Coordination, information hierarchy and subordination in some Austronesian languages

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Bril, Isabelle;
(2010)
  • Publisher: HAL CCSD
  • Subject: [ SCCO.LING ] Cognitive science/Linguistics | [ SHS.LANGUE ] Humanities and Social Sciences/Linguistics | [SHS.LANGUE]Humanities and Social Sciences/Linguistics | informational hierarchy | [SCCO.LING]Cognitive science/Linguistics | Austronesian | information hierarchy | Coordination | subordination | deixis

N° spécial ed. par Azeb Amha, Christian J. Rapold, Sascha Völlmin and Silvia Zaugg-Coretti (eds); International audience; This paper analyses some processes leading from coordination and informational hierarchy to subordination in various Austronesian languages, mostly ... View more
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