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Lexical detransitivization and the analysis of true reflexives in Serbian

dc.creatorМосковљевић, Јасмина
dc.description.abstractIn the line with analyses of reflexive constructions proposed in Grimshaw (1982) and Sells, Zaenen & Zee (1987), and contrary to solutions adopted in traditional and GB grammar, this paper offers evidence that even in 'true' reflexive construction a particle se is never an object pronominal clitic and that two fundamentally different reflexivization processes (strategies) should be distinguished in contemporary Serbian - a process (strategy) of syntactic reflexivization, and a process (strategy) of lexical reflexivization. Presence of the reflexive pronoun sebe, which can be freely replaced (in non-reflexive contexts) with any other NP functioning as a direct object (including both non-clitic and clitic object pronouns) is a marker of the former; the latter is characterized by obligatory occurrence of the verb in a se-form. This se is not an accusative clitic reflexive pronoun and is never an object; it is rather just a lexical marker, signaling that the verb it combines with is intransitive.en
dc.description.abstractCilj ovog rada je da analizirajući jezičke podatke iz savremenog srpskog jezika ispita adekvatnost dosad ponuđenih opšteteorijskih objašnjenja procesa refleksivizacije, kao i da predoči neke dosad nerazmatrane činjenice relevantne za karakterizaciju prirode ovog procesa u našem
dc.sourceЈужнословенски филолог
dc.titleЛексичка детранзитивизација и анализа правих повратних глагола у српском језикуen
dc.titleLexical detransitivization and the analysis of true reflexives in Serbiansr
dcterms.abstractMoskovljević, Jasmina; Leksička detranzitivizacija i analiza pravih povratnih glagola u srpskom jeziku;
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