Differential Subject Marking

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ISBN: 978-1-4020-6498-2 (Print) 978-1-4020-6497-5 (Online)

Table of contents (12 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xii

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    Pages 1-16

    Cross-linguistic Variation in Differential Subject Marking

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    Pages 17-40

    Differential Subject Marking at Argument Structure, Syntax, and PF

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    Pages 41-61

    Quantitative Variation in Korean Case Ellipsis: Implications for Case Theory

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    Pages 63-78

    Ergative Case-marking in Hindi

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    Pages 79-111

    DOM and Two Types of DSM in Turkish

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    Pages 113-149

    Differential Subject Marking in Polish: The Case of Genitive vs. Nominative Subjects in “X was not at Y”-constructions

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    Pages 151-171

    Differential Argument Marking in Two-term Case Systems and its Implications for the General Theory of Case Marking

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    Pages 173-198

    Non-canonical Agent Marking in Agul

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    Pages 199-221

    From Topic to Subject Marking: Implications for a Typology of Subject Marking

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    Pages 223-245

    Grammaticalization and Strategies in Resolving Subject Marking Paradoxes: The Case of Tsimshianic

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    Pages 247-279

    Different Subjects, Different Marking

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    Pages 281-299

    Differential Marking of Intransitive Subjects in Kambera (Austronesian)

  14. Back Matter

    Pages 301-309