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    Copies Versus Cognates in Bound Morphology:

    ISBN-10: 9004224076
    ISBN-13: 9789004224070
    Author(s): Lars Johanson, Martine Robbeets
    Description: This work puts genealogical and areal explanation for shared morphology in a balanced perspective. Lars Johanson and Martine Robbeets provide nothing less than the foundations for a new perspective on diachronic linguistics between geneaological and  More...
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    Publisher: Brill Academic Pub
    Binding: Cloth Text 
    Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
    Weight: 1.892
    Language: English

    This work puts genealogical and areal explanation for shared morphology in a balanced perspective. Lars Johanson and Martine Robbeets provide nothing less than the foundations for a new perspective on diachronic linguistics between geneaological and areal linguistics.

    Preface
    About the Contributors
    Theoretical and Typological Issues
    Bound morphology in common: copy or cognate?
    Non-borrowed non-cognate parallels in bound morphology: Aspects of the phenomenon of shared drift with Eurasian examples
    Selection for m : T pronominals in Eurasia
    Plural across inflection and derivation, fusion and agglutination
    Bound morphology in English (and beyond): copy or cognate?
    Copiability of (bound) morphology
    A variationist solution to apparent copying across related languages
    Case Studies: America
    'Invisible' loans: How to borrow a bound form
    Constraints on morphological borrowing: Evidence from Latin America
    Morphological borrowing in Sierra Popoluca
    Cognates versus copies in North America: New light on the old discussion on diffusion versus inheritance
    Eurasia
    On the degree of copiability of derivational and inflectional morphology: Evidence from Basque
    Between copy and cognate: the origin of absolutes in Old and Middle English
    Copying and cognates in the Balkan Sprachbund
    Transfer of morphemes and grammatical structure in Ancient
    The historical background of the transfer of a Kurdish bound morpheme to Neo-Aramaic
    On the sustainability of inflectional morphology
    Foreign and indigenous properties in the vocabulary of Eynu, a secret language spoken in the south of Taklamakan
    Deriving insights about Tungusic classification from derivational morphology
    The likelihood of morphological borrowing: The case of Korean and Japanese
    Shared verb morphology in the Transeurasian languages: copy or cognate?
    Language Index
    Subject Index

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