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Grammatical change and linguistic theory : the Rosendal papers / edited by Thórhallur Eythórsson
(Linguistik aktuell ; v. 113)

Publisher Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : John Benjamins Pub. Co.
Year c2008
Codes ID=2001429511 NCID=BA85632403

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Language English
Size vi, 441 p. : ill. ; 25 cm
Contents Grammaticalization in a speaker-oriented theory of change / Henning Andersen
Degrammaticalization versus typology : reflections on a strained relationship / John Ole Askedal
Cascading parameter changes : internally-driven change in Middle and Early Modern English / Theresa Biberauer & Ian Roberts
The rise and development of analytic perfects in Italo-Romance / Michela Cennamo
Raising patterns in Old High German / Ulrike Demske
The new passive in Icelandic really is a passive / Thórhallur Eythórsson
A mentalist interpretation of grammaticalization theory / Jan Terje Faarlund
Linguistic cycles and economy principles : the role of Universal Grammar in language change / Elly van Gelderen
Explaining exuberant agreement / Alice C. Harris
From resultatives to anteriors in Ancient Greek : on the role of paradigmaticity in semantic change / Dag Haug
Lexical nonsense and morphological sense : on the real importance of "folk etymology" and related phenomena for historical linguists / Martin Maiden
The diffusion of systemic changes through the inflectional system : evidence from person-number inflection in the Nordic languages and German / Kjartan Ottosson
Left branch extraction of nominal modifiers in Old Scandinavian / Christer Platzack
On incorporation in Athapaskan languages : aspects of language change / Keren Rice
Argument marking from Latin to modern Romance languages : an illustration of "combined grammaticalisation processes" / Lene Schøsler
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index
Authors Eythórsson, Thórhallur
Subjects LCSH:Grammar, Comparative and general -- Grammaticalization  All Subject Search
LCSH:Linguistic change
Classification LCC:P299.G73
Vol : hb ; ISBN:9789027233776

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Central Library, Open-Stack Room : hb 415/EY84 0180898577
9789027233776 2008

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