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地域類型論的観点から見たツングース諸語の定動詞における3人称標示 : 数の対立を中心に

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タイトル: 地域類型論的観点から見たツングース諸語の定動詞における3人称標示 : 数の対立を中心に
その他のタイトル: Third Person Marking on Finite Indicative Forms in Tungusic from the Perspective of Areal Typology
著者: 白, 尚燁 著作を一覧する
発行日: 2016年 1月20日
出版者: 北海道大学文学研究科
誌名: 北方言語研究
巻: 6
開始ページ: 53
終了ページ: 71
抄録: This study attempts to examine the difference of third person marking on finite indicative forms in Tungusic from the perspective of areal typology. According to number distinction in third person, this study employs the following typological parameters of person marking: (i) obligatorily distinct marking, (ii) optionally distinct marking, (iii) non-distinct marking, and (iv) non-person marking. The analysis will show that third person marking on finite indicative endings in Tungusic varies in accordance with geographical distribution, showing similarities with neighboring languages. First, North Tungusic (i.e. Evenki, Even, and Negidal) is considered obligatory distinct type and this is consistent with contiguous Kolima Yukaghir, Sakha, and Russian. Second, East Tungusic languages (Ulcha, Nanay, Udihe, and Uilta) are equivalent to adjacent Mongolic (Buryat, Dagur) in that both groups are optional distinct type. Moreover, East Tungusic except Udihe coincides with these Mongolic languages in that 3PL can be equally marked by the nominal plural suffix. As far as Udihe is concerned, the verbal derivational suffix -du is selectively used to indicate 3PL, which is presumed to originate from the loss of nominal element *-l as a result of phonological change. Third, South Tungusic is divided into two groups, South Tungusic 1 (Solon, Hezhen) and South Tungusic 2 (Manchu, Sibe). The former group does not retain number distinction in third person, as is the case in Kazakh and Uyghur. It is remarkable that the two different language families, without any direct contact, are commonly distributed in the Chinese territory. The latter group never encodes person category in verbal predicate structure, neither in Chinese and Khalkha Mongolian. In conclusion, the author raises a possibility that the areal-based distinctions among third person marking on finite indicative forms in Tungusic are attributed to the influence from the adjacent languages.
資料タイプ: bulletin (article)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2115/60794
出現コレクション:第6号

 

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