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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
International Conference on Historical Linguistics (3rd : 1977 : Hamburg, Germany).
Papers from the 3rd International Conference on Historical Linguistics.
Amsterdam : J. Benjamins, 1982
|Material Type:||Conference publication, Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
J Peter Maher; Allan R Bomhard; E F K Koerner
|Reproduction Notes:||Electronic reproduction. [S.l.] : HathiTrust Digital Library, 2011. MiAaHDL|
|Description:||1 online resource (xv, 434 pages) : illustrations.|
|Details:||Master and use copy. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, December 2002.|
|Contents:||1. Preface, pv; 2. Program, pvii; 3. Synchronic, diachronic, and panchronic linguistics (by Christie, Jr., William M.), p1; 4. The interplay between diachronic linguistics and dialectology: Some refinements of Trudgill's formula (by Gerritsen, Marinel), p11; 5. Development of tones in languages with distinctive tonal accents (by Gvozdanovic, Jadranka), p39; 6. Diachrony in synchrony (by Hammarstrom, Goran), p51; 7. Determinism in linguistics: neogrammarian and transformationalist (by Hewson, John), p65; 8. Historical development of tone patterns (by Hombert, Jean-Marie), p75; 9. Short-term and long-term teleology in linguistic change (by Itkonen, Esa), p85; 10. Sound change and perceptual compensation (by Janson, Tore), p119; 11. The neogrammarian doctrine: breakthrough or extension of the Schleicherian paradigm (by Koerner, E.F.K.), p129; 12. Observations on the sources, transmission, and meaning of 'Indo-european' and related terms in the development of linguistics (by Koerner, E.F.K.), p153; 13. Semantic investiture of underspecified units in syntax (by Langhoff, Stephan), p181; 14. The phonetic nature of the Neo-Stokavian accent shifts in Serbo-croatian (by Lehiste, Ilse), p197; 15. Homo : Humus and the semitic counterparts: The oldest culturally significant Etymology? (by Levin, Saul), p207; 16. La desinence feminine -esse (by Lofstedt, Leena), p217; 17. Between monogenesis and polygenesis (by Malkiel, Yakov), p235; 18. On comparative syntax (by Mithun, Marianne), p273; 19. A syntactic correlate of style switching in the Canterbury tales (by Ness, Lynn), p293; 20. Evidence of auslautsverhartung in old saxon (by Odwarka, Karl), p323; 21. The application of the comparative method to the philippine languages (by Paz, Consuelo J.), p345; 22. Historical analogy and the peircean categories (by Rauch, Irmengard), p359; 23. The PIE word order controversy and word order in lithuanian (by Reklaitis, Janine K.), p369; 24. On the problem of merger (by Ringgaard, Kristian), p387; 25. The word-and-paradigm model and linguistic change: the verbal system of ojibwa (by Wolfart, H. Christoph), p397; 26. Indices, p419|
|Series Title:||Amsterdam studies in the theory and history of linguistic science., Series IV,, Current issues in linguistic theory ;, v. 13.|
|Other Titles:||Papers from the Third International Conference on Historical Linguistics.|
|Responsibility:||edited by J. Peter Maher, Allan R. Bomhard, and E.F. Konrad Koerner.|