Productivity in Argument Selection

28 Oct

portada PRODUCTIVITY

Zeldes, Amir

Productivity in Argument Selection. From Morphology to Syntax

De Gruyter Mouton, 2013

This book centers on the idea that some verbs and other argument structure constructions have an inherently different propensity to realize lexically unfamiliar arguments, independently of lexical semantic meaning. This notion is explored both qualitatively using selected examples, and quantitatively using large amounts of corpus data, in both cases primarily from English and German.

Frontmatter

Preface

Acknowledgments

Contents

List of abbreviations and symbols

List of tables

List of figures

Chapter 1. Introduction

Chapter 2. (Re-)defining productivity: From morphology to syntax

Chapter 3. Morphological productivity measures

Chapter 4. Adapting measures to the syntactic domain

Chapter 5. Lexical semantics and world knowledge

Chapter 6. Representation within a usage-based productivity grammar

Chapter 7. Conclusion

Appendices

Author index

Subject index

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