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Motives for language change [electronic resource]

Motives for language change [electronic resource]

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E-Book(소장)
Personal Author
Hickey, Raymond, 1954-.
Title Statement
Motives for language change [electronic resource] / edited by Raymond Hickey.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Cambridge :   Cambridge University Press,   c2004.  
Physical Medium
1 online resource (x, 286 p.).
기타형태 저록
Print version:   Hickey, Raymond.   Motives for language change   0521793033   (211009) 000045119857  
ISBN
9780511486937 (ebook) 9780521793032 (hardback) 9780521135245 (paperback)
요약
This specially commissioned volume considers the processes involved in language change and the issues of how they can be modelled and studied. The way languages change offers an insight into the nature of language itself, its internal organisation, and how it is acquired and used. Accordingly, the phenomenon of language change has been approached from a variety of perspectives by linguists of many different orientations. This book, originally published in 2003, brings together an international team of leading figures from different areas of linguistics to re-examine some of the central issues in this field and also to discuss new proposals. The volume is arranged into sections, including grammaticalisation, the typological perspective, the social context of language change and contact-based explanations. It seeks to cover the subject as a whole, bearing in mind its relevance for the general analysis of language, and will appeal to a broad international readership.
General Note
Title from e-Book title page.  
Content Notes
On change in 'e-language' / Peter Matthews -- Formal and functional motivation for language change / Frederick J. Newmeyer -- Metaphors, models and language change / Jean Aitchison -- Log(ist)ic and simplistic S-curves / David Denison -- Regular suppletion / Richard Hogg -- On not explaining language change : optimality theory and the great vowel shift / April McMahon -- Grammaticalisation : cause or effect? / David Lightfoot -- From subjectification to intersubjectification / Elizabeth Closs Traugott -- On the role of the speaker in language change / James Milroy -- The quest for the most 'parsimonious' explanations : endogeny vs. contact revisited / Markku Filppula -- Diagnosing prehistoric language contact / Malcolm Ross -- The ingenerate motivation of sound change / Gregory K. Iverson and Joseph C. Salmons -- How do dialects get the features they have? On the process of new dialect formation / Raymond Hickey -- Reconstruction, typology and reality / Bernard Comrie -- Reanalysis and typological change / Raymond Hickey.
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Issued also as a book.  
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Linguistic change. Linguistic models. Languages in contact.
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Contents information

Table of Contents

Introduction   Raymond Hickey	
Part I	The Phenomenon of Language Change	
1	    On change in ''E-language''   Peter Matthews	
2	    Formal and functional motivation for language change   Frederick J. Newmeyer	
Part II	Linguistic Models and Language Change	
3	    Metaphors, models and language change   Jean Aitchison	
4	    Log(ist)ic and simplistic S-curves   David Denison	
5	    Regular suppletion   Richard Hogg	
6	    On not explaining language change: optimality theory and the Great Vowel Shift   April McMahon	
Part III	Grammaticalization	
7	    Grammaticalization: cause or effect?   David Lightfoot	
8	    From subjectification to intersubjectification   Elizabeth Traugott	
Part IV	The Social Context for Language Change	
9	    On the role of the speaker in language change   James Milroy	
Part V	Contact-based Explanations	
10	    The quest for the most ''parsimonious'' explanations: endogeny vs. contact revisited   Markku Filppula	
11	    Diagnosing prehistoric language contact   Malcolm Ross	
12	    The ingenerate motivation of sound change   Gregory K. Iverson and Joseph C. Salmons	
13	    How do dialects get the features they have? On the process of new dialect formation   Raymond Hickey	
Part VI	The Typological Perspective	
14	    Reconstruction, typology, and reality   Bernard Comrie	
15	    Reanalysis and typological change   Raymond Hickey