Theoretical Issues in Contrastive Linguistics

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Contrastive Linguistics, roughly defined as a subdiscipline of linguistics which is concerned with the comparison of two or more (subsystems of) languages, has long been associated primarily with language teaching. Apart from this applied aspect, however, it also has a strong theoretical purpose, contributing to our understanding of language typology and language universals. Issues in theoretical CL, which also feature in this volume, are the choice of model, the notions of equivalence and contrast, and directionality of descriptions. Languages used for illustration in this volume include English, German, Danish, and Polish.
[Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 12]  1981.  x, 430 pp.
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Table of Contents
Foreword
v
Editor’s introduction
1
Part I. Issues in contrastive linguistic theory
Toward contrastive sociolinguistics
Karol Janicki
11
Equivalence and congruence in transformational contrastive studies
Waldemar Marton
19
The measurement of contrast in contrastive linguistics
Roland Sussex
29
‘Theoretical contrastive studies’: some methodological remarks
Tadeusz Zabrocki
43
On cross-linguistic argumentation
Tadeusz Zabrocki
57
Part II. Linguistic mmodels and contrastive studies of language
Some remarks on case grammars as bases for contrastive studies
Hans Ulrich Boas
71
Contrastive analysis
Paul van Buren
83
A brief re-appraisel of contrastive linguistics
Larry Selinker
119
Contrastive analysis and modern theory of language
Maria Lipińska-Grzegorek
127
Contrastive generative grammar
Tomasz P. Krzeszowski
185
On some linguistic limitation of classical contrastive analysis
Tomasz P. Krzeszowski
193
Deeper and deeper contrastive analysis
Dennis R. Preston
201
Part III. Phonology in contrastive analysis
The contrastive analysis of phonological systems
Jacek Fisiak
215
How do phonological rules compare?
Edmund Gussmann
225
Autosegmental phonology in contrastive linguistics: some applications
Grzegorz Dogil
237
Contrastive phonostylistics
Jerzy Rubach
263
Part IV. Contrastive linguistics and the lexicon
The lexicon and contrastive language studies
Miroslaw Nowakowski
275
A note on semantic representation of lexical items and on lexical gaps
Maria Lipińska-Grzegorek
293
Lexical entries for verbs in a contrastive english-german lexicon
Hans Ulrich Boas
309
Part V. Syntax and semantics in contrastive linguistics
Some contrastive considerations about semantics in the communication process
Jerzy Bańczerowski
325
Existential sentences in english and polish
Maria Lipińska-Grzegorek
347
A contrastive description of deixis in danish and english
Claus Faerch
365
The role of sentence stress in the interpretation of coreferentiality in english and polish
Aleksander Szwedek
377
Towards an erasure principle for german and english infinitive complements
Rudolf Thiem
389
Some remarks on ellipsis in english and polish
Tim Shopen and Walerian Świeczkowski
403
Index of authors
419
Index of terms and subjects
425
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