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On the situated socio-cultural meaning of benefactives in Balinese

Pratiwi, Desak Putu Eka; Arka, I Wayan; Shiohara, Asako


This paper discusses a preliminary corpus-based study of benefactives in Balinese, from a socio-cognitive theory of situated socio-cultural meaning (cf. Langlotz 2015, Danielle and Evans 2017). It is part of larger corpus-based research on parallel texts in the international SCOPIC (Social Cognition Parallax Interview Corpus) project ( Benefactive constructions are defined as those expressing states of affairs (SoA) that hold to someone’s advantage (Kittilä &...[Show more]

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Date published: 2018
Type: Journal article
Source: Linguistik Indonesia
Access Rights: Open Access


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