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Mod­u­lar design of gram­mar: lin­guis­tics on the edge
BuchcoverMod­u­lar design of gram­mar: Lin­guis­tics on the edge presents the cut­ting edge of research on lin­guis­tic mod­ules and inter­faces in Lex­i­cal-Func­tion­al Gram­mar (LFG). LFG has a high­ly mod­u­lar design that mod­els the lin­guis­tic sys­tem as a set of dis­creet sub­mod­ules that include, among oth­ers, con­stituent struc­ture, func­tion­al struc­ture, argu­ment struc­ture, seman­tic struc­ture, and prosod­ic struc­ture, with each mod­ule hav­ing its coher­ent prop­er­ties and being relat­ed to each oth­er by cor­re­spon­dence func­tions. Fol­low­ing a detailed intro­duc­tion, Part I scru­ti­nis­es the nature of lin­guis­tic struc­tures, inter­faces and rep­re­sen­ta­tions in LFG’s archi­tec­ture and ontol­ogy. Parts II and III are con­cerned with prob­lems, analy­ses and gen­er­al­i­sa­tions asso­ci­at­ed with lin­guis­tic phe­nom­e­na which are of long-stand­ing the­o­ret­i­cal sig­nif­i­cance, includ­ing agree­ment, rec­i­p­ro­cals, pos­ses­sives, reflex­ives, rais­ing, sub­ject­hood, and rel­a­tivi­sa­tion, demon­strat­ing how these phe­nom­e­na can be nat­u­ral­ly account­ed for with­in LFG’s mod­u­lar archi­tec­ture. Part IV explores issues of the syn­chron­ic and diachron­ic dynam­ics of syn­tac­tic cat­e­gories in gram­mar, such as unlike cat­e­go­ry coor­di­na­tion, fuzzy cat­e­go­r­i­al edges, and con­se­quences of decat­e­go­ri­al­iza­tion, pro­vid­ing explic­it LFG solu­tions to such prob­lems includ­ing those which result from lan­guage change in progress. The final part re-exam­ines and refines the pre­cise rep­re­sen­ta­tions and inter­faces of syn­tax with mor­phol­o­gy, seman­tics and prag­mat­ics to account for chal­leng­ing facts such as sus­pend­ed affix­a­tion, prosody in mul­ti­ple ques­tion word inter­rog­a­tives and infor­ma­tion struc­ture, anaphor­ic depen­den­cies, and idioms.
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Rout­ledge hand­book of counter-nar­ra­tives
BuchcoverRout­ledge Hand­book of Counter-Nar­ra­tives is a land­mark vol­ume pro­vid­ing stu­dents, uni­ver­si­ty lec­tur­ers, and prac­ti­tion­ers with a com­pre­hen­sive and struc­tured guide to the major top­ics and trends of research on counter-nar­ra­tives. The con­cept of counter-nar­ra­tives cov­ers resis­tance and oppo­si­tion as told and framed by indi­vid­u­als and social groups. Counter-nar­ra­tives are sto­ries impact­ing on social set­tings that stand opposed to (per­ceived) dom­i­nant and pow­er­ful mas­ter-nar­ra­tives. In sum, the con­tri­bu­tions in this hand­book sur­vey how counter-nar­ra­tives unfold pow­er to shape and change var­i­ous fields. Fields inves­ti­gat­ed in this hand­book are orga­ni­za­tions and pro­fes­sion­al set­tings, issues of edu­ca­tion, strug­gles and con­cepts of iden­ti­ty and belong­ing, the polit­i­cal field, as well as lit­er­a­ture and ide­ol­o­gy. The hand­book is framed by a com­pre­hen­sive intro­duc­tion as well as a sum­ma­riz­ing chap­ter pro­vid­ing an out­look on future research avenues. Its direct and clear appeal will sup­port uni­ver­si­ty learn­ing and prompt both stu­dents and researchers to fur­ther inves­ti­gate the are­na of nar­ra­tive research.
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