The Oxford handbook of morphological theory / edited by Jenny Audring and Francesca Masini. [electronic resource]

Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2019.
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This volume is the first handbook devoted entirely to the multitude of frameworks adopted in the field of morphology. It offers critical discussions of the main theoretical issues in word formation and inflection, a detailed guide to each morphological theory, and explorations into the relationship between morphological theory and other fields.
Previous edition issued in print: 2018.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Description based on online resource; title from home page (viewed on January 7, 2019).
  • Introduction / Jenny Audring, Francesca Masini
  • Structuralism / Thomas Stewart
  • Early Generative Grammar / Pius Ten Hacken
  • Later Generative Grammer and beyond: Lexicalism / Fabio Montermini
  • Optimality Theory and Prosodic Morphology / Laura J. Downing
  • Distributed Morphology / Daniel Siddiqi
  • Minimalism in morphological theories / Antonio Fâabregas
  • Morphology in LFG and HPSG / Louisa Sadler, Rachel Nordlinger
  • Word Grammar Morphology / Nikolas Gisborne
  • Morphology in Cognitive Grammar / Ronald W. Langacker
  • A short history of morphological theory / Stephen R. Anderson
  • Natural Morphology / Livio Gaeta
  • Word and Paradigm Morphology / James P. Blevins, Farrell Ackerman, Rob Malouf
  • Paradigm Function Morphology / Gregory Stump
  • Network Morphology / Dunstan Brown
  • Construction Morphology / Francesca Masini, Jenny Audring
  • Canonical Typology / Oliver Bond
  • Morphological theory and synchronic variation / Angela Ralli
  • Morphological theory and diachronic change / Matthias Hèuning
  • Morphological theory and first language acquisition / Elma Blom
  • Theoretical issues in word formation / Rochelle Lieber
  • Morphological theory and psycholinguistics / Christina L. Gagnâe, Thomas Spalding
  • Morphological theory and neurolinguistics / Niels O. Schiller, Rinus G. Verdonschot
  • Morphological theory, computational linguistics, and word processing / Vito Pirrelli
  • Relational Morphology in the Parallel Architecture / Ray Jackendoff, Jenny Audring
  • Morphological theory and typology / Peter M. Arkadiev, Marian Klamer
  • Morphological theory and creole languages / Ana Luâis
  • Morphological theory and second language acquisition / John Archibald, Gary Libben
  • Morphological theory and sign languages / Donna Jo Napoli
  • Theoretical issues in inflection / Gregory Stump.
Other title(s)
  • Handbook of morphological theory
  • Morphological theory
  • 0-19-164630-X
  • 0-19-175102-2
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