The Mainz Meeting: Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Turkish Linguistics, August 3-6, 1994

Ön Kapak
Lars Johanson, Éva Ágnes Csató
Otto Harrassowitz Verlag, 1998 - 765 sayfa
Turcology in Mainz has been pursued as general and comparative Turcology. The 49 contributions to this conference reflect this interest and include titles on the history and linguistic structure of both Turkish and other Turkic languages. The main focus of the volume is on Turkish linguistic issues. A number of studies indifferent modern linguistic frameworks deal with Turkish morphological structures, communicative functions and referentiality, the function and syntax of converbs, thecategory of voice. Discussions on the structures of relative clauses constitute an important part of the volume. Other fields of studies represented include language acquisition, dialect studies, language policy, contact linguistics, computer linguistics, stylistics and applied linguistics. The volume will be invaluable to students and researchers within the fields of Turcology, linguistics, linguistic typology, contact linguistics, Near Eastern and Oriental Studies.
 

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Chuvash without syllables
19
Morphology
25
Functional categories in Turkishremarks
45
Topic subject and possessive compounds
75
Relative Clauses
77
On rightward movement in Turkish
124
75
228
Restrictions on the interchangeability
263
Possessive constructions in Turkish
458
The case of the errant question marker
478
Postverbal clausal constituents in Turkish
494
Acquisition of topic continuity in Turkish
501
Functional literacy of Turkish children in Turkey
517
Definite and indefinite nouns in the discourse
552
On dialect dictionaries
571
Mutual intelligibility of some Turkic languages
597

The functions
271
Genitival subjects in Turkish
285
On some strategies for case recovery in Turkish
299
Definiteness referentiality and animacy
321
154
332
The choice of the relative participles yEcEK
348
Locative Inversion VPadjunction
361
Syntax and Semantics
375
Subordinate Infls and Comp in Turkish
404
On the usage of gibi
422
Western Old Turkic
619
Observations of a nonlinguist concerning
647
Converbs
651
On the characteristics of Cheremiss linguistic
667
On some Turkic loanwords in Monguor
683
Turkish as an immigrant language A descriptive
697
Situated analysis of anaphora
728
The effect
753
Structural similarities of clause combining
763
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