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Leitmotifs in natural morphology

Leitmotifs in natural morphology (1회 대출)

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개인저자
Dressler, Wolfgang U, 1939-.
서명 / 저자사항
Leitmotifs in natural morphology / by Wolfgang U. Dressler ... [et al.] ; edited by Wolgang U. Dressler.
발행사항
Amsterdam ;   Philadelphia :   J. Benjamins Pub. Co.,   1987.  
형태사항
viii, 168 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
총서사항
Studies in language companion series,0165-7763 ; v. 10
ISBN
9027230099 (alk. paper) :
서지주기
Includes bibliographical references (p. [155]-164) and index.
일반주제명
Grammar, Comparative and general -- Morphology. Naturalness (Linguistics)
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No. 소장처 청구기호 등록번호 도서상태 반납예정일 예약 서비스
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CONTENTS
Preface
A. INTRODUCTION
 I. Introduction = 3
  1. What is naturalness? = 3
  2. Inflection and word formation = 4
  3. Towards a theory of morphological naturalness = 7
  4. The structure of a theory of naturalness = 8
  5. Evidence for naturalness = 12
  6. The semiotic framework of natural morphology = 15
  7. Divergences and convergences among proponents of natural approaches to morphology = 18
  Notes = 20
B. NATURALNESS IN INFLECTION
 I. System-independent morphological naturalness / Willi Mayerthaler = 25
  0. Introduction = 25
  1. Universal grammar and markedness = 31
  2. Preference theories = 33
   2.1. Preferences, open systems, and some misunderstandings = 34
   2.2. On the relation of preference theories and the theory of grammar = 38
   2.3. Foundations of markedness relations = 39
  3. Some other prerequisites of theoretical morphology = 42
   3.1. Some remarks about the lexicon = 44
    3.1.1. Which word classes are supposed to be universal? = 46
  4. Principles of morphological markedness theory = 48
   4.1. Summary of symbolic generalizations = 50
  5. What is a 'theory'? = 52
   5.1. Shortcomings of system-independent naturalness theory = 53
  6. Appendix on attractors in catastrophe theory = 55
  Notes = 57
 II. System-dependent morphological naturalness in inflection / Wolfgang U. Wurzel = 59
  0. Naturalness, morphology and language system = 59
  1. System-dependent naturalness I: System-congruity = 62
   1.1. System-defining structural properties and system-congruity = 62
   1.2. System-defining structural properties and morphological change = 65
   1.3. System-congruity and system-independent naturalness = 69
   1.4. Example : Noun inflection in New High German = 71
  2. System-dependent naturalness II : Stability of inflectional classes = 76
   2.1. Structure of inflectional paradigms : Implicative paradigm structure conditions = 76
   2.2. Dominant paradigm structure conditions, stable and unstable inflectional classes = 78
   2.3. Superstable markers = 82
   2.4. Change in the stability of inflectional classes = 83
   2.5. Stability of inflectional classes and system-independent naturalness = 86
  3. System-congruity and class-stability: Productivity in inflectional morphology = 87
   3.1. Primary productivity = 87
   3.2. Secondary productivity = 90
  4. Naturalness principles of inflectional morphology = 92
  Notes = 94
C. NATURALNESS IN WORD FORMATION
 I. Word formation as part of natural morphology / Wolfgang U. Dressier = 99
  1. Introduction = 99
  2. Iconicity in word formation = 101
   2.1. Images and diagrams = 101
   2.2. Diagrammaticity of compounds = 101
   2.3. Constructional iconicity = 102
   2.4. Morphotactic transparency = 102
   2.5. Conversion and suppletion = 103
   2.6. Subtraction = 104
   2.7. Scales of naturalness = 104
   2.8. Predictions = 105
   2.9. Typological prospect = 110
  3. Indexicality in word formation = 110
  4. The scale of (bi)uniqueness in word formation = 111
  5. Signans shapes adequate for motivation in word formation = 116
  6. Typological adequacy of word formation rules = 118
  7. System adequacy (congruity) of word formation rules = 121
  8. Inflection vs. derivation again = 123
  Notes = 124
 II. Productivity and diachronic change in morphology / Oswald PanagI = 127
  0. Introduction = 127
  1. Interpretations of productivity = 128
   1.1. Quantitative criterion = 131
   1.2. Qualitative criterion = 131
   1.3. Grammatical criterion = 131
   1.4. Typological criterion = 131
  2. Vedic root-nouns and Ancient Greek diminutives = 132
  3. Semantic predictability (transparency) = 133
  4. Transition from word formation into inflection = 134
  5. Hierarchy of productivity in types of word formation = 136
  6. Conclusion on productivity in corpus languages = 137
  The Latino Supine in -(t)um - a Case Study of Categorial Change
  7. From derivational to inflectional morphology = 137
  8. Reasons for loss of productivity = 143
  9. Indo-European cognates = 149
  Notes = 150
Abbreviations = 153
General bibliography = 155
Subject index = 165


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