Proceedings of the 6th World Congress of African Linguistics, Cologne, 17-21 August 2009 [Texte imprimé] / edited by Matthias Brenzinger & Anne-Maria Fehn. - Köln : Köppe, 2012. - 1 vol. (XIV-658 p.) : ill., cartes. ; 25 cm.

Références bibliogr.

Editors’ note (p.IX) -- WOCAL - World Congress of African Linguistics / Matthias Brenzinger (p.XI) -- I. Plenary Papers -- African languages for Africa’s development / Neville Alexander (p.1) -- The challenges of documentary linguistics in the field of “Afrikanistik” / Gratien G. Atindogbé (p.7) -- The importance of Deaf involvement in African Sign Language research / Sam Lutalo-Kiingi (p.23) -- African languages in Latin America / Margarida Maria Taddoni Petter (p.29) -- Language and poverty in Africa – Do language policies help or hinder poverty reduction? / James G. Bennett (p.39) -- How to pretend you speak a dying language when you don’t really know how to speak it – Methodological worries in documenting dying languages / G. Tucker Childs (p.45) -- Coding relations between the verb and noun phrases in Afroasiatic – A sketch of typological explanations / Zygmunt Frajzyngier (p.57) -- What Africa can contribute to understanding language vitality, endangerment, and loss / Salikoko S. Mufwene (p.69) -- Aspects of youth language in Khartoum / Abdel Rahim Hamid Mugaddam (p.81) -- Sociolinguistics in the African context : History – challenges – prospects / H. Ekkehard Wolff (p.93) -- II. Historical, Comparative and Typological Linguistics -- On the strategic partnership of verbs – Serial verbs in Niger-Congo languages / Rose-Juliet Anyanwu (p.107) -- Clicks in south-western Bantu languages – Contact-induced vs. language internal lexical change / Koen Bostoen / Bonny Sands (p.121) -- Not cut to fit – zero coded passives in African languages / Alexander Cobbinah / Friederike Lüpke (p.133) -- Defaka and Ịjọ – A reassessment of the Ijoid relationship / Bruce Connell / William Bennett / Inoma Essien / Ebitare Obikudo / Akin Akinlabi / Ozo-mekuri Ndimele (p.145) -- Typology put to practical use – A participatory approach to initial grammar research / Oliver Kröger (p.155) -- Non-concatenative morphology in Dinka and Arabic – Augmentation and replacement / Russell Norton (p.169) -- Incorporated subject pronouns in word order typology / Helga Schröder (p.181) -- III. Phonetics and Phonology -- The function of tone in the Tennet language / Adelino Amargira (p.193) -- Can tone shift be regarded as tone depression in Shisukuma? / Herman M. Batibo (p.201) -- Fulfulde and Bambara syllables in typological and universal perspectives – Interactions between tautosyllabic segments and the effects of consonants / Ibrahima A.H. Cissé / Nathalie Vallée (p.207) -- Introducing Kwasio pharyngealized vowels / Daniel Duke / Marieke Martin (p.219) -- A diachronic and comparative analysis of spirantization in Amazigh : The case of the Beni Iznassen variety / Yamina El Kirat El Allame (p.225) -- Tones and intonation in Boundji Embosí (C25) / Martial Embanga Aborobongui / Annie Rialland / Jean-Marc Beltzung (p.237) -- Vowels, consonants and prosody in two Central Chadic languages / Richard Gravina (p.245) -- Consonantal system of Datooga (Bajuuta dialect) / Osamu Hieda (p.259) -- The vowels of Majang / Andreas Joswig (p.263) -- Nasal assimilation in Mozambican Ngoni / Heidrun Kröger (p.269) -- Nasality in Bozo Jemaana / Christiane Lauschitzky (p.279) -- The spreading, blocking, and optimization of H tones – Depressor consonants in Dagara / Seunghun J. Lee (p.287) -- Du statut phonologique du schwa en biali, langue gur orientale, Bénin / Coffi Sambiéni (p.297) -- Tone in western Ejagham (Etung) – Lexical tone on the “minimal” verb forms / John R. Watters (p.309) -- IV. Morphology, Syntax and Semantics -- The Ibibio locative copular constructions / Ogbonna Anyanwu (p.321) -- The basic locative construction in Gurene / Samuel A. Atintono (p.329) -- A cognitive approach to the functions of the particle me in Joola-Banjal / Wolfgang Berndt (p.341) -- The grammar of action nominals in Tigemaxo (Bozo) / Thomas Blecke (p.355) -- Alternations of emotion verb-noun roots in Wolof – Analogy between verbs and nouns / Olivier Bondéelle (p.363) -- Agreement in Ikaan compound numerals / Nadine Borchardt (p.375) -- Predicate-centered focus in Gbe / Ines Fiedler (p.385) -- Paradigm uniformity in Luwanga derived nouns / Christopher R. Green (p.399) -- “What can I offer my child?” – How to impose on others in Isu (Grassfields Bantu) / Roland Kiessling / Britta Neumann / Doreen Schröter (p.411) -- Nominal compounding and associative phrases in Bemba / Nancy C. Kula (p.421) -- Agreement in locative phrases in Luganda / Lutz Marten (p.433) -- Dérivation and réduplication en pepel / Dame Ndao (p.445) -- The realization of tense/aspect tones in Bafut / Ayu’nwi N. Neba (p.451) -- The suffix -dó in Kenga – Ventive and past, one or two functions? / Lukas Neukom (p.465) -- Persistive and alterative – dual-time aspects in siSwati / Peter Nichols (p.477) -- From anaphoric pronoun to copula in Zande / Helma Pasch (p.489) -- Left Dislocation in Dagbani – A preliminary survey / Tristan Michael Purvis (p.501) -- Don’t waste words – perspectives on the Tima lexicon / Gertrud Schneider-Blum (p.515) -- The grammar of space of Gawwada / Mauro Tosco (p.523) -- Tense variation in the tense system of Mundabli, Western Beboid (Bantoid, Cameroon) / Rebecca Voll (p.533) -- The functioning of personal pronouns in Belanda Boor / Beatrix von Heyking (p.545) -- V. Sociolinguistics -- Urban practices and new identities – Pidgin and Francanglais in Cameroon / Carole de Féral (p.557) -- Language shift in Nairobi / Maik Gibson (p.569) -- Language shift in Northern Nigeria – The precarious situation of the minority languages / Andrew Haruna (p.577) -- Contribution à la situation sociolinguistique anufo-gangam / Marie-Laure Bonson Kozi / Mimboabe Bakpa (p.589) -- Documentation et revitalisation du bédik – Expériences de terrain et premiers resultants / Adjaratou Oumar Sall (p.603) -- The concept of style/register shifting in multilingual African contexts / Gabriele Sommer (p.611) -- Sociolinguistic developments affecting Beja dialects / Klaus Wedekind (p.623) -- Dichotomy of the Deaf community in Eritrea / Rezenet Moges (p.635) -- Goundo, a dying language of Chad / James Roberts (p.641) -- Corpus of texts in indigenous African scripts / Solomija Buk / Andrij Rovenchak (p.651)

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Langues africaines--Actes de congrès.
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African languages--Congresses.
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