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The Slavic Languages (Cambridge Language Surveys)

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This edition published in by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge, UK.

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658 pages

xix, 638 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.

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SLAVIC LANGUAGES

First published in 2006



The Slavic Languages (Cambridge Language Surveys)

This edition published in by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge, UK.


Edition Description

xix, 638 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.

Table of Contents

Contents … ix
Preface … xvii
Acknowledgements … xix
0. INTRODUCTION
— 0.1 Survey … 1
— 0.2 The Slavic languages in the world … 1
— 0.3 Languages, variants, and nomenclature … 2
— 0.4 Languages, polities and speakers … 8
— 0.5 Genetic classification and typology … 9
— 0.6 The linguistics of Slavic: empirical and theoretical characteristics … 10
— 0.7 Organization … 13
— 0.8 Outline … 17
1. LINGUISTIC EVOLUTION, GENETIC AFFILIATION AND CLASSIFICATION
— 1.1 The Slavs: prehistory … 19
— 1.2 Slavic in Indo-European … 21
— 1.3 Proto-Slavic … 25
— 1.4 The sub-division of Slavic … 42
— 1.5 South Slavic … 43
— 1.6 East Slavic … 46
— 1.7 West Slavic … 54
— 1.8 Overview … 58
2. SOCIO-HISTORICAL EVOLUTION
— 2.1 The socio-historical context … 60
— 2.2 South Slavic … 62
— 2.3 East Slavic … 79
— 2.4 West Slavic … 89
— 2.5 Overview … 105
3. PHONOLOGY
— 3.1 Introduction … 110
— 3.2 Historical evolution and modern equivalences … 110
— 3.3 Modern vowel systems … 153
— 3.4 Modern consonant systems … 163
— 3.5 Suprasegmentals … 177
4. MORPHOPHONOLOGY
— 4.1 Overview … 192
— 4.2 Vowel alternations … 193
— 4.3 Consonant alternations … 201
— 4.4 Combined vowel and consonant alternations … 206
— 4.5 Morphological typology of alternations … 208
— 4.6 Underlying forms and derivational rules … 214
— 4.7 Morphophonology and Slavic orthographies … 215
5. MORPHOLOGY: INFLEXION
— 5.1 Overview … 217
— 5.2 Morphological categories and structures … 217
— 5.3 Morphological word-classes … 220
— 5.4 Inflexional categories … 222
— 5.5 Paradigms … 248
6. SYNTACTIC CATEGORIES AND MORPHOSYNTAX
— 6.1 Syntactic units … 309
— 6.2 Syntactic roles and relations … 318
— 6.3 Aspect … 342
7. SENTENCE STRUCTURE
— 7.1 Sentence structure: overview … 347
— 7.2 More complex constructions … 371
— 7.3 Specific construction types … 389
— 7.4 Word order … 404
— 7.5 Syntactic pragmatics: Functional Sentence Perspective … 417
8. WORD FORMATION
— 8.1 Types of word formation … 421
— 8.2 Word formation and nouns … 431
— 8.3 Word formation and verbs … 441
— 8.4 Word formation and adjectives … 451
— 8.5 Word formation and adverbs … 462
— 8.6 Word formation and other parts of speech … 465
9. LEXIS
— 9.1 Patterns of lexis … 472
— 9.2 Lexical composition and sources in the modern Slavic languages … 473
— 9.3 Coexistent lexical strata … 477
— 9.4 Root implementation and exploitation … 480
— 9.5 Lexical innovation: indigenous lexical resources … 483
— 9.6 Lexical innovation: external influence … 490
— 9.7 Lexis after Communism … 494
— 9.8 Slavic on the Internet … 497
10. DIALECTS
— 10.1 Overview … 499
— 10.2 Dialects of South Slavic … 502
— 10.3 Dialects of East Slavic … 513
— 10.4 Dialects of West Slavic … 526
— 10.5 Dialects: summary … 543
11. SOCIOLINGUISTIC ISSUES
— 11.1 The sociolinguistics of the Slavic languages … 544
— 11.2 Language definition and autonomy … 544
— 11.3 Standard written and spoken variants … 551
— 11.4 Sociolectal variation … 563
— 11.5 Bilingualism and diglossia … 572
— 11.6 The Slavic languages abroad … 577
Appendix A: Abbreviations … 586
A.1 Language names … 586
A.2 Linguistic terms … 587
Appendix B: Orthography and transliteration … 590
B.1 Diacritics and symbols … 590
B.2 Orthographical systems … 592
Appendix C: Slavic linguistics: resources … 600
C.1 Overview … 600
C.2 Journals … 600
C.3 Conferences … 601
C.4 Monographs … 601
C.5 Electronic networks and resources … 602
Bibliography … 603
Index … 621

Classifications

Library of Congress
PG41 .S85 2006

The Physical Object

Format
Hardcover
Pagination
xix, 638 p.
Number of pages
658
Dimensions
8.8 x 6.1 x 2 inches
Weight
2.6 pounds

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL7733511M
Internet Archive
slaviclanguagesc00suss_194
ISBN 10
0521223156
ISBN 13
9780521223157
LC Control Number
2006299917
OCLC/WorldCat
56643252, 249660761
Goodreads
4563607

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