Morphology and Its Demarcations: Selected Papers Fron the 11th Morphology Meeting, Vienna, February 2004

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The papers in this volume derive from the International Morphology Meeting (Vienna 2004) and were selected because they address the main topic of the conference: external and internal demarcations of morphology. The external demarcation between syntax and morphology is dealt with in the papers by Rood, Cysouw, Milićević, Blom, Enrique-Arias, and Heine & König. Demarcations of inflection and derivation are discussed in the contributions by Ricca, Lloret, Manova, Say, Žaucer, and Stump. In contrast to ...
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Overview

The papers in this volume derive from the International Morphology Meeting (Vienna 2004) and were selected because they address the main topic of the conference: external and internal demarcations of morphology. The external demarcation between syntax and morphology is dealt with in the papers by Rood, Cysouw, Milićević, Blom, Enrique-Arias, and Heine & König. Demarcations of inflection and derivation are discussed in the contributions by Ricca, Lloret, Manova, Say, Žaucer, and Stump. In contrast to theoretical discussions in previous literature, which have concentrated on the internal boundary between inflection and derivation, this volume attributes equal importance to the demarcations between derivation and compounding, addressed in the contributions by Bauer, Booij, Štekauer, Fradin, Amiot, and Scalise, Bisetto & Guevara.
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Wichita word formation : syntactic morphology 1
Morphology in the wrong place : a survey of preposed enclitics 17
Clitics or affixes? : on the morphological status of the future-tense markers in Serbian 39
The demarcation of morphology and syntax : a diachronic perspective on particle verbs 53
When clitics become affixes, where do they come to rest? : a case from Spanish 67
Grammatical hybrids : between serialization, compounding and derivation in !Xun (North Khoisan) 81
The borderline between derivation and compounding 97
Compounding and derivation : evidence for construction morphology 109
Selection in compounding and derivation 133
Compounding and affixation : any difference? 151
On a semantically grounded difference between derivation and compounding 161
Between compounding and derivation : elements of word-formation corresponding to prepositions 183
Cumulative exponence involving derivation : some patterns for an uncommon phenomenon 197
Revising the phonological motivation for splitting morphology 215
Derivation versus inflection in three inflecting languages 233
Antipassive sja-verbs in Russian : between inflection and derivation 253
Slavic prefixes as state morphemes : from state to change-of-state and perfectivity 277
Delineating the boundary between inflection-class marking and derivational marking : the case of Sanskrit -aya 293
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