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The Cambridge handbook of English historical linguistics

The Cambridge handbook of English historical linguistics

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Kytö, Merja. Pahta, Paivi.
Title Statement
The Cambridge handbook of English historical linguistics / edited by Merja Kytö and Päivi Pahta.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Cambridge :   Cambridge University Press,   c2016.  
Physical Medium
xxv, 624 p. : ill., maps ; 26 cm.
Series Statement
Cambridge handbooks in language and linguistics
ISBN
9781107039353 (hardback) 1107039355 (hardback)
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 497-602) and indexes.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
English language --History --Handbooks, manuals, etc. Historical linguistics --Handbooks, manuals, etc.
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Contents information

Table of Contents

Introduction Merja Kyto and Paivi Pahta; Part I. Framework: Section 1. Theories and Methodologies: 1. The variationist approach Suzanne Romaine; 2. Quantitative approaches to diachronic corpus linguistics Martin Hilpert and Stefan Th. Gries; 3. English historical pragmatics Gabriella Mazzon; 4. Construction grammar Graeme Trousdale; 5. Generative frameworks and approaches Elly van Gelderen; 6. Philological methods Robert D. Fulk; Section 2. Evidence: Material and Data: 7. Manuscripts and early printed books Simon Horobin; 8. Corpora and online resources in English historical linguistics Maria-Jose Lopez-Couso; 9. Audio recordings Christian Mair; 10. Early and Late Modern English grammars as evidence in English historical linguistics Nuria Yanez-Bouza; 11. Extracting data from historical material Erik Smitterberg; Part II. Analyses: Section 3. Perspectives on Processes of Change: 12. Phonological change in English Raymond Hickey; 13. Change in the English lexicon Christian Kay and Kathryn Allan; 14. Morphosyntactic change Olga Fischer; 15. Semantic and pragmatic change Susan M. Fitzmaurice; 16. Genre dynamics in the history of English Irma Taavitsainen; 17. Processes of sociolinguistic and sociopragmatic change Minna Nevala; 18. Standardization Joan C. Beal; 19. Contact-related processes of change in the early history of English Peter Trudgill; 20. Global spread of English: processes of change Marianne Hundt; Section 4. Highlighting the Research Process: 21. Variationist versus text-linguistic approaches to grammatical change in English: nominal modifiers of head nouns Douglas Biber, with Jesse Egbert, Bethany Gray, Rahel Oppliger and Benedikt Szmrecsanyi; 22. Identifying micro-changes in a particular linguistic change-type: the case of subjectification Elizabeth Closs Traugott; 23. The OED and HTOED as tools in practical research: a test case examining the impact of loanwords on areas of the core lexicon Philip Durkin; 24. The individuality of English in the multilingual Middle Ages Tim William Machan; 25. Ambisyllabicity in English: present and past Donka Minkova and Kie Ross Zuraw; 26. Typological change: investigating loss of inflection in early English Cynthia Allen; 27. Third-person present singular verb inflection in Early Modern English: new evidence from speech-related texts Terry Walker; 28. Visual pragmatics: speech presentation and Middle English manuscripts Colette Moore.


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