V. Pericliev's Componential Analysis of Kinship Terminology: A PDF

By V. Pericliev

ISBN-10: 1137031182

ISBN-13: 9781137031181

ISBN-10: 1349440760

ISBN-13: 9781349440764

This e-book offers the 1st laptop application automating the duty of componential research of kinship vocabularies. The e-book examines this system in terms of easy difficulties: the generally taking place inconsistency of componential versions; and the large variety of substitute componential versions.

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18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 45 ˇciˇco: FaBr lelja: FaSi tetka: MoSi brat: Br sestra: Si batko: elderBr kaka: elderSi bratovˇced: MoSiSo ∨ MoBrSo ∨ FaSiSo ∨ FaBrSo ∨ MoMoSiDaSo ∨ MoMoSiSoSo ∨ MoMoBrDaSo ∨ MoMoBrSoSo ∨ MoFaSiDaSo ∨ MoFaSiSoSo ∨ MoFaBrDaSo ∨ MoFaBrSoSo ∨ FaMoSiDaSo ∨ FaMoSiSoSo ∨ FaMoBrDaSo ∨ FaMoBrSoSo ∨ FaFaSiDaSo ∨ FaFaSiSoSo ∨ FaFaBrDaSo ∨ FaFaBrSoSo bratovˇcedka: MoSiDa ∨ MoBrDa ∨ FaSiDa ∨ FaBrDa ∨ MoMoSiDaDa ∨ MoMoSiSoDa ∨ MoMoBrDaDa ∨ MoMoBrSoDa ∨ MoFaSiDaDa ∨ MoFaSiSoDa ∨ MoFaBrDaDa ∨ MoFaBrSoDa ∨ FaMoSiDaDa ∨ FaMoSiSoDa ∨ FaMoBrDaDa ∨ FaMoBrSoDa ∨ FaFaSiDaDa ∨ FaFaSiSoDa ∨ FaFaBrDaDa ∨ FaFaBrSoDa sin: So d˘ asterja: Da plemennik: BrSo ∨ SiSo plemennica: BrDa ∨ SiDa vnuk: SoSo ∨ DaSo vnuˇcka: DaDa ∨ SoDa pravnuk: SoSoSo ∨ SoDaSo ∨ DaSoSo ∨ DaDaSo pravnuˇcka: DaDaDa ∨ SoSoDa ∨ SoDaDa ∨ DaSoDa m˘ až: Hu žena: Wi šurej: WiBr šurenajka: WiBrWi dever: HuBr zet: SiHu ∨ DaHu badžanak: WiSiHu z˘ alva: HuSi bald˘ aza: WiSi snaha: BrWi ∨ SoWi et˘ arva: HuBrWi vujna: MoBrWi strina: FaBrWi lelin: FaSiHu tetin: MoSiHu svek˘ ar: HuFa 46 Componential Analysis of Kinship Terminology 41.

Qaméicî1 (with meaning grandmother and hence marked as lineal in the table) and qaméicî2 (with meaning grandmother’s elder sister and hence marked as collateral). e. regardless of chosen dimensions) the contrast between the two word meanings. The table also lists other pairs of kin terms which are not in principle distinguishable with the same meaning relation of inclusion between them, but I will ignore them here (in similar situations, other theorists than Burling would prefer to leave such kin terms out from a componential model, saying that they contrast at a different level).

1)]. 1) however is redundant in this description. 28 Componential Analysis of Kinship Terminology Thus, the feature ‘lineality’ serves to discriminate father from the set of kin terms brother, sister, uncle1, aunt1, uncle2, aunt2, cousin, nephew and niece, all of which are collateral. At the same time, the term father is already assigned the component ‘nuclear’, which distinguishes it from uncle1, aunt1, uncle2, aunt2, cousin, nephew and niece (all of which are nonnuclear) and the component ‘ascending generation’ distinguishes father from brother and sister (which are of contemporary generation).

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