Studies in Turkish Linguistics

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Turkish is a member of the Turkic family of languages, which extends over a vast area in southern and eastern Siberia and adjacent portions of Iran, Afganistan, and China. Turkic, in turn, belongs to the Altaic family of languages. This book deals with the morphological and syntactic, semantic and discourse-based, synchronic and diachronic aspects of the Turkish language. Although an interest in morphosyntactic issues pervades the entire collection, the contributions can be grouped in terms of relative attention to syntax, semantics and discourse, and acquisition.
[Typological Studies in Language, 8]  1986.  vi, 294 pp.
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Table of Contents
Introduction
Dan I. Slobin and Karl Zimmer
1
Turkish
Robert Underhill
7
Bibliography of Modern Linguistic Work on Turkish
Robert Underhill
23
Impersonal Passives and the ArAk Construction in Turkish
Tuvana Biktimir
53
Monoclausal Double Passives in Turkish
İnci Özkaragöz
77
Lexical Causatives in Turkish
Laura Knecht
93
The Unmarked Sentential Subject Constraint in Turkish
Engin Sezer
123
Habits and Abilities in Turkish
İskender Savaşır
137
Definiteness and Referentiality in Turkish Verbal Sentences
Müserref Dede
147
Definiteness and Referentiality in Turkish Nonverbal Sentences
Sabahat Sansa Tura
165
Topic Switching and Pronominal Subjects in Turkish
Mürvet Enç
195
Pronominal versus Zero Representation of Anaphora in Turkish
Eser Erguvanlı Taylan
209
Semantic Effects of Word Order in Complex Sentences
Güliz Kuruoğlu
233
The Acquisition of Past Reference in Turkish
Ayhan Aksu Koç
247
The Significance of Word Order in the Acquisition of Turkish
F. Özden Ekmekçi
265
The acquisition and use of Relative Clauses in Turkic and Indo-European Languages
Dan I. Slobin
273
Name Index
295
Subject Index
299
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  86011777