Handbook of Word-Formation

Handbook of Word-Formation

Studies in Natural Language and Linguistic Theory, Band 64

von: Pavol tekauer, Rochelle Lieber

103,52 €

Verlag: Springer
Format: PDF
Veröffentl.: 30.03.2006
ISBN/EAN: 9781402035968
Sprache: englisch
Anzahl Seiten: 470

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This is the most comprehensive book to date on word formation in terms of scope of topics, schools and theoretical positions. All contributions were written by the leading scholars in their respective areas.
xiv 4. Final remarks 349 PETER HOHENHAUS: LEXICALIZATI ION AND INSTITUTIONALIZATION TITUTIONALIZATION 353 1. Introduction 353 2. Lexicalization 353 2. 1 LEXICALIZATION IN A DIACHRONIC SENSE 353 2. 2 LEXICALIZATION IN A SYNCHRONIC SENSE: LISTING/LISTEDNESS 356 2. 3 THE LEXICON AND THEORIESOF WORD-FORMATION 357 3. Institutionalization359 3. 1 TERMINOLOGY 359 3. 2 IDEAL AND REAL SPEAKERS AND THE SPEECH COMMUNITY 360 3. 3 DE-INSTITUTIONALIZATION: THE END OF A WORD’S LIFE 362 4. Problems 363 4. 1 NONCE-FORMATIONS AND NEOLOGISMS 363 4. 2 (NON-)LEXICALIZABILITY 365 4. 3 WHAT IS IN THE (MENTAL) LEXICON AND HOW DOES IT GET THERE? 367 4. 4 UNPREDICTABLE & PLAYFUL FORMATIONS, ANALOGY, FADS, AND NEW DEVELOPMENTS 369 4. 5 LEXICALIZATION BEYOND WORDS 370 ROCHELLE LIEBER: ENGLISH WORD-FORMATION PROCESSES 375 1. Introduction 375 2. Compounding 375 2. 1 DETERMINING WHAT COUNTS AS A COMPOUND 376 2. 2 ROOT COMPOUNDING 378 2. 3 SYNTHETIC COMPOUNDING 379 2. 4 STRUCTURE AND INTERPRETATION 379 3. Derivation 383 3. 1 PREFIXATION 390 3. 1. 1 Negative prefixes (un-, in-, non-, de-, dis-) 391 3. 1. 2 Locational prefixes 393 3. 1. 3 Temporal and aspectual prefixes 400 3. 1. 4 Quantitative prefixes 402 CONTENTS xv 3. 1. 5 Verbal prefixes 402 3. 2 SUFFIXATION 403 3. 2. 1 Personal nouns 403 3. 2. 2 Abstract nouns 406 3. 2. 3 Verb-forming suffixes 410 3. 2. 4 Adjective-forming suffixes 413 3. 2. 5 Collectives 417 3. 3 CONCLUSION 418 4. Conversion 418 5.
Contributors Andrew Carstairs-McCarty: Basic Terminology Ellen M. Caisse: Word-Formation and Phonology Gregory Stump: Word-Formation and Inflectional Morphology Andrew Spencer: Word-Formation and Syntax Dieter Kastovsky: Hans Marchand and the Marchandeans Tom Roeper: Chomsky’s Remarks and the Transformationalist Hypothesis Sergio Scalise and Emiliano Guevara: The Lexicalist Approach to Word-Formation and the Notion of the Lexicon Robert Beard and Mark Volpe: Lexeme-Morpheme Base Morphology Pavol Štekauer: Onomasiological Approach to Word-Formation David Tuggy: Cognitive Approach to Word-Formation Wolfgang U. Dressler: Word-Formation in Natural Morphology Peter Ackema and Ad Neeleman: Word-Formation in Optimality Theory Laurie Bauer: Productivity: Theories Franz Rainer: Constraints on Productivity Peter Hohenhaus: Lexicalization and Institutionalization Rochelle Lieber: English Word-Formation Processes Bogdan Szymanek: The Latest Trends in English Word-Formation Subject Index Name Index Language Index
This volume, intended both for advanced students and scholars of linguistics, traces the many strands of study in the field of word formation that have developed since the seminal work of Marchand and Lees in the 1960s.
In mapping the state of the art in the field of word formation, it avoids a biased approach by presenting different, but mutually complementary frameworks within which research into word formation has taken place.
It covers the historical development of theories of word formation within generative grammar, and affords a solid introduction to the treatment of word formation in cognitive grammar, natural morphology, optimality theory, Lexeme Morpheme Base Morphology, onomasiological theory, and other recent frameworks.
Each topic is presented by an expert who has contributed significantly to the field. In addition to surveying theoretical developments from both European and North American perspectives, it looks specifically at individual English word formation processes (derivation, compounding, conversion) and reviews some of the ways in which they have been analyzed since Marchand’s comprehensive treatment nearly five decades ago.
The most comprehensive book to date on word formation in terms of scope of topics, schools and theoretical positions
All contributions were written by the leading scholars in their respective areas

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