4 edition of Dynamics of contact-induced language change found in the catalog.
Dynamics of contact-induced language change
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Claudine Chamoreau and Isabelle Léglise|
|Series||Language contact and bilingualism -- 2|
|LC Classifications||P40.5.L38 D94 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2012004213|
Dynamics of Contact-Induced Language Change Published on The volume deals with previously undescribed morphosyntactic variations and changes appearing in settings involving language. Robert Nicolaï is a French linguist, member of the Institut Universitaire de France, recipient of the Research award Alexander von Humboldt, Emeritus Professor at the Université de Nice, founder and editor-in-chief of the Journal of Language Contact. He has published numerous articles and books, and has been instrumental in questioning established hypotheses on the evolution of Songhay.
This series offers a wide forum for work on contact linguistics, adopting an integrated approach to diachronic and synchronic manifestations of contact, ranging from social and individual aspects to structural-typological issues. Topics covered by the series include psycholinguistic and acquisition-oriented aspects of child and adult multilingualism such as bilingual language processing. Research on language contact has brought to light a broad range of fascinating transfer phenonema in languages across the world (e.g. Thomason and Kaufman , Aikhenvald , Heine and Kuteva.
The past decade has seen an unprecedented growth in the study of language contact, associated partly with the linguistic effects of globalization and increased migration all over the world. Written by a leading expert in the field, this much-needed account brings together disparate findings to examine the dynamics of contact between languages in an immigrant context.4/5(2). CODESWITCHING AND CONTACT-INDUCED LANGUAGE CHANGE IN ESTONIA'S.
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Dynamics of Contact-Induced Language Change (Language Contact and Bilingualism) by Claudine Chamoreau (Editor), Isabelle Léglise (Editor) ISBN Contact-induced changes are defined as dynamic and multiple, involving internal change as well as historical and sociolinguistic factors.
A variety of explanations are identified and their relationships are analyzed. Only a multifaceted methodology enables this fine. The volume deals with previously undescribed morphosyntactic variations and changes appearing in settings involving language contact.
Contact-induced changes are defined as dynamic and multiple, involving internal change as well as historical and sociolinguistic factors. A variety of explanations are identified and their relationships are analyzed.
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Pages: v–vi. (PDF) The Dynamics of contact-induced language change () | Isabelle LEGLISE - This volume deals with some never before described morphosyntactic variations and changes appearing in settings involving language contact. Contact-induced changes are defined as dynamic and multiple, involving internal change as well as historical.
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Three main perspectives on contact-induced language change are presented. The first explores the role of multilingual speakers in contact-induced language change, especially their spontaneous.
Dynamics of contact-induced language change. Edited by Claudine Chamoreau and Isabelle Léglise Author(s): Jeff Good 1 View Affiliations Hide Affiliations Affiliations: Article Type: Book Review Most Cited Creoles are typologically distinct from non-creoles Author(s.
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Contact-induced change as an innovation; Language contact in language obsolescence; The emergence of a marked-nominative system in Tehuelche or Aonek’o ʔaʔjen: a contact-induced change. On polysemy copying and grammaticalization in language contact; The attraction of indefinite articles: on the borrowing of Spanish un in Chamorro; On form.
Book Review: Dynamics of contact-induced language change, edited by Chamoreau, Claudine, and Isabelle Léglise in Journal of Language Contact Author: Francesco Gardani 1. Editors: Jeff Good and Simon Greenhill Language Dynamics and Change (LDC) is an international peer-reviewed journal that covers both new and traditional aspects of the study of language change.
Work on all aspects of historical and comparative linguistics and any language or. Dynamics of Language Cont has been added to your Cart Add to Cart.
Buy Now More Buying Choices 11 New from $ 10 Used from $ Clyne analyzes how and why these languages change in an immigration country like Australia, and. Traditionally, contact-induced changes in languages have been classiﬁed into two broad categories: those due to ‘borrowing’ and those due to ‘interference’ by an L1 or other primary language on an L2 in the course of second language acquisition (SLA), particularly language shift.
The second type of change. The volume deals with previously undescribed morphosyntactic changes appearing in contact settings. The chapters investigate topics such as the role of multilingual speakers, the differences between contact-induced change and change in endangered languages, and the relationship between contact-induced change and internal change.
Dynamics of contact-induced language change / edited by Claudine Chamoreau and Isabelle Léglise. P L38 D94 Language conflict and language planning / edited by Ernst Håkon Jahr. predicting what kinds of contact-induced changes will occur when. Before turning to a detailed discussion of the issues that arise in this area, we need a de nition of contact-induced language change: Contact is a cause of ‘any linguistic change that would have been less likely to occur outside a particular contact situation’ (Thomason Thomason has already established a reputation in the area of contact linguistics, the sorts of changes that occur when speakers of different languages come into close contact with each other.
This book contains several new proposals, including an emphasis on the various possibilities that can (and cannot) result from "incomplete learning".Reviews: 1. In book: The Dynamics of Contact-induced Language Change, Publisher: Mouton de Gruyter, pp Engaging and informative, this book will be of great interest to sociolinguists, linguistic.
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Dynamics of contact-induced language change. [Claudine Chamoreau;] -- Main description: The volume deals with previously undescribed morphosyntactic changes appearing in contact settings.
Contact-induced changes are dynamic and multiple, involving internal change as.Open publication The volume deals with previously undescribed morphosyntactic variations and changes appearing in settings involving language contact.
Contact-induced changes are defined as dynamic and multiple, involving internal change as well as historical and sociolinguistic factors.