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LINGUIST List 19.3592

Sun Nov 23 2008

TOC: Lexis 2 (2008)

Editor for this issue: Fatemeh Abdollahi <fatemehlinguistlist.org>

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        1.    Denis Jamet, Lexis Vol 2 (2008)


Message 1: Lexis Vol 2 (2008)
Date: 23-Nov-2008
From: Denis Jamet <denis.jametlibertysurf.fr>
Subject: Lexis Vol 2 (2008)
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Publisher: Université Jean Moulin
http://facdeslangues.univ-lyon3.fr

Journal Title: Lexis
Volume Number: 2
Issue Number:
Issue Date: 2008


Subtitle: Lexical Submorphemics


Main Text:

Dear linguists,

I am glad to announce that the second issue of LEXIS E-Journal in English
Lexicology on "Lexical Submorphemics" has just been published. The
articles can be found at
http://screcherche.univ-lyon3.fr/lexis/spip.php?article96.

Table of contents:

a. Dennis Philps, Université Toulouse-Le Mirail (France) :
Préface / Foreword

b. Dennis Philps, Université Toulouse-Le Mirail (France) :
Introduction

c. Didier Bottineau, CNRS, MoDyCo - Université Paris 10 Nanterre (France)
: "The submorphemic conjecture in English : towards a distributed model of
the cognitive dynamics of submorphemes"

d. Line Argoud, doctorante agrégée - Grenoble - Université de Toulouse-Le
Mirail (France) :
«Les 'mots en bl-' du lexique anglais : étude de la structuration des
données dans une optique lexico-cognitive

e. Jean-Marc Chadelat, IUFM de Paris (France) :
«Le symbolisme phonétique: l'initiale des mots anglais : l'exemple du
marqueur sub-lexical

f. Ingrid Fandrych, National University of Lesotho (Lésotho) :
"Submorphemic elements in the formation of acronyms, blends and clippings"

g. Dennis Philps, Université Toulouse-Le Mirail (France) :
"Submorphemic iconicity in the lexicon : A diachronic approach to English
'gn- words'"

Best regards,

Denis Jamet
Editor


Linguistic Field(s): Morphology
                            Lexicography

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