Corpus-based contrastive study of connectors in Russian View Homepage


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2016-2019

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192792.0 CHF

ABSTRACT

The goal of the proposed project is to study connectors in the Russian language. The study will be corpus-based. One of its core points is that Russian connectors are approached through an original classification of logical-semantic relations. The classification is based on semantic principles and formed by combining such parameters as:-Type of the underlying semantic operation for each relation (implication, comparison, location on the chronological scale, correlation between an element and a set);-Linguistic level on which this relation is established (proposition, speech acts, text structure).The proposed classification is superior to the existing ones as it shows a semantic mechanism common for several types of relations, thus locating each relation in the system. Also, it allows for demonstrating what is similar and different about contiguous semantic categories. Three groups of connectors will be tested in order to see how functional the classification is. These are the connectors expressing: 1) a concomitance relation that has been ignored so far by Russian, French, and Anglo-Saxon linguists; 2) a relation of enunciative addition that has not been given any description in contemporary linguistics either; 3) a reformulation relation (also dubbed as periphrastic or explicative relation in other linguistic traditions).The project will be focused on a little-investigated group of multiword connectors in order to locate them in the system of the Russian language. This becomes increasingly important with further development of corpus linguistics and new information resources, namely annotated corpora and supracorpora databases. The connectors will be described employing an original technique of unidirectional contrastive analysis. It makes use of the Russian-French corpus, which will add a statistical dimension to the semantic analysis and help to reveal language-specific connectors in the compared languages.Within the project, it is expected to build a supracorpora database of Russian connectors containing at least 5,000 monoequivalences, a monoequivalence being a pair in which a Russian connector is aligned with its French equivalent. The data will be extracted from the Russian-French parallel corpus of at least 2,000,000 words. After the completion of the project, the database will be available on the Internet. More... »

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