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Master Class: Elicitation and Documentation of Evidentiality

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Title: Master Class: Elicitation and Documentation of Evidentiality
Authors: Michael, Lev
Issue Date: 12 Mar 2015
Description: In recent decades, we have seen an explosion of descriptive, typological, and theoretical work on evidentiality. This course will briefly survey typological and theoretical approaches to this subtle and exciting grammatical category, and examine a number of open empirical and analytical questions regarding the social and interactional functions of evidentiality, and its relationship to grammatical categories such as epistemic modality and mirativity, with which it has often been associated. We then turn to empirical approaches to studying evidentiality, including a variety of elicitation-based and corpus-based methods, discussing the advantages and pitfalls of each.
Rights: Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 Unported
Appears in Collections:4th International Conference on Language Documentation and Conservation (ICLDC)

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