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Morphologies in contact

de Vanhove, Martine (Ed.) ; Stolz, Thomas (Ed.) ; Urdze, Aina (Ed.) ; Otsuka, Hitomi (Ed.)
Collation: 1 vol. (340 p.) : 25 cmCollection: Studia diplomatica ; 10Édition: Berlin : Akademie Verlag, 2012.ISBN: 978-3-05-005701-9.Contenu: Preface / Martine Vanhove, Thomas Stolz, Hitomi Otsuka & Aina Urdze (p.9-12) -- PART I: AMERINDIA -- Morphologies in contact: form, meaning, and use in the grammar of reference / Marianne Mithun (p.15-36) -- Borrowing of a Cariban number marker into three Tupi-Guarani languages / Françoise Rose (p.37-69) -- Spanish diminutive markers “-ito”/”-ita” in Mesoamerican languages. A challenge for acceptance of gender distinction / Claudine Chamoreau (p.71-90) -- PART II: AUSTRONESIA -- Survival in a niche. On gender-copy in Chamorro (and sundry languages) / Thomas Stolz (p.93-140) -- PART III: BALKAN (AND BEYOND) -- Verb morphologies in contact: evidence from the Balkan area / Evangelia Adamou (p.143-162) -- Romani in contact with Bulgarian and Greek: replication in verbal morphology / Birgit Igla and Irene Sechidou (p.163-176) -- Morphology in language contact: verbal loanblend formation in Asia Minor Greek (Aivaliot) / Angela Ralli (p.177-193) -- Mood meets mood: Turkic versus Indo-European / Lars Johanson (p.195-203) -- PART IV: ROMANCE -- Contact-induced change in personal pronouns: some Romance examples / Michele Loporcaro (p.207-225) -- The influence of loanwords on Sardinian word formation / Immacolata Pinto (p.227-245) -- Swinging back the pendulum: French morphology and de-Italianization in Piedmontese / Mauro Tosco (p.247-262) -- PART V: SLAVIC (OUTSIDE THE SLAVIC CORE AREA) -- Contact phenomena in the Slavic of Molise: some remarks about nouns and prepositional phrases / Antonietta Marra (p.265-282) -- Language contact, language decay and morphological change: evidence from the speech of Czech immigrants in Paraguay / Lenka Zajicovà (p.283-307) -- PART VI: AFRICA -- Roots and patterns in Beja (Cushitic): the issue of language contact with Arabic / Martine Vanhove (p.311-326)Thématique: Etude descriptive | Sociolinguistique et ethnolinguistique | Linguistique, languesThématique spécifique: Morphologie (linguistique) | Contact de languesLangue: Amérindien | Chamorro | Balkan | Bulgare | Tupi-Guarani | Austronesian | Beja | Czech | Greek | Romance languages | Sardinian | Slavic | FrenchType de document: OuvrageLangue du document: anglaisPays d'édition: Allemagne
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Preface / Martine Vanhove, Thomas Stolz, Hitomi Otsuka & Aina Urdze (p.9-12) --
PART I: AMERINDIA -- Morphologies in contact: form, meaning, and use in the grammar of reference / Marianne Mithun (p.15-36) --
Borrowing of a Cariban number marker into three Tupi-Guarani languages / Françoise Rose (p.37-69) --
Spanish diminutive markers “-ito”/”-ita” in Mesoamerican languages. A challenge for acceptance of gender distinction / Claudine Chamoreau (p.71-90) --
PART II: AUSTRONESIA -- Survival in a niche. On gender-copy in Chamorro (and sundry languages) / Thomas Stolz (p.93-140) --
PART III: BALKAN (AND BEYOND) -- Verb morphologies in contact: evidence from the Balkan area / Evangelia Adamou (p.143-162) --
Romani in contact with Bulgarian and Greek: replication in verbal morphology / Birgit Igla and Irene Sechidou (p.163-176) --
Morphology in language contact: verbal loanblend formation in Asia Minor Greek (Aivaliot) / Angela Ralli (p.177-193) --
Mood meets mood: Turkic versus Indo-European / Lars Johanson (p.195-203) --
PART IV: ROMANCE -- Contact-induced change in personal pronouns: some Romance examples / Michele Loporcaro (p.207-225) --
The influence of loanwords on Sardinian word formation / Immacolata Pinto (p.227-245) --
Swinging back the pendulum: French morphology and de-Italianization in Piedmontese / Mauro Tosco (p.247-262) --
PART V: SLAVIC (OUTSIDE THE SLAVIC CORE AREA) -- Contact phenomena in the Slavic of Molise: some remarks about nouns and prepositional phrases / Antonietta Marra (p.265-282) --
Language contact, language decay and morphological change: evidence from the speech of Czech immigrants in Paraguay / Lenka Zajicovà (p.283-307) --
PART VI: AFRICA -- Roots and patterns in Beja (Cushitic): the issue of language contact with Arabic / Martine Vanhove (p.311-326)

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