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2006年8月16日 (水)

Lexicalization and Language Change

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Brinton, Laurel J., and Traugott, Elizabeth Closs (2005) Lexicalization and Language Change, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. ISBN:0521540631

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1 Theoretical contexts for the study of lexicalization and grammaticalization
1.0 Purpose of the present study
1.1 Debates concerning grammar and language change
1.2 Concepts of the lixicon
1.3 Lexicalization
1.4 Grammaticalization
1.5 Conclusion

2 Lexicalization: definitions and viewpoints
2.0 Introduction
2.1 Ordinary processes of word formation
2.2 Institutionalization
2.3 Lexicalization as fusion
2.4 Lexicalization as increase in autonomy
2.5 Conclusion

3 Views on the relation of lexicalization to grammaticalization
3.0 Introduction
3.1 Some examples of fusion and coalescence treated as either lexicalization or grammaticalization
3.2 Similarities between lexicalization and grammaticalization
3.3 Differences between lexicalization and grammaticalization
3.4 Status of derivation
3.5 Conclusion

4 Toward and integrated approach to lexicalization and grammaticalization
4.0 Introduction
4.1 Basic assumptions
4.2 Definitions revisited
4.3 "Reversals" of lexicalization and grammaticalization
4.4 Degrees of parallelism between lexicalization and grammaticalization
4.5 Conclusion

5 Case studies
5.0 Introduction
5.1 Present participles
5.2 Multi-word verbs
5.3 Composite predicates
5.4 Adverbs formed with -ly
5.5 Discourse markers

6 Conclusion and research questions
6.0 Introduction
6.1 Summary
6.2 Research questions

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