Workpapers Concerning Waorani Discourse Features

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Workpapers Concerning Waorani Discourse Features

Discusses discourse features (peak), grammatical structures (clause) and features of the referential structure (participant reference).

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In Proceedings from the Eighth Workshop on American Indigenous Languages, Vol. 16 [Santa Barbara Papers in ... Discourse forms and social categorization in Cha'palaa. ... In Workpapers concerning Waorani discourse features, Vol.

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Switch reference is a grammatical process that marks a referential relationship between arguments of two (or more) verbs. Typically it has been characterized as an inflection pattern on the verb itself, encoding identity or non-identity between subject arguments separately from traditional person or number marking. In the 50 years since William Jacobsen’s coinage of the term, switch reference has evolved from an exotic phenomenon found in a handful of lesser-known languages to a widespread feature found in geographically and linguistically unconnected parts of the world. The growing body of information on the topic raises new theoretical and empirical questions about the development, functions, and nature of switch reference, as well as the internal variation between different switch-reference systems. The contributions to this volume discuss these and other questions for a wide variety of languages from all over the world, and endevaour to demonstrate the full functional and morphosyntactic range of the phenomenon.

History of the Language Sciences Geschichte der Sprachwissenschaften Histoire des sciences du langage 2 Teilband

“Trees for Constituent Analysis from Discourse to Morpheme”. Pike & Saint 1989.3146. & Rachel Saint, eds. 1989. Workpapers Concerning Waorani Discourse Features. Dallas: Summer Institute of Linguistics. Pike, Kenneth L. 1947.

History of the Language Sciences   Geschichte der Sprachwissenschaften   Histoire des sciences du langage  2  Teilband

Der 2. Teilband behandelt detailliert und oft unter neuen Blickwinkeln die einzelnen Entwicklungsstufen des Sprachstudiums als autonome Disziplin, von der wachsenden Erkenntnis von genetischen Beziehungen zwischen Sprachfamilien im 17. und 18. Jahrhunderts bis zur Etablierung der komparativ-historisch ausgerichteten Indo-Germanistik im 19. Jahrhundert, von der Generation der Schlegels, Bopp, Rask und Grimm bis hin zu den Junggrammatikern und der Anwendung vergleichender Methoden für Nicht-Indo-Europäische Sprachen dieser Erde.

Ethnicity in Ancient Amazonia

In Workpapers Concerning Waorani Discourse Features, edited by E. G. Pike and R. Saint, 57–74. Dallas: Summer Institute of Linguistics. Huson, Daniel H., and David Bryant. 2006. “Application of Phylogenetic Networks in Evolutionary ...

Ethnicity in Ancient Amazonia

A transdisciplinary collaboration among ethnologists, linguists, and archaeologists, Ethnicity in Ancient Amazonia traces the emergence, expansion, and decline of cultural identities in indigenous Amazonia. Hornborg and Hill argue that the tendency to link language, culture, and biology--essentialist notions of ethnic identities--is a Eurocentric bias that has characterized largely inaccurate explanations of the distribution of ethnic groups and languages in Amazonia. The evidence, however, suggests a much more fluid relationship among geography, language use, ethnic identity, and genetics. In Ethnicity in Ancient Amazonia, leading linguists, ethnographers, ethnohistorians, and archaeologists interpret their research from a unique nonessentialist perspective to form a more accurate picture of the ethnolinguistic diversity in this area. Revealing how ethnic identity construction is constantly in flux, contributors show how such processes can be traced through different ethnic markers such as pottery styles and languages. Scholars and students studying lowland South America will be especially interested, as will anthropologists intrigued by its cutting-edge, interdisciplinary approach.

Variation Rolls the Dice

Waorani verb affixes . In Workpapers Concerning Waorani Discourse Features , Vol . 10 : Language Data [ Amerindian Series ] , E. G. Pike & R. Saint ( eds ) , 57–69 . Dallas TX : SIL . Howard , L. 1977. Esquema de los tipos de párrafo en ...

Variation Rolls the Dice

Variation Rolls the Dice: A worldwide collage in honour of Salikoko S. Mufwene aims to celebrate Mufwene’s ground-breaking contribution to linguistics in the past four decades. The title also encapsulates his approach to language as both systemic and socio-cultural practices, and the role of variation in determining particular evolutionary trajectories in specific linguistic ecologies. The book therefore focuses on variation within and across languages, within and across speakers, and how this fundamental aspect of human behavior can affect language structure in time and space. Mufwene has been instrumental in putting creole languages on the map of General Linguistics and connecting their analysis to issues of language acquisition, multilingualism, language contact, language evolution, and language typology. Thanks to the diversity of topics and the wide-ranging theoretical persuasions of the contributors, this volume aims at a large readership including both scholars and advanced students interested in cutting-edge research in the aforementioned domains.

The Languages of the Andes

(1988) Workpapers concerning Waorani Discourse Features. Dallas: Summer Institute of Linguistics. Pineda Giraldo, Roberto and Miguel Fornaguera (1958) Vocabulario opon-carare. In: Academia Colombiana de Historia, ed.

The Languages of the Andes

The Andean and Pacific regions of South America are home to a remarkable variety of languages and language families, with a range of typological differences. This linguistic diversity results from a complex historical background, comprising periods of greater communication between different peoples and languages, and periods of fragmentation and individual development. The Languages of the Andes documents in a single volume the indigenous languages spoken and formerly spoken in this linguistically rich region, as well as in adjacent areas. Grouping the languages into different cultural spheres, it describes their characteristics in terms of language typology, language contact, and the social perspectives of present-day languages. The authors provide both historical and contemporary information, and illustrate the languages with detailed grammatical sketches. Written in a clear and accessible style, this book will be a valuable source for students and scholars of linguistics and anthropology alike.

Typological Studies in Negation

Workpapers concerning Waorani discourse features. Language data Amerindian series, Publication Number 10. Dallas: The Summer Institute of Linguistics. Pike, Kenneth L. (1964). 'Stress Trains in Auca'. In: David Abercrombie and others ...

Typological Studies in Negation

This collection of articles offers descriptions of the negation system in 16 languages. As not much is known about negation systems in non-European languages, the first aim of the volume is to provide data on various aspects on negation; for all articles these data were collected on the basis of the same questionnaire. Most work on this subject deals with syntactic aspects of negation; this volume attempts to include pragmatic and semantic issues as well, such as the expression of negative indefinites, interaction of negation and quantifiers, the scope of negation, and the choice of a particular form of negation in cases where there are several ways to express this. For a number of less-known languages descriptions offering a wealth of data are presented here, and in the articles about well-studied languages, new data and analyses of more complicated issues are provided.

Between Worlds

Workpapers Concerning Waorani Discourse Features . Dallas : Summer Institute of Linguistics Publications , 1988 . Ramírez Castañeda , Isabel . “ El folk - lore de Milpa Alta , D.F. , Mexico . ” In International Congress of Americanists ...

Between Worlds

Spanning the globe and the centuries, Frances Karttunen tells the stories of sixteen men and women who served as interpreters and guides to conquerors, missionaries, explorers, soldiers, and anthropologists. These interpreters acted as uncomfortable bridges between two worlds; their own marginality, the fact that they belonged to neither world, suggests the complexity and tension between cultures meeting for the first time. Some of the guides were literally dragged into their roles; others volunteered. The most famous ones were especially skilled at living in two worlds and surviving to recount their experiences. Among outsiders, the interpreters found protection. sustenance, recognition, intellectual companionship, and employment, yet most of the interpreters ultimately suffered tragic fates. Between Worlds addresses the broadest issues of cross-cultural encounters, imperialism, and capitalism and gives them a human face.

Discourse Features of Ten Languages of West Central Africa

Analyzing discourse : Basic concepts . Grand Forks : Summer Institute of ... Papers on discourse , 143–48 . Dallas : Summer Institute of ... Workpapers concerning Waorani discourse features , 93-98 . Dallas : Summer Institute of ...

Discourse Features of Ten Languages of West Central Africa


Sitzungsberichte

Workpapers Concerning Waorani Discourse Features . Dallas , Summer Institute of Linguistics . 3-8 . MORRIS , CHARLES W. 1938. Foundations of the Theory of Signs . Univ . of Chicago Press . 1971. Writings on the general theory of signs .

Sitzungsberichte


IPRA Bulletin

The function of the Japanese passive . 75. Seiler , 1988 . ... Styles of success : on impression management collaborative action in job interviews . as Braun , F. , 1988. ... Workpapers concerning Waorani discourse features .

IPRA Bulletin


Annual Report

( Work Papers of Summer Institute of Linguistics Australian Aborigines and Islanders Branch , B - 13 ] Darwin : Summer Institute of Linguistics ( 1988 ) , x , Thomas , Susan EW . ... Workpapers concerning Waorani discourse features .

Annual Report


Contribuciones Seleccionadas Del 50 Congreso Internacional de Americanistas en Varsovia Y Del Taller Spinoza de Lenguas Amerindias en Leiden 2000

1979 Discourse grammar . Studies in indigenous languages of ... 1986b ' On the nature of noun incorporation ' , Language 62 : 32-37 . ... 1988 Workpapers concerning Waorani discourse features , Dallas : Summer Institute of Linguistics .

Contribuciones Seleccionadas Del 50 Congreso Internacional de Americanistas en Varsovia Y Del Taller Spinoza de Lenguas Amerindias en Leiden  2000


LACUS Forum

Each of these and other features need to be examined in future studies . ... Workpapers Concerning Waorani Dscourse Features . ... Dynamics of Reported Speech in Totonac , " Discourse Studies in Mesoamerican Languages , ed .

LACUS Forum


Typology of Periphrastic do constructions

Workpapers concerning Waorani discourse features . Dallas : The Summer Institute of Linguistics , 103–168 . POLLARD , CARL & SAG , IVAN ( 1984 ) : Head driven phrase structure grammar . Chicago : The University of Chicago Press .

Typology of Periphrastic  do  constructions


Mitla Zapotec Texts

From phonology to discourse : Studies in six Colombian languages , ed . by Ruth M. Brend . 1985. 133 pp . 10. Workpapers concerning Waorani discourse features , ed . by Evelyn G. Pike and Rachel Saint . 1988. 168 pp . 11.

Mitla Zapotec Texts

Gives a grammatical sketch of Zapotec (Mitla Vallay, Oaxaca, Mexico). This third volume in the series Folklore Texts in Mexican Indian Languages consists of eight stories narrated by native speakers, transcribed phonemically, with glossing in English and free translations in English and Spanish.

Ozumac n Chinantec Texts

From phonology to discourse : Studies in six Colombian languages , ed . by Ruth M. Brend . 1985. 133 pp . 10. Workpapers concerning Waorani discourse features , ed . by Evelyn G. Pike and Rachel Saint . 1988. 168 pp . 11.

Ozumac  n Chinantec Texts

A compilation of seven stories narrated by a native speaker of this language group (southern Mexico).