Syntactic Change and Syntactic Reconstruction: A Tagmemic Approach

Statement of Responsibility:
Costello, John R
Series Issue:
68
Date:
1983
Publisher:
Summer Institute of Linguistics and the University of Texas at Arlington
Publisher Place:
Dallas
Part Of Series:
Summer Institute of Linguistics Publications in Linguistics 68
Extent:
xxvii, 79 pages
Publication Status:
Published
Table of Contents:

Preface
Acknowledgments
Abbreviations and Symbols
Introduction

  1. The Tagmeme, the Syntagmeme, and Comparative Reconstruction
  • 1.1 The Tagmeme
  • 1.2 The Syntagmeme
  • 1.3 Excursus: Horizontal and Vertical Etic Units
  • 1.4 Comparative Reconstruction

  • Tagmemic and Syntagmemic Change
    • 2.1 One-to-one Replacement
    • 2.2 Merger
    • 2.3 Split
    • 2.4 Amorphous Loss or Disappearance
    • 2.5 Amorphous Gain or Increment

  • Tagmemic, Syntagmemic, Allotagmatic, and Allosyntagmatic Reconstruction
    • 3.1 One-to-one Replacement
    • 3.2 Merger
    • 3.3 Split
    • 3.4 Amorphous Loss or Disappearance
    • 3.5 Amorphous Gain or Increment

  • Syntactosemantic Reconstruction
    • 4.1 Tagmemic
    • 4.2 Syntagmemic
    Content Language:
    Work Type:
    Subject:
    Tagmemic Theory
    Language change
    Comparative and historical studies
    Nature of Work:
    Entry Number:
    8519