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LINGUIST List 18.3395

Thu Nov 15 2007

Books: Morphology/Semantics/Ling Theories: Rodrigues

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        1.    Ulrich Lueders, Formação de Substantivos Deverbais Sufixados em Português: Rodrigues


Message 1: Formação de Substantivos Deverbais Sufixados em Português: Rodrigues
Date: 08-Nov-2007
From: Ulrich Lueders <lincom.europat-online.de>
Subject: Formação de Substantivos Deverbais Sufixados em Português: Rodrigues
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Title: Formação de Substantivos Deverbais Sufixados em Português
Series Title: LINCOM Studies in Romance Linguistics 57
Published: 2007
Publisher: Lincom GmbH
                http://www.lincom.eu

Author: Alexandra Soares Rodrigues
Paperback: ISBN: 9783895866012 Pages: 420 Price: Europe EURO 76.00 Comment: + CD ROM
Abstract:

O presente estudo visa descrever e explicar a formação lexical dos
substantivos deverbais sufixados do português europeu. Sob uma perspectiva
léxico-mental desenvolve-se um modelo genolexical designado por "RFPs em
interfaces". Com este modelo, mantém-se a importância da base derivacional,
seguindo perspectivas orientadas para o input. Contudo, a base derivacional
não é delimitada sintacticamente. Na nossa abordagem, cabe às estruturas
semânticas da base a construção do novo lexema. A maior inovação do nosso
modelo consiste na assunção de que a formação de palavras é simultaneamente
orientada para o output, seguindo abordagens que reconhecem a identidade e
a operacionalidade semânticas dos afixos. No nosso modelo, o mesmo afixo
pode ser agregado a diferentes tipos de bases sem ter de ser multiplicado
em afixos homónimos. Os produtos lexicais construídos a partir de
diferentes bases partilham um determinado componente pelo qual é
responsável a carga semântica do afixo. Simultaneamente, há diferenças
entre os produtos de acordo com os componentes semânticos de cada tipo de base.

O modelo "RFPs em Interfaces" é concebido como um domínio dinâmico em que
as regras de formação de palavras são entendidas como subdomínios dinâmicos
onde todas as operações concernentes às diferentes estruturas linguísticas
são combinadas para formar itens lexicais.

Estes postulados teóricos só poderiam ser alcançados através de uma
alimentação contínua entre dados empíricos e problemas teóricos. Os dados
empíricos provêm de 8414 substantivos sufixados deverbais e 8414 bases e
dos 13708 semantismos desses produtos. A relação entre os produtos e as
bases foi avaliada morfológica e semanticamente.

This study aims to describe and explain the lexical formation of Portuguese
suffixed deverbal nouns. Under a lexical-mental perspective, we develop a
genolexical model called "Word Formation Rules in Interfaces". With this
model we maintain the importance of the deriving base, following
input-oriented perspectives. However, the deriving base is not
syntactically delimited. Under our approach, it is the semantic structures
of the base which play a role in the construction of the new word. The
major innovation of our model consists of the assumption that word
formation is simultaneously output-oriented, following approaches that
recognise the semantic identity and the operationality of affixes. In our
model, the same affix may be adjoined to different kinds of bases without
having to be multiplied in homonymous affixes. The lexical products
constructed from different bases share some semantic component which the
semantic charge of the affix is responsible for. Simultaneously, there are
differences between the products according to the semantic components of
each kind of base.

The "WFRs in Interfaces" model is conceived as a lexical-mental dynamic
domain where word formation rules are assumed to be dynamic subdomains
where all the operations concerning different language structures are
combined to form lexical items.

These theoretical postulates could only be achieved by an ongoing
intercourse between empirical data and theoretical problems. The empirical
data come from the analysis of 8414 suffixed deverbal nouns and their 8414
bases and 13708 meanings of those products. The relation between products
and bases was evaluated using a morphological and a semantic analysis.

Linguistic Field(s): Linguistic Theories
                            Morphology
                            Semantics

Subject Language(s): Portuguese (por)

Written In: Portuguese (por )

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