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|02-10-2015||Séminaire doctoral - Théories et données linguistiques|
Animé par A. Donabédian et A. Mardale
INALCO - S.3.03 - 14h00-18h00
Alexandru MARDALE (INaLCO – SeDyL)
In the first part of this presentation, we provide a critical examination of the most currently assumed hypotheses for the analysis of differential object marking (DOM) in Romanian. More precisely, we will show that p(r)e is neither (i) a disambiguation marker between subject and direct object (cf. the functionalist account, see Niculescu 1965, Guţu Romalo 1973, Pană Dindelegan 1997, 1999, Sala 1999), (ii) nor a Case marker (whose role is to assign Case to the object when it is doubled by a pronominal clitic (cf. Kayne’s generalization (Kayne 1975, 1991), and also Tasmowski 1987, Manoliu-Manea 1989, Dobrovie-Sorin 1994, Hill & Tasmowski 2008, Tigău 2010, 2014), (iii) nor a marker of the so-called personal gender (cf. the morpho-lexical approach, see Spitzer 1928, Graur 1945, Cornilescu 2000).