Reciprocal Constructions

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| Institute for Linguistic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences
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| Institute for Linguistic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences
| Institute for Linguistic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences
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This monograph constitutes the first comprehensive investigation of reciprocal constructions and related phenomena in the world’s languages. Reciprocal constructions (of the type The two boys hit each other, The poets admire each other’s poems) have often been the subject of language-particular studies, but it is only in this work that a truly global comparative picture emerges. Nine stage-setting chapters dealing with general and theoretical matters are followed by 40 chapters containing in-depth descriptions of reciprocals in individual languages by renowned specialists. The introductory papers provide a conceptual and terminological framework that allows the authors of the individual chapters to characterize their languages in comparable terms, making it easy for the reader to see points of commonality between languages and constructions that have never been compared before. This set of volumes is an indispensable starting point and will be a lasting reference work for any future studies of reciprocals.
[Typological Studies in Language, 71]  2007.  xxiii, 2219 pp. (5 vols.)
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
List of contributors
xiii–xvi
Foreword by Bernard Comrie
xvii–xix
Preface by Vladimir Nedjalkov
xxi–xxiii
Abbreviations
Part I. Typological aspects of the investigation of reciprocals
1. Overview of the research. Definitions of terms, framework, and related issues
Vladimir P. Nedjalkov
3–114
2. Lexical reciprocals as a means of expressing reciprocal situations
Jurij P. Knjazev
115–146
3. Encoding of the reciprocal meaning
Vladimir P. Nedjalkov
147–207
4. Sociativity, conjoining, reciprocity and the Latin prefix com-
Anna A. Zalizniak and Alexei D. Shmelev
209–229
5. Polysemy of reciprocal markers
Vladimir P. Nedjalkov
231–333
6. Reciprocal and polyadic (Remarkable reciprocals in Bantu)
Elena S. Maslova
335–352
7. Reciprocal derivation involving non-verbals
Vladimir P. Nedjalkov
353–377
8. Questionnaire on reciprocals
Vladimir P. Nedjalkov and Emma Š. Geniušienė
379–434
9. Some typologically relevant properties of reciprocal markers and arrangement of the subsequent chapters
Emma Š. Geniušienė
435–451
Part II. Reflexive-reciprocal polysemy of reciprocal markers
A. Verbal and pronominal reciprocal markers
10. Reciprocal and reflexive constructions in German
Björn Wiemer and Vladimir P. Nedjalkov
455–512
11. Reciprocal and reflexive constructions in Polish
Björn Wiemer
513–559
12. Reciprocal and reflexive constructions in French
Zlatka Guentchéva and Nicole Rivière
561–607
13. Reciprocal and reflexive constructions in Bulgarian
Iordan Penchev
609–631
14. Reciprocal and reflexive constructions in Lithuanian (with references to Latvian)
Emma Š. Geniušienė
633–672
15. Reciprocal constructions in Russian
Jurij P. Knjazev
673–707
16. Reciprocals in Vedic
Leonid Kulikov
709–738
17. Reciprocal, comitative, sociative, and reflexive in Kabardian
Konstantin I. Kazenin
739–771
18. Reciprocal, reflexive, and sociative in Adyghe
Alexander Letuchiy
773–811
19. Reciprocals in West Greenlandic Eskimo
Michael Fortescue
813–842
B. Verbal reciprocal marker only
20. Reciprocals and reflexives in North Arawak languages of the Upper Rio Negro (Warekena, Bare, Baniwa of Içana)
Alexandra Y. Aikhenvald
845–855
C. Pronominal reciprocal marker only
21. Reciprocal constructions in Djaru
Tasaku Tsunoda
859–884
Part III. Sociative-reciprocal polysemy of reciprocal markers
A. Verbal and pronominal reciprocal markers
22. Reciprocal, sociative, and comitative constructions in Tagalog
Lina I. Shkarban and Gennadij E. Rachkov
887–931
23. Reciprocal constructions in Udehe
Irina Nikolaeva
933–967
24. Reciprocals, sociatives, and competitives in Karachay-Balkar
Vladimir P. Nedjalkov and Igor' V. Nedjalkov
969–1019
25. Reciprocal, sociative, and competitive constructions in Japanese
Vladimir M. Alpatov and Vladimir P. Nedjalkov
1021–1094
26. Reciprocals, sociatives, comitatives, and assistives in Yakut
Igor' V. Nedjalkov and Vladimir P. Nedjalkov
1095–1161
27. Reciprocals, sociatives, comitatives, and assistives in Tuvan
Klara B. Kuular
1163–1229
28. Reciprocals, assistives, and plural in Kirghiz
Vladimir P. Nedjalkov
1231–1279
29. Reciprocal, sociative, and assistive constructions in Buryat and Khalkha-Mongol
Vladimir P. Nedjalkov, Elena K. Skribnik, Evgenij A. Kuzmenkov and Natalija S. Yakhontova
1281–1348
B. Verbal reciprocal marker only
30. Reciprocal and sociative, reflexive and reciprocal in Tariana: Their genetic and areal properties
Alexandra Y. Aikhenvald
1351–1366
31. Reciprocal constructions in Bolivian Quechua
Simon van de Kerke
1367–1399
Part IV. Reflexive-reciprocal-sociative polysemy of reciprocal markers. Verbal reciprocal marker only
32. Reciprocal constructions in Warrungu
Tasaku Tsunoda
1403–1434
Part V. Sociative-reciprocal-iterative polysemy of reciprocal markers
A. Verbal and pronominal reciprocal markers
33. Reciprocal constructions in Indonesian
Aleksandr K. Ogloblin and Vladimir P. Nedjalkov
1437–1476
B. Verbal reciprocal marker only
34. Polysemy of the reciprocal marker in Nêlêmwa
Isabelle Bril
1479–1509
35. Reciprocal, sociative, reflexive, and iterative constructions in East Futunan
Claire Moyse-Faurie
1511–1543
Part VI. Non-prototypical polysemy
A. Verbal and pronominal reciprocal markers
36. Reciprocals and related meanings in To’aba’ita
Frank Lichtenberk
1547–1571
B. Verbal reciprocal marker only
37. Reciprocals in Mundari
Toshiki Osada
1575–1590
Part VII. Monosemous reciprocal markers
A. Verbal and pronominal reciprocal markers
38. Reciprocal and sociative constructions in Evenki (with an appendix on Manchu)
Igor' V. Nedjalkov and Vladimir P. Nedjalkov
1593–1642
39. Reciprocal and sociative constructions in Even
Andrej L. Malchukov
1643–1675
40 Reciprocal constructions in Chukchi (with an appendix on Koryak)
Vladimir P. Nedjalkov
1677–1713
41. Reciprocal constructions in Nivkh (Gilyak)
Galina A. Otaina and Vladimir P. Nedjalkov
1715–1747
B. Verbal reciprocal marker only
42. Reciprocals and sociatives in Ainu
Vladimir M. Alpatov, Anna Bugaeva and Vladimir P. Nedjalkov
1751–1822
43. Reciprocals in Itelmen (Kamchadal)
Aleksandr P. Volodin
1823–1833
44. Reciprocals in Yukaghir languages
Elena S. Maslova
1835–1863
45. Reciprocal, response reciprocal, and distributive constructions in Cashinahua
Eliane Camargo
1865–1912
C. Mostly pronominal reciprocal markers
46. Reciprocal and sociative constructions in Bamana
Valentin Vydrin
1915–1940
47. Reciprocal constructions in Vietnamese
Igor S. Bystrov and Nonna V. Stankevich
1941–1960
48. Reciprocal constructions in Ancient Chinese
Sergej E. Yakhontov
1961–1984
49. Reciprocal constructions in Modern Chinese
Monique Hoa, Vladimir P. Nedjalkov and Tamara N. Nikitina
1985–2115
Part VIII. Assessments
50. Comments
Martin Haspelmath
Name index
Emma Š. Geniušienė
2117–2123
Language index
Emma Š. Geniušienė
2125–2133
Subject index
Sergej A. Krylov
2135–2213
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