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The handbook of language contact [electronic resource] / edited by Raymond Hickey.

Publication:
Chichester, West Sussex ; Malden, Mass. : Wiley-Blackwell, 2010.
Series:
Blackwell handbooks in linguistics
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (942 p.)
Subjects:
Languages in contact -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Areal linguistics.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Language:
English
Contents:
""Praise for The Handbook of Language Contact""; ""Blackwell Handbooks in Linguistics""; ""Title page""; ""Copyright page""; ""Notes on Contributors""; ""Preface""; ""Language Contact: Reconsideration and Reassessment""; ""1 Recent Studies of Language Contact""; ""2 Generalizations Concerning Contact""; ""3 Terminology in Contact Studies""; ""4 Conclusion""; ""Part I: Contact and Linguistics""; ""1 Contact Explanations in Linguistics""; ""1 Some Background Concepts""; ""2 Contact Explanations and Internal Explanations of Change: Social Predictors""
""3 Contact Explanations and Internal Explanations of Change: Linguistic Predictors""""4 Conclusion""; ""2 Genetic Classification and Language Contact""; ""1 Introduction""; ""2 What Do We Mean by the Genetic Classification of Languages?""; ""3 Models of Language Families in Genetic Linguistics""; ""4 Genetic Classification and Language Contact""; ""5 Language Contact and Speciation""; ""6 Final Thoughts""; ""3 Contact, Convergence, and Typology""; ""1 A Definition of Contact""; ""2 Convergence""; ""3 Convergence and Typological Change""
""4 Typology and Generalizations on Contact-Induced Change""""5 Conclusion""; ""4 Contact and Grammaticalization""; ""1 Introduction: Contact-Induced Grammaticalization""; ""2 Process versus Product""; ""3 Ordinary versus Replica Grammaticalization""; ""4 Grammaticalization versus Polysemy Copying""; ""5 Propelling versus Accelerating Forces in Language Contact""; ""6 Grammaticalization Areas""; ""7 Change in Typological Profile""; ""8 Constraints on Contact-Induced Grammatical Change""; ""9 Sociolinguistic versus Linguistic Factors""; ""10 Conclusions""
""5 Language Contact and Grammatical Theory""""1 Introduction: The Research Context""; ""2 Contact-Induced Morphosyntactic Change and the Generative Model""; ""3 Case Studies""; ""4 Conclusion""; ""6 Computational Models and Language Contact""; ""1 Introduction""; ""2 Loanwords and the Lexicon""; ""3 Phonetics and Phonology""; ""4 Morphosyntax""; ""5 Looking Forward""; ""Part II: Contact and Change""; ""7 Contact and Language Shift""; ""1 Introduction""; ""2 What Can Be Traced to Contact?""; ""3 The Search for Categorial Equivalence""; ""4 The Prosody of Transfer""
""5 Coincidental Parallels""""6 What Does Not Get Transferred?""; ""7 Interpreting Vernacular Features""; ""8 The Influence of English on Contemporary Irish""; ""9 Conclusion""; ""8 Contact and Borrowing""; ""1 Defining Borrowing""; ""2 Lexical Borrowing""; ""3 Integration of Loanwords""; ""4 Borrowing of Structural Elements""; ""5 Constraints on Borrowing of Overt Elements""; ""6 Linguistic Constraints on Borrowing""; ""7 Constraints on Borrowing of Structural Elements""; ""8 Is There Borrowing of Structural Patterns?""; ""9 Borrowing and Other Contact Phenomena""
""10 Borrowing and Classic Code-Switching""
Notes:
Description based upon print version of record.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Contributor:
Hickey, Raymond, 1954-
ISBN:
1-118-44869-3
1-280-58578-1
9786613615619
1-118-44868-5
1-4051-9711-0
1-4443-1815-2
1-4443-1816-0
OCLC:
793995908
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