|Title||[Incorporation in Koyukon Athabaskan]|
|Description:||Incorporation in Koyukon Athabaskan
"What follows is an overview of stem and verb types which enter into the incorporation process in Koyukon, and Alaskan Athabaskan language, and an examination of two of the functions of incorporation: 1) allowing an inanimate noun to function as non-agent subject of a transitive verb or an active transitive verb, and 2) providing a lexicalized expression of characteristic activity when the incorporate is the object of the transitive verb or subject of a neuter intransitive verb*"
Multiple drafts and copies
Axelrod, Melissa (author)
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