BIENVENUE SUR LE CATALOGUE DU CENTRE DE DOCUMENTATION A.-G. HAUDRICOURT

Language, usage and cognition [Texte imprimé] /

de Bybee, Joan L.. (aut.)
Collation: 1 vol. (IX-252 p.) : fig., couv. ill. en coul. ; 23 cm.Édition: Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, cop. 2010.ISBN: 9780521851404 (rel); 0521851408 (rel); 9780521616836 (br); 0521616832 (br).Contenu: A usage-based perspective on language (p.1) -- Rich memory for language : exemplar representation (p.14) -- Chunking and degrees of autonomy (p.33) -- Analogy and similarity (p.57) -- Categorization and the distribution of constructions in corpora (p.76) -- Where do constructions come from? : synchrony and diachrony in a usage-based theory (p.105) -- Reanalysis or the gradual creation of new constructions? : the English auxiliary (p.120) -- Gradient constituency and gradual reanalysis (p.136) -- Conventionalization and the local vs. the general : modern English "can" (p.151) -- Exemplars and grammatical meaning : the specific and the general (p.165) -- Language as a complex adaptive system : the interaction of cognition, culture and use (p.194)Table des matières / Sommaire: A usage-based perspective on languageRich memory for language : exemplar representationChunking and degrees of autonomyAnalogy and similarityCategorization and the distribution of constructions in corporaWhere do constructions come from? : synchrony and diachrony in a usage-based theoryReanalysis or the gradual creation of new constructions? : the English auxiliaryGradient constituency and gradual reanalysisConventionalization and the local vs. the general : modern English canExemplars and grammatical meaning : the specific and the generalLanguage as a complex adaptive system : the interaction of cognition, culture and useSujet RAMEAU: Language and languages Usage | Cognitive grammar | Linguistique cognitive | Linguistique cognitive | Changement linguistique | Linguistic changeThématique: Grammaire | Linguistique, languesThématique spécifique: Usage | Cognition | Changement linguistiqueType de document: OuvrageLangue du document: anglaisPays d'édition: Royaume-Uni de Grande-Bretagne et d'Irlande du NordNote: Autre tirage : 2012.
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Autre tirage : 2012.

Bibliogr. (p. 226-245). Notes bibliogr. p. 222-225. Index.

A usage-based perspective on language (p.1) -- Rich memory for language : exemplar representation (p.14) -- Chunking and degrees of autonomy (p.33) -- Analogy and similarity (p.57) -- Categorization and the distribution of constructions in corpora (p.76) -- Where do constructions come from? : synchrony and diachrony in a usage-based theory (p.105) -- Reanalysis or the gradual creation of new constructions? : the English auxiliary (p.120) -- Gradient constituency and gradual reanalysis (p.136) -- Conventionalization and the local vs. the general : modern English "can" (p.151) -- Exemplars and grammatical meaning : the specific and the general (p.165) -- Language as a complex adaptive system : the interaction of cognition, culture and use (p.194)

A usage-based perspective on language Rich memory for language : exemplar representation Chunking and degrees of autonomy Analogy and similarity Categorization and the distribution of constructions in corpora Where do constructions come from? : synchrony and diachrony in a usage-based theory Reanalysis or the gradual creation of new constructions? : the English auxiliary Gradient constituency and gradual reanalysis Conventionalization and the local vs. the general : modern English can Exemplars and grammatical meaning : the specific and the general Language as a complex adaptive system : the interaction of cognition, culture and use

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