expressing quantity and “compound-like” constructions involving relationship and interactivity are also dealt with.
[Studies in Language Companion Series, 158]  2014.  xvi, 213 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Abbreviations
vii–viii
Editor’s foreword
ix–xiv
Contributors
xv–xvi
Chapter 1. Contribution of valency to the analysis of language
Jarmila Panevová
1–18
Chapter 2. Special valency behavior of Czech deverbal nouns
Veronika Kolářová
19–60
Chapter 3. Nominalizations of Spanish perception verbs at the syntax–semantics interface
Elisa Bekaert and Renata Enghels
61–88
Chapter 4. Case assignment, aspect, and (non-)expression of patients: A study of the internal structure of Czech verbal nouns
Věra Dvořák
89–112
Chapter 5. A data-driven analysis of the structure type ‘man–nature relationship’ in Romanian
Ana-Maria Barbu
113–140
Chapter 6. Classifier noun phrases of the type N1N2 in Bulgarian
Petya Osenova
141–160
Chapter 7. Noun phrasal complements vs. adjuncts
Rossella Resi
161–182
Chapter 8. Noun valency in Latin
Olga Spevak
183–210
Index
211–213
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2018. Situating Valency Theory in functional-cognitive space. Review of Cognitive Linguistics 16:2  pp. 348 ff. Crossref logo
Zakrzewska, Ewa
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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:  2014013631 | Marc record