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The Oxford handbook of inflection /

de Baerman, Matthew. (edt.)
Collation: 1 vol. (XXI-688 p.) ; 26 cm. Collection: Oxford Handbooks Édition: Oxford : Oxford university press, 2015.ISBN: 9780199591428 (rel); 0199591423 (rel); 9780198808619 (br).Contenu: This handbook provides a comprehensive state-of-the-art overview of work on inflection - the expression of grammatical information through changes in word forms. The volume's 24 chapters are written by experts in the field from a variety of theoretical backgrounds, with examples drawn from a wide range of languages.1. Introduction / Matthew Baerman (p.1) -- Part I. Building Blocks -- 2. The morpheme : Its nature and use / Stephen R. Anderson (p.11) -- 3. Features in inflection / Greville G. Corbett (p.35) -- 4. Inflectional exponence / Jochen Trommer and Eva Zimmermann (p.47) -- Part II. Paradigms and their Variants -- 5. Inflectional paradigms / James P. Blevins (p.87) -- 6. Inflection classes / Gregory Stump (p.113) -- 7. Paradigmatic deviations / Matthew Baerman (p.141) -- 8. Phonology / Gunnar Olafur Hansson (p.161) -- 9. Periphrasis and inflection / Andrew Spencer and Gergana Popova (p.197) -- Part III. Change -- 10. Diachrony / Claire Bowern (p.233) -- 11. Contact-induced change / Maarten Kossmann (p.251) -- Part IV. Computation -- 12. Modelling inflectional structure / Dunstan Brown (p.275) -- 13. Machine translation / Ondrej Bojar (p.297) -- 14. Machine learning of inflection / Katya Pertsova (p.323) -- Part V. Psycholinguistics -- 15. Inflectional morphology in language acquisition / Sabine Stoll (p.351) -- 16. Disorders / Matthew Walenski (p.375) -- Part VI. Sketches of individual systems -- 17. Verbal inflection in Iha : A multiplicity of alignments / Mark Donohue (p.405) -- 18. Inflection in Pulaar / Fiona Mc Laughlin (p.419) -- 19. Lithuanian inflection / Axel Holvoet (p.447) -- 20. Chamorro inflection / Thomas Stolz (p.465) -- 21. Inflection in Murrinh-Patha / Rachel Nordlinger (p.491) -- 22. Aymara inflection / Matt Coler (p.521) -- 23. Inflection in Nen / Nicholas Evans (p.543) -- 24. Stem-internal and affixal morphology in Shilluk / Bert Remijsen, Cynthia L. Miller-Naudé, and Leoma G. Gilley (p.577) -- Reference (p.597) -- Authors Index (p.669) -- Language Index (p.683) -- Subject Index (p.687)Sujet RAMEAU: Syntaxe | Grammaire | Morphèmes | Langage Acquisition | Psycholinguistique | Flexion (linguistique)Thématique: Linguistique, langues | Phonétique | Phonologie | Morphologie Thématique spécifique: Métaphonie Type de document: OuvrageLangue du document: anglaisPays d'édition: Royaume-Uni de Grande-Bretagne et d'Irlande du NordNote: Titre provenant des métadonnées.
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Autre forme de titre : Handbook of inflection.

Bibliogr. p. [597]-667. Notes bibliogr. Index.

This handbook provides a comprehensive state-of-the-art overview of work on inflection - the expression of grammatical information through changes in word forms. The volume's 24 chapters are written by experts in the field from a variety of theoretical backgrounds, with examples drawn from a wide range of languages.

1. Introduction / Matthew Baerman (p.1) --
Part I. Building Blocks --
2. The morpheme : Its nature and use / Stephen R. Anderson (p.11) --
3. Features in inflection / Greville G. Corbett (p.35) --
4. Inflectional exponence / Jochen Trommer and Eva Zimmermann (p.47) --
Part II. Paradigms and their Variants --
5. Inflectional paradigms / James P. Blevins (p.87) --
6. Inflection classes / Gregory Stump (p.113) --
7. Paradigmatic deviations / Matthew Baerman (p.141) --
8. Phonology / Gunnar Olafur Hansson (p.161) --
9. Periphrasis and inflection / Andrew Spencer and Gergana Popova (p.197) --
Part III. Change --
10. Diachrony / Claire Bowern (p.233) --
11. Contact-induced change / Maarten Kossmann (p.251) --
Part IV. Computation --
12. Modelling inflectional structure / Dunstan Brown (p.275) --
13. Machine translation / Ondrej Bojar (p.297) --
14. Machine learning of inflection / Katya Pertsova (p.323) --
Part V. Psycholinguistics --
15. Inflectional morphology in language acquisition / Sabine Stoll (p.351) --
16. Disorders / Matthew Walenski (p.375) --
Part VI. Sketches of individual systems --
17. Verbal inflection in Iha : A multiplicity of alignments / Mark Donohue (p.405) --
18. Inflection in Pulaar / Fiona Mc Laughlin (p.419) --
19. Lithuanian inflection / Axel Holvoet (p.447) --
20. Chamorro inflection / Thomas Stolz (p.465) --
21. Inflection in Murrinh-Patha / Rachel Nordlinger (p.491) --
22. Aymara inflection / Matt Coler (p.521) --
23. Inflection in Nen / Nicholas Evans (p.543) --
24. Stem-internal and affixal morphology in Shilluk / Bert Remijsen, Cynthia L. Miller-Naudé, and Leoma G. Gilley (p.577) --
Reference (p.597) --
Authors Index (p.669) -- Language Index (p.683) -- Subject Index (p.687)

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