Typology of Pluractional Constructions in the Languages of the World

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The aim of this book is to give the first large-scale typological investigation of pluractionality in the languages of the world. Pluractionality is defined as the morphological modification of the verb to express a plurality of situations that can additionally involve a plurality of participants and/or spaces. Based on a 246-language sample, the main characteristics of pluractionality are described and discussed throughout the book. Firstly, a description of the functions that pluractional markers cross-linguistically express is presented and the relationships occurring among them are explained through the semantic map model. Then, the marking strategies that languages display to express such functions are illustrated and some issues concerning the formal identification are briefly discussed as well. The typological generalizations are corroborated showing how pluractional markers work in three specific languages (Akawaio, Beja, Maa). In conclusion, the theoretical conceptualization of pluractionality is discussed referring to the Radical Construction Grammar approach.
[Typological Studies in Language, 125]  2019.  xxiv, 237 pp.
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Table of Contents
List of tables
xi
List of figures
xiii
List of maps
xv
List of abbreviations
xvii–xxii
Acknowledgements
xxiii–xxiv
Chapter 1. Introduction
1–18
Chapter 2. The semantic domain of pluractional constructions
19–64
Chapter 3. The morpho-syntax of pluractional constructions
65–93
Chapter 4. Pluractional constructions: Some case studies
95–142
Chapter 5. Pluractional constructions in cross-linguistic perspective
143–165
Chapter 6. Conclusions
167–169
Appendix I. Language sample
171–181
Appendix II. Pluractional constructions of the languages of the sample
183–216
References
217–234
Index
235–237
“[This book] contains a high quality study of pluractionality and contributes much to the understanding of the phenomenon in question. It will become a necessary resource for anyone whose research interests lie in the field of verbal aspect and pluractionality. A lot of accurate observations made by the author will definitely inspire future researchers interested in deeper semantic investigations, since the book brings to light many puzzles associated with non-standard models of polysemy (causative/pluractional polysemy, emphasis readings etc.). Any future research of this phenomenon will certainly have to take the present book into consideration, and it can be recommended both for specialists in typology and scholars who are interested in particular language families.”
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