WORD FORMATION

Volume 1. An International Handbook of the Languages of Europe

Peter O. Müller (Erlangen- Nürnberg, Alemania), Ingeborg Ohnheiser (Innsgruck, Austria), Susan Olsen (Berlín, Alemania) y Franz Reiner (Wien, Austria) – Editores

Berlín, Alemania. Walter de GRUYTER Press. ISBN. 9783110246247. Marzo de 2015. XXIVV, 802 págs. Encuadernado.

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Les ofrecemos el volumen nº 40/1 de la serie HANDBÜCHER ZUR SPRACH- UND KOMMUNIKATIONSWISSENSCHAFT / HANDBOOKS OF LINGUISTICCS AND COMMUNICATION SCIENCE (HSK 40/1). Podemos enviarles información sobre todos los volúmenes publicados y disponibles.

Este volumen constará de 5 partes, y aquí les ofrecemos la primera.

Tenemos ante nosotros, probablemente, el manual más completo sobre formación de palabras que se ha escrito nunca, y cuando se complete tendrá 207 artículos escritos por expertos de todo el mundo, con un variada serie de perspectivas: la formación de palabras como una disciplina lingüística (historia de la ciencia, conceptos teóricos) de unidades y procesos.

El capítulo final contiene 74 retratos de la formación de palabras en los idiomas individuales de Europa. El índice nos muestra, claramente, el alto interés y la calidad de esta magna obra, que creemos que no puede faltar en ningún departamento o biblioteca de lingüística. Hemos incluído ya el índice de los cinco volúmenes.

La segunda parte está planeada para junio de 2015, la tercera parte para julio de 2015 y la cuarta parte para enero de 2016. Todavía no hay fecha para la quinta parte.

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Extracto del índice:

Volume 1

Acknowledgements

Introduction

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 19th century · 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

14. The delimitation of derivation and inflection · Pavol Štekauer

15. Units of word-formation · Joachim Mugdan

16. Derivation · Andrew Spencer

17. Conversion · Salvador Valera

18. Backformation · Pavol Štekauer

19. Clipping · Anja Steinhauer

20. Composition · Susan Olsen

21. Blending · Bernhard Fradin

22. Incorporation · Jason D. Haugen

23. Particle-verb formation · Andrew McIntyre

24. Multi-word expressions · Matthias Hüning and Barbara Schlücker

25. Reduplication · Thomas Schwaiger

26. Word-creation · Elke Ronneberger-Sibold

27. Allomorphy · Wolfgang U. Dressler

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

28. Affective palatalization in Basque · José Ignacio Hualde

29. Parasynthesis in Romance · David Serrano-Dolader

30. Affix pleonasm · Francesco Gardani

31. Interfixes in Romance · Michel Roché

32. Linking elements in Germanic · Nanna Fuhrhop and Sebastian Kürschner

33. Synthetic compounds in German · Martin Neef

34. Verbal pseudo-compounds in German · Christian Fortmann

35. Particle verbs in Germanic · Nicole Dehé

36. Particle verbs in Romance · Claudio Iacobini

37. Particle verbs in Hungarian · Mária Ladányi

38. Noun-noun compounds in French · Pierre J. L. Arnaud

39. Verb-noun compounds in Romance · Davide Ricca

40. Co-compounds · Bernhard Wälchli

41. Multi-word units in French · Salah Mejri

42. Multi-word expressions and univerbation in Slavic · Olga Martincová

43. Compounds and multi-word expressions in Slavic · Ingeborg Ohnheiser

44. Paradigmatically determined allomorphy: the “participial stem” from Latin to Italian · Anna M. Thornton

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IV. Rules and restrictions in word-formation I:

General aspects

45. Rules, patterns and schemata in word-formation · Heike Baeskow

46. Word-formation and analogy · Sabine Arndt-Lappe

47. Productivity · Livio Gaeta and Davide Ricca

48. Restrictions in word-formation · Livio Gaeta

V. Rules and restrictions in word-formation II:

Special cases

49. Argument-structural restrictions on word-formation patterns · Holden Härtl

50. Phonological restrictions on English word-formation · Renate Raffelsiefen

51. Morphological restrictions on English word-formation · Lothar Peter

52. Semantic restrictions on word-formation: the English suffix -ee · Heike

Baeskow

53. Dissimilatory phenomena in French word-formation · Marc Plénat

54. Closing suffixes · Stela Manova

55. Closing suffix patterns in Russian · Dmitri Sitchinava

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VI. Semantics and pragmatics in word-formation I:

General aspects

56. Motivation, compositionality, idiomatization · Daniela Marzo

57. Word-formation and folk etymology · Sascha Michel

58. Categories of word-formation · Volkmar Lehmann

59. Schemata and semantic roles in word-formation · Hanspeter Ortner and

Lorelies Ortner

60. Word-formation and argument structure · Manfred Bierwisch

61. Word-formation and metonymy · Manfred Bierwisch

62. The pragmatics of word-formation · Lavinia Merlini Barbaresi

VII. Semantics and pragmatics in word-formation II:

Special cases

63. Noun-noun compounds · Christina L. Gagné and Thomas L. Spalding

64. Gender marking · Ursula Doleschal

65. Singulatives · Paolo Acquaviva

66. Collectives · Wiltrud Mihatsch

67. Action nouns · Maria Koptjevskaja-Tamm

68. Action nouns in Romance · Livio Gaeta

69. Verbal nouns in Celtic · Paul Russell

70. Nominalization in Hungarian · Tibor Laczkó

71. Result nouns · Chiara Melloni

72. Quality nouns · Franz Rainer

73. Status nouns · Hans Christian Luschützky

74. Agent and instrument nouns · Franz Rainer

75. Patient nouns · Susanne Mühleisen

76. Place nouns · Bogdan Szymanek

77. Intensification · Franz Rainer

78. Negation · Marisa Montero Curiel

79. Negation in the Slavic and Germanic languages · Jozef Pavlovič

80. Spatial and temporal relations in German word-formation · Ludwig M.

Eichinger

81. Adverbial categories · Davide Ricca

82. Denominal verbs · Andrew McIntyre

83. Valency-changing word-formation · Dieter Wunderlich

84. Word-formation and lexical aspect: deverbal verbs in Italian · Nicola

Grandi

85. Word-formation and aspect in Samoyedic · Beáta Wagner-Nagy

86. Verbal prefixation in Slavic: a minimalist approach · Petr Biskup and

Gerhild Zybatow

87. Denumeral categories · Bernhard Fradin

88. The semantics and pragmatics of Romance evaluative suffixes · Martin

Hummel

89. Morphopragmatics in Slavic · Alicja Nagórko

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Volume 3

VIII. Foreign word-formation, language planning and purism I:

General aspects

90. Types of foreign word-formation · Wieland Eins

91. Word-formation in Neo-Latin · Thomas Lindner and Franz Rainer

92. Foreign word-formation, language planning and purism · Wolfgang Pöckl

IX. Foreign word-formation, language planning and purism II:

Special cases

93. Foreign word-formation in German · Peter O. Müller

94. Foreign word-formation in English · Klaus Dietz

95. Foreign word-formation in Italian · Claudio Iacobini

96. Foreign word-formation in Polish · Krystyna Waszakowa

97. Word-formation and purism in German · Mechthild Habermann

98. Word-formation and purism in French · Petra Braselmann

99. Word-formation and purism in Croatian · Branko Tošović

100. Word-formation and language planning in Estonian · Virve Raag

101. Individual initiatives and concepts for expanding the lexicon in Russian ·

Wolfgang Eismann

X. Historical word-formation I: General aspects

102. Mechanisms and motives of change in word-formation · Franz Rainer

103. Change in productivity · Carmen Scherer

XI. Historical word-formation II: Special cases

104. Grammaticalization in German word-formation · Mechthild Habermann

105. The grammaticalization of prepositions in French word-formation · Dany

Amiot

106. The Romance adverbs in -mente: a case study in grammaticalization · Ulrich

Detges

107. Grammaticalization in Slavic word-formation · Krystyna Kleszczowa

108. The origin of suffixes in Romance · David Pharies

XII. Historical word-formation III: Language sketches

109. Historical word-formation in German · Peter O. Müller

110. Historical word-formation in English · Klaus Dietz

111. From Latin to Romance · Éva Buchi and Jean-Paul Chauveau

112. From Latin to Romanian · Marina Rădulescu Sala

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113. From Old French to Modern French · Franz Rainer and Claude Buridant

114. From Old Irish to Modern Irish · David Stifter

115. Historical word-formation in Slavic · Swetlana Mengel

116. From Ancient Greek to Modern Greek · Io Manolessou and Angela Ralli

117. The history of word-formation in Uralic · Johanna Laakso

118. From Old Hungarian to Modern Hungarian · Tamás Forgács

119. Historical word-formation in Turkish · Claus Schönig

XIII. Word-formation in language acquisition and aphasia

120. Word-formation in first language acquisition · Hilke Elsen and Karin

Schlipphak

121. Word-formation in second language acquisition · Cornelia Tschichold and

Pius ten Hacken

122. Word-formation in aphasia · Carlo Semenza and Sara Mondini

XIV. Word-formation and language use

123. Word-formation and text · Anja Seiffert

124. Word-formation and brand names · Elke Ronneberger-Sibold

125. Word-formation and planned languages · Klaus Schubert

126. Word-formation and sign languages · Ronnie B. Wilbur

127. Word-formation and technical languages · Ivana Bozděchová

128. Word-formation and literature · Peter Handler

129. Word-formation and orthography · Hannelore Poethe

130. Word-formation and visuality · Lorelies Ortner

XV. Tools in word-formation research

131. Dictionaries · Renate Belentschikow

132. Corpora · Ulrich Heid

133. Internet · Georgette Dal and Fiammetta Namer

Volume 4

XVI. Word-formation in the individual European languages

Indo-European

Germanic

134. German · Irmhild Barz

135. English · Ingo Plag

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136. Dutch · Geert Booij

137. Frisian · Jarich F. Hoekstra

138. Yiddish · Simon Neuberg

139. Faroese · Hjalmar P. Petersen

140. Danish · Hans Götzsche

141. Norwegian · John Ole Askedal

142. Swedish · Kristina Kotcheva

143. Icelandic · Þorsteinn G. Indriðason

Romance

144. Portuguese · Bernhard Pöll

145. Spanish · Franz Rainer

146. Catalan · Maria Teresa Cabré Castellví

147. French · Franck Floricic

148. Ladin · Heidi Siller-Runggaldier

149. Sardinian · Immacolata Pinto

150. Italian · Franz Rainer

151. Romanian · Maria Grossmann

Celtic

152. Breton · Elmar Ternes

153. Welsh · Paul Russell

154. Irish · Brian Ó Curnáin

Slavic

155. Upper Sorbian · Anja Pohontsch

156. Polish · Alicja Nagórko

157. Kashubian · Edward Breza

158. Czech · Ivana Bozděchová

159. Slovak · Martina Ivanová and Martin Ološtiak

160. Ukrainian · Ievgeniia Karpilovska

161. Belarusian · Alâksandr Lukašanec

162. Russian · Igor’ S. Uluhanov

163. Slovene · Irena Stramljič Breznik

164. Croatian · Mario Grčević

165. Serbian · Božo Ćorić

166. Bosnian · Branko Tošović

167. Bulgarian · Cvetanka Avramova and Julia Baltova

168. Macedonian · Lidija Arizankovska

Map of languages

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Volume 5

Baltic

169. Lithuanian · Bonifacas Stundžia

170. Latvian · Agnė Navickaitė-Klišauskienė

Albanian

171. Albanian · Monica Genesin and Joachim Matzinger

Greek

172. Greek · Angela Ralli

Indo-Iranian

173. Ossetic · David Erschler

174. Tat · Gilles Authier

Uralic

175. Nenets · Beáta Wagner-Nagy

176. Finnish · Kaarina Pitkänen-Heikkilä

177. Estonian · Krista Kerge

178. Permic · László Fejes

179. Mari · Timothy Riese

180. Mordvinic · Sándor Maticsák

181. Hungarian · Ferenc Kiefer

Basque

182. Basque · Xabier Artiagoitia, José Ignacio Hualde and Jon Ortiz de Urbina

Semitic

183. Maltese · Joseph Brincat and Manwel Mifsud

Turkic

184. Turkish · Jens Wilkens

185. Bashkir · Gulnara Iskandarova

186. Tatar · László Károly

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187. Crimean Tatar · Henryk Jankowski

188. Gagauz · Astrid Menz

189. Karaim · Éva Á. Csató

190. Chuvash · Galina N. Semenova and Alena M. Ivanova

Mongolic

191. Kalmyk · Danara Suseeva

Northwest Caucasian

192. Abkhaz · Viacheslav A. Chirikba

193. Adyghe · Yury Lander

194. Kabardian · Ranko Matasović

Northeast Caucasian

195. Rutul · Mikhail Alekseyev

196. Budugh · Gilles Authier and Adigözel Haciyev

197. Udi · Wolfgang Schulze

198. Aghul · Timur Maisak and Dmitry Ganenkov

199. Archi · Marina Chumakina

200. Khinalug · Wolfgang Schulze

201. Lak · Wolfgang Schulze

202. Dargwa · Nina Sumbatova

203. Bezhta · Madzhid Khalilov and Zaira Khalilova

204. Botlikh · Mikhail Alekseyev

205. Akhwakh · Denis Creissels

206. Avar · Madzhid Khalilov and Zaira Khalilova

207. Khwarshi · Zaira Khalilova

Subject index

Map of languages

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