Space in language and linguistics : geographical, interactional, and cognitive perspectives / edited by Peter Auer, Martin Hilpert, Anja Stukenbrock... [et al.]. - Berlin ; Boston (Mass.) : De Gruyter, cop. 2013. - 1 vol. (VII-697 p.) : ill. en noir et en coul. ; 24 cm. - Linguae & litterae ; 24 .

"The contributions in this volume were originally presented at a conference series held at the Freiburg Institute for Advanced Studies in the fall of 2009."

Bibliogr. en fin de contributions. Notes bibliogr. Index.

Integrating the perspectives on language and space / Peter Auer, Martin Hilpert, Anja Stukenbrock, and Benedikt Szmrecsanyi (p.1) -- Section 1 : Geography and variation across languages -- Disentangling geography from genealogy / Michael Cysouw (p.21) -- The vertical archipelago: Adding the third dimension to lingistic geography / Johanna Nichols (p.38) -- Language contact between geographic and mental space / Walter Bisang (p.61) -- Commentary: The motion of space in linguistic typology / Ekkehard König (p.101) -- Section 2: Geography and variation within languages -- Ideology and discourse in the enregisterment of regional variation / Barbara Johnstone (p.107) -- Identity, ethnicity and place : The construction of youth language in London / Paul Kerswill (p.128) -- How powerful is geography as an explanatory factor in morphosyntactic variation? Areal Features in the Anglophone World / Bernd Kortmann (p.165) -- Area formation in morphosyntax / Elvira Glaser (p.195) -- How much does geography influence language variation? / John Nerbonne (p.222) -- Commentary: Lost in space? The many geographies and methodologies in research on variation within languages / Benedikt Szmrecsanyi (p.240) -- Section 3 : Interactional spaces -- Interactional space and the study of embodied talk-in-interaction / Lorenza Mondada (p.247) -- On the interactive achievement of space - and its possible meanings / Heiko Hausendorf (p.276) -- Plaza: Space or place? / Jürgen Streeck (p.304) -- Xi to vi: "Over that way, look !": (Meta)spatial represention in an emerging (Mayan?) sign language / John B. Haviland (p.334) -- Commentary: What difference does space make for interaction and interaction for space? / Anja Stukenbrock (p.401) -- Section 4: Mobile Spaces -- Action and space: Navigation as a social and spatial task / Pentti Haddington (p.411) -- Rearranging (in) space: On mobility and its relevance for the study of face-to-face interaction / Elwys De Stefani (p.434) -- Commentary: Being mobile, talking on the move: Conceptual, analytical and methodological challenges of mobility / Lorenza Mondada (p.464) -- Section 5: Mediated spaces -- Language, media, and digital landscapes / Marco Jacquemet (p.473) -- Space in computer-mediated communication: Corpus-based investigations on the use of local deitics in chats / Michael Beisswenger (p.494) -- Vernacular and multilingual writing in mediated spaces: Web-forums for post-colonial communities of practice / Christian Mair and Stefan Pfander (p.529) -- Pointing in the abdomen / Suzanne Ubmann (p.557) -- Commentary: Making Space / Monica Heller (p.601) -- Section 6: Typology and spatial reasoning -- Exploiting space in German Sign Language: Linguistic and topographic reference in signed discourse / Gisela Febrmann (p.607) -- Space in semantic typology: Object-centered geometries / Jürgen Bohnemeyer and Randi Tucker (p.637) -- Gesture, space, grammar, and cognition / Alan Cienki (p.667) -- Commentary: Is there a deictic of frame of reference? / Holger Diessel (p.687) -- Index (p.693)

Autre éditeur : Benedikt Szmrecsanyi

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Espace et temps dans le langage.
Typologie (linguistique).
Space and time in language.
Typology (Linguistics).