Approaches to Grammaticalization

Volume II. Types of grammatical markers

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The study of grammaticalization raises a number of fundamental theoretical issues pertaining to the relation of langue and parole, creativity and automatic coding, synchrony and diachrony, categoriality and continua, typological characteristics and language-specific forms, etc., and therefore challenges some of the basic tenets of twentieth century linguistics.

This two-volume work presents a number of diverse theoretical viewpoints on grammaticalization and gives insights into the genesis, development, and organization of grammatical categories in a number of language world-wide, with particular attention to morphosyntactic and semantic-pragmatic issues.

The papers in Volume I are divided into two sections, the first concerned with general method, and the second with issues of directionality. Those in Volume II are divided into five sections: verbal structure, argument structure, subordination, modality, and multiple paths of grammaticalization.

[Typological Studies in Language, 19:2]  1991.  xii, 558 pp.
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Table of Contents
Foreword
xi
Introduction
Elizabeth Closs Traugott and Bernd Heine
1
I. Verbal structure
15
Back to the future
Joan L. Bybee, William Pagliuca and Revere D. Perkins
17
The emergence of perfective aspect in Indo-Aryan languages
Peter Edwin Hook
59
II. Argument structure
91
Grammaticization of topic into subject
Masayoshi Shibatani
93
From V/2 to subject clitics: evidence from Northern Italian
John Haiman
135
The role of motivation in the emergence of grammatical categories: the grammaticization of subjects
Marianne Mithun
159
Verbs to promotional suffixes in Sahaptian and klamath
Noel Rude
185
Grammaticalization of postpositions and word order in Senufo languages
Robert Carlson
201
III. Subordination
225
From postposition to subordinator in Newari
Carol Genetti
227
The evolution of dependent clause morpho-syntax in Biblical Hebrew
T. Givón
257
IV. Modality
311
A quantitative perspective on the gramaticization of epistemic parentheticals in English
Sandra A. Thompson and Anthony Mulac
313
The grammaticization of the German modal particles
Werner Abraham
331
V. Spectra of grammaticalization patterns
381
Areal and universal dimensions of grammatization in Lahu
James A. Matisoff
383
Ways to go in Rama: a case study in polygrammaticalization
Colette G. Craig
455
Grammaticalization and related changes in contemporary German
Christian Lehmann
493
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BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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