Possessive and non-identity relations in Turkic switch-reference

Bárány A, Nikolaeva I (2020)
Studies in Language 44(3): 606-658.

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Bárány, AndrásUniBi ; Nikolaeva, Irina
Abstract / Bemerkung
This paper provides an overview of non-canonical patterns of switch-reference involving the converb in -(V)p in selected Turkic languages. This converb is usually described as a same-subject converb, but we show that it can conform to McKenzie’s (2012) extended definition of “same-subject” as expressing the identity of topic situations, rather than subject referents. In addition to tracking cross-clausal subject identity, -(V)p can be used when the possessor of the subject of one clause corefers with the subject of another clause and when the events expressed by the two clauses are in a close temporal and/or causal relationship. Based on Stirling (1993) and Bárány & Nikolaeva (2019), we argue that the role of possessors in Turkic switch-reference is captured by lexically specified conditions licensing the use of -(V)p when two subjects are in a possessive relation. Finally, we suggest that both types of non-canonical switch-reference can be seen as ensuring discourse continuity.
Stichworte
discourse continuity; non-canonical switch-reference; possessive constructions; switch-reference and Turkic
Erscheinungsjahr
2020
Zeitschriftentitel
Studies in Language
Band
44
Ausgabe
3
Seite(n)
606-658
ISSN
0378-4177
eISSN
1569-9978
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2949884

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Bárány A, Nikolaeva I. Possessive and non-identity relations in Turkic switch-reference. Studies in Language. 2020;44(3):606-658.
Bárány, A., & Nikolaeva, I. (2020). Possessive and non-identity relations in Turkic switch-reference. Studies in Language, 44(3), 606-658. doi:10.1075/sl.19061.bar
Bárány, A., and Nikolaeva, I. (2020). Possessive and non-identity relations in Turkic switch-reference. Studies in Language 44, 606-658.
Bárány, A., & Nikolaeva, I., 2020. Possessive and non-identity relations in Turkic switch-reference. Studies in Language, 44(3), p 606-658.
A. Bárány and I. Nikolaeva, “Possessive and non-identity relations in Turkic switch-reference”, Studies in Language, vol. 44, 2020, pp. 606-658.
Bárány, A., Nikolaeva, I.: Possessive and non-identity relations in Turkic switch-reference. Studies in Language. 44, 606-658 (2020).
Bárány, András, and Nikolaeva, Irina. “Possessive and non-identity relations in Turkic switch-reference”. Studies in Language 44.3 (2020): 606-658.

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