Papers from 12-ICAL, Volume 2 : Argument realisations and related constructions in Austronesian languages
This volume contains twenty-two papers describing and discussing the salient features of argument realisations in Austronesian languages as manifested in the nominal or verbal domain, or in both. The Austronesian languages featuring in this volume are typologically and geographically diverse, from those with rich morphology, as in Taiwan, to those that are highly isolating, as in Flores. The papers also reflect diversity in approaches and theoretical frameworks.
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