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Contemporary Linguistic Analysis : an introduction

Contemporary Linguistic Analysis : an introduction

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
O'Grady, William Dobrovolsky, Michael
Title Statement
Contemporary Linguistic Analysis an introduction / ed. by William O'Grady, Michael Dobrovolsky.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Toronto :   Copp Clark Pitman,   1987.  
Physical Medium
xiii, 466 p. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
0773046836
General Note
Includes index  
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliography
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Contents information

Table of Contents


CONTENTS
Foreword = ⅸ
Preface = xi
Epigraph = xii
Acknowledgements = xiii
Dedication = xiv
One. Language : A preview / William O'Grady ; Michael Dobrovolsky = 1
 1. Creativity = 1
 2. Grammar and linguistic competence = 4
 3. Specialization = 9
Summing up = 11
Sources = 11
Recommended reading = 11
Questions = 12
Two. Phonetics : The sounds of language / Michael Dobrovolsky = 13
 1. Phonetic transcription = 14
 2. The sound producing system = 15
 3. Sound classes = 17
 4. Consonant articulation = l8
 5. Manners of articulation = 21
 6. Vowels = 26
 7. Phonetic transcription of Canadian English consonants and vowels = 30
 8. Other vowels and consonants = 32
 9. Suprasegmentals = 35
 10. Processes = 41
 11. Classes and features = 45
Summing up = 50
Sources = 51
Recommended reading = 51
Appendix = 51
Questions = 52
Three. Phonology : The function and patterning of sounds / Michael Dobrovolsky = 55
 1. Phonotactics : Segments in sequence = 56
 2. Segments in contrast = 58
 3. Phonetically conditioned variation : Phonemes and allophones = 61
 4. Phonetic and phonological transcription = 67
 5. Features and tones = 68
 6. Above the segment : Syllables = 71
 7. Derivations and rules = 76
 8. Representing processes = 78
 9. Rule application = 82
Summing up = 83
Notes = 84
Sources = 84
Recommended reading = 85
Appendix = 85
Questions = 86
Four. Syntax : The study of sentence structure / William O'Grady = 91
 1. Syntactic categories = 92
 2. Phrase structure rules = 98
 3. Lexical insertion = 100
 4. A generative grammar = 102
 5. Transformational rules = 103
 6. Embedded clauses = 108
 7. Wh questions = 111
 8 Relative clauses = 114
 9 Some cross-linguistic variation = 115
Summing up = 122
Notes = 122
Sources = 123
Recommended reading = 123
Questions = 124
Five. Morphology : The study of word structure / Video P. De Guynan ; William O'Grady = l27
 1 Words = 128
 2 Morphemes = 129
 3 Word formation = 134
 4 Inflection = 142
Summing up = 152
Notes = 152
Sources = 153
Recommended reading = 153
Questions = 154
Six. Interfaces / Michael Dohrovolsky ; William O'Grady = 157
 1. Morphology and phonology = 157
 2. Phonology and syntax = 162
 3. Morphology and syntax = 165
Summing up = 167
Sources = 167
Recommended reading = 167
Questions = 168
Seven. Semantics : The study of meaning / William O'Grady = 171
 1. Meaning = 171
 2. Syntactic structure and interpretation = 176
 3. Other factors in sentence interpretation = 183
 4. Language, meaning, and thought = 186
Summing up = 188
Notes = 189
Sources = 189
Recommended reading = 189
Questions = 190
Eight. Historical linguistics / James M. Anderson = 193
 1. The nature of language change = 194
 2. Sound change = 197
 3. Morphological change = 204
 4. Syntactic change = 206
 5. Lexical and semantic change = 208
 6. The spread of change = 211
 7. Language reconstruction = 213
Summing up = 220
Notes = 220
Sources = 221
Recommended reading = 222
Questions = 223
Nine. The classification of languages / Aleksandra Steinbergs = 227
 1. Structural versus genetic relationships = 227
 2. Structural classification = 229
 3. Genetic classification = 239
Summing up = 254
Sources = 255
Recommended reading = 255
Questions = 256
Ten. Amerindian languages of Canada / Eung-Do Cook = 259
 1. Genetic classification = 260
 2. Structural features = 264
Summing up = 270
Sources = 270
Recommended reading = 270
Eleven. Brain and language / Sook Whan Cho = 271
 1. The human brain = 271
 2. Brain and language = 273
 3. The critical period hypothesis = 281
Summing up = 284
Sources = 284
Recommended reading = 285
Questions = 286
Twelve. Language acquisition : The emergence of a grammar / Sook Whan Cho ; William O'Grady = 287
 1. The study of language acquisition = 288
 2. Phonological development = 289
 3. Morphological development = 293
 4. Development of word meaning = 297
 5. Syntactic development = 302
 6. Determinants of language acquisition = 306
Summing up = 312
Notes = 312
Sources = 313
Recommended reading = 314
Questions = 315
Thirteen. Second language acquisition / G. Christine Laurell = 317
 1. The study of second language acquisition = 318
 2. Methods of analysis = 323
 3. Questions and issues = 326
 4. The learner = 331
 5. Teaching methodologies = 335
 6. The immersion approach = 339
Summing up = 340
Notes = 341
Sources = 341
Recommended reading = 342
Questions = 343
Fourteen. Language in social contexts / Ronald H. Southerland = 345
 1. Fundamental concepts = 345
 2. Dialectology = 346
 3. Social differentiation of language = 355
 4. Special languages = 365
 5. Mixed languages = 368
 6. Speech situations = 373
Summing up = 378
Sources = 378
Recommended reading = 380
Questions = 381
Fifteen. Writing systems / James M. Anderson = 383
 1. Types of writing = 383
 2. The history of writing = 384
 3. Some non-European writing systems = 397
 4. Writing and spelling = 401
 5. Impact on reading = 404
Slimming up = 405
Notes = 406
Sources = 407
Recommended reading = 407
Questions = 408
Sixteen. Animal communication / Michael Dobrovolsky = 409
 1. Non-vocal communication = 409
 2. Communication structure = 410
 3. The bees = 415
 4. The birds = 418
 5. Non-human primates = 421
 6. Testing non-human primates for linguistic ability = 426
 7. Comparing communication systems : Design features = 432
Summing up = 435
Notes = 435
Picture credits = 436
Sources = 436
Recommended reading = 437
Questions = 438
Glossaryr/Index Joyce Hildebrand = 439
Language Index Christopher Blackburn = 465


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