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|Statement||by Ping Chen.|
|LC Classifications||PL1107 C48 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 49 p. :|
|Number of Pages||49|
The aim of this article is twofold: firstly in sections 2, 3, and 4, I shall review the three accounts of discourse anaphora mentioned above; secondly (and more importantly) in section 5, I shall develop a neo-Gricean pragmatic analysis of discourse anaphora, which will be complementary to the three extant theoretical models. A discourse analysis of third person zero anaphora in Chinese, PhD thesis, University of California. CLARK, R. «Parasitic gaps and split anaphora», unpublished Master thesis, University of . Li and Thompson (), for instance, point out that the most frequently occurring type of zero anaphora in Chinese discourse is the 'topic chain', where the topic established in the first clause serves as the referent for the unrealised topics in the chain of clauses following it Cited by: Chen, Ping. a. 'Discourse analysis of third person zero anaphora in Chinese'. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Linguistics Club. Chen Ping. b. Referent introducing and tracking in Chinese narrative. PhD dissertation, University of California, Los Angeles (University Microfilms). ³¯¥.
3rd pers ambiguous anaphoric processes antecedent arousal blowgun central character Chelswu Cherono child Chinese (DS thematic participant theme third person tion Toki topic referent underlined utterance verb Xiao Laoda yijing zero anaphora (Linguistics) Addresses, essays, lectures Discourse analysis Language Arts & Disciplines. The Communicative Approach: a basis for discourse analysis. New directions in discourse analysis. 6. CONCLUSION. 7. BIBLIOGRAPHY. 1. INTRODUCTION. Aims of the unit. The main aim of Unit 29 is to examine discourse analysis and its articulation by means of sucñh devices as anaphora and cataphora, connectors and deixis. A discourse analysis of third person zero anaphora in Chinese. Unpublished master's thesis, University of California, Los Angeles. Chen, P. (). Referent introduction and tracking in Chinese narratives. Third-person pronouns and zero anaphora in Chinese discourse. For centuries linguists in theoretical linguistics and contrastive analysis have confined themselves to the sentence boundary. This selfimposed restriction is, no doubt, the result of the view, sustained since classical times, that language is a self-contained system, a .
Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume G., Ng, R., Mehdad, Y.: Combining intra- and multi-sentential rhetorical parsing for document-level discourse analysis. In: Proceedings of ACL S.A.: Third-person pronouns and zero-anaphora in Chinese discourse. Syntax Semant. 12, – () Google. Third-person pronouns and zero-anaphora in Chinese discourse. Synt. Semant., Vol. Google Scholar; Junhui Li, Muhua Zhu, Wei Lu, and Guodong Zhou. Improving semantic parsing with enriched synchronous context-free grammar. In Proceedings of the EMNLP. Google Scholar Cross Ref; Wendan Li. Topic chains in. A study of discourse anaphora, anaphora in discourse that is not controlled syntactically, looks at the three types of such anaphora in Chinese: pronominal, nominal, and zero. Chen, Ping A Discourse Analysis of Third Person Zero Anaphora in Chinese. Bloomington: Indiana University Linguistics Club. Chen, Ping. Referent Introducing and Referent Tracking in Chinese Narratives. Ph.D. dissertation, University of California at Los Angeles. Clancy, Patricia M.