6 edition of Language typology and language universals found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Sprachtypologie und sprachliche Universalien, Typologie des langues et les universaux linguistiques|
|Statement||edited by Martin Haspelmath ... [et al.] = Sprachtypologie und sprachliche Universalien : ein internationales Handbuch / herausgegeben von Martin Haspelmath ... [et al.] = La typologie des langues et les universaux linguistiques : manuel international / édité par Martin Haspelmath ... [et al.].|
|Genre||Handbooks, manuals, etc.|
|Series||Handbooks of linguistics and communication science =, Handbücher zur Sprach- und Kommunikationswissenschaft ;, Bd. 20, Handbücher zur Sprach- und Kommunikationswissenschaft ;, Bd. 20.|
|Contributions||Haspelmath, Martin, 1963-|
|LC Classifications||P204 .L3 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. (1856 p.) ;|
|Number of Pages||1856|
|ISBN 10||3110114232, 3110171546|
|LC Control Number||2001047665|
Abstract. In the first part of this paper I deal with some points concerning the relationship between typology and Second Language research that were touched upon by Joseph Greenberg in his article: the contribution of L2 research to linguistic theorizing, the nature vs. history dichotomy, the relation between second languages and pidginization by: 6. Introducing Language Typology Language typology identifies similarities and differences among languages of the world. This textbook provides an introduction to the subject which assumes minimal prior knowledge of linguistics. It offers the broadest coverage of any introductory book, including sections on historical change, language acquisition.
In our book Simpler Syntax (Culicover and Jackendo ), Ray Jackendo and I assume that the grammatical func-tions Subject and Object are universal, and play an integral role in the de-scription of the form/meaning correspondences that comprise what we call ‘language’. But these ‘universals’, like many others, pose several mysteries. EBOOK SYNOPSIS: Since its first publication, Language Universals and Linguistic Typology has become established as the leading introductory account of one of the most productive areas of linguistics—the analysis, comparison, and classification of the common features and .
Some of these include linguistic typology, language universals, multilingualism, linguistic prehistory, language ecology, lexical diffusion, dialectology, origins and evolution of language, language classification, diversification and dispersal of the languages, how language changes spread, models of horizontal versus vertical transmission of. universals restricted (implicational) universals absolute universals statistical (probabilistic) and they are also the focus of this book. The data cited in (1)–(7) have begun to answer the question in (8a) by Introducing Language Typology Edith A. Moravcsik Excerpt More information.
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Since its first publication, Language Universals and Linguistic Typology has become established as the leading introductory account of one of the most productive areas of linguisticsthe analysis, comparison, and classification of the common features and forms of the organization of languages.
Adopting an approach to the subject pioneered by Greenberg and others, Bernard4/5(6). Since its first publication, Language Universals and Linguistic Typology has become established as the leading introductory account of one of the most productive areas of linguistics—the analysis, comparison, and classification of the common features and forms of the organization of languages.
Adopting an approach to the subject pioneered by Greenberg and others, Bernard Comrie is Cited by: It must also take account of language use and relate formal properties to testable claims about cognition and cognitive development.
This new edition has been revised to take account of new research in universals and typology in the past decade and applies its findings to the problems of generative grammatical theory/5(7).
Language Typology and Language Universals: An International Handbook, Volume 1 Handbooks of linguistics and communication science Volume 20 of Handbücher zur Sprach- und Kommunikationswissenschaft Language Typology and Language Universals: An International Handbook, Martin Haspelmath: Contributor: Martin Haspelmath: Publisher: Walter de.
Print book: GermanView all editions and formats Summary: The series Handbooks of Linguistics and Communication Science is designed to illuminate a field which not only includes general linguistics and the study of linguistics as applied to specific languages, but also covers those more recent areas which have developed from the increasing body.
Language typology and language universals: An international handbook. Article (PDF Available) January with 1, Reads How we measure 'reads'. The handbook is not only intended for the expert in the fields of typology and language universals, but for all of those interested in linguistics.
It is specifically addressed to all those who specialize in individual languages, providing basic orientation for their analysis and placing each language within the space of what is possible and.
Typology and universals research uncovers those patterns to formulate universal constraints on language and seek their exploration.
In this essential textbook, William Croft presents a comprehensive introduction to the method and theory used in studying typology and by: Books shelved as linguistic-typology: Language Typology and Syntactic Description: Volume 3, Grammatical Categories and the Lexicon by Timothy Shopen, Th.
Language typology has a great deal of similarities with two related lin- guistic sub-disciplines, contrastive linguistics and comparative historical linguistics, although they each have a unique. Language typology identifies similarities and differences among languages of the world.
This textbook provides an introduction to the subject which assumes minimal prior knowledge of linguistics. It offers the broadest coverage of any introductory book, including sections on historical change, language acquisition, and language : Edith A.
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Foundations: Points of contact between language universals/language typology and other disciplines / Grundlagen: Berührungspunkte von Universalienforschung und Sprachtypologie mit anderen Disziplinen / Fondements: les points de contact entre la recherche universaliste, la typologie linguistique et d’autres disciplines.
Pages ISBN: OCLC Number: Language Note: English, French, and German. Description: 2 volumes ( pages) ; 28 cm. Morphology / Syntax Speaking humbly as someone interested (but not doing research or extensive critical readings) in linguistic typology (mostly about very specific topics in morphology) and its intersection with other topics, below are a few rela.
Universals are typological generalizations based on these recurring patterns. "Linguistic typology took off in its modern form with the ground-breaking research of Joseph Greenberg, such as, for example, his seminal paper on a cross-linguistic survey of word order leading to a series of implicational universals (Greenberg ) Greenberg Author: Richard Nordquist.
Linguistic typology (or language typology) is a field of linguistics that studies and classifies languages according to their structural and functional features. Its aim is to describe and explain the common properties and the structural diversity of the world's languages.
Its subdisciplines include, but are not limited to: qualitative typology, which deals with the issue of comparing. Morphological typology 45 3 Implicational universals and competing motivations 49 Restrictions on possible language types 49 Unrestricted and implicational universals 52 Competing motivations 59 Deeper explanations for word order and affix order universals 69 Typology, universals and generative grammar revisited 80File Size: KB.
is a platform for academics to share research papers. A linguistic universal is a pattern that occurs systematically across natural languages, potentially true for all of example, All languages have nouns and verbs, or If a language is spoken, it has consonants and vowels.
Research in this area of linguistics is closely tied to the study of linguistic typology, and intends to reveal generalizations across languages, likely tied to. Book Description. This new four volume collection on Linguistic Typology will be an essential source of reference for linguists of all theoretical convictions.
‘A Dynamic Approach to the Verification of Distributional Universals’, Linguistic Typology, 4,pp. – E. König, W. Oesterreicher & W. Raible (eds.), Language.This article starts by defining the object of linguistic typology as cross-linguistic variation and language diversity.
It contrasts linguistic typology with another influential approach to cross-linguistic variation: generative grammar. This grammar is a deductive approach, aiming at a formal derivation of the observed data from a general model that precedes any empirical by: 3.This four-volume set is the result of the Stanford Language Universals Research Project.
Though older than the other works in this section, this book is still relevant and covers syntactic, morphological, and phonological typology, as well as the history of typology and typological methodology.