5 edition of Issues in Austronesian historical phonology found in the catalog.
by Pacific Linguistics, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University in Canberra, A.C.T
Written in English
|Statement||edited by John Lynch.|
|Series||Pacific linguistics ;, 550|
|Contributions||Lynch, John, 1943-, Australian National University. Pacific Linguistics., International Conference on Austronesian Linguistics (9th : 2002 : Australian National University), International Conference on Oceanic Linguistics (5th : 2002 : Australian National University)|
|LC Classifications||PL5031 .I87 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 227 p. :|
|Number of Pages||227|
|LC Control Number||2004426664|
Sander Adelaar studied Indonesian languages and cultures and Austronesian linguistics at Leiden University, where he also lectured. He was a research fellow in Linguistics at the Australian National University and a Humboldt Fellow at Goethe University (Frankfurt) before coming to the University of Melbourne. His research includes comparative and descriptive linguistics with emphasis on. The Phonology and Syntax of Palauan Verb Affixes. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Working Papers in Linguistics [Electronic copy exists.] Woolford, Ellen. Object Agreement in Palauan: Specificity, Humanness, Economy and Optimality. In Ileana Paul, Vivianne Phillips, and Lisa Travis (eds.), Formal Issues in Austronesian Linguistics.
morphology, syntax, the history of scholarship on Austronesian languages, and a critical assessment of the reconstruction of Proto Austronesian phonology. Robert Blust is a professor in the Department of Linguistics at the University of Hawaii. He has authored over publications, mostly in the field of Austronesian. Comparative Austronesian Dictionary: An Introduction to Austronesian Studies, Part 1, Volume 1 Darrell T. Tryon Walter de Gruyter, - Language Arts & Disciplines - pages.
PROBLEMS OF COMPARATIVE AUSTRONESIAN This development is regular, both on the plane of diachronic phonology: maintenance of relevant oppositions, maintenance of the numbe of separate phonemes, `transposition of correlations', and also on th. plane of historical phonetics: identical treatment of all the sound articulated to the same manner Cited by: Title [Books] Phonology Exercises Answers Introduction To Language Author: Subject: Download Phonology Exercises Answers Introduction To Language - Phonology Practice Exercises Linguistics Tongan Tongan is an Austronesian language which is spoken by about , people, primarily in the south Pacific, in places such as Tonga, American Samoa and Fiji .
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Get this from a library. Issues in Austronesian historical phonology. [John Lynch; Australian National University. Pacific Linguistics.;] -- Ten papers given at the ninth International Conference on Austronesian Linguistics held in Canberra in January They cover the area of Austronesian historical phonology and it is hoped that they.
John Lynch, ed. Issues in Austronesian Historical Phonology. PL Canberra: Pacific Linguistics. vii + pp. ISBN 0- Aus$, paper. This book contains ten articles originally presented at the Ninth International Con-ference on Austronesian Linguistics and the Fifth International Conference on Oce.
The chapters in Part 2 ('sound change') examine issues in the historical phonology of Austronesian languages. Those in Part 3 ('grammatical change and typology') deal with morphological and syntactic reconstruction at various levels, from Proto Austronesian down. Methodological and substantive issues in 5/5(1).
John Lynch, ed. Issues in Austronesian Historical Phonology. PL Canberra: Paci²c Linguistics. vii + pp. ISBN 0- Aus$, paper. This book contains ten articles originally presented at the Ninth International Conference on Austronesian Linguistics and the Fifth International Conference on Oceanic Linguistics held at Australian National University in.
Review of: Issues in Austronesian historical phonology. John Lynch ed. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics (Australian National University), Austronesian roots to be disyllabic), a nd allowing for free and register-conditioned allomorphic variation.
Wolff’s short article (13 pages) is a pleasu re to read and cou ld. appear as separate thematic books. This one is the first, and contains ten papers on diachronic change in Austronesian phonologies. It is sometimes hard to justify to one’s library the expense of a large conference proceedings when only a few chapters are of interest.
Publishing specialized volumes solves this problem, so I thank the. MALCOLM ROSS (@) is an Emeritus Professor with the Australian National Un iversity.
He specializes in Austronesian and Papuan historical linguistics, as well as wider issues in historical linguistics, particularly methodology and contact-induced Size: 4MB.
This book brings together new work on Austronesian historical linguistics and culture history to honour Robert Blust.
The memoirs in Part 1 reflect on Blust’s groundbreaking contributions to these fields over the last 40 years. The remaining 26 chapters contain contributions by leading Austronesianists on a wide range of topics that broadly match Blust’s own research interests. Publisher: Pacific Linguistics, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National UniversityAuthor: John D.
Lynch. Austronesian Historical Linguistics and Culture History Article in Annual Review of Anthropology 22(1) November with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Austronesian languages have long raised fascinating questions for generative theories of syntax and morphology.
The papers in this amount embody a couple of of those typical questions and place them in newer theoretical contexts. This book presents a comprehensive and critical overview of historical phonology as it stands today.
Scholars from around the world consider and advance research in every aspect of the field. In doing so they demonstrate the continuing vitality and some continuing themes of one of the oldest sub-disciplines of linguistics. The book is divided into six parts.
One such volume, on Austronesian historical phonology, has already been published by Pacific Linguistics as Issues in Austronesian historical phonology by John Lynch. The present volume represents another such compilation. It contains an introduction by the editors and ten papers on voice in Austronesian languages which provide Format: Paperback.
Phonology Practice Exercises Linguistics Tongan Tongan is an Austronesian language which is spoken by aboutpeople, primarily in the south Pacific, in places such as Tonga, American Samoa and Fiji. There are also a few speakers in North America,File Size: 1MB.
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Honolulu: University of Hawai‘i Press. Sign language endangerment. In The deaf studies encyclopedia, ed. by Patrick Boudreault, Genie Gertz, and J. Geoffrey Golson. New York: Sage Publishing. BOOKS Austronesian languages, formerly Malayo-Polynesian languages, family of languages spoken in most of the Indonesian archipelago; all of the Philippines, Madagascar, and the island groups of the Central and South Pacific (except for Australia and much of New Guinea); much of Malaysia; and scattered areas of Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, and terms of the number of its languages and of their.
Tagalog, Cebuano, Ilokano, Chamorro, Malay, Old Malay, Javanese, Old Javanese, Indonesian, Niases, Loniu, and Niuean are some of the languages discussed in the study.
The essays explore the issues of ergativity in Western Austronesian languages, historical morphology, phonology, phonetics and morphophonemics.
the Austronesian language family in its entirety. Topics covered include: the physical and cultural background, official and national languages, largest and smallest languages in all major geographical regions, language contact, sound systems, linguistic palaeontology, morphology, syntax, the history of scholarship on Austronesian languages Cited by: Pacific Linguistics books in print: the full catalogue of in-print titles, with further details about each work, can be downloaded here.
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My library. It is up to future scholars to delve deeper into these issues. John Wolff's Proto-Austronesian phonology with glossary will undoubtedly be of value to them and to anyone else concerned with Austronesian linguistics, although--perhaps--not in isolation from other field-specific literature.
DOI: / References.Formal issues in Austronesian linguistics by Lisa deMena Travis; 2 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Austronesian, Comparative and general Grammar, Grammar.