2012/08/31 | 284
2012/08/31 | 221
2012/08/31 | 480
Euskal atzizkibide osoa euskal atzizkiak eta aurrizkiak ikasteko kontsulta- eta ariketa-liburua duzu.
- Euskaltzaindiaren azken gomendio eta erabakiak.
- Atzizki eta aurrizki guztiak banan-banan aztertuta.
- Hiztegi Batuaren azken erabakiak eta akatsik ohikoenak: 750 hitz oker eta hobetsitako 200 hitzetik gora.
- 5.000 ariketatik gora ebazpideekin.
2012/08/09 | 215
A detailed academic treatise of the history of nationality in Tatarstan. The book demonstrates how state collapse and national revival influenced the divergence of worldviews among ex-Soviet people in Tatarstan, where a political movement for sovereignty (1986-2000) had significant social effects, most saliently, by increasing the domains where people speak the Tatar language and circulating ideas associated with Tatar culture. Also addresses the question of how Russian Muslims experience quotidian life in the post-Soviet period. The only book-length ethnography in English on Tatars, Russia's second most populous nation, and also the largest Muslim community in the Federation, offers a major contribution to our understanding of how and why nations form and how and why they matter - and the limits of their influence, in the Tatar case.
2012/08/09 | 214
This book reassesses theoretical approaches to diglossia and code-switching in the light of empirical data from Egypt. The work is based on a corpus of monologues that includes political speeches, mosque sermons and university lectures.
Part one is a detailed analysis of the systems of negation, deixis, and mood marking in Modern Standard Arabic and Egyptian Colloquial Arabic, with an emphasis on the occurrence and frequency of composite structures in empirical data.
This analysis provides the basis for an extensive reassessment of theoretical approaches to code-switching in part two; this reappraisal in turn leads to a thorough analysis of the function of code switching in the Egyptian speech community, and of the factors which influence code choice, such as role of the speaker, audience, and subject matter.
- 2012/08/09 | 222
• Includes comprehensive treatment of markedness and second-position phenomena within Distributed Morphology
• Discusses synthesis of diverse existing cross-linguistic morphology research into a coherent and predictive theory
• Contains monograph-length treatment of an entire inflectional system
This comprehensive treatment of several phenomena in Distributed Morphology explores a number of topics of high relevance to current linguistic theory. It examines the structure of the syntactic and postsyntactic components of word formation, and the role of hierarchical, featural, and linear restrictions within the auxiliary systems of several varieties of Basque.
The postsyntactic component is modeled as a highly articulated system that accounts for what is shared and what exhibits variation across Basque dialects. The emphasis is on a principled ordering of postsyntactic operations based on their intrinsic properties, and on the relationship between representations in the Spellout component of grammar with other grammatical modules. The analyses in the book treat related phenomena in other languages and thereby have much to offer for a general morphology readership, as well as those interested in the syntax-morphology interface, the theory of Distributed Morphology, and Basque.
Keywords » Allomorphy - Basque dialects - Biscayan dialect - Clitic placement - Distributed Morphology - Lekeitio dialect - Morphological word - Morphosyntactic markedness - Ondarru dialect - Postsyntactic component - Syntax morphology - Word formation
Related subjects » Linguistics