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    Title: Argument-function mismatches in Mandarin Chinese: A lexical mapping account
    Authors: 何萬順
    Keywords: argument-function mismatch
    lexical mapping
    resultative compound
    competition of structures
    Date: 2007-01
    Issue Date: 2008-09-19 15:36:41 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: This paper seeks to account for the argument-function mismatches observed in Mandarin resultative compound verbs. The account is formulated within a revised Lexical Mapping Theory which incorporates a unified mapping principle. Under the simplest and also the strictest interpretation of this mapping principle (or the θ-criterion), a composite role, formed by two composing roles, receives syntactic assignment via one composing role only; the second composing role is thus suppressed. Argument-function mismatches are due to the competition between composing roles for syntactic assignment. This LMT account also facilitates a natural explanation of markedness among the competing syntactic structures.
    Relation: Lingua, 117(1), 221-246
    Data Type: article
    DOI 連結: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.lingua.2006.01.002
    DOI: 10.1016/j.lingua.2006.01.002
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