Некаузативные эффекты каузативной морфологии в северносамодийских языках
This paper concerns the uses of causative markers in Northern Samoyedic that do not have proper causative meanings. The secondary effects of causative morphology include applicativization, agentivization, unintentional causation and conversion. In the applicative meaning, a causative marker attaches only to intransitive verbs. Marking unintentional causation, the causative combines generally with ambitransitive verbs and converts them into strictly transitive. The data from the Northern Samoyedic languages let us supplement the existing classification of “causatives which do not cause” with new parameters and make it more precise.