Grammaticalization and Language Change

New reflections

Editors
| University of Leuven
| University of Leuven
| University of Leuven
| University of Antwerp
Collaborator
| University of Leuven
| University of Leuven
| Ghent University
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This collective volume focuses on the latest developments in the study of grammaticalization and related processes of change such as degrammaticalization, constructionalization, lexicalization, and petrification. It addresses topical issues relating to the motivations, sources, defining features, and outcomes of these changes. New theoretical reflections are offered on the pragmatic motivation of grammaticalization paths, process-oriented differences between grammaticalization, lexicalization and degrammaticalization, the question of gradualness and pace of grammaticalization, and deictics as a distinct source of grammaticalization. The articles describe various constructional and distributional changes affecting deictics, determiners, reflexives, clitics, nouns, affixes, adverbs and (auxiliary) verbs, mainly in the Germanic and Romance languages. The volume will be of great interest to historical linguists working on grammaticalization and related changes, and to all linguists working on the interface between morphosyntax, semantics, pragmatics and discourse.
[Studies in Language Companion Series, 130]  2012.  viii, 342 pp.
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Table of Contents
Acknowledgements
vii–viii
Introduction: New reflections on the sources, outcomes, defining features and motivations of grammaticalization
Tine Breban, Jeroen Vanderbiesen, Kristin Davidse, Lieselotte Brems and Tanja Mortelmans
1–36
Bühler’s two-field theory of pointing and naming and the deictic origins of grammatical morphemes
Holger Diessel
37–50
On the origins of grammaticalization and other types of language change in discourse strategies
Richard Waltereit
51–72
Lehmann’s parameters revisited
Muriel Norde
73–110
“Paradigmatic integration”: The fourth stage in an expanded grammaticalization scenario
Gabriele Diewald and Elena Smirnova
111–134
“The ghosts of old morphology”: Lexicalization or (de)grammaticalization?
Laurel J. Brinton
135–166
Grammaticalization, constructions and the grammaticalization of constructions
Graeme Trousdale
167–198
Gradualness of grammaticalization in Romance. The position of French, Spanish and Italian
Walter De Mulder and Béatrice Lamiroy
199–226
Development of periphrastic tense and aspect constructions in Irish and Welsh
Patricia Ronan
227–248
Emergence and grammaticalization of constructions within the se me network of Spanish
Chantal Melis and Marcela Flores
249–270
A discourse-based analysis of object clitic doubling in Spanish
Victoria Vázquez Rozas and Marcos García Salido
271–298
The many careers of negative polarity items
Regine Eckardt
299–326
Author Index
327–330
Subject Index
331–342
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CFF – Historical & comparative linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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