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Form and Meaning in Word Formation: A Study of Afrikaans Reduplication (Cambridge Studies in Linguistics) ePub download

by Rudolf P. Botha

  • Author: Rudolf P. Botha
  • ISBN: 052102613X
  • ISBN13: 978-0521026130
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  • Language: English
  • Category: Foreign Language Study & Reference
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press; Reissue edition (April 27, 2006)
  • Pages: 200
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Form and Meaning in Word Formation: A Study of Afrikaans Reduplication (Cambridge Studies in Linguistics) ePub download

This study of reduplication in Afrikaans provides a unified and principled analysis of an unusual and highly complex word formation process, shedding new light on the scope and content of various fundamental lexicalist principles of word formation.

This study of reduplication in Afrikaans provides a unified and principled analysis of an unusual and highly complex word formation process, shedding new light on the scope and content of various fundamental lexicalist principles of word formation. Series: Cambridge Studies in Linguistics.

A Study of Afrikaans Reduplication. This study of reduplication in Afrikaans provides a unified and principled analysis of an unusual and highly complex word formation process, shedding new light on the scope and content of various fundamental lexicalist principles of word formation.

This study provides a unified analysis of reduplication, a highly complex word formation process, in Afrikaans. Furthermore, Botha shows that neither special conceptual structures nor even standard reduplication proc This study provides a unified analysis of reduplication, a highly complex word formation process, in Afrikaans

This study provides a unified analysis of reduplication, a highly complex word formation process, in Afrikaans. Furthermore, Botha shows that neither special conceptual structures nor even standard reduplication procedures are needed to interpret Afrikaans reduplication, thus supporting recent work in cognition by Ray Jackendoff and other scholars

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This study of reduplication in Afrikaans provides a unified and principledanalysis of an unusual and highly complex word formation process, sheddingnew light on the scope and content of various fundamental of word formation.

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Series Statement: Cambridge studies in linguistics. Supplementary volume. Botha, Rudolf P. Galilean analysis of Afrikaans reduplication. Uniform Title: Cambridge studies in linguistics. Bibliography, etc. Note: Bibliography: p. -184. General Note: Includes index. Personal Name: Botha, Rudolf P.

Автор: Rudolf P. Botha Название: Form and Meaning in Word Formation Издательство .

This study provides a unified analysis of reduplication, a highly complex word formation process, in Afrikaans. Botha concludes that the reduplication principles at work in Afrikaans are not unique to that tongue and, in fact, that they are used by many other languages. Furthermore, Botha shows that neither special conceptual structures nor even standard reduplication procedures are needed to interpret Afrikaans reduplication, thus supporting recent work in cognition by Ray Jackendoff and other scholars. The book's analysis provides concrete illustration of Galilean linguistic inquiry at work in the study of word formation and meaning. Botha's study is theoretically and methodologically advanced and will be as interesting for its arguments as for its findings in the fields of morphology, word formation, and semantics.
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