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サハ語の使役文と受動文 : 二重対格使役文と非人称受動文を中心に

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Title: サハ語の使役文と受動文 : 二重対格使役文と非人称受動文を中心に
Other Titles: Sakha (Yakut) causative and passive : Focusing on double-accusative causative and impersonal passive
Authors: 江畑, 冬生1 Browse this author
Authors(alt): EBATA, Fuyuki1
Keywords: サハ語
Issue Date: 31-Mar-2013
Publisher: 北海道大学大学院文学研究科北方研究教育センター
Journal Title: 北方人文研究
Journal Title(alt): Journal of the Center for Northern Humanities
Volume: 6
Start Page: 65
End Page: 81
Abstract: This paper examines Sakha causative and passive, focusing on double-accusative causative and impersonal passive. With regard to Sakha causatives, it is pointed out that the case-marking of causee is related to the type of causation meant. Double-accusative causatives are possible in Sakha. Additionally, Sakha allows impersonal passives, which are derived from both transitive and intransitive clauses. The unexpressed agent in impersonal passives must be human. Double-accusative causative is impossible in most Turkic languages other than Sakha, but possible in almost all Tungusic languages. Therefore, it is highly probable that Sakha double-accusative causative has developed through contact with Tungusic languages. In contrast to double-accusative causatives, impersonal passives are not possible in Tungusic languages but found in other Turkic languages. Thus, it is unlikely that Sakha impersonal passives have developed through language contact.
Type: bulletin (article)
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