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Language variation - European Perspectives VI : selected papers from the Eighth International Conference on Language Variation in Europe (ICLaVE 8), Leipzig, May 2015, edited by Isabelle Buchstaller, Beat Siebenhaar

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Language variation - European Perspectives VI : selected papers from the Eighth International Conference on Language Variation in Europe (ICLaVE 8), Leipzig, May 2015
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Language variation - European Perspectives VI
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selected papers from the Eighth International Conference on Language Variation in Europe (ICLaVE 8), Leipzig, May 2015
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edited by Isabelle Buchstaller, Beat Siebenhaar
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2015
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International Conference on Language Variation in Europe
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  • dictionaries
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  • Buchstaller, Isabelle
  • Siebenhaar, Beat
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Studies in language variation SILV,
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volume 19
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  • Language and languages
  • Grammar, Comparative and general
  • Europe
  • LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES
  • Grammar, Comparative and general
  • Language and languages
  • Europe
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Language variation - European Perspectives VI : selected papers from the Eighth International Conference on Language Variation in Europe (ICLaVE 8), Leipzig, May 2015, edited by Isabelle Buchstaller, Beat Siebenhaar
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"The International Conference for Language Variation in Europe (ICLaVE) addresses all aspects of linguistic variation observed in languages spoken in present-day Europe. The 8th ICLaVE conference took part from May 27th to May 29th at Leipzig University; Language Variation - European Perspectives VI showcases a selection of papers from the 8th International Conference on Language Variation (ICLaVE8)."
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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  • Intro -- Language Variation -- European Perspectives VI -- Editorial page -- Title page -- LCC data -- Table of contents -- Introduction -- Scope of this volume -- Overview over individual chapters -- Plenaries -- Individual chapters -- References -- Plenaries -- Analytic and synthetic: Typological change in varieties of European languages -- 1. The macro-comparative perspective: Language typology and language contact -- 2. A short history of the analytic/synthetic terminology -- 3. Analytic/synthetic as a synchronic notion -- 4. Synthetic/analytic in diachrony -- 5. Analyticizations occur very commonly in creoles -- 5.1 Definite articles (APiCS 28, 9) -- 5.2 Indefinite articles (APiCS 29, 10) -- 5.3 Plural markers (APiCS 22, 23) -- 5.4 Genitive markers (APiCS 38, 37) -- 5.5 Personal pronouns in subject or possessor function (APiCS 62) -- 5.6 Accusative markers (APiCS 57) -- 5.7 Dative markers (APiCS 60, 61) -- 5.8 Future tense markers (cf. APiCS 48) -- 5.9 Past tense (or anterior) markers (APiCS 45) -- 5.10 Imperfective aspect markers (APiCS 46, 47, 48) -- 5.11 Causative construction -- 6. Analyticization is generally favoured by language-contact situations -- 7. Further examples of increased analyticity in European varieties -- 7.1 Increased analyticity in Afrikaans -- 7.2 Increased analyticity in Brazilian Portuguese -- 7.3 Increased analyticity in Bulgarian -- A case for clustering speakers and linguistic variables: Big issues with smaller samples in language variation -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Going big from small (samples) -- 3. Language variation in context -- 4. Addressing a big problem for variationist sociolinguistics -- 5. The missing link -- a sociolinguistic Higgs-Boson particle? -- 6. Individuals and groups in Bequia (St Vincent and the Grenadines) -- 7. Linguistic features in the Bequia corpus
  • 8. Clustering speakers with respect to multiple linguistic features -- 9. Where this takes us and where it leaves us -- References -- Dynamics, variation and the brain -- 1. Introduction -- 2. First type: Sound change proceeds one word at a time -- 2.1 Data and explanations -- 2.2 ... and the brain? -- 3. Second type: Sound change affects phonemes as a whole -- 3.1 Data and explanations -- 3.2 ... and the brain? -- 4. Conclusion -- Acknowledgements -- References -- Individual chapters -- Aggregate analysis of lexical variation in Galician -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Galician dialects -- 3. The data set -- 4. Results and commentary -- Acknowledgements -- References -- Inter-individual variation among young children growing up in a bidialectal community: The acquisition of dialect and standard Dutch vocabulary -- 1. Introduction: Bidialectism in the Dutch province of Limburg -- 2. Method -- 2.1 Participants and procedure -- 2.2 Measures -- 2.3 Parental questionnaire, and overview of participants and results -- 3. Results of the Limburgish Word Task -- 4. Relationship between the extent of dialect used in the LWT and the acquisition of Dutch vocabulary -- 5. Discussion and conclusion -- References -- The unruly dialect variant [a]: The case of the opening of ({u025B}) in the traditional Torsby dialect -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Background -- 3. Data -- 4. Dialect change in Torsby -- 5. The unruly [a] -- 6. Discussion -- Acknowledgements -- References -- Vowel raising and vowel deletion as sociolinguistic variables in Northern Greek -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Methodology and results -- 3. Conclusion -- Acknowledgements -- References -- Between local and standard varieties: Horizontal and vertical convergence and divergence of dialects in Southern Spain -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Dialect convergence and divergence in Castilian Spanish -- 2.1 Standard-dialect constellation
  • 2.2 Varieties -- 3. Linguistic constraints on cross-dialect variation -- 3.1 Mergers and demergers -- 3.2 Demerger of dental /????????/. A case of change from above -- 3.3 Erosive changes -- 3.4 Cross-dialect variation. Syllable-final /s/ -- 3.5 Near-Andalusian Castilian -- 4. Conclusion -- References -- Syntactic doubling and variation: The case of Romani -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Data and method -- 3. Results -- 3.1 Linguistic factors -- 3.2 Social factors -- 4. Discussion -- 4.1 The language contact hypothesis -- 4.2 Socio-linguistic account of the variation -- 5. Conclusion -- Acknowledgements -- References -- Variation in style: Register and lifestyle in Parisian French -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Data -- 3. Subject-verb inversion in wh-questions and subject doubling in French -- 4. Lifestyle and Bourdieu's sociocultural theory -- 5. Operationalization of lifestyle -- 5.1 Data reduction -- 5.2 Factor analysis -- 5.3 Cluster analysis -- 6. The effect of lifestyle and other social variables on inversion and doubling -- 6.1 Statistical results -- 6.2 Discussion -- References -- A corpus-based study of concessive conjunctions in three L1-varieties of English -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Three semantic types of concessives -- 3. Previous quantitative approaches and research questions -- 4. Data and methodology -- 5. Results -- 6. Summary and conclusion -- References -- Variation in the structure of conjunctions in Luxembourgish German in the 19th century: An interplay of language-internal and contact-induced variation -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Corpus and study design -- 3. Analysis -- 3.1 Im Fall(e)(,) dass/falls 'in case (that)' -- 3.2 Displacement of wann 'when' as conjunction -- 4. Conclusion -- Acknowledgements -- References -- Geolinguistic documentation of multilingual areas: VerbaAlpina and the challenges of digital humanities (DH) -- 1. Introduction
  • 2. VerbaAlpina -- the investigation of a multilingual region -- 2.1 The Alpine region as an area under investigation -- 2.2 A selective and analytical exploration of the Alpine region -- 2.3 The transition from traditional to modern geolinguistics -- 3. Methodology: How to combine different projects -- 3.1 Different projects with different aims -- 3.2 The structure of the map content -- 3.3 The conversion of the transcription systems -- 4. Conclusion -- Acknowledgements -- References -- Variation in Croatian: The verbal behaviour of rural speakers in an urban speech community -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Hypothesis and objectives -- 3. Method and problems of method -- 4. The controlled process of self-representation as an act of identity -- 5. Geographical markers as social markers -- 5.1 The dynamics of rural speakers' identity construction -- 5.2 Differences in verbal behaviour based on the hinterland -- island/coast duality -- 5.3 Gender and perceived accommodation -- 6. Conclusions -- References -- Index
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992798779
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9789027265579
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Language variation - European Perspectives VI : selected papers from the Eighth International Conference on Language Variation in Europe (ICLaVE 8), Leipzig, May 2015, edited by Isabelle Buchstaller, Beat Siebenhaar
Publication
Note
"The International Conference for Language Variation in Europe (ICLaVE) addresses all aspects of linguistic variation observed in languages spoken in present-day Europe. The 8th ICLaVE conference took part from May 27th to May 29th at Leipzig University; Language Variation - European Perspectives VI showcases a selection of papers from the 8th International Conference on Language Variation (ICLaVE8)."
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Intro -- Language Variation -- European Perspectives VI -- Editorial page -- Title page -- LCC data -- Table of contents -- Introduction -- Scope of this volume -- Overview over individual chapters -- Plenaries -- Individual chapters -- References -- Plenaries -- Analytic and synthetic: Typological change in varieties of European languages -- 1. The macro-comparative perspective: Language typology and language contact -- 2. A short history of the analytic/synthetic terminology -- 3. Analytic/synthetic as a synchronic notion -- 4. Synthetic/analytic in diachrony -- 5. Analyticizations occur very commonly in creoles -- 5.1 Definite articles (APiCS 28, 9) -- 5.2 Indefinite articles (APiCS 29, 10) -- 5.3 Plural markers (APiCS 22, 23) -- 5.4 Genitive markers (APiCS 38, 37) -- 5.5 Personal pronouns in subject or possessor function (APiCS 62) -- 5.6 Accusative markers (APiCS 57) -- 5.7 Dative markers (APiCS 60, 61) -- 5.8 Future tense markers (cf. APiCS 48) -- 5.9 Past tense (or anterior) markers (APiCS 45) -- 5.10 Imperfective aspect markers (APiCS 46, 47, 48) -- 5.11 Causative construction -- 6. Analyticization is generally favoured by language-contact situations -- 7. Further examples of increased analyticity in European varieties -- 7.1 Increased analyticity in Afrikaans -- 7.2 Increased analyticity in Brazilian Portuguese -- 7.3 Increased analyticity in Bulgarian -- A case for clustering speakers and linguistic variables: Big issues with smaller samples in language variation -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Going big from small (samples) -- 3. Language variation in context -- 4. Addressing a big problem for variationist sociolinguistics -- 5. The missing link -- a sociolinguistic Higgs-Boson particle? -- 6. Individuals and groups in Bequia (St Vincent and the Grenadines) -- 7. Linguistic features in the Bequia corpus
  • 8. Clustering speakers with respect to multiple linguistic features -- 9. Where this takes us and where it leaves us -- References -- Dynamics, variation and the brain -- 1. Introduction -- 2. First type: Sound change proceeds one word at a time -- 2.1 Data and explanations -- 2.2 ... and the brain? -- 3. Second type: Sound change affects phonemes as a whole -- 3.1 Data and explanations -- 3.2 ... and the brain? -- 4. Conclusion -- Acknowledgements -- References -- Individual chapters -- Aggregate analysis of lexical variation in Galician -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Galician dialects -- 3. The data set -- 4. Results and commentary -- Acknowledgements -- References -- Inter-individual variation among young children growing up in a bidialectal community: The acquisition of dialect and standard Dutch vocabulary -- 1. Introduction: Bidialectism in the Dutch province of Limburg -- 2. Method -- 2.1 Participants and procedure -- 2.2 Measures -- 2.3 Parental questionnaire, and overview of participants and results -- 3. Results of the Limburgish Word Task -- 4. Relationship between the extent of dialect used in the LWT and the acquisition of Dutch vocabulary -- 5. Discussion and conclusion -- References -- The unruly dialect variant [a]: The case of the opening of ({u025B}) in the traditional Torsby dialect -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Background -- 3. Data -- 4. Dialect change in Torsby -- 5. The unruly [a] -- 6. Discussion -- Acknowledgements -- References -- Vowel raising and vowel deletion as sociolinguistic variables in Northern Greek -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Methodology and results -- 3. Conclusion -- Acknowledgements -- References -- Between local and standard varieties: Horizontal and vertical convergence and divergence of dialects in Southern Spain -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Dialect convergence and divergence in Castilian Spanish -- 2.1 Standard-dialect constellation
  • 2.2 Varieties -- 3. Linguistic constraints on cross-dialect variation -- 3.1 Mergers and demergers -- 3.2 Demerger of dental /????????/. A case of change from above -- 3.3 Erosive changes -- 3.4 Cross-dialect variation. Syllable-final /s/ -- 3.5 Near-Andalusian Castilian -- 4. Conclusion -- References -- Syntactic doubling and variation: The case of Romani -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Data and method -- 3. Results -- 3.1 Linguistic factors -- 3.2 Social factors -- 4. Discussion -- 4.1 The language contact hypothesis -- 4.2 Socio-linguistic account of the variation -- 5. Conclusion -- Acknowledgements -- References -- Variation in style: Register and lifestyle in Parisian French -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Data -- 3. Subject-verb inversion in wh-questions and subject doubling in French -- 4. Lifestyle and Bourdieu's sociocultural theory -- 5. Operationalization of lifestyle -- 5.1 Data reduction -- 5.2 Factor analysis -- 5.3 Cluster analysis -- 6. The effect of lifestyle and other social variables on inversion and doubling -- 6.1 Statistical results -- 6.2 Discussion -- References -- A corpus-based study of concessive conjunctions in three L1-varieties of English -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Three semantic types of concessives -- 3. Previous quantitative approaches and research questions -- 4. Data and methodology -- 5. Results -- 6. Summary and conclusion -- References -- Variation in the structure of conjunctions in Luxembourgish German in the 19th century: An interplay of language-internal and contact-induced variation -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Corpus and study design -- 3. Analysis -- 3.1 Im Fall(e)(,) dass/falls 'in case (that)' -- 3.2 Displacement of wann 'when' as conjunction -- 4. Conclusion -- Acknowledgements -- References -- Geolinguistic documentation of multilingual areas: VerbaAlpina and the challenges of digital humanities (DH) -- 1. Introduction
  • 2. VerbaAlpina -- the investigation of a multilingual region -- 2.1 The Alpine region as an area under investigation -- 2.2 A selective and analytical exploration of the Alpine region -- 2.3 The transition from traditional to modern geolinguistics -- 3. Methodology: How to combine different projects -- 3.1 Different projects with different aims -- 3.2 The structure of the map content -- 3.3 The conversion of the transcription systems -- 4. Conclusion -- Acknowledgements -- References -- Variation in Croatian: The verbal behaviour of rural speakers in an urban speech community -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Hypothesis and objectives -- 3. Method and problems of method -- 4. The controlled process of self-representation as an act of identity -- 5. Geographical markers as social markers -- 5.1 The dynamics of rural speakers' identity construction -- 5.2 Differences in verbal behaviour based on the hinterland -- island/coast duality -- 5.3 Gender and perceived accommodation -- 6. Conclusions -- References -- Index
Control code
992798779
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1 online resource
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9789027265579
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2017032191
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