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Name: Nafi  Yalcin (IPA: nafi)
Institution: Maltepe University
Email: click here to access email
Homepage: http://egitim.maltepe.edu.tr/files/nafiye_yalcin_ing.pdf
State and/or Country: Turkey   
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Discourse Analysis
General Linguistics
Historical Linguistics
Language Documentation
Linguistic Theories
Morphology
Phonetics
Phonology
Semantics
Syntax
Text/Corpus Linguistics
History of Linguistics
Specialty: case grammar, verb-argument relations, word derivation, language planning, description of Turkish
Subject Language(s): Turkish
Selected Publications: -'The Turkish Language Reform: a unique case of language planning in the world'
-'Classification of Turkish verbs in terms of thematic roles and analysis of passive verbs within that model'
-'Analysis of derivational processes concerning related sets of verbs in Turkish”
-'A semantic analysis of the processes of deriving adjectives from verbs'
Courses Taught: -Analysis of Turkish Language within Universal Grammar,
-Syntax
-Phonology
-Linguistics
-Scientific Research Methods
-Instructional Technology and Materials Design
Dissertation Abstract: The Analysis of Correlations between Thematic Roles and Syntactic Relations in Turkish Sentences



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