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Formosan Linguistics: Stanley Starosta's Contributions (2 Volumes)
Language and Linguistics Monograph Series C6
Author:Elizabeth Zeitoun
Size: 19 X 26 cm 1100 pages (Vol.1+2) English
ISBN: 978-986-02-1219-8
GPN:1009803955
Publication Date:2009-12-28
Price:NT$2500 / US$150
 
Preface (William O'Grady)
Preface (Laurent Sagart)
Foreword (Elizabeth Zeitoun)

Articles
Volume 1 Publications on lexicase
1. Case in the lexicon (1972)
2. The faces of case (1973)
3. Relator nouns as a source of case inflection (1985)
4. Lexicase (1994)
5. Control in constrained dependency grammar (1997)
6. Do compounds have internal structure? A seamless analysis (2003)
 
Volume 2 Publications on Formosan languages
A. Typology
7. Causative verbs in Formosan languages (1974)
8. A grammatical typology of Formosan languages (1988)
 
B. Focus and nominalization
9, The evolution of focus in Austronesian (1982)
10. The evolution of focus in Austronesian (1981)
11. Verbal inflection versus deverbal nominalization in PAN: the evidence from Tsou (1985)
12. Focus as recentralization (1986)
13. Austronesian 'Focus' as derivation: Evidence from nominalization (2002)
 
C. Ergativity
14. Ergativity east and west (1990)
15. Ergativity, transitivity, and clitic co-reference in four Western Austronesian languages (1998)
16. Formosan clause structure: transitivity, ergativity, and case marking (1997)
17. Transitivity, ergativity, and the best analysis of Atayal case marking (1999)
18. Transitivity and ergativity in Austronesian languages (2004)
 
D. Subgrouping
19. Subgrouping by lexical similarity (1990)
20. A grammatical subgrouping of Formosan languages (1995)
21. The position of Saaroa in the grammatical subgrouping of Formosan languages (1996)
22. Reduplication and the subgrouping of Formosan languages (2001)
23. The rise and fall and rise and fall of Proto Malayo-Polynesian (2002)
24. The Chinese-Austronesian connection: a view from the Austronesian morphology side (1995)
25. The case-marking system of Proto-Formosan (1993)
 
E. Miscellaneous
26. Review of: "A descriptive study of the Tsou language, Formosa. By Tung T'ung-ho" (1969)
 
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