LAURIE BAUER INTRODUCING LINGUISTIC MORPHOLOGY PDF
Introducing Linguistic Morphology. Laurie Bauer. Edition: 2. Paperback (Order Now – Reprinting). £ Hardback (Order Now – Reprinting). £ Pt. 1. Fundamentals; 1. Introduction; 2. The Basic Units; 3. the Morphological Structure of Words; Pt. 2. Elaboration; 4. Defining the Word-Form; 5. Productivity; 6. An expanded and updated new edition of this best-selling introduction to linguistic morphology. The text guides the reader from the very first principles of the.
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Introducing Linguistic Morphology
Along with two new chapters discussing morphology and the brain and how morphology arises, changes, and disappears, this new edition includes exercises and a glossary of key terms. A Glossary of Morphology.
The third section looks at the theory of morphology, considering fundamental problems such as the nature of morphological universals, how the brain deals withmorphologically complex words and how morphology changes over time, but also with individual ways of looking at morphology, including natural morphology, word-and-paradigm and level-ordered models.
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He is an Editor of the journal Word Structure. A newly expanded and updated edition of one of the best-selling introductions to linguistic morphology—the study and description of word formations in languages—that deals with inflection, derivation, and compounding, the system of word-forming elements and processes in a language.
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The first part of the book introduces basic concepts, with the help of examples from a range of familiar and exotic languages. Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone.
Account Options Sign in. The first part of the book introduces basic concepts, with the These include the definition of the word-form, productivity, the vexedproblems of inflection versus derivation and the nature of the morpheme, and the position of morphology in relation to phonology and syntax. The text guides the reader from the very first principles of the internal structure of words through to advanced issues of current controversy. New chapters provide an excellent way into recent work informed by non-linear phonology, by diachronic typology and—most interesting of all—by psycholinguistics.
An excellent book for the student who really wants to understand. Introducing Linguistic Morphology Second Edition Laurie Bauer A newly expanded and updated edition of one of the best-selling introductions bauef linguistic morphology—the study and description of word formations in languages—that deals with inflection, derivation, and compounding, the system of word-forming elements and processes in a language.
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Only for sale in U. An expanded and updated new edition of this best-selling introduction to linguistic morphology. The book also gains from the new exercises and three appendices including a glossary. The second section highlights intrducing important topics, and discusses them in more detail.
There are useful suggestions for further reading, and appendices containing quite challenging questions for reflection and a recapitulation with worked examples of some of the key concepts.
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Basic concepts are introduced, with lingyistic abundance of examples from a range of familiar and exotic languages, followed by a discussion of, among other topics, the definition of word-form, productivity, inflection versus derivation, and the position of morphology to phonology—the science of speech sounds, especially the history and theory of sound changes in a language.
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