A grammar and dialect study of Kewa, New Guinea
The thesis divides naturally into three parts: (1) a general and theoretical orientation, given in Chapters 1 and 7; (2) the dialect study, given in Chapter 8 and (3) the grammar proper, which is outlined in Chapters 2 through 6, describing the dialect of West Kews. The theoretical model employed throughout the grammar is tamemios. Chapter 1 describes the basic tenets of the theory, as well as recent criticisms and revisions of it. The functional role of tagmemes at various levels is...[Show more]
|Collections||ANU Pacific Institute|
Open Access Theses
|Franklin_K_1969_Part1.pdf||10.2 MB||Adobe PDF|
|Franklin_K_1969_Part2.pdf||10.21 MB||Adobe PDF|
|Franklin_K_1969_Part3.pdf||8.78 MB||Adobe PDF|
Items in Open Research are protected by copyright, with all rights reserved, unless otherwise indicated.