A Grammatical Description of Shiwiar (Chicham) 9789460933592

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A Grammatical Description of Shiwiar (Chicham)
 9789460933592

Table of contents :
Front Matter
Cover
Copyright
Title page
Committee
Dedication
Table of Contents
Acknowledgements
Abbreviations
Glosses
Conventions
1. Introduction
1.1. Aims
1.2. Theoretical premises
1.3. Scope
1.4. Ethics and community interaction
1.5. Data resolvability
1.6. Conventions
1.6.1. Examples
1.6.2. Glossing practices
1.6.3. Citation of allomorphs in the text
1.7. Outline of this work
2. The Shiwiar Language
2.1. Typological overview
2.2. The Chicham (Jivaroan) languages
2.2.1. Historical development and ethnonyms
2.2.2. Internal relations within the Chicham family
2.2.3. Genetic links to other languages
2.3. Contact with unrelated indigenous languages
2.3.1. Lexical loans
2.3.2. Borrowed morphology
2.3.3. Syntactic and semantic borrowing
2.4. Contact with Spanish
2.5. Orthography
3. The Shiwiar People
3.1. Demographics
3.1.1. Territory and legal status
3.1.2. Population
3.1.3. Geography and climate
3.2. History
3.3. Culture
3.3.1. Existing literature
3.3.2. Modes of subsistence
3.3.3. Celebrations
3.3.4. Songs
3.3.5. Division of labour and specialised occupations
3.3.6. Feuding
3.3.7. Marriage
3.3.8. Kinship
3.3.9. Religion
3.4. Ethnonyms
3.5. Animals and Plants
3.6. Language use amongst the Shiwiar
4. Sources and Data
4.1. Previous work on Shiwiar
4.2. Fieldwork
4.3. Speakers and consultants
4.4. Corpus compilation and annotation
4.5. List of recordings
5. Phonetics and Phonology
5.1. Phonemic Inventory
5.1.1. Consonants
5.1.2. Vowels
5.1.3. Marginal phonemes
5.1.4. Phonemic variation
5.1.5. Palatalisation
5.1.6. Nasality
5.2. Elision processes
5.2.1. Historical apocope and syncope
5.2.2. Synchronic elision processes
5.3. Syllable structure and accent
5.3.1. Permissible syllables
5.3.2. Minimal phonological word
5.3.3. Accent
6. The Architecture of Shiwiar
6.1. Word classes
6.1.1. Nominals
6.1.2. Verbs
6.1.3. Adverbs
6.1.4. Quantifiers
6.1.5. Discourse particles
6.1.6. Ideophones
6.2. Morphology
6.2.1. Head-marking and dependent-marking
6.2.2. Agglutination and fusion
6.2.3. Roots, affixes and clitics
6.2.4. Inflection and derivation
6.3. Constituent order
6.4. Grammatical relations
6.4.1. Grammatical roles
6.4.2. Pronominal indexing on verbs
6.4.3. Case on nouns
6.5. Finiteness and subordination
6.5.1. Finite clauses
6.5.2. Types of subordination
6.6. Information structure
6.6.1. Focus
6.6.2. Topic
7. Nominal Morphology and the Noun Phrase
7.1. Nominal template
7.2. Nouns
7.2.1. Proper names
7.2.2. Animal and plant names
7.2.3. Kinship terms
7.2.4. Body parts
7.3. Adjectives
7.3.1. Gradability
7.3.2. Numerals
7.4. Pronouns
7.4.1. Personal pronouns
7.4.2. Demonstrative pronouns
7.4.3. Interrogative pronouns
7.5. Compounding
7.6. Derivational nominal morphology
7.6.1. Diminutive
7.6.2. Attributive
7.6.3. SAP markers
7.6.4. Negation
7.7. Possession
7.7.1. Alienable and inalienable possession
7.7.2. Bound and free nouns
7.8. Case
7.8.1. Nominative case
7.8.2. Object case
7.8.3. Genitive case
7.8.4. Locative case
7.8.5. Ablative case
7.8.6. Comitative case
7.8.7. Temporal case
7.9. Vocative
7.10. Restrictive
7.11. Interrogative
7.12. Discourse enclitics
7.12.1. Focus enclitic
7.12.2. Topic enclitic
7.13. Copula enclitics
7.14. Verbalisers
7.15. The noun phrase
7.15.1. Demonstratives as determiners
7.15.2. Adjectival modification
7.15.3. Possessive constructions
7.15.4. Relative clauses
7.15.5. Nominal coordination
7.15.6. Appositions
8. Verbal morphology
8.1. Verb template
8.2. Valency increasing derivations
8.2.1. Causatives
8.2.2. Applicatives
8.3. Valency decreasing derivations
8.3.1. Reflexive
8.3.2. Reciprocal
8.4. Aspect
8.4.1. Perfective
8.4.2. Imperfective
8.4.3. Durative
8.5. Negation
8.6. Number
8.7. Pronominal indexing
8.7.1. Subject indexing in finite verbs
8.7.2. Subject indexing in non-finite verbs
8.7.3. Object indexing
8.8. Tense
8.8.1. Present tense
8.8.2. Past tenses
8.8.3. Future tenses
8.9. Mood
8.9.1. Declarative
8.9.2. Interrogative
8.9.3. Imperative
8.9.4. Exclamative
8.10. Subordinating markers
8.11. Nominalisations
8.11.1. Subject nominalisations
8.11.2. Non-subject nominalisations
8.11.3. Action/state nominalisations
8.11.4. Predicative uses of nominalisations
8.12. Copulas
8.13. Auxiliary verbs
References
Summary in English
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