Language and its Ecology: Essays in Memory of Einar Haugen (Trends in Linguistics. Studies and Monographs [TiLSM] 100)

Language and its Ecology: Essays in Memory of Einar Haugen (Trends in Linguistics. Studies and Monographs [TiLSM] 100)

By: Stig Eliasson (editor), Ernst Hakon Jahr (editor)Hardback

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Einar Huagen won wide and lasting international renown especially for his contribution to sociolinguistics and Scandanavian linguistics. This volume is an anthology of studies by internationally leading linguists commemorating Huagen's contribution to linguistics. The contents of the volume are broad in scope, ranging from the sociology of language, sociolinguistics, language in human relations, language contact and bilingualism over language typology, linguistic theory and standard language, to historical comparative linguistics, philology and language prehistory.

Contents

Retracing the first seven years of bilingual and metalinguistic development through the comments of bilingual child, Michael Clyne; Tough movement and its analogs in Germanic languages, Bernard Comrie; Mother tongue - for better or worse? Florian Coulmas; A convergence-resistant feature in an convergence-prone setting - the east Sutherland gaelic vocative case, Nancy C. Dorian; Contributions from the acquisition of Polish phonology and morphology to theoretical linguistics, Wolfgang U. Dresler, Katarzyna Dziubalska-Kolaczyk; The struggle to maintain Croatian dialects in the U.S., Rudolf Filipovic; Predictors and criteria in multisite census survey research - from Einar Haugen to today, Joshua A. Fishman; Progressive periphrases, markedness and second language data, Anna Giacalone Ramat; Managing intergroup communication - lifespan issues and consequences, Howard Giles, Jake Harwood; Frontier Norwegian in south Dakota - the situated poetics of Halvor O. Aune, Dell Hymes; Verbal prefixation in the Ugric languages from a typological-areal perspective, Ferenc Kiefer; Cross-linguistic comparison of prosodic patterns in Finnish, Finland Swedish, Stockholm Swedish, Ilse Lehiste; Exploring the social constraints on language change, Lesley Milroy; Alternatives to the sonority hierarchy for explaining segmental sequential constraints, John J. Ohala, Haruko Kawasaki-Fukumori; Pragmatic and semiotic agreement, behaviourment-switching and communicative awareness - on concepts of the analysis of bilingual behaviour, Els Oksaar; Notes on the dwarfs in Germanic tradition, Edgar C. Polome; Family values - the evidence from folk linguistics, Dennis R. Preston, Nancy Niedzielski; The British heresy in ESL revisited, Suzanne Romaine; Politics and language change - the sociolinguistic reflexes of the division of a Palestinian village, Bernard Spolsky, Muhammad Amara; On mechanisms of interference, Sarah G. Thomason; Atlantiker in nord-westeuropa - Pitken und Vanen, Theo Vennemann; A lone loanword and its implications, Werner Winter.

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  • ISBN13: 9783110146882
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 492
  • ID: 9783110146882
  • weight: 869
  • ISBN10: 3110146886

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