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TitleYearbook of Morphology 1997 [electronic resource] / edited by Geert Booij, Jaap Van Marle
ImprintDordrecht : Springer Netherlands : Imprint: Springer, 1998
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Descript VI, 309 p. online resource


Interest in morphology has revived in recent years and the Yearbook of Morphology has provided great support for this revival, with its articles on topics that are central to the current theoretical debates. The Yearbook of Morphology 1997 focuses on the relationship between morphology and other modules of the grammar, especially phonology, syntax and semantics. Among the basic questions discussed are: how does morphology differ from other modules of the grammar, syntax in particular? What are the possible forms of interaction between the modules? How does semantics constrain formal variation in morphology? The evidence adduced is derived from a variety of languages. Audience: Theoretical, descriptive and historical linguists, morphologists, phonologists, and psycholinguists


How lexical semantics constrains inflectional allomorphy -- Verbalizing suffixes and the structure of the Polish verb -- The morphosyntactic reality of phonological form -- Prosodic misalignment and reduplication -- The theoretical status of morphologically conditioned phonology: a case study of dominance effects -- The interaction of noun incorporation and applicative formation in Ainu -- Cyclic and noncyclic phonological effects in a declarative grammar -- Theโ{128}{153}polysemy of -ize derivatives: On the role of semantics in word formation -- Morphology-syntax interface: A-N compounds vs. A-N constructs in Modern Greek -- Complex denominal verbs in German and the morphology-semantics interface -- Book Notices

Linguistics Historical linguistics Phonology Psycholinguistics Semantics Syntax Linguistics Phonology Psycholinguistics Semantics Syntax Historical Linguistics


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