Word-Formation. An International Handbook of the Languages of Europe. Volume I

31 Mar




An International Handbook of the Languages of Europe



Ed. by Müller, Peter O. / Ohnheiser, Ingeborg / Olsen, Susan / Rainer, Franz


Acaba de publicarse el primer volumen de los cinco del manual Word-Formation. An International Handbook of the Languages of Europe (de Gruyter). Los cuatro restantes seguirán publicándose hasta el inicio del año próximo (2016).

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Aims and Scope

This handbook comprises an in-depth presentation of the state of the art in word-formation. The five volumes contain 207 articles written by leading international scholars. The XVI chapters of the handbook provide the reader, in both general articles and individual studies, with a wide variety of perspectives: word-formation as a linguistic discipline (history of science, theoretical concepts), units and processes in word-formation, rules and restrictions, semantics and pragmatics, foreign word-formation, language planning and purism, historical word-formation, word-formation in language acquisition and aphasia, word-formation and language use, tools in word-formation research. The final chapter comprises 74 portraits of word-formation in the individual languages of Europe and offers an innovative perspective. These portraits afford the first overview of this kind and will prove useful for future typological research. This handbook will provide an essential reference for both advanced students and researchers in word-formation and related fields within linguistics.

Contents. Volume 1



I. Word-formation as a linguistic discipline

  1. The scope of word-formation research · Hans-Jörg Schmid
  2. Word-formation research from its beginnings to the 19thcentury · Barbara Kaltz and Odile Leclercq
  3. Word-formation in historical-comparative grammar · Thomas Lindner
  4. Word-formation in structuralism · Wolfgang Motsch
  5. Word-formation in inhaltbezogene Grammatik· Johannes Erben
  6. Word-formation in onomasiology · Joachim Grzega
  7. Word-formation in generative grammar · Rochelle Lieber
  8. Word-formation in categorial grammar · Ulrich Wandruszka
  9. Word-formation in natural morphology · Hans Christian Luschützky
  10. Word-formation in cognitive grammar · John R. Taylor
  11. Word-formation in optimality theory · Renate Raffelsiefen
  12. Word-formation in construction grammar · Geert Booij
  13. Word-formation in psycholinguistics and neurocognitive research · Gary Libben

II. Units and processes in word-formation I: General aspects

  1. The delimitation of derivation and inflection · Pavol Štekauer
  2. Units of word-formation · Joachim Mugdan
  3. Derivation · Andrew Spencer
  4. Conversion · Salvador Valera
  5. Backformation · Pavol Štekauer
  6. Clipping · Anja Steinhauer
  7. Composition · Susan Olsen
  8. Blending · Bernhard Fradin
  9. Incorporation · Jason D. Haugen
  10. Particle-verb formation · Andrew McIntyre
  11. Multi-word expressions · Matthias Hüning and Barbara Schlücker
  12. Reduplication · Thomas Schwaiger
  13. Word-creation · Elke Ronneberger-Sibold
  14. Allomorphy · Wolfgang U. Dressler

III. Units and processes in word-formation II: Special cases

  1. Affective palatalization in Basque · José Ignacio Hualde
  2. Parasynthesis in Romance · David Serrano-Dolader
  3. Affix pleonasm · Francesco Gardani
  4. Interfixes in Romance · Michel Roché
  5. Linking elements in Germanic · Nanna Fuhrhop and Sebastian Kürschner
  6. Synthetic compounds in German · Martin Neef
  7. Verbal pseudo-compounds in German · Christian Fortmann
  8. Particle verbs in Germanic · Nicole Dehé
  9. Particle verbs in Romance · Claudio Iacobini
  10. Particle verbs in Hungarian · Mária Ladányi
  11. Noun-noun compounds in French · Pierre J. L. Arnaud
  12. Verb-noun compounds in Romance · Davide Ricca
  13. Co-compounds · Bernhard Wälchli
  14. Multi-word units in French · Salah Mejri
  15. Multi-word expressions and univerbation in Slavic · Olga Martincová
  16. Compounds and multi-word expressions in Slavic · Ingeborg Ohnheiser
  17. Paradigmatically determined allomorphy: the “participial stem” from Latin to Italian · Anna M. Thornton





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