Semantic Role Universals and Argument Linking
Theoretical, Typological, and Psycholinguistic Perspectives
Semantic roles have long played a major role in all domains of linguistic explanation on account of their undisputed suitability as interface representations between syntax and semantics. By focusing on semantic roles and argument linking from such diverse perspectives as grammatical theories, language typology, psycho-/neurolinguistics and language disorders, the present volume encourages a new degree of cross-fertilisation in this important linguistic domain.
372 pages; ISBN 9783110219272
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Title: Semantic Role Universals and Argument Linking
Author: Ina Bornkessel; Matthias Schlesewsky; Bernard Comrie; Angela D. Friederici