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The Verb Copy Construction and the Post-Verbal Constraint in Chinese - Combining a Formal Approach with a Diachronic Perspective on Chinese Verb Phrases

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Fang, Ji The Verb Copy Construction and the Post-Verbal Constraint in Chinese - Combining a Formal Approach with a Diachronic Perspective on Chinese Verb Phrases
Fang, Ji - The Verb Copy Construction and the Post-Verbal Constraint in Chinese - Combining a Formal Approach with a Diachronic Perspective on Chinese Verb Phrases

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Beschreibung

This study investigates the verb copy construction
(VCC) in Chinese from diachronic and synchronic
perspectives. The VCC has been posited as a
post-verbal constraint (PVC). Given that the VCC and
PVC did not exist in Old and Middle Chinese, this
study examines how and why they emerged
diachronically, and proposes that they are in fact a
reaction to a syntactic and pragmatic/semantic
conflict. The VCC emerged as a perfect reconciliation
of this conflict. The other focus of the study is the
formal analysis of the VCC in Lexical-Functional
Grammar (LFG). In previous studies, the VCC has been
analyzed as a single-headed structure, with the first
VP as an adjunct to the second. Based on historical
evidence as well as facts regarding aspect attachment
and adjunct
distribution, I propose that the VCC is a coordinate
VP, with each conjunct as a head. I further propose
that the VP containing all subcategorized arguments
of the verb stands in a formal subsumption relation
to each other VP. This subsumption constraint
directly explains why that VP must be the first VP if
it occurs at all in the VCC.

Mitwirkende

Autor:
Fang, Ji

Weitere Informationen

Biografie:
Ji Fang is currently a member of the research staff at Palo Alto
Research Center (PARC) in California. Her research areas include
syntax, natural language processing and sentiment analysis. Ji
holds a Ph.D. in Chinese linguistics from Stanford University.
She received a BA and a MA in linguistics from Peking University
in China.
Sprache:
Englisch
Seitenanzahl:
180
Medientyp:
Taschenbuch
Verlag:
VDM Verlag Dr. Müller

Stammdaten

Produkttyp:
Taschenbuch
Verpackungsabmessungen:
0.22 x 0.148 x 0.014 m; 0.281 kg
GTIN:
09783639130218
DUIN:
AS4BHB6DCAM
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