Verbs as spatial deixis markers in Jingulu

Pensalfini, Rob (2014). Verbs as spatial deixis markers in Jingulu. In Rob Pensalfini, Myfany Turpin and Diana Guillemin (Ed.), Language description informed by theory (pp. 123-152) Amsterdam, Netherlands: John Benjamins Publishing. doi:10.1075/slcs.147

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Author Pensalfini, Rob
Title of chapter Verbs as spatial deixis markers in Jingulu
Title of book Language description informed by theory
Place of Publication Amsterdam, Netherlands
Publisher John Benjamins Publishing
Publication Year 2014
Sub-type Research book chapter (original research)
DOI 10.1075/slcs.147
Open Access Status
Series Studies in Language Companion Series (SLCS)
ISBN 9789027206145
9789027270917
ISSN 0165-7763
Editor Rob Pensalfini
Myfany Turpin
Diana Guillemin
Volume number 147
Chapter number 4
Start page 123
End page 152
Total pages 30
Total chapters 12
Collection year 2015
Language eng
Abstract/Summary The Australian language Jingulu makes use of a small set of optional deictic markers on nominals which are homophonous with some of the verbal tense markers in the language. It is a fairly straightforward matter to argue that the former use is derived from the latter via re-analysis of clauses. However, the choice of theoretical framework can lead to very different synchronic analyses: the standard lexicalist approach listing the verbal and nominal uses as separate homophonous morphemes; while a late-insertion approach opens up the possibility that a single vocabulary item can appear in either the verbal or the nominal context, with its interpretation subject to morphosyntactic context alone.
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