Suspended affixation with derivational suffixes and lexical integrity

 
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2016 (EN)
Suspended affixation with derivational suffixes and lexical integrity (EN)

Akkuş, Faruk; Yale University

In this paper, I investigate suspended affixation, particularly suspended affixation formed with derivational suffixes with a focus on Turkish. Showing that this phenomenon is attested in both the nominal and verbal domain, I defend the argument that such constructions cannot be reduced to an account of natural coordination or be explained as being part of the lexical word formation. Accordingly, I discuss the relevance of the suspended affixation for the morphology-syntax interface. I conclude that it might have significant implications for the Lexical Integrity Hypothesis (LIH). (EN)

Άρθρο που αξιολογήθηκε από ομότιμους αξιολογητές (EL)

Lexical Integrity Hypothesis (EN)
suspended affixation (EN)
derivational suffixes (EN)
coordination (EN)

Πανεπιστήμιο Πατρών (EL)
University of Patras (EN)

English

2016-08-22


Mediterranean Morphology Meetings (MMM) (EN)

Mediterranean Morphology Meeting; Τόμ. 10 (2016): Quo vadis morphology?; 1-15 (EL)
Mediterranean Morphology Meetings; Τόμ. 10 (2016): Quo vadis morphology?; 1-15 (EN)



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