LINGUIST List 25.4847

Tue Dec 02 2014

TOC: Language Sciences 47/B (2015)

Editor for this issue: Andrew Lamont <alamontlinguistlist.org>


Date: 02-Dec-2014
From: Christopher Tancock <c.tancockelsevier.com>
Subject: Language Sciences Vol. 47, No. B (2015)
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Publisher: Elsevier Ltd
http://www.elsevier.com/linguistics

Journal Title: Language Sciences
Volume Number: 47
Issue Number: B
Issue Date: 2015


Subtitle: What happens after grammaticalization? Secondary grammaticalization and other late stage processes


Main Text:

Language Sciences

Volume 47, Part B, Pages 129-228, January 2015

What happens after grammaticalization? Secondary grammaticalization and other late stage processes

Edited by Tine Breban and Svenja Kranich

Editorial board and publication information
Pages IFC

Introduction to What happens after grammaticalization? Secondary grammaticalization and other late stage processes
Tine Breban, Svenja Kranich
Pages 129-131

Problems with primary vs. secondary grammaticalization: the case of East and mainland Southeast Asian languages
Walter Bisang
Pages 132-147

(Inter)subjectification and its limits in secondary grammaticalization
Heiko Narrog
Pages 148-160

Refining secondary grammaticalization by looking at subprocesses of change
Tine Breban
Pages 161-171

The impact of input and output domains: towards a function-based categorization of types of grammaticalization
Svenja Kranich
Pages 172-187

Secondary grammaticalization in clause combining: from adverbial subordination to complementation in English
María José López-Couso, Belén Méndez-Naya
Pages 188-198

Secondary grammaticalization and the English adverbial-ly suffix
Kristin Killie
Pages 199-214

When secondary grammaticalization starts: a look from the constructional perspective
Elena Smirnova
Pages 215-228


Linguistic Field(s): Historical Linguistics
                            Morphology
                            Pragmatics
                            Semantics
                            Syntax
                            Typology

Subject Language(s): English (eng)
                            German (deu)
                            Khmer, Central (khm)

Language Family(ies): Romance

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