Contexts of Subordination

Cognitive, typological and discourse perspectives

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| University of Helsinki
| University of Helsinki
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Contexts of Subordination: Cognitive, typological and discourse perspectives is a collection of articles that approaches linguistic subordination as a semantico-grammatical and pragmatic phenomenon. The volume brings together cognitive, interactional and typological perspectives, and is characterised by extensive use of multi-genre data. The collection aims at a more precise understanding of subordination by emphasizing its pragmatic and contextual nature. Subordination and its linguistic realizations are studied from the perspective of language in its actual contexts of use, as an interactional resource available to language users, in both written and spoken language. In addition, the authors produce typologically relevant information about subordination in the different varieties and genres of the studied languages (English, Estonian, Finnish, and French). These qualities make the book unique in the field of subordination studies.
[Pragmatics & Beyond New Series, 249]  2014.  viii, 288 pp.
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Table of Contents
Introduction
Ilona Herlin, Jyrki Kalliokoski and Laura Visapää
1–16
Subordination in a dynamic account of grammar
Ronald W. Langacker
17–72
Is there really a syntactic category of subordination?
Sonia Cristofaro
73–91
Rhetorical use of some Finnish conjunctions in constructions and the scope of subordination
Anni Jääskeläinen
93–124
Subordination in purpose clauses: Variation of verb moods in Finnish and French
Rea Peltola
125–146
On the contextual conceptualization of joka relative clauses in Finnish
Laura Visapää
147–172
More subordinate?: Verb-final order and subordination in Finnish dialects
Maria Vilkuna
173–202
Subordination and the prosodic marking of punctuation in L’étranger by Albert Camus
Mari Wiklund
203–221
Utterances ending in the conjunction että: Complete or to be continued?
Aino Koivisto
223–244
French and Finnish converbal constructions and their translation from French into Finnish
Eva Havu
245–268
Development of the Estonian conjunction kuna ‘while; because’ during the 20th century
Helen Plado
269–286
Index
287–288
Contexts of Subordination presents an innovative view of the features of and main approaches to its subject, and sets a good example to the study of subordination in both theory and practice. It will be a worthwhile read not only for students and lecturers who are interested in subordination,

but also for functionalists, corpus linguists and typologists.”
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CFG – Semantics, Pragmatics, Discourse Analysis
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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