The Handbook of English Linguistics

Editors: Aarts, Bas and McMahon, April
Publication Year: 2008
Publisher: Blackwell Publishers

Single-User Purchase Price: $255.95
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ISBN: 978-1-4051-1382-3
Category: Language & Literature - Linguistics
Image Count: 68
Book Status: Available
Table of Contents

The Handbook of English Linguistics is a collection of articles written by leading specialists on all core areas of English linguistics that provides a state-of-the-art account of research in the field.

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Table of Contents

  • Notes on Contributors
  • 1 Introduction Bas Aarts and April McMahon
  • Part I Methodology
  • 2 Description and Theory Kersti Börjars
  • 3 English Corpus Linguistics Tony McEnery and Costas Gabrielatos
  • 4 English Grammar Writing Andrew Linn
  • 5 Data Collection Charles F. Meyer and Gerald Nelson
  • Part II Syntax
  • 6 English Word Classes and Phrases Bas Aarts and Liliane Haegeman
  • 7 Verbs and Their Satellites D. J. Allerton
  • 8 Clause Types Peter Collins
  • 9 Coordination and Subordination Rodney Huddleston and Geoffrey K. Pullum
  • 10 Tense in English Laura A. Michaelis
  • 11 Aspect and Aspectuality Robert I. Binnick
  • 12 Mood and Modality in English Ilse Depraetere and Susan Reed
  • 13 Information Structure Betty J. Birner and Gregory Ward
  • 14 Current Changes in English Syntax Christian Mair and Geoffrey Leech
  • 15 English Constructions Adele E. Goldberg and Devin Casenhiser
  • Part III Phonetics and Phonology
  • 16 English Phonetics Michael K. C. MacMahon
  • 17 English Phonology and Morphology Ricardo Bermúdez-Otero and April McMahon
  • 18 Prosodic Phonology Michael Hammond
  • 19 Intonation Francis Nolan
  • Part IV Lexis and Morphology
  • 20 English Words Donka Minkova and Robert Stockwell
  • 21 Compounds and Minor Word-formation Types Laurie Bauer
  • 22 English Inflection and Derivation James P. Blevins
  • 23 Productivity Ingo Plag
  • 24 Lexical Semantics Kate Kearns
  • 25 Lexicography Julie Coleman
  • Part V Variation, Discourse, Stylistics, and Usage
  • 26 Syntactic Variation in English: A Global Perspective Bernd Kortmann
  • 27 Phonological Variation: A Global Perspective Paul Foulkes
  • 28 Spoken and Written English Jim Miller
  • 29 The Grammar of Conversation Paulo Quaglio and Douglas Biber
  • 30 Gender and the English Language Deborah Cameron
  • 31 Language and Literature: Stylistics Peter Stockwell
  • 32 English Usage: Prescription and Description Pam Peters