LINGUIST List 29.3368

Fri Aug 31 2018

Books: Beyond Grammaticalization and Discourse Markers: Pons Bordería, Loureda Lamas (eds.)

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Date: 16-Aug-2018
From: Maarten Frieswijk <frieswijkbrill.com>
Subject: Beyond Grammaticalization and Discourse Markers: Pons Bordería, Loureda Lamas (eds.)
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Title: Beyond Grammaticalization and Discourse Markers
Subtitle: New Issues in the Study of Language Change
Series Title: Studies in Pragmatics
Published: 2018
Publisher: Brill
                http://www.brill.com

Book URL: https://brill.com/abstract/title/38781

Editor: Salvador Pons Bordería
Editor: Óscar Loureda Lamas
Electronic: ISBN: 9789004375420 Pages: 427 Price: Europe EURO 125
Hardback: ISBN: 9789004375406 Pages: 427 Price: Europe EURO 138
Abstract:

"Beyond Grammaticalization and Discourse Markers" offers a comprehensive account of the most promising new directions in the vast field of grammaticalization studies. From major theoretical issues to hardly addressed experimental questions, this volume explores new ways to expand, refine or even challenge current ideas on grammaticalization.

All contributions, written by leading experts in the fields of grammaticalization and discourse markers, explore issues such as: the impact of Construction Grammar into language change; cyclicity as a driving force of change; the importance of positions and discourse units as predictors of grammaticalization; a renewed way of thinking about philological considerations, or the role of Experimental Pragmatics for hypothesis checking.

Linguistic Field(s): Linguistic Theories
                            Pragmatics

Written In: English (eng)

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