Role and Reference Grammar

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Role and Reference Grammar (RRG) is a syntactic framework that was developed around 1980 by Robert D. Van Valin, Jr.. Major publications are Foley & Van Valin (1984), Van Valin (ed.) 1993, Van Valin & LaPolla 1997, Van Valin 2005, and Pavey 2010.

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  • Foley, William A. & Van Valin, Robert D., Jr. 1984. Functional syntax and universal grammar. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Van Valin, Robert D., Jr. (ed.) 1993. (ed.) Advances in Role and Reference Grammar. Amsterdam: Benjamins.
  • Van Valin, Robert D., Jr. & LaPolla, Randy. 1997. Syntax: structure, meaning and function. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Van Valin, Robert D., Jr. 2005. Exploring the syntax-semantics interface. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Pavey, Emma L. 2010. The Structure of Language: An Introduction to Grammatical Analysis. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Other languages

German Rollen- und Referenzgrammatik
Spanish Gramática del papel y la referencia