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The ecology of language evolution

The ecology of language evolution (2회 대출)

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개인저자
Mufwene, Salikoko S.
서명 / 저자사항
The ecology of language evolution / Salikoko S. Mufwene.
발행사항
Cambridge, U.K. ;   New York :   Cambridge University Press,   2001.  
형태사항
xviii, 255 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm.
총서사항
Cambridge approaches to language contact
ISBN
0521791383 0521794757 (pb.)
서지주기
Includes bibliographical references (p. 226-245) and indexes.
일반주제명
Historical linguistics. Creole dialects -- History. Language in contact. Social ecology.
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CONTENTS
List of illustrations = ⅸ
Preface = xi
Acknowledgments = xvii
1 Introduction = 1
  1.1 Communal languages as ensembles of I-languages = 1
  1.2 Pidgins, creoles, and koin e ´ s = 3
  1.3 Language evolution = 10
  1.4 Thinking of a language as a species = 13
  1.5 What is the ecology of language? = 20
2 The Founder Principle in the development of creoles = 25
  2.1 Introduction = 27
  2.2 The development of creoles : what the histories of individual colonies suggest = 33
  2.3 Evidence for the Founder Principle = 62
  2.4 Conclusions = 75
3 The development of American Englishes : factoring contact in and the social bias out = 81
  3.1 Introduction = 81
  3.2 Why are WAEVs (White Americal English Vernaculars) not creoles? = 83
  3.3 The development of AAE (African-American English) = 86
  3.4 The development of WAEVs : a creole perspective = 98
  3.5 Conclusions = 103
4 The legitimate and illegitimate offspring of English = 106
  4.1 Introduction = 107
  4.2 An insidious naming tradition = 108
  4.3 How language contact has been downplayed = 109
  4.4 The development of English in England : when does substrate influence matter? = 112
  4.5 The significance of ethnographic ecology = 115
  4.6 Mutual intelligibility and the contact history of English = 118
  4.7 The cost of capitalizing on mutual intelligibility = 122
  4.8 In conclusion = 123
5 What research on the development of creoles can contribute to genetic linguistics = 126
  5.1 Preliminaries = 127
  5.2 Some noteworthy facts on the development of creoles = 130
  5.3 Ecology and linguistic evolution = 136
  5.4 "Creolization" as a social process = 138
  5.5 The role of contact in the histories of English and French = 139
  5.6 Language as a species : whence the significance of variation = 141
  5.7 Some conclusions = 142
6 Language contact, evolution, and death : how ecology rolls the dice = 145
  6.1 Introduction = 145
  6.2 Language as a species = 148
  6.3 The ecology of language = 153
  6.4 In conclusion, how history repeats itself = 163
7 Past and recent population movements in Africa : their impact on its linguistic landscape = 167
  7.1 Preliminaries = 167
  7.2 The linguistic impact of European colonization = 170
  7.3 Population movements and language contacts in precolonial Africa = 180
  7.4 The linguistic consequences of Black populations' precolonial dispersal = 184
  7.5 Conclusions : the differentiating role of ecology = 189
8 Conclusions : the big picture = 192
  8.1 From the development of creoles to language evolution from a population genetics perspective = 192
  8.2 Language vitality and endangerment as aspects of language evolution = 199
  8.3 Integration and segregation as key ecological factors in language evolution = 200
  8.4 Colonization styles and language evolution = 204
  8.5 Overall... = 207
Notes = 208
References = 226
Author index = 246
Subject index = 249