, , ,

<<


 >>  ()
Pages:     | 1 |   ...   | 9 | 10 ||

! . ...

-- [ 11 ] --

386. Nichols J. 1984. Another typology of relatives // Proceedings of the 10th Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society. Berkeley: Berkeley Linguistics Soci ety. P. 524541.

387. Nichols J. 1986. Head-marking and dependent-marking grammar // Language.

Vol. 62, No. 1. P. 56119.

388. Nichols J. 1992. Linguistic Diversity in Space and Time. Chicago, London: The University of Chicago Press.

389. Nichols J., Bickel B. 2011. Locus of marking in the clause // Dryer, Haspelmath (eds) 2011.

390. Nikolaev S.L. 1991. Sino-Caucasian languages in America // V.V. Shevoroshkin (ed.). Dene-Sino-Caucasian Languages. Bochum: Brockmeyer. P. 4266.

391. Nikolayev S.L., Starostin S.A. 1994. A North Caucasian Etymological Dictionary.

M.: Asterisk.

392. Nikolaeva I. 2006. Relative clauses // K. Brown (ed.). The Encyclopedia of Lan guage and Linguistics. 2nd edition. Vol. 10. Oxford: Elsevier. P. 501508.

393. Nikolaeva L. 2012. Quantifiers in Adyghe // E.L. Keenan, D. Paperno (eds).

Handbook of Quantifiers in Natural Language. Dordrecht: Springer. P. 2182.

394. Nordlinger R., Saulwick A. 2002. Infinitives in polysynthesis: The case of Rem barrnga // N. Evans, H.-J. Sasse (eds). Problems of Polysynthesis. Berlin: Akade mie Verlag. P. 185201.

395. OHerin B. 2002. Case and Agreement in Abaza. Dallas: SIL International.

396. zsoy A.S. 1992. Relativization in Oubykh // C. Paris (ed.). Caucasologie et my thologie compare. Actes du Colloque international du C.N.R.S. IVe Colloque de Caucasologie (Svres, 2729 juin 1988). Paris: Peeters. P. 289299.

397. Paris C. 1987. Comment sont remplies en tcherkesse les fonctions devolues dans dautres langues aux variations de diathese // Actances 3. Paris: CNRS. P. 14 72.

398. Paris C. 1989. Esquisse grammaticale du dialecte abzakh (tcherkesse occidental) // B.G. Hewitt (ed.). The Indigenous Languages of the Caucasus. Vol. 2. The North West Caucasian Languages. N.Y.: Caravan Books. P. 154260.

399. Paris C., Batouka N. 19872005. Dictionnaire abzakh (tcherkesse occidental).

Paris: Peeters.

400. Partee B.H. 1986. Noun phrase interpretation and type-shifting principles // J. Groenendijk et al. (eds) Studies in Discourse Representation Theory and the Theory of Generalized Quantifiers. Dordrecht: Foris. P. 115143. [Reprinted in:

Partee B.H. Compositionality in Formal Semantics. Oxford: Blackwell. P. 203 230.] 401. Peranteau P.M., Levi J.N., Phares G.C. (eds) 1972 The Chicago Which Hunt. Pa pers from the Relative Clause Festival, April 13, 1972. Chicago: Chicago Linguis tic Society.

402. Perlmutter D.M., Ross J.R. 1970. Relative clauses with split antecedents // Lin guistic Inquiry. Vol. 1, No. 3. P. 350.

403. Platero P. 1974. The Navaho relative clause // International Journal of Ameri can Linguistics. Vol. 40. No. 3. P. 202246.

404. Plungian V.A., van der Auwera J. 2006. Towards a typology of discontinuous past marking // Sprachtypologie und Universalienforschung. Vol. 59, No. 4.

P. 317349.

405. Pollard C., Sag I. 1992. Anaphors in English and the scope of Binding Theory // Linguistic Inquiry. Vol. 23, No. 2. P. 261303.

406. Potts Chr. 2002. The lexical semantics of parenthetical-as and appositive-which // Syntax. Vol. 5. P. 5588.

407. Potts Chr. 2005. The Logic of Conventional Implicatures. Oxford: Oxford Univer sity Press.

408. Pratt P.P. 1971. Peter Du Ponceau's contributions to anthropology // Ethnohis tory. Vol. 18. P. 147158.

409. Prince E. 1990. Syntax and discourse: A look at resumptive pronouns // Pro ceedings of the 16th Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society. Berke ley: Berkeley Linguistics Society. P. 482497.

410. Quirk R., Greenbaum S., Leech G., Svartvik J. 1985. A Comprehensive Grammar of the English Language. London: Longman.

411. Rackowski A., Richards N. 2005. Phase edge and extraction: a Tagalog case study // Linguistic Inquiry. Vol. 36, No. 4. P. 565599.

412. Rice K. 2000. Morpheme Order and Semantic Scope: Word Formation in the Athapaskan Verb. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

413. Riddle E.M. 1994. Relativization, parataxis, and underspecification in White Hmong // K.L. Adams, T.J. Hudak (eds). Papers from the Second Annual Meeting of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society. Tempe: Arizona State Uni versity, Program for Southeast Asian Studies. P. 263278.

414. Ross J.R. 1967. Constraints on variables in syntax. Ph.D. diss., MIT.

415. Sapir E. 1921. Language: An Introduction to the Study of Speech. N.Y.: New York: Harcourt, Brace & Company. [. : . 1993. . // . . . .: , . . 26203.] 416. Sasse H.-J. 1988. Der irokesische Sprachtyp // Zeitschrift fr Sprachwissen schaft. Vol. 7, No. 2. P. 173213.

417. Saulwick A. 2007. Rembarrnga polysynthesis in cross-linguistic perspective // M. Miestramo (ed.). New Challenges in Typology: Broadening the Horizons and Redefining the Foundations. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. P. 104125.

418. Schachter P. 1973. Focus and relativization // Language. Vol. 49, No. 1. P. 19 46.

419. Schippers A. 2010. On the (un)availability of long-distance movement // V. Torrens, L. Escobar, A. Gavarr, J.G. Mangado (eds). Movement and Clitics:

Adult and Child Grammar. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. P. 39 62.

420. Schneider-Blum G. 2009. Alaaba // G.J. Dimmendaal (ed.). Coding Participant Marking: Construction Types in Twelve African Languages. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. P. 5596.

421. Schuit J. 2007. The typological classification of sign language morphology. M.A.

thesis, University of Amsterdam.

422. Schulze W. 1982. Die Sprache der Uden in Nordazerbajdan. Studien zur Syn chronie und Diachronie einer sd-ostkaukasischen Sprache. Wiesbaden: Otto Harrassowitz.

423. Serdobolskaya N., Paperno D. 2006. The polysemy of relativizing and nominaliz ing markers. Unpublished ms.

424. Shibatani M. 2009. Elements of complex structures, where recursion isnt. The case of relativization // T. Givn, M. Shibatani (eds). Syntactic Complexity. Dia chrony, Acquisition, Neuro-cognition, Evolution. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

P. 163198.

425. Siewierska A. 2011. Verbal person marking // Dryer, Haspelmath (eds) 2011.

426. Smeets R. 1984. Studies in West Circassian Phonology and Morphology. Leiden:

The Hakuchi Press.

427. Smeets R. 1992. On valencies, actants and actant coding in Circassian // G. Hewitt (ed.). Caucasian Perspectives. Unterschleissheim, Mnchen: LINCOM Europa. P. 98144.

428. Spencer A. 1999. Chukchee and polysynthesis // .. , .. (.). : . 60- .. . .: . . 106113.

429. Srivastav V. 1991. The syntax and semantics of correlatives // Natural Language and Linguistic Theory. Vol. 9. P. 637686.

430. Starosta S., Pawley A., Reid A. 1982. The evolution of focus in Austronesian // A. Halim, L. Carrington, S. Wurm (eds). Papers from the Third International Conference on Austronesian Linguistics. Vol. 2: Tracking the Travellers. (Pacific Linguistics. C-75.) Canberra: Australian National University. P. 145170.

431. Starosta S., Pawley A., Reid A. 2009. The evolution of focus in Austronesian (1981) // [S. Starosta.] Formosan Linguistics: Stanley Starostas Contributions.

Vol. 2: Publications on Formosan Languages. Taipei: Academia Sinica. P. 329 481.

432. Stemberger J. 1981. Morphological haplology // Language. Vol. 57, No. 4.

P. 791817.

433. Stump G.T. 2001. Inflectional Morphology. A Theory of Paradigm Structure.

Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

434. Swadesh M. 1938. Nootka internal syntax // International Journal of American Linguistics. Vol. 9, No. 24. P. 77102.

435. Sweet H. 1909. The History of Language. 4th edition. London.

436. Szabolcsi A. 2006. Strong and weak islands // M. Everaert et al. (eds) The Blackwell Companion to Syntax. Vol. IV. Oxford: Blackwell. P. 479 437. Testelec Ya.G. 1998. Word order variation in some SOV languages of Europe // A. Siewierska (ed.). Constituent Order in the Languages of Europe. Berlin: Mou ton de Gruyter. P. 649679.

438. Testelec Ya.G. 1998b. On the two parameters of transitivity // L. Kulikov, H. Vater (eds). Typology of Verbal Categories. Tbingen: Niemeyer. P. 2945.

439. Tuite K. 1984. Case attraction and case agreement // G. Alvarez, B. Brodie, T. McCoy (eds). ESCOL84: Proceedings of the First Eastern States Conference on Linguistics. Columbus (Ohio): Ohio State University. P. 140151.

440. Tuite K. 2008. The rise and fall and revival of the Ibero-Caucasian hypothesis // Historiographia Linguistica. Vol. 35. P. 2382.

441. Vajda E.J. 2005. Distinguishing between referential and grammatical function in morphological typology // Z. Frajzyngier, A. Hodges, D.S. Rood (eds). Linguistic Diversity and Language Theories. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. P. 399422.

442. van Breugel S. 2010. No common argument, no extraction, no gap: Attributive clauses in Atong and beyond // Studies in Language 34(3): 493531.

443. van der Hulst H. 2010. Re Recursion // H. van der Hulst (ed.). Recursion and Human Language. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. P. xv-liii.

444. van Riemsdijk H. 2005. Free relatives // M. Everaert et al. (eds) The Blackwell Companion to Syntax. Vol. II. Oxford: Blackwell. P. 338382.

445. Van Valin R.D., Jr. 1985. Case marking and the structure of the Lakhota clause // J. Nichols, A.C. Woodbury (eds). Grammar Inside and Outside the Clause.

Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. P. 363413.

446. Van Valin R.D., Jr. 1987. The role of government in the grammar of head marking languages // International Journal of American Linguistics. Vol. 53.

No. 4. P. 371397.

447. Van Valin R.D., Jr. 2005. Exploring the SyntaxSemantics Interface. Cambridge:

Cambridge University Press.

448. Verhaar J. 1979. Syntactic (in)alienability in Indonesian // S.A. Wurm, L. Carrington (eds). Second International Conference on Austronesian Linguis tics: Proceedings, Fasc. 1: Western Austronesian. (Pacific Linguistics, C-61).

Canberra: Australian National University. P. 317325.

449. von Humboldt W. 1836. ber die Verschiedenheit des menschlichen Sprachbaues und ihren Einflu auf die geistige Entwickelung des Men schengeschlechts. Berlin: Knigliche Akademie der Wissenschaften, and F.

Dmmler. [. .: . . 1984. // . . . .: . . 37 298.] 450. Vydrin A. 2008. Are there depictives in Adyghe? // Chr. Schroeder, G. Hentschel, W. Boeder (eds). Secondary Predicates in Eastern European Lan guages and Beyond. Oldenburg: BIS. P. 424445.

451. Watanabe A. 1992. Subjacency and S-structure movement of wh-in-situ // Jour nal of East Asian Linguistics. Vol. 1, No. 3. P. 255291.

452. Watanabe A. 2004. Parametrization of quantificational determiners and head internal relatives // Language and Linguistics. Vol. 5, No. 1. P. 5997.

453. Wierzbicka A. 1998. Anchoring linguistic typology in universal semantic primes // Linguistic Typology. Vol. 2, No. 2. P. 141194.

454. Ziga F. 2006. Deixis and Alignment. Inverse Systems in Indigenous Languages of the Americas. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

455. Wierzbicka A. 2002. Semantic primes and linguistic typology // C. Goddard, A. Wierzbicka (eds). Meaning and universal grammar: theory and empirical find ings. Vol. II. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. P. 257300.

456. Williamson J.S. 1987. An indefiniteness restriction for relative clauses in Lak hota // E. Reuland, A. ter Meulen (eds). The Representation of (In)definiteness.

Cambridge (Mass.): The MIT Press. P. 168190.

457. Wojdak R. 2003. Predicative lexical suffixes in Nuu-chah-nulth // J.C. Brown and Michele Kalmar (eds.), Papers for the 38th International Conference on Sal ish and Neighbouring Languages. (University of British Columbia Working Pa pers in Linguistics. Vol. 11.) P. 275289.

458. Zamparelli R. 2000. Layers in the Determiner Phrase. N.Y.: Garland.

459. Zwicky A.M. 1985. Heads // Journal of Linguistics. Vol. 21, No. 1. P. 129.



Pages:     | 1 |   ...   | 9 | 10 ||
 
 >>  ()





 
<<     |    
2013 www.libed.ru - -

, .
, , , , 1-2 .