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The handbook of language contact /

de Hickey, Raymond (edt.)
Collation: 1 vol. (XVII-863 p.) : ill., cartes, couv. ill. en coul. ; 26 cm. Collection: Blackwell handbooks in linguistics Édition: Malden [etc.] : Wiley-Blackwell, 2010, cop. 2010.ISBN: 9781405175807 (rel); 9781118347157 (br); 140517580X (rel).Table des matières / Sommaire: Notes on contributorsLanguage contact: reconsideration and reassessment / Raymond HickeyPart I. Contact and linguistics1. Contact explanations in linguistics / Sarah Thomason2. Genetic classification and language contact / Michael Noonan3. Contact, convergence, and typology / Yaron Matras4. Contact and grammaticalization / Bernd Heine and Tania Kuteva5. Language contact and grammatical theory / Karen P. Corrigan6. Computational models and language contact / April McMahonPart II. Contact and change7. Contact and language shift / Raymond Hickey8. Contact and borrowing / Donald Winford9. Contact and code-switching / Penelope Gardner-Chloros10. Contact and dialectology / David Britain11. Contact and new varieties / Paul Kerswill12. Contact and change: Pidgins and creoles / John HolmPart III. Contact and society13. Scenarios for language contact / Pieter Muysken14. Ethnic identity and linguistic contact / Carmen Fought15. Contact and sociolinguistic typology / Peter Trudgill16. Contact and language death / Suzanne Romaine17. Fieldwork in contact situations / Claire BowernPart IV. Case studies of contact18. Macrofamilies, macroareas, and contact / Johanna Nichols19. Contact and prehistory: The Indo-European Northwest / Theo Vennemann20. Contact and the history of Germanic languages / Paul Roberge21. Contact and the early history of English / Markku Filppula22. Contact and the development of American English / Joseph C. Salmons and Thomas C. Purnell23. Contact Englishes and creoles in the Caribbean / Edgar W. Schneider24. Contact and Asian varieties of English / Umberto Ansaldo25. Contact and African Englishes / Rajend Mesthrie26. Contact and the Celtic languages / Joseph F. Eska27. Spanish and Portuguese in contact / John M. Lipski28. Contact and the development of the Slavic languages / Lenore A. Grenoble29. Contact and the Finno-Ugric languages / Johanna Laakso30. Language contact in the Balkans / Brian D. Joseph31. Contact and the development of Arabic / Kees Versteegh32. Turkic language contacts / Lars Johanson33. Contact and North American languages / Marianne Mithun34. Language contact in Africa, a selected review / G. Tucker Childs35. Contact and Siberian languages / Brigitte Pakendorf36. Language contact in South Asia / Harold F. Schiffman37. Language contact and Chinese / Stephen Matthews38. Contact and indigenous languages in Australia / Patrick McConvell39. Language contact in the New Guinea region / William A. Foley40. Contact languages of the Pacific / Jeff SiegelSujet RAMEAU: Langues en contact Guides pratiques et mémentos | Languages in contact Handbooks, manuals, etc Thématique: Sociolinguistique et ethnolinguistique Thématique spécifique: Famille de langues | Emprunt linguistique | Ouvrages didactiques et de référence | Histoire de la langue | Typologie | Variation | Grammaire | Multilinguisme | Contact de languesType de document: OuvrageLangue du document: anglaisPays d'édition: Royaume-Uni de Grande-Bretagne et d'Irlande du Nord, Etats-Unis d'AmériquesNote: Table des matières.
Autre tirage : 2013 (broché)
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Table des matières.

Autre tirage : 2013 (broché)

Bibliogr. en fin de chapitres. Index.

Notes on contributors Language contact: reconsideration and reassessment / Raymond Hickey Part I. Contact and linguistics 1. Contact explanations in linguistics / Sarah Thomason 2. Genetic classification and language contact / Michael Noonan 3. Contact, convergence, and typology / Yaron Matras 4. Contact and grammaticalization / Bernd Heine and Tania Kuteva 5. Language contact and grammatical theory / Karen P. Corrigan 6. Computational models and language contact / April McMahon Part II. Contact and change 7. Contact and language shift / Raymond Hickey 8. Contact and borrowing / Donald Winford 9. Contact and code-switching / Penelope Gardner-Chloros 10. Contact and dialectology / David Britain 11. Contact and new varieties / Paul Kerswill 12. Contact and change: Pidgins and creoles / John Holm Part III. Contact and society 13. Scenarios for language contact / Pieter Muysken 14. Ethnic identity and linguistic contact / Carmen Fought 15. Contact and sociolinguistic typology / Peter Trudgill 16. Contact and language death / Suzanne Romaine 17. Fieldwork in contact situations / Claire Bowern Part IV. Case studies of contact 18. Macrofamilies, macroareas, and contact / Johanna Nichols 19. Contact and prehistory: The Indo-European Northwest / Theo Vennemann 20. Contact and the history of Germanic languages / Paul Roberge 21. Contact and the early history of English / Markku Filppula 22. Contact and the development of American English / Joseph C. Salmons and Thomas C. Purnell 23. Contact Englishes and creoles in the Caribbean / Edgar W. Schneider 24. Contact and Asian varieties of English / Umberto Ansaldo 25. Contact and African Englishes / Rajend Mesthrie 26. Contact and the Celtic languages / Joseph F. Eska 27. Spanish and Portuguese in contact / John M. Lipski 28. Contact and the development of the Slavic languages / Lenore A. Grenoble 29. Contact and the Finno-Ugric languages / Johanna Laakso 30. Language contact in the Balkans / Brian D. Joseph 31. Contact and the development of Arabic / Kees Versteegh 32. Turkic language contacts / Lars Johanson 33. Contact and North American languages / Marianne Mithun 34. Language contact in Africa, a selected review / G. Tucker Childs 35. Contact and Siberian languages / Brigitte Pakendorf 36. Language contact in South Asia / Harold F. Schiffman 37. Language contact and Chinese / Stephen Matthews 38. Contact and indigenous languages in Australia / Patrick McConvell 39. Language contact in the New Guinea region / William A. Foley 40. Contact languages of the Pacific / Jeff Siegel

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