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    Title: Argument Structure, Causation, and Voice in Paiwan
    Authors: 李釗麟
    Date: 2008
    Publisher: 新竹市:清大語言學研究所 ; 新竹市:清大人類學研究所
    Relation: 「2008清大南島論壇工作坊 」,清大語言學研究所 人類學研究所主辦,2008年5月10日。
    Keywords: Argument Structure, Causation, Voice,Paiwan
    Abstract: Western Austronesian languages are famous for their complex voice [focus] systems.The analysis of the relationship between voice system and grammatical relations has been an attractive and a controversial issue for any linguists (see Blust 2002,Himmelmann 2002 and French 1988 for detailed overview). What is Voice? What is the relationship between four voices and argument structure? The approachs to the interaction between voice and grammatical relation have at least five frameworks.
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