Grammaticalization – Theory and Data

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| University of Rouen
| Free University Berlin
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Since the 1980s theories and studies of grammaticalization have provided a major source of inspiration for the description and explanation of language change, giving rise to many publications and conferences. This collection presents original, empirical studies that explore various facets of grammaticalization research of both formal and functional orientation. The papers of this selection deal with general issues and specific empirical domains, such as personal pronouns; indefinite pronouns; final particles; tense and aspect markers; comitative markers and coordinating conjunctions. The languages covered include English, German, dialects of Italian, Japanese, Polish, and Walman (Papuan). The book will be of great interest to linguists working on language change in a wide variety of languages.
[Studies in Language Companion Series, 162]  2014.  viii, 293 pp.
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Table of Contents
Acknowledgements
vii–viii
Introduction
Sylvie Hancil and Ekkehard König
1–10
Part 1. General issues
Acquisition Based and Usage Based Explanations of Grammaticalisation. An Integrative Approach
Peter Öhl
13–40
Grammaticalization and Explanation
Irene Appelbaum
41–52
The perfectivization of the English perfect: is it a case of grammaticalization, after all? The challenge of pluricentrality
Jim Walker
53–66
Explaining language structure: On categorial misbehavior in Walman (Papua New Guinea)
Bernd Heine
67–86
Toward a constructional framework for research on language change
Elizabeth Closs Traugott
87–106
Part 2. Case studies
Grammaticalization of Polish mental predicate prefixes
Iwona Kokorniak and Malgorzata Fabiszak
109–128
More Thoughts on the Grammaticalization of Personal Pronouns: Evidence from the history of Japanese
Reijirou Shibasaki
129–156
The grammaticalization of nomə in the Eastern Abruzzese dialect Ortese: Fromindefinite pronoun to inflectional marker?
Cinzia Russi
157–180
The different developments of progressive aspect markers be in the middle/midst of and be in the process of V-ing : mechanisms of change
Tine Van Rompae and Kristin Davidse
181–202
Sequentiality in dialogue as a trigger for grammaticalization
Alexander Haselow
203–234
The final particle but in British English: an instance of cooptation and grammaticalization at work
Sylvie Hancil
235–256
“Final hanging but” in American English: Where a formal coordinator meets a functional subordinator
Mitsuko Narita Izutsu and Katsunobu Izutsu
257–286
Author index
287–288
Subject index
289–294
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CFF – Historical & comparative linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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