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In accounting for the properties of morphological constructions, one may adopt a sourceoriented view where every property of the whole emanates from the parts or a product-oriented view where the whole may have properties that do not come from the parts. Such properties are called holistic constructional properties. Studies on Akan compounds have been invariably source-oriented, assuming that every property in a compound, including the syntactic category, has to come from its constituents. Idoi:10.1556/064.2015.62.4.1 fatcat:nir2vos5vnhj5chpsdtolfgd4y