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Document Type:BL
Record Number:102835
Doc. No:b60115
Title & Author:Grammatical change :origins, nature, outcomes /edited by Dianne Jonas, John Whitman, and Andrew Garrett.
Publication Statement:Oxford ;New York :Oxford University Press,2012.
Series Statement :Oxford linguistics.
Page. NO:xi, 384 p. :ill. ;24 cm.
ISBN:9780199582624
0199582629
Notes:Series statement from jacket.
Bibliographies/Indexes:Includes bibliographical references (p. [347]-377) and index.
Contents:Grammaticalization and directionality of change: Grammaticalization as optimization / Paul Kiparsky ; The historical syntax problem : reanalysis and directionality / Andrew Garrett ; Grammaticalization of ser and estar in Romance / Montserrat Batllori and Francesc Roca ; A minimalist approach to Jespersen's cycle in Welsh / David Willis -- Change in the nominal domain : internal and external factors: A new perspective on the historical development of English intensifiers and reflexives / Uffe Bergeton and Roumyana Pancheva ; Language contact and linguistic complexity : the rise of the reflexive pronoun zich in a fifteenth-century Netherlands border dialect / Gertjan Postma ; An article evolving : the case of Old Bulgarian / Mila Dimitrova-Vulchanova and Valentin Vulchanov ; Parametric changes in the history of the Greek article / Cristina Guardiano ; Triggering syntactic change : inertia and local causes in the history of English genitives / Paola Crisma -- Change in the clausal domain : cues, triggers, and articulation: Revisiting verb (projection) raising in Old English / Eric Haeberli and Susan Pintzuk ; Syntax and discourse in Old and Middle English word order / Ans van Kemenade and Tanja Miličev ; Subjects in early English : syntactic change as gradual constraint reranking / Brady Clark ; Coordinatio0n, gapping, and the Portuguese inflected infinitive : the role of structural ambiguity in syntactic change / Ana Maria Martins ; Negative movement in the history of Norwegian : the evolution of a grammatical virus / John Sundquist -- Morphosyntactic change and language type: On the gradual development of polysynthesis in Nahuatl . Jason D. Haugen ; Antipassive in Austronesian alignment change / Edith Aldridge.
Subject:Grammar, Comparative and general-- Grammaticalization.
Subject:Grammar, Comparative and general-- Syntax.
Subject:Linguistic change.
Dewey Classification:‭415‬
LC Classification:‭P299.G73‬‭G7215 2012‬
Added Entry:Jonas, Dianne.
Whitman, John,1954-
Garrett, Andrew,1961-