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Areal and genetic factors in language classification and description
|Statement||Petr Zima (ed.).|
|Series||LINCOM studies in theoretical linguistics ;, 47|
|LC Classifications||PL8007 .A74 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||162 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||162|
|LC Control Number||00465594|
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Areal and genetic factors in language classification and description: Africa south of the Sahara. In linguistics, areal features are elements shared by languages or dialects in a geographic area, particularly when such features are not descended from a proto-language, or, common ancestor is, an areal feature is contrasted to genealogically determined similarity within the same language es may diffuse from one dominant language to neighbouring.
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Areal and genetic factors in language classification and description: Africa south of the Sahara (LINCOM studies in theoretical linguistics)Author: Petr Zima (ed.).
Language classification is one of the most topical and controversial areas of contemporary linguistics. This book contributes to the discussion and deals with how and why languages diversify and spread. It also demonstrates how the major language families of the world were established, and discusses the methodology of language by: Read "Areal and Genetic Factors in Language Classification and Description: Africa South of the Sahara (review), Language" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.
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Daza (also known as Dazaga) is a Nilo-Saharan language spoken by the Daza people inhabiting northern Daza are also known as the Gouran (Gorane) in Chad. Dazaga is spoken by aroundpeople, primarily in the Djurab Desert region and the Borkou region, locally called Haya or Faya-Largeau Areal and genetic factors in language classification and description book Chad, the capital of the Dazaga ity: Daza people/Gouran people.
Areal and Genetic Factors in Language Classification and Description: Africa out of the Sahara (Petr Zima, editor) Alexandra Y. Aikhenvald: Dynamics of Language Contact: English and Immigrant Languages (Michael Clyne) Anthony P.
Grant: Linguistics - Areal and genetic factors in language classification and description book - Language classification: There are two kinds of classification of languages practiced in linguistics: genetic (or genealogical) and typological. The purpose of genetic classification is to group languages into families according to their degree of diachronic relatedness.
For example, within the Indo-European family, such subfamilies as Germanic or. Areal and Genetic Factors in Language Classification and Description: Africa out of the Sahara. Edited by PETR ZIMA. Lincom Studies in African Linguistics Munich: Lincom Europa, Pp.
$ (paper). Reviewed by Alexandra Y. Aikhenvald, Research Centre for Linguistic Typology, La Trobe University. Message 1: Areal and Genetic Factors in Language Classification and Description: Zima (Ed) Date: Jul From: Ulrich Lueders Subject: Areal and Genetic Factors in Language Classification and Description: Zima (Ed) E-mail this message to a friend Title: Areal and Genetic Factors Areal and genetic factors in language classification and description book Language Classification and.
highly recommend this book to any intermediate or advanced student who hopes to Areal and genetic factors in language classification and description book the patterns used to generate phrases and sentences in contempo- rary Standard Mandarin Chinese.
[EDWARD J. VAJDA, Western Washington University.] Areal and genetic factors in language classification and description: Africa south of the : Edward J. Vajda. A language is a system of symbols, generally known as lexemes and the grammars by which they are word language is also used to refer to the whole phenomenon of language, i.e., the common properties of ge is commonly used for communication, though it has other uses.
Language is a natural phenomenon, and language learning is common in. Book Reviews. The Amazonian Languages by R. Dixon, Areal and Genetic Factors in Language Classification and Description: Africa out of the Sahara by Petr Zima. Areal and Genetic Factors in Language Classification and Description:.
on the African continent: "More often than not language in an African context appears to be like a piece of cloth which can be taken off and be replaced" (p.
Chapter 12 sums up the book's section on language contact and areal influences by returning to the crucial importance of classifying and naming for the understanding of languages. Language, a journal of the and book reviews on all aspects of linguistics, focusing on the area of theoretical linguistics.
As ofLanguage features online content in addition to the print edition, Areal and Genetic Factors in Language Classification and Description: Africa South of the Sahara (review) Benji Wald.
Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this book to your organisation's collection. A Classification and Description of Africa’s Largest Language Family. Lanham, MD: University Press of America. Areal Diffusion and Genetic Inheritance: Problems in Comparative Linguistics, pp.
Cited by: 1. Arguably, for the purpos e of language classification, be it genetic, areal or otherwise, samples give m ore reliable and interesting results to the ex tent that there are more languages in them.
Altaic (/ æ l ˈ t eɪ. ɪ k /) is a Sprachbund and proposed language family that would include the Turkic, Mongolian and Tungusic language families and possibly also the Japonic and Koreanic languages.: 73 Speakers of these languages are currently scattered over most of Asia north of 35 °N and in some eastern parts of Europe, extending in longitude from Turkey to phic distribution: East, North, Central.
A thorough description of the Boko-Busa language cluster from the Eastern branch of Southeastern Mande. Interplay of internal and external factors of language development in the West African Sahel. Edited by Robert Nicolaï and Petr Zima, – Vydrin, Valentin.
Areal and genetic features in West Mande and South Mande phonology:File Size: KB. Review of the hardback:' it is a data-driven volume written by experienced Africanists with expertise spanning the continent.
the volume as a whole has the potential to encourage linguists working with apparent genetic units in Africa to consider how areal features contribute to our conceptualisation of 'relatedness' and to re-assess the importance of genetic units in.
This book considers how and why forms and meanings of different languages at different times may resemble one another. Its editors and authors aim to explain and identify the relationship between areal diffusion and the genetic development of languages, and to discover the means of distinguishing what may cause one language to share the characteristics of another.
LING Areal Linguistics (3, max. 6) VLPA/I&S Issues involved in classification of languages. Systems of classification based on structure, word order, areal features. Ways in which languages may be classified for different purposes.
Natural language means human speech, sign language and writing, as they have developed as means of communication for the human contrasts with artificial languages, which are deliberately invented for a science of studying language and specific languages - natural or otherwise - is known as linguistics, but this is not the only field that involves looking.
Non-Parametric Bayesian Areal Linguistics to automatic language classification by means of linguistic networks. account for different kinds of areal and genetic effects in the Author: Hal Daumé III.
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Rapid advances have been made in our understanding of the mechanisms and factors controlling the growth and development of bone, and these are discussed in detail in this book.
Koreanic is a compact language family consisting of the Korean language, the language of Jeju Island and (according to some scholars) Yukchin. The latter two are often described as dialects of Korean, but are distinct enough to be considered separate languages.
Korean is richly documented since the introduction of the Hangul alphabet in the 15th phic distribution: Korean. The contributions to this volume address, i. a., all of these questions and areas and offer much food for thought about historical morphology, areal linguistics and, above all, language classification—going far beyond the “Altaic hypothesis”.
1. Introduction. This paper focuses on the twin questions of whether language contact is facilitated by closeness of genetic relationship and whether language contact is more difficult to identify amongst more closely related languages. 1 Several approaches can be taken.
The empirical, case-study based approach is well represented in the literature (e.g. Cited by: ♥ Book Title: A Grammar of the Karimojong Language ♣ Name Author: Bruno Novelli The articles presented here show that areal factors have played a significant role in the development of negation strategies in the languages of West Africa and beyond.
On the other hand genetic factors seem to be less prominent.""Article| Norbert Cyffer. On day one of this workshop, researchers working at the interface of genetics and language will give presentations introducing the principles of molecular genetics, the nature of human genetic similarity and variation, the state-of-the-art methods employed by genetic research into language, the exciting discoveries made so far, and the emerging.
File: A sign language (also signed language) is a language which, instead of acoustically conveyed sound patterns, uses visually transmitted sign patterns (manual communication, body language and lip patterns) to convey meaning—simultaneously combining hand shapes, orientation and movement of the hands, arms or body, and facial expressions to.
This book presents in a single volume a comprehensive history of the language sciences, from ancient times through to the twentieth century.
While there has been a concentration on those traditions that have the greatest international relevance, a particular effort has been made to go beyond traditional Eurocentric accounts, and to cover a. Typically, this is a genetic classification, such as the Ethnologue (Gordon ), Ruhlen () or Voegelin & Voegelin ().
But it may in fact be applied to any classification, e.g. areal or typological, provided that it has the traditional shape of a tree, with maximum groupings for the top nodes and languages for its terminal nodes.
Mande languages are spoken across much of inland West Africa up to the northwest of Nigeria as their eastern limit. The center of gravity of the Mande-speaking world is situated in the southwest of Mali and the neighboring regions.
There are approximately seventy Mande languages. Mande languages have long been recognized as a coherent group. do not approach language in that fashion.
The pages of description are followed by a summary of genetic classification, areal maps, four tables presenting bits of data about the sample languages, and a biblio- graphy. The “Tables” section wants explica- tion. For example, no legends accompanyAuthor: Martha B.
Kendall. Language and Linguistics. Notions of Language: Language as written text—Philological and literary notions i.e., norm, purity and their preservation, language as a cultural heritage—Codification and transmission of cultural knowledge and behaviour, language as a marker of social identity—Language boundary, Dialect and language—Codes of special.
The last part of the chapter is a kind of review in which the author comments on a proposal by Blench and Spriggs (a) to use DNA evidence to provide new information on language classification. The last chapter of the book focuses on how social factors such as contacts with speakers of other languages, prescribed gender roles, caste systems.
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A book collection or special issue of a journal may contain articles in different languages. The book contains nine chapters analysing the UPSID data, pdf well as fully labelled phoneme charts for each language and a comprehensive segment index.
Questions of the frequency and co-occurrence of the particular segment types are discussed in detail and possible explanations for the patterns observed are evaluated.
AbstractThis download pdf explores the range and diversity of the typological features of Mandarin, the largest dialect group within the Sinitic branch of the Sino-Tibetan family. Feeding the typological data of 42 Sinitic varieties into the phylogenetic program NeighborNet, we obtained network diagrams suggesting a north-south divide in the Mandarin dialect group, where Cited by: 2.
Ebook Austronesian languages (review) Terrill, national languages and lingua francas, and the geography of the family. There is a detailed description of sociolinguistic factors, including speech levels and respect languages, genderbased differences, profanity, secret languages, ritual languages, and, sitting rather oddly with the rest of.