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コリャーク語の名詞化 : 動作主・被動作主名詞の意味とシンタックス

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Title: コリャーク語の名詞化 : 動作主・被動作主名詞の意味とシンタックス
Other Titles: Nominalization of Koryak : Meaning and Syntax of Agent Nominals and Patient Nominals
Authors: 呉人, 惠1 Browse this author
Authors(alt): Kurebito, Megumi1
Issue Date: 25-Mar-2011
Publisher: 北海道大学大学院文学研究科
Journal Title: 北方言語研究
Volume: 1
Start Page: 41
End Page: 62
Abstract: The present paper aims to examine one of the nominalization phenomena of Koryak (the Chukchi-Kamchatkan language family)—agent nominals and patient nominals derived from intransitive or transitive verbs through suffixation of -j-olqəl(JQ hereafter). In particular, this paper aims to ascertain the followings: (a) There is a hierarchy of the degree of JQ nominalization according to grammatical functions in sentences. That is, the degree of nominalization decreases in the following order: nominal argument > noun modifying phrase/clause > predicate of the main clause. (b) Even the nominal argument in the highest hierarchy exhibits limited case marking and thus does not obtain the same morphological and syntactic properties as a prototypical noun. (c) Predicative JQ in the lowest hierarchy of the degree of nominalization obtains certain verbal meaning and syntax in the following phenomena: i) Similar to a finite verb, it takes a nominal argument, that is, transitive subject, in the absolutive case. ii) Similar to a finite verb, it takes oblique cases and adverbs. iii) It obtains a modal meaning of obligation. Through the analysis of JQ, this paper also reveals that predicative JQ exhibits both syntactic and semantic similarity to the “noun-concluding sentence” found in a number of languages, including Japanese. This suggests that a cross-linguistic study of noun-concluding sentences is possible not only from those data of languages with syntactic noun-concluding sentences but also from that of some other languages with morphological noun-concluding sentences.
Type: bulletin (article)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2115/45229
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