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【每日书讯】Usage-based and Typological Approaches to Linguistic Units等2则书讯

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今日推出2则书讯:①2021最新专著Usage-based and Typological Approaches to Linguistic Units;②2020年前沿新著Re-Assessing Modalising Expressions: Categories, co-text, and context

Usage-based and Typological Approaches to Linguistic Units等2则书讯



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①2021最新专著Usage-based and Typological Approaches to Linguistic Units

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②2020年前沿新著Re-Assessing Modalising Expressions: Categories, co-text, and context


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【书名】:Usage-based and Typological Approaches to Linguistic Units

【作者】:Tsuyoshi Ono et al. (eds.)

【年份】:2021

【简介】:基于使用和类型学研究框架的论文集

The chapters in this volume focus on how we might understand the concept of ‘unit’ in human languages. It is an analytical notion that has been widely adopted by linguists of various theoretical and applied orientations but has recently been critically examined by both typologically oriented and interactional linguistics. This volume contributes to and extends this discussion by examining the nature of units in actual usage in a range of genetically and typologically unrelated languages, English, Finnish, Indonesian, Japanese, and Mandarin, engaging with fundamental theoretical issues. The chapters show that categories originally created for the description of Indo-European languages have limited usefulness if our goal is to understand the nature of human language in general. The authors thus question the status of traditionally accepted linguistic units, especially their static understanding as a priori entities, and suggest instead that an emergent and interactional view of both structure and function offers a better fit with the data from the languages examined. Originally published as special issue 43:2 (2019) of Studies in Language.

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【书名】:Re-Assessing Modalising Expressions: Categories, co-text, and context

【作者】:Pascal Hohaus, Rainer Schulze 

【年份】:2020

【简介】:Mood, modality and evidentiality are popular and dynamic areas in linguistics. Re-Assessing Modalising Expressions – Categories, co-text, and context focuses on the specific issue of the ways language users express permission, obligation, volition (intention), possibility and ability, necessity and prediction linguistically.

Using a range of evidence and corpus data collected from different sources, the authors of this volume examine the distribution and functions of a range of patterns involving modalising expressions as predominantly found in standard American English, British English or Hong Kong English, but also in Japanese. The authors are particularly interested in addressing (co-)textual manifestations of modalising expressions as well as their distribution across different text-types and thus filling a gap research was unable to plug in the past. Thoughts on categorising or re-categorising modalising expressions initiate and complement a multi-perspectival enterprise that is intended to bring research in this area a step forward.

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