Russian Genitive Of Negation Is Obligatory! (At Least When The Speaker Sort Of Feels Like Using It)

Other Titles
Abstract
This thesis examines the optionality of Russian genitive case under negation, using native-speaker data and online resources, such as Internet search engines and linguistic corpora. Of special interest is assessing the role of negative intensifier phrases in selecting genitive or other grammatical case forms. The paper includes a discussion of the pros and cons of relying on online resources in linguistic research, as well as an overview of the use of the Russian National Corpus, a highly robust linguistics research tool.
Journal / Series
Volume & Issue
Description
Sponsorship
Date Issued
2013-08-19
Publisher
Keywords
Slavic linguistics; genitive case; negation
Location
Effective Date
Expiration Date
Sector
Employer
Union
Union Local
NAICS
Number of Workers
Committee Chair
Browne, E Wayles
Committee Co-Chair
Committee Member
Harbert, Wayne
Degree Discipline
Linguistics
Degree Name
M.A., Linguistics
Degree Level
Master of Arts
Related Version
Related DOI
Related To
Related Part
Based on Related Item
Has Other Format(s)
Part of Related Item
Related To
Related Publication(s)
Link(s) to Related Publication(s)
References
Link(s) to Reference(s)
Previously Published As
Government Document
ISBN
ISMN
ISSN
Other Identifiers
Rights
Rights URI
Types
dissertation or thesis
Accessibility Feature
Accessibility Hazard
Accessibility Summary
Link(s) to Catalog Record