LINGUIST List 4.100

Mon 15 Feb 1993

Books: Phonology, Morphology

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Lieb, Hans-Heinrich (ed.) PROSPECTS FOR A NEW STRUCTURALISM
 1992 vi, 276 pp. Cloth. ISBN: 1 55619 158 8 $58.00
 John Benjamins
>internet:70461.1236compuserve.com Phonology
Argues for underlying unity among the contemporary Prague school; the Noematic
approach, the UNITYP model; Integrational Linguistics; Natural Morphology;
much recent work in phonology; and Popperian Interactionism as applied, in
particular, to historical linguistics.


Miller, Gary D. COMPLEX VERB FORMATION
 1993 xix, 381 pp. Cloth. ISBN: 1 55619 156 1 $79.00
 John Benjamins
>internet:70461.1236compuserve.com Morphology
Identifies and clarifies the way (s) in which a base verb becomes 'complex'.


Schouten, M.E.H., ed. THE AUDITORY PROCESSING OF SPEECH: FROM SOUNDS TO WORDS
 1992. ix, 380 pp. Clothbound. ISBN 3-11-013589-2
 DM 188.00; approx US $ 129.50 Mouton de Gruyter
 >internet:100064.2307compuserve.com Phonetics and Phonology
This collection of 34 invited papers by leading researchers in the various
fields reflects the present state of our knowledge about hearing, speech
perception and word recognition.
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