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ERIC Number: ED010547
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966-Nov
Pages: 297
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
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TAGMEMIC AND MATRIX LINGUISTICS APPLIED TO SELECTED AFRICAN LANGUAGES. FINAL REPORT.
PIKE, KENNETH L.
THE APPLICATION OF TAGMEMIC AND MATRIX TECHNIQUES TO SOME PROBLEMS IN AFRICAN DESCRIPTIVE LINGUISTICS, AND THE ILLUSTRATION OF THIS APPLICATION WITH DATA SOURCES (RESTATED IN TAGMEMIC TERMS) WERE PRESENTED. (TAGMEMIC AND MATRIX TECHNIQUES REFER, RESPECTIVELY, TO THE STUDY OF (1) ONE-WORD OR MULTIWORD GRAMMAR UNITS AND THE FUNCTIONS OF THESE UNITS WITHIN SENTENCE CONSTRUCTION AND (2) LANGUAGE ELEMENTS WITHIN SENTENCE STRUCTURES BY USING TABULAR RELATIONSHIPS.) PROJECT STUDIES CENTERED ON 18 NIGER-CONGO WEST AFRICAN LANGUAGES, COVERING THE SUBJECTS OF CLAUSES, CLAUSE CLUSTERS IN SENTENCES, SENTENCE CLUSTERS IN PARAGRAPHS (NARRATIVE AND DISCOURSE), NOUNS AND NOUN PHRASES, VERBS, PHONOLOGY, AND PEDAGOGICAL PLANNING. PAPERS WERE INCLUDED IN THE REPORT ON THE MBEMBE CLAUSE SYSTEM, SERIAL CONSTRUCTIONS IN KASEM, INDEPENDENT CLAUSES OF DEGEMA, GRAMMATICAL PROSODIES, NOMINAL AND VERBAL GROUP MATRICES FOR KASEM, NOUNS OF ETUNG, VERB STRUCTURES IN ETUNG, PARALINGUISTICS IN MBEMBE, AND PHONOLOGICAL DATA OF AGBO. (GC)
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Authoring Institution: Michigan Univ., Ann Arbor.
Identifiers: MICHIGAN; Michigan (Ann Arbor)