Linguistik-Klassifikation: Semantik / Semantics
New ideas on binding and binding theory
Mind, language and metaphor : Euroconference on consciousness and the imagination, Kerkrade (the Netherlands), april 20-24, 2002.
Pedro J. Chamizo Dominguez
Carmen M. Bretones Callejas
Report on 34th conference of the "Societas Linguistica Europea" : language study in Europe at the turn of the millennium. Towards the integration of cognitive, historical und cultural approaches to language, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium, august 28-31, 2001.
Grzegorz A. Kleparski
Once again on person marking in tibeto-burman : a reply to DeLancey 2010
Randy J. LaPolla
- In terms of the direction of development, I referred to Johanna Nichols' work on head-marking vs. dependant marking. Nichols did not make reference to any languages in Tibeto-Burman, but all of the Tibeto-Burman languages that do not have verb agreement systems are solidly dependent-marking (i.e., they have marking on the nouns for case or pragmatic function); those languages with verb agreement systems, a type of head marking, also have many dependent-marking features (of the same types as the non-pronominalized languages). The question, then, is which is older, the dependent-marking type or the headmarking (actually mixed) type?