オックスフォード版 モダリティ(法性)・ムード(法)ハンドブック<br>The Oxford Handbook of Modality and Mood (Oxford Handbooks)

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オックスフォード版 モダリティ(法性)・ムード(法)ハンドブック
The Oxford Handbook of Modality and Mood (Oxford Handbooks)

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This handbook offers an in depth and comprehensive state of the art survey of the linguistic domains of modality and mood. An international team of experts in the field examine the full range of methodological and theoretical approaches to the many facets of the phenomena involved. Following an opening section that provides an introduction and historical background to the topic, the volume is divided into five parts. Parts 1 and 2 present the basic linguistic facts about the systems of modality and mood in the languages of the world, covering the semantics and the expression of different subtypes of modality and mood respectively. The authors also examine the interaction of modality and mood, mutually and with other semantic categories such as aspect, time, negation, and evidentiality. In Part 3, authors discuss the features of the modality and mood systems in five typologically different language groups, while chapters in Part 4 deal with wider perspectives on modality and mood: diachrony, areality, first language acquisition, and sign language.Finally, Part 5 looks at how modality and mood are handled in different theoretical approaches: formal syntax, functional linguistics, cognitive linguistics and construction grammar, and formal semantics.

Table of Contents

The Contributors                                   ix
1 Surveying Modality and Mood: An 1 (8)
Introduction
Jan Nuyts
2 The History of Modality and Mood 9 (22)
Johan van der Auwera
Alfonso Zamorano Aguilar
PART I THE SEMANTICS OF MODALITY AND MOOD
3 Analyses of the Modal Meanings 31 (19)
Jan Nuyts
4 Interactions between Modality and Other 50 (18)
Semantic Categories
Mario Squartini
5 Analyses of the Semantics of Mood 68 (21)
Irina Nikolaeva
PART II THE EXPRESSION OF MODALITY AND MOOD
6 The Expression of Non-Epistemic Modal 89 (28)
Categories
Heiko Narrog
7 The Expression of Epistemic Modality 117(24)
Kasper Boye
8 Sentence Types 141(25)
Alexandra Y. Aikhenvald
9 The Linguistic Marking of (Ir)Realis and 166(30)
Subjunctive
Caterina Mauri
Andrea Sanso
10 The Linguistic Interaction of Mood with 196(27)
Modality and Other Categories
Andrej L. Malchukov
Viktor S. Xrakovskij
PART III SKETCHES OF MODALITY AND MOOD SYSTEMS
11 Modality and Mood in Iroquoian 223(35)
Marianne Mithun
12 Modality and Mood in Chadic 258(38)
Zygmunt Frajzyngier
13 Modality and Mood in Sinitic 296(34)
Hilary Chappell
Alain Peyraube
14 Modality and Mood in Oceanic 330(32)
Frantisek Lichtenberk
15 Modality and Mood in Standard Average 362(25)
European
Daniel Van Olmen
Johan van der Auwera
PART IV WIDER PERSPECTIVES ON MODALITY AND
MOOD
16 The Diachrony of Modality and Mood 387(19)
Debra Ziegeler
17 Areality in Modality and Mood 406(24)
Bjorn Hansen
Umberto Ansaldo
18 Modality and Mood in First Language 430(18)
Acquisition
Maya Hickmann
Dominique Bassano
19 Modality and Mood in American Sign 448(25)
Language
Barbara Shaffer
Terry Janzen
PART v Theoretical Approaches
20 Modality and Mood in Formal Syntactic 473(22)
Approaches
Katrin Axel-Tober
Remus Gergel
21 Modality and Mood in Functional 495(19)
Linguistic Approaches
Karin Aijmer
22 Modality and Mood in Cognitive 514(21)
Linguistics and Construction Grammars
Ronny Boogaart
Egbert Fortuin
23 Modality and Mood in Formal Semantics 535(24)
Magdalena Kaufmann
Stefan Kaufmann
References 559(62)
Person Index 621(18)
Languages Index 639(6)
Subject Index 645