The antipassive and its relationship to person markers
Supplemental Materials to 'The antipassive and its relationship to person markers'
to appear in: Janic, K. & A. Witzlack-Makarevich (eds.). The multifaceted nature of antipassive. Typological Studies in Language. Amsterdam: Benjamins.
This data collection is part of a larger study that includes more languages and passive markers. If you are interested in the rest of the data, please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Comments, corrections, and suggestions are always welcome, too!
There are four files:
- AntipassivePersonForms: a spreadsheet file with the antipassive and person markers of 44 languages
- AntipassivePersonMetadata: a spreadsheet file with the metadata
- AntipassivePersonBib: a bibtex file with all the references mentioned in the metadata sheet
- AntipassivePerson_README: a text file explaining the structure of the three previous files