New Directions in Grammaticalization Research

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| University of Stirling
| University of Edinburgh
| Newcastle University
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The articles in this volume examine a number of critical issues in grammaticalization studies, including the relationship between grammaticalization and pragmaticalization, subjectification and intersubjectification, and grammaticalization and language contact. The contributions consider data from a broad range of spoken and signed languages, including Greek, Japanese, Nigerian Pidgin, Swedish, and Turkish Sign Language. The authors work in a variety of theoretical frameworks, and draw on a number of research traditions. The volume will be of primary interest to historical linguists, though the diversity of approaches and sources of data mean that the volume is also likely have considerable general appeal.
[Studies in Language Companion Series, 166]  2015.  xv, 302 pp.
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Table of Contents
Preface: Meillet and grammaticalisation
John E. Joseph
vii–x
Introduction
Andrew D.M. Smith, Graeme Trousdale and Richard Waltereit
1–8
The grammaticalization of headshakes: From head movement to negative head
Roland Pfau
9–50
The Swedish connective så att ‘so that’: From subordinator to discourse marker
Gudrun Rawoens
51–66
The lexicalization-grammaticalization-pragmaticalization interface: The case of Mainland Scandinavian jeg tror
Karin Beijering
67–92
Epistemic/evidential markers of the type verb + complementizer: Some parallels from English and Romance
María José López-Couso and Belén Méndez-Naya
93–120
The Neg-Raising Phenomenon as a product of grammaticalization
Tetsuharu Moriya and Kaoru Horie
121–134
Periphery of utterances and (inter)subjectification in Modern Japanese: A case study of competing causal conjunctions and connective particles
Yuko Higashiizumi
135–156
Left vs. right periphery in grammaticalization: The case of anyway
Alexander Haselow
157–186
The diachrony of subjective amenazar ‘threaten’: On Latin-induced grammaticalization in Spanish
Bert Cornillie and Álvaro S. Octavio de Toledo y Huerta
187–208
Contact-induced grammaticalization in older texts: The Medieval Greek analytic comparatives
Theodore Markopoulos
209–230
Complexity in gradience: The serial verb take in Nigerian Pidgin
Maria Mazzoli
231–260
Grammaticalisation as paradigmatisation
Jens Nørgård-Sørensen and Lars Heltoft
261–292
Subject Index
293–294
Language Index
295–298
Author Index
299–302
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CFF – Historical & comparative linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2014044153