Morpheme-based approach versus word-based approach: classifying derivative words with respect to their bases View Full Text


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2018-05-29

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Fadhel Abbas Shalal

ABSTRACT

Difficulties in classifying words as to their morphological source cause us to question whether such a classification should be implemented through a linear morphemic or a whole-word approach. The present paper presents an analysis of which of these approaches could be the most viable account for cases in which the derivative form reflects the following: 1) multiplicity of potential bases; 2) semantic / orthographic match with the base; and 3) heterogeneity of form / meaning correspondence. The morphemic approach seems acceptable when morphemes are organised in a linear arrangement, such as демократ /djimɐˈkrat/ ‘democrat (m.)’ > демократка /djimɐˈkratkə/ ‘democrat (f.)’, etc. This facilitates identifying the base form, which is демократ. However, this approach cannot be generalised over other formations that show a mismatch of form and meaning between the derivative elements and their bases as found with, e.g., белый /ˈbjelıj/ ‘white’ > белка /ˈbjelkə/ ‘squirrel’. Hence, we argue that the word-based approach is possibly better utilised in this cases. More... »

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237-269

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