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The Resource Defaults in morphological theory, edited by Nikolas Gisborne and Andrew Hippisley

Defaults in morphological theory, edited by Nikolas Gisborne and Andrew Hippisley

Label
Defaults in morphological theory
Title
Defaults in morphological theory
Statement of responsibility
edited by Nikolas Gisborne and Andrew Hippisley
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
This volume sets out four different default-based frameworks for describing morphology. Major proponents of these frameworks address a range of questions about the role of defaults in the lexicon, such as the place of morphology in the grammar and the challenge of meaning-form dissociations that plagues morphology
Member of
Dewey number
415/.9
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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1966-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Gisborne, Nikolas
  • Hippisley, Andrew,
Series statement
Oxford linguistics
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Grammar, Comparative and general
Label
Defaults in morphological theory, edited by Nikolas Gisborne and Andrew Hippisley
Instantiates
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • ""Cover""; ""Defaults in Morphological Theory""; ""Copyright""; ""Contents""; ""Preface""; ""Acknowledgements""; ""List of abbreviations""; ""List of contributors""; ""1: Defaults in linguistics""; ""1.1 Elsewhere in phonology""; ""1.2 Elsewhere in morphology""; ""1.3 Default inheritance and the lexicon""; ""1.4 Defaults elsewhere: syntax and semantics""; ""1.4.1 Defaults beyond generative syntax""; ""1.5 Summary""; ""1.6 Outline of book""; ""2: Inheritance and motivation""; ""2.1 Introduction""; ""2.2 Inheritance in an impoverished-entry theory""; ""2.3 Arguments for a full-entry theory""
  • ""2.4 Default inheritance""""2.5 Inheritance as motivation""; ""2.6 Types of motivation""; ""2.7 Affixoids and polysemy""; ""2.8 Allomorphy""; ""2.9 Conclusions""; ""Acknowledgements""; ""3: Old French declension: A Word and Paradigm approach and the role of syncretisms and defaults in its rise and fall""; ""3.1 Purpose of the present study""; ""3.2 Introduction""; ""3.3 Old French declension: its forms""; ""3.3.1 M1""; ""3.3.2 M2""; ""3.3.3 MAS (masculine â#x80;#x98;imparisyllabicâ#x80;#x99;)""; ""3.3.4 F1""; ""3.3.5 F2""; ""3.3.6 FAS (feminine â#x80;#x98;imparisyllabicâ#x80;#x99;)""; ""3.4 OF declension: its properties""
  • ""3.5 The OF declension: its origins""""3.6 Difficulties for constructive approaches""; ""3.7 Syncretism, deponency, reversals, and default""; ""3.8 Conclusion: A Neogrammarian story and the morphomic change issue""; ""3.9 Appendix: a tentative PFM (Stump ) account of OF declension""; ""4: Inflectional classes and containment""; ""4.1 Introduction""; ""4.2 Default inheritance and containment""; ""4.3 The Network Morphology treatment of inflectional morphology""; ""4.4 Archi and Noon""; ""4.5 Different types of mismatch""; ""4.6 Discussion and conclusion""; ""Acknowledgements""
  • ""5: Default inheritance and the canonical: Derivation as sign builder and sign connector """"5.1 Introduction""; ""5.2 Network Morphology fundamentals""; ""5.3 Derivation and default inheritance""; ""5.3.1 Inflection and derivation, the role of defaults and overrides""; ""5.4 Types of derivational relatedness""; ""5.4.1 Conversion and transposition""; ""5.5 Non-canonical derivation and inheritance""; ""5.6 Headed derivatives and inheritance""; ""5.6.1 Maximal base inheritance: head marking""; ""5.7 Default inheritance and the canonical sign""; ""5.8 Is derivation canonical?""
  • ""5.9 Conclusion""""6: French pronouns in cognition""; ""6.1 French pronouns in cognition""; ""6.2 The cognitive apparatus""; ""6.2.1 Networks""; ""6.2.2 Node creation""; ""6.2.3 Recycling""; ""6.2.4 Classification""; ""6.2.5 Relations""; ""6.2.6 Binding and quantity""; ""6.2.7 Defaults""; ""6.2.8 Landmarks""; ""6.3 The notation""; ""6.4 The architecture of language""; ""6.5 Default morphology""; ""6.6 Clitics""; ""6.7 French pronouns as clitics""; ""6.8 Enclitics as simple clitics""; ""6.9 Proclitics as special clitics""; ""6.10 Clitic climbing""; ""6.11 Conclusions""
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1 online resource
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Isbn
9780191780882
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unknown
Note
Oxford University Press
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not applicable
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Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1006380995
Label
Defaults in morphological theory, edited by Nikolas Gisborne and Andrew Hippisley
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • ""Cover""; ""Defaults in Morphological Theory""; ""Copyright""; ""Contents""; ""Preface""; ""Acknowledgements""; ""List of abbreviations""; ""List of contributors""; ""1: Defaults in linguistics""; ""1.1 Elsewhere in phonology""; ""1.2 Elsewhere in morphology""; ""1.3 Default inheritance and the lexicon""; ""1.4 Defaults elsewhere: syntax and semantics""; ""1.4.1 Defaults beyond generative syntax""; ""1.5 Summary""; ""1.6 Outline of book""; ""2: Inheritance and motivation""; ""2.1 Introduction""; ""2.2 Inheritance in an impoverished-entry theory""; ""2.3 Arguments for a full-entry theory""
  • ""2.4 Default inheritance""""2.5 Inheritance as motivation""; ""2.6 Types of motivation""; ""2.7 Affixoids and polysemy""; ""2.8 Allomorphy""; ""2.9 Conclusions""; ""Acknowledgements""; ""3: Old French declension: A Word and Paradigm approach and the role of syncretisms and defaults in its rise and fall""; ""3.1 Purpose of the present study""; ""3.2 Introduction""; ""3.3 Old French declension: its forms""; ""3.3.1 M1""; ""3.3.2 M2""; ""3.3.3 MAS (masculine â#x80;#x98;imparisyllabicâ#x80;#x99;)""; ""3.3.4 F1""; ""3.3.5 F2""; ""3.3.6 FAS (feminine â#x80;#x98;imparisyllabicâ#x80;#x99;)""; ""3.4 OF declension: its properties""
  • ""3.5 The OF declension: its origins""""3.6 Difficulties for constructive approaches""; ""3.7 Syncretism, deponency, reversals, and default""; ""3.8 Conclusion: A Neogrammarian story and the morphomic change issue""; ""3.9 Appendix: a tentative PFM (Stump ) account of OF declension""; ""4: Inflectional classes and containment""; ""4.1 Introduction""; ""4.2 Default inheritance and containment""; ""4.3 The Network Morphology treatment of inflectional morphology""; ""4.4 Archi and Noon""; ""4.5 Different types of mismatch""; ""4.6 Discussion and conclusion""; ""Acknowledgements""
  • ""5: Default inheritance and the canonical: Derivation as sign builder and sign connector """"5.1 Introduction""; ""5.2 Network Morphology fundamentals""; ""5.3 Derivation and default inheritance""; ""5.3.1 Inflection and derivation, the role of defaults and overrides""; ""5.4 Types of derivational relatedness""; ""5.4.1 Conversion and transposition""; ""5.5 Non-canonical derivation and inheritance""; ""5.6 Headed derivatives and inheritance""; ""5.6.1 Maximal base inheritance: head marking""; ""5.7 Default inheritance and the canonical sign""; ""5.8 Is derivation canonical?""
  • ""5.9 Conclusion""""6: French pronouns in cognition""; ""6.1 French pronouns in cognition""; ""6.2 The cognitive apparatus""; ""6.2.1 Networks""; ""6.2.2 Node creation""; ""6.2.3 Recycling""; ""6.2.4 Classification""; ""6.2.5 Relations""; ""6.2.6 Binding and quantity""; ""6.2.7 Defaults""; ""6.2.8 Landmarks""; ""6.3 The notation""; ""6.4 The architecture of language""; ""6.5 Default morphology""; ""6.6 Clitics""; ""6.7 French pronouns as clitics""; ""6.8 Enclitics as simple clitics""; ""6.9 Proclitics as special clitics""; ""6.10 Clitic climbing""; ""6.11 Conclusions""
Control code
on1006380995
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780191780882
Level of compression
unknown
Note
Oxford University Press
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
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Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1006380995

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