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Title The Routledge handbook of Spanish morphology / edited by Antonio Fábregas, Víctor Acedo-Matellán, Grant Armstrong, María Cristina Cuervo and Isabel Pujol Payet
Published Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2021
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Series Routledge Spanish language handbooks
Contents The main units of Spanish morphology : roots, affixes, stems, words / Elena Felíu Arquiola -- Morphological formal means (I) : asymmetries between prefixes and suffixes / Antonio Fábregas -- Main morphological formal means (II) : approaches to parasynthesis / Jaume Mateu -- Main morphological formal means (III) : approaches to conversion / Salvador Valera -- Inflection, derivation and compounding : issues of delimitation / José-Luis Mendívil-Giró -- Morphological variation in the Spanish-speaking world / Enrique Pato & Elena Felíu Arquiola -- Synchronic vs. diachronic morphology : convergences and divergences / Ignacio Bosque -- The inflection of nouns : gender and number / José Camacho -- The basic inflectional structure of verbs (I) : aspect, tense, mood and agreement / Ramón Zacarías-Ponce de León -- The basic inflectional structure of verbs (II) : Conjugation classes and other paradigmatic properties of verbs / Bruno Camus Bergareche -- The basic inflectional structure of adjectives : degree and agreement / Alberto Pastor -- The main properties in the diachronic development of Spanish inflection / Antonio Fábregas and Isabel Pujol -- Derivation and category change (I) : nominalization / Gabriela Resnik -- Derivation and category change (II) : adjectivalization / Josefa Martín García -- Derivation and category change (III) : verbalization / Olga Batiukova -- Suffix evolution in derivation : Four cases from Latin to Spanish / Antonio Rifón -- Prefixation / Elisabeth Gibert-Sotelo -- The historical evolution of Spanish prefixes / Isabel Pujol Payet -- Appreciative morphology / Laura Kornfeld -- Main compounding types in Spanish : synchronic issues / Cristina Buenafuentes de la Mata -- The diachrony of Spanish compounding / María Irene Moyna -- Blending and truncation / Francesc Torres-Tamarit -- Spanish morphology and the architecture of grammar / Víctor Acedo-Matellán -- Allomorphy and suppletion / Grant Armstrong -- Phonotactics of Spanish morphology / Sonia Colina -- Stress in morphologically simple and complex Spanish words / Violeta Martínez-Paricio -- Interfixation / María Ohannesian -- Metonymy in Spanish word formation / Enrique Gutiérrez-Rubio -- Morphology and pragmatics / Mónica Cantero -- Semantic change in the history of Spanish word formation / Franz Rainer -- Argument structure, aspectual structure and morphological marking / Margot Vivanco -- Periphrases, idioms and other units / Begoña Sanromán Vilas -- The status of clitics / María Cristina Cuervo -- Participles and gerunds / Rafael Marín & Antonio Fábregas -- Grammaticalization / Carlota de Benito Moreno -- Morphology and L1 acquisition / Adriana Soto-Corominas -- Morphology and L2 acquisition / Silvia Perpiñán -- Morphology in Spanish heritage language grammars / Silvina Montrul -- Words vs. rules : issues of storage in Spanish / María del Carmen Horno-Chéliz and José Manuel Igoa -- Morphology and neurolinguistics of Spanish / Isabel Oltra-Massuet and Linnaea Stockall -- Morphology and language pathologies in Spanish / Vicenç Torrens -- Morphology and language teaching / Claudia H. Sánchez-Gutiérrez
Summary "The Routledge Handbook of Spanish Morphology presents a state-of-the-art, detailed and exhaustive overview of all aspects of Spanish morphology, paying equal attention to the empirical complexities of the morphological system and the theoretical issues that they raise. As such, this handbook is relevant both for those interested in the facts of Spanish morphology and those interested in general morphology that want to explore how the Spanish facts illuminate our understanding of human language and current theories of morphology. This volume is also unique in its extent and coverage. Written by an international team of leading experts in the field, it contains 42 chapters divided into four sections, covering all synchronic and diachronic aspects of Spanish morphology, including inflection, derivation, compounding and other processes of word formation, the interaction of morphology with other modules of grammar, and the role of morphology in language acquisition, psycholinguistics and language teaching"-- Provided by publisher
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Antonio Fb̀regas is Professor of Hispanic Linguistics at the University of Tromsø-Arctic University of Norway. Víctor Acedo-Matellǹ is Associate Professor of Portuguese and Spanish Linguistics at the University of Oxford (UK). Grant Armstrong is Associate Professor in the department of Spanish & Portuguese at the University of Wisconsin-Madison (USA). María Cristina Cuervo is Associate Professor of Linguistics and Spanish at the University of Toronto (Canada). Isabel Pujol Payet is Associate Professor Spanish Linguistics at the Universitat de Girona (Spain)
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Subject Spanish language -- Morphology
FOREIGN LANGUAGE STUDY -- Spanish.
LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES -- Journalism.
Spanish language -- Morphology.
Form Electronic book
Author Acedo-Matellán, Víctor, editor.
Armstrong, Grant, editor.
Cuervo, Maria Cristina, editor.
Fábregas, Antonio, editor.
Pujol, Isabel, editor.
LC no. 2020047521
ISBN 0429318197
1000371565
1000371603
9780429318191
9781000371567
9781000371604