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DOI: 10.18413/2313-8912-2018-4-1-49-62

MICRO AND MACRO TYPOLOGICAL FEATURES OF THE MORPHOLOGY OF THE TURKISH LANGUAGE: CONFLICTING VIEWS BETWEEN WALS DATABASE AND NON-WALS DATABASE

Typology of morphology can be examined in terms of certain features e.g. fusions, exponence, inflectional synthesis, locus, affixation, reduplication, syncretism, etc.. or with broader typological features like multifunctional inflectional features, compounding, genitive construction, etc.. We refer to the former as macro level features of the typology of morphology of the Turkish language with reference to data presented from WALS database and we refer to the latter as micro level of the typology of morphology of the Turkish language with references to some linguists and researchers in the field of morphology. This two-folded presentation brings about an argument about the possible limitation of the WALS database as claimed and argued by the presented views – assuming contradicting conclusions about some typological features of morphology of the Turkish language. 

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