Sounds, Words, Texts and Change : Selected papers from 11 ICEHL, Santiago de Compostela, 7-11 September 2000. Volume 2.Publisher: Philadelphia : John Benjamins Publishing Company, 2002Copyright date: ©2002Description: 1 online resource (320 pages)Content type:
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Sounds, Words, Text and Change -- Editorial page -- Title page -- LCC data -- Table of contents -- Addresses -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- Linguistic accommodation -- Style evolution in the English sermon -- Lexical bundles in Early Modern English dialogues -- Changing documentation in the Third Edition of the Oxford English Dictionary -- A linguistic history of advertising, 1700-1890 -- Ebb and flow -- Wreak, wrack, rack, and (w)ruin -- When did English begin? -- What's afoot with word-final C? -- Dan Michel -- Historical discourse analysis -- Key issues in English etymology -- The dialectology of 'English' north of the Humber, c. 1380-1500 -- Name index -- Subject index -- Current Issues in Linguistic Theory.
This volume and its companion one (English Historical Syntax and Morphology, CILT 223) offer a selection of papers from the Eleventh International Conference on English Historical Linguistics held at the University of Santiago de Compostela. From the rich programme (over 130 papers were given during the conference), the present thirteen papers were carefully selected to reflect the state of current research in the field of English historical linguistics. The areas represented in the volume are lexis and semantics, text-types, historical sociolinguistics and dialectology, and phonology. Many of the articles tackle questions of change and linguistic periodization through the use of methodological tools like corpora, linguistic atlases, thesauri and historical dictionaries. The theoretical frameworks adopted include, among others, multi-dimensional analysis, systemic-functional grammar, Communication Accommodation Theory, historical discourse analysis and Optimality Theory.
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