Historical Linguistics

By: Charles Jones

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Table of Contents Notes on the Contributors Editor's Preface Acknowledgements 1. Parameters of syntactic change: a notional view: John Anderson 2. Change and metatheory at the beginning of the 1990s: the primacy of history: Raimo Anttila 3. Typology and reconstruction:Bernard Comrie 4. On the phonetic basis of phonological change: Patricia Donegan 5. Internally and externally motivated change in language and contact settings: doubts about dichotomy: Nancy D. Dorian 6. How real(ist) are reconstructions?: Roger Lass 7. Why UG needs a learning theory: triggering verb movement: David Lightfoot 8. On the social origins of language change: James Milroy 9. The phonetics of sound change: John Ohala 10. Nicaraguan English in history: Wayne O'Neil 11. Language change as language improvement: Theo Vennemann 12. Bi-directional diffusion in sound change: William S-Y Wang and Chinfa Lien Index. Printed Pages: 420

Title: Historical Linguistics

Author Name: Charles Jones

Categories: History, India,

Publisher: New Delhi, Routledge/ Manohar Publishers & Distributors:

ISBN: 1138226246

ISBN 13: 9781138226241

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition: New

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