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Title
Extra-grammatical morphology in English Extra-grammatical morphology in English :
Type
Text
Language
English
Illustrative Content
illustrations
Classification
LCC: PE1171 .M28 2013 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 425/.9 full (Assigner: dlc)
Identified By
Lccn: 2012533508
Content
text (Source: rdacontent)
Table Of Contents
Introduction. Data; Lexical status of items ; Key references ; Organisation of the work
The theoretical framework. Extra-grammatical formations in generative morphology ; Extra-grammatical formations in naturalness theory; Natural morphology; Natural phonology ; Extra-grammatical morphology; Extra-grammatical vs. expressive morphology; Extra-grammatical vs. marginal morphology; Extra-grammatical vs. grammatical morphology; Grammaticality and regularity of extra-grammatical morphology; Extra-grammaticality and language change; Fundamental notions; Definition and properties of extra-grammatical morphology
Abbreviations. Definition, delimitation, and classification; Definition of clipping; Delimitation : clipping vs. other processes; Classification and structure of clippings; Definition of acronyms and initialisms; Delimitation : acronyms and initialisms vs. other processes; Classification of acronyms and initialisms; Acronyms and initialisms : further remarks ; Abbreviations as extra-grammatical phenomena; Irregularities in abbreviations; Regularities in abbreviations; Predictability in abbreviations; Criteria of well-formedness
Blends. Definition, delimitation, and classification; Definition and main features; Delimitation : Blending vs. other processes; Classification and structure of blends; Blends : further remarks ; Blending as an extra-grammatical phenomenon; Irregularities in blends; Regularities in blends; Predictability in blends; Criteria of well-formedness
Reduplicatives. Definition, delimitation, and classification; Definition; Delimitation : reduplication vs. other processes; Classification and structure of reduplicatives ; Reduplication as an extra-grammatical phenomenon; Irregularities in reduplicatives; Regularities in reduplicatives; Predictability in reduplicatives; Criteria of well-formedness
Minor phenomena. Back-formation : definition, delimitation, and classification; Definition; Delimitation : back-formation vs. other processes; Classification and structure of back-formed words ; Back-formation as an extra-grammatical phenomenon; Irregularities in back-formation; Regularities in back-formation; Predictability in back-formation; Criteria of well-formedness ; Infixation : definition, delimitation, and classification; Definition; Delimitation : infixation vs. other processes; Classification of infixes ; Infixation as an extra-grammatical phenomenon; Irregularities in infixation; Regularities in infixation; Predictability in infixation; Criteria of well-formedness ; Phonaesthemes : definition, delimitation, and classification; Definition; Delimitation : Phonaesthemes vs. other morpho(no)logical concepts; Classification of phonaesthemes ; Phonaesthemes as an extra-grammatical phenomenon; Irregularities in phonaesthemes; Criteria for identification
Extra-grammatical formations in use. Principles of contextual suitability ; Typical contexts and domains ; Contextualising extra-grammatical phenomena; Clippings; Acronyms and initialisms; Blends; Reduplicatives; Back-formation, infixation, and phonaesthemes
Conclusions
Notes
References. Sources for data
Lexical index
Subject index.
Authorized Access Point
Mattiello, Elisa. Extra-grammatical morphology in English