Perspectives on grammaticalization

edited by William Pagliuca

This is the second of two volumes deriving from papers presented at the Nineteenth Annual UWM linguistics Symposium held in Milwaukee in 1990. It focuses on the evolution of grammatical form and meaning from lexical material, which has reinvigorated historical analysis and theory and led to advances in the understanding of the relation between diachrony and universals. The richness and potential of some of the leading approaches to grammaticalization are here illustrated in thirteen selected papers.

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This is the second of two volumes deriving from papers presented at the Nineteenth Annual UWM linguistics Symposium held in Milwaukee in 1990. It focuses on the evolution of grammatical form and meaning from lexical material, which has reinvigorated historical analysis and theory and led to advances in the understanding of the relation between diachrony and universals. The richness and potential of some of the leading approaches to grammaticalization are here illustrated in thirteen selected papers.

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[目次]

  • 1. Preface (by Pagliuca, William)
  • 1. TE and BA in Old through Middle Japanese (by Ohori, Toshio)
  • 2. Finiteness and focus in Sinhala (by Paolillo, John C.)
  • 2. Asymmetries in tense and aspect systems (by Bybee, Joan L.)
  • 3. The grammaticalization of the perfect in Old English (by Carey, Kathleen)
  • 3. Grammaticalization as semantic change: a case study of preposition development (by Rubba, Johanna)
  • 4. Discourse origins of the present perfect (by Slobin, Dan I.)
  • 4. Word order change as category change: the Mande case (by Claudi, Ulrike)
  • 5. Discourse morphology: a missing link to cyclical grammatical change (by Cyr, Danielle)
  • 6. The development of the definite article in French (by Epstein, Richard)
  • 7. Ritualization and the development of language (by Haiman, John)
  • 8. Grammaticalization as an explanatory parameter (by Heine, Bernd)
  • 9. Phonogenesis (by Hopper, Paul J.)
  • 10. The grammaticalization of French a (by Kilroe, Patricia)

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[目次]

  • 1. Preface (by Pagliuca, William)
  • 1. TE and BA in Old through Middle Japanese (by Ohori, Toshio)
  • 2. Finiteness and focus in Sinhala (by Paolillo, John C.)
  • 2. Asymmetries in tense and aspect systems (by Bybee, Joan L.)
  • 3. The grammaticalization of the perfect in Old English (by Carey, Kathleen)
  • 3. Grammaticalization as semantic change: a case study of preposition development (by Rubba, Johanna)
  • 4. Discourse origins of the present perfect (by Slobin, Dan I.)
  • 4. Word order change as category change: the Mande case (by Claudi, Ulrike)
  • 5. Discourse morphology: a missing link to cyclical grammatical change (by Cyr, Danielle)
  • 6. The development of the definite article in French (by Epstein, Richard)
  • 7. Ritualization and the development of language (by Haiman, John)
  • 8. Grammaticalization as an explanatory parameter (by Heine, Bernd)
  • 9. Phonogenesis (by Hopper, Paul J.)
  • 10. The grammaticalization of French a (by Kilroe, Patricia)

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この本の情報

書名 Perspectives on grammaticalization
著作者等 Linguistics Symposium of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Pagliuca, William
シリーズ名 Amsterdam studies in the theory and history of linguistic science
出版元 J. Benjamins;J. Benjamins North America
刊行年月 c1994
ページ数 xx, 306 p.
大きさ 23 cm
ISBN 155619563X
9027236127
NCID BA23260864
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言語 英語
出版国 オランダ
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