Power social diversity and language John Baugh. Orality and literacy in sociolinguistics Lowry Hemphill. Sign languages Robert Bayley and Ceil Lucas. Conversation and interaction Cynthia Gordon. Language and ethnicity Carmen Fought. Multilingualism Ana Deumert. Pidgins and creoles Silvia Kouwenberg and John. Codeswitching Pieter Muysken.
Language maintenance shift. Colonization globalization and the sociolinguistics. Language planning and language policy James. Sociolinguistics and the law Diana Eades. Pragmatics and discourse Jan Blommaert. The sociolinguistics of style Nikolas Coupland. Language social class and status Gregory R. The semantics-pragmatics interface Philippe Schlenker-- Information structure Enric Vallduvi-- Semantics and computation Matthew Stone.
This Handbook offers a comprehensive, yet compact guide to the field, bringing together research from a wide range of world-leading experts. The Handbook also explores the interfaces between semantics and neighbouring disciplines, including research in cognition and computation. This work will be essential reading for students and researchers working in linguistics, philosophy, psychology and computer science. The Cambridge handbook of bilingual processing . Description Book — xviii, pages : illustrations ; 26 cm. Introduction: 1.
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Bilingual processing: a dynamic and rapidly changing field John W. Theories and Methodologies: 2. Six decades of research on bilingual representation and processing Nan Jiang-- 3. Computational modeling of bilingual language acquisition and processing: conceptual and methodological considerations Ping Li and Xiaowei Zhao-- 4. Methods for studying adult bilingualism Michael Spivey and Cynthia Cardon-- 5. Acquisition and Development: 6. Becoming bilingual: are there different learning pathways? Nuria Sebastian-Galles-- 7.
Phonology and morphology in lexical processing Kira Gor-- 8. Processing perspectives on instructed second language acquisition Bill VanPatten-- 9. Learning second language vocabulary: insights from laboratory studies Natasha Tokowicz and Tamar Degani-- Comprehension and Representation: Conceptual representation in bilinguals: the role of language specificity and conceptual change Panos Athanasopoulos-- Emotion word processing within and between languages Jeanette Altarriba and Dana Basnight-Brown-- Orthographic processing in bilinguals Walter van Heuven and Emily Coderre-- Bilingual lexical access during written sentence comprehension Ana Schwartz-- Production: Individual differences in second language speech production Judit Kormos-- Parallel language activation in bilinguals' word production and its modulating factors: a review and computer simulations Annette de Groot and Peter Starreveld-- Cross-language asymmetries in codeswitching patterns: implications for bilingual language production Carol Myers-Scotton and Janice Jake-- Control: On the mechanism and scope of language control in bilingual speech production Cristina Baus, Francesca Branzi and Albert Costa-- Behavioural measures of language control: production and comprehension Julia Festman and John W.
Schwieter-- Consequences of Bilingualism: Cognitive consequences of bilingualism: executive control and cognitive reserve Ellen Bialystok and Fergus Craik-- Does bilingual exercise enhance cognitive fitness in traditional non-linguistic executive processing tasks? Neural consequences of bilingualism for cortical and subcortical function Jennifer Krizman and Viorica Marian-- How bilingualism shapes the mental lexicon Gary Libben and Mira Goral-- Losing a first language to a second language Eve Higby and Loraine Obler-- What are the cognitive consequences of being a bilingual?
These are just a few of the intriguing questions at the core of studying bilingualism from psycholinguistic and neurocognitive perspectives.
Bringing together some of the world's leading experts in bilingualism, cognitive psychology and language acquisition, The Cambridge Handbook of Bilingual Processing explores these questions by presenting a clear overview of current theories and findings in bilingual processing. This comprehensive handbook is organized around overarching thematic areas including theories and methodologies, acquisition and development, comprehension and representation, production, control, and the cognitive consequences of bilingualism.
The handbook serves as an informative overview for researchers interested in cognitive bilingualism and the logic of theoretical and experimental approaches to language science. It also functions as an instrumental source of readings for anyone interested in bilingual processing. The Cambridge handbook of English corpus linguistics . Methodological Considerations: 1.
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Corpus Analysis of Linguistic Characteristics: 4. Corpus Analysis of Varieties: Other Applications of Corpus Analysis: The Cambridge Handbook of English Corpus Linguistics CHECL surveys the breadth of corpus-based linguistic research on English, including chapters on collocations, phraseology, grammatical variation, historical change, and the description of registers and dialects.
The most innovative aspects of the CHECL are its emphasis on critical discussion, its explicit evaluation of the state of the art in each sub-discipline, and the inclusion of empirical case studies. While each chapter includes a broad survey of previous research, the primary focus is on a detailed description of the most important corpus-based studies in this area, with discussion of what those studies found, and why they are important.
Each chapter also includes a critical discussion of the corpus-based methods employed for research in this area, as well as an explicit summary of new findings and discoveries. C68 C46 Unknown. The Cambridge handbook of communication disorders . Description Book — xxiv, pages : illustrations ; 26 cm. Developmental Communication Disorders: 1. Cleft lip and palate and other craniofacial anomalies John E.
Riski-- 2. Developmental dysarthria Megan Hodge-- 3. Developmental verbal dyspraxia Brigid McNeill-- 4. Developmental phonological disorder Susan Rvachew-- 5. Specific language impairment Susan Ellis Weismer-- 6. Developmental dyslexia Catherine Christo-- 7. Emotional disturbance and communication Gregory J. Benner and J. Ron Nelson-- 9. Acquired Communication Disorders: Head and neck cancer and communication Tim Bressmann-- Acquired dysarthria Bruce E. Murdoch-- Apraxia of speech Donald A. Robin and Sabina Flagmeier-- Aphasia Roelien Bastiaanse and Ronald S.
Prins-- Wilson-- Dementia and communication Jamie Reilly and Jinyi Hung-- Traumatic brain injury and communication Leanne Togher-- Voice, Fluency and Hearing Disorders: Functional and organic voice disorders Nadine P. Connor and Diane M. Bless-- Stuttering and cluttering Kathleen Scaler Scott-- Hearing disorders R.
Steven Ackley-- Part IV. Management of Communication Disorders: Acquired motor speech disorders Anja Lowitt-- Developmental language disorders Laurence B. Leonard-- Disorders of voice Linda Rammage-- Disorders of fluency J. Scott Yaruss-- Part V. Theoretical Developments in Communication Disorders: Motor speech disorders and models of speech production Karen Croot-- Adult neurological disorders and semantic models Tobias Bormann-- Language in genetic syndromes and cognitive modularity Vesna Stojanovik-- Pragmatic disorders and theory of mind Louise Cummings.
These communication disorders impact adversely on all aspects of these individuals' lives. In thirty dedicated chapters, The Cambridge Handbook of Communication Disorders examines the full range of developmental and acquired communication disorders and provides the most up-to-date and comprehensive guide to the epidemiology, aetiology and clinical features of these disorders. The volume also examines how these disorders are assessed and treated by speech and language therapists and addresses recent theoretical developments in the field. The handbook goes beyond well-known communication disorders to include populations such as children with emotional disturbance, adults with non-Alzheimer dementias and people with personality disorders.
Each chapter describes in accessible terms the most recent thinking and research in communication disorders. The volume is an ideal guide for academic researchers, graduate students and professionals in speech and language therapy. C24 Unknown. The Cambridge handbook of linguistic anthropology . Description Book — xiv, pages : illustrations ; 26 cm. Summary 1. Introduction: directions in the anthropology of language N. System and Function: 2. Basics of a language R.
Dixon-- 3. Enfield-- 4. Language and the manual modality: the communicative resilience of the human species Susan Goldin-Meadow-- 5. Linguistic diversity and universals Balthasar Bickel-- 6. Denotation and the pragmatics of language Michael Silverstein-- 7. Language function Sandra A.
Process and Formation: 8. Language acquisition and language socialization Penelope Brown and Suzanne Gaskins-- 9. Language, society and history: towards a unified approach? Paja Faudree and Magnus Pharao Hansen-- Endangered languages Keren Rice-- Language evolution Stephen C.
Levinson-- Causal dynamics of language N. Enfield-- Part III. Interaction and Intersubjectivity: Intentionality and language Robert B. Brandom-- The architecture of intersubjectivity revisited Jack Sidnell-- Language and human sociality Alan Rumsey-- The ontology of action, in interaction Jack Sidnell and N. Community and Social Life: Poetics and performativity Luke Fleming and Michael Lempert-- Ritual language David Tavarez-- Oratory, rhetoric, politics Bernard Bate-- Language and media Paul Manning and Ilana Gershon-- The speech community and beyond: language and the nature of the social aggregate Shaylih Muehlmann-- Part V.
Interdisciplinary Perspectives: Linguistic anthropology and critical theory Paul Kockelman-- Linguistic anthropology and sociocultural anthropology Rupert Stasch-- Sociolinguistics: making quantification meaningful Penelope Eckert-- Language and archaeology: state of the art Roger Blench-- Language and biology: the multiple interactions between genetics and language Dan Dediu-- Linguistic anthropology in the age of language automata Paul Kockelman.
Human language both shapes, and is shaped by, our minds, societies, and cultural worlds. This state-of-the-field survey covers a wide range of topics, approaches and theories, such as the nature and function of language systems, the relationship between language and social interaction, and the place of language in the social life of communities.
Promoting a broad vision of the subject, spanning a range of disciplines from linguistics to biology, from psychology to sociology and philosophy, this authoritative handbook is an essential reference guide for students and researchers working on language and culture across the social sciences. C25 In-library use. The Cambridge handbook of stylistics . The Discipline of Stylistics: 2.
The theory and philosophy of stylistics Michael Toolan-- 3. The stylistic tool-kit: methods and sub-disciplines Katie Wales-- 4. Quantitative methods in literary linguistics Michael Stubbs-- 5. Stylistics as rhetoric Craig Hamilton-- 6. Stylistics as applied linguistics Ronald Carter-- 7. Literary Concepts and Stylistics: 8. Genre Beatrix Busse-- 9. Intertextuality and allusion Patrick Colm Hogan-- Production and intentionality Violeta Sotirova-- Characterisation Dan McIntyre-- Voice Christiana Gregoriou-- Narration Jessica Mason-- Defamiliarisation Joanna Gavins-- Techniques of Style: Phonostylistics and the written text Manuel Jobert-- Grammatical configuration Michaela Mahlberg-- Semantic prosody Bill Louw and Marija Milojkovic-- Action and event Paul Simpson and Patricia Canning-- Pragmatics and inference Billy Clark-- Metaphor and style Gerard Steen-- Foregrounding, burying and plot construction Catherine Emmott and Marc Alexander-- Analysing dialogue Mick Short-- The Contextual Experience of Style: Iconicity Olga Fischer-- Ethics Sara Whiteley-- Fictionality and ontology Alison Gibbons-- Emotions, feelings, and stylistics David S.
Miall-- Narrative structure Ruth Page-- Performance Tracy Cruickshank-- Interpretation Lesley Jeffries-- A portrait of historical stylistics Joe Bray-- Part V. Extensions of Stylistics: The analysis of the media Marina Lambrou and Alan Durant-- Advertising culture Rodney H. Jones-- Political style Jonathan Charteris-Black-- The stylistics of relationships Sara Mills-- Stylistics in translation Benedict Lin-- The stylistics of everyday talk David Peplow-- Coda: the practice of stylistics Peter Stockwell and Sara Whiteley.
This Handbook is the definitive account of the field, drawing on linguistics and related subject areas such as psychology, sociology, anthropology, educational pedagogy, computational methods, literary criticism and critical theory. Placing stylistics in its intellectual and international context, each chapter includes a detailed illustrative example and case study of stylistic practice, with arguments and methods open to examination, replication and constructive critical discussion.
As an accessible guide to the theory and practice of stylistics, it will equip the reader with a clear understanding of the ethos and principles of the discipline, as well as with the capacity and confidence to engage in stylistic analysis. The Cambridge handbook of language policy . Description Book — xvi, p.
Definition and Principles: 1. What is language policy? Bernard Spolsky-- 2. History of the field: a sketch Bjorn Jernudd and Jiri Nekvapil-- 3. Philosophy of language policy Denise Reaume and Meital Pinto-- 4. Language policy, the nation and nationalism Sue Wright-- 5. Ethnic identity and language policy Ofelia Garcia-- 6. Diversity and language policy for endangered languages Julia Sallabank-- 7.
Language is just a tool! Language Policy at the Macrolevel: 8. Language policy at the supra-national level Fernand de Varennes-- 9. Language policy, territorialism and regional autonomy Colin Williams-- Colonialism and imperialism Robert Phillipson-- Language policy and management at the municipal level Peter Backhaus-- Language policy and management in service domains: brokering communication for linguistic minorities in the community Claudia V. Angelelli-- Language policy in defense and attack Richard Brecht and William P.
Rivers-- Non-Governmental Domains: Language policy in the workplace Alexandre Duchene and Monica Heller-- Watt-- Language policy in the family Stephen J. Caldas-- Globalization and Modernization: Transnationalism, migration and language education policy Kendall A. King and Adam C. Rambow-- Language management agencies John Edwards-- Literacy and script reform Florian Coulmas and Federica Guerini-- Penfield-- English in language policy and management Gibson Ferguson-- Part V.
Regional and Thematic Issues: Indigenous language planning and policy in the Americas Teresa McCarty-- Language policy in Asia and the Pacific Richard B. This is the first Handbook to deal with language policy as a whole and is a complete 'state-of-the-field' survey, covering language practices, beliefs about language varieties, and methods and agencies for language management. It provides a historical background which traces the development of classical language planning, describes activities associated with indigenous and endangered languages, and contains chapters on imperialism, colonialism, effects of migration and globalization, and educational policy.
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It also evaluates language management agencies, analyzes language activism and looks at language cultivation including reform of writing systems, orthography and modernized terminology. The definitive guide to the subject, it will be welcomed by students, researchers and language professionals in linguistics, education and politics. The Cambridge handbook of pragmatics . Description Book — ix, p. Introduction: pragmatic objects and pragmatic methods Kasia M. Jaszczolt and Keith Allan-- Part I. Problems and Theories: 2.
Research paradigms in pragmatics Mira Ariel-- 3. Saying, meaning, and implicating Kent Bach-- 4. Implying and inferring Laurence R. Horn-- 5. Speaker intentions and intentionality Michael Haugh and Kasia M. Jaszczolt-- 6. Context and content: pragmatics in two-dimensional semantics Berit Brogaard-- 7. Contextualism: some varieties Francois Recanati-- 8. The psychology of utterance processing: context vs.
Sentences, utterances, and speech acts Mikhail Kissine-- Pragmatics in update semantics Henk Zeevat-- The normative dimension of discourse Jaroslav Peregrin-- Pragmatics in the English lexicon Keith Allan-- Conversational interaction Michael Haugh-- Phenomena and Applications: Referring in discourse Arthur Sullivan-- Propositional attitude reports: pragmatic aspects Kasia M. Jaszczolt-- Presupposition and accommodation in discourse Rob van der Sandt-- Negation Jay David Atlas-- Connectives Caterina Mauri and Johan van der Auwera-- Spatial reference in discourse Luna Filipovic-- Temporal reference in discourse Louis de Saussure-- Textual coherence as a pragmatic phenomenon Anita Fetzer-- Interfaces and the Delimitation of Pragmatics: Pragmatics in the history of linguistic thought Andreas H.
Jucker-- Semantics without pragmatics? Emma Borg-- Pragmatics and language change Elizabeth Closs Traugott-- Pragmatics and prosody Tim Wharton-- Pragmatics and information structure Jeanette K. Gundel-- Sociopragmatics and cross-cultural and intercultural studies Istvan Kecskes-- Politeness and pragmatics Marina Terkourafi.
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This Handbook surveys pragmatics from different perspectives, presenting the main theories in pragmatic research, incorporating seminal research as well as cutting-edge solutions. It addresses questions of rational and empirical research methods, what counts as an adequate and successful pragmatic theory, and how to go about answering problems raised in pragmatic theory.
In the fast-developing field of pragmatics, this Handbook fills the gap in the market for a one-stop resource to the wide scope of today's research and the intricacy of the many theoretical debates. It is an authoritative guide for graduate students and researchers with its focus on the areas and theories that will mark progress in pragmatic research in the future. P72 C Unknown. The Cambridge handbook of endangered languages . Description Book — xii, p. Introduction Peter K. Austin and Julia Sallabank-- Part I. Endangered Languages: 2.
Language ecology and endangerment Lenore Grenoble-- 3. Speakers and communities Colette Grinevald and Michel Bert-- 4. Survey of endangered language situations around the world David Bradley-- 5. Language contact and change in endangered languages Carmel O'Shannessy-- 6. Structural aspects of language endangerment Naomi Palosaari and Lyle Campbell-- 7. Language and culture Lev Michael-- 8. Language Documentation: 9. Language documentation Tony Woodbury-- Speakers and language documentation Lise Dobrin and Josh Berson-- Data and language documentation Jeff Good-- Archiving and language documentation Lisa Conathan-- Responses: Language policy for endangered languages Julia Sallabank-- Revitalisation of endangered languages Leanne Hinton-- Orthography development Friederike Lupke-- Lexicography in endangered language communities Ulrike Mosel-- The role of information technology in supporting minority and endangered languages Gary Holton-- Part IV.
Challenges: Endangered languages and economic development Wayne Harbert-- Researcher training and capacity development in language documentation Anthony Jukes-- New roles for endangered languages Mairead Moriarty-- Planning a language documentation project Claire Bowern. This state-of-the-art Handbook examines the reasons behind this dramatic loss of linguistic diversity, why it matters, and what can be done to document and support endangered languages.
The volume is relevant not only to researchers in language endangerment, language shift and language death, but to anyone interested in the languages and cultures of the world. It is accessible both to specialists and non-specialists: researchers will find cutting-edge contributions from acknowledged experts in their fields, while students, activists and other interested readers will find a wealth of readable yet thorough and up-to-date information.
L33 C36 Unknown. The Cambridge handbook of sociolinguistics . Description Book — xiv, p. Foundations of Sociolinguistics: 1. Power, social differentiation and language John Baugh-- 2. Linguistic anthropology Alessandro Duranti-- 3. Social psychology and language Peter Robinson and Abigail Locke-- 4. Orality and literacy in sociolinguistics Lowry Hemphill-- 5. Interaction, Style and Discourse: 6. Conversation and interaction Cynthia Gordon-- 7. Pragmatics and discourse Jan Blommaert-- 8. Social and Regional Dialectology: 9.
Language, class and status Gregory Guy-- Language and region Bill Kretzschmar-- Language and place Barbara Johnstone-- Language, gender, sexuality Natalie Schilling-- Multilingualism and Language Contact: Multilingualism and multiculturalism Ana Deumert-- Pidgins, creoles and other contact varieties John Singler and Silvia Kouwenberg-- Code switching Pieter Muysken-- Language maintenance, shift and endangerment Nicholas Ostler-- Applied Sociolinguistics: Language planning and policy James Tollefson-- Language and the law Diana Eades-- Language and the media Susan McKay-- Language and education Christopher Stroud and Kathleen Heugh.
Reflecting the breadth of research in the field, it surveys a range of topics and approaches in the study of language variation and use in society. As well as linguistic perspectives, the handbook includes insights from anthropology, social psychology, the study of discourse and power, conversation analysis, theories of style and styling, language contact and applied sociolinguistics. Language practices seem to have reached new levels since the communications revolution of the late twentieth century. At the same time face-to-face communication is still the main force of language identity, even if social and peer networks of the traditional face-to-face nature are facing stiff competition of the Facebook-to-Facebook sort.
The most authoritative guide to the state of the field, this handbook shows that sociolinguistics provides us with the best tools for understanding our unfolding evolution as social beings. C Unknown. The Cambridge handbook of cognitive linguistics . Description Book — xvi, pages : illustrations ; 26 cm. The Cambridge Handbook of historical syntax . Description Book — xvii, pages : illustrations ; 26 cm. Types and Mechanisms of Syntactic Change: 1.
Grammaticalization Heiko Narrog and Bernd Heine-- 2. Degrammaticalization David Willis-- 3. Exaptation John Haiman-- 4. Reanalysis Nerea Madariaga-- 5. Analogy and extension Alice C. Harris-- 6. Restructuring David W. Lightfoot-- 7. Parameter setting Theresa Biberauer and Ian Roberts-- 8. Methods and Tools: 9. The comparative method and comparative reconstruction James Clackson-- Internal reconstruction Gisella Ferraresi and Maria Goldbach-- Principles and Constraints: Universal grammar Anders Holmberg-- Abduction Henning Andersen-- Transparency David W.
Lightfoot-- Uniformitarianism Ian Roberts-- Markedness, naturalness and complexity Anna Roussou-- Acquisition and learnability David W. Lightfoot-- Part IV. Major Issues and Themes: The actuation problem George Walkden-- Inertia Ian Roberts-- Gradience and gradualness vs abruptness Marit Westergaard-- Cyclicity Elly van Gelderen-- Part V.
Explanations: Endogenous and exogenous theories of syntactic change David Willis-- Imperfect transmission and discontinuity David W. Social conditioning Suzanne Romaine-- Non-syntactic sources and triggers of syntactic change Laurel J. Models and Approaches: Principles and parameters Adam Ledgeway and Ian Roberts-- Lexical-functional grammar Kersti Borjars and Nigel Vincent-- Typological approaches Sonia Cristofaro and Paolo Ramat--