5 edition of Approaches to conversion/zero-derivation found in the catalog.
|Statement||Laurie Bauer & Salvador Valera (eds.).|
|Contributions||Bauer, Laurie, 1949-, Valera Hernández, Salvador.|
|LC Classifications||P299.T73 S96 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||175 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||175|
|LC Control Number||2007471808|
Conversion as Zero derivation: Evidence from affix concatenation PUFS Yongsung Lee ([email protected]) 1) What is conversion? a. Conversion is the process by which lexical items change (grammatical) category without any concomitant change in form. (Lieber ) b. Conversion is one the processes that may take part in the creation of new File Size: KB. BOOK REVIEW Review of Bauer, Laurie and Salvador Valera (eds.) () Approaches to Conversion/Zero-derivation, Waxmann: Mu¨nster. ( pp with author index and subject index) Jan Don Published online: 29 June Springer Science+Business Media B.V. Cited by: 1.
The book draws empirical data from major English dictionaries, Newsweek magazine and the British National Corpus, which makes it possible to thoroughly investigate the questions with numerous examples explicated. In Laurie Bauer & Salvador Valera (eds.), Approaches to conversion/zero-derivation, Münster: Waxmann. Clark, Eve V. Q and Eh. Questions and answers on language with a Kiwi twist. Auckland: Random House. [This book reprinted articles which first appeared in the Dominion Post newspaper from October ] Approaches to Conversion/Zero-Derivation. Münster: Waxmann. Bauer, Laurie, Lívia Körtvélyessy and Pavol Štekauer. Linguistic Society of New.
The analysis proposed here argues for the necessity of a two-level model of morphology as an approach in which both abstract morphosyntax as well as more concrete morphophonology have a place.* Approaches to conversion/zero-derivation. Münster: Waxmann. Becker, Thomas. Analogie und morphologische Theorie. Munich: Wilhelm by: 1. Approaches to Conversion / Zero-Derivation Laurie Bauer This thematic publication contains papers presented by invited speakers at a symposium of Conversion / Zero-Derivation held in conjunction with the 10th International Morphology Conference in Szentendre, Hungary, in May , and papers from scholars who could not attend that symposium but.
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To get the free app, enter your mobile phone : Paperback. Conversion became an issue again in the nineties, probably as a result of the widespread renewed interest in morphology that is in full swing today.
The papers contained in this book approach conversion from various perspectives and with different purposes in mind. Approaches to Conversion / Zero-Derivation - Ebook written by Laurie Bauer, Salvador Valera Hernández.
Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Approaches to Conversion / Zero-Derivation. The papers contained in this book approach conversion from Approaches to conversion/zero-derivation book perspectives and with different purposes in mind.
They cover topics such as what it means to change category, how one can discover the directionality of conversion and the very vexed question of whether an analysis in terms of conversion is or is not to be preferred over one in terms of zero-derivation. Conversion became an issue again in the nineties, probably as a result of the widespread renewed interest in morphology that is in full swing today.
The papers contained in this book approach conversion. Given the diversity of opinions expressed in this book, the reader is left at the end with more questions than answers about conversion/zero derivation.
But this is a good thing: this volume serves to remind us that there is a great deal more to `zero' than appears at first : Rochelle Lieber.
The papers contained in this book approach conversion from various perspectives and with different purposes in mind. They cover topics such as what it means to change category, how one can discover the directionality of conversion and the very vexed question of whether an analysis in terms of conversion is or is not to be preferred over one in.
This paper is an effort to expanded approach and perspective, because conversion in Albanian occurs also within the same parts of speech, or without changing : Hans-Jörg Schmid.
Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle Manufacturer: Waxmann Verlag GmbH. presented by invited speakers at a symposium on Conversion/Zero-Derivation held in Szentendre, Hungary, in The book is rounded off by subject and person indices.
In their introduction, Bauer and Valera outline the major issues traditionally involved in the study of conversion, among them the notorious questions of definition. Home / Word Structure / List of Issues / Volume 1, Issue 1 / Laurie Bauer & Salvador Valera (eds), Approaches to conversion/zero-derivation.Münster: Waxmann Verlag, : Rochelle Lieber.
Approaches to Conversion / Zero-Derivation Product information Editors: Laurie Bauer and Salvador Valera Hernández ISBN: Publisher: Waxmann Verlag Publishing date: Related year: Pages: E-Book-Package: Linguistik /14 .
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Chiefly papers presented at the Symposium of Conversion/Zero-Derivation, held in May in Szentendre, Hungary. This is approached by considering the extent to which they match the canonical pattern of English conversion. Second, the chapter also considers and evaluates the various theoretical approaches to conversion (zero-derivation, relisting, underspecification, etc.) which can be found in the : Laurie Bauer.
By derivation by a zero-morpheme I understand the use of a word as a determinant in. a syntagma whose determinatum is not expressed in phonic form but understood to be. present in content, thanks to an association with other syntagmas where the element.
of content has its counterpart on the plane of phonic expression. Approaches to Conversion/Zero-Derivation. Münster: Waxmann. With Heina Giegerich and Gregory Stump.
Word Structure 1. Articles in refereed journals. On teaching compound nouns. Prepublications of the English Institute of Odense University No 5 (September, ) and Moderna Språk 71 () On lexicalization.
Approaches to Conversion / Zero-Derivation Produktinformationen Herausgeber: Laurie Bauer und Salvador Valera Hernández ISBN: Verlag: Waxmann Verlag Erscheinungstermin: Erscheinungsjahr: Seiten: E-Book-Paket: Linguistik /14 . In linguistics, conversion, also called zero derivation or null derivation, is a kind of word formation involving the creation of a word (of a new word class) from an existing word (of a different word class) without any change in form, which is to say, derivation using only zero.
Conversion in English: A Cognitive Semantic Approach 5. process motivated by different types of conceptual mapping or conceptual. recategorization leading subsequently to the change of word class. The relation of compounding with derivation on the one hand and inflection on the other has been a challenging topic with consequences for the architecture of grammar.
In Chap. 11, it is proposed that there is no radical separation line between derivation and compounding, and thus, if derivation is to be treated within morphology, compounding Author: Angela Ralli.
The definition of conversion is based on the conditions of formal identity and word-class change. Both the conditions and the resulting profile have been interpreted differently by different theoretical frameworks. It is difficult to identify conversion according to these conditions in one and the same language and, especially, in cross-linguistic research for several reasons: languages differ.
After a discussion on terminological matters (Section ), a definition of conversion is given (Section ). In Sectionwith the help of the definition of conversion assumed, the morphological technique is set apart from lexical, (mor)phonological and morphological changes that, without being conversion, look conversion-like.Approaches to Conversion/Zero-Derivation.
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